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Now displaying: October, 2018
Oct 30, 2018
Artist Biba Pickles swings by the podcast to talk about never learning how to drive, being the drunkest person in SLO, getting a God shot, being comfortable in her masculinity, getting into bones and stuff, meeting her mom and her panther tattoo, being the white sheep of the family, why you shouldn't put orange juice in a phone, going Rambo to rescue a rabbit, taking a break from comedy, Becky the heckler, never missing a golden moment to shut your mouth, changing her name to protect herself, believing in The Big Book, living in a world that is chronically pissed off, and putting the finger back on the hand.
Oct 23, 2018
Assistant editor and writer, Shaunna Angell stops by the podcast to talk about the mythical land of Huasna, riding a horse before she could walk, show jumping, having her mom as a teacher, being best friends with her dog, studying kinesiology, being old and hard to get a hold of, the Halcyon Lady in the Lake, associating towns with crimes, not believing in God or math, losing her trainer, how horses lie down, how much I know about dry shampoo, and when hair was a problem for all of us. 
Oct 16, 2018
Musician Nick Schutz sits down in the middle of our tour to talk about playing a closed coffee shop, whether learning magic tricks ruins magic tricks, a cracked windshield, playing for a paying audience, a cat that lives in a bathroom, playing a show for two people, crossing the Navajo Bridge, buying postcards we didn't send, LOTTO GUNS AMMO BEER, the Busta Crack Shack, learning to throw knives, being married by a pikey, finding a specific telephone pole, whether Fresno actually sucks or not, where the second Kris Special album is, relistening to Wilco, being a devout agnostic, and the smoothest cue ball ever produced. 
 
Follow him on Twitter: @nickspitzmusic 
Oct 9, 2018
Student Erin Kellermann drops by the podcast to talk about what 17 year-olds know about 9/11, why I'm so awkward in the Starbucks drive thru, being afraid of male teachers, living next to a cemetery, taunting demons, almost getting shanked, shoplifting, losing friends to drugs, trying not to step on hypodermic needles at the park, taking care of broken dogs, trying to figure out religion, the five alien creatures that work for the government, huffing gas aliens, and the hole in Antarctica that goes to the center of the Earth.
Oct 2, 2018
Professor of History, Dr. Roger Hall stops by the podcast to talk about listening to KPIG, how he dresses in the classroom, what he'll say in his retirement speech, making sure his students end up in a good band, collecting projector slides, resisting PowerPoint, working with Debbie Downers, Warren G. Harding, We're In The Money, Georgia font, forgetting his wife's birthday, zigging when they expect you to zag, Calvin Coolidge's sense of humor, pretending to believe in God to get a bandana, what happens to his PowerPoints after he dies, staying up until 4am crying at YouTube videos, a soldier's last letter, reading to his kids, and why today is the best day of his life.
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