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  • 198. Time Traveling Tuesday To 1950 | TTT Podcast Ep. 198

    01:07:19
    This week on the TTT Podcast, Beard Laws, Burley, and Gute Time Travel To 1950. The boys talk various topics related to the year 1950. They talk about their Triple T hats, the importance of family time, and the upcoming episodes of their show. They then dive into the music of 1950, including the number one hit 'Goodnight Irene' by Gordon Jenkins and the Weavers. They also mention other popular songs of the year, such as 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' by Gene Autry and 'If I Knew You Were Coming, I'd Have Baked a Cake' by Eileen Barton and Morty Craft. The hosts also discuss the speech patterns of the 1950s and the fascination with AI. They explore the racial undertones in some songs and share funny moments from the conversation. The conversation concludes with a list of notable birthdays in 1950, including Dr. Phil, Stevie Wonder, Tom Petty, and Bill Murray. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various topics from the 1950s. They talk about the high contract signed by Jackie Robinson, the prices of things in 1950, the invention of the first credit card and television remote control, the debut of the Peanuts comic strip, the first commercial television network broadcasting in color, and the first organ transplant. In this final part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various topics including head transplants, playing video games inverted, sports champions in 1950, and the top movies of the year. They also explore the popularity of certain movies based on IMDB ratings. TTT Podcast Episode HighlightsThey explore the music of 1950, including the number one hit 'Goodnight Irene'The conversation touches on the speech patterns of the 1950s and the fascination with AIThe hosts list notable birthdays in 1950, including Dr. Phil, Stevie Wonder, and Tom Petty The 1950s saw significant developments in various fields, including sports, technology, and entertainment.The prices of goods and services in 1950 were significantly lower compared to today's prices.The invention of the credit card revolutionized the way people handled credit and payments.The debut of the Peanuts comic strip introduced beloved characters like Charlie Brown and Snoopy.The introduction of color television and the first commercial television network broadcasting in color marked a major milestone in television history.They listed the champions in major sports in 1950, including the Philadelphia Eagles in football and the New York Yankees in baseball.The top movies of 1950 were mentioned, with Cinderella and Sunset Boulevard among them.TTT Podcast Quotes"We hit a different audience""Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was a number one hit""Wow, I can't believe Adam raised that old.""speaking of baseball though. Jackie Robinson signed the highest contract in mlb history at 35,000 to the fucking dodgers""Prices of things in 1950, if you wanted a house, was approximately $7,354.""Have you ever seen the footage of when they swapped the brains on the monkeys or they swapped heads on the monkeys?""What do mean inverted?""They beat the Phillies. Look at that, Philly. They had a good little year."Support our friends of the show (if you want)Copper Johns Beard Company: https://lddy.no/1c3fvSasquatch Tea Company - https://sasquatchtea.com/?fbclid=PAAaZ1eF4usnIJ3I_vUYf4qye4bNU7zS1A-2EG61x0SNCsCBY31WoCMjK2DswWhiskey Towers - https://whiskeytowers.com/?ref=jALaEM7_LmRwkFMustache Mate - https://mustachemate.com/Yore Town Podcast - https://beacons.ai/yoretownBeard Laws Studio - https://beardlawsstudio.comWindbag Whisperers - https://windbagwhisperers.comVermont Flannel Company - https://www.vermontflannel.com/?aff=52Milwaukee Pretzels - https://www.milwaukeepretzel.com/

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  • 197. Time Traveling Tuesday To 1972 | TTT Podcast Ep. 197

    01:02:23
