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XIV. Right at that age where we really start talking back to you.
This week’s episode features the usual grumpiness, a breakdown of the stuff you really care about from Super Bowl XLV (i.e. not the game), a prediction show, our weekly Twitter shout out, the news, and this week’s Karate Emergency.
We put Ashley’s amazing prognostication skills to the test in a prediction shootout between the female Swami and our own professional insider (he’s a professional inside her, get it…okay, enough of that), Ryan Dickens-Divish. Alex and Josh ask the questions we all need the answers to as Ashley and Dickens forecast the coming year.
Check it, yo.
You’re probably wondering why you should read this two days after the Super Bowl. That’s a good question for which I have no answer. But I’ll tell you this, if you read this and you let me know you read it, I will hug you the next time I see you. So consider that when choosing whether or not to forge ahead.
11. Fergie was just yelling.
SHE WAS JUST YELLING!
That was not singing. Not by any culture’s definition. Not at all.
Let’s ask ourselves this question: Has Fergie thrown in the towel on her career? My answer is yes, she has. I have reasons to support my claim:
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Here it is, Karate Kids. This week’s edition of your favorite podcast.
For the second episode in a row, the entire crew — Ryan Divish, Ashley Ryan, Josh Sabrowsky, and yours truly — is present and accounted for.
This week’s topics include the “No Means No” debate, the Huskies’ struggles against the 2-3 zone, the Super Bowl, and of course the Puppy Bowl.
Bookending the show is the usual grumpiness, the news, and this week’s Karate Emergency. Also, be sure to listen for your name in this week’s Twitter shoutout!
Follow us on Twitter: @KarateEmergency, @RyanDivish, @AshleyLolaRyan, @TrafficDivas, and @AlexSSN.
I don’t like Ben Roethlisberger. I think he’s a dick and has a disproportionately chubby face. He also accosts females and he’s never lost to the Seahawks, so f**k that guy.
I don’t like the Pittsburgh Steelers. They annoy me. I don’t hate them, as some Seattleites do, but I certainly wouldn’t mind watching them get attacked by piranhas, either.
I don’t like the Green Bay Packers. They do nothing for me. Aaron Rodgers is ho hum, James Starks is the next Domanick Davis, and every time Greg Jennings has been on my fantasy team he’s sucked balls. Blah.
Basically, what all this boils down to for me is an extreme rooting interest in this year’s Super Bowl ads. Go commercials! I’m rooting for you. Don’t let me down.
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