Issue 177 – Richard Hatch

Greetings Programs. After some technical shenanigans, the crew sits down and has a massive chat with the one and only Richard Hatch. We could go on and on about this show this week. But really, just download. Sir is on a tear and it’s gold. Download and tell your friends.

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4 Responses to Issue 177 – Richard Hatch

  1. Peter says:

    Kielen’s rants bring a warm fuzzy feeling to my heart. Let the brother have his wings the way he wants.

  2. Peter says:

    Also, the Richard Hatch interview was great. I had the opportunity to hear him speak on a panel last year up in Seattle, and he spoke with the same amount of passion and insight.

  3. Mat the Mormon says:

    If the bbq cookoff idea ever blossoms into an event and shifts to pulled pork, I would love to enter. I’m not a well rounded bbqer but when it comes to pulled pork I can rock it. And by the way a proper chicken wing is not breaded. (I make some dang good chicken wings too)

  4. Aaron says:

    Hear that Dally, you being called out by a Champion! 🙂

    Not sure how I feel about the unbreaded wings. I like some crisp.

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