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Ridiculous Dialogue Podcast: Episode 19

By The ITS Crew

Ridiculous Dialogue Podcast Episode 19

Episode 19

Don’t let the title fool you, there’s only a small amount of politics in Episode 19 of Ridiculous Dialogue. Somehow we even found a way to laugh about it. Kelly was discussing some local gas drilling and of course our minds went into the gutter when fracking came up.

We also talked about Asian candy, amazing Sushi and terrible fast food. Bryan also continued discussing his beer brewing adventures. We also migrated to toys and games from our youth, some adventures from SHOT Show, favorite hot sauces and snorting Pixie Stix in our youth.

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Discussion

  • Jacob Farley

    The drink Kelly was talking about with dark rum and ginger ale is called A Dark And Stormy.

    Also, being from Michigan, it’s weird hearing people talking about any variety of ginger ale that isn’t Vernors.  Can you guys even buy Vernors down there?

    • Jacob Farley Thanks, that certainly sounds familiar. To the best of my knowledge, Vernors isn’t available here in TX. We appreciate the comment, thanks for listening!

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