How Important is Nothing?
The guys recall the life lessons learned in ceramics class, and talk to a caller from Amsterdam whose dog destroyed a floor with his feces.
As the show opens up, Adam and Ray reminisce about their pottery teacher, and all the important life lessons they learned in ceramics. Adam then talks about Natalia’s great performance during a recent t-ball game, and complains about the LiveScan he refuses to take. He also discusses his own parents’ lack of interest in his sports career.
Later, the guys respond to a video question about repairing a cracked countertop. Another guy has written in to ask about custom painting an old refrigerator. As the guys jump to the phones, they talk to a caller from Amsterdam whose dog destroyed the floor of his rented house, and another guy trying to figure out how to flush mount a TV to his wall. The show wraps on a tangent about pythons and Jon Voight’s career choices.
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Producers: Matt Fondiler & Gary Smith
Audio/Post-Production/Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Phones/Researcher/Web Engineer: Gary Smith
Ace on the House Theme Song: Jason Boots (hear more music at http://JasonBoots.com)