Teenage Negasonic Nuclear Warhead

 

Happy New Year!

On this week’s show, Jon, Megan, and Otieno talk about health supplements, killing your own dinner, and share some marijuana stories.

This week’s hot topics include the Logan Paul/Japan fiasco, the CDC planning for a possible nuclear strike, and the book, “Trumpocalypse,” which asks “whether God raised up President Trump as a fearless leader to guide America and the free world through a series of major crises as the biblical end-time narrative unfolds…”

 

This week’s featured song is “Sideways” by Lauren Ruth Ward

 

Episode 70 : Back to School Special

Jeremy Prince returns for another special episode of Secretly Timid. On today’s show the crew check in on Diane, Danielle gets accepted to Contemporary Ballet Dallas, and in irony news : Jon’s vampy high school bully makes a video for It Get’s Better. Hot Topics include : mayor for a day declares “Justin Beiber Way,” Kentucky man goes in for a circumcision and goes out minus a penis, a bridal shop refuses to sell a wedding dress to a lesbian, a Texas man attacks woman and claims to be a vampire, and the Japanese return 78 million in cash after quake.

This week’s featured song is “Poets and Philosophers” by Gray, the New Black.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5tsf4V2MSA

 

 

 

Episode 48 : Beware the Ides of March

On this unlucky day we have Jon and Jill in studio and Diane via the gods of the cell tower. Topics include a kidnapping case out of Parker County, the lost city of Atlantis might be found, and scammers taking advantage of last week’s tragedy in Japan. The cast also discuss comedian Gilbert Gottfried’s controversial tweets.

Today’s featured song is “Moments Like This” by Bryan Master. His album For People Like Us is now available on iTunes.