In a slight break from form, Scott and Jer dig into a Web Droppings only episode, with a little “Would You Rather” game peppered in, care of Scott to keep things interesting, and Jer on his toes. Included in the droppings is a mass insane asylum burial ground, bad delivery services, dirtbags that can’t get laid without using fake porn scams, ghost mansions, satanic monuments and piss beer. Also, we go out on quite possibly the best Vermont metal band out there, Barishi. Enjoy and get Lost!
WTF is a frork? How do you troll one of the world’s worst televangelists? And just how angry can someone get from the sound of a xylophone? All these questions answered, as well as insight galore on prostitution for nuggets, fake musicians and using balls to apply makeup. Get Lost!
Scott is out this week but rather than leave a gap in programming, Lost At Home digs into its Patreon offerings to give everyone a sampling of the Lost & Found content available there. Listeners this week get treated to the very first episode of Lost & Found, Dingo Droppings: Travel Edition, in which friend of the show Bruce Bruce stops by to convince Scott to choose Australia over New Zealand for a vacation spot. Then it's time to move on to Meet the Northrups, a 90's style sitcom about a family of Northrups living in Iowa and their craaazzzyy misadventures. Get Lost (and Found)!
It’s a prime number episode, which means nothing except that Scott and Jer are dishing up a prime episode of weird news like any other week. In web droppings, Lost At Home brings you furries, Nazis, fast food social media, fun with Wikipedia and the scariest robots imaginable. Along the way, we learn of Scott’s ignorance of folklore and try to solve it using sports. Get Lost!
Do you miss McDonald’s Szechuan sauce as much as Rick and Morty? Does a bird slur its songs when drunk? What happens to a rat’s erection when you put tiny polyester pants on it? Lost At Home has all the answers to questions you’ll never ask this week in web droppings. In his Google Hole, Scott uncovers the secrets of Russia’s Organism 46-B: Is it a hoax or a weaponized sea creature? You can find out this and more if you get lost with us!
While overseeing the geeky awesomeness from the media box at the first ever Green Mountain Comic Expo, Scott and Jer whip up their first ever full episode recorded entirely live on location. First up is a roundup of April Fools web stories, from new fake Google products to Pornhub’s terrifying joke. Lost At Home also manages to scrounge up some web droppings and chat about Nigerian poisonous Coca-Cola products and drunk monkey knife fights. Bruce Bruce makes an appearance to talk about New Zealand and sheds some light on Peter Jackson’s unique directorial style. Get Lost!
In our first (and possibly last) debate night special, our good friend Nick stops by to argue politics with Jer, who swallows his pride in good debate fashion to pull out whatever pro-Trump arguments he can. Meanwhile, Scott plays moderator and gets drunk on moderator power (definitely not Svedka). But first, Mr. Jason Moulton (Moulton Conventions, VT Comic Con) stops by to talk about the upcoming Green Mountain Comic Expo and what it means for the future of Vermont conventions. Get Lost!
Can bug spray be used for religious healing? What exactly goes on at a “testicle festival?” Why does March Madness drive men to get vasectomies? These questions and more are covered (but not necessarily answered) in this week’s edition of Web Droppings.
Down the Google Hole, Jer digs into strange patents and inventions and plays a game with Scott: Inventions: Real or Fake? Do you know if self-playing harmonicas, pet Rumba’s or DVD rewinders exist in the real world? Listen up to find out, then get Lost!
Was the Brazilian President chased from his home by g-g-g-ghosts? Why don’t they explode dead whales in Oregon anymore? How do I detect ALL pornography on my spouse’s computer? And what happens when an innocent robot that knows nothing of pornography does nothing but watch porn? All will be answered (sort of) during web droppings this week.
Down the Google Hole, Scott treats us to the story of Juan Machete and other Latino urban legends. Get Lost!
Web droppings this week bring an odd living will from the president of PETA, the revelation that a certificate from Sizzler isn’t the same as a business degree, real-life survival horror in reality show form and an anime that is weird, even for anime standards.
The Lost At Home Google Hole journeys into the realm of the Large Hadron Collider, why ghosts can’t exist and why we still see them. Get Lost!
A Lost At Home first: we get our first full returning interview guest. Carter first appeared on the show in its infancy to promote Bad Chicken and is back to discuss his latest movie, Inside Scarlett, and even some of his upcoming work. Don't miss out on our chat about independent filmmaking, puppets and pet chimps. Get Lost!
In a sort-of return to old form, Lost At Home brings back Web Droppings for the top of the show, bringing stories that slipped through the cracks like a Texas resolution urging Lone Star State citizens to stop mixing up their state flag with Chile’s flag. On top of that, listen to a remix of a New Zealand soap opera, check in with Kung Fu grandma and Hitler’s old phone gets sold.
Next up, Scott digs down a Google Hole filled with Jesus, dinosaurs and giants, courtesy of bat$#!t creationist Ken Ham. This ain’t your grandpa’s ark! Get Lost!