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Hanging at the Mall with a Pittsburgh Icon – Edgar Snyder   

September 18, 2018
Summary

it is the first gridiron signing of the 2018/2019 Steelers season and the jagoffs are at the Mall at Robinson to find out the newbie rituals, superstitions and maybe some locker room banter.  Plus, veteran attorney Edgar Snyder “points out” what contributed to his longevity in Pittsburgh and Femme Frugality, who teaches us how to shop and save, has written a book. The jagoffs met Ms. Carrie Collins, our musician, at open mic night at Howard’s and thought her sound would be perfect to kick off our Steeler season podcast. Take a listen!

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Question of the Day

It’s the first signing, so reflect on the first Steeler jersey you had/wore or owned—who was it and why him?

04:11: Femme

Femme talked origin stories and discovered what the best things happening in Pittsburgh during the fall that is family-friendly and affordable. She also discusses hardships (or lack thereof) of being a blogger as opposed to a traditional journalist. Finally, Femme discusses her book that will be released in a few weeks, The Feminist Financial Handbook, which you can  pre-order at this link.

17:20: Edgar Snyder

Edgar Snyder talks about his love for the word Jagoff and how it is so distinctly Pittsburgh. He also talks about how he has become a staple of Pittsburgh culture and how people in the city greet him with his signature move. Snyder also discusses the bar’s code of ethics against advertising legal services in his early days and how being able to advertise has changed the way people are able to access legal services. Edgar Snyder

44:39 Carrie

Pittsburgh-based singer/songwriter and regularly gigs around the city. Has been playing guitar for six years and writing music for three. Carrie can be found on Carrie can be found on Facebook, ReverbNation, iTunes, Spotify. Carrie’s current show schedule is on her ReverbNation page.

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