Episode 24: A Sine of Things to Cum

Mar 29, 2017

The gang talks automation, the ramifications, and Universal Basic Income as a possible safety net. Derek believes the future means floating fatties, while Brian just wants to get beamed to the starship Enterprise. Also, something about sex bots, and if it’s cool to shoot them in the face. They prefffffff

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Episode 23: The Shit Hits the Fan (Part Deuce)

Mar 22, 2017


Derek, Brian and Keri reunite (and it feels so good) to hear tales of shitty diapers from (new father) Brian. The gang tells other shitty tales of a Trump presidency, and bitches about liberals treating everything like Chicken Little. It’s a movement you’ll want to sit down and strain for.

Episode 22: Occupy Lazy Street

Nov 29, 2016

Derek and Keri think Brian hates protest because he just likes being contrary. Brian argues that we’re all “aware” of cancer already, and should just move on. The gang discusses what they would consider protesting, and Derek is forever the optimist. Listening to this episode is as useless as taking a stand for any cause, so grab a sign and start listening!

Episode 21: WRONG!

Nov 18, 2016

The boys express their displeasure with the results of the election while acknowledging that sore-loser whining is just that. They question what a fact is, and why they no longer matter in a “post-truth” America, while lamenting the Macedonian A/B Testing of fake news reports. We’re going to make the podcast great again!

Episode 20: Born to be Mild

Oct 5, 2016

The guys vivisect the lame Vice Presidential candidates. Keri joins in late for a discussion about parenting, and how much Brian still has to learn, while Derek quotes power ballads. Forget Douche and Turd, this is Milk vs. White Bread vs. The Hell’s Angels, in a battle that will leaving you wanting any amount of flavor.

Episode 18: Bigger Blacker Show pt 1. Carlton Unchained

Sep 21, 2016


The crew is joined by guest hosts Matrell and Amna for a totally serious discussion about Black Lives Matter and Colin Kaepernick. In no way does it devolve into a campy soap opera. Nope, not even a little. Everyone cheers Brian’s wife as being way out of his league. Matrell pretends he’s black. Amna explains trap houses of the Crackedemic. Brian doesn’t understand drug volumes, but explains that he’s from Miami. It’s a record-setting episode that will leave your evil twin with permanent amnesia, bro!!
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Episode 17: Live from the Frog Room

Aug 24, 2016


A frog (not the French kind) invades the studio space and amazes the gang with it’s ability to exist and stick to windows. Keri mourns her former exciting life, and Brian hates Jared Leto for potentially ruining Suicide Squad. Derek thinks words have too much power, and vows to be a better kind of monster. Everybody agrees that Amy Schumer has nothing of interesting to say. Croak…
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Episode 16: Chicken Little

Aug 9, 2016


The guys reach back through time and revisit the fear mongering that preceded the 2008 and 2012 elections. In Letterman style, they reduce the highlights to a Top 10 list of what did and did not occur, and examine if the liberal fears of a Trump presidency hold any water. Derek gets Biblical all OVER Brian’s ass. The sky is falling on this week’s episode!
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Episode 15: What Wicked Webs We Weave

Jul 28, 2016


After taking a summer break, the guys realize their absence is slowly ruining the world. Derek mourns the loss of a friend, while Brian lambasts the DNC for the email shambles. They both try to comprehend how belief is greater than fact.

Once you begin watching spiders, you haven’t time for much else. -E.B. White


bullet The FBI is conducting approximately 70 full-field investigations throughout the US that it considers bin Laden-related (see August 6, 2001). CIA and the FBI are investigating a call to our embassy in the UAE in May saying that a group or bin Laden supporters was in the US planning attacks with explosives (see May 16-17, 2001). [9/11 COMMISSION, 7/24/2004, PP. 223]
In retrospect, the briefing is remarkable for the many warnings that apparently are not included (see for instance, from the summer of 2001 prior to August alone: May 2001, June 2001, June 12, 2001, June 19, 2001, Late Summer 2001, July 2001, July 16, 2001, Late July 2001, Late July 2001, Summer 2001, June 30-July 1, 2001, July 10, 2001, and Early August 2001). According to one account, after the PDB has been given to him, Bush tells the CIA briefer, “You’ve covered your ass now” (see August 6, 2001). Incredibly, the New York Times later reports that after being given the briefing, Bush “[breaks] off from work early and [spends] most of the day fishing.” [NEW YORK TIMES, 5/25/2002] In 2002 and again in 2004, National Security Adviser Rice will incorrectly claim under oath that the briefing only contained historical information from 1998 and before (see May 16, 2002 and April 8, 2004).
Entity Tags: George W. Bush, Islamic Jihad, Omar Abdul-Rahman, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Los Angeles International Airport, Condoleezza Rice, Abu Zubaida, Al-Qaeda, World Trade Center, Central Intelligence Agency, 9/11 Commission, Ahmed Ressam, Ramzi Yousef, Osama bin Laden
Timeline Tags: Complete 911 Timeline, 9/11 Timeline
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Episode 13: Ink Bound and Down

May 26, 2016


The prodigal Keri returns, having read an article for one damn time… which unsurprisingly led to censorship. Derek has his mind blown with high school sex education, while Brian remembers the glories of book burnings past, and plans his next affront to decency. If this episode were a book, you’d toss it into the pile.
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