HTM: I, Ron Maiden

This week Jay and Marie attempt to analyze the profiles of the a garbage person, I get a message from a creep robot on Facebook, and we create everybody’s new best friend Scumbag Chris and dive face first into why we all need a friend like him.

Marie tells the tale of her long awaited return to the skating rink, teaching Aidan to skate, and Jay remembers breaking his face on the ice as a kid in front of everyone in NYC.

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HTM: Derek Lewis

derek lewisThis week we welcome Derek Lewis back to the show. Derek shares stories about meeting Violent j from Insane Clown Posse, interviewing Andrew W.K., and and experience with “Weird Al” Yankovic. We also talk about EverQuest, getting shot in the face at a party, building popular websites, quitting drinking, and Derek’s impressive sense of confidence. Listen for FREE on ANY DEVICE by clicking the link

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I think my phone is depressed.

Actually, I’m pretty sure of it. It’s been a strange few days for that guy. I have about 800+ songs downloaded on my phone and keep it on shuffle, especially  when I’m in my car. Up until now, I’ve hardly ever gotten the same song or artist twice. But for the past two days, that’s changed. I have had Grant Lee Buffalo show up not once, not twice, but three fucking times. If you’re not familiar with his music, here’s a warning: it’s beautiful, haunting, and generally makes you want to curl up on a floor for a week. Not exactly what you would call “upbeat”. Ironically, the song that keeps coming up is “Happiness”. Oh, how hilarious. Here’s the lyrics to the first and second verse:

Nevermind me ’cause I’ve been dead
Out of my body been out of my head
Nevermind the songs they hum
Don’t want to sing along
There’s nothin’ that I said

That’ll bring you happiness, happiness
Is hard to come by I confess
I’m bad at this thing happiness
If you find it share it with the rest of us

You get the gist.

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