Tag Archives: death

TJH 662: The Department Bicycle

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“If you see the flash of light, duck and cover.”

What me worry? It’s just another Saturday cold chilling with your homies in earthquake free Jamholia. If the ground is shaking, that just means we’re out there getting our humpty hump on with the big bad world. We hope you enjoyed the last episode with Pat Dixon. It’s always good talking to people far funnier than we are. Lot’s of fun happening here as we prepare to start festival season. May 1st – 3rd is the Spring Barter Faire up in Tonasket Washington. This is definitely an experience everyone should trip into at least once in their lives. If you wanna come kick it, holla! Other than that, keep checking out Stuff Stoners Like for all the fun weed stuff I’m writing about, and we’ll talk to you soon!

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TJH 650: Tits Up

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“I’ll check a dude out like the library.”

It’s been about a month, so here’s another show. Lot’s of exciting stuff happening, so listen closely. Things are awesome and I’m hungry so I’ll make this short. Go read the show notes and share this shit.

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TJH 636: Groveling

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“You can’t arrest crazy.”

Thanks for checking out the show, this one is number 636. It’s odd, it went from like neg 30 to 50 degrees positive in a few days. We had like three feet of snow, now it’s just a giant puddle. Spring must really be here. Take a listen to the episode and follow along with the show notes. We’ll talk to you next Friday.

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TJH 596: Blanket Operation

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“He’s about to get dumped because of this.”

Mat Lee and Duncan Puffer back at it again with another hilariously great episode of our weekly comedy podcast, The Jamhole. I have to bring this up here because of how important to us it is, but you will also hear it on the show. Before the podcast, Duncan mentioned that the bong was allegedly getting kind of gross and needs the water changed out. So of course I’m happy to oblige, but when I’m cleaning it out in the sink, tragedy feels the need to creep in and stab a brother in the back. The glass was wet, my hands were wet, and I’ve done this a hundred times before with zero problems. But the damn thing slipped right out of my hand and went into the sink with a deafening shatter as glass and water went ALL OVER me and the kitchen floor. I’m still picking up little shards of glass I must have missed the first time I cleaned up my sad mess. So bottom line, this thing was a Christmas present, and it was pretty expensive, and we’re super sad about losing it. It’s like losing our best friend.

It’s been quite a while since anyone has donated to the show, so if you were starting to feel guilty for consuming all this amazing free content we produce, now would be a fantastic time to chip in whatever you can so I can replace this thing. I hate asking you guys for stuff, but when I do, you’re usually pretty good about coming through for me. I wouldn’t ask if it wasn’t an integral part of the show. How can you start a good comedy podcast, or even our marijuana podcast, without allegedly taking some bong hits? You can’t. So please help us out and pitch in whatever you can towards replacing our favorite toy. Thank you for helping, and of course, thanks for listening and helping us spread the word. Here’s some show notes.

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Ep 302: Business or Pleasure

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“Dana’s in the bathroom right now, and she wants to blow you.”

I was going to write something completely clever and thought provoking here, but I don’t want to spoil the actual episode too much. Plus because of who we had on as a guest, I’m not really allowed to say anything. I know this is a blog of sorts, but you know how these things are. Basically, we’re on a need to know basis, and you simply don’t need to know. Don’t worry, I don’t really need to know either. The first rule of freelance private sector security consulting, is you don’t talk about freelance private sector security consulting. That’s right, not even on a talk show. You especially don’t write about it on a blog either. Just keep quiet, pretend you never saw or heard this, and stay safe. It’s a crazy world out there.

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