The Montreal podcast that is back in isolation returns to talk about sports.

As Chris Venditto continues his mission to work his way into sports talk radio we bring back “Go Quarantine Yourself” to talk about sports and Succession.

This is a fun, free wheeling conversation between myself and Venditto that spans the wide world of sports during a pandemic. We talk (obviously) about the resurgence of Covid-19 that has rendered a show about plugging other shows a little useless, discuss whether or not any athletes should go to the Olympics (probably not), review what 2021 has been like for our beloved Montreal Canadiens and then dig into one of the best television shows on the air right now: Succession.

Stay tuned for our next episode which will of course be our annual holiday sh!t show. Were we looking forward to getting together in person to get drunk and ramble on mic for an hour? Of course we were. But it looks like we will probably be recording this year’s edition remotely… again.

Stay safe everyone. Support local business and local artists and all that so that we have all of those wonderful things when this thing is finally over.

*sigh*

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Credit Where Credit is Due

As always, a big thank you to the providers of our theme song: Aural Turpitude!

Chris Venditto is another funny person in Montreal who you can see all over the place and if you don’t want to miss him take the stage you should follow him on all the socials. He’s @chrisvenditto on Twitter and Instagram so you should follow him on those two things. He also produces shows with the guys at Perfect Bite Productions who you should also follow on Instagram and on Facebook.

Keith does all sorts of things here on 9to5.cc, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and sometimes blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.

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