Episode 230

Warren goes Helter Skelter about Charles Mason, Jordan gets the shakes from Alexander O’Keefe, & Chris is mad about Shad.

Our beards go full Skywalker, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

The tree memorial along the Transcanada Highway is known as Charlie’s Tree, named after Charlie Perkins a flight instructor who died in World War One.

Axhandle had it wrong. John Travolta was cast as Robert Shapiro not David Schwimmer. Mr Schwimmer was cast as Robert Kardashian.

 

Show Notes

The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

 

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Episode 229

Warren flattens flat tops, Jordan says no to Poe, & Chris drones on about drones.

Fuckin’ Surrey all the way, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

Mickey Thomas was the male singer for Starship in the 80s.

 

Show Notes

Jefferson Starship – Jane

 

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Episode 228

He’s been to Spain! He’s been to France! And yet he didn’t see the Queen’s underpants!?!

That’s right Hamfisters! Jordan “River Chicken” Pratt is back from travelling abroad to talk Christmas logs, Gaudi housing projects and Rick Steves impressions.

We shit out presents, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

The original Moulin Rouge house burned down in 1915.

River Chicken wondered who the poet was that wrote about finding a warm place to shit. All signs point towards Canadian poet Bill Bissett.

 

Show Notes

Caga Tio (aka The Shitting Log)

 

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Episode 227

STAR WARS… NOTHING BUT STAR WARS. IF SOMETHING SHOULD BAR WARS. PLEASE LET THESE STAR WARS… STAAAAAAY.

Charles “Bindle Stiff” Mair returns this week to talk self inflating bread, space alzheimers, and borrowing bowcasters.  We get Skittle Box Finger, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

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Updates & Corrections

Barovia is the name shared by a number of distinct but related locations within the fictional universe of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. In each of its iterations, the area is loosely based on real-world Transylvania and its associations with the Dracula legend.

 

Show Notes

Gwar – Sexecutioner

 

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Episode 226

It’s the new year and we celebrate with a new guest. Old friend Charles “Bindlestiff” Mair joins Warren and Chris to tell his tragic tale of apartment fires, minimum security prisons and greasy vending machines. We prefer to have a tiny sausage sold to us, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

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Updates & Corrections

Bridge Jumper is a person who bets an unusually large sum on a single horse. Refers to the fact that if they lose they may be jumping off the nearest bridge.

The Bridge is the documentary Axhandle watched about people jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge.

The first automat in the U.S. was opened June 12, 1902, at 818 Chestnut St in Philadelphia by Horn & Hardart. At one time there were 40 Horn & Hardart automats in New York City alone. The last one closed in 1991.

The potato snack Axhandle was asking about was Hula Hoops Potato Snack.

 

Show Notes

Maximum Overdrive – Evil Vending Machine

 

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Episode 225

The Japanese love Kentucky Fried Chicken.  The French love basketball. Dogs love Pink Floyd.  Matthew “Mint Mudler” Kowalyk takes third chair again to discuss J-Facts, explain tonsil stones and force his weird TV accolades up on us.  It’s an ancient dance of manners and etiquette, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Show Notes

Way To Go You TV Show! – The Expanse

 

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Episode 224

Warren and Chris suffer the ultimate betrayal. Jordan goes to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens without them! So The Hooligans Strike Back! They invite the ultimate guest in the universe and they intend on using him!

Matthew “Mint Muddler” Kowalyk takes third chair to talk small spoilers, vanity plates, and Thing burgers.  We welcome every bad piece of comedy, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

Billy Beer was not made of peanuts. It was a regular beer. However, Billy Carter did not make the beer, he was only a spokesman for the product.

Flat Cap was right. Ocean pressure IS measured in atmospheres. In fact, the pressure increases about one atmosphere for every 10 meters of water depth.

Accoring to the Ministry of Transportation, vanity plates have a one-time application fee of $100 CDN and an annual fee of $40 CDN to maintain the rights to the slogan and the use of the plates.

RONA (Ro-Na) name adopted, after ROlland Dansereau and NApoleon Piotte, two of the founders of Les Marchands en Quincaillerie, an alliance of independent Montreal-area hardware retailers who sought the buying power to bypass wholesalers and deal directly with manufacturers.

Randy Bachman insists that the song was performed as a joke for his brother, Gary, who had a stutter. They only intended to record it once with the stutter and send the only recording to Gary.

 

Show Notes

Bumper Stumpers

 

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