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Two brothers from Lansing, Illinois were held in jail for 33 days in Florida, the max amount of days someone can be held in Florida without any charges. Because of the arrest, one of the brothers lost his college athletic scholarship.

The New York Times launched the climate change concept 33 years ago with the article “Global Warming Has Begun…” after a NASA scientist testified the greenhouse effect had been detected. Coincidentally, June 25th was the 33rd anniversary of the 1988 Yellowstone National Park fires.

33 train cars derailed in Eastern Pennsylvania. Luckily, no one was injured and there were no hazardous spills.


33 new cases reported in:Hawaii, Smith County (Texas)

33 people in isolation in Barbados

33 deaths reported: Egypt

D.C. will give you a $51 Visa gift card if you bring someone to get a COVID jab — and you can take advantage of the offer 11 times!

According to compound annual growth rate, the in vitro fertilization market will be worth $33 billion by 2028.


If you live in New Mexico and are over the age of 21, you can AS OF TODAY, (Tokin’ Tuesday, June 29, 2021) you may now possess up to two ounces of nug, 16 grams of extracts, 800 milligrams of edibles and start growing your own weed — no more than 6 mature and 6 immature plants per person or 12 and 12 in a household — thanks to NM’s Cannabis Regulation Act. New Mexicans will still have to wait until April 1, 2022 to buy and sell weed from a dispensary, however. 

Another happening today on this tasty Tuesday was the Mexican Supreme Court mandating the Health Department to begin issuing permits to citizens older than 18 who wish to grow or possess personal use amounts of weed, though commercial activities remain illegal. In 2009, Mexico decriminalized possession under 5 grams and in 2018, the Court determined federal prohibition was unconstitutional, giving lawmakers until April 30th to enact legislation to regulate adult use. Unfortunately, House and Senate lawmakers did not agree on a plan before the deadline.

Yesterday (Monday, June 28, 2021), the Supreme Court decided not to hear Standing Akimbo, a Denver-based medical marijuana dispensary’s, challenge against Internal Revenue Code Section 280E which prohibits tax deductions for the “trafficking of Controlled Substances.”  After the decision, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in his legal opinion that, “A prohibition on intrastate use or cultivation of marijuana may no longer be necessary or proper to support the Federal Government’s piecemeal approach.”

Last Thursday,Governor Jared Polis signed House Bill 21-1317 into law, requiring the Colorado School of Public Health (made up of University of Colorado, Colorado State University, and the University of Northern Colorado) to “do a systematic review of the scientific research related to the possible physical and mental health effects of high-potency THC marijuana and concentrates” before creating a scientific review council to study the findings and make recommendations to lawmakers. After this recommendation is made, the Colorado School of Public Health will produce a public education campaign about the effects of high-potency THC on mental health and the developing brain.

Citizens limiting patients to 8 grams of concentrates per purchase, down from the previous 40 gram limit, and capping patients aged 18 to 20 to 2 grams per purchase. Each transaction is logged and seed-to-sale traceability will prevent patients from purchasing more at another dispensary on the same day. Manufacturers now must include warnings on concentrate packages as well as serving size guidance. More rules were created for patients between the ages of 18 and 20 such as acquiring two doctor recommendations who conduct more thorough consultations. All patients will have their mental health history assessed before recommendations are provided now. Of course, there is still good reason for folks to want to become a registered medical patient in Colorado: the excise tax for card-carrying patients is 2.9% while everyone else pays 15%.

As you may recall from previous episodes of Bowl After Bowl, 54% of South Dakotans voted in favor of both recreational and medical marijuana initiatives on their November 2020 ballot. Governor Kristi Noem however opposed the will of the people and facilitated litigation in February 2021 to strike Amendment A (the recreational initiative) down as unconstitutional. The Judge of the state’s Sixth Judicial Circuit Court ruled the measure violates state requirements for ballot measures to cover only one topic and revises rather than amends the state Constitution, which should not permit it to move forward.

Last Friday, State Court Administrator Greg Sattizahn announced that the South Dakota Supreme Court will not issue a ruling on Amendment A before the proposed July 1st deadline. Medical cannabis, however, becomes legal in South Dakota as of July 1st, but state officials won’t be ready to distribute medical cards until the fall.

