On this week’s all-new episode, Jon and Megs are joined by returning guest, Dusty. Topics include vasectomies, new love, dog names, and the aftermath of suicide.

This week’s song of the week is, “No Legged Dog,” by Drug Couple

Where A Kid Can Be A Kid

One this week’s extra special episode, Jon and Megs are joined by Cousin Nene. Topics include divorce, suicide, Marvin Gaye, Unsolved Mysteries, Showbiz Pizza and Megan turning 40.

This week’s featured song is Crimson + Clover by Pom Pom Squad

Teenage Negasonic Nuclear Warhead


Happy New Year!

On this week’s show, Jon, Megan, and Otieno talk about health supplements, killing your own dinner, and share some marijuana stories.

This week’s hot topics include the Logan Paul/Japan fiasco, the CDC planning for a possible nuclear strike, and the book, “Trumpocalypse,” which asks “whether God raised up President Trump as a fearless leader to guide America and the free world through a series of major crises as the biblical end-time narrative unfolds…”


This week’s featured song is “Sideways” by Lauren Ruth Ward


Cold Like Ice

CLITeenage Suicide: Don’t Do It.

On this week’s episode, Nan, Jon, and Harmless discuss grocery shopping, Project Runway, The Walking Dead, and struggles with depression.

The week’s Hot Topics include:

Photo Credit : Cebe Loomis

Photo Credit : Cebe Loomis

This week’s featured song is “Hands” by Aaron Taos



Bronies and Sisteronies



What’s up, y’all? Dani is rehearsin, so it’s just Jon, Nan, and Brian holding court. Dani will be back next week!

This week’s hot topics include :

james-vincent-mcmorrowlargeThis week’s featured song is Gold by James Vincent McMorrow. qhl9gL0

Aaron Swartz, Take Two

In Episode 142, “Disgruntled White People,” we discuss the death of Aaron Swartz. And, for my part, I did it poorly. This isn’t completely my fault. Most all of the eulogies being published focus a disproportionate amount of time discussing the federal case against him, which many (including his family) are blaming for his death. And the federal case is what we ended up focusing on in our discussion.

It was a good debate, but missed the point, which is that a by-all-counts brilliant and troubled young man killed himself. And that is too bad. I don’t mean this to be judge-y, but it is hard to see it as anything other than a tragedy. It is tragic that he could not find the relief he needed to make his way out of his nightmare.

Anyway, I wanted to post a link to a much more fitting eulogy, from his friend, Cory Doctorow. “Aaron had an unbeatable combination of political insight, technical skill, and intelligence about people and issues. I think he could have revolutionized American (and worldwide) politics. His legacy may still yet do so.” And this:

I don’t know for sure whether Aaron understood that any of us, any of his friends, would have taken a call from him at any hour of the day or night. I don’t know if he understood that wherever he was, there were people who cared about him, who admired him, who would get on a plane or a bus or on a video-call and talk to him.

Read the full thing here.

Episode 25 : ‘B’ is for “Bully”

On today’s episode we learn that Diane is dirty and Jill gives her weekly “Pork Report.” On a more serious note, the cast discuss the gay teen suicide crisis, specifically the case of Rutgers University student, Tyler Clementi, whose roommate violated his privacy. The group also discusses the Assistant Attorney General of Michigan who is bullying and stalking a 21 year old college student. Also, a OU footballer shows his insensitivity in a tweet. In lighter news Chad Ochocinco makes a oopsie, a new study shows how cool our immune system is, and one woman’s cyber-sleuthing is A-MAZE-ING.

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is holding a special fundraising event called “Strides For Shauna” Saturday October 16th at the Best Friends Bar in Ft. Worth. American Idol Nikki McKibin is set to perform.  We urge you to click here to make a donation to a worthy and important cause.

Today’s featured song is “This Land is our Land” by Slim Cessna’s Auto Club