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This week, in place of a normal episode, we bring you an episode of After Hours.

John, Moe and Hilden discuss High School: Including line dancing and the power of media, the life of a minor thespian and past hair transgressions.

As always, listen at your own risk.


4 Responses to After Hours 34: It Was a Phase

  1. ilduce620 says:

    Bruce Willis? In “Caddyshack?” Chasing gophers?

    Seriously, John… πŸ˜›

    Great show, guys. I always like hearing crazy high school stories. There were 625 in my graduating class in Columbia, MO and I think I only really “knew” 50 of them, and “knew of” perhaps 150. Tons of people went across that stage that I’ll never see again. Say what you want about Facebook, but it has helped me stay in touch, or at least know generally, what some of those folks are up to. If anything, it lessens the need for the traditional “High School Reunion.”

  2. John says:

    Ha! Funny you mention that. I just listened to the show and posted that quote on Twitter as the quote of the week. What can I say? It was 1am when we recorded that sucker!

  3. ilduce620 says:

    Perhaps you should devote a future show to a re-imagined “Caddyshack” where John McClane retires to a beautiful golf course full of worthless, lazy caddies and how he kills them all on Christmas Eve. πŸ˜‰

  4. Tex says:

    Somehow the image of Hilden in a Lion King jacket driving a LeSabre with the windows down makes me giggle my ass off.

    My high school years consisted of a lot of renting Earthbound from the video store and playing it for 17 hours straight, returning it, re-renting it a month later to find my game erased, and starting over again…building plastic car models (which I totally don’t do anymore, that shit’s for kids), and the Sears catalogue. I live in a small town, so my graduating class was 75.

    My high school years also consisted heavily on learning how to play guitar. I didn’t really want to mention this however because Green Day, Bush, and the Offspring (YA YA YA YA YAAAA) were big staples of my playing and style. Glad those days are over and I’ve moved on…well, time to go play Glycerine again!

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