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Episode 81: Reading > Atlantic City (2013)

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This week on the podcast, panelist Chris Glushko is taking on duties as host.  He is joined by past guest, Steve Paolini and new guest of the program, Tim Wade (aka The Emu). The panel takes us on the wonderful journey that is Reading through Atlantic City.  With many a clip to choose from, Mr. Glushko went conservative and queued up two per show to highlight the panel’s favorite moments. He also queued up a one way ticket to “Rank City.”  So sit back, grab a beer, and enjoy our final review of fall tour.

See you guys at MSG.

- Steve

Show Notes:

Episode 81

Title: Reading > Atlantic City (2013)

Date: 11/22/2013

Host / Producer: Chris Glushko

Guests: Steve Paolini & Tim Wade

Audio Production: Stephen Olker

Assistant Producer: Katie Passaretti

Run Time: 1:58.48

File Size: 130.3 mb

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3 thoughts on “Episode 81: Reading > Atlantic City (2013)

  1. That Disease jam from Reading totally sounds like Mountain Jam from the Allman Brothers’ Eat a Peach record.

  2. Clips
    Reading
    01. DWD 15:50 > 20:45
    02. Twenty Years Later 08:40 > 11:20

    AC1
    03. Fuego 07:00 >09:00
    04. Carini 14:00 > 16:45

    AC2
    05. Runaway Jim 02:00 > 04:05
    06. Twist 08:30 >12:30

    AC3
    07. Theme 10:30 > 13:40
    08 Tweezer

    outro: Sneakin’ Sally

  3. Atlantic City is a great place to snorkel. I always snorkel in the bays around Atlantic City. There are so many pretty fish and turtles to see. I sometimes dive down to water that is about 20 to thirty feet deep to catch a crab. The best time to snorkel is in clear weather with full sun. I have snorkeled for twenty plus years in Atlantic City. I saw a shark one time and it was not that large. It was about three feet and it was kind of cute. I sometimes snorkel off the beach in water that is twenty to forty feet deep. Try not to dive more than twenty feet under the water because the light is poor. I sometimes charter a boat to go out 10 to 40 miles off the coast. There is a group of us that snorkel in the open ocean. The fish are larger and I sometimes see a whale. The sharks are few and far between. Sometimes I drag Lauren LaCount to snorkel with me. I make here wear a skimp bathing suit to tease her.

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