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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!

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Dec 2, 2022

Do your surroundings and your wardrobe reflect who you are or how you want people to perceive you? Are those two different people? 

This week we draw a parallel between figuring out who you are and decorating your place. Some people put on a whole persona at once and some people acquire one piece at a time. As always,...


Nov 18, 2022

In a year where we struggled to feel gratitude, it took a little more effort than usual to get our annual Thankful episode together. But in spite of that, or maybe because of that, it’s got some really good stuff in it. Amelia’s giving herself a break, Pitney appreciates a fresh perspective caused by pain, and we...


Nov 4, 2022

Getting honest about public disposal of dog poop. Sexual activity in cars outside the bedroom window. Public reactions to celebrity death and the existence of performative grief. And in the #YearOfTheSaints, coming face to face with the patron saint of artists. 

 

Promo: Reverie True Crime Podcast  

(Want to swap show...


Oct 21, 2022

Happy Halloween!

Amelia’s decorating, Pitney’s Samhain-ing, we’re clobbering candy critics, and saying goodbye to an Austin icon. Plus, someone's disheveled and shoeless. Who could it be? 

 

DANCE IN THE GRAVEYARD BY DELTA RAE: https://youtu.be/lPOM0IUsd_0 

 

Promos: Invasion of the Remake and 2 Skeptical Chaps...


Oct 6, 2022

We found out that, in some parts of the country, high school seniors pay for and decorate spaces in the school parking lot, and we have very different reactions to that information. We imagine what it would have been like if such a thing existed in the 1980s, and visualize our own parking spots based on who we were back...