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Wanye Gretz, Baggedmilk, and the Squire talk about everything ranging from sports to booze to hair plugs and more in this brand new podcast brought to you by the Nation Network. Edited and sound by TheNationDan

Customer Reviews

Good start

I like the show and how you guys interact. The only thing I can complain about is the sound. Sometimes it is really hard to hear everyone. You need to get another mic if you have a guest. Can't be listening to a Strudwick story when he is talking in the background. Or just get better mics or talk into them. A few episodes I have just stopped listening because the sound is so bad. Other than that I cannot complain and look forward to each episode. Good start.

Sound check

Do I like it when the sound is similar to a tape cassette you recorded off the radio? No. Do I like it that Wanye can't be bothered to be in the studio for his companies big podcast? Of course not guys gotta relax 12 months of the year in Mexico. Do I like how Jason Gregor asks questions to himself and then answers them? Gave this 15 listens had to skip through a lot of crap. Hard pass

What the hell is going on here and why am I liking it.

This non-sensical podcast touches a wide array of topics that even at times includes the Edmonton Oilers. The show has seen a massive improvement after moving on from maline hosts Jason Gregor and Jason Strudwick. Their departure allowed the podcast hosts to delve deep into topic that few can relate too. I believe Wanye Gretz' therapist may have told him to start a podcast to air his passionate love for McDavid instead of writing in his lock-and-key diary. I'm unsure but am willing to assume that a restraining order has been handed to Wanye by those who represent McDavid. But that's okay, us in Edmonton support second chances. You, like I do, should support this creative medium.

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