Jay’s story is as big as he and his heart are. We travel through his missionary trip to Africa, Trump’s America, and dealing with the grief of lost loved ones with the profanity of two drunk barflies.
Oleg is a Ukrainian immigrant. Moving to America when he was just ten years old. Living in fear of deportation until granted asylum, legally issued a green card, then full citizenship more than ten years later.
We spend time talking about growing up as an immigrant, our growing disillusionment with American Nationalism, and taking a journey into psychedelic enlightenment.
Monday Meltdown is our weekly time to chat with each other.
On this weeks episode, we hear a meltdown from Megan regarding her real fear of violence as she takes part in the March for Our Lives movement to demand that our lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools today.
"I think when people go on these mass shootings, it's not about the victims it's about themselves. It's them doing something for themselves not realizing the pain they are causing others."
- Taylor Nelson
This is a more light-hearted conversation about gun control. We recorded this episode after San Bernardino. We put this episode on the shelf because we didn't feel like it was as potent as when we would discuss gun control without recording. But in light of Orlando, our feelings have changed...