Daily Show: January 1, 2013 | January 1, 2013 | Daily Show | 5 Comments http://media.blubrry.com/wagztail/p/wagztail.com/files/2013/01/20130101.mp3Podcast: Download (14.4MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSHappy new year! 2012 has passed, and 2013 is upon us as we kick off the year with an episode not about resolutions. Hosts: Levi, Syruss, Wolfin Podcast image by Dez Pain Tags:2013, Levi, New Year, Syruss, Wolfin Related Posts Daily Show: November 16, 2012 No Comments | Nov 16, 2012 Daily Show: December 3, 2012 No Comments | Dec 3, 2012 Daily Show: Gaming Consoles 1 Comment | Oct 12, 2012 Daily Show: Whose Plans Prevail? 6 Comments | Oct 18, 2012 About The Author 5 Comments Yurei January 1, 2013 Reply Of course Syruss would prefer tea. Also what forum were you speaking of. I would like to check it out. I dream of absolutely random stuff that I can never remember. I was just commenting on your random conversations. Levi Wolstrom January 4, 2013 Reply What’s wrong with tea? Tea is good, better than coffee. I don’t remember which forum we talked about either. Yurei January 4, 2013 Reply I just have bad experience with tea. Every time I have gotten it in the past it was weak and did not taste good so eventually I gave up on it. Levi Wolstrom January 5, 2013 Reply What kinds did you try? Some are better than others. Then there’s the matter of people not brewing the tea long enough. If I’m just brewing enough for a small cup, about four minutes is good, but if I’m brewing at least two to three liters of sweet tea, then I will let it sit for at least thirty minutes, even an hour. Yurei January 5, 2013 I can’t remember what kinds I have tried. I like ice tea though. Does that count? Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.