In part two of their in depth examination of the horrible events of 9/11, the crew moves onto the other strange occurrences that happened that day. We discuss many strange occurrences including: The Pentagon being hit by a plane that apparently vaporized completely, to a building that wasn’t hit by a plane but imploded.
The events on September 11th effect and affect us all, the images are still hard to look at and the long lasting effects are still happening today, to both victims of that day and its subsequent war.
We hope you learned something that you didn’t know, we hope your eyes were opened a little and that you go and do your own research and ask your own questions about everything that happened on that day in September.
In this tasty episode of LNFV, we have affable local comedian and starlet Marty Archibald and City Weekly and former SLUG writer Gavin Sheehan. Marty and Gavin previously had a rivalry in the long lineage of media vs. entertainer disputes. From Nixon and the Washington Post to Ted Williams and the sportswriters, to Jesus and the authors of the Bible, this is one contest we wanted to put an end to.
After some playful ribbing, Gavin and Marty try to get to know each other by giving an impromptu interview with one another. I don’t want to spoil it, but there might be a happy ending!
Remember to stay blacked out.
This week I had the pleasure of having the Kira, Nasheda, Maykela, Henia, Jasmine, Alyssha and Ashley in studio. The ladies spilled tea and drank lemonade in a discussion that included topics like: How they feel men should approach women, what some of our faults are, and how we can keep our relationships running strong.
Communication is the number one issue the ladies wanted to talk about. No one brought up intimacy or material items — the ability to be transparent and genuine was the one thing that the ladies agreed on. Nasheda said, “It’s not what you say necessarily, but how you say it,” and I totally agree. Being able to talk to the opposite sex takes practice and patience for most of us, so always remember to be respectful and even keeled.
In the next podcast, I’ll interview three men and get a masculine perspective. How do you think the male point of view will differ from the ladies when it comes to relationships and discourse? Tune in, this should be good.
After a three episode absence due to being the busiest man in the entire world, the prodigal son, Allen, returns!
The band is back together and they’ve got a lot to catch up on! Marcus and Guy fill us in on their recent trip to Vegas, Allen talks about seeing Paul Simon make thousands of people cry at the same time!
And all three guys raise a big middle finger to Led Zeppelin’s court victory.
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Stupid Questions is back with an old guest but new episode! Minka returns to the show. Minka has been friends with Jason for almost seven years. Minka was on the second episode ever of Stupid Questions, where we talked about Minka being Trans.
The purpose of this episode was to further talk about being transgender and the stupid ‘bathroom laws,’ and other difficulties that the LGBTQ community has to deal with, but we ended up mostly not talking about that!
We just had a fun conversation about C-sections, C-section scars, people against birth by unnatural means. It was a hoot!
We did get to talking about the ‘bathroom laws,’ and about issues that the trans community face that the majority of society isn’t aware of. We also catch up a bit with Minka, talk about her YouTube channel, gaming, and a bit of love and kink.
Minka is a sweetheart. It’s always great when I am able to see her. I will be getting her back on the show again soon. Check out this episode, it’s longer than normal, but I didn’t even want to stop when we did. Thanks for listening.
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Leslie Falco forgets his profession and things get political! Falco calls Aaron a loser for thinking Hilary Clinton will win the election and the two settle on a wager over the future presidency.
Tune in to find out what the stakes are, but we’ll let you know they’re spicy!
After discussing why gay sex is the only way to be truly secure in your sexuality, Aaron and Leslie get to know each other.
Make sure you black out before tuning in!
I usually schedule more than one guest per show because I don’t like to be stuck in the studio talking to myself. This Sunday was one of those solitary days where I had no one to talk to and my preparation time was wasted, which left me feeling pretty down. Lashing out at people was my normal way of dealing with situations like these, but I’m learning not to take things personally and looking to improving myself is a tactic I’ve used to help me in my dealings with others.
We all have relationships; some mean more to us than others, whether it is with a family member, friend or romantic partner. The theme behind this show is self-evaluation and improvement of said relationships. Specifically, what are your flaws and how do you plan on improving them? Why?
Who can’t benefit from honest self-evaluation from time-to-time? My challenge to you is assessing your flaws and making a conscious plan to improve them on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Challenge yourself to become a better person—your peers and the people who look up to you will notice — I am certain of it.
Patience, punctuality, and controlling the tone and pitch of my voice are some of the immediate goals I want to work on. In the long-term I have fleshed out plenty of goals, including: becoming more financially stable, earning an MSW (and maybe a PhD), saving for my son’s college, traveling to Africa (and many other places), starting my own non-profit, buying a home in Chicago… it’s a really long list. I encourage you to write down your goals and discuss the plans you have in respects to strengthening relationships. I need your help family.
This week, Marcus and Guy welcome comedian, wood worker, video maker, musician and accent-having Aussie Rich Wilson, a man so talented, it’s frustrating.
We discuss Australia and how it’s a beautiful death trap full of scariness and weirdos. We also talk 90s R&B, Muhammed Ali, our first emotional/musical connections, recently cancelled concerts, our experience hosting the 2016 Royal Fest and try out our didgeridoo impressions.
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