On the forty-second episode of Mad at Dad Butler is having a bad day and demonstrates it with a glitch that loses part of the show; Nazareth kicks it off; Butler has a new Yeti Knockoff koozie; we do not get to hear the story about John and the hookers, it is lost to history; Butler gets a copy of Lost Rockers; the boys reminisce about Night Flight; the boys do a track by track of the new Meat Loaf album Braver Than We Are; we close with a song from the far superior album Hang Cool Teddy Bear.
On the forty-first episode of Mad at Dad your boys reconvene after the holiday break; we open with a song from The Jags; Butler opens mail from Tim Harrigian and the boys wish him well; YetiKnockoffs.com is up and running; Butler had crawfish boil round two; kitchens are upstairs in the Outer Sunset; Slusher went to Dragon*Con where he spent time with Amy Bowen and spooned with Kreg Steppe; Slusher had many shenanigans; Butler saw naked dudes in the woods; Meat Loaf sounds bad on this new album and we are worried about him; Butler bagged a few dove and had a game bird cook out; both of the boys forgot their 12 year podcasting anniversaries; Butler was interviewed by Todd Cochrane; Slusher loves Steve Gillmor; we try to play new Meat Loaf and bail because it makes us sad.
Album art photo by Kyle Nishioka
On the thirty-second episode of Mad at Dad, Slusher celebrates the College World Series win by the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers; Butler has fiber to his house and cooks for Cuchine on their last day open in SF; Butler tests his mayoral platform and forages for sea food; Slusher ate a hipster dreadlock burger at the Metroplex in the 1980s; the boys talk more about Meat Loaf and Ellen Foley; the Dog Days of Podcasting is coming up; Butler is planning the Heavy Metal and Hard Rock Hall of Fame; the boys talk Death Pool and Johnny Rotten’s new audiobook; Slusher had a hard day at work; the show is bookended by Foghat.
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