Rick and Cheri try to move on from sex euphemisms. Cheri prepares to celebrate sanitation workers. Rick has a rant about “titties.” We sample the sweet world of South Korean snacks. Our Live Beer Review is Young’s Double Chocolate Stout.
It’s Pride month and we discuss how a straight, white dude might choose to celebrate. Rick can’t remember how to make popcorn. Cheri wants to discuss her “internal exploratories.” Rick discovers some shocking developments in his gallery. This week’s Live Beer Review is St. Peter’s Old Style Porter by St. Peter’s Brewery.
Rick has examined the recently released UFO videos and has some issues. Cheri doesn’t think driving to Alaska is a good idea. Rick wonders what our listeners have been forced to quit even though they wish they could still do? Cheri and Rick ponder their life regrets. Our Live Beer Review is UFO White American Style White Ale by UFO Beer Company.
We get a little crazy on this episode, things are said, regrets are set in motion. And then we eat snacks! Snacks make everything better! These snacks are from Turkey, so it’s almost like Thanksgiving! Our Live Beer Review is Devil’s Backbone by Real Ale Brewing Company.
Rick’s new dog has behavioral issues. Cheri goes on a juice fast while Rick gets poked with multiple needles. A discussion about YouTube categories and favorite lunch meats follows, of course. Our Live Beer Review is ZiegenBock Amber by Karbach Brewing.
What’s the deal with all these music artists selling their music rights? We investigate. Cheri and Rick sample snacks from Spain and discover some tasty and some downright vile munchies. Our Live Beer Review this week is Blind Pirate Blood Orange IPA by Monday Night Brewing. Thanks for listening everyone! Subscribe to the podcast and listen to a new episode every Monday!
Cheri and Rick discuss a great place in ATL to have breakfast. Also, this week Rick said goodbye to his ol’ dog Buddha which got him thinking about euthanasia. Should humans also be allowed to the option? Our Live Beer Review is Piano Keys by Ale Sharpton and New Belgium Brewing.