PodcastPodcast: Don’t Die Dave Matthews

So much to talk about and not enough listeners to care. The dynamic duo, Mr. Tom and Mr. Don, quickly wrap up last weeks’ Flyer action — paying particular care to the near implosion in Olean. The gentle giants look forward to this week’s home-stand and basically shit all over the rest of the league in the process. Blackburn’s obsession with hating the craft beer crowd is finally exposed and some disturbing revelations are made as the boyz discuss the recent deaths of several prominent musical geniuses. Which musical superstar death would really knock America on her ass? The men, proud in their convictions, have the definitive list. The podcast comes to a close with a quick discussion regarding Amy Schumer’s thievery and what the future of comedy looks like. It’s bleak, people. In every sense of the word.

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Tom Blackburn

Tom Blackburn is a proud U. o' D. alum. He loses faith in humanity one day at a time, but not in you, you seem like you are all kinds of alright. Charter member of the T-Man fanclub.


  • Anonymous

    January 26, 2016 at 8:58 AM

    Blackburn is your favorite cheeseburger a Big Mac? Also, fuck Paul McCartney, dude is a wank.


    • Tom Blackburn

      January 26, 2016 at 10:58 AM

      I’d probably kill myself if I had a favorite cheeseburger.


  • Anonymous

    January 26, 2016 at 9:02 AM

    Dave Matthews sucks peen.


  • Pier Giorgio

    January 26, 2016 at 2:23 PM

    This whole craft beer dispute is somewhat amusing, except that you keep talking about it. Maybe it has something to do with Blackburn’s interaction with craft beer as a “New York value”. In the Midwest, I tend the appeal is more due to locally-made sentiments. So in Chicago, I’ll have a 312 or Green Line. If I’m visiting Cleveland, pour me a Burning River or Edmund Fitzgerald. Next time you visit Dayton, you should check out the Warped Wing Brewery. It’s less about craft beer snobbery than I think it is an overdue economic recovery from Prohibition and rebuilding of a local pub culture. Also, whereas the NY Values bit is exhaustin, it’s quite reasonable that most Flyers will feel different than Blackburn on this topic. Afterall, the Midwest was a brewer’s paradise before Prohibition, in no small part due to the “German Triangle” made up of Cinninnati, Milwaukee and St. Louis.


    • John Deere

      January 26, 2016 at 7:22 PM

      I always thought that Stefi Graf might have a big German triangle


      • Andre Agassi

        January 27, 2016 at 12:07 PM

        Ding ding ding! We have a winner.


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