The Real Life Podcast Ep. 348 – Oilers BOA win, the NFL playoffs, and the Metaverse
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A new week is here and that means the gang from the Real Life Podcast is back with a brand new episode to help you get through the rest of your Monday. On today’s podcast, the guys looked at the NFL playoffs, the Battle of Alberta, the Metaverse, and a whole lot more.
To kick off the Monday episode of Real Life, the boys got started with a look at the Jasper Pond Hockey tournament that’s kicking off this weekend and how everyone is incredibly excited to get on the ice. With that excitement out of the way, Baggedmilk turned the conversation towards yesterday’s Bills playoff loss as everyone was wondering how he handled such a crushing defeat. Getting to some good news, the guys then covered Saturday’s Battle of Alberta win and spoke at length about how much everyone surrounding the Oilers needed that win. Even with that win, the guys on the podcast wondered if the Oilers still need to add more meat to their lineup to make sure they’re not getting pushed around at all. From there, the podcast turned back towards the Metaverse and chatted about whether or not the guys would be interested in participating in events that weren’t “real” even though they felt like it. Lastly, the guys wrapped up the podcast with a story about how Jay managed to get the Oilersnation Instagram account back after two years in the dark.
Listen to the Monday episode of Real Life below:
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- Episode 347: Feeling Pissy and a chat with the On The Bench crew
- Episode 346: The Wheels Have Fallen Off, Chicago Mix Update, and the NFL Playoffs
- Episode 345: Speeding Tickets, Chicago Mix, and Nic Sulsky from PointsBet
- Episode 344: What’s harder to understand: the Metaverse or the Edmonton Oilers?
- Episode 343: Why do the Oilers do this to us?
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