We start watching some odd thing on YouTube called Zoomquilt. We try to think of a more offensive name than Dick Butkus. We discuss the philosophy of stoicism and then review Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
We start off talking about pop music and the pain of being dumber than your kids. Nhat goes over band names and Tony offends the morbidly obese. Nhat wants to create fake ghost clips and start a boot camp for babies. We review Black Widow. We mix things up by doing segments out of order and the show still sucks.
We ramble on about old times in Houston and the lameness that we had to endure. Then it hits a somber note as Tony discusses his friend and ex-co-worker. This episode started running long, so mercifully, we saved the news articles for next time. We play Inverted Noise.
We start talking about metal’s transition to grunge and then we lead into the price of vinyl and that scene in general. We talk about our experience with Record Store Day 2021. We argue about Tony’s mailbox. Nhat talks about the NHL playoffs. We read a boring article and science news.
Intro Song of the Week:
“Fire Lances Of The Ancient Hyperzephrians” – The Sword
Tony starts off talking about how much endless television we’ve been subjected to with the current climate. We then talk about “The Green Mile” and how Tony could also possibly cure people in the worst way possible. We then do an impromptu movie review of “Into The Wild.”
We discuss life, death, the pitfalls of being a celebrity and having to walk on eggshells with everything we do nowadays. We have science news and Day In Cum. We review Kong Vs. Godzilla and Mortal Kombat, along with a couple of TV series.
We talk about bad weed experiences and our frustration with the lack of fundamental change. Tony has a weird dream about a house full of Asians, kittens and baby goats. Tony takes advantage of a poor Finlander. Nhat makes a big stimulus purchase and Tony buys some pistachio butter. We read more boring articles (unfortunately).
We talk a bit about re-opening venues and local events post-pandemic. We start about starting a cult, albeit a very lazy and disorganized one, but a cult nonetheless. We have more boring science studies to read aloud. Tony finishes Fringe so we give a brief review.
We discuss a Denver man getting arrested for selling psilocybin mushrooms. We pick boring studies to narrate aloud as a new segment. We discuss a lamer version of movie dystopia. Tony bought a new wood chipper and Nhat tries to convince him to find a way to kill himself with it. We play Pokemon or Urban Dictionary.
We start off on what we hope is our last diatribe regarding politics for a while. Tony resolves to try to control his spending but then buys Cookie-Zilla. Nhat has a Poop Corner gripe about musical equipment. We discuss Wandavision and Moon Knight for a second.