I'll keep this short and sweet. My name Wes and you may know me but my suburban street name Wes St. Lixx. This "show" is my attempt to continue on what Richard "Box" Bachschmidt did catastrophically well which was broadcasting. I was lucky enough to work with him. have him as a mentor and friend. So if you like your personalities decadent, conversations filthy but full of heart raise a glass and not let his spirit be forgotten. Cheers!
The Dino Episodes: Season 4 Episode 1
Season 4 Baby!! We touch base on everything from the U.S. Open, gender pronouns, Alzheimer's and cars with fat asses. You know your typical “Leave it to Beaver” father-son talk.
The Dino Episodes : Season 3 Episode 1
This was a great show to kick off our third season with papa bear Dean Castelhano and the lovely level headed voice of reason (for me, not my dad) Victoria Nelson. Topics included fact-checking/clarification of the previous episode. However, to avoid this situation for this episode we added the actual sound bites from the people we were quoting. So you will hear a little Bill Burr, South Park, Office Space, Chris Rock and more! Topics range from Fantasy Football, who we consider geniuses today, work ethic, accumulating wealth, and practical business advice for idiots like me. For legal purposes, I do not own the rights of the songs used in this episode.
The Dino Episodes: Season 2 Episode 1
The first (technically second) episode of a new weekly series I do with my dad on what I like to call “The Dino Episodes”. Our first time recording from two different states and both of us now have real microphones, none of that internal mic shit. Business, ETFs, How we feel about our names that we were given, and a little bit of “Dexter”. (Special Thanks to Stevie Ray Vaughn and Lynard Skynard)
Fathers Day with Dino
A little interview we did with my Dad aka "Dino" for fathers day. Well, the term interview implies we had subject matter walking into it. It's just us talking about Elton John, Classic Rock, Tesla, Business, Childhood Toys, 90s Music and Culture, and my year experience at a Lutheran school. For legal purposes, I have to say that I do not own the rights to song samples used so special thanks to Elton John, Marshall Tucker Band, Marilyn Manson, HellYeah, and B.T.O!
Apparently We Hate People Who Get Easily Offended
The idea of the episode was Pet Peeves. I should also mention that it was at 1 in the morning with a liter of Frosty Frog, a bottle of Dulce Vida Tequila, and 6 La Victorias (try that combo and it is a delight). So we said "f**k it lets record" and don't remember specifics just about pet peeves and super sensitive vaginas like millennials.
Blow Up Dolls And Cartoons
The idea was to talk only about TV but somehow sex dolls and restaurants were more important to get off our chest. However, being the "professionals" we are we did pivot to even more adult themes like cartoons and TGIF. So order some pizza, a 2 liter of coke like you did as a kid in the 90s (but add some Jack Daniels now), let your mind take a break and realize that sex doll technology has gotten super advanced. (Also thanks to whatever company that owns the royalties/ rights to Marvin Gaye's "Heard it Through the Grapevine" & The Killers "Somebody Told Me". because they were sampled for the intros and outros)