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Jun 5, 2018
Actress Becky Larson stops by the podcast to talk about wanting to be a dog, learning to feel like a normal human again, sexual assault, submitting a rape kit, doorbell surveillance video, The Hunting Ground, Title IX, Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, EMDR therapy, seeking closure, cats, sleeping, Spring Awakening, and making really good pasta.
Mar 27, 2018

Graphic web designer and drumline instructor, Matt Rice drops by the podcast to talk about emo music, Short Answers, keeping your friend groups separated by genre, Oxnard, getting tricked into leading a drumline, salvaging a plumbing website, forgiving bad music, comments sections, assuming he's wrong, political opposites, relative anonymity, tailoring messages, deleting Reddit a few times a week, feeling so small in the Universe, being an INFP, judging people, Kardashian Kulture, feeling like nobody likes you, Schrödinger's friend, Myspace's Top 8, The Catcher in the Rye, spiritual extremism, certainty, the (always) pending nuclear war, whether he's a brain in a vat, Polar Bear Club, and the tall, attractive people of SLO.

Oct 31, 2017
Artist Chelsea Ward drops by the podcast to talk about growing up in the California desert, always having a slingshot in her pocket, legitimately hating her sister, drawing tractors in preschool, designing custom children's books, teaching art, writing a drawing textbook, what creation looks like, catching kids Snapchatting in class, studying in Italy, seeing frescos that made her consider a God, teaching Syrian refugees, Rumours, Mark Rothko's black room, what is art, and why kids shouldn't have an Instagram. 
 
Find her online at: http://sketchynotions.com
Or follow her on Instagram: @sketchynotions
Oct 17, 2017

Actor and comedian, Toby Tropper stops by the podcast to talk about Seincast, The Early Edition Podcast, human Shazam, losing his parents' health insurance coverage, The Real World: Melodrama, Dungeons & Dragons, memorizing lines and the Ceremonial Flush, being the Real Tim Brady, The Great American Melodrama, having the most popular Harry Potter dub on YouTube, doing stand up comedy, being compared to Mr. Bean, the best episode of The Simpsons, only being Jewish for comedic purposes, his Anglophilia, breaking character, writing comedy, how to survive a car crash, being a Tropper, habitual punctuality, being a Toby, growing a beard, his great uncle Murray, "break a leg" texts from his mom, being awkward around celebrities, drawing a Cranston-a-day, his mom's version of The Lord's Prayer, relapsing on McDonald's, sonder, and the satisfaction of dissatisfaction.

 
Find him online at: http://tobytropper.com
Or find The Great American Melodrama: http://www.americanmelodrama.com/
Jul 18, 2016

Wood block printer, Rockabilly musician, shoe sales associate and book artist, Angelina LaPointe drops by the inaugural podcast to talk about growing up with artist parents, developing skills, selling out, writing songs in the car, and the difference between 'arts' and 'crafts'.

Find her online at:
https://www.facebook.com/sidecarpress/ or 
https://www.facebook.com/theluckband/

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