    This week on the TTT Podcast, Beard Laws, Burley, and Gute Time Travel To 1972. The boys talk various topics related to the year 1972. They mention their recent experiences with extreme weather conditions and power outages. They also talk about their favorite flannel shirts and the lack of pretzels in certain areas. The conversation then transitions to the year 1972, with a focus on the music of that time. They mention artists like Derek and the Dominoes, The Osmonds, and Don McLean. They also discuss the song 'Popcorn' by Hot Butter and its unique sound. The hosts share their thoughts on various songs and artists from the era. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various topics including the band Mott the Hoople, the movie Cabaret, and the top grossing films of 1972. They also mention the documentary Bugs Bunny: Superstar and the movies Deliverance and Jeremiah Johnson. The conversation is filled with humor and random facts. In this final part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various topics including movies, actors, sports, prices, and historical events from 1972. They also joke about creating t-shirts with the theme of being anti-ED (erectile dysfunction). The conversation ends with a discussion about future episodes and the hosts bidding farewell.TTT Podcast Episode HighlightsThe year 1972 had a diverse range of music, including hits from Derek and the Dominoes, The Osmonds, and Don McLeanThe song 'Popcorn' by Hot Butter had a unique sound and was popular during that time Mott the Hoople was a band that had a hit with the song 'All the Young Dudes'The movie Cabaret won several awards at the Oscars in 1972The top grossing films of 1972 were The Godfather, The Poseidon Adventure, What's Up, Doc?, and DeliveranceThe hosts also mention the documentary Bugs Bunny: Superstar and the movies Deep Throat and Jeremiah Johnson 1972 was a significant year for movies, with the release of iconic films like Deep Throat, The Godfather, and A Clockwork Orange.Many famous actors and actresses were born in 1972, including Amanda Peet, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sofia Vergara, and Cameron Diaz.Sports champions in 1972 included the Dallas Cowboys in the Super Bowl, the Oakland A's in the World Series, and USC in college football.The average cost of a house in 1972 was $27,550, while the average cost of a gallon of gas was 36 cents.The Polaroid SX70 camera and the game Pong were both introduced in 1972.The Watergate scandal and the Apollo 17 mission were significant events in 1972.TTT Podcast Quotes"I want to give you a quick update on the Vermont flannel. I bought one of the lightweight ones. I wore it on the hottest day where I am. I walked it was 17 .7 something miles that day. Not once did I sweat or feel hot because of the flannel.""Let's fire this bad boy up""This should be in a video""Mott the Hoople, the all the young dudes""Cabaret won Best Director at the Oscars""The top grossing films of 1972 were The Godfather, The Poseidon Adventure, What's Up, Doc?, and Deliverance""The poor girl could not come anywhere because her clit was in her throat.""You gotta watch the OG, it's online. You're not gonna jerk to it. But it is.""Christopher Lee. Love him in any like Hammer film or even as he got older and like the Star Wars or Lord of the Rings, whatever he did, was fucking amazing."Support our friends of the show (if you want)Copper Johns Beard Company: https://lddy.no/1c3fvMustache Mate - https://mustachemate.com/Yore Town Podcast - https://beacons.ai/yoretownFrost Buddy - https://snwbl.io/frost-buddy/MATT57465Booze Veterans - https://boozeveteran.com/Vermont Flannel Company - https://www.vermontflannel.com/?aff=52Milwaukee Pretzels - https://www.milwaukeepretzel.com/
  • 196. Time Traveling To 1989 | TTT Podcast Ep. 196 #beardlawsstudio #tttpodcast

    01:12:04
    This week on the TTT Podcast, Beard Laws, Burley, and Gute Time Travel To 1989. The boys talk various topics related to the year 1989. They mention various topics including the introduction of the World Wide Web, the debut of The Simpsons, the release of popular toys like the Game Boy and Tetris, and the founding of popular restaurants like P.F. Chang's and California Pizza Kitchen. They also touch on the popularity of the Super Mario Bros. video game series and the documentary about Tetris. The hosts reminisce about their experiences with the internet and discuss the cultural impact of these events and products. