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126 – The True Meaning of Labor Day

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Beer Can Chicken launches into a lengthy rant about the true meaning of labor day. It goes something like this. It seems to me that we’ve forgotten the true meaning of labor day. It’s more than simply a day marking the end of summer. It’s about the struggles of working class people who came before us. If not for them, we’d still be working 70 hours a week for peanuts. And how do we show our gratitude? By loafing around swilling beer and indulging ourselves with mindless entertainment. What a disgrace. Steamed Crab listens as he lays on the couch drinking beer and watching tv.

The True meaning of Labor Day

Beer Can Chicken launches into a lengthy rant about the true meaning of labor day. It goes something like this.
It seems to me that we’ve forgotten the true meaning of labor day. It’s more than simply a day marking the end of summer. It’s about the struggles of working class people who came before us.
If not for them, we’d still be working 70 hours a week for peanuts. And how do we show our gratitude? By loafing around swilling beer and indulging ourselves with mindless entertainment. What a disgrace.

Steamed Crab listens as he lays on the couch drinking beer and watching tv.

125 – Is there a Pirate Festival in town?

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Tips On How To Survive A Visit To Your Local Dive Bar. What Makes a Dive Bar a Dive Bar? It’s like visiting a zoo with booze, beer taps, and no cages. Windows and interior lighting are optional. Here are a few ground rules to keep in mind for your adventure. 1) Don’t feed the patrons or give them scratch-offs. 2) Your drink choices are beer and whiskey. If you don’t like either one of those, you can have beer or whiskey. 3) Don’t make fun of anyone’s outfit. They probably do in fact own a mirror, and didn’t dress that way accidentally. 4) Avoid having too much to drink and sticking your foot in your mouth. 5) Always pay in cash, know where the exits are, and in case you fuck up and break rule number 4, keep 911 on speed dial.

Tips On How To Survive A Visit To Your Local Dive Bar.

What Makes a Dive Bar a Dive Bar? It’s like visiting a zoo with booze, beer taps, and no cages. Windows and interior lighting are optional. Here are a few ground rules to keep in mind for your adventure.

1) Don’t feed the patrons or give them scratch-offs.
2) Your drink choices are beer and whiskey. If you don’t like either one of those, you can have beer or whiskey.
3) Don’t make fun of anyone’s outfit. They probably do in fact own a mirror, and didn’t dress that way accidentally.
4) Avoid having too much to drink and sticking your foot in your mouth.
5) Always pay in cash, know where the exits are, and in case you fuck up and break rule number 4, keep 911 on speed dial.

124 – The Solar Eclipse

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Hey, who turned out the lights? Missed the Solar Eclipse? So did Steamed Crab. He f’d up and bought his solar eclipse glasses at the Dollar Store. Oops. Now he’s wondering why he is having trouble seeing anything at all. Maybe for the solar eclipse in 2024, he’ll avoid the counterfeit glasses.

Hey, who turned out the lights?

Missed the Solar Eclipse? So did Steamed Crab. He f’d up and bought his solar eclipse glasses at the Dollar Store. Oops. Now he’s wondering why he is having trouble seeing anything at all.
Maybe for the solar eclipse in 2024, he’ll avoid the counterfeit glasses.

123 – Aliens and crashed ufos

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Here’s what happened when these aliens attempt to fix their crashed ufo.  Rule number one of do it yourself flying saucer repairs. Before starting to work under the hood, ALWAYS disconnect the horn.  The aliens who crashed in Crab and Chicken’s back yard know if they ever want to get off of Planet Earth they must fix their spaceship. The saucer is in bad shape. While the little greys were putt-putting around, scavengers and vandals gave their saucer a once over. Parts went missing and it was covered in graffiti.  Time for some do-it-yourself ufo repairs. While one of the aliens has a look under the hood, the other honks the horn. Honk! Wham! And an alien head shaped dent in the hood appears.

Here’s what happened when these aliens attempt to fix their crashed ufo.

Rule number one of do it yourself flying saucer repairs. Before starting to work under the hood, ALWAYS disconnect the horn.

The aliens who crashed in Crab and Chicken’s back yard know if they ever want to get off of Planet Earth they must fix their spaceship. The saucer is in bad shape. While the little greys were putt-putting around, scavengers and vandals gave their saucer a once over. Parts went missing and it was covered in graffiti.

Time for some do-it-yourself ufo repairs. While one of the aliens has a look under the hood, the other honks the horn. Honk! Wham! And an alien head shaped dent in the hood appears.