Eight strains were recalled by the Arizona Department of Health Services due to possible salmonella and aspergillus (mold) contamination. Please keep the poo poo germs off of the good good.

In 2014, Washington, D.C. legalized possession and home cultivation under a voter initiative, but Congress used a budget rider to prevent the local government from using its resources to create a transparent, licensed commercial sales program. Under the proposed Fiscal Year 2022 Financial Services and General Government spending bill, which includes provisions relating to the District of Columbia’s budget, the House Appropriations Committee omitted the rider and added language to create limited protections for banking institutions providing services to state-licensed cannabusinesses. However, this rider has been excluded two years in a row and wound up being added back into the final package.


Bowlers called in to tell us about the first time they ever lied to their parents, and we want to hear from YOU before next Tokin’ Tuesday about the first time YOU ever came in a room.

Fuck it, Dude.  Let’s go bowling.  #FDLGB

Remember the 10 record-breaking babies born in South Africa we mentioned in Bowl After Bowl Episode 86: Looking at Tom Thumb? Turns out, the South African woman was lying and was not even pregnant. She was taken in for psychiatric evaluation under which the paper that originally broke the story doubled down and claimed the government was trying to cover up medical negligence by holding her. The editor has since written an apology.

A man arrested in Mexico was believed to be a runaway fugitive wanted for killing a husband and wife while drunk driving. Turns out, he gave a fake name but had warrants out for his arrest in Arkansas and Missouri.

Two Arizona women are in custody after stealing more than $100,000 worth of merchandise from Walmart by making it appear their items had been paid for in the self-checkout using the Walmart Pay app on their phones.

As previously mentioned on Bowl After Bowl Episode 69: Some Holy Somebody, FBI agents went digging for a fabled cache of gold in Pennsylvania. Of course, the FBI never publicly explained why they went treasure hunting other than excavating “what evidence suggested may have been a cultural heritage site.” According to court documents unsealed last Thursday (June 24, 2021), an agent applied for a federal warrant in 2018 to seize the gold, which he claims was one or more tons stolen during the Civil War. He applied for the seizure warrant to avoid seeking permission from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to excavate the site which he believed would then claim the gold for the state and cause a costly legal battle. The agent also revealed that in 2013, a legislative staffer acting on behalf of others in state government offered Finders Keepers USA, a father-son duo of treasure hunters, a state permit to dig in return for three gold bars or 10% of the findings. No one has been charged in connection with the case and federal prosecutors say the case is closed.

A customer at a New Hampshire restaurant told his bartender, “Don’t spend it all in one place,” prompting her to look at the check and notice a $16,000 tip.  The tip was left on June 12th but the restaurant owner didn’t share the story until June 21 because he wanted to see if the payment would actually go through first. Eight bartenders split the tip.

After failing to comply with multiple stop-work orders along with an order to remove features around her Flintstones-themed house in the San Francisco suburbs of Hillsborough, the town took owner Florence Fang to court. But she countersued and reached a settlement, agreeing to apply for building permits while the town reviews and approves a survey of landscaping improvements. She also received $125,000 from the town to drop the case.

Living With the Land is a slow-moving boat ride at Disney World that takes visitors through the amusement park’s greenhouses. It’s also the second longest of all the attractions. This lady must have been bored becauseshe jumped off and on the boat four times and tried to steal a cucumber.

Onefamily has received 16 calls from their missing grandparents’ landline — from inside Champlain Towers South condo which collapsed last Thursday in Florida.

Two men sunbathing naked on a remote beach south of Sydney, Australia fled into the Royal National Park after being startled by deer and got lost. After authorities came to their rescue, they were fined $760 for breaking COVID-19 rules.

A teenage girl was rescued from a former bank vault inside a New York clothing store.

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Congratulations to GWFF the KoK, who got married TODAY! Long live the King and Queen of Kent. Make sure you listen to our Bowls with Buds episode (68) featuring GWFF and check out all of the amazing buds who have joined us in the bowl at BowlsWithBuds.com. 

Speaking of buds, we are excited to announce Illuminadia will be our next Bowls with Buds guest LIVE this Friday, June 25 at 8:00 PM Central.

But before then, check outSpencer’s first appearance on Episode 50 of Behind the Sch3m3s: Get Out of my Garden!  And next Moanday, Laurien will be popping her BTS cherry. See you in the green room at 9:30 p.m. Central! 

