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Episode 22 – 9/19/10

Posted: September 21st, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Episodes
Join us this week for the best time of your miserable life:
  • “Iris” – Goo Goo Dolls (Jon’s Pick)
  • Why put carpet on your toilet seat?
  • Jon’s terrible cough, thanks to Halo Reach
  • Cowtown Feedback
  • Unfinished Business
  • Koala Chlamydia
  • World’s Largest
  • The Train Game
  • Celeb Gossip
  • Man is attacked by bees
  • Gaga Weekly (Occasionally)
  • Liquid Fabric for spray on t-shirts
  • www.cowtownpodcast.com
  • cowtown@cowtownpodcast.com
  • 312-685-COWT (2698)
  • “Thinkin’ Bout Somethin” – Hanson (Nathan’s Pick)
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3 Comments on “Episode 22 – 9/19/10”

  1. 1 Derek said at 10:49 am on September 21st, 2010:

    Woulda left a voicmail but lost my fuckin phone in a beanfield

    Australia has better things to worry about than koala stds, like the 5 million animals that will kill you

    Kids in colombia gotta get some kinda rush when they cant get cocain

    If i was a celebrity and had a billion trillion dollars I sure as hell wouldn’t have my 18th birthday party at a bowling alley, mine is going to be at a racetrack with drunk rednecks having a liquor and cheesburger party

    burn that fuckin tree down and kill them bees

  2. 2 Meg said at 7:43 am on September 22nd, 2010:

    Nathan, some of your laughs in this episode are very pleasing. When Jon says “The Train Game” you snigger like a Frenchman and it’s pretty hilarious.

    Also, you are not allowed to play that game. Neither one-a-ya.

  3. 3 Quinn said at 10:28 pm on September 23rd, 2010:

    Hey guys! Enjoyed this episode. I actually laughed out loud several times. I know both of you are busy at school but we appreciate you coming at us once a week! :)


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