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043: Where are they now: J-Man

In our brand new segment 'Where are They Now?', the YDKM team brings J-Man, our Tinder Files guest from Episode 20, into the studio. According to him, YDKM just might be his lucky charm. Tune in to hear how a few major things came together right after coming onto the show. Also, head over to to read more about J-Man and listen to his original episode. The music in this episode is courtesy of


042: The Flying Giants of Sketch Comedy

Ever wonder how sketch comedy shows like Saturday Night Live, Key and Peele, or Portlandia are made? This week, we had the Atlanta-based sketch comedy group Flying Giants in the studio! We sat down with two of their members, Wheels and Mercy, to hear about what makes a great sketch and what some of their favorite sketches have been. It's a episode you don't want to miss, so give it a listen and find out where to catch a live show over at The music in this episode is...


041: Mild Rebellions

Local humorist, Crazy Train, joins us in the studio to regale us with stories of his mild rebellions over the years. Going slightly against the grain has always been his style; whether it’s been through making edgy teenage boy scout documentaries, or escalating dorm room rivalries to impressively messy levels, our guest is rarely afraid to be a little bit irreverent. Check out an exclusive YDKM short story from Crazy Train over at Music in this episode is courtesy of...


040: Clarkston's Mayor Ted

Mayor Ted of Clarkston is an all around unique individual - from being a self-proclaimed Berniecrat in Georgia, to his characteristic 'protest beard', to being mayor of one of the US's most diverse small towns. Home to a large refugee resettlement community, Clarkston has been host to a special mix of cultures that Mayor Ted hopes can serve as an inspiration to communities everywhere. Tune in to hear all about the young and rambunctious Mayor Ted, his plans for Clarkston, and head over to...


39.5 MINISODE: sQuishiepuss and Friends

We couldn't leave out the infamous Pee-wee Herman story, could we? So, sQuishiepuss is back in a bonus minisode! Be sure to listen to sQushiepuss's original interview in Episode 39 before tuning in, and don't forget to visit the blog at! The music in this episode is courtesy of


039: sQuishiepuss: From Sucking to Success

With his wry wit and radical candor, sQuishiepuss has a way of cutting straight through pretenses. In this doozy of an episode, he talks being a small town punk, and how hitting rock bottom, twice, taught him valuable lessons about investing in himself. We especially love his “Do what you love and don’t be an asshole” mantra, and his enduring belief that a little bit of punk-era ‘f**k the system’ is what the world really needs. Take a look at sQuishiepuss's work and read more at...


038: The Prodigal Tandy Returns

Tandy, formally known as “The Great and Powerful” and one of our very first guests, recently returned from a long stay in South Korea! Between his job from hell, a particularly irresponsible bike trip, and the ROK’s increasingly bizarre political scandals, Tandy had much to share in today’s episode. Head over to for beautiful pictures and more information on all the madness. The music in this episode is courtesy of


037: Snake Bite Smaj

When Smaj moved to Atlanta, she brought with her a slew of stories ridiculous enough to fuel a standup routine. From getting bitten by a snake, to reporting at a welding rodeo, to catching a politician with his fly down, Smaj has seen it all. Tune in to hear these stories and read more about improv and her career as a journalist at The music in this episode is courtesy of



YDKM is on Spring Break this week, but we'll be back next week with a brand new episode! In the meantime, be sure to catch up on our previous episodes. The music in the episode is courtesy of


036: The Charisma Doctor

If you’ve seen the 2005 movie Hitch, you’re already familiar with what Patrick Zgambo does. He’s a charisma coach, matchmaker, meetup organizer, and magician, but he didn’t start out this way. Eight years ago, Patrick found himself lying in a hospital bed alone, after surviving what should have been a fatal motorcycle accident. As he struggled through the long recovery process, he stumbled into a very important epiphany about love and how we can all be a little better at it. Tune in to hear...


