Episode 43 – Birthday Parties As A Child vs Birthday Parties As Adults, Cake (the dessert) vs. Cake (the alt-rock band), Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland vs Al Borland from Home Improvement – Evil Twin/Westbrook Imperial Mexican Biscotti Cake Break

Published on Thursday, February 8th, 2018

In Episode 43 (our Richard petty episode) we celebrate another trip around the sun for Patrick. In his honor we first take a trip down memory lane and talk about birthday parties as a child vs. birthday parties as adults. We then transition to chatting about Cake (the dessert) vs. Cake (the alt-rock band) which ultimately devolves into Steve calling Patrick’s dessert preferences trash. Finally, Patrick reveals that he shares a birthday with Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland, leading to a deep philosophical debate about whether we’d rather be nu-metal guitarist Wes Borland or the flannel wearing, mini-golf loving Al Borland from Home Improvement.

Beer of the Week is Evil Twin/Westbrook Imperial Mexican Biscotti Cake Break, which is infinitely better than the cake we ate for Patrick’s birthday.

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Patrick Farrar


Patrick was born on a frigid midwestern night and was poised for radio success. From a young age he was told he was built for radio and the future of the medium. Some scholars say his ancestors are direct descendants of the Norse god Odin and pop legend Fergie. Along with graduating magna cum laude from Subway U he is thought to be the father of the modern day panini. In his spare time he enjoys moderate distance walks on the beach, debating whether his personality is more of Diddy or Jermaine Dupri, and the musical stylings of Fastball.

Steve Hombaker


Steve was born and raised in a suburb of Chicago (excellent). His achievements include multiple Waukegan City Softball Championships, a robust 180 bowling average, and a 2nd place finish in his 5th grade geography bee. He is believed to have one of the largest collections of stadium souvenir cups in the lower 48 states. In 2015 he loaded up his wagon with supplies, floated across several rivers, and settled on a nice homestead in California (Oregon is SOOOO 1843). Likes: breakfast cereals, dystopian fiction, constructive feedback Dislikes: ham salad, CBS sitcoms, vigorous stretching.

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