The Beaver hits its first milestone of completing 20 Podcasts. In this episode, Lisle eats some bad cheese and explains why it’s OK to buy the meat at Wal-Mart with the yellow tags to save a couple bucks. A primate escapes at the San Antonio airport. Many call it a baboon, but in reality it’s a Rhesus Macaque. Lloyd makes a few jokes about the pronunciation of macaque, which leads into a discussion of why a good night DJ will eventually become a great morning personality on the radio. Finally, Drew, Lisle and Lloyd discuss the Royal Wedding and how the new Duchess puts the “sex” in Sussex. Interestingly, this leads us into a history lesson from Lisle and thought provoking conversation of why Meghan Markle is called “bi-racial” by the media in the U.K, while Obama is referred to as “Black” and “African American” in the US. Why so serious?
Month: May 2018
The Beaver returns after Drew has been traveling to Toronto where he attends a Blue Jays game and drinks so much he decides to leave in the 5th inning only to find out the next day he missed a no-hitter. Later Drew’s travels take him to Los Angeles where he enjoys a few gummy edibles but loses one. He traces his steps back to a taco stand and finds it on the floor. Does he still eat it? Lisle learns about middle school vaping from his 6th grade daughter. Also, Lisle considers blogging about traveling as a career change but decides he doesn’t like to write. How will Texas handle legal sports betting? Lisle breaks it down. A new Guns N Roses remastered Appetite For Destruction collection is available in June and we discuss “Box Sets For Dummies.” Finally, we pay tribute and say so long to one of our favorite restaurants as long time friend Chuck Stanley closes the CBQ Smokehouse.
Drew is on a mission to bring back a modern day monocle. Lisle discusses the first ever penis/scrotum transplant. Lloyd befriends a fan that was labeled “KISS guy” by Dave Grohl after he got on stage and jams the song Monkey Wrench with Foo Fighters in Austin. Somehow Lisle, Lloyd and Drew reflect back to college and how great it was not having everything documented on Social Media. Unfortunately, Lloyd’s photo was captured wearing leg bandanas. Finally, the college memories continue discussing having fun with photos to see how far you could go and actually get them developed without getting the “censor” sticker. We end the show with a segment called “penis top hat.”