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EPISODE 239: A TITLE THAT POPS

Our friend Alex “Biggs” Small joins us for Episode 239 and we’re discussing how to fly the Confederate flag behind your manly truck, recognizing the -isms in old beloved media, Palabra del Dia, speaking Spanish over the radio, killing your boyfriend to avoid reptilians, online cults, plural raptures, how author Chuck Tingle is like the Stephen King of alternative gay erotica, solving arguments with gasoline and alcohol, a Thai breast slapping technique to increase your bust size, the crazy life of Roy Gardner, reporting your cocaine stolen, and much more!

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EPISODE 157: WE CAN BE YOUNG MEN AGAIN

071215J-Stone and Killer Kyle join Dub and Matt this week! Topics Discussed: Random Gagging, the Push Theme Song, Pros and Cons of Recording Your Dreams, Google’s Deep Dream, Lucid Dream Tech, Time Dilation, Trapped in Your Own Head, Rehabilitating Criminals in 8 Hours, Word of the Day, Tech Section: Stone-o-vations Road Rage Speech-to-Text Marquee, Wayback Machine: Hall and Oates Fight Each Other, Clever Headlines, Stone’s Personal Insight into Rachel Dolezal, Black/Straight/Gay-Face, and Killer’s Going Back to School!

EPISODE 11: DREAMS DON’T ALWAYS COME TRUE

2011-10-07_whgl_10_07_11Welcome to Season 2! Matt and Dub drop a little knowledge about television lineage, starting from its inception as a mere experiment, all the way through its weird censorship rules. They ponder the age old question: What’s the best sitcom ever? They discuss security issues surrounding a new system for sidestepping US Border Patrol and Customs. Pros and Cons.They then learn something new about sweet ol’ Dr. Ruth (AKA Dildo Baggins). Dub and Matt wrap up with a VERY SPECIAL Season 2 surprise! Don’t miss it!

EPISODE 9: THE CALF AND BISON STINK CHAMBER

2011-09-23_whgl_09_23_11Matt and Dub immediately rally against those who would try to stifle their podcast progress. Dub then talks about the theory of The Big Brother Effect and sexual orientation based on how many consecutive boys a woman births. They digress and discuss the rise and fall of the ska and punk scene in Helena, circa 1997. Getting back on track, the guys draw attention to the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell and sloppily attempt to tie that into the aforementioned theory. Find out why they’re voting Tea Party in 2012 and why you should too! After a lackluster news day, Matt digs up a story from the past about Montana local, Patrick Hemingway (son of Ernest Hemingway) and his hot new line of shoes. They discuss price points, marketing and the implications of going raw-dog in leather footwear. Bring an extra pair of socks!

NEW FEATURES: Word of the Day and Fun Facts!