Gone and probably best forgotten, Portland’s most intellectually challenged podcast, Portland Sucks, returns for another round of idiocy...10 years later.
A World of Hopelessness, featuring the Supreme Court
Positivity is difficult to find unless you're at the 2022 Portland Blues Festival. Think about that for a moment. We've reached a place where the effing BLUES are the most positive thing going on in the lives of the average Portlander. That's sort of sad, is it not?
A Fender-less eBike, featuring Russell Wilson and the White House Easter Bunnies
A post-Easter, rainy day podcast for my 16 Twitter friends, er, followers. Topics include: eBike regrets, a cardboard box full of dinner, the evils of candy and Russell Wilson, and buying miniaturized versions of almost anything.
A Country Without Metal, featuring Vlad Putin
Plague, racism, and now war...and nary a single shred of purposeful art or music to be found. What's wrong with this place?
A World Without Children, featuring Costco
On the 10th Anniversary of becoming responsible, a trip to Costco causes some self-reflection. I'm kidding. I saw a billboard and it irked me, so I did some digging and laughed at how stupid people are.
A Funeral for Journalism, featuring Howard Jones, er, Johnson
Frequent-flyer guest Betsy Richter joins to discuss the slow, painful decline of proper journalism, with a stop along the way to talk about the pros and cons of staying in Portland vs. moving to Mexico.
A Pandemic Protested, featuring Eric Clapton
In which our hero (me) laments the utter lack of protest music in a time when we need it most - and when the only music that sells appears to be old music. But wait! There is one among the musical masses who dares stand up to oppression, whose voice will be heard whether it makes him unpopular or not! His name: Eric Clapton, guitarist with holes in his brain large enough to accommodate your fist.
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.