Episode 27: Auld Land Shark

Show Notes:
Recorded Wednesday, January 10 2007 (9:30 PM - 11:00 PM), at the Zodiac Racquet Club in Southgate MI
    “Schmoe, Scott, Mike, and Mickey discuss the latest headlines and look back at 2006.  With special appearances by Hud, Jacob, Lee, Dino, and a bunch of vocal single women. (FYI: the Roger Clyne Podcast starts at 23:26.)

    And now a word from our sponsor.  “Southeast Michigan Singles is a group for active, educated singles in the Southeast Michigan area.”  Get to know them better at their website—especially if you’re hot (or don’t have a problem with lots of people speaking at once).
    Having trouble with the phrase “They’re dead to me!”?  Perhaps this definition from Urban Dictionary.com can help: A phrase used to let someone know they’re dead to you.  That should settle it.  Note: you might find it helpful to practice the phrase on your own before using it in conversation (cf: “No time to lose!”).
    Mickey’s Encyclopedia Brown-like detective skills can be attributed to clues found on the St Barth’s Talk discussion boards.
    After we discovered the “Feeling Alright” link, Buffett News has found more You Tube links.
    The Landshark Lager webpage.
    Here’s the link to the Mustard/Muenster debate on the Buffett News boards.
    B Boomers is a bar on Southfield Rd in Allen Park.
    Here’s Buy.com’s page for the Jackson/Strait/Buffett Live at Texas Stadium album.
    Once again you can read more about Roger Clyne here.  Is this the show Mike and Joe saw?
    Schmoe’s favorite Buffett moment of 2006 references to Episode 11.  Scott’s references to Episode 20.  Mike’s references Episode 17.  And Mickey’s references all of them.  The Slate.com article Mickey mentions can be read here.
    That’s Lee singing in the background, at the end.  And that’s Little Drunken Schmoe departing, at the end, too.

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