Tagged: Greg Dziadosz

Episode 141 - Raiders of the Lost Drunk

Raiders of the Lost Drunk

Brian and Melissa are joined by Craig, Greg, Beth and Simple Nate for our 2nd Annual recap Greg’s Birthday Bus Trip Bash™.

Greg’s Birthday Bus Trip Bash™ – A Gallery

Each of the past three years, The Unadulterated BS Podcast has been privy to the happens and going on of the annual Greg’s Birthday Bus Trip Bash™. Here are some photos associated with that event that were taken by our historian, Craig Wilkinson.

On Public Assistance

A few weeks ago, we discussed The Games People Play. On this episode of The Unadulterated BS Podcast, we are the people and the game is Public Assistance. Join us as we traverse the Able-Bodied Welfare Recipient Promenade in this special podcast edition.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

The new year is right around the corner. The Unadulterated BS Podcast is here to ring in the new year with a spoiler-filled discussion about Star Wars: The Last Jedi and a look back at the year in This Week in BS.

Holiday Hijinks

Holiday Hijinks

Season’s greetings and happy holidays from The Unadulterated BS Podcast. Brian, Mel and our guests Greg and Craig ring in the holidays as only we can… With Holiday Hijinks.

The Unadulterated BS Podcast - 135 - The Games People Play

The Games People Play

When you’re going to bring up things like offensive board games and house partying bros, then you have to bring in our favorite guests, Nate and Greg. Now, with even more Craig!

Vol. IV, Episode 11 - Bound by Duty

Vol. IV, Episode 11 – Bound by Duty

We’re back after a longer then usual delay. In this episode, we discuss one of the many reasons for our recent absence, a prolonged stint of jury duty for your fearless host/producer, Brian Dunkel.

Vol. IV, Episode 07 - Simple Nate

Vol. IV, Episode 07 – Simple Nate

As Greg and Nate return for a second appearance we coin a new nickname for one of our guests, Simple Nate. There really isn’t anything more to say for this episode except that you should listen right away before it disappears in a flurry of lawsuits.