Lots of good stuff this time, kids! Three epic things: Doug's Brass Knocker finale, The BOMB STORY and the Villisca Ax Murder house ghost bump from years ago. Enjoy responsibly!
- Rigor mortis is great.
- Doug singing 'Let It Be' as the final karaoke song at the Brass Knocker, 2012. This was after like five long islands, just saying...
- Dustin's 'Stranger Things' opinions from Attack of the Killer Podcast (http://attackofthekillerpodcast.blogspot.com/) Subscribe to this podcast!!
- The Company Kitchen machine at work
- Trilety's 'Two Truths and a Lie.' Jason buys them all.
- Doug giving Megan a tour around good ol' Jones Street in Sioux City
- 'You Are the Brightest Star' by Streetcar Conductors (https://streetcarconductors.bandcamp.com/) Buy this song!!
- THE BOMB STORY (recorded back in February)
- Doug hiding from the rain on his walk
- Some stuff in 'My So-Called Life' is pretty ridiculous. But maybe I think that because I'm old now.
- The epic Villisca thud! Circa November 2004
- The Painfully Cheesy Love Song of the Week: 'Lady L' by Nick Andopolis
Karaoke happened again! And we've got the best song of the night right here, folks. Also, Doug gets Greenbergian in a new segment called 'Why??', complains about the Olympics and let's his frustration out on his drum set and some defenseless soda cans. Please enjoy responsibly.
- Farewell, Gene Wilder. Thank you.
- Doug's favorite pizza: http://elfredopizza.net/
- Some drumming questions in a new segment called 'Why??'
- Fun with the paper towel tube and the Pizza Shoppe
- Trilety destroying the karaoke competition
- Some thoughts on the Olympics
- Drums are more fun than yard work.
- A little game at Sioux Falls. Can you tell which is Megan?
- Jan zings Bill good!
- HULK SMASH CANS
- Doug's most heard musical accomplishment and the Worked Up So Sexual remix it came from. This was called the 'Pole mix' cuz I said it was supposed to be the ultra sexy version. Whatever.
- Trilety tells a funny story about the Care Bears. And cock.
-The Painfully Cheesy Love Song of the Week: 'Boom Boom' by Paul Lekakis. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXMrDu7374Y