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  • From Junky to Funky opener
  • Listener Call Catch-up Part II
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15 Responses to “Five Hundy by Midnight 180: Listener Call Catch-up Part II”

  1. 1 Chris from Santa Cruz

    Four Seasons to Mandalay Bay Elevator Question:

    There is a private three elevator core that is near the Mandalay Bay elevator core. It’s just around the corner from it, closer to the taxi stand entrace. There’s a button on the Four Seasons elevator that will let you off at the Mandalay Bay Casino level.

    It’s only another…oh…45 feet or so from the Mandalay Bay elevators. You’d never know they were there unless you were actively looking for them. The Four Seasons elevator core is protected by your room key.

  2. 2 Chris from Santa Cruz

    Also, I didn’t die, but good God, I certainly felt like I was going to.

    On a side note, I’m totally embarassed by my call. Man I sound like an asshole. Drunk dial remorse?

  3. 3 Randy in Minnesota

    We really need a White Castle in Vegas. That’s one of two things I miss about Minnesota…the other being Summit beer. Sure, we can get Leinenkugel’s here, but it’s just not the same. I do NOT miss the winters, and I certainly won’t mind not being there for the one that starts…when? Next week?

  4. 4 Randy in Vegas

    We really need a White Castle in Vegas. That’s one of two things I miss about Minnesota…the other being Summit beer. Sure, we can get Leinenkugel’s here, but it’s just not the same. I do NOT miss the winters, and I certainly won’t mind not being there for the one that starts…when? Next week?

  5. 5 Randy in Vegas

    Hrm. We need a device by which we can delete our own comments and not look so much the tard. Think about it over the long, icy winter. 😉

  6. 6 Darran

    Yep with you there Randy. A couple of times I have re-read my comments and wished I could edit them due to grammar bad.

  7. 7 Ken

    I made it through the night and into the morning. It was a fantastic weekend. I hadn’t remembered that call until I heard it this week. To change the subject entirely I am curious to know what kind of beer Michelle likes to drink. I’m a big beer drinker and always enjoy trying something new. Any recommendations?

  8. 8 Tim

    She drinks Busch Light exclusively.

  9. 9 Michele

    Right.

    Lately I’ve been enjoying anything by Flying Dog. They make great beer, plus their packaging is entertaining.

    I tend to gravitate towards Hefeweizens (Pyramid Hefeweizen is quite good), but away from pale ales due to the harsher finish.

    I like a good porter too. The local Surly brewery works wonders, especially the Surly Bender.

    I also enjoy Blue Moon. They make a seasonal pumpkin ale that should be appearing in stores any day now (although Tim will remind me that I still have 3 bottles of Trader Joe’s pumpkin beer in the fridge from last year that I should probably dispose of before buying more).

  10. 10 Michele

    Oh, and I’d fly to Atlantic City again just for the Yuengling alone.

  11. 11 Ken

    Blue Moon is certainly delicious. Thursday nights it is my standing order at my local bar. It’s on special for 2.50 a pint 🙂 I am also looking forward to the pumpkin ale. Have you tried Samuel Smith’s Oatmeal Stout?

  12. 12 Michele

    Ooh, I haven’t but I’ll put it on my list of things to try.

  13. 13 Randy in Vegas

    I can’t think of a better product than Bud Light. It’s great for removing stubborn paint from wood surfaces, and it will clean carpets like it’s nobody’s business. I wouldn’t drink it though…that shit’s toxic. But don’t get any on your hands, and if you get any on your pets they’ll have to be put to sleep…just so they don’t go on a murderous rampage. Can’t have any of that 28 Days Later action going on.

  14. 14 Scoot

    Yuengling is now also brewed in Tampa so the Deep South is enjoying this fine beer.

  15. 15 Phil G

    I wouldn’t normally lower myself to Bud Light but those bastards at the House of Blues snared me with a $20 all-you-can-drink wristband. In my already inebriated state this seemed like the best idea ever.

    The incoherent bit in my call was about the four hour free bar at our wedding reception at Maggiano’s, which may go some way to explaining the above.

    Impressed with the Hefeweizen talk, my favourite is Franziskaner, which is only recently easily available in the UK.


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