B00-Bury activated the almonds with a question last night and Spencer shares his search for a new host. Currently, he’s leaning towardCastopod but ran into some trouble opening ports. Reach out if you can help!


Juneteenth didn’t go so well for an Ikea in Atlanta where 33 employees called out after a serving fried chicken and watermelon to celebrate. Here is a link to the full video used for the clip.

After shooting his dad, a random woman at a weed dispensary, and running over an elderly couple with his truck, a 30-year-old Oregon man set his vehicle aflame and forced a Cabela’s worker on her lunchbreak to drive him 33 hours north to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  By the time they arrived, she had convinced him to turn himself in where he was charged with six counts of murder due to Oregon law, one count of attempted second-degree murder, one count of first-degree assault, and two counts of failure to perform duties of driver to injured people. 

33 international teams were chosen to compete in a three-year contest aimed at preserving the Amazon rainforest by developing new biodiversity survey tools and producing real-time insights on rainforest health and value.  Known as the XPRIZE Rainforest Competition, teams will have 48 hours to use their technologies to better identify, catalog, and map 247 acres of the rainforest.  $10 million will be split between first, second, and third place with a $250,000 b onus award.           

Chinese provinceJiangsu completed construction of a 33-kilometer driverless highwayon June 18th and will open it to traffic at the end of this month.  This self-driving expressway uses 5G technology integrated with Building Information Modeling, big data, the Internet of Things, cloud computing.  Holographic sensors collect data to make the road smarter.     

In Van Horn, Texas, US Border Patrol agents rolled up on a suspicious activity call and ended up saving 33 undocumented migrants who were locked in a U-Haul box-truck. Twelve were brought to hospitals with heat-related illness. They have all been processed and Homeland Security Investigations has accepted the case for prosecution.


COVID admissions to KC-area hospitals are up 33%.

33 new cases reported in El Paso, North Bay Jail (Ontario), Maine, Massachusetts.

In Fiji, 33 people were arrested for breaching a health restriction curfew to drink alcohol.

Parents who sent their children’s face masks worn in school to the University of Florida’s Mass Spectrometry Research and Education Center for analysis found five of the six masks were contaminated with bacteria, parasites, and fungi — three of which had pneumonia-causing bacteria. 33% of the pathogens were antibiotic-resistant strains. The test was incapable of detecting viruses.

WHOupdated its COVID-1984 jab advice page to say children are not a high priority.


Connecticut legalized recreational weed after holding their special session. This law limits adults to possession 1.5 ounces and does not allow homegrow until 2023. However, if you are a medical card carrying patient, you can now grow a total of 6 plants (3 “mature,” 3 “immature”). Offenses dealing with up to 4 ounces will be automatically expunged. A 30% THC cap was placed on flower and 60% on concentrates.

Rhode Island’s Senate advanced one of the three recreational bills  TODAY on this Tokin’ Tuesday after it advanced out of the Judiciary Committee last week. Their legislative session ends June 30th but a special session could be called to push it through, as we’ve seen with other states like Connecticut and New Mexico (as discussed on Episode 74: Storm’s a-Brewin’.)

Afederal judge in Missouri ruled against the Show-Me State’s residency requirement in favor of a Pennsylvania investor who sued the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, the state’s medical cannabis regulators, for violating the commerce clause of the Constitution. The residency rule required businesses be at least 51% owned by state residents, which were defined as anyone living in Missouri for at least one year. Colorado, Maine, and Oregon have all nixed their residency requirements but a federal judge in Oklahoma just threw out a lawsuit against theirs (which was discussed on Bowl After Bowl Episode 86: Looking at Tom Thumb.)

In Detroit, a judge suspended the ordinance giving preference to long-term residents applying for recreational business licenses, granting an injunction last Thursday that will temporarily halt the processing of applications. The requirements included living in the city 10 to 14 of the past 30 years on top of having previous marijuana convictions or a parent with a record.

Four cannabusinesses in New Jersey were issued cease-and-desist letters from the state Attorney General and Division of Consumer Affairs to stop offering “gifts” to purchasing customers to skirt the state’s one-ounce purchase limit laws. They are now under investigation for violating the state’s Consumer Fraud Act because of misrepresentation. Customers pay higher prices on other items to receive a “gift,” which makes it not a gift at all.

