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Now displaying: May, 2017
May 30, 2017

Photographer and musician, Tony Hubert drops by the podcast to talk about his 128GB music encyclopedia, making mixtapes, ADSMR, mukbang, sensual videos, hands-free orgasms, his toenails, the Buddha, right living, Amazon Storywriter, starting a sentence with "So...", Casper mattresses, content monetization, needing an intern, shooting everyone, facing his fear of heights in virtual reality, 2001: A Space Odyssey, mashups, playing the National Anthem while high, Allan Holdsworth, meeting his wife at South Side Coffee, going vegetarian, craving McDonald's Filet-O-Fish sandwiches, low-sodium dieting, crashing a Pentecostal church service, being stuck in the first Chakra, and hummingbirds.

Find him online at: http://www.tonyhubert.com/

May 23, 2017

Cancer diagnostics researcher and knitter, Caitlin Eachus stops by the podcast to talk about older Justin Timberlake, the giant tissue deli slicer, Forensic Files, which cancer treatments are so hot right now, cellular typos, the placebo effect, her doppelgänger niece, genetic obedience, getting a lab coat, her one B in high school, teacher politics, selling ovens and incubators, being voted Prom Queen alongside her future husband, avoiding the words 'boyfriend' and 'fiancé', her Year of Failed Sweaters, the comfort of Catholic church, human evolution, low-sodium diets, mass production, robots that fix your robots, communicating in emojis, and whether cats are aliens.

May 16, 2017

Musician Ethan Burns (The Ragged Jubilee) swings by the podcast to talk about recording like a million songs at Sound City Studios, being a child actor, learning from Saturday Night Live musical guests, Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, being homeschooled, wanting to be Robin, playing his first shows, starting his band, The Ragged Jubilee, moving into a house together, recording vocals in the bathroom, how he got his voice, industry b.s., writing songs too quickly, his new album, Pyramid Scheme, how songwriting is like sex, channeling songs, trying to get better at rapping, and whether this is Purgatory.

Pre-order Pyramid Scheme at: http://aggravatedmusic.net/

Stream the single "Teenage Dream" at: https://soundcloud.com/aggravated-music-55832489/ethan-burns-with-the-ragged-jubilee-teenage-dream

Follow The Ragged Jubilee on Instagram: @theraggedjubilee

May 9, 2017

Heather Stiller drops by the podcast to talk about Disneyland, working in a funeral home at 19, dead body removals, personal death awareness, losing her best friend, grief counseling, cremation, reeking of formaldehyde, thinking before you speak, not killing any bugs except potato bugs and crane flies, bathing dogs, Heather's Tea & Flower Shop, almost moving to a dinky town in Nevada, money, tarot reading, reincarnation, astral traveling, comfort, The Book of Not Knowing, and Todd's UFO.

May 2, 2017

Editor (Cal Poly Magazine), writer and trivia host, Larry Peña stops by the podcast to talk about hosting weekly trivia nights, obsessively surfing IMDB, creative team names, obscure presidents, the Kennedy assassination, division, political fandom, media hostility, coming from a long line of talkers, drawing the cast of Cheers, being obsessed with Dawson's Creek, snuggling and tickle fights, playing in a band, putting out a quarterly alumni magazine, how he's not a journalist, Seventh-day Adventism, biblical literalism, and Pixar movies.

Find him online at: https://brainstewtrivia.com/ or
https://magazine.calpoly.edu/

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