On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid, Otieno opens up his Christmas present from Joe In Dallas and the group talks about butt stuff.
This week’s Hot Topics
include excitement for the Black Panther movie (and a discussion on the costumes), a Trump tweet is seemingly aimed at the #metoo movement, the investigation into the Equifax security breech goes cold, the Dallas GOP sue to purge Democrat rivals from the ballet, male/female arousal response to erotic images and violent images, a supposed BIE is arrested, and all sorts of crazy shit is going on with the Baltimore PD.
This week’s featured song is “I Came Here To Bitch” by L7.
So the audio took a noticeable plunge this episode and will be corrected for the next. Let’s just say this is our “Indie/Lo-Fi” show.
On this week’s show, Regina, Otieno, Ryan, and Jon talk about Will and Grace, the expiration of the CHIP program, Puerto Rico, and the NFL.
This week’s featured song is “Dispatch from Mar-A-Lago” by L7
It’s that time again!!! Happy New Years, dear friends!! In celebration this episode the cast (joined by special guest Dianna) discuss their favorite Film, Television show, Album, Book, and News story from 2012 – (except for the Book, the book can be from any era). Drum Roll PLEASE :
Nan – Mitt Romney’s “47 percent” comment
Danielle – Whitney Houston’s death
Dianna – General Petraeus’s active sex life
Brian – Netflix bringing back Arrested Development
Jon – President Obama winning reelection
We here at Secretly Timid had an amazing 2012! Raise your glass to 2013!! Thank you all for listening and a special thanks to those of you who take the time to interact with us. You know who you are!
Episode 140 : The Year in Review, 2012 [ 1:40:23 | 92.02 MB ] Play Now
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