As season finales go,
Mike – As a professional photographer,
I came to Vegas last Saturday
Megyn Kelly is fun to talk to.
On the one hand, it’s just another sewer line in a McDonald’s parking lot in desperate need of repair. That alone, more than justified the time I spent in Murfreesboro last year, extending the life of a collapsing manhole by at least fifty years with my new friends at CTR Coatings . On the other hand, it’s another great American success story. The Reed family, like so many others we’ve featured on Dirty Jobs over the years, has figured out a way to prosper by getting dirty. Very, very dirty. Every day – sometimes, several times a day – Troy, Read More
Peggy Rowe is going to be 85-years-old tomorrow.
A quick thanks to everyone who enjoyed a wee dram of Knobel over the holiday.
He dropped out of high school
Mike – Be honest. How was the caviar from the Mississippi River?
Here in California, AB-5 is about to put 70,000 independent truckers out of business, along with hundreds of thousands of others who currently freelance for a living. On this episode of the podcast National Review writer Will Swaim joins me to explain exactly how this travesty has gotten this far, and what it will mean for the country if the war against the gig economy spreads elsewhere, which it seems poised to do. I also check in with Tom Odom, whose story should frighten anyone who owns anything that’s ever been on a truck. (That would be you.) The implications Read More
Mike – I’m trying to teach my high school chorus the Dirty Jobs song, but can’t quite pick out the parts. Do you have the sheet music? If so, can you post it? Great show tonight! Jack Lopez Hi Jack I’m not very good with sheet music, (writing or reading) but my friend Mike Gellert is, and he transposed this for me. He also made it into an actual arrangement, which I’ll post in the comments. Good luck! (For those of you who read my book, Gellert was the guy who helped me fake my Read More
In anticipation of the question
The subject of this week’s podcast
Interesting story out of Baltimore
A quick word about last week’s episode of Dirty Jobs