Father’s Day went down over the weekend. And while it’s my new favorite holiday with Mugsy around, it does make me miss my own Dad who passed away in 2008. I take some time to remember the man and then quickly move on, as he would have wanted. He never liked anyone making a big fuss about him. Father’s day is a time to spoil your own father, for tech savvy dads I would suggest gearhungry.com which came highly recommended from a friend of mine. Without further ado however…
Today’s Five Things Are:
• What Was the Best Lesson My Dad Taught Me?
• US Men’s Soccer Needs One Star to Be Relevant
• Satellite Camps are Bullsh*t
• Pat Haden & Family Got PAID for “Part-Time” Jobs
• The Yankees Are the Twins’ Daddy
All that and more on this edition of The Andy Carlson Show!
Listen to the Episode Below (36:44)
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Andy Carlson is a Podcaster | South Korean Born. Minnesota Raised.
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The Andy Carlson Show is a 5-day a week podcast that talks Sport…. And Other Stuff. The brainchild of the loser behind the Purple FTW! Podcast (dedicated to the pain AND pleasure that is the Minnesota Vikings), the Dad Mode Podcast (common sense parenting in a politically correct world), as well as fondly remembered shows like Andy Must Di, Football Convos with Andy Carlson and the Claire vs Carlson Show. Andy’s an avid fan of TV, movies, pop culture and just laughing and making fun of things in general. He unfortunately supports the Vikings, Twins, Timberwolves, Gophers and is slowly starting to get into hockey and the Wild. Andy’s also a clean foods advocate and flirting with the idea of veganism. Which makes him…. UNBEARABLE to be around in social settings. Whatever happens in the future, know that he’ll probably be behind a microphone and being a jackass about it. Thanks for stopping in and giving the show a listen.
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