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June, 2009

  1. Contact Us

    June 21, 2009 by nick

    Remember, we’re always looking for stuff to rant inanely about. News stories, disturbing new fads, awful musicians, and – of course – hilarious crimes. We’re also interested in feedback. Did you like a segment we did and want to hear more about it? Or are you like Dick Whitman, and you hate everything about us? Let us know.

    How do you send these in? A brilliant question.

    Our email addresses are simply [our first names]@peteglennandnick.com

    EX: [email protected]


  2. iTunes!

    June 19, 2009 by nick

    I hope you guys like the beautiful new layout that Ryan has put up here, as well as the new text features and photos. Keep an eye out for more changes along these lines.

    However, if you hate the website, I have good news – you never have to see it again if you don’t want to. We are now on iTunes!

    Just go to the iTunes Store and search for “Clikit or Tikit”. Hit Subscribe, and then you can find it under your “Podcasts” tab on the left of your iTunes. Or you could just click here. You can then click ‘Get All’ to get all of our old episodes. It should then automatically update with new episodes as they are posted. This way you can put it on your iPod, burn it onto CDs, or whatever you like.


  3. This Day In History

    June 19, 2009 by nick

    Prince MetternichKlemenz Wenzel, Prince von Metternich of Austria is often credited as the maestro of the so called “Concert of Europe” – an era of unprecedented European peace in the first half of the 19th century.

    What most people don’t know is that, on this day in history, June 19th, 1794, a fresh-faced 21 year-old Metternich had an encounter which would change the rest of his life. On a chance visit to a Strasbourg brothel, Metternich befriended fellow brothel-patron, Napoleon Bonaparte.

    In a magical evening neither would forget, they shared drink, women, and only the finest snuff. By the end of the night, a smitten Metternich attempted to kiss the stocky Corsican, but was rebuffed, setting the stage for several decades of warfare that would engulf the continent.


  4. EPISODE 18

    June 19, 2009 by ryan

    NOT TO BE CONSUMED WITH ALCOHOL.

    THIS MEANS THAT WE SHOULDN’T CAST WHILE DRUNK.


  5. EPISODE 17

    June 18, 2009 by ryan

    GET YOUR POKÉDEX OUT YALL TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS WHICH HAVE NO ANSWER


  6. This Day In History

    June 17, 2009 by nick

    Andrew JacksonOn June 17th, 1807 a 40 year-old Andrew Jackson was acquitted on multiple charges of assault and murder. It had been alleged that the future President had arrived in the middle of a small South Carolina village in the middle of the night. Blood dripping down the corners of his mouth, Jackson had bellowed in an unintelligible, guttural voice in the public square. When the residents emerged from their homes to determine what had happened, Old Hickory forcibly herded them into the church and burned it to the ground.

    Jackson was acquitted, as all witnesses died mysteriously in the process of the trial. He went on to destroy the national bank, Supreme Court decisions, and appear on the $20 bill.


  7. EPISODE 16

    June 17, 2009 by ryan

    IT’S MOVIE NIGHT SO WARM UP THE POPCORN AND SLATHER ON THE BUTTER!


  8. EPISODE 15

    June 16, 2009 by ryan

    PUT YOUR THINKING CAPS ON AND GET READY TO BE ASKED THE TOUGH QUESTIONS, MUCH LIKE YOU WOULD BE BY LARRY KING


  9. EPISODE 14

    June 15, 2009 by ryan

    GUESS WHAT’S BACK GUYS? IT’S NOT JUST THE PODCAST THAT I’M TALKING ABOUT…


  10. EPISODE 13

    June 11, 2009 by ryan

    FACTOID: THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PEGS THE COST OF OPERATING A PRIVATELY OWNED VEHICLE AT $0.55 PER MILE