This one is not as tame as the others have been, but it is pretty darned funny. Mostly because Mike, Randy and Dave discuss the interactions with some knuckleheads they’ve come across in their years in endurance sports. The guys even admit to their own episodes of douchbaggery. Have fun with this one as you listen. That’s the point of the episode, to have some fun.
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