It’s Casual Friday on this episode of the future award-winning Talking Buffalo Podcast as Patrick Moran is joined by Del Reid, owner of 26 Shirts and co-originator of BillsMafia for their weekly chat to discuss all things Buffalo and beyond.
The Buffalo Bills made a few moves since the guys last spoke, signing Mitch Trubisky and Efe Obada as well as re-signing Isaiah McKenzie. Del has a few thoughts on each and Patrick asks him if he’s in cruise control/trust the process mode at this point entering the draft next month. Spoiler alert— Del is.
Meanwhile the Buffalo Sabres continue to be the laughingstock of not just the National Hockey League but all of sports at this point. The guys try to make a little sense of it. Spoiler alert—they can’t.
Also, Del discusses the latest 26 Shirts campaign, one very personal to him as well as well as a conversation about the emotional toll that being in this type of work can have over time.
They also spend time on their regular weekly segments and Patrick admits embarrassment after getting crushed by Del Reid among poll voters over last week’s “Favorite 80’s Movies” category that saw him net less than seven percent of the vote on Twitter. This week they’re doing a Mt. Rushmore of “Favorite TV Comedies of All-Time” and also continue their weekly “Today’s Years Old” where we learn a fun fact about zip codes as well as alcohol ice cream? Plus, did Michael Keaton or Tom Hanks have a better run of 80’s movies? All this and much more.
You can follow Del on Twitter @DelReid and of course be sure to check out 26shirts.com for the latest shirts for sales and campaigns it helps benefit.
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