A live studio audience augments this show featuring Christen McCurdy and guests Tom Henderson, Bryan Bingold and Doruk Özaydın. Discussed are Chinese dissidents, nationalist rivalries in or near the seat of civilization, and more serious topics, like obscure manga. Nobody involved seems to be 100% clear on what pastries are, but 90% is pretty good, right?
There is a distracting noise issue during portions of the program – the audience thing is throwing us a few curve balls and we are still unsure how to address this. As always we thank you for your patience.
This episode, featuring the regulars as well as Pat Rafferty of Raffertyesque, has finally stumbled in the door, several weeks late, with a torn jacket and no pants. Discussed are the Salem witch trials, LSD, the Comics Code Authority, and various secrets and codes. Not discussed whatsoever are rainbow parties.
This episode clocks in a little long; did not have time to write a short one, et cetera. Thank you for your patience.
The show that asks “Can I get an over/under?” returns with an episode that takes the most influential mineral in human history and renders it pretty darned inessential. With the regulars. Think Again, My Friend is legally defined as an alloy containing not less than 6% Hitler, 4% superheroes, and by sheer coincidence, no rappers.
From the heart of caffeine, beer, and meth country comes a podcast that discusses none of these. We have more serious chemicals to discuss, such as paint fumes, Portland tap water, and meth. Okay, we do talk about meth. A little. Join us, and you’ll see that as the regular panelists continue, the probability that Judy Garland will be compared to Hitler approaches one.
Where there is hair, there is culture and disgust, therefore there are the regular TAMF panelists plus special guest Jess Rude. Discussed (see what I did there) are topics including bezoars, the Han Dynasty, variants on Rule 34, and made-for-TV movies that might have been fever dreams.
There is a lot of microphone noise in this show – it was impossible to get rid of all of it. We are taking steps to avoid this in the future. Thanks for your patience as we learn to do this thing a little better each time.