This week we talk to President Obama‘s former “Pastor-in-Chief” and longtime spiritual advisor, Joshua DuBois. DuBois led the White House faith-based initiative during Obama’s first term, and has just released his new book, “The President’s Devotional.” The book provides 365 of the best readings and prayers he sent the President every morning and is full of ways to start each morning with grace and joy. Other topics on this week’s show include the absurdity of homestyle restaurants, getting kicked out of the Boy Scouts and evolving the dollar menu, so it’s pretty much a classic episode…

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What is your most awkward restaurant story?

From the single person sitting at the 8-person hibachi table to the massive plate of untouched food at the family-style Italian place, restaurants can be an awkward place. So this week we want to know what is the most awkward thing you’ve ever seen in a restaurant or the most awkward thing to ever happen to you in a restaurant.