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various toys and movies from 1989. They mention popular toys like Barbie dolls, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Laser Tag. They also talk about movies such as Driving Miss Daisy, Weekend at Bernie's, and Pet Sematary. The hosts share their thoughts and memories about these toys and movies, and also discuss some interesting facts and trivia. The conversation in this part of the recording covers various topics, including movies, music, and time travel. They discuss popular movies of 1989, such as Batman and Indiana Jones, as well as hit songs like 'Bat Dance' and 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn.' They also touch on the influence of certain songs and artists, like Prince and Guns N' Roses. The conversation takes a humorous turn as they joke about traveling back in time and the appearance of certain celebrities. Overall, it's a lighthearted and entertaining discussion.TTT Podcast Episode HighlightsThe year 1989 saw significant developments in technology, entertainment, and dining.The World Wide Web was proposed in 1989, leading to the eventual rise of the internet as we know it today.The debut of The Simpsons and the release of popular toys like the Game Boy and Tetris were major cultural events.Restaurants like P.F. Chang's and California Pizza Kitchen were founded in 1989 and have since become popular dining destinations.The hosts reflect on their experiences with the internet and the impact of these events and products on their lives. Toys like Barbie dolls, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Laser Tag were popular in 1989.TTT Podcast Quotes"The World Wide Web actually happened in 1989""The debut of The Simpsons aired in 1989""The original Super Mario Bros. 2 was a different game that was rebranded as a Mario game""Any of you guys need a Barbie dream house? Trying to get rid of a Barbie mansion? No? Fuck. Cool.""Wait, you didn't know anybody that had the laser tag game? Oh, dude, you put on these little vest things, you could run around your yard.""I understand Daniel Day-Lewis is supposed to be the goat, but I don't. Oh, does he play a special fellow?""It brings you back that time period."Support our friends of the show (if you want)Copper Johns Beard Company: https://lddy.no/1c3fvSasquatch Tea Company - https://sasquatchtea.com/?fbclid=PAAaZ1eF4usnIJ3I_vUYf4qye4bNU7zS1A-2EG61x0SNCsCBY31WoCMjK2DswWhiskey Towers - https://whiskeytowers.com/?ref=jALaEM7_LmRwkFPopdarts - https://popdartsgame.com/?ref=beardlawsMustache Mate - https://mustachemate.com/Black Beard Fire - https://blackbeardfire.com/beardlawsDraft Top - https://drafttop.kckb.st/beardlawsPast Ball Podcast - https://beacons.ai/pastballYore Town Podcast - https://beacons.ai/yoretownFrost Buddy - https://snwbl.io/frost-buddy/MATT57465Booze Veterans - https://boozeveteran.com/Beard Laws Studio - https://beardlawsstudio.comWindbag Whisperers - https://windbagwhisperers.comVermont Flannel Company - https://www.vermontflannel.com/?aff=52Milwaukee Pretzels - https://www.milwaukeepretzel.com/
  • 195. Time Traveling To 1932 | TTT Podcast Ep. 195

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    This week on the TTT Podcast, Beard Laws, Burley, and Gute Time Travel To 1932. The boys talk various topics related to the year 1969. They mention various topics including Triple T Finlay hats, yo-yos, Milwaukee Pretzel's new dip, pickles, Vermont flannel, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, Polaroid photography, John Williams, and the invention of the parking meter. In 1932, significant events included the invention of the radio telescope, the start of the Tuskegee experiments, the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, and the creation of Superman. The average prices of goods were remarkably low, with a house costing $6,510 and a gallon of gas priced at 10 cents. The year also saw the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles and the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. Other notable events included the introduction of vitamin C synthesis and the founding of Crohn's disease. In this conversation, the hosts discuss various topics related to the year 1932, including the Great Depression, movies, music, and food. They explore the impact of the Great Depression on housing prices and the availability of affordable bread. They also delve into the movies released in 1932, such as 'The Mummy' and 'Scarface,' and discuss the popular music of the time, which they find to be lacking. The hosts also touch on the unique meals and ingredients consumed during the Great Depression, including sugar sandwiches and unconventional meats. Overall, they express their gratitude for the modern era and the advancements made since 1932.TTT Podcast Episode HighlightsThe