Milton (a la Office Space) leads us into this week’s episode! We launch almost directly into our discussion topics, with Halfwit’s word of the week, Smokie’s update on Food Revolution, and a great deal of discussion from Kyo about the recent hit-and-run over in California! The cast is full of opinions on this one, and we’ll voice every last one! Istanbul chimes in with the new episode posting guidelines (expect new episodes on Sundays from here on in), as well as a couple of other topics mentioned further down. These are things we think you’ll enjoy, so have a peek!
Once we get past our music break (as recommended by MitchKenzo) and into our e-mails, we discuss Richter’s car update and his very full schedule, one listener’s suicide attempt – stop that – and his mother being unprepared to listen, staying on your pills if you have a prescription, the awkwardness of being caught listening and laughing, and how to deal with a mate’s abusive family member. We even discover how to help Kyo read his e-mails without stumbling over them, so, hey…f’ing bonus!
Here’s a link to the Tails and Tactics kickstarter we mention in the show!
Here’s a link to Fur What It’s Worth – go have a listen!
Finally, here’s a list of clean artists mentioned in Dronon’s e-mail:
RyanWardlow – Nambroth – Silent Ravyn – Louvelex
Meradragon – Hibbary – Balaa – Likeshine
Synnabar – Seyorrol – ArtOfSekhmet – Skulldog
Marymouse – Alectorfencer – Vantid – Demicoeur
Wolf-nymph – Nimrais – Tanidareal
Next week’s topic is stereotypes! No, this isn’t your cue for a Sony vs. Panasonic war. You know what we mean: the bunny stereotype, the fox stereotype, the rat stereotype, the dragon stereotype, the furry stereotype, the nerd stereotype, and all the other stereotypes that are out there. Write in with your favorites, especially if you’ve ever had trouble with them!
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