Matt talks about clay, the stuff you make bricks with. Chris talks about Clay, the dude with 16 counties named after him but otherwise a perennial (presidential) loser. Matt exposes other popular counties (you may want to avert your ears). Chris finds it curious that the popularity of OJ Simpson’s original lawyers far exceeds that of many other criminals. Matt calls Time Out on Chunky Gal Mountain.
Clay County rings in the New Years with an annual Opossom Drop.
You can watch the Opossom drop without harming animals:
Chris and Matt listen to Oasis’ (What’s the Story) Morning Glory.
The Lords Proprietors make a triumphant return. Matt discusses the type of people residing in Shaftesbury. Chris talks about a few famous residents of Chowan County that went on to get their own county (names). Matt talks about presidential crimes, misdemeanors, and the beaches of Chowan County. Chris talks about the surprisingly broad array of tea parties.
A derogatory take on the Edenton Tea Party
Chris explains why there is a dead fish on the Chowan County seal.
Matt and Chris listen to Bikini Kill’s The Singles from 1998.