February 2015

Sneaky Dragon Episode 169

by David Dedrick on February 28, 2015


Halloooooo, Sneakers! Let’s start the week with a spectacular publicity fail; in opposite news, Compleatly Beatles is mentioned in the NME and David is well chuffed; it turns out hilarious corporal punishment is okay; maybe one day we’ll all understand the hard realities of parking lots; burn your credit cards; some simple advice for public speaking; don’t get into a van with strangers – unless you’re Dave; Ian seems to be contemplating a career change and has some strong metaphors for Sneaky Dragon; bears are hard to read; the Oscars suck; the Oscars are great; and Dave is an Oscar phony; and, finally, some good, safe workplace practices.

Thanks for listening.


Sneaky Dragon Episode 168

February 21, 2015
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G’day, Sneakeroos! This week on Sneaky Dragon you can learn Dave’s mnemonic device for remembering his name; possibly true facts about Smokey the Bear; how Dave blew it; Ian’s guide to inhuman human interactions; Ian and Dave’s feelings about the anti-vaccine movement; a terrible, horrible medical experiment that Dave had never heard of; Ian’s thoughts […]

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Sneaky Dragon Episode 167

February 14, 2015
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Guten tag, Schneakers! This week Ian and Dave were so excited to do the show that they started the show before the show started! To talk about pop. The drink, not the music. Well, it can’t all be magical. Also discussed this week: Ian answers the question: What is Sneaky Dragon? Ian and Dave go […]

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Sneaky Dragon Episode 166

February 7, 2015
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Buon giorno, Sneakercinos! A new week brings us a new episode of Sneaky Dragon. This week Ian and Dave discuss the weather – no, really; begin an argument from last week again – Dave just won’t let go of that bone; they discuss the Academy Awards – interestingly, NOT the Academy Awards that are just […]

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