hosts talk about the new dip from Milwaukee Pretzel and their love for pretzelsThey discuss the popularity of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and the history of peanut butterThey mention the invention of Polaroid photography and the iconic music composed by John WilliamsThe hosts talk about the invention of the parking meter and its impact on society 1932 was a year of significant scientific and technological advancements, including the invention of the radio telescope and the synthesis of vitamin C.The year also marked the start of the unethical Tuskegee experiments and the construction of iconic structures like the Golden Gate Bridge.TTT Podcast Quotes"We are all wearing the same hats""Yo yo yo yo yo yo I need a cool catch things to say""I'm all in and I'm going to show you guys""So those pictures were taken with radio telescopes? Nah, that's way too cool.""Hmm. You ever read some of this shit and say like, God damn, I'm stupid.""Didn't Babe Ruth call a shot that year? Points to that left side.""You still can't buy a $50,000 house today.""Seven cents for a loaf of bread is fucking nuts.""I want to learn how to make my own bread. I bet the people in the Depression had some good recipes."Support our friends of the show (if you want)Copper Johns Beard Company: https://lddy.no/1c3fvSasquatch Tea Company - https://sasquatchtea.com/?fbclid=PAAaZ1eF4usnIJ3I_vUYf4qye4bNU7zS1A-2EG61x0SNCsCBY31WoCMjK2DswWhiskey Towers - https://whiskeytowers.com/?ref=jALaEM7_LmRwkFPopdarts - https://popdartsgame.com/?ref=beardlawsMustache Mate - https://mustachemate.com/Black Beard Fire - https://blackbeardfire.com/beardlawsDraft Top - https://drafttop.kckb.st/beardlawsPast Ball Podcast - https://beacons.ai/pastballYore Town Podcast - https://beacons.ai/yoretownFrost Buddy - https://snwbl.io/frost-buddy/MATT57465Booze Veterans - https://boozeveteran.com/Beard Laws Studio - https://beardlawsstudio.comWindbag Whisperers - https://windbagwhisperers.comVermont Flannel Company - https://www.vermontflannel.com/?aff=52Milwaukee Pretzels - https://www.milwaukeepretzel.com/
  • 194. Time Traveling To 1969 | TTT Podcast Ep. 194

    01:09:07
    This week on the TTT Podcast, Beard Laws, Burley, and Gute Time Travel To 1969. The boys talk various topics related to the year 1969. They mention the Woodstock festival in 1969 and the notable artists who performed. They also mention celebrities who were born in 1969. The conversation includes discussions about the venue, the lineup, and the cultural significance of Woodstock. They also mention some interesting facts and personal experiences related to the festival. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various topics including the Wahlberg family, celebrity deaths in 1969, sports events, inflation, movies, and music. They touch on subjects such as the Bolivian soccer team crash, the cost of living in 1969 compared to now, and the controversial movie 'Midnight Cowboy'. They also mention Elvis Presley's comeback and the number one album of the year, 'Sugar, Sugar' by The Archies. In 1969, several notable events occurred in the music industry. Johnny Cash released his famous live album 'At San Quentin', while The Beatles performed their last public performance on the rooftop of the Apple building. The Stooges released their self-titled album, which is considered a precursor to punk rock. CCR released four albums in a single year, and Bob Seger was known as the Bob Seger System. Other notable artists and songs from 1969 include Marmalade's cover of The Beatles' 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da', The Who's 'Pinball Wizard' from the album 'Tommy', and David Bowie's 'Space Oddity'. The Jackson 5 released their first album, and Jim Morrison of The Doors was arrested in Miami for indecent exposure. Overall, 1969 was a year of diverse musical releases and significant moments in music history.TTT Podcast Episode HighlightsWoodstock 1969 was a historic music festival that attracted 460,000 people.The lineup included iconic artists such as Santana, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and The Who.'Midnight Cowboy' was a controversial movie that won the Best Picture Oscar despite its X rating.The number one album of 1969 was 'Sugar, Sugar' by The Archies. Johnny Cash's live album 'At San Quentin' and The Beatles' rooftop performance were highlightsThe Stooges' self-titled album is considered a precursor to punk