The Over The Monster Podcast - Episode 34 - The Sad Naked Clown Edition

Sometimes preparation will slow you down. Sometimes, 85% is better than 100%. Sometimes, being lazy means you can win the race and take a nap.

With that in your back pocket, I give you this, the 34th OTM Podcast.

The best news anyone could ever hope to hear could just be, 'That naked clown who was outside your window has left.' It's hard to say for sure, but the start to this week's podcast adventure could just be the break science has been waiting for all these decades. Or not.

Beyond important clown science, we talk Red Sox with fellow OTM overlord Ben Buchanan. Matt, Marc, and Ben discuss the deal for Andrew Bailey, mourn the loss of Josh Reddick, crack wise on Ryan Sweeney's outfield abilities, and generally lay the revamped bullpen to waste. You know, in general. It's a rowdy, over the top Over The Monster Podcast! (34th Edition)

You can subscribe to and/or download the podcast at iTunes and/or listen and/or download at our hosting site, Podomatic. PLEASE email us with questions, comments, peanut butter cookie recipes, favorite apples for which to bob, media requests, and arm hair grooming tips at OTMPodcast@gmail.com. Thanks to Ben for sharking his totally irrational fear of naked clowns outside his window. Thanks as always, to Kahoots, the official band of the OTM Podcast, and of course thanks to you for listening.

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