Episode 39 – The Florida Primaries and Andrew Gillum: We TOLD Y’all

Florida primaries. Toxic algae blooms. Daphne Campbell is awesome in her own way. John Cardillo probably got called “John Car-Dildo” a lot growing up. We’ve got all your critical election coverage and after listening to this show you’ll never need to know anything else, about anything, ever. Jewish Dave’s computer is a nightmare Rube Goldberg machine of outdated apps and …

Episode 36 – Giggin’ Live From Podcast Movement with Leah Churner of Hothouse

(Extremely Philly voice) Ey, yo, whadder youse doin’ over thayre, nuot list’n’n to the episode? You need a cole glass a wooder, or samthin’? We’re in Philadelphia at Podcast Movement, talking about how the gig all these giggy-ass mofos gig around. We’ve got Leah Churner, the Austinite who hosts Hothouse Podcast, devoted to design, ecology, and gardening, with some progressivism …

Episode 35 – Dave Didn’t Want to Do This One

Just the original Bird Boys this episode, drinking bird-tainted Bird Water. Q began this episode defending the LGBTQ community from the New York Times’ weird homophobic animations, and this immediately enraged Jewish Dave, who was standoffish and mean-spirited for the entire show. We soldiered on, backs against the wind, and discussed the #SurrenderSummit or whatever they’re trying to call it. …

Episode 34 – The Big Payback feat. David Faris

Yo yo yo catch us at our booth at OzyFest this summer where we’ll be promoting Bird Water, water that has been soaked in birds, and see Jewish Dave during his breakout session, “How GG Alin Would Have Hearted Animojis” and “Democracy and dRUMPF: A Crisis in Civility.” In this episode, we talk to Roosevelt University professor David Faris, author …

Episode 31 – The No Good, Very Bad Week

Man, we only covered like half the awful things that have happened this week and we’re still exhausted. Jewish Dave gives us a dispatch from the wildly disappointing Nevada Democratic Primary where everyone ignored a field of qualified, compelling progressives and instead voted for crates of remaindered Al Franken books. The bright spot: we talked to Ryan Lindsey, a progressive …