Bad Roys Bad Roys Whatcha Gonna Do

v18

Ben from Australia sponsors and fully supports the idea of prank calling police stations.   In this show I also tell a few stories of illegal adventures and I finally get to tell a kid to shut the fuck up.

This is a SECRET SHOW!  So if you see this you’re you’re hopefully a contributor to PLA.  THANKS!  To listen to this show, you can secret podcast feed.  There will also be an embedded YouTube video below that I’m sure you won’t share with dirty non contributing hobos.

I noticed while updating the secret feeds that I’m stupid and broke the links to the old secret shows when I moved servers awhile back.  Sorry about that!  Nobody complained about it, so I guess nobody noticed.  Hopefully a few of you notice this new show.

  •  Visit our Richard Cardo fan page and maybe I’ll have fixed the links by now
  • Read the Rules of Prank Calling, so you know never to prank police stations.
  • Ebaum’s World Dot Com by Lemon Demon, or whatever the hell he called himself back in the days before displaying other peoples’ work next to advertisements was completely acceptable.

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Brad Carter

I run this town.

3 thoughts on “Bad Roys Bad Roys Whatcha Gonna Do

  • March 23, 2015 at 12:37 am
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    Yay! More secrets! Speaking of secrets, you could use the android app “dtmf transceiver” to find out that most people actually press 2 when they hear the chilipepper correctional facility announcement.

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  • March 29, 2015 at 12:00 pm
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    Pshhh, I can tell the different between a 1 and a 2.

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  • April 9, 2015 at 3:44 pm
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    Ahh, the good old days before displaying other peoples’ work next to advertisements was completely acceptable.

    Reply

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