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November 7, 2009 – Enter the In-Law

Steve is joined by friend and sister-in-law Debra who attempts to hijack the show through countless shout outs, and has the audacity to wear a Snuggie in studio. The two have a great time talking everything from taking a driving test 950 times to going to the Star Wars Concert to how a big guy masters a high ropes course. Also, a child names Steve “Superman.” Also, we most likely offend Asians everywhere. So, in advance, we apologize.

Music used in this episode:
Sweet Child of Mine by Guns ‘N’ Roses
Jam by Michael Jackson
Jesus is Just Alright by DC Talk
You Gotta Move by Aerosmith
Gonna Make You Sweat by C & C Music Factory
Celebration by Kool and the Gang
I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by Steven Curtis Chapman
Love Addict by Family Force Five
Higher and Higher from Ghostbusters 2

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2 Responses to “November 7, 2009 – Enter the In-Law”

  1. Charles AKA The Gov Says:

    Hey Steve, I actually have an update for Zombie Watch 2009. I’ve been playing the demo for Left for Dead 2, awaiting it’s release, and I’ve found that of all of the zombie neutralizing weaponry that is featured in the game, the most effective so far is the Machete, a close relative of the Katana. I was able to single-bladedly hold off a horde of 100 zombies while my friend revived a fallen teammate. Now, you may say that this is just a game, but it is my understanding that the Army is using video games to train soldiers. If we can prepare soldiers for battle with games, why not prepare the entire populous for the upcoming zombie apocalypse with one? Think about it.

    Oh and remember, zombies aren’t only a threat around Halloween.

  2. Linda W Says:

    Hi Steve,

    Just got a new laptop for work….the IT dude needed my password, and you guessed it…BigHonkin. He looked at me like I was some kind of nut. Oh well, I told him to listen to the podcast!

    Linda W

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