Episode 23 | Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fe742-d781bb

In this episode, fellow POJCasters, Sal and Todd are joined by Bill Vila at Hoboken Cigars in Hoboken, NJ. Listen in as they puff on cigars and talk on the importance of the practice of sabbath and how that plays out for people who work on their day of worship.

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EPISODE NOTES:

He Brews Segement:

Sal

  • Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew with Sweet Cream

Todd

  • Pikes Place Roast Coffee (Black)

Bill

  • Water

Smoke on the Water Segment

Bill and Todd

Sal

Most Excellent Music Segment:

Todd

Sal

Bill

THE EVIDENCE:

  • Click here for the first photo of Sal and I after we arrived.
  • For the photo of me under the cigar sign, click here.
  • Click here for the photo of Bill, Sal, and I puffin’ and talking!

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