Show 129: My Kid is Better than Your Kid

Sportsmanship is important. On the field, off the field, everywhere. Basically, it’s the Golden Rule of “do unto others.” We are all guilty of falling shy of the rule. When sports are actually involved, however, there seems to be a little leeway or maybe there isn’t. It’s a fine line and it’s an even finer line that divides the general public’s views on it. When your favorite team does something that, if it were another team, you’d be upset about, but you’re not when your team does it, you know you like it. The Beer Dads discuss the subject this week. Beer Dad Jon’s Pilot and his mother are both on to help with the discussion. 

Our beer this week is Oktoberfest Festbier by Sierra Nevada.

The show was recorded in the new Test Pattern Studios. Test Pattern is located at 701 N Trade Street in good ol’ WSNC. Check out the Test Pattern page for more on their happenings.

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