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Not For Human Consumption


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Not For Human Consumption

Dec 12, 2017

Not For Human Consumption: A show about everything and nothing. This week, The Punisher himself, Matt Miller joins us and we finally get to the bottom of his nicknames, Wittmann Breaking News, Nuking Tucson and El Paso, Dylan watched Predator for the first time and gives us a review, The Kruffix holiday photo idea, Ticket Surcharges and Fees are terrible, What's the offensive part of man parts?, The ceramic pot store and Tucson antique stores are really fronts for the Mexican cartels, Pruitt's Roost, Hotel housekeeper's are not to be trusted, Dylan and Miller go head-to-head in a movie theme song guessing game, How to tell you're ordering pizza from a good place, We may be forced to watch Wrestlemania, Thanks Mercury, and finally some discussion on the state of videogames.

Next week's movie for Dylan: Ghostbusters (1984)
Next week's guest: Brad Archuleta (Bread)
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