Category: Life

Show 166 – Who the Heck is Bethany Miller?

Bethany Miller comes back to talk with us about cigars, her life, how she has totally immersed herself in the world of cigars and how being a bad-ass just comes naturally. Actually, Beer Dad Tim said she was bad-ass (she

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Show 165 – Close AND 4 Cigars

Bethany Miller is in to talk with The Dads about Top Leaf Cigar Lounge. But, not only that, she goes into, with amazing detail, the history of cigars, how they’re made, the stigma of them and what it’s like to

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Show 164: Pissed Off Tim: Pay Your S##t!

So, first, this is not directed at any one person, business or what have you. This is more of a concept. This week Dad Tim talks about people who owe people money. Not people who are dodging people they owe.

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Show 163: Sharingting

If your kids are less than 11 or so, chances are their entire lives are on social media. That may make them uncomfortable. How do you deal with that? If you add embarrassing (yet completely innocent) pics of your kids

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Show 162: The NFHell… Super Bore/Snoozer Bowl

So The Dads talk their thoughts about the snoozer that was the Big Game. From having to watch Tom Brady in yet another Super Bore to the sheer lack of excitement the game was. But, hey, they had beer. The

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Show 161: Up Against the Wall-E

Beer Dad Paul and a friend of his were talking about how in Wall-E the humans basically got too enthralled in technology that they all basically degenerated into fat, feeble slobs, their every whim catered to by machines. That led to

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Show 160: Taming the Speed Demon

One of The Dads’ kids just got a serious speeding ticket. It will cost the child their license for at least 30 days. It will cost the child their freedom. It could have cost the child a lot more. But,

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Show 158: Perturbed Paul – The Young Person’s Dating Scene

When we were younger and went on a date, we dressed like we were on a date. We dressed like we cared to be with who we were with. It was a sign of respect. Dad Paul observed young folks

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Show 157: Debit or Credit?

When did you get your first credit card? Do you remember filling out that credit card application that you saw in a counter stand at a convenience store, department store, etc.? Did you have direction as to how to properly

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Show 156: Paper or Plastic?

There used to be a time when the only way to pay for things was with cash. Credit cards were only for big purchases. Debit cards came along and allowed you to use a card as cash. These days there

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