Did you miss our live broadcast?? Well, here it is. Eamon, Nan, and Brian discuss the mass shooting in Orlando, Eamon’s new car, Nan’s visit to the Donald Trump protest, and the nation’s new rush for gun control.
On this week’s episode, Nan, Jon, and Brian are joined briefly by special guest poet/noise artist, Lauren Belmore (whom you will meet next week). If you would like to aquire Belmore’s chapbook, I Treat Others the Way I Wish I Could Treat Myself, send Lauren an e-mail at [email protected] It’s a pay-what-you-can- barter/trade situation. Support the arts so your brain doesn’t get eaten by worms and wolves!
The group discusses satire, the Presidential election, and Valentine’s Day. Nan also shares what will forever be known as the “Boyd Rice” situation and ends the show talking about Beyonce.
On this week’s episode- Nan, Brian, and Jon discuss the James Blake situation, the Kim Davis situation, the defund Planned Parenthood situation, dealing with internet Trump supporters, and what constitutes “consent.” They also discuss Damon Wayans’ comments regarding Bill Cosby, and close the show with some crazy crime stories. By the by- we will begin going back to a weekly schedule starting September 27!
On today’s show the cast talk about Valentine’s Day, the Grammys, and last Saturday’s art opening at 500x. The cast then get political and anticipate the 2012 election circus. News topics include (and are limited to) this luxury hotel which has been taken over by squatters. Then Jill pits Tila Tequila against Adrianne Curry in this week Twitter Face Off.
The featured song for this week’s episode is “Bhang Bhang, I’m a Burnout” by Dum Dum Girls