MPH Podcast EP #7 – What Happened to Paper Routes?

We cover a range of topics in this episode from baseball to flag football to the level of stink that accumulates when you get a group of kids in a room.  We also talk about the Nintendo Switch, how Jay acquired his first NES many moons ago and some of the more risque games we try to keep out of our kids hands.  This includes a walk down memory lane to the lost art of delivering paper routes and the Sierra games that shaped a generation of nerds.

Reference notes:

  1. The Pittsburgh Pirates play at PNC Park
  2. Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia was notoriously rowdy and did feature a jail
  3. Sierra Entertainment, makers of legendary games like King’s Quest and Leisure Suit Larry, was acquired by Activision
  4. Our review of the Nintendo Switch

7 Line Army pics from the Beach Invasion in San Diego 2016:

Taking over the streets of downtown San Diego
In the stands with the 7 Line Army
Mets’ pitchers salute the 7 Line Army

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