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220: No Toiletries At Tim Horton’s

By Scott Stratten

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In this episode we roll back the rim at our favorite Tim Horton’s and discuss Scott’s impending birthday month. We also talk about Stan Aubie’s lost PIN; the difference, or lack of, being rude and being French; what happens when Huawei entices good reviews; McDonald’s Stunt Logos; how Alaskan Airlines helped to preserve dignity. All this, a made-up word and so much more!

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Intro
  • [00:00:27.27]Scott’s Unfair Birthday
  • [00:02:00.25]Roll-up The Rims
  • [00:07:42.28]I’m Not Rude, I’m French
  • [00:09:58.18]Review Prior to Testing
  • [00:15:22.07]Flipping McDonald’s
  • [00:19:33.26]Delicate Dignity
  • [00:21:52.10]Made-Up Word: Kindermoon

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