On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid, Otieno, Megan, and special guest Sarah discuss beavers, parasites, parasite inspired super powers, and dicks. You know, the uje.
This week’s featured song is “Hallelujah (So Low)” by The Editors.
On this week’s show, Cindy has a difficult altercation, Jon has dreams of twitch, and Regina had a girls weekend.
Hot topics include:
- Betsy Devos announces plans to gut the Obama Administration guidelines for campus sexual assault
- A computer AI can accurately determine a person’s sexual orientation via photo analysis
- A tinder date goes horribly wrong in Shirehampton
PLUS! We answer some listener questions and recommend the following podcasts:
This week’s featured song is “Down On My Knees” by Kitty, Daisy, and Lewis.
On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid, Cindy shares an embarrassing bedroom story and a cheater was caught red handed at one of Jon’s poker games. Hot Topics include a discussion on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, an apparent act of terrorism at a mosque in Minnesota, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s political aspirations, the American Psychoanalytical Association reassessment of the Goldwater Rule, and whether someone with genital herpes has a moral or legal responsibility to inform their casual sex partners if they are currently asymptomatic. This week’s featured song is “Cloud Riders” by Tori Amos. Her new album, Native Invader, will be released September 8, 2017. She will perform in Dallas November 16, and in Austin on November 17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVx2jNxy8lM
Addendum from Otieno : it was McCleskey vs Kemp, Sandra Day O’Connor not RBG, and the phrase was:
“The Court next states that its unwillingness to regard petitioner’s evidence as sufficient is based in part on the fear that recognition of McCleskey’s claim would open the door to widespread challenges to all aspects of criminal sentencing…Taken on its face, such a statement seems to suggest a fear of too much justice.”
On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid, Otieno, Jon, Megan, and Ryan talk about Comey’s firing and Sessions return to draconian era maximum penalties for non-violent drug offenders.
This week’s featured song is “Binary” by Ani Difranco
On this week’s episode, Ryan, Regina, and Jon are joined by Errin. The quartet discuss Trump’s first 100 days in office, his tax plan, and his supporters. Later, Errin and Regina give Jon a “Spirit Animal” reading.
This week’s featured song is “Engineers” by H. Hawkline
On this week’s supersized show, Otieno, Regina, Cindy, Erin, and Jon are all in studio and share a more lighthearted conversation about sex, anatomy, and childhood digressions. They also talk about the movie, “Get Out”.
This week’s featured song is “Rolleiflex” by Blaire Alise and the Bombshells
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 and Regina share their New Year Resolutions and read some listener mail. Also, Jon invests in Bitcoin and talks a bit about addiction.
This week’s Hot Topics include:
- Trump’s cabinet picks are being ramrodding through their confirmation hearings
- A ‘Young Justice’ hero may become the first openly LGBTQ cartoon character
- Pharma Bro Martin Shkreli gets booted from Twitter after he harasses and stalks journalist
- A child finds a porn DVD instead of her Wii game
This week’s featured song is “Future Boy Today/Man of Tomorrow” by Tobin Sprout. Check out this preview of his new album, The Universe and Me via Stereogum and be sure to pick up the album January 27!
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.
This week’s featured song is “What you Want” by They.