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Welcome to the Sad Dads Club Podcast!  We are excited to bring this podcast to you and hopefully provide some entertainment, knowledge and laughs.  Not just in parenting but in life in general and in no particular order.  



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Gym and Foo


Feb 15, 2024

This week the guys start by talking about some technical jargon about thier lighting.  Gym needs to checkin for his flight.  Happy Valentine's Day!  Gym goes to an interesting show to see Rival Schools and there are other bands he's never heard of.  There's some new Japanese music that is pretty good.  How do you find...

Feb 8, 2024

Crab feeds and making things for charitable fund raising.  The guys haven't won the lottery and wonder how much money makes it to the schools.  The Sad Dads make a visit with Dave and Nat Sampson and it's a good time as usual.  Can you trade a partial dollar for an actual dollar at the bank?  Does anyone use cash...

Feb 1, 2024

For some reason the guys start out talking about dead farm animals, horses, sheep, cows.  Foo has a lame horse story.  Gym rode a donkey in Yosemite.  Farmers agree on stuff with a handshake and that's cool.  Some local areas have a strange mix of new homes and farmland.  Gym admits that he is not farm at all and his...

Jan 11, 2024

This week is filled with sadness when Foo reveals the loss of his boxer, Jax, and he's picking up the pieces.  Rest in peace, buddy. Cats are fickled pets. Gym has an issue with his Christmas tree's lighting. Foo has forced his Christmas house lighting for next year. Foo finds the dripless calk gun.  Gym is curious...

Jan 4, 2024

We made it to the end of the year.  Foo gets his 401k match for the year and it's a sore subject.  Foo gets a New Years Even call about.. cigars?  Gym has a low key, if not frustrating, New Years.  Gym is a bit under the weather and thinks it has something to do with leaves.  Using the proper sharp knife is safer than...