Here’s another hour of listeners calling my pay phone in a contest I like to call Who Can Saying The Weirdest Shit Possible To Me. During post editing I solved the mystery of daylight savings in Indiana. It wasn’t the Mandella effect after all. “From 1970 until 2006, most of Indiana in the Eastern Time Zone did not observe daylight
After playing a few random sound clips I found on my hard drive last night, we jump into the mysterious world of 1986 where we jam out to the Neutron Dance, where I say everything I type into the computer for the listening audience just like I was taught in movies, where I torment the teenagers that hang out in
In this show we get to know residents of Celina, Ohio on a very personal level with some hard-hitting questions. Here’s a video of some destruction from Celina’s tornado, then a guy filming his television like a hobo Stealth camping in Celina More tornado footage Holy crap, Dollar General was actually destroyed Look at this guy acting like Wal-Mart should
This episode of Brad’s Cactus Shack activates my old man story mode so I can tell stories about old men. Then I play some old 90’s Dino audio that can barely be heard, but it’s okay because I tell you small parts of what he probably said, then drone on and on about OCI for a bit. We wrap it
Cody NoName sent me a link to a conspiracy video that I really want to watch, but I’m too afraid to watch it by myself because conspiracy videos are scary, so I’m bringing you guys along to watch it with me. This is a conspiracy theory about the Skunkworks situation and what those underground tunnels really mean. Don’t worry, there’s
Mike sent me my arrest report from 1993, which details my crimes against the 7-Eleven I worked for, so this entire episode is me reading the report. Music is Take The Monkey And Run by Steve Miller, and Dizz Knee Land by Dada.
This episode gets back to the business of clearing out my hard drive and playing a few of the interesting things I find along the way. You’ll hear some transfer files I made to more effectively trick phone company employees, some stuff I’m pretty sure came from my good pal Legend, a weird method of getting free calls and hiding
Today’s Cactus Shack episode is an hour-long call in show where I sit in my comfy recliner and take calls on the pay phone and we basically just scream at each other a lot. Enjoy! Listen to Neon every single Sunday night because she never misses a week Here’s a Jack Nicolson soundboard prank to KFC You can’t trust those
This past weekend I’ve been reorganizing my hard drive IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN and trying to make more sense of the kajillions of files I’ve collected over the years, and I’ve decided that the best thing to do is permanently delete them all. But not before playing them for you guys to hear in everyone’s favorite new show
In our special Christmas edition of HMB, we discuss The Buzz In Lebanon, time traveling Jesus, we depress our listeners with the sounds of a miserable dog, Alex gets pulled over for walking, and we talk about the haunted houses we visited.
Here’s an episode where we talk a little about the bizarre marijuana ban in Linn County. This episode includes interviews with city councilman Ray Kopczynski, and the owner of a marijuana dispensary, Brock Binder. In this episode, we completely solve our local marijuana issues. You’re welcome, Linn County.
I discovered a lot of awesome new music last year, but one artist has really stood out among my favorites and the more I listen to his music the more I like him. That artist is Rappy McRapperson. I think my love for Rappy has gone far beyond just a passing phase at this point. I originally found just 2
Some tribute type stuff to The Bastardcast, Nate and Di, and The RBPC Show. A call to an auto repair shop about urine, some voicemails and Beat The Geeks in Detroit. Music in this episode is mostly by Nerf Herder. The show runs about 14 minutes and 48 seconds. BastardCast Nate & Di Nerf Herder on Wikipedia nerfherder.net Nerf Herder
This show contains a few miscellaneous calls that have happened in the past few months, including bill collectors, calling Dad on Father’s Day, tricking an Applebees guy, Internet, and the Sick Whispering Doctor Lady. And a voicemail. There’s lots of Lemon Demon music too. The show runs about 16 minutes and 40 seconds.
A few interpretive LiveJournal entry readings, performed by me, Murd0c, Jammie and CountyKid. To subscribe to Interpretive LJ, click here. The song at the end of this show is Hit Em Up by 2Pac. Total running time is 13 minutes, 28 seconds.