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Why don’t more bars serve beer in pitchers?

How do you pick a song for karaoke?

What does the word “home” mean to you?

Those questions range from silly to serious, but if you’ve ever pondered the answers to all three in a single day, you’re not alone.

Pour yourself a cup of coffee, crack a 40, or anything in between, and join the gang here at It’s Pretty OK as we attempt to answer these questions and many more. We promise it won’t be boring.

Ep. 155: The Case for Dynasties?

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Last night, No. 2 Clemson took a big lead early and never let up, cruising to a dominant 44-16 national championship win over No. 1 Alabama behind three passing touchdowns from true freshman Trevor Lawrence (two to wideout Justyn Ross) and three scores from tailback Travis Etienne.

It was the fourth year in a row that the two squads met in the College Football Playoff, and the third in that span where the title was on the line, so leading up to the game, there was a tremendous backlash from fans and media calling the predictable championship matchup boring and bad for the sport. But is there actually an argument that dynastic teams dominating their respective sports is actually a good thing? Sean certainly thinks so.

MUSIC

“Holding Out” - Metric