Episode 9

June 08, 2018


Troubled Men #9 Vatos Locos

Hosted by

Manny Chevrolet René Coman
Troubled Men #9 Vatos Locos
Troubled Men Podcast
Troubled Men #9 Vatos Locos

Show Notes

The temperature is topping 100º, but the Troubled Men are keeping it cool. Tonight's topics include bar flies, free labor, Dennis Rodman, support animals, hedgehog recognition, a train ride to Madrid, the Basques of Bakersfield, a 14 year old driver, killer cats, a snake lady, a used car scam, parental eviction, a Mexican standoff, and nominal amnesia. René visits the dentist and makes the newspaper.

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