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Inside the Pallet House

Inside the Pallet House gives you a peak into the life and times of the crew that laughs, fights, brainstorms, and drinks in the Pallet House. With a rotating cast of characters who stop by the Pallet House you never know where the conversation is going to go, and who may be on the mic. Stop by and hang out every week. Cheers
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Aug 11, 2016

Few things are more precious in a crowded bar then the little bit of real estate you have staked your claim to.  The battles for these little corners of the world are often won and lost with subtle shifts on the bar stool, and with tactical elbow placements, even when fought between world class athletes.  Ely continues to make time to hang with local law enforcement anytime he gets near water.  An early morning mission that would make Harold and Kumar proud unfolds in NJ, and we learn about what may be the world's worst shot. Sláinte

Aug 4, 2016

Sometimes you have to take a look back to understand what is happening in front of you.  From the opening note of this episode it seemed that a look back was inevitable.  An Easter massacre is revisited two years later, and with similar results.  A financial windfall leads to some bad decisions, and we are reminded of another who parlayed his hard earned money into hard time.  Yet another scam is derailed by greed, and we can't help but think that this one might have just worked if they had learned to play it cool.  

 

Jul 28, 2016

Things can look very different depending on your perspective.  For instance sitting on a couch in your yard provides a great view, but it looks pretty trashy to your neighbors.  Fondue is loved by those who have 5 hours to kill, and despised by a person who is hungry now.  Amazon is the perfect way to buy a gift, and their notifications are the easiest way to ruin the surprise.  A missing tooth on a child can be adorable, but a missing tooth because you were having a good time is not.  Tara Reid...well you get the idea.

 

Jul 21, 2016

The boat season window is a small one, but if you know where to go that small window can yield some amazing results.  We hit the PPP festival to see what this party is all about, and I am not sure if the police were crashing our party, or if we crashed theirs.  A first date is ruined, and a first tubing trip is as well, but for very different reasons.  The face of sports continues to change, and ESPN is trying to find their way in this new world.  Let the "fighting" begin...or whatever it is.

Jul 14, 2016

In this episode we start 155 years in the past, and somehow end up in the future.  From the beginning we are reminded of what is really important, and along the way we are introduced to class of person who simply steals their valor.  A Richmond rapper has officially arrived, and it isn't just his wit that people are talking about.  This summer has had its fair share of snakes, and they have managed to show their faces yet again this week.  One of the greatest players of all time (we aren't talking about his baseball career) has finally stopped playing the game, while another game's characters have pulled out of their retirement and stormed back with digital vengeance.  Let the augmented reality begin.  

Jul 7, 2016

Great news everybody we have done some in depth research, and Brexit has had no negative effect on the economy.  We meet a guy who is so fired up about his own independence that he puts together some choice words for the only people in a position to take his.  Like magic freedom can be removed, and in other instances magic (when performed poorly) can cause you to have to have something removed.  Speaking of illusions do you ever feel your phone ringing even when it is not...what about now?  One last word to the wise, when you are trying to impress your boss be really careful about who you take to lunch with them.

 

 

Jun 30, 2016

The Richmond skyline has made quite an appearance this week, and in the process it has saved an arm from awkward stares.  The days are getting longer as we head into summer, which is good because this means Troy can take three road trips in a day and still make it to the lake before the sun goes down.  There is another little creature that is enjoying lakes this year as well, and the only way to avoid it is to stay in the boat.  Without meaning to we learn more than we ever wanted to about purple drank, and we try another drink that is full of lies conjured up by a marketing team.  We also get a visit from a new/old friend that we hope to hear more from in the upcoming weeks.  Enjoy your Fourth of July and keep the difficult decisions to whether you should get your ride from Lyft or Uber.

 

Jun 23, 2016

Firefly Music Festival has come and gone, and about half of the memories still remain.  A mustache feels the beat, and shows off its sweet moves.  We review some of the different camping options at the festival, and get an upgrade on hammock accessories.  The Yeti makes another appearance after finally proving its mettle, but the competition never rests.  Why is it that the half way point of a vacation is almost as sad as the actual end?  Cleveland finally steps up to the plate, and Lebron delivers on a promise that has been long overdue.  We learn the trick to buying a women drinks, and it is probably not what you think.  

Jun 16, 2016

This week we find out that an old "friend" is still up to his same tricks; keep an eye your phone because he may be calling you next.  We discover a product that sums up what is great about Capitalism, and another that seems to keep on going despite not being that great of a deal.  A new shoe has dropped, and the golden era of orthopedic footwear may just be upon us.  Have you ever thought you have had too much to drink to be driving...we meet a guy who that never occurred to.  A false alarm has one of us placed on lockdown, but in this day and age you can never be too cautious.  It may be safe to go back in the water, but be careful on the beach.

