Found April 15, 2013 on Waiting For Next Year:
Don’t worry, we didn’t get overly political even as we talked about Scott’s trip to see the Mets with Ann Coulter in order to do a feature for Esquire. It was all just a ramp to Cleveland sports and some Cavs talk. Ann Coulter at a Mets game Quitting smoking Josh Hamilton and quitting chew Nolan Ryan and his critiques of him quitting mid-season Humans breaking addiction $123 million for Josh Hamilton Cavaliers and trying to compete this year Kyrie Irving and the Uncle Drew campaign Flukey injuries and Kyrie Irving Parsing failure Huge leads and no-shows and blowing games Tiger’s penalty and non disqualification Check out this episode
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