The Dawg Gone Podcast Show 52 is ready...and STILL doesn't want to talk about it.

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There are a lot of awesome things about blogging, podcasting, and tweeting. We all get to interact with you guys, have worthwhile (and sometimes ridiculous) discussions, and generally have a good time. Then, you get the crap beaten out of you by South Carolina, and the last thing you want to do is talk about it, much less dissect it.

However, that's what Kyle and I do. We fight the good fight of waxing Dawg Poetic so you don't have to. In this week's episode, we look at the nuclear fallout from the South Carolina game, and it's not pretty. In other news, we do discuss how tears really add that extra personal touch to your Gordo's Cheese Dip.

Speaking of which, remember to visit our fine sponsor, Gordo's Cheese Dip at their homepage, Facebook, and Twitter.

Now, let's not keep you waiting and give you some links to check out:

To listen, SUBSCRIBE, review and rate the episode on iTunes, click here.

To stream the episode in MP3 format, click here. To save it, use "right click, save as."

To listen on Stitcher Radio click here.

To email me about the podcast, click here.

To subscribe to the podcast with your RSS reader, copy this link.

As always, you can listen to the entire episode via the player at the bottom of this post.

Until next time kids.

Be safe.

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