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Inside the Pallet House

In a time when Sports and Politics dominate the airwaves it has become evident that we need a podcast that focuses on the the never ending fight to solve our First World Problems. Inside the Pallet House gives you a look inside the lives of your hosts, and guests that join them to rate beers and bring their collective experiences together to conquer the problems that face us all.  Recorded every week in Richmond, VA, and listened to around the world.

 

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Oct 20, 2016

It is listener appreciation night as two long time listeners join us on the show.  This week we find out that there is a yet another way to ingest nicotine coming down down the pike, and it is still early enough to tell us it is safe.  Synthetic versions of natural substances have been getting a lot of press lately and...


Oct 13, 2016

This week we have found where disgraced athletes can still reign supreme despite the fact that the Hall of Fame will never call.  An old sports conspiracy theory is revisited, and the more we hear it the more it is starting to just make sense.  The phrase locker-room talk has found its way back into lexicon of...


Oct 6, 2016

Technology continues to change the world we live in for better or worse.  Laser technology while not entirely new is being used in places that would seem off limits, but with really youthful results.  Finger guns are probably the lowest form of weaponry tech, but can still cause quite a bit of trouble in some...


Sep 29, 2016

We travel to Myrtle Beach for a few days of golf and drinking, and for the first time in a while we don't have any retail injuries that we have to nurse.  Aggressive driving and road rage are nothing new, but the variety of items thrown from the window of a moving car can vary wildly.  Liquids are never a safe a bet...


Sep 22, 2016

An early Sunday morning provides the backdrop for this week's show.  Farm Aid has come and gone, but it has done its part to raise money for farmers while giving real and fake farmers alike a chance to hear some great bands.  While in the company of real farmers one must be careful not to use the "R" word, even...