To kick things off, Hotshot gets grilled about his youth softball pettiness before Mitch describes getting the runaround by Comcast last week during an internet outage. Next, the guys discuss the hilarity of Cart Narcs, the weak representation of M’s for All Star Game weekend, and the greatness of Shohei Ohtani. Featured guests are Jamie Gehring of Madman in the Woods: Life Next Door to the Unabomber, The Weight of History, the Power of Apology: Remembering Lifter David Berger 50 Years after the Munich Olympics author Warren Perrin, and Simboli Ruffin also known as the “longest-living Jane Doe”. “Other Stuff” topics range from the latest firings at ESPN, LeBron demolishing a house not up to par for him, and the grating letter by Ryan Seacrest about his new hosting gig for Wheel of Fortune!
- Jamie Gehring | Madman in the Woods: Life Next Door to the Unabomber
- Warren Perrin | The Weight of History, the Power of Apology: Remembering Lifter David Berger 50 Years after the Munich Olympics
- Simboli Ruffin | “Longest-living Jane Doe”
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:00 | Hotshot is like The Fonz in his refusal to admit he was wrong about Sammamish Little League Softball.
10:45 | Mitch apologizes to the Patrons on behalf of Comcast for internet issues preventing shows from being released last week.
33:23 | Scott’s latest Youtube addiction is Cart Narcs for a cheap laugh.
37:12 | Luis Castillo is the only confirmed Mariner on the All Star Game roster with Julio on the outside looking in.
42:58 | Is Shohei Ohtani the greatest player in the history of Major League Baseball?
52:53 | GUEST: Jamie Gehring joins the show to chat about her book which chronicles her personal interaction with Ted Kaczynski.
1:19:38 | GUEST: Warren Perrin checks in to discuss his biography about the American weightlifter David Berger that was murdered at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
1:42:08 | GUEST: Simboli Ruffin shares the incredible story of discovering her official identity throughout the course of her lifetime.
2:04:19 | The “Other Stuff” segment includes topics such as ESPN’s massive batch of layoffs, LeBron James buying a house only to immediately tear it down, and the cringey letter written by Ryan Seacrest as a tribute to Pat Sajak!