Two businessmen were given 30- and 15-month prison sentences for disguising $150 million in weed-related transactions for California delivery business Eaze as fake websites and dummy corporations between 2016 and 2019 so banks would process them.  These sentences were far below what federal prosecutors recommended to the judge, which included life imprisonment for one and nearly 25 years for the other.  Former Eaze CEO James Patterson plead guilty to a count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud in the case but was not charged or found at fault during the investigation.


Bowlers called in to discuss the first time they ever saw a lover’s genitalia. Next week, we want to hear about the first time YOU ever ever lied to your parents!

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The world’s third-largest gem-quality diamond was unearthed in Botswana at 1,098-carats.

Florida Man was arrested on felony charges of criminal mischief, reckless driving, and evidence of prejudiceafter doing a burnout with his pickup truck over a LGBTQ pride crosswalk streetscape painting.

A manplanned to propose to his girlfriend after hiking to the summit of the Simonside Hills in Northumberland National Park in England, which according to local folklore is home to dwarves. When the time arrived, he found his wallet was still in his pocket but the ring wasn’t. Instead, he found a hole in the pocket. Lucky enough, another hiker found it on the trail and he got it back after they were connected on Facebag.

After being given a pill to speed up labor, a Denver mom was told an emergency C-section would be required because of a “sudden movement” the baby made leaving nurses unable to find her heartbeat. As if that wasn’t traumatic enough,their daughter emerged with a massive cut on her face requiring 13 stitches. Medical staff said her face was close to the placenta wall. In a study of 37,000 C-sections, skin lacerations occurred 0.7% of the time.

A naked manbroke into a Bel Aire mansion in a gated community and murdered two pet parakeets.Here is a link to the video used for the clip.

Florida Woman was shocked to findnearly $1 billion in her bank account, which had warned her of overdraft when she tried to withdraw $20 from the ATM. Turns out, it was a negative balance but only caused by a fraud protection freeze since the account was held by her late husband.Click here to see the full video clipped for the show.

After a pet chimpanzee bit its owner’s 50-year-old daughter on the arm, an Oregon deputy had no choice but to shoot and kill it.

A British family was reunited with their missing dog– 11 years later.

A visitor to Boston’s New England Aquarium was allowed to enter using a ticket that sat in her wallet for almost four decades. Known as a “late gate” ticket, it was a free make-up visit to guests who arrived too late in the day to get the full aquarium experience. 25 years ago, the aquarium stopped issuing these tickets.

And if you disguise a nature camera as a piece of bark, a woodpecker just might destroy it.


Thank you to our executive producer CW for Bowl After Bowl Episode 87 coming in with a monthly stonation! Shoutout to Boo-Bury, CMike, and SirVo for streaming those sats. 

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 Do you have a node yet? Every podcaster should have their own node! What are you waiting for? Just get in the car and drive, dude!

Check out this article SirSpencer referenced, How to run a Lightning Network node on Windows. Consider Umbrel,  myNode, Voltage, or setting up a RaspiBlitz. And be sure to visit NewPodcastApps.com on the regular!


Rest in Peace, Joya. Born in 1988 at the San Diego Wild Animal Park, this 33-year-old greater one-horned rhino (also known as the Indian Rhino) was the oldest male in the Species Survival Plan of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Joya moved to Salina, Kansas’ Rolling Hills Zoo in 1995 where he had been monitored by veterinarian staff for age-related issues for the past few months.

Add another tally to the Clinton Body Count. This week, ABC 33/40 reporter Christopher Sign suicided. He broke the secret tarmac meeting between Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch in 2016, then published a book about it. After its release in February 2020, he told Fox & Friends his family received death threats which drove him out of Phoenix, Arizona back to Birmingham, Alabama — to Channel 33.

When asked about chain of custody documents for absentee ballots deposited into drop boxes for the November 3, 2020 election, a Fulton County election official admitted to The Georgia Star News “a few forms are missing” and “some procedural paperwork may have been misplaced.” Coincidentally, Georgia is missing chain of custody documents for about 333,000 absentee ballots out of an estimated 600,000 which is pretty suspicious considering Biden only “won” by 12,000 votes in the Peach State.

