Saturday, April 13, 2024

Shenanigans Episode 328: Your Finger Was Not Was Dislocated

In this week's Shenanigans podcast, we are on location at Griffin's Pub. In what was supposed to be a post-eclipse extravaganza, we ended up having one of our longest shows ever. The new guy, Scott, was pure gold right from the beginning. There are some audio hiccups here because the new room has different acoustics, but this is a solid show. We talk a little about hockey and football and A LOT about baseball. Somehow Keith Hernandez's mustache makes an appearance, and we explore some home remedies for high blood pressure. And that's our show in totality. Trust me. Or don't. As always, this podcast should be listen only with caution in public and at work. We are adult humor.

Saturday, April 6, 2024

Shenanigans Episode 327: Where's Captain Penicillin?

In this week's Shenanigans podcast, it's April Fools Day. We start off by making fun of the gullible people. We move onto more dog talk as Rich and his dog wandered by Craig's house earlier in the day. Allyn has learned about the wonders of ChatGPT. We talk a little about the so-called canceled actors which leads to a long talk about celebrity deaths. In turn, we go off on a tangent following the early career of Dennis Quaid as we attempt to make him relevant again. And are those chem trails really out to get you? Allyn will tell us all about them. As always, this podcast should be listen only with caution in public and at work. We are adult humor.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

Literally the Best Reviews: A Cold Day in Hell

 A Cold Day In Hell - Lissa Marie Redmond
Elmhurst Books LLC
374 Pages

I was casually looking through a website that I use to look up authors and books, I ran across a page for Lissa Marie Redmond. The first line of her bio said she was from Buffalo and the thrillers that she wrote were set in the Queen City. Obviously, since I live just north of Buffalo, I had to grab her first book and check it out. I am very glad I did. There’s just something special about a book with local flair.