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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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Nov 29, 2018

We are nearing the end of our mustache growing, but not before a few lessons were learned.  It turns out that there is motivator far greater than charity, and we witness its power first hand.  A DELI 4 months in the making is revealed, and the consequences of getting rear ended may not be fully realized for a few more...


Nov 22, 2018

It is that time of year that we stop to give thanks for the past year's bounty, and this week have plenty of to be thankful for.  The mustaches are coming in nicely, good news is overheard in the most random of places, the flu shots seem to be working on some level, and we get to spend some quality time with family and...


Nov 15, 2018

This week we visit the Midnight Brewery to compare mustaches, and are visited by our friend the Human Abacus.  We are reminded that Disney is one of the greatest places on earth (for most), and that a porto potty is often one of the worst places on earth (for most).  


Nov 8, 2018

Gingerbread stout is here, and we take a look back 3 years in the making.  Our mustaches are not quite here yet, but they have us looking forward to the glory that is soon to be.  We are joined by this year's president of M4K Richmond to learn more about the reason for the season, and are reminded to mind what...


Nov 1, 2018

Reality TV has not gotten any better, but far too many of us are still watching.  Apparently underwear has gotten a lot better, but most of us are still rocking the old stuff.  Better glasses are almost always an upgrade, but if you don't remove the film on the lenses you will never see what is right in front of you. ...