This Monday morning recording of Ridiculous Dialogue was short, but filled with funny as we discussed our new podcast digs. The crew lamented family dinners and the woes of the Cheesecake Factory.
Finally this week, we described some grocery store problems and why Jason owes someone a new hand towel.
We take our product quality control seriously here at ITS and occasionally, some small cosmetic issues cause products not to make the cut for sale. Behind the scenes, we joke that “Blue Bear” is the anthropomorphic spirit of these blemished products.
Occasionally, we’ll offer some of these “Blue Bear” products for sale as Factory Seconds. They’re always functional, but have small cosmetic issues that caused them not to pass our QC. (It’s possible you may not even notice what caused it not to pass.)
We promised and now we’re delivering another round of questions this week on Gear Tasting Radio. We answer everything from foot care in the field to getting the family involved in Bug Out Bag preparation.
Finally, we tackle a question involving preparing a bag for extreme long distance travel and survival.
It seems like everyone has a plan for surviving an apocalypse, but as you’ll hear on this episode of Ridiculous Dialogue, some are more simple than others. This week the crew also discussed the difference between comic books and graphic novels, as well as taking too many pictures.
Finally, Rob tells a cautionary tale of why you always want to keep a little solid food in your diet.
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