On this week’s episode, Megs and Jon discuss the Karen phenomena.
On this week’s PANDEMIC episode of Secretly Timid, Megs discusses a product called, “Come and Gone,” and Jon lets go of a receipt.
This week’s featured song is, Are You There, by Psychic Love Child
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
On this week’s episode, Jon experiences loss, Megan kills bugs, and Ryan teaches children.
Hot topics include the Game of Thrones finale, impeachment, whether you disclose your child is a sociopath to their significant other, and processed food.
This week’s featured song is “People Say Things Change” by local band Air Review.
On this week’s extra special episode, Otieno volunteers at Planned Parenthood, Jon gets sick, and Megan meets someone in “the lifestyle.” Hot Topics include disparate justice and impeachment.
photo credit : Vivian Black
This week’s featured song is “Sensitive Demon” by Grim Streaker
On this week’s very special episode of Secretly Timid, Megs, Jon, and Otieno discuss the highs and lows of 2018, including their favorite films, music, and television programs. And of course, politics
This week’s featured song is “Josephine” by Escort
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.
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John Gold is the poster child for DIY. He has two self-released albums behind him (These Are Color Days (2002), The Eastside Shake (2005)), and his third album, A Flower In Your Head, will be released June 14th on Vagrant Records.
“Baby It’s Your Life”