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.
It’s episode 42 so it’s time to discuss the meaning of life. Of course, if you listen to Sorry, Kansas chances are high that you already know the meaning of life. In addition to that James and Jon give their views on alternate dimensions, open mic comedy night, voter ID laws, PGADs, Romney’s black supporters, Nintendo’s biggest failed peripheral, Andy Warhol soup cans, and much more. Plus, we have an unprecedented third visit from “Dr” Chunt Montgumry, as well as more fun and surprises than you can shake a stick at (which is plenty). Gannon Slayer and Smokescreen are by MadHatter from their album 8-bit Bullshit, which is available to download for free HERE.
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