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We may be awful...but we're right!

A gay guy and his fat friend talking about everything! We've got over 30 years of stories to share about stuff we love, stuff that annoys us, people we've known, places we've been, and things we've seen. Geeky, silly, and always opinionated. NAMES ARE CHANGED TO PROTECT THE GUILTY!



Sep 15, 2017

Amelia realized that Pitney's dog Joxer had been in several episodes (barking and snuffling and squeaky toys and whatnot) so she decided to bring her dog Spike into the room. Not necessarily the best idea, but it's his turn to be famous.

Star Wars. We love it. Really we do. But it can stand to be criticized and picked apart. You might be surprised which episodes are Pitney's favorites and which he can do without. Why Amelia actually likes a lot of The Phantom Menace. And what Verity Noslen thinks of the acting in Star Wars.

And finally, an update about the Kellers! Find out what's happened to the couple from Austin who was jailed for bogus Satanic Panic claims. (Learn more about them in our old episode, Fear the Satanic Boullion http://bitchenb.libsyn.com/fear-the-satanic-bouillon)

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Who the heck are Pitney and Amelia? A gay guy and his fat friend talking about everything!

We've got over 30 years of stories to share about stuff we love, stuff that annoys us, people we've known, places we've been, and things we've seen. Geeky, silly, and always opinionated. NAMES ARE CHANGED TO PROTECT THE GUILTY!

We may be awful, but we're right!

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