Jonah Andrist is an American writer who’s based in Pocatello, Idaho. He’s also the host of the podcast “Western Thought”. We had a conversation about the light magic and ubiquity of The Joe Rogan Experience, limiting internet consumption and accepting the time that you were born into.
Ester Zar is one of my good mates from New York. She’s also the host of the podcast “Essie’s Hour of Love” which you can find on iTunes. In this episode we talk about Shane Gillis’ firing from SNL, the logistics of love and how swiping is a modern chore.
I rant about Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix special Sticks & Stones, Dale Beran’s (author of "It Came From Something Awful) appearance on WTF with Marc Maron, and why using the internet to ask for help is a terrible idea.
"At the time this all just felt like a crazy soap opera that was unraveling before my eyes. But now I realize that this event was an example of natural selection in effect. Habitats produce a pecking order. And if you run afoul of this order, you’ll be asked to leave the tribe."
I rant about the power of civilized disobedience, share a theory about people who are always sharing new theories and explain why your own nut sack will prevent you from getting to the bottom of the Jeffrey Epstein suicide/murder.