EPISODE 143: Legalize Your Passion: “Ronald McFondle,” a.k.a. Josh Black

EPISODE 143: Legalize Your Passion: “Ronald McFondle,” a.k.a. Josh Black

What would you do if the government came to shut down your art? Your Passion? Josh Black, a.k.a. "Ronald McFondle and his 321 Battle Wrestling partners had to face just that. They engaged the process of legalization, rebelliously, but legally, and won.

EPISODE 055: A Star Wars Outta Body Experience: Silas Lindenstein

EPISODE 055: A Star Wars Outta Body Experience: Silas Lindenstein

This episode, we begin by talking about Star Wars as a Religion, and we end by talking about Out of Body experiences and seeing an Angel! 

Silas and I met through Facebook.  He and I both drive for Uber/Lyft on the side to make some extra cash and a local Facebook group for "drivers" introduced us...

EPISODE 046: The Complete History of Seattle: A Raft of Dead Monkeys Story: Nick Toti

EPISODE 046: The Complete History of Seattle: A Raft of Dead Monkeys Story: Nick Toti

"Ideas of fascism, sexuality, gore, violence, and vomit all erupts into this one package of Raft of Dead Monkeys.  This is dream logic, seemingly never second guessing any impulse that they had at this point in their musical careers…"  - Nick Toti

Raft of Dead Monkeys was a rock band from Seattle, WA, known for their controversy within the Christian punk scene.  The band featured LOR show guests Jeff Bettger lead vocal, and Matt Johnson drums.  Described as a hypothetical band mocking rock culture, their early stage shows consisted of vulgar lyrics, male strippers, and bloody nurses...