Lastly, neighbors called for a wellness check on a Glendora, California home after smelling a strong odor coming from it. Law enforcement found 33 cats — 7 dead and 2 that had to be euthanized — and one dog living in filthy conditions.


This week, 33 deaths were reported in Oman and the Punjab state of India.

33 new cases were reported in the Prey Veng province of Cambodia, Kentucky’s Graves County, Massachusetts, Maui, New York’s Monroe County, and Washington’s Clark County.

The CDC updated their travel guidance, moving 33 countries to their lowest risk category which is deemed safe for travel for anyone who got a coof shot.

In England, a 33-year-old music teacher plead guilty to faking a COVID ‘Fit to Fly’ certificate to travel to Egypt by altering the date on a negative ‘rona test PDF from February. An Egyptian airline worker spotted a missing digit on the certificate. He was found guilty of forgery and counterfeit offense of making a false instrument but was granted bail and is leaving the country ahead of his hearing, telling the judge he will be back in time for it and now has an up-to-date negative test certificate.

Also, the symptoms for this scary new Delta variant are headaches, coughs, and sneezing…like a cold.


In 2007, Robert Franklin tossed a pound of weed out of his car during a traffic stop in Saline County, Missouri and received a 22-year prison sentence. But after serving more than a decade in prison, he has become the first 420POW to have his case commuted by Governor Mike Parson. Jeff Mizanskey was the last time weed-related POW freed by Governor Jay Nixon in 2015.

Joints for Jabs launched Monday in Washington state, but dispensary owners aren’t participating. Unlike other jab freebies which require citizens to simply flash their poked papers to claim their prize, Joints for Jabs requires pot shops to set up a vaccine clinic inside so only those with a fresh band-aid can claim their jay. Many don’t have the space to set up a clinic inside, and healthcare providers are concerned about setting up shop in a place that distributes illegal drugs since that could jeopardize their federal funding. Since the program expires July 12, citizens planning to get poked in the pot shop might not be able to get their second shot in time. Participating pot shops will be able to cash in on a tax break for product they give away unlike alcohol retailers, but that doesn’t help much when they are still unfairly facing Section 180E.

Last Tokin’ Tuesday, the pain management committee for the NFL and NFL Players Association announced it will provide $1 million in funding for research into pain management with cannabis and cannabinoids. Five grants are expected to be awarded around Thanksgiving.

Arkansas’ medical sales exceeded $330 million since the market launched in 2019 and last month, May 2021, Maine hit a new record with $5.4 million in recreational sales.

The Montana group opposing the 2020 voter-approved recreational initiative has dropped its lawsuit since Governor Greg Gianforte signed House Bill 701 into law, amending the legalization law voters passed. The lawsuit claimed the initiative was unconstitutional for earmarking a portion of tax revenues from federally illegal marijuana sales, contending only the legislature can determine how tax revenue is spent.

Tomorrow, June 16, 2021 at 10 AM, the Connecticut legislature will hold a special session to determine the fate of the recreational weed bill mentioned previously on Bowl After Bowl. Rhode Island will have to wait a little longer for a recreational market, as the backers of three adult-use bills failed to compromise and likely won’t before the end of the legislative session the last week of June.

Today, Representatives Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ) and Cori Bush (D-MO) unveiled the Drug Policy Reform Act (DPRA) to end criminal penalties for drug possession federally and incentivize state and local governments to adopt decriminalization policies by limiting their eligibility to receive funds if they don’t. The bill also proposes moving regulatory power from the Attorney General to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, record expungement and resentencing, “reinvesting in alternative health-centered approaches,” prohibiting drug tests for individuals to receive federal benefits, prohibiting the use of civil asset forfeiture related to personal drug possession cases, and establishing a Commission on Substance Use, Health and Safety to determine benchmark amounts for drug possession and publish a report including recommendations for preventing the prosecution of individuals processing, distributing, or dispensing personal use quantities.

In 2018, Tampa-based Florigrown sued the state over its licensing process which resulted in three of the 22 licensed operators controlling two-thirds of the market. Six license holders account for 90% of sales. They hoped the state would provide standalone licenses for small businesses and break up the vertical scheme, but the Supreme Court just ruled against them in a 6-1 decision saying the Florida Legislature met its constitutional obligations in enacting a limited-license vertical structure. With the lawsuit over, the state’s licensing freeze comes to an end. It is likely state regulators will issue 15 new vertical licenses over the next six months.

