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Episode 0008: Sunday, Sunday, Sunday

This week we’re answering a couple of listener questions, including defining the overlapping region of men we both find attractive on the Venn diagram of our respective types. I rail against the Denver Broncos of 30 years ago, Chuck runs down the list of his five hottest Super Bowl players, we talk about a couple of favorite moments from the game, and then we dive into the cock tales proper: Chuck’s run in with a defensive lineman and my surprisingly public encounter with a basketball player back in the day. This week’s music is All the World, featuring Snowflake, by Levihica, with full attribution below. Now someone please tell me all sports are on indefinite hiatus forever.

Music: All of the World feat. Snowflake by Levihica (c) 2014 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/Levihica/47840 Ft: snowflake

Episode Cover Photo by Joshua Smith: http://bit.ly/1SPUXzF

This week we’re answering a couple of listener questions, including defining the overlapping region of men we both find attractive on the Venn diagram of our respective types. I rail against the Denver Broncos of 30 years ago, Chuck runs down the list of his five hottest Super Bowl players, we talk about a couple of favorite moments from the game, and then we dive into the cock tales proper: Chuck’s run in with a defensive lineman and my surprisingly public encounter with a basketball player back in the day. This week’s music is All the World, featuring Snowflake, by Levihica, with full attribution below. Now someone please tell me all sports are on indefinite hiatus forever.

Music: All of the World feat. Snowflake by Levihica (c) 2014 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. Ft: snowflake

Episode Cover Photo by Joshua Smith.

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