What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
Today’s installment of the audio incarnation of the most interesting independent sports blog has a little something for everybody. J-Dub does a ripping monologue about what it’s like to be a low-level stand-up comedian, then explores the “Victim of Love” philosophy…otherwise known as what happens when all the teams you support suck.
Finally, J-Dub reverses his field on Liverpool head Brendan Rodgers, and even admits he has a bit of a man-crush on the little Northern Irishman.
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BONUS: The article about 1987 being J-Dub’s personal greatest year in sports can be found here. J-Dub only reads the piece when he has fresh fruit handy (you’ll only get that joke if you listen to the podcast).
On that note, Radio J-Dub is normally rated “parental control” for language, but this episode takes it up a notch…Don’t say you weren’t warned.