On death and the hope that comes from it. Continue reading
In this episode, Ryan is joined by The Defenseman are joined by special guest Chaz Adams. They also chat about Bills preseason football, the future ownership of the team, and what cool online comics you should read. Continue reading
In this episode, Ryan is joined by The Defenseman to talk about the death of Sports on Earth, Andre Reed’s emotional induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and the hilarious missteps of Jon Bon Jovi’s quest to buy the Bills. Continue reading
In this episode, Ryan is joined by The Defenseman to talk about the impending sale of the Buffalo Bills, Andre Reed’s harsh words for Bon Jovi, and why Ryan is tired of the typical Buffalo Bills story written by the national media.
In this episode, Ryan is joined by The Defenseman to talk about underrated waterways, Tony Dungy and Michael Sam, the Buffalo Bills and why St. Elmo’s Fire sucked. They also cover ownership in sports and a few other topics sure to are you still really reading this click the audio button already. Continue reading
In this episode, Ryan is joined by The Defenseman to once again run down a list of suggestions picked by you, the Internet. They talk about new hats, the Buffalo Bills moving to the Moon, how much Bon Jovi sucks and why the end of the Sabres season is interesting and worth covering. In the white people segment of the program, we talk about golf, old athletic trainers and our most white trash habits. Continue reading
In this episode, Ryan is joined by The Defenseman talk about the state of the Buffalo Sabres and what has happened in Buffalo sports over the last eight months. They talk Terry Pegula, the departure of Ryan Miller, Tim Murray’s potential to fix a broken team and the weirdness that is Pat LaFontaine’s brief tenure with the team. They also chat about Nelly, the missing Malaysian airplane, and much more. It’s a feel-good reunion you won’t find anywhere else on the internet. Continue reading
On emperors and ruling with nostalgia. Or, why Terry Pegula hired Pat LaFontaine and Ted Nolan. Continue reading