The Ohio State Medical Board added Huntington’s disease, spasticity or severe muscle spasms, and terminal illness as qualifying conditions for medical weed. Earlier in the year, the board granted separate requests to add arthritis, chronic migraines, and complex regional pain syndrome but rejected petitions to include autism spectrum disorder and restless leg syndrome.

In Colorado, 21 individuals were arrested in connection to a black market marijuana and money laundering scheme. They are accused of growing millions of dollars worth of pot across metro Denver and funneling their profits to China through social media apps. The investigation began in August 2020 and investigators have since seized thousands of plants, hundreds of pounds of packaged pot, and about $1 million. Charges range from racketeering and conspiracy to drug cultivation, distribution, and money laundering. Federal investigators found the money cycled from the US to China to Central and South America, then back to the US. Two individuals were allegedly involved in the illegal Oklahoma grow op referenced in Bowl After Bowl Episode 80: I Shitted My Priorities.

Yesterday (Monday, June 14, 2021), the California legislature approved a $100-million plan to strengthen their legal industry which continues to struggle in competition with the emerald market five years after voters approved recreational sales. Grants will be provided to cities and counties to help businesses transition from provisional to regular licenses. It’s a complicated process to get a permanent, annually-renewed license from a temporary one, requiring high costs and developing a plan to reduce the harms of the industry’s negative environmental impacts.

Speaking of negative impacts, Sacramento is being sued by a number of unidentified weed businesses for establishing “Neighborhood Responsibility Plan” fees equal to 1% of gross revenue on top of a 4% business operations tax on gross receipts — even though the city failed to identify a single negative impact from cannabiz operations.

After receiving eight complaints about a growing operation’s odor March 2019, Santa Barbara County filed the jurisdiction’s first nuisance lawsuit against Island View Ranch and Island Breeze Farms.  The lawsuit also claims Island Breeze hasn’t “diligently pursued” obtaining the county and state business licenses to operate and therefore is illegally growing and processing weed.

First Time I Ever… #FTIE

The bowlers discuss the first time they ever held a baby and next week, we want to hear about the first time YOU ever saw a lover’s junk. Leave a voicemail day or night! If you’re voice shy, feel free to send a text message:

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A man from Cape Cod spent 40 seconds in the mouth of a humpback whale

Some lucky duck in Ontario bought a painting for $5 at a thrift store which turned out to be a David Bowie original!

A Kansas Lottery player celebrated their birthday with one of the state’s largest Keno jackpots off a Quick Pick.

An analysis published by the journal Environmental Science and Technology Letters found commonly used cosmetics contain high levels of potentially toxic chemicals not listed on labels which can be ingested through lip products or absorbed through the skin and tear ducts to enter the bloodstream. 

An Atlanta cashier was shot and killed over a face diaper argument.

There’s a petition for Jeff Bezos to buy and eat the Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.

A suspicious vehicle complaint turned up a man stuck in a vineyard fan.

A couple in Alberta, Canada are paying a $500 fine after their gender-reveal party caused a small wildfire.

A White House press corps flight to England was delayed due to mechanical issues caused by cicadas.

Jack Herer told us first, but now the science is catching up since Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute says hemp could save the planet from climate change.

Thank you to our executive producers, Quirkess and Lavish!  Be sure to check out Behind the Sch3m3s Moandaze at 10:30 PM Eastern / 9:30 PM Central. Also thank you to SircussMedia for streaming us BATs and now sats! Sats coming in this week from SirVo, Adam Curry and Dave Jones as well. If you are streaming sats and would like a credit, email us at spencer@bowlafterbowl.com or laurien@bowlafterbowl.com

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Spencer talks about the Bitcoin Conference in Miami and more specifically Ross Ulbricht’s statement, which he clipped for the latest episode of ms. Informed NAtion. Be sure to check out FreeRoss.org to learn more about Ross’s story.


Australian Federal Police and FBI nab criminal uderworld figures in worldwide sting using encrypted app (33 countries involved, 33 search warrants carried out since Sunday)

33-year-old man operating horse-drawn vehicle killed in Ohio crash

More than 33 pounds of meth, $125,000 seized during 4 Virginia arrests


Michigan reports 420 new coronavirus cases and 33 deaths

33 new cases in China and Hawaii

33 hospitalizations in Boone County, Missouri

Washington State is doing Joints for Jabs, like D.C. started back in January 2021 which we covered in Episode 59: Nicorette was Right.


