This week on the BSR Podcast the guys take the show on the road. For the first time in the show’s history a live studio audience listens in as Zach, Matt and Jab record at the GableVision Studios.
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Great time last night, fellas. GableVision is something else! Hope to see more events like this in the future.
Jabby looks like a legit serial killer. Show was boring as shit.
Shabby – Love the name! You must spend all your time down in your mom’s basement coming up with these witty names and remarks. BTW, sorry I missed the opening of “Catching Fire” with you and our Anime club last night. Did you really dress like Peeta Mellark, again? Wish I could have been there, but your wife needed some company, so I went there instead.
I’m proud to be apart of such a great podcast. Shabby, you seem like you know “where it’s at”, maybe just a little bit bitter that you weren’t invited. Zach, the Gobblevision screens are as my idols the Junkies say “Silly” #Bolts4Life
Shabby Burns! I never thought they would let you out of jail what with you having 19 sexual misconduct and 4 indecent exposure warrants out on your ass.
And I understand you finally achieved your goal as well Dingo… You became your schools “Homecoming King”, 21 years after the Board of Education kicked you out of High School because of that bizarre rash you had on your lips. Now you get to ride on the parade float next to your girlfriend, the 16 year old pregnant “Homecoming Queen” .
I’ll bet the boys down at the “Halfway House” are proud of you. One of their own has gone on to bigger and brighter things. 2013, “Homecoming King”. 2014, a stint in the “Betty Ford Clinic”.
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