February 20, 2018

It Burns When I Pee Episode #0090 “Caboose Pistol”

In the latest episode of IBWIP we spin new music from Nellie Wilson as well as Gary Roadarmel and The Parish Commissioners. We also play some Hell Fire Sinners and Cowboy Bob & Trailer Trash. We finish it off with Coldbeer’s Double D’s St. Patrick’s Day tunes by Dropkick Murphy and The Tossers.

We start the show off with a double feature of “Stupid People Doing Stupid Things”. First we hear about a woman in Oklahoma who was arrested and was hiding a loaded gun in her baby maker. Even the news anchors had a little fun with it. Then we head to Texas where the police have nothing better to do than to raid some poor Asian ladies just trying to make a living. This of course makes Blake pissed. Amish BJ, Coldbeer, and Blake then take you inside the interrogation room and see what these working Asian girls would say when questioned.

We also welcome the one and only Hobo Hiatus onto the show to talk about Blake’s upcoming trip to Folsom California. There is a trip to the Asian market, high tech fort making, and an all around awesome week of YouTube video’s and staying up all night. Finally we play a game where Amish BJ hopefully ends his streak of losing on IBWIP.

Finally we discuss the IBWIP schedule for the next month, the pre-order has started for the 6th Anniversary T-shirt Bundle, and as always… we make it difficult for Coldbeer to present her Double D’s.

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About Blake Clayton

Also known as “Self Proclaimed The Podcasting God”, Blake is the creator and host of IBWIP. After failed marriages and a failed business venture in plastic sporks, he found that he had a talent (and a face) for podcasting. He is hoping to strike it rich, he started It Burns When I Pee. Over the years, Blake has become a pioneer in the campaign to promote the Roots music and the artists who create it.

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