I don’t know where the title comes from. Brian named it.
On this week’s show, Nan, Jon, and Brian interview local journalist, writer, and musician Christopher Mosley. Mosley is known and beloved by many in the Dallas music scene. Topics include (obviously) music, journalism, the justice system, and double penetration.
On this episode of Secretly Timid, Nan, Jon, Brian, and Jermy interview DGDG founder and former full-time co-host of Secretly Timid, Danielle Georgiou, about her upcoming artivism performance called, Not That Simple.
The one-night only performance is this coming Thursday, and is free to the public (although donations are encouraged). Please, join us and learn more about the people seeking abortions in Texas.
For more information about Not That Simple – click here
For more information about Danielle and DGDG – click here
Other topics include proper flatulence ettiquette, Jon’s cat being in heat, and artist Megumi Igarashi being arrested for her vagina art.
This week’s featured song is, “Poor Handwriting” by AudioOpera
We’re back. On this week’s episode of Secretly Timid, Nan buys a new car, Nan and Jon share their really bad week’s, and Brian says ‘no more’ to social networks. Hot Topics include an 18 year old being charged with involuntary manslaughter after text messages show she may have convinced her boyfriend to commit suicide. We also briefly discuss the documentary, “Do I Sound Gay?” and discuss Donald Trump.
On this week’s episode, Jon, Brian, and Jermy are joined by former regular Jill. The quatro discuss Subway’s Jared, the current Republican candidates, and Jon’s recent scholastic venture. Hot Topics include the Oregon bakery being found guilty of discrimination, a Californian judge who is a little power hungry, a facebook app that lets users know who unfriends them, and a woman in Georgia who won’t take no for an answer.
If you missed the live show…well then, this podcast’s for you! Jon, Jermy, and Brian talk a bit about gun control, why criticism shouldn’t take away from your enjoyment of pop culture, and discuss a disturbing news story about a woman and her pit bull.
This week’s featured song is Daylight’s Gone, by Motopony
Hey listeners- Jon here. On this episode, Brian and I discussed some hot topics (including is one slur worse than another slur), and whether or not the actor who plays Brian Krakow is gay in real life (he isn’t…or is he?). Also- this was an episode from the future–so although we mention Dallas being underwater, this was before Dallas was REALLY underwater (but all is good now).
This week’s featured song is, “New Air” by Outfit. Their album, Slowness, is available for pre-order everywhere- and will be available in the U.S. June 16th.