Natural Home Remedies

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Daily mediocrity since 2003 from Portland, Oregon.

Merry Christmas. Here's some crap. Recorded December 2nd, 2011. Featuring Mike Russell, Ryan McCluskey, Jefferson Smith, Aaron Duran, Ryan Fleming, Big Jim Willig, Byron Beck, and David Walker, all onstage at the same time, live in front of 400 listeners with access to a microphone. For best results, visit SantasLilGimp.com …
You wanted the best? YOU GOT THE BEST. 80 straight minutes of Mike Russell talking movies, and nothing but movies. Sure we sidetrack, but when we sidetrack? We sidetrack into MORE MOVIES. The last show of 2011 hearkens back to the last shows of 2008: It's the return of the …
There's about 10 different things we probably shouldn't have done over the duration of todays show. Revelations best not shared. Beds best not crawled into. Butter best not spread. Gifts best not given, and stories best not read aloud, and definitely, trailers best not watched during the middle of the …
Storm Large wrote a book about her crazy life. It was apparently so crazy her publishers had to keep sending it back to her because they were afraid people were going to freak out while reading it. She talks about the struggles with writing it, the nervousness about her dad …
A hastily slapped together compilation of bits from 5 randomly selected episodes from the cortandfatboy archives, dating from January 2008 - June 2009. This is what happens when Cort gets sick - you get old mediocrity. Enjoy your trip into our past, where the show sorta/kinda sounds like the show, …
WARNING: If you are not well-versed in the history of the NBA, or at all interested in the subject of sports, the inherent drama within most sporting events, and the seductive nature of basketball on the impressionable nerd, then today's episode with Kielen King of the Rip City Bad Boys …
Mike Russell not only fixes Karaoke and the Macy's Day Parade, but he fixes it with ingredients nobody else would be genius enough to consider. And he does that before he even starts to tackle the subjects of The Spielberg Face, the bias against animation as a serious medium in …
Byron Beck breaks himself on today's show, in a way listeners have NEVER heard him break. And this is why we don't give him free food. Cort finally comes clean on his secret history with meat slicers. Big Jim Willig not only helps reinvent Karaoke, but he helps put the …
As per usual, when Courtenay comes on, emotions get laid out there. And since we're less than 24 hours away from Thanksgiving, both Cort & Courtenay share their experiences with familial repression from holidays past, because sometimes the best thing to do around your family is just pack every last …
You learn a LOT about David Walker in today's episode: His previous careers as a greeting card writer, and a member of a 90's sketch comedy troupe where his only personal rule was "Don't be Garrett Morris." You also learn that his favorite Sci-Fi TV Show is Captain Caveman, a …
Fatboy provides the temporary recording space, Cort and Ryan Fleming bring the rage: Ryan's been buried under an avalanche of questionable Kinect video games, and when he finally came up for air, the news was there to hit him in the face with a blast of pepper-spray. Cort had a …
The final leg of the textbox farewell tour ends as it should - with multiple things breaking, falling apart and catching on fire. Mike Russell is on hand to relay his tale of triumph at Comics Underground, and Fatboy relays his minor breakdown during rehearsal for The 3rd Floor's "The …
Day 4 of the Textbox Farewell Tour is equal parts educational and hallucinogenic. Firstly, there is no Byron, because for whatever reason, the City of Portland thinks he should serve on a Jury. And then Cort, Fatty & Jim spend an unreasonable amount of time in a dreamworld haunted by …
Day 3 of the Textbox Farewell Tour keeps the heat from yesterdays greasefire of WTF going, as Courtenay Hameister doesn't even for the show-intro to finish before a discussion on bleeping in movies somehow leads to Live Wire employees photoshopping Terry Gross' head onto naked bodies. From there, the discussion …
Day 2 of the Textbox Farewell Tour was an unmitigated success - if you're a textboxer. The show itself trainwrecked spectacularly, bringing Dave Walker to shocked silence more than a few times - but it's when the textbox prompts Dave to speak up about a particularly shameful sexual encounter with …
So much turmoil! Cascadia.fm got sold! Aaron Duran can't do the show anymore! Also, a couple thousand people staged a pretty huge protest in downtown Portland yesterday, and a lot of them had shoes and cameras and ate donuts. Also Skyrim came out which ensured about half our listenership had …
Normally the free-associative basket of WTF is dumped on the listener's heads on a Thursday. But it turns out this week, it is one day delayed. Mike Russell has fried his brain preparing for next week's Comics Underground presentation. Fatty is slowly losing all of his mental faculties preparing for …
Apologies to those who like Thursday because it's their weekly dose of sheer WTF, because this episode is very much concerned with things like Occupy Portland getting an eviction notice, local media leading the charge to shut it down, and the homeless issues that seem to be both highlighting and …
Glory is the appropriate result when Capt. Redgoat McHaggis (aka Dan Clark) of PDX Yar drops by. Not only does he tell some fabulous jokes sure to get your free drinks at the Swashbuckler's Ball this weekend, but he helps expose Courtenay Hameister's rampant anti-mermaidism. Courtenay also has a couple …
Can you get deep while wading in the shallow end of the pool? David Walker helps us try all show long, as the subject of unconventional beauty comes up early, and continues throughout the entirety of the show: Why was the 70's so friendly to great, yet unconventional looking, actors …