We discover the trick to accessing all of your minds potential for a solid 30 minutes. The third member of the Stat Nerds brings us some Walmart Trivia, as well as a look back into what Back To The Future got right. Too bad we couldn't access the Delorean to help us decide if Muhammad Ali was the greatest of all time, but I think we can all agree he was the first to talk like the future champs.
The UCI Road World Championship rides through VA, and we share some of our experiences. Volkswagen has rolled out the worlds greatest diesel engine...oh wait never mind it is a technical marvel, but not the one we were sold. And September is here so around the country the way too early march to the holidays has begun.
The NFL season is here, and the guys pre-game for week one at the Pallet House. Daily fantasy leagues have taken over the airwaves, and we wonder how this little slice of gambling has found acceptance in the US when all other forms of are still illegal. Mayweather has declared his retirement, and the same story told by another is greeted with a very different reception. The UCI World Championship Bike Race is coming to town, and we discuss the reality of what an event like this brings to town. Game On.
Musician Taylor Carson joins us in the PalletHouse to talk Music, Food, and Documentaries. Brendan tries to finish the coveted Bang Bang, but if he played within the rules is questioned. We talk about the music industry on the whole, but we still can't lock down the release date of Taylor's latest album.
Numbers seem to be a running theme as we try and find the perfect burger, and understand the value of a growler. Lumber Liquidators gets in on the math madness by changing prices whenever they feel like it.
A Friday drinking show with a packed house brings out the most French episode to date. French Pop music is discovered in the mountains of VA, and Brendan is back from his trip to New Orleans. Scams abound in New Orleans, we meet the one and only Dan Dan the Shoeshine Man, and we learn that horses with blinders always hit their mark. We have a beer taste off, and Bell's Oberon Ale rises to the top to claim victory.
Laissez le bon temps rouler
The team gets a soundboard, and it is put to good use. A couple new voices join the show, and weigh in on the homeless, Cosby, and Craigslist among other things. Nick finds out that he lives next to Frank the Tank.
The guys try "Not Your Father's Root Beer", and the memories of Zima come flooding back. Lions are being shot, Bigfoot rears his head again on the East Coast, and politics at the table is still never a good idea.
Drones are getting shot out of the sky, Donald Trump is making a bid for the Presidency, and Tom Brady is cheater. What is the world coming to. We also learn that not all dollars are created equal.
Kepler 452-B has been discovered, and the potential for human life outside of Earth has never been more real. Jason from Fully Charged Lawn and Brick's and Board's joins the guys to discuss life outside of this planet, and the pervert that is Bigfoot. The eternal question of what's for dinner remains unsolved.
The guys reminisce about about beaches past as Summer hits its stride. Troy has to flex his management muscle so he can work more hours that he doesn't need.
Inside the Pallet House travels to Folly Beach, SC to do an on location episode from Chico Feo "The Shadiest PLace in Folly" to talk with Sean from Nectar Sunglasses, and Nate and Mark from the band Deadwin.
As the Fourth of July approaches the guys talk Freedom, and even Sullivan Ballou makes an appearance.
We had a full house for a Thursday show that went from absurd to serious...well as serious as a conversation that starts with color changing condoms can get
Father's Day Episode
My Dad returns from a 16 day trip to Europe, and has a couple stories to share. What starts as an intelligent conversation eventually goes the way of most Pallet House conversations...
It is Music Festival Season, and we are missing the shows, but we have stories about the ghosts of festivals past. Troy spends a weekend eating chips with no AC or power.
Pat, Troy, and Brendan recap a long week. Traffic woes, a less than stellar review of Philly, Foosball on Absinthe, and has anybody noticed that the Burger King only picks winners?
The story of the Jimador and how it came to be. Troy and Brendan catch up on a Friday night to recap the week.
Heading into Memorial Day Weekend the guys realize they are no good at gift giving.
Musician Taylor Carson joins us in the Pallet House to talk about his career, and some less than important topics.
Troy and Brendan are joined by Brendan's Dad to catch up on a week full of cruises, concerts, and a wedding unlike any other
Brendan, Troy, Pat, and Sean from Nectar Sunglasses sit down to kick a keg..
The fight of the Century (of the week) popped off on Saturday night, and I think we all felt like we had been in it the next day. Work hard play hard, and remember that craft beers are always stronger than you think.
Out at Carneyland doing some camping when the rain hits. May as well have a couple more beers and do a podcast.