On this week exciting new episode we talk about some disturbing Golden Age Hollywood deaths. Then to lighten things up we express our love of Too Many Cooks, the app Pocket, and strange letters we get sent to our website. Then we talk shit about Evernote. Talk shit about Elephant shit. Scott sings country music. Lobster tails get misused, hipster business models are discussed, and Jer talks about poop some more.
Allthis and more! Enjoy!
Everyone wants to be a famous actor, but there are certain parts of the job you don't think about when dreaming of fame and fortune...like nearly getting your dick burned off. After some discussion about those Hollywood troubles, we step into the world of another Hollywood-ish-sorta "star," Kirk Cameron. He's trying to save Christmas! And he has a prolapsed anus—that second part is hearsay, and possibly heresy. Of course there are also the classic Web Droppings, which this week consist of Satanist coloring books and their tag team victory with the Constitution over Christians (sorry Kirk), psychologically disturbed sandwiches that learn to write, a cocaine-loving priest, ironic flight simulator deaths and, of course, Jesus finally learns to reach Americans by showing up where they'll actually pay attention—in their fried chicken. Take that church!
You think you're safe from drones? Think again! This week we tell you why you're in danger. Whether you're a human being hunted by a drone, an animal being hunted by a drone, or even a drone being hunted by a human, you're not safe! A little later, Bruce Bruce stops by to talk whale surfing and shark evading. And how many times is too many times to masturbate in a McDonald's drive-thru? Two. Two times. Also on the pod, a couple bangs it out in the back seat of a police cruiser on the way to jail, Dr. Lovinggood removes a patient's perfectly healthy kidney, and ISIS is after your pets! Listen 'til the end and get a preview of our new monthly podcast with Troll 2's Darren Ewing titled 'Horror in the Court,' in which we pit two horror movies against one another in a fictional court of law.