Today’s show contains Craigslist calls, RoyCo Roofing, some weird Uber thing, a very bitter ex-apartment manager, and we personally respond to a very weird voicemail. This show and all related bad karma are brought to you Queen Jodie.
- Thanks for the new intro song, David Citrus Savage!
- tapeacall.com is a cell phone recording service that is Sunshine Approved ™
- Today’s background music is Ali Dada by Roland
- Visit Royco Roofing’s Facebook page for all your roofing needs
- Watch the video for that 1950’s telephone announcement
- Listen to Cactu$ by Kobra
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