The burly and beatific Ben Harpe comes to our table to discuss a forgotten artist from a distant age. From there we discuss medieval death, the efficacy of pay what you can, and a... dare one say... mesmerizing religious leader.
Josiah Jenkins, actual amateur Wikipedia editor, clicked in to talk with us about our favorite starting point, a Dutch erotic film. From there we learn about 1974 animal deaths, nudist camps and the policies that, er... "pop up", and the randomest stub a boy can find.
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The divine Bente Engelstoft communes with us on the mysteries of a Lithuanian earth goddess. From that brief brush with the celestial, Tyler experiences a crisis of faith and breaks format, Bente learns of a teenaged world-ruler, and Erin parts the veil on vestal virgins.
Jack of all trades, master of pun Austin Campion pops in to kick around the starting link of a football manager (soccer manager, for those Americans who make up 95% of our audience). The conversation builds from there to touch the White Revolution of Iran, the baloneyness of Humours, and Chicago's favorite sport, indoor soccer!
Silk-voiced Adam Bindert helps us discombobulate from a small independent film producer to such extremes of human diversions as bull riding, Andy Warhol, and anonymous messaging services.
Damian "Even Keel" Anaya slips in to talk furtively with us about classic crook Joe Erich. From there we learn about Erin's family past in New York City, tragic airplane accidents and when you can stop worrying, and the best bamboozles you can possibly pull.
The best laugher in all of Hollywood, Rob Grabowski of The Remake podcast sat at our table and discussed much of a 90s deep house record label and tangents such as legions and Looney Tunes, apparel and auto racing, and star kids and Star Booty.
Mel and Mark return! Only actually they're driving across country AS WE SPEAK. But we managed to get them into the house to record to a nice 2 parter that finishes up in this second part. Mark teaches us about natural rights, the humanity it brings to persons, and how he will not talk about how that pertains to fetuses AT ALL. And Erin helps us all relax in a nice medicinal hot spring, replete with casual summer komonos for all.
The first couple of Chicago podcasts, Mel Evans and Mark Colomb join us on Rabbit Hole right before they abscond across country to a new life in the mountainous but very safe lands of Denver, Colorado. From a three letter acronym that can mean so many different things, we discuss the relative security of Honduran airports and elections, and the stirring orchestrations of Mel's favorite quadrennial summer sports event. Check out part 2 coming up next!
Hot Boy of Summer Peter Kim maxes and relaxes with us at the Ukranian beach link of Arcadia Park, Odessa. From there we surf through family units, mirages, and all along the Danube river.
The effervescent Shadee Vossoughi sits in the internet's traffic with us while we contemplate those most ordinary of vehicular sights, the construction barrel. But it leads to worlds of darkest dealings, ad destruction, and one of the most momentous events in GLBT history.
Note: This conversation was recorded before the SCOTUS decision on same-sex marriage. So we want to amend the conversation had in this recording to add: heck yeah! It happened!
Boss of Improv Alex Honnet has US come by to discuss the most boring of hit songs, smooth crooner NKC, rascally boys (and the cats and mice they inspire), and a members only club in the heart of a big city.
Houston's best man Saurabh Pande hops on the Rabbit Hole train to discuss the lead singer of Breakerz, the many loves of Manga, electronic amplification of voice and other sonics, and mazel tovs both maritial and cinematic.
The truest of scholars and gentlemen, Ron Harvey sits down with us and a little bitty sea snail to talk about billions of years of life, the neural necessity of play, and ALL OF HUMAN HISTORY.
Delightful fellow Kyle Miller hops out of our dreams and into our Rover 800 Class, and from there we take a wiki road trip to such classic roadside attractions as Kolkata, India, humanity's older uncle, and the evils of aspirations.