That’s right, you probably thought we did the old murder-suicide thing, but we didn’t. In fact, in true SK style, we have six or so episodes that we recorded over the past few months that I may still release. In addition to that, James and I are starting at least two new shows and “YouTube Content”! Stay tuned for all of that, but in this last episode of Sorry, Kansas James and I solve all the worlds problems and give you an effortless recipe for happiness and satisfaction. This episode is brought to you by Hip Young Cool Studios.
I know, I know, but seriously, my computer started fucking up and I didn’t handle it very well. I sincerely wish that was just a lame excuse, but at least I talked myself out of throwing my computer against the wall. Join James and I as we discuss life hacks, leaving contacts in too long, bad words, camming-con, prayer discounts, the rock group Queen, and much more. The much ballyhooed (I can’t believe I spelled that right on my first try) first installment of Jon Feist Writes: The College Years is this episode, as well as James being briefly eaten by a magical snake. This episode is brought to you by Nowel.
I sure hope you you still want to listen to these. If you are wondering, “what the fuck happened?” Then tune in everyday this week for new episodes, and a light dip into the darkness that’s pervaded my life the past couple of months (and the decade before that). If it’s all the same, I’m just gonna pretend none of it happened and get back to making this show and making it better than ever.
This episode was recorded months ago. Our friends JACK and ALAN come by for a special episode where we take a trip to Mass Street Soda in lovely downtown Lawrence. It’s a fun episode of tasting and comparing weird, wild sodas!
This episode was recorded when James and I were very sleep deprived. Then I edited it when I was sleep deprived and I am writing this to you now as person who is, in fact, deprived of sleep. So, with all this deprivity in mind, enjoy this episode that has a sort of mad energy. Jack Kerouac sort of mad not madvertising kind of mad, man. This episode is brought to you by James.
As members of the band Staind seem fond of saying, It’s been a while. Who knows if they really are fond of it, but it seems that way. I can tell you that James and I discuss loose butthole, songs, the patch, clapping at movies, cock wrappings, milk grades, local recycling bullshit, and much more. This week’s episode is brought to you by Dr Salt.
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