On this week’s episode, Cindy, Jon, Otieno, and Regina discuss Milo Yiannopoulos’s recent appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher, ICE raids, and a heated exchange between Charles Blow and Kayleigh McEnany.
On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid, Otieno, Ryan, and Jon discuss whether it is acceptable to lust after someone (a white supremacist pornstar) if the lust is solely physical. Other topics include Trump week 3, why people may have not voted, executive orders, SKA, and popular musical acts we secretly hate.
Otieno also shares two documentaries by Adam Curtis worth viewing:
On this week’s episode, Jon, Otieno, Cindy, Regina, and Ryan discuss the latest political conundrums including the Bowling Green Massacre, hacking, punching Nazis, and whether the Democrats should obstruct.
On this week’s episode, Jon, Otieno, Ryan, and Regina reflect on the Trump Administrations first week in office. Otieno shares his experience at the DFW Airport protest. It’s not all doom and gloom, though- cause we also discuss exciting new releases from some of our favorite bands. Oh, we also talk about disaster nudity and the rise in the release of young male Hollywood “private” videos.
This week’s featured song is “Two Weeks” by High Up
On this week’s episode, Jon, Otieno, and Regina are joined by Erin, one of Jon’s oldest friends. Topics include the women’s march, the inauguration, Erin’s job as a flight attendant, and alternative facts.
photo by Cortney Armitage
This week’s featured song is “Clowns” by Harsh Crowd
On this week’s episode, Jon, Cindy, and Ryan prepare for the red invasion. Hot Topics include Trump’s press conference, pizzagate, and a man in Switzerland being convicted for rape for removing a condom during sex and not informing his partner.
On this week’s special episode, Jon is joined by three friends from high school. Conversations include approaching middle age, reflections on your twenties, plastic surgery, capital punishment, and Jeff Goldblum’s penis.
Photo Credit : Alexander Black
This week’s featured song is “What you Want” by They.