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Clips Featuring: Sam Jay, Jenny Zigrino, Fancy Ray McCloney, Jimmy Shubert, Bobby Slayton
Grab your healing crystals, because we’re going on a spiritual journey. We’ll visit everything to Christianity to Islam to Hinduism to Christianity again. But all roads lead back to Judaism. And football.
Some people just can’t stay in one place. Jenny’s dad is one of those people. So is Ty Cobb, but that’s mostly because he was always avoiding people he had previously tried to kill.
It’s noon, so it’s time for some tequila and philosophy. Divorce sucks, modern sensibilities suck, and Dave Chappelle is good. That about covers the overarching themes.
Chicago’s still Chicago. We verified that today. The new tax bill is not the same as the old tax bill, and everyone is very upset about that even though nobody seems to know exactly what’s happening.
What do you do when your left foot isn’t better than the right one? You get it cut off. It sucks, but it’s not the worst thing in the world with the right attitude.
Tom and Fancy Ray have exactly one thing in common: they both got out of North Minneapolis. It’s hard to fix it from the inside or the outside, so it’s time for some ideas. Many of them involve electrifying your electrons.
There are two well known methods for immortality: being frozen, and being mummified. The second one might not technically count as immortality, but it’s close enough for Nik. It’s also definitely preferable to what happened to most musicians in the 70s.
Here at the Tom Barnard Show we’re amicable toward vegetarians. Except Tom. Who we’re not amicable toward is vegans. Well, Alex isn’t, anyway. No news on Jocko’s stance on veganism, but today we learn his stance on Woodstock, having been there.
Do you like Star Wars? Most likely, and you most likely you like the ones that came out when you were a kid. You also most likely have had issues with clothing sizes at some point in the past. Perhaps one day they’ll make sense.