PubCast #95: Adam Yauch Wins His Right to Party

Solving the World’s Problems, One Beer at a Time

 

You wake up late for school, man you don’t want to go

You ask you mom, “Please?”, but she still says, “No!”

You missed two classes, and no homework

But your teacher preaches class like you’re some kind of jerk

You gotta fight for your right to listen to the PubGuys at work – not safe for work (NSFW).

PubCast #95

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On this exciting episode of the PubGuys – The only podcast brave enough to record every episode from an actual pub:

Not Your Normal PubGuy

Klobetime shocks us with the hardest 2 for 20 question yet. We pay homage to the great Adam Yauch and the Beastie Boys. We call the PubGuy court to order and Mike reviews the latest from Jack White and Marilyn Manson.The trivia question for this episode was sponsored by Buzzwordz.net.

Listen in for the question and leave the answer in the comments for your chance to win some PubGuys swag!

“Legendary” is our drinking game word of the day, so secure your drink and please play along at home.

Because, remember, the more you drink, the better we sound.

Cheers Bitches!

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This episode of the PubGuys was proudly recorded at The Tilted Kilt in Lewisville, Texas.

 

Music Played in this episode:

Intro: Forbes’ Zach O’Malley on Adam Yauch

Break: Fight for Your Right by Cold Play

Outro: Fight for Your Right by John Torres

 

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    Ingredients
    1 1/2 ounces Three Olives Loopy Vodka
    1 ounce Triple Sec
    1 ounce sweet & sour mix
    1/2 ounce lime juice
    1/2 teaspoon granadine
    Instructions
    Rim an old-fashioned or margarita glass with colored sanding sugar mixed with a hint of salt. Fill glass with ice.
    Combine ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled half-way with ice. Shake well, strain and pour into prepared glass.
    Garnish with a slice of lime.