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 053: Being Human: Bella Biagio

EPISODE 053: Being Human: Bella Biagio

This episode is about being human.  Being human with other humans and learning to pull our heads out of our asses and away from our phones.

I met Bella through my friend Eddie.  Eddie was hanging out in the CounterCulture Society Mad Lab one day and mentioned, "You know who you need to have on the podcast? BELLA BIAGIO!"

I immediately acted like I knew who she was because clearly, she was famous and I was just out of the loop.  I gave Eddie some LOR stickers and asked him to give them to her, then immediately Facebook messaged her and introduced myself.  Name dropping Eddie of course.  Months later we finally got together to have drinks in the Lab, and now I'm in love with my new friend.

EPISODE 050: Mega-Corporate Telescoping Penis?: Dan & Baby Dan

EPISODE 050: Mega-Corporate Telescoping Penis?: Dan & Baby Dan

Daniel Timothy Desrosiers & Daniel O'Connell

This comedy duo is the perfect mix of narcissism and comedic hilarity.  These episodes run through the hilarious gambit of their witty minds, through many topics, landing on a conversation about working for the mega-corporate machines and our various experiences, desires, and reasons why they work for some us, while repulsing others...

EPISODE 036: Hyperdrive Jew: Grace Strachman

EPISODE 036: Hyperdrive Jew: Grace Strachman

This is a pun-filled joy ride of laughter and conversation about how we grew up in Jewish and Christian religious homes.

My wife Jen joins us again in this episode and uses her Peanut Gallery powers to draw us back into more important things rather than our happy rabbit trails.  Grace's story of being Jewish but not Jewish enough to be accepted by some Jews is a story relatable to many of us.