Paddy Houlihan, Bill Houlihan, and Clay O’Brien
Fox’s Pizza, Guinness, the Cork and Kerry Irish Pub and Flood Brothers Disposal present The Houli’s Hooley with Bill and Paddy Houlihan. Clay will return next week and we send our condolences to him and his family during their recent bereavement. Paddy and Bill begin this week’s show by discussing the latest scuffle they had about Bill’s apartment being used as the company office. He’s even thinking of installing cameras.. Does anyone know if we can stop wearing masks if we’re vaccinated? “I wanna get vassinated!” – Paddy. What is a vassination, you ask?… It’s a southern massage! The brothers discuss some of the covid changes that we expect to see this summer. Sometimes you just have to ask yourself – “Is this a covid quirk or a lifestyle choice? Fun fact: Vaseline used to be known as rod wax! People are pumping gas into plastic bags because there’s a gas shortage.. what is going on?! “I’ve seen the rising prices at the pump..” is a lyric from upcoming singer Bruce Springstin’s latest song called “I Don’t Know My Party Anymore”. Then we take a musical break with “Swamp” by Talking Heads. Sports Talk with focus on baseball and the highest paid sports stars in 2020. Bill talks about his new love for in-store deals. Paddy speculates that “Bill is doing candy meth and stocking up on tortilla chips!”. We take another musical break with “Out of Control” by U2. Celebrity gossip from Paddy with focus on Ben Affleck’s rekindled romance with Jennifer Lopez. ‘Shakespeare gets a vassination” is their newest stage play set in Nashville starring William Shakespeare himself. The guys guess celebrity email addresses and Paddy explains what a ‘Baffleck’ is. Doping at the horse races -these race horses must be ectomorphing too! Bill is heading off on a fishing trip next week and the guys look forward to the week ahead. We end another interesting one with “Neutron Dance” by The Pointer Sisters. Be sure to check out our online movie fundraiser here!
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