Cheri and Rick celebrate Independence Day with some gin cocktails and, I guess everyone can tell. Cheri make a guest appearance on the Earth Station Who Podcast #219. Tune in and give it a listen! Cheri has new dreams that she needs Rick to interpret. Rick realizes in the middle of the show that it is 10 years to the day that Rick and Cheri first met. Cheri is obsessed with Harry Potter Wizards Unite game. Our Live Beer Review is Scofflaw Brewing Company’s FXXX Pollen.
Rick and Cheri take the show on the road to Atlanta’s Grind House Killer Burgers where they encounter steamy temperatures, hungry dogs and loud motors and Rick wonders if loud motors are a compensation for genital size. We read listener mail and ponder alternative representation to our viewpoints. Cheri makes a monumental screw up at work which could cost her her job. Is she still employed? Rick examines how much responsibility people should take for hurting other people’s feelings. Especially ugly, crybaby people (See what I did there?) We don’t have a Live Beer Review this week, however, we do review our delicious Boozy Shakes and it’s Booty Shake vs. Cinnamon Toast Krunk.
Happy new week everyone! This week’s show is a very important episode but also comes with a warning. Of all of our NSFW shows, this is one of the NSFWiest so please keep that in mind. Rick has a HUGE revelation that leads the discussion down one gigantic rabbit hole. Cheri and Rick discuss and explore some issues dealing with the trans community in their typical irreverent ways, yet still somehow do so with respect. Go figure. We’d love to have your feedback on how they handled it all. The Live Beer Review is PranQster by North Coast Brewing.
This week we chat with Instagram personality “SomeAsianDude,” also known as Khanh. We discuss how he started his profile, how he got followers and what it means to be an social media celebrity. Khanh gives tips for growing a social media presence and how to deal with positive and negative followers. Our Live Beer Review is Southern Tier Brewing’s “Samoa This.”