035: "Rearranging Chairs on the Titanic", Confessions of a Conservation Biologist

On the docket for today is climate change, impending doom, and a little nudity. Today’s guest and Conservation Biologist, Mr. McScience, sheds light on the impacts of climate change that are happening as we speak, the surprising misadventures of his fellow scientists, and how we can play a more active role in helping out our dear ol’ Momma Earth. Check out for much more information on the topics covered today. The music in the episode is courtesy of


034: Makin' It Happen

Three years ago, Elliott was in a bad place - he had just watched his business fall apart, and was left with an unclear path of where to go next. It was at that point that Elliott discovered a maker space, and an incredible community of creatives that would, over the next few years, become his family. Together, they’ve paved the way for other aspiring creatives and nerds to discover their inner ‘makers’, and of course, build really cool stuff. Read more about Elliott and Making It Up...


033: Into the Cannes

YDKM listeners we proudly introduce to you the wacky and zany podcasting duo, Philthy and Michelangelo! Come join Tink and Veeps as they learn more about their new show, In the Cannes with Dr. Randall McNally. Be prepared to laugh a lot as the unlikely duo shares their path to self discovery and all of the crazy characters they’ve met along the way.. Be sure to check out the show notes at for information of Michelangelo’s films and Philthy’s burgeoning career in wrestling.


032: Life Unplanned

Meet Cookie: former delinquent, survivor of a chronic illness and single mom of a kick ass kid. Veeps and Tink join her on a journey through her early adult life in a tiny town in New York state, to navigating college as a new mother, to her big move down to Atlanta, and all the difficulties that come with meeting new people and dating in a new place. Head over to for more. Music in this episode is courtesy of


031: Indiana Jones: Return of the Lost Millennial

Indiana Jones (the Atlanta native, not the Nazi-fighting Harrison Ford) did not intend to become an archaeologist, but through a series of interesting life events, stumbled into it as a career and passion. This Indiana Jones covers common misconceptions about archaeology, the history of the Bible, America's perception of Israel and Palestine, and the black market for antiquities. Head over to for notes and an in-depth look into his world. Music in this episode is...


030: Video Dreamin'

Veeps and Medusa are joined by an old college friend, AJ 2.0, who shares her experiences with leaving the corporate world and following her dreams on a whim and a prayer. Hear about her daring leap of faith and experience a unique moment in one woman's crossroads as she finds and explores her niche. Learn more at The music in this episode is courtesy of


029: Chainsaw Church Camp

Our old friend Andy is back! This time with a story about church camp that will scare the pants off your inner 10 year old self, as well as a few bonus stories about a particularly awkward religious convention that made him question his faith altogether. Head over to for more. The music in this episode is courtesy of


028: Mary Strawberry

Clowns, burlesque and Prague, OH MY! Mary Strawberry, an Atlanta burlesque dancer and clown, sits down with Medusa and Tink to talk about her life on stage, her eclectic Clown Family and her crazy vodka filled adventures in Prague. Who would have thought that clowns could be sexy? Or that sensual, comedic dancing can be a powerful tool to challenge our social mores? Listen to hear one artist's surprising, subversive journey and maybe even learn to relate to clowns. Read more about Mary...


027: The Robot Hot Glue Gun Revolution

Action N’s love affair with 3D modeling began to blossom long before he understood where the technology was heading. He never could have predicted that he would end up spearheading a project to teach the Atlanta public about 3D printing, or that his non-traditional path would bring him to the threshold of a bleeding edge technology. Listen to hear more about Action N's journey, and head over to to read about what you need to know about the future of 3D printing. The music...


026: The Karma Ride, Part 2

Sitting at his favorite bar, Andre plans a biking trip to Los Angles that will not only change his life but the lives of many. It was in that moment that the Karma Ride was born. From the little old lady in a coffee shop that gives him a helping hand, to the girl who was saved at the Grand Canyon, Andre's chance encounters intertwine into an incredible story. Despite dehydration, theft and exhaustion Andre makes it to Los Angeles, where a chance meeting with a man whose life was changed by...