This episode is an Ouroboros. Somehow, everything winds up full circle. Fleas have Bryan questioning his very sanity, Monstark wants people to use critical thinking on Social Media, and we respond to a message from a listener. Buckle up, it's a long, bumpy ride.
This week's been a little rough. Bryan's dealing with a massive flea infestation and sleeping on a mattress on the floor. Yet WE PREVAIL! This week we talk about why in the HELL anybody would actually want to live in San Francisco.
This week, Bryan's yelling at kids to get off his lawn. Then, Monstark's tales from the video rental store! Also, our tips for which shitty pizza chain you should frequent if you're "woke." Finally, a long psychotherapy session. The first 20 minutes of audio isn't totally perfect (it's fine), but the other 3 hours are juuuuust great, don't you worry. This week's music is "Shrunk" from Aesop Rock's album "The Impossible Kid."
This week, it's Kanye fever! Plus Monstark talks of his moment in the sun, Seattle's Creature-Con, more politics, the Dunning-Kruger effect explained, Stephen Hawking's theories of the multiverse, and much much more that I can't really remember right now. I was a little high.
This week, we talk about the tragic passing of legendary producer and rapper Alias of Anticon, WonderCon, Mark's new bestie and road trip partner, tekashi69 and the Icy Hot Stuntaz, Bryan's checkered past, cannabis and politics (again), and train safety.
This week's topics include: Jim & Andy, Hamilton Morris, the Brutal Black Project, historic trolls, memes, flat earthers, tha haterz, and what would happen if Drumpf took DMT. In the second half of this episode we discuss toxic masculinity and what is likely the most taboo subject you can discuss. Be forewarned, the later part of episode is not for the close-minded, and will probably get us our first hate mail. Share, and enjoy!
This week we finally start to get weird. First we try our hand at sports podcasting, and then we delve into the universe itself... including debating whether psychadelics and sensory deprivation can expand the mind and consciousness.