Jun 8, 2016

When it comes to jewelry Mr. T's signature necklace is always in style, but bracelets seem to be hit or miss.  We discover a very old brewery that has found an interesting way to modernize without sacrificing its past, and another beer that appears to be in the wrong industry all together.  An odd talent pops up into the  conversation, and gets us a bit sidetracked.  The world lost one of the greatest boxers of all time, but the legacy he leaves behind is a bit more complicated than his record in the ring.  We also learn that the person who finds you after you pass matters more than you might think to the legacy that you yourself will leave behind.  Another conspiracy theory finds its way to the show, but this one comes from one of the smartest people on earth...and from a movie from the 90's.

Jun 2, 2016

This week we are joined by Terrence O'Neill of Penny Lane Pub, and we are reminded why so many people regard it as the most authentic British pub in Virginia.  Over some Half and Halfs we learn a little about the history of the pub, and what makes it home away from home for many.  A lesson in soccer is learned during our time, and a pitch is made to bring the uninitiated into the Liverpool camp, but we are still keeping our options open for now.  We learn of a mess created by some sheep that may have been avoided if they just knew how to use a lighter.  A caption contest is won, while for one of us it felt like a loss, and a new conspiracy theory is born...are you listening Google, we are talking to you.

 

May 25, 2016

The invites have all been sent, and it appears that only some of us were invited to the party.  We learn that when it comes to lemon and spaghetti parties it is rarely about the food.  One NFL team has placed their bets on the fact that in their stadium it has a lot to do with food, though we don't all agree on if it will matter in the end.  We try to get to the bottom of the great cooler debate between Yeti and Rtic, and after all of the facts are weighed we are reminded how fickle preferences can be.  We had a big week in the political obituary world, but in the end they just led to more plain vanilla funerals.  

May 18, 2016

It has been raining for weeks, but we are still under the belief that Summer is just around the corner so cutting Winter weight and working out is in order.  It may be time to find something to do with some extra hair as well, but we learn that all hair is not created equal.  A new tattoo is revealed, and along with it some pros and cons.  Sometimes when you try to abstain from vices you end up creating more harm than good.  It looks like PastiDip is about to make its rounds again so hide anything you don't want to see blacked out, and don't forget to get your rings blessed.  Happy Trails!

 

May 11, 2016

Sometimes you want to hear a good country song, and Wheeler Walker Jr. is doing his part to give us a few.  A year ago an expensive but basic investment was made, and it appears that it was indeed a good value.  We find out Granny was keeping a secret all these years, and we wish she could lend some pointers on how to get rid of horny woodpeckers.  For those afraid of commitment we may have found a great option to try their hand at farming.  History is apparently a story best told while on two wheels, but some stories heard on the couch are even more anticipated.

May 4, 2016

Sometimes even when you have a great hand your three of a kind can still be beat with a single Deuce...the legend is back.  A friend finally speaks the truth, and it only took just over a year for us to hear about it.  We may have found a missed connection that actually worked, and to think people say speaking your anonymous feelings into a keyboard late at night while crying over a drink doesn't help you find true love.  The local chicken battle is heating up; while Starbucks may be paying the price for their stupid customers.  Catching a fish with a drone is proven to be a really good idea, while a potentially really bad idea is helping other fish catch something else entirely.  I don't think I would go back in the water just yet.

 

Apr 29, 2016

This week we say Congratulations to Taylor Carson on the release of his latest album, Go Amaze.  We wonder if The Karate Kid was really a victim, or if he was a punk just picking on another misunderstood kid made to look bad in typical 80's movie fashion.  It turns out you really can mix a tiger and a lion, but nothing about what can be done in Myrtle Beach should come as a shock anymore.  We learn that true wealth is built on a solid foundation of gold...gold chains that is.  Too often what is found on Facebook is treated as fact, but sometimes a good old fashioned letter and a notary is the fastest way to the truth.  Our Production team is pushed to the limit, and if you take a drink each time you notice a production glitch, you just might have a good time.

Apr 20, 2016

The guys are back from the coldest Buffett show of all time, but it wasn't the temperature that almost killed them.  Brian's theory on drones and planes is proven to be true.  We find a way to cash in on all of the creams and oils for sale on Facebook, and if you hit us up now you can still get in on the ground floor.  We find a different kind of Missed Connection, and learn how to sell a motorcycle.  Devil's Backbone has "sold out" and we couldn't be more excited for them.  #America

 

 

 

 

Apr 13, 2016

We are back for year two, but the stink from the one year after party lives on...thanks Shamrock.  A new baseball season is upon us, but even through the lens of an HD internet connection the Cub's curse looks a lot like the old one.  Jimmy Buffett is coming to town, and as we look ahead to the show we remember some classic tailgate stories from the past.  The police have found a new way to use their drones, and it seems a lot like the way that most 13 year old's would use their drones too.  Speaking of drones the FAA has been very concerned about them as of late, but it is another frozen threat that seems to be finding its way to the front of those engines.  When it comes to dieting not all methods are created equal, but if you can find a little helper things sure do get easier.  Tesla may have just changed the game in the auto world, but at what cost.  May we have this dance?

