“DeBella Show” Discusses an Ingenuous Reaction to Montana Railroad Incident
The John DeBella Show never fails to find some humor in anything.
John DeBella and Steve Vassalotti talked on Tuesday’s show about the loose goods that resulted from the recent Montana railroad incident.
Were they thinking about the fuel that spilled? No, they were talking about an interesting reaction discussed by BroBible about two local men who heard that some cases of beer ended up falling into a river.
“After a report came out about the stray beer falling into a river nearby, two men got a small fishing boat. They made their way up the river to the site and literally filled the boat with as much Coors and Blue Moon as they could possibly put on the boat.” -John DeBella
If the beer was still good, why not give it a try? It’s a maneuver that Steve called “good old American ingenuity” from the two men.
So many questions still need to be answered.
- How big was this boat?
- How far did they travel up the river to look for the beer?
- Did they enjoy themselves afterwards?
John was right with his insightful statement about making the most of bad situations.
“Certain men in this world can take what life throws at us.”
Montana Railroad Story
The Montana railroad incident continued an unfortunate recent stretch of issues with train wrecks in the United States.
The crash derailed 25 cars, and it included a fuel spill. However, the Montana Rail Link calmed the situation with an official release via NBC Montana.
“There continues to be no risk to the public, no reported injuries, and there are no concerns involving hazmat release.”
Wish the cleanup crews well in an honorable effort after the incident, and ask your smart speaker to play 102.9 MGK to hear The John DeBella Show weekday mornings from 5:30am-9am.