When you think homeless mountain climbers, think Mike and Stephen, the premier organizers of homeless mountain climbs. It may sound weird, and arguably it is, but it also has a purpose. Watch A New High to find out what it is.
Henry and Chris are the authors of Spinglish, a book about misleading terms for unpleasant things. They’re very quick to correct any use of non-spun language. It’s their life after all. Nick, a comedian, does not spin very often, nor does he visit City Island for some reason.
Monroe learns about mad hatter’s disease and teaches us about things people sell that nobody needs. It’s an educational experience for everyone but Jay Bee who spends the time in quiet introspection.
Alex is back from her extended honeymoon. Hear all about Europe and Iceland and how they’re really great. Then hear about sex shops and how they’re terrible because that’s a natural transition.
Tom decides to surface and bless the world with crystal clear audio again, and none too soon. Chris is here from the mean streets of New York City where he learned Zumba and fiscal responsibility. Some people get different things out of street smarts than others.
Tom continues to brag about having nice things said about him even in light of the tragic Burger King protests.
This hour is dedicated to all the horrible people out there. With things like Ferguson and hippies protesting in manure happening all around the world, we’d like to remind you to try to be good.
Things are looking up in the field of sports with a Vikings victory over the Falcons and Ron Gardenhire being ousted. Afterwards we have an anxiety therapist on but for the first time ever Tom doesn’t need it.
Let’s discuss the finer points of religion, comedy, and cars with Sean and Doug.