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So this show “Tripping Over The Barrel” is trolling the original show on Digital Wildcatter’s called “Flipping The Barrel”, which is hosted and ran by two women in the oil and gas industry. Not sure why Jeromy Funk and Tim Loser think it is okay to be this sexist. After listening to their show for the 4 minutes I could stand, I suspect that they just were not smart enough to come up with an original name on top of being bigots. more
Just like Oil and Gas Startups, this show has fake reviews! Between May 29 and Oct. 6th you had zero reviews. Then exactly like Oil and Gas Startups on Oct. 7 you had 12 reviews, which are obviously fake. And the pattern repeats itself over and over. Where is your integrity? What else in your show is fake, the guest stories? Your stories? What? What happened to just putting out quality content and letting your audience leave real and honest reviews? And by the way NOBODY leaves reviews on a revi... more
Informative and interesting!
Oil is life. This podcast keeps me in the loop!
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Tripping Over the Barrel launched 2 years ago and published 83 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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