Gone and probably forgotten, Portland's most intellectually challenged podcast returns for another season! In other words, that day job didn't work out so we're occupying our time by randomly calling up old friends and getting caught up with them after a near-decade absence.
A Class Taught, featuring Sabrina Miller
After experiencing some technical difficulties last week, we’re finally back with a new episode. Topics include: the Biden Crime Family, Catholic parents, blaming everything on the “New Normal,” VIP stadium parking, Sabrina’s new career path, and a brand new device for recording podcasts that even a brain-dead dolt like myself can use.
A Nut Roasted, featuring Sabrina Miller
Everything old is new again.
A Nation of Racists, featuring Cops
Hiatuses are for people who actually accomplish things. Me, I’m taking a break because there are more important things for you and I to be focused on right now.
Oh yeah and f**k Ted Wheeler.
A History Preserved, featuring Doug Kenck-Crispin
Oregon historian, walking tour guide, and local podcast legend Doug Kenck-Crispin of Oregon History joins to discuss guns in deep southeast Oregon, the lasting impact of the ‘rona on our state, and how poorly local television treat their precious historic footage. And if you haven’t yet subscribed to the Kick Ass Oregon History podcast, shame on you, you need to fix that. I guarantee it’s at least 30% more life-enriching than sitting around waiting to trade Twitter barbs with Fake President Trump.
A Gap Minded, featuring Jack Hershman
After a significant but unintentional delay, the podcast returns with a cross-Atlantic talk with my good pal (or “mate”) Jack. Jack is based in the UK, where the fear of rolling ones ankle or “visiting hospital” is far greater than some silly Coronavirus. In the course of an hour we solve the gun violence problem, discover obscure British laws, and ponder our smartphone inflicted thumbs.
Speaking of smartphones, are you doing enough to protect yours? If not, might I suggest you look into a rugged and stylish phone case from the geniuses at Urban Armor Gear? UAG phone cases are so goddamn good, I bought 4. Seriously. Their smartwatch straps and MacBook shells are legit too.
A Virus Born from Sex, featuring Animal Crossing
Flying solo because social distancing made it so. Today’s podcast explores themes of heroism, boredom, and the delight we take in performing mundane tasks when we’re not allowed to do so. Oh yes, and Pat Robertson’s 700 Club is mentioned a few times, so if you’re squeamish at all, you may want to avoid his television program.
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I was paid to like this
A creep in an overcoat handed me $10 to listen to his podcast and leave a positive review. That’s the last time I walk down a dark alley in the middle of the night.
Rated ’S” For Stimulating
I listened and found myself stimulated. Thank you.