If you have half as much fun listening to the newest episode of The Obstructed View as I did recording it, you still might wet yourself. Listen to yours truly, Chief, Saler, Hollis, and Brian tackle such hard-hitting issues as Scandinavian furniture, safe lists, suicide by six-story fall, and – obviously – Dick.
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Another job well done by superstar producer Brian Kiernicki and host extraordinaire Chris Hollis. I truly had a fantastic time and was in amazing company. A million thanks to all four gentlemen.
The third installment of our fancy little upstart is available at The Obstructed View.com, or by clicking right here to go directly to the audio.
This episode featured more of my favorites: Tyler from The Triple Deke, Kyle from Babcock’s Death Stare, and Kris from Snipe Snipe Dangle Dangle making her second appearance (BIG TIME!). With them, as always, was Chris Hollis from Motown Wings and Superstar Producer Brian Kiernicki.
I appreciate the shout out in the opening minutes, thanks to YET ANOTHER two goal performance from Todd Bertuzzi. Our good friend Tyler (who is FIRMLY entrenched with me in the Contuzzi Brigade) stood firm on the anti-Bertuzzi stance, but gave him his due (which he deserves). Tyler made sure everyone knew Garon played that first goal like a half-retarded Squirt goaltender, diving for someone “in the eighth row,” which Hollis was quick to point out was probably me. I was in the eighth row… just sayin’.
Give it a listen, damn good episode.
I’m traveling for the holidays today, so imagine my dismay when I receive an email that a new episode of the podcast was available. The first thing I did when getting to somewhere solid was head over to The Obstructed View website, and gave it a listen.
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Great stuff, boys and girls! Make sure you give it a listen. This week’s guests were Chief from Abel to Yzerman, Jessie from Bingo Bango, and George Malik of MLive Snapshots — joining host Chris Hollis from Motown Wings and producer-extraordinaire Brian Kiernicki.
I had an unbelievable time taping last week, and it sounded like everyone enjoyed it this time, too.