We actually did a lot today and that even surprised me. New music, cheese, baseball, and more. Let's do the stuff!
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Pat plays new music from A New Nowhere (4:12), then rambles on empty malls (8:59), cheeses for breakfast (21:45), papering tickets (30:04), showing your age (43:08), MLB happenings (55:51), and more.
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A New Nowhere
Many thanks to our friends for the new tune! I know they released one in 2020 but I missed it - my bad. Get it here and tell them I sent you!
I enjoyed both ornament premiere and getting bourbon chicken. But man, the mall being so empty was upsetting. It's especially concerning when that mall has apartments coming in the next year or two. Are those people going to live next to an abandoned building when it's all said and done?
Cheese for breakfast
I love cheese. But can we make a more flavorful choice the default for breakfast? And how about making mozzarella a choice for hoagies? Can we call Congress about this one or no?
I did not finish writing the Sound of Freedom piece I was working on, but I'll say again: there is no conspiracy against the movie. |Companies have been papering tickets for decades. It's just a thing that happens. You will be fine.
Show us your age
I conflated the prompt with a kinda different thing, but I think we made it work. So I turn to you: Show how old you are without saying how old you are. What relics from the past can we reminisce about together?
If the Phillies trade for either Cody Bellinger or a starting pitcher, I will be happy with their deadline. But they can't just stand pat here. The pipe dream is Ohtani, but they'd probably have to part with a top prospect (or several) and someone like Bryson Stott. I don't think management will do that. I hope your favorite team does good things for your fandom!
And that is that, my friends! Thanks for doing the thing on this long episode. Next week we should have an exclusive tune so come on back for that and other things. Until then, don't do anything I wouldn't do!
Crap open a cold one!
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