Mad at Dad – March 27, 2017: Landlord Attacks the Metal Guru!

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Sixty-first time is the charm! You can listen to the audio below, subscribe to the podcast feed , subscribe and rate in iTunes.

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In this episode of Mad at Dad, we start out with some T. Rex; your boys made money from YetiKnockoffs.com; Butler reads a story of a shark encounter with a kayaker in the Bay Area; Butler and his bros did some New York state Dan Baird tourism; Chuck Berry led to a lot of hits in the Death Pool; Slusher raises money for the American Heart Association; tales of theft and embezzlement; Butler was in a hostage situation with the rock podcasters; Slusher loved Horace and Pete; Ethyl is in baseball again; Butler shaves with 3/$1 razors; Butler got the CD of Bash and Pop; your boys start to geek out on T. Rex; to be continued new week?

 

 

 

Mad at Dad – Episode for October 3, 2016

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Forty-fourth time is the charm! You can listen to the audio below, subscribe to the podcast feed , subscribe and rate in iTunes.

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On the forty-fourth episode of Mad at Dad we start it out with Steel Panther covering Cheap Trick; Slusher was interviewed by Todd Cochrane for Podcast Legends and has a hurricane bearing down on him; Butler visited his daughter in Washington State; he drank many samples at Growler Guys; Butler enjoyed Lost Rockers; Butler drank wine and ate Japanese food; Slusher wants Butler to found a baseball streaming company; Butler talks camo Yeti knockoffs; Slusher had a two birthday party Saturday; Don gets scammed and Butler lays out his mayoral platform; Ken Kennedy innovates in the Yeti knockoff world; Slusher 3-D prints a batarang; Wayne Prndl has a death pool hit with Oscar Brand; we go out with a solo Robin Zander track.