Skeleton Key

On this week’s podcast, Megs and Jon discuss Bernie Sanders, Poker, sickness, music festivals, and the shady practices of some lending institutions.

This week’s featured song of the week is Skeleton Key by Mark Lanegan

Hey You

On this week’s episode, Jon and Megs are joined by returning guest, Ryan. The trio discuss blue lives matter, self-fulfillment, and itchy skin. Later, they play a super fun getting to know you game!

This week’s featured song is “Hey You” by Katy J Pearson

Bloody Rainbow

On this week’s episode, Jon and Megs talk about the ID channel, houses, and why you should always cover your eyes.

This week’s featured song is Bloody Rainbow, by Built to Spill

Celebrate The Void

These week’s topics include stalkers, talking with strangers, and fake altruism.

This week’s featured song is “Celebrate The Void” by Sebadoh

Both Hands

On this week’s episode, Jon and Megs discuss cowboy pigeons, pubes growing on your hands, freedom of Speech, and vagina candles.

This week’s featured song is “Both Hands” by Rachael Sage (by way of Ani Difranco)

Never Fight A Man With A Perm

On this week’s show, Megs, Jon, and special guest EJB discuss the assassination of Qasem Soleimani, the shade of Project Runway, and friendship.

This week’s featured song of the week is, “Never Fight A Man With A Perm,” by IDLES

Beat The Heat

On this week’s show Jon and Megs discuss Christmas,getting older, and the church shooting at White Settlement.

This week’s featured song is, “Beat the Heat,” by Human Potential

Frosty The Pervert

On this week’s extra special episode, Jon and Megs are joined by EJB and Brian Harmless. Topics include non-consensual touching, grooming, and…oh yea…Megs got hit by a car.

Howl

On this week’s episode, Megs and Jon are joined by special guest, Dusty. Dusty shares his ideas for creating a podcast of his own, and the trio share their Thanksgiving stories. Topics include: suntanning your taint, Dusty Cottontail, and blood pipes.

photo credit: Dana Trippe

This week’s featured song of the week is “Howl,” by Alexandra Savior