Ep. 225: Heh Heh Heh… Free Bird

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In this one I tell you about the cheap-ass beer I’m drinking during this episode, the unlikely music they were blasting in the grocery store on Saturday, a really good Lynyrd Skynyrd documentary I watched, my recent enjoyment of the Night Flight Plus streaming service, my second attempt at preparing the silver bullet/hobo dinner, and how I tried to push the older boy’s buttons while taking some food to his workplace. Enjoy!

Lynyrd Skynyrd documentary review
Night Flight Plus streaming service
The drivin n cryin documentary website
Jeff guesting on Producer Zipp’s podcast
The Office intro with tower

$10 Scratch-Off Project
Surf Report mailing list
Producer Zipp’s podcast

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One of the photos I snapped to push the older boy’s buttons:

3 thoughts on “Ep. 225: Heh Heh Heh… Free Bird”

  1. You say your from Dunbar. Were you a hill slider or a river rat? West end or east end? Did you ever have a W.Va. Hotdog from the Sugar Shack in the east end?

    1. Hill Sider, but just barely. We lived at the corner of 17th and Charles, right beside the railroad tracks. I remember the Sugar Shack but it was around when I was very young. I had plenty of WV hotdogs from the DQ and the bowling alley, and other places.

  2. I grew up in the East End before the interstate came through. I graduated from DHS in 1973. I still remember the high school song.
    DHS Song:
    On the banks of the old Kanawha.
    Pointing to the sky.
    Stands an old abandoned out house.
    Known as Dunbar High!


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