The news, eh? What is it? Where do I find it? What do I do once I’ve caught it? Is it contagious? Already 2011 has been awful full of news, and with human-produced news levels at their highest point in recorded history, what can be done to prepare for the eventual catastrophe which everyone is certain is coming from somewhere soon?
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Join us as we try to set Dan up with Deborah Hill Cone. Have a look at her sterling wit here, just before John Campbell has to actively resist punching her in the face.
But mainly we take a look at Andrew Little – can he be Labour’s Don Brash In A Good Way Don’t Get Me Wrong Here? Can he save us from the horrors we so accurately predict (will be Bill English’s fault)? It’s all a bit of a downer – BUT! Comedic relief is here in the form of a brand new ACT MP! Hurray!
Bit of a busy weekend so I haven’t had a chance to listen back to this one yet, but better get something out before you all forget we exist. Will add in tags and a blurb later on.
update: HEY! well it turns out we talked about ACT again! Specifically David Garret and his online dating conquests, among other things. Hurrah.
Sorry for the delay, everybody. Here’s our FORTIETH EPISODE! From Auckland’s “Party Central” (failed plans for a celebration zone on Auckland’s waterfront) to Wellington’s “Party Central” (Dan and Dave in a strip joint) to Christchurch’s “Party Central” (serious sexual assault allegations), this episode has the lot.
We use the N word in this episode, quoting You-Know-Who. Just a heads up.
Today we take down American agriculture, horny negligent parents and respond to our listeners. But mostly we just gape in awe at the music video that’s setting the world aflame: Insane Clown Posse’s “Miracles”. Enjoy.
Episode three, Dave always tries to go large every St Paddy’s day and ends up with his card decliningThursday, April 1st, 2010
…and once had to break into Dan’s flat to sleep in his couch because he couldn’t get home. In this episode we talk music, sport, religion, The Feelers and haemochromatosis. The big issues.