Episode 1

April 19, 2018


Troubled Men #1 "Good!"

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
Troubled Men #1 "Good!"
Troubled Men Podcast
Troubled Men #1 "Good!"

Show Notes

The Troubled Men for Troubled Times are back in the Ring Room. They discuss New Year's resolutions, family interactions, Miami, tamales, flakka, and Manny partying with Bob Seger back in the 1990s. Manny introduces his use of the word "good!". Subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcasts or your favorite app.

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