Dine and Dash With Larry Miller

Larry speaks out against the dine and ditch. You know, the chew and screw? The eat and fleet? The mash and dash? The ol’ grub and snub? (Is anyone still reading?) You get the point.


And why does Larry always get blamed for things? Whatever the reason is, it must be in his chromosomes, because now his kids are getting blamed for things as well.

Then we get to hear about the day Larry learned he could chug beer and him getting knocked out by a left hook. Are these two stories related? The smart money is on “yes.” Later, Larry sarcastically lobbies for giving Guinness to children.

And finally comes the tale of the enemies Larry is inadvertently making on Facebook. Is another left hook coming his way? Again, the smart money is on “yes.”

Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for joining us, The Count of Monte Sarcasm has left the building.

Quote of the week: “Watch out for lefty.”

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Show Credits

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Logan Moy as Chris Laxamana
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Web Engineer: Sandy Ganz

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12 Responses to “Dine and Dash With Larry Miller”

  1. Manuel
    2011/06/08 at 12:16 pm #

    You’re da man Larry!
    I raise my glass to you good sir, at least I would if I weren’t in the office at the moment

  2. Flatulator
    2011/06/08 at 3:22 pm #

    Great show, but I got slightly upset during the “giving Guinness to babies” story. Why was your wife apprehensive? Did the Irish lady have a potato up her ass? Those sound like funny, mild jokes. Why would people be stunned into silence by them? You should have stood your ground and risked sleeping on the couch.

  3. SchultzArt
    2011/06/08 at 3:25 pm #

    Larry, you sound like you were very “Eric Forman-ish” from
    “That 70’s Show” as a youth. He even got stuck as the last
    man standing at a gang dine & dash in one episode. Great
    show as usual, and it was very good to meet you at Adam’s
    little Guinness soiree. Keep up the fine podcast.

  4. big jim
    2011/06/08 at 5:28 pm #

    Back when I was young and hungry and had no money, the dine and dash was all that kept me alive. I always felt pretty awful but I made sure to order the cheapest items on the menu.
    Except for the top-shelf scotches, of course.

  5. Paul
    2011/06/08 at 9:30 pm #

    I remember those lead ins and outs Do you remember one that had something to do with “RKO” and it had something to do with an electric tower I think.

  6. JessMan
    2011/06/09 at 10:44 am #

    so true about hockey fights!!

  7. Edward
    2011/06/09 at 11:04 am #

    Cooky’s! You brought a smiling tear to my eyes. That Green Acres establishment is where I first learned the word putrid as my mother commented on her food as we paid. Yes, we paid.

    BTW – How about: “Boy tenor: Dolores Van Rio”.

  8. Marty from Maine
    2011/06/10 at 5:20 am #

    “I don’t care if 5 rugby teams want to jump in a vat of oil and sing show tunes!”

    I have no idea how you come up with this stuff, but please keep them coming Larry!!! I almost fell out of my chair I was laughing so hard.

    Great show once again!

  9. Colt Shackleford
    2011/06/10 at 11:07 am #

    My first job was being a busboy.
    I would sleepwalk my way through the day with only ONE thought on my mind.
    Some of these guys are on the 4th level of drinking and think I am the best looking man in the world!
    Thanks for making that terrible existence a self esteem booster.

    Also,how about Boy tenor:Colt Shackleford(I guess at the triple crown there was a colt name Shackleford) But it think Edwards idea of Dolores Van Rio is pretty good.
    Thanks for all the free entertainment,sorry never saw you live,but if you ever see me in person,AND you recognize me on sight,I got a sawbuck with your name all over it.
    That is if you ever play Burnt Scrotum Arizona.

  10. Doodah Dan
    2011/06/12 at 11:56 am #

    Beef Steak Charlies opened up in the same spot, after Steak & Brew closed. They had the same all you can drink (wine or beer) policy. Proud to know the guy who helped close it up.
    Doodah Dan

  11. thee
    2011/06/12 at 4:22 pm #

    dammit, that show was really, really funny.

    thanks, larry!

    –thee
    seattle, wa

  12. Daysi Schmeidler
    2012/05/01 at 6:21 am #

    Good blog I always like them, I myself suffer from sleep paralysis.

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