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Not For Human Consumption


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Not For Human Consumption

Jan 30, 2018

Not For Human Consumption: A show about everything and nothing. Dave is out this week, so we have our friend Cole filling in for him. This week starts with a search for a certain adult video, Cole's beer preferences, Who exactly is 'Mesa Batman'?, NFHC does Sacramento and we visit an apocalyptic Walmart, Spilling beer in Las Vegas, Wrestlemania talk, Dylan trains for the 'Dad Beer Dave Classic', This week's installment of "What Makes Dave Mad This Week?" featuring Cole, A lifting competition that never was, Allan ruins Matt's flight, Dylan review's 'Starship Troopers', Suddenly John Cena, Cole gives advice on approaching women, and finally a quick Star Wars conversation. We finish up the episode with a track by "The Atlas Moth" called "Galactic Brain".

Dylan's movie homework this week: Lethal Weapon

The Atlas Moth: