You Oughta Write That Down
Adam and Ray recall what it was like being 27, and talk about Ray’s delusional neighbors. They also help a caller soundproof his room and discuss some routine home maintenance for new homeowners.
Today’s episode was recorded on Matt’s birthday, so Adam and Ray reflect on where they were in their late 20s. They also talk about some of the job opportunities Adam had at his fingertips, thanks to one of his mom’s crazy friends. The guys then respond to a couple emails; one a success story, the other dealing with canned lighting in a flaking ceiling.
Moving to the phones, the first caller asks Adam and Ray about soundproofing his room, which leads them to discussing Ray’s old delusional neighbors who he would constantly hear through the wall. Later they talk to a caller who wants to know some routine home maintenance tips now that all of his friends are becoming homeowners. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about the importance of turning the lights off when you leave the room, and Adam recalls all the shitty rooms he’s lived in over the years.
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