Episode 178!

We have our friend Phillip Andrew Bennett Low back this week because he’s awesome and so are we. Seriously had a lot of fun this episode.

7 Responses to Episode 178!

  1. Shawn Pitre says:

    Torn Frenulum is my Limp Bizkit coverband.

  2. Shawn Pitre says:

    Thrusting into areas.

  3. Shawn Pitre says:

    Aparently Salsa made a Mask of Zorro Reference. Per P.A.B.Lo . Immortalized, now it’s on the internet.

  4. Shawn Pitre says:

    1:24 moment of Salsa – A very sultry Squishy

  5. Shawn Pitre says:

    Almost forgot!

    Pablo…What are This?

    (This reminded me – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lvls4oOmk0k&list=PL5AB4B8F2A335A9F7&index=6 )

  6. OK, I just want to share this, and no disrespect intended to those mentioned. In your going away from Switzerland party you mentioned the big old beer steins. This happened about 20 years ago. We were driving south on highway 100 and my passenger mentioned that we should eat something before we reached our destination. I do not remember where we were heading. We pulled off of 100 just before 494, and headed for the Fridays next to the Radisson. It was shortly before 4 PM, and the place was nearly empty. The hostess seated us in a completely empty section away from everyone else which was weird. Before we even got our drinks, my friend interrupts our conversation with a ‘you have to check out the table behind you’. I look and it is a table of four little people. Not too much later the hostess passes me with another group that is all little people except one. In the next 20 or so minutes our entire section fills up with the population being over 90% little people. I got to see my first black little person, Asian little person and my first Middle Eastern little person (complete with Muslim head garb). It was just surreal.
    Now at this time Friday’s offered the large stein of beer, the big heavy glass one that held 3-4 bottles worth and had the really thick false bottom. I got to see an older German little person drinking a beer that was taller than his torso. If they had had picture phones then, I would have asked him to pose standing next to what was for him a waist high beer.
    There was a little people convention in the Radisson that year. I didn’t know that they had those. It was just an odd afternoon, and we never learned why were seated with all the little people.