Where else would it start?
We're taking the CrapTastiCast old school this week! With the Barrister out of town, the original three idiots of the Deeg (all hungover) gathered with the returning Megsie to scarf down some brunch, drink more beers, and record an instant classic of a podcast.
The wealth of topics discussed is too long to list here, so you'll have to listen for yourself to hear everything, but in order to wet your appetite I can tell you that following came up at one time or another: The impending zombie apocalypse and the Yachtman's plan for survival, the Stanley Cup finals, weird South African techno bands, vajazzling, Johan Santana's no-hitter, the brilliance of Seinfeld, the Barrister's absence and love of bow-ties, and yet another intense argument about Lebron James. This is only the tip of the iceberg, so take a listen.
We also play another round of our yet-unnamed sports trivia game, that actually came down to the final category before a new champion was crowned. Musical interludes include Aventura, Die Antwoord, Genesis, and some fine solo work from Philly Collins. Download from Libsyn right here
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Our New Theme Song!!
The Apologist and The Barrister (feat. Megsie & the Yachtsman)
Well folks, we've never claimed to be timely in our posting of audio opinion material here at the Deeg, and this is no different. If you want timeliness of our opinions, start paying us money and we'll get right on that.
Monday night (yes, the Monday night that is nearly a week ago at this point), fresh off my week in Boston for another Bar Exam (Bad Decision #1), I was eager to convince Apologist to join be in a Sabres-Jets rendezbooze at Kelly's Sports Bar of Lower East Side fame (Bad Decision #2). Ever willing to please (aHEM!), Aps got his shift covered at work and we were a go for another night of hockey-related bad decision-making. Along for the ride was Yachter who, while typically unwilling to risk exposure to all sorts of bacteria and viruses at Kelly's, was suddenly down to cheer our Sabres on to that 8th place spot in the East (Bad Decision #3).