Thunderdome

Thunderdome

The Mayor of Sports, Mike Taylor is now a podcast genius! whether he is solving sports problems, exposing perverted teachers, rooting for celebrities to die or telling stories of his shocking childhood, let him enter your bloodstream like sweet nicotine. He'll butcher the facts but the stories are oh so good.... Show More

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December 13, 2019 16 min

As we round out the year, we find ourselves losing a battle with motivation. We try to find ways to keep us from diving into a rut and being buried by normalcy.

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December 3, 2019 22 min

Hutch will inflict ear hole pain as he introduces Taylor to REAL metal music. Music by Arch Enemy, Pantera' Sepultura, Wu-Tang Clan, System Of A Down and Between The Buried And Me. We do not own rights to music.

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November 19, 2019 28 min

We were bound to get around to this as we tell you just how much your kid sucks. Just kidding but this kid does. Rule #1, Don't be a dick. Nuff said.

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November 19, 2019 31 min

One of Mike and Hutch's favorite era of music was the Grunge scene in the early 90's up in Seattle and we will go back in time and reminisce on those years.

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October 30, 2019 55 min

Here it is! The first ever Thunderdome Podcast! We are going to wax poetically about whatever the hell we feel like so...ENJOY!

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