Heavy and Gustav are back to talk bonsai trees, french fries, childhood dangers and all you can eat catfish. In what may be the most boring start ever to a podcast Heavy and Gustav seriously discuss bonsai trees. There ought to be a listener warning that the segment may induce sleep while driving or operating heavy machinery. But they are truly interested in such things and that’s just where the conversation went.
Gus acknowledges Heavy’s supreme knowledge of trees amongst the three of them (even though Ty isn’t there to lay claim to the crown). So Heavy discusses an innovative professor he had in college and the wacky horticulture he engaged in. They also discuss parks and show a general lack of knowledge.
Luckily, some listeners were kind enough to send in questions. Returning to the.270 vs 30-06 question, Heavy gives his answer. Then they turn to their dangerous childhood with lawn darts, battery operated trucks, pop rocks and a general apathy toward seat belts.
Then they hit their stride as they weigh in on the best way to French fry potatoes. Emboldened, Heavy actually ranks the fast food franchises for their french fries. That makes them think then about all you can eat catfish places and Gus wonders if they even exist in the big city. Heavy is particularly interested if anyone knows of an all you can eat catfish place around the Lake Lavon area.
Good dude Ray Ranfill sends an email about Braum’s that fits nicely into french fry talk.
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