Apr 13, 2016

We are back for year two, but the stink from the one year after party lives on...thanks Shamrock.  A new baseball season is upon us, but even through the lens of an HD internet connection the Cub's curse looks a lot like the old one.  Jimmy Buffett is coming to town, and as we look ahead to the show we remember some classic tailgate stories from the past.  The police have found a new way to use their drones, and it seems a lot like the way that most 13 year old's would use their drones too.  Speaking of drones the FAA has been very concerned about them as of late, but it is another frozen threat that seems to be finding its way to the front of those engines.  When it comes to dieting not all methods are created equal, but if you can find a little helper things sure do get easier.  Tesla may have just changed the game in the auto world, but at what cost.  May we have this dance?

Apr 13, 2016

We are back for year two, but the stink from the one year after party lives on...thanks Shamrock.  A new baseball season is upon us, but even through the lens of an HD internet connection the Cub's curse looks a lot like the old one.  Jimmy Buffett is coming to town, and as we look ahead to the show we remember some classic tailgate stories from the past.  The police have found a new way to use their drones, and it seems a lot like the way that most 13 year old's would use their drones too.  Speaking of drones the FAA has been very concerned about them as of late, but it is another frozen threat that seems to be finding its way to the front of those engines.  When it comes to dieting not all methods are created equal, but if you can find a little helper things sure do get easier.  Tesla may have just changed the game in the auto world, but at what cost.  May we have this dance?

Apr 6, 2016

We have made it through our first year of doing the podcast, and like big nerds we threw ourselves a party.  We are joined by a lot of friends who have helped us make the show over the past year and revisit some of our favorite stories, while also finding time for brand new ones as well.  Once again the topic of burritos popped up, and it appears that everybody has an opinion (most of them correct).  We get an update on the tinder swipe paintjob, and our faith in the system takes yet another blow.  A new mystery rears it ugly head, and despite circumstantial evidence galore the good fight is fought to clear ones name.  Pat is Back, and most of us are excited about it.  We also remember that life is fragile, and that this past year had some truly blessed moments.

Thanks to all for a great year!

#TK-421

 

Mar 30, 2016

The Tribe as well as the rest of us have lost one of the greats in Phife Dawg, yet somehow we are made to believe that Indiana Jones has not lost a step in his advanced age.  We are watching the steady march of commercialism invade yet another holiday, and I doubt we can do much to stop it.  We may have found a way to break kids of a jelly bean addiction though.  Artificial Intelligence has taken another step forward, but once it really started to become human it immediately took multiple steps back.  Our favorite ride sharing service may have found the key to making us fatter than ever.

 

Mar 23, 2016

This week we are visited by Brad from RVA Mag and GayRVA, and the gauntlet about whether pegged pants are coming back has been thrown down.  We celebrate one of the greatest Missed Connections of all time; if you listen carefully you can still hear the name Rikki in the wind.  Bike weather is fast approaching, and off colors seem to be selling well.  Toots has settled out of court, and we notice he still isn't on the list of Summer concerts we are looking forward to.  We learn that all fishing holes are not created equal, and neither are signature drinks.

 

Mar 16, 2016

It is a week filled with celebrations, from a 70th birthday to a drink fest in the name of a Patron Saint.  The TSA did their part to hold up the birthday party, but in the end a little chicken $hit won't keep you off a plane.  A Saint Patrick's party reminds us that just because a car can go on a road does not mean that it should.  In an attempt to keep up with the Jones' sometimes one must build a moat.  In the world of extreme sports the Iditarod has always been full of peril, but a new enemy has risen from the Tundra.  And we learn that Listeria can find a new home pretty quickly, but it may not really feel at home for a couple of months.

Mar 9, 2016

We meet two hero's who followed the rule of Big O and Vitamin D; only to be rewarded with a pink slip.  Jason has an emergency of his own, and it may have cost him his Chinese food.  The "Just Say No" generation remembers Nancy Reagan, while the just say yes crowd may have found their new sunglasses (if that is you please use coupon code "ITPH" when you order them).  A chicken and a pig get together at a local Hooters with unexpected results.  When it is all said and done it is washed down with a Nitro IPA.  Cheers

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