Episode 46

February 21, 2019

01:24:00

TMP #46 St. Valentine's Day Autopsy

Hosted by

Manny Chevrolet René Coman
TMP #46 St. Valentine's Day Autopsy
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TMP #46 St. Valentine's Day Autopsy
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Show Notes

It's Valentine's Day everywhere else, but it's a dateless night in the Ring Room. The Troubled Men do a postpartum analysis of the previous episode that almost didn't see the light of day. Topics include Hallmark holidays, being alone, a missing ID, a lock thief, fast food mayhem, episode #45 aftermath, the Rock 'n' Roll marathon, tough gigs, vehicle troubles, a recording triumph, a judge on trial, teens on alert, sauna talk, Virginia and the Zulu exception, a mother's college try, the Tao of Steve, summer camps, vaping hazards, favorite cigarettes of yesteryear, and much more. Subscribe, review, and rate on iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite platform. Like, follow, and share with friends and spread the Troubled word. Music: Styler/Coman

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