Amazon changes employee policies for time off, marijuana

No Agenda Episode 1353

Podcasting 2.0 Episode 40: Miami or Bust!

Louisiana sends decriminalization bill to governor’s desk

Connecticut Senate passes recreational marijuana bill

Vermont governor signs law providing financial assistance to social equity applicants

Washington state weed company loses legal challenge to Oklahoma’s residency requirement


Another way to return value to the Bowl After Bowl podcast is to leave a voicemail at (816) 607-3663. Every week there is a First Time I Ever prompt. Tonight, bowlers talked about the first time they ever spoke to a therapist. Next week, we want to hear about the first time YOU ever held a baby!


California woman lets her toddler die while tending to her plants

Naked Florida woman wrecks an Outback Steak House

Russian nail salon uses live fish in aquarium manicure

Mayoral candidate gets punched, harassed by dildo drone

Three women on a floatie were circled by hammerhead sharks during their Florida vacation

A mom shot at her neighbor’s dog and hit her son

Two Florida kids have a shootout with the police

A delivery driver raised thousands of dollars pretending to be Barron Trump

National Geographic kicked off World Oceans Day by declaring the waters around Antarctica the Southern Ocean

A South African woman gave birth to 10 babies

BONUS: Priscilla Dunstan Baby Language

Thank you to our Episode 85 executive producers: Farmer Todd, Pheonix, NetNed, Fletcher, and SirVo! Make sure you subscribe to Pheonix’s YouTube channel, No Apologies, for some tasty recipes; tune in to hear Fletcher and Carolyn on Hog Story Mondays and Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Central; and get in touch with Farmer Todd to try some of his delicious products!

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Kansas City’s city council passed an ordinance last Thursday aimed at curbing street racing, which includes a fine of up to $100 for spectators and possible jail time for performers. Coincidentally, there was a livestream of cops chasing the stunt drivers away from Union Station on Friday. Coincidence or media hype?


Russell Brand announces ‘The 33 Tour’ across the UK this summer

Wisconsin DNR encourages ATV safety course for 33-year-olds and younger

Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office seizes 33 ‘severely malnourished’ cattle

Connecticut lawmakers designate racism as a public health crisis in 114-33 vote


33-year-old earns $226,000 a year selling masks on Etsy

33 deaths in Illinois and Afghanistan

33 new cases in Nova Scotia

Overdose deaths increased 33% from the average among white Coloradans 

California café charges patrons $5 for wearing masks, ‘bragging’ about COVID shot

Kansas Speedway jab bribes


House reintroduces MORE Act

Texas passed a super narrow “medical” bill while Connecticut and Rhode Island legislatures consider recreational.

Illinois passes a social equity license lottery bill

Nevada passes cannabis consumption lounge bill

Mississippi Secretary of State won’t push the Supreme Court justices to change their minds on the ruling invalidating a 2020 voter-approved ballot measure to legalize medical weed. Instead, he’s asking the governor to call a special session and fix the technicality they cited to invalidate it, which was the ballot initiative language stating signatures must be collected from all five congressional districts when there have only been four — since 2000. Why have no other ballot initiatives been invalidated in the past 20 years?

A Rhode Island grower may lose their license for testifying against the Fall River, Massachusetts mayor who accepted bribes.


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A Tennessee woman protested the experimental shots by driving through a jab tent shouting, “No vaccine!”

A UK woman delivered a 12-pound-9-ounce baby via C Section

An Italian artist sold an invisible sculpture for more than $18,000

A Canadian shop owner was arrested for allegedly selling a polar bear skull to an undercover US Fish and Wildlife Services agent.

A three-year-old’s parents gave in to her sick birthday cake request

There’s a peacock murderer on the loose

A 17-year-old shoved a bear off a brick wall in her backyard to save her dogs

A 26-year-old Washington man is foraging all the raw materials needed to make his fiancee a completely one-of-a-kind engagement ring and found a 2.2-carat yellow diamond at Arkansas’ Crater of Diamonds State Park.

Applications are due June 18 to get paid to play video games with your best fren

America has a new youngest MENSA member

There’s wolves on the loose in Minnesota