Flow Radio #3: Fingers in Every PieHarmonie SpaldingLast Updated: October 15, 2014
As you read this, Episode 3 of our podcast should be finding its way to your device and, hopefully, to your heart.
This week, Tim and Jesse tell us how to use Tinder to judge strangers from the safety of our homes, and we learn how to spice up Halloween with a free fedora and a 2-6 of Smirnoff Ice! Join us as we become total human garbage on Episode 3 of Flow Radio.
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Also, as a visual aid, here’s a picture as Ian dressed up as Khal (Karl) Drogo: a costume truly fit to conquer.
Our board was again attacked by annoying—albeit different—audio gremlins this week, so again we apologize for the sub-par quality. Feel free to rage at us in the comments here or on Twitter at @flowapp. You can also comment on the Soundcloud stream to let us know the exact second your mind was blown.
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