Lloyd opens the Podcast talking about a Father’s Day Dinner eating one of his favorite foods…fried chicken which immediately opens the door for aficionado Lisle to reflect on his grandmother’s cast iron skillet recipe that would seriously challenge the Colonel’s. This leads into a conversation on the statistically proven bad tipping from Millennials; Why do grocery store cashiers become mediums and predict your dinner plans based on your purchases; Drew attempts to buy a bed skirt at the mall and gets rejected by bad employee; Does overplaying video games lead to mental illness; A new way to entertain the kids when they’re out of school at Coding Summer Camp; Finally Drew avoids pants below his man-tits by revisiting the gym.
March has arrived and so has the latest episode of Beaver Cool Aid. LA Lloyd, John Lisle and Drew Bennett have a lot to get off their chest since the 3-week hiatus the Podcast had to go through…Believe us we would have not taken this long to get the new show if there had not been so much personal loss. But the show must go on as they say. This week:
Lisle attends middle school orchestra concert for his daughter and you can imagine…
Is a “tribute band” a “cover band?”
Middle School protests and walkouts. Are the kids really the future?
Lloyd is inspired by the kids’ protests and may run for office?
Drew decides if it’s time for Gen-X to turn it around or just continue playing video games.
Lloyd and Lisle say goodbye to fellow North Carolina native…and global icon Billy Graham
And finally why Papa John is really not the daddy after all…