rockCCR released four albums in a single yearMarmalade covered The Beatles' 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da'TTT Podcast Quotes"Woodstock 1969: A Historic Music Festival""It's Donnie, Donnie Jr. He was. They had another brother, Robert, and a film producer, Jim, and there's another one, Chef. So there's a lot of Wahlbergs.""Judy Garland took a big L this year. Major L for dying. Overdose, barbiturates.""Johnny Cash, a boy named Sue came out that year.""Johnny Cash album 1969 live at San Quentin.""Dude, imagine getting away with only playing 10 songs in a concert."Support our friends of the show (if you want)Copper Johns Beard Company: https://lddy.no/1c3fvSasquatch Tea Company - https://sasquatchtea.com/?fbclid=PAAaZ1eF4usnIJ3I_vUYf4qye4bNU7zS1A-2EG61x0SNCsCBY31WoCMjK2DswWhiskey Towers - https://whiskeytowers.com/?ref=jALaEM7_LmRwkFPopdarts - https://popdartsgame.com/?ref=beardlawsMustache Mate - https://mustachemate.com/Black Beard Fire - https://blackbeardfire.com/beardlawsDraft Top - https://drafttop.kckb.st/beardlawsPast Ball Podcast - https://beacons.ai/pastballYore Town Podcast - https://beacons.ai/yoretownFrost Buddy - https://snwbl.io/frost-buddy/MATT57465Booze Veterans - https://boozeveteran.com/Beard Laws Studio - https://beardlawsstudio.comWindbag Whisperers - https://windbagwhisperers.comVermont Flannel Company - https://www.vermontflannel.com/?aff=52Milwaukee Pretzels - https://www.milwaukeepretzel.com/
  • 193. Time Traveling To 1981 | TTT Podcast Ep. 193

    01:12:14
    This week on the TTT Podcast, Beard Laws, Burley, and Gute Time Travel To 1981. The boys talk various topics related to the year 1981. They mention Father's Day, shout out to a podcast recommendation, and promote some brands. They also talk about the New York Islanders winning the NHL championship, the Dodgers winning the World Series, and the Raiders' success in the NFL. They touch on the AIDS epidemic, the deaths of Bob Marley and Natalie Wood, and notable birthdays in 1981. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss movies from 1981. They mention films like 'Jumper,' 'Little Italy,' 'Time Bandits,' 'Stripes,' 'Arthur,' and 'Superman 2.' They also talk about actors like John Candy and Dom DeLuise. The top-grossing movie of the year was 'Raiders of the Lost Ark.' In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various movies and music from 1981. They mention movies like 'Escape from New York', 'Heavy Metal', and 'American Werewolf in London'. They also talk about popular songs from that year, including 'Coming to America' by Neil Diamond and 'Down Under' by Men at Work. The hosts also mention the iconic 'Chicken Dance' song and its worldwide popularity. Overall, they reminisce about the cultural impact of these movies and songs from 1981. In this final part of the conversation, the hosts discuss the departure of Steve Perry from Journey, the success of Rush's album 'Moving Pictures', and the tragic death of Randy Rhoads. They also talk about the collaboration between Queen and David Bowie on the song 'Under Pressure'. The hosts reflect on the egos of rock stars and rank the year 1981 in terms of its musical impact.TTT Podcast Episode HighlightsThe hosts discuss various topics related to the year 1981, including Father's Day and a podcast recommendation.They promote some brands and discuss sports events such as the New York Islanders winning the NHL championship and the Dodgers winning the World Series.TTT Podcast Quotes"Milwaukee Pretzel Company: Pretzels that never go bad!""The transition from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan""The rise of cocaine and crack in the 1980s""That was brown brown water. Kind of like what you have to flush out of you before you get AIDS. I am so good at the goddamn transitions.""Yeah, yeah, the movie fucking rules. The movie fucking rules.""That's us. That's us every day.""Cartoon tits. Who doesn't love cartoons?""The fucking chicken dance""The hits that I picked. I found like a hundred.""If he did not undergo hip replacement surgery, the tour could proceed upon his recovery, the band would hire or replace him.""Moving Pictures is kind of wild because it came out on LP or a record, right? In fucking, uh, every song on Side One was a hit.""But, god damn his voice, dog. His god damn voice."Support our friends of the show (if you want)Copper Johns Beard Company: https://lddy.no/1c3fvSasquatch Tea Company - https://sasquatchtea.com/?fbclid=PAAaZ1eF4usnIJ3I_vUYf4qye4bNU7zS1A-2EG61x0SNCsCBY31WoCMjK2DswWhiskey Towers - https://whiskeytowers.com/?ref=jALaEM7_LmRwkFPopdarts - https://popdartsgame.com/?ref=beardlawsMustache Mate - https://mustachemate.com/Black Beard Fire - https://blackbeardfire.com/beardlawsDraft Top - https://drafttop.kckb.st/beardlawsPast Ball Podcast - https://beacons.ai/pastballYore Town Podcast - https://beacons.ai/yoretownFrost Buddy - https://snwbl.io/frost-buddy/MATT57465Booze Veterans - https://boozeveteran.com/Beard Laws Studio - https://beardlawsstudio.comWindbag Whisperers - https://windbagwhisperers.comVermont Flannel Company - https://www.vermontflannel.com/?aff=52Milwaukee Pretzels - https://www.milwaukeepretzel.com/
  • 192. Time Traveling To 1994 | TTT Podcast Ep. 192

    01:06:21
    This week on the TTT Podcast, Beard Laws, Burley, and Gute Time Travel To 1994. The boys talk energy drinks, flannels, and movies from 1994. They mention popular films like Ace Ventura, The Mask, Dumb and Dumber, and The Lion King. They also talk about their personal experiences and memories associated with these movies. The conversation is light-hearted and filled with humor. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss movies, sports, and random facts of the 90s. They talk about popular movies released in 1994, including Jurassic Park and Richie Rich. They also mention the success of the Houston Rockets in the NBA and the Rangers in the NHL. The conversation then transitions to the O.J. Simpson trial and the impact of Amazon on small businesses. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various topics including the attack on Nancy Kerrigan, the popularity of Guitar Hero, the invention of the Zip drive, and the top music hits of 1994. In this final part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various punk albums released in 1994, including Green Day's 'Dookie' and The Offspring's 'Smash,' which became the best-selling indie release of all time. They also mention other punk bands like Rancid and Lagwagon. The hosts express their excitement about creating a compilation album featuring songs from each episode and potentially releasing it on vinyl. They also mention upcoming collaborations with the Raging Pillage podcast and Milwaukee Pretzels. The conversation ends with a humorous exchange and a farewell to 1994.TTT Podcast Episode HighlightsThey reminisce about popular movies from 1994, such as Ace Ventura, The Mask, and Dumb and DumberThe conversation is light-hearted and filled with humor 1994 was a significant year for movies, with the release of popular films like Jurassic Park and Richie Rich.TTT Podcast Quotes"We're not doing it for the likes and the views.""I prefer my energy to come from chemicals, doc.""Wait, hold on. You seasoned your coffee cup?""Yeah, what's the other one? We talked about in the chat, the air up there.""Yeah, Jurassic Park was a giant movie.""Yeah, yeah, I mean, but then so they must have messed up because it does say June 11th 1993 when you click into it after some So I guess I don't trust Yeah, I don't know if I'm how much I trust the list and all the movies that I just went through there""Goods getting a kick out of my transitions here. That's how funny was the why.""Unless it's like Clayton, Caitlin Clark who would give a fuck?""It followed, let's see, we're here. So Derek Smith was the guy's name. He was paid $6,500 to carry out the attack.""The Offspring's 'Smash' was the best-selling indie release of all time.""I don't like it here.""Can't touch that."Support our friends of the show (if you want)Copper Johns Beard Company: https://lddy.no/1c3fvSasquatch Tea Company - https://sasquatchtea.com/?fbclid=PAAaZ1eF4usnIJ3I_vUYf4qye4bNU7zS1A-2EG61x0SNCsCBY31WoCMjK2DswWhiskey Towers - https://whiskeytowers.com/?ref=jALaEM7_LmRwkFPopdarts - https://popdartsgame.com/?ref=beardlawsMustache Mate - https://mustachemate.com/Black Beard Fire - https://blackbeardfire.com/beardlawsDraft Top - https://drafttop.kckb.st/beardlawsPast Ball Podcast - https://beacons.ai/pastballYore Town Podcast - https://beacons.ai/yoretownFrost Buddy - https://snwbl.io/frost-buddy/MATT57465Booze Veterans - https://boozeveteran.com/Beard Laws Studio - https://beardlawsstudio.comWindbag Whisperers - https://windbagwhisperers.comVermont Flannel Company - https://www.vermontflannel.com/?aff=52Milwaukee Pretzels - https://www.milwaukeepretzel.com/