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Daily mediocrity since 2003 from Portland, Oregon.

This show is a miracle. Cort almost died, Fatboy pretty much was dead, and Ryan Fleming had to endure an onslaught of internet idiocy - and somehow they survived to bring a show full of spacefaring kitties, crashing cars, French heists, and a solution to the Zombie Apocalypse that's almost …
Today's show is brought to you by Word Salad. The effects of exhaustion on both Mike Russell and Fatboy Roberts lead to a total revolt of both the brain and the tongue. Mike is afeared of his upcoming appearance at Comics Underground, but luckily, the textbox comes to the rescue …
I don't really know what happened but Cobra Commander has bad lumbar support, and we discover the existence of fistmeat, which will not be a topping on your Godfather's Pizza, but you can order a pie with a side of Sexual Harassment and 15 second smiles if you want. Byron …
It's kinda weird how a conversation about Ben Gibbard and Zooey Deschanel turned into a meditation on the fiercely competitive nature of the classic nerd, and how freeing it is to admit you're wrong when you're wrong, but with Courtenay Hameister in the room, we got from there to here, …
Jefferson Smith, the would-be Mayor of Portland, reveals the inspiration behind a large part of his campaign strategy: Dalton from Road House. He expounds on the wisdom of being nice, the problems inherent in trying to rehabilitate Portland's more in-need areas, and whether David Walker's wish to get 82nd Ave …
The Halloween spirit is lost on the show today. Cort details the trail of disappointment he was forced to walk in this weekend. Aaron Duran had his spooky weekend ruined by last week's movers, and Ryan Fleming is more concerned about the giant laser looking to rip a hole in …
Yet another weekly blast of ridiculousness, sublimity, insight, sheery goofery and nostalgia, straight from the mind of Mike Russell, who tries to compliment The Sandpuppeteer on her beautiful Sabertooth Vampire Artwork about 12 times amidst rampant derailings and interruptions about things like: Steak. Knockoff 70's toys. Down With Love, and …
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Courtenay Hameister has a LOT to say today, about a lot of things: Congress' war on the uterus. Why you're not really supposed to wear white after Labor Day. The folly of letting men design clothes for women who are as close to invisible as possible, and then expecting women …
So much knowledge contained within today's show, it could power wikipedia for a month. That's sorta what David Walker does. Not only is the secret history of Metal investigated, but find out how to make your morning more metal, and what section of the grocery store will serve those needs? …
It was a weekend full of changes, and those changes have made the show a little on-edge. Aaron Duran is run ragged by the most inefficient moving company ever. Cort's life is complicated by a surprised chicken-infusion. Ryan Fleming has news about the Xbox 720, but is incensed by the …
It ain't every show in which Brian Blessed barfs and passes out, an acclaimed actor brings knifey gifts, and the spirit of Michael McDonald is summoned amonst an aura of Lasagnas gone by. But that happens on today's show. It is part of the magic that follows Ryan McCluskey wherever …
How do you follow up the pouring out of emotion from last week's show with Big Jim and Byron Beck? Well, you do what Byron always does - you go to the bathroom. The first 30min of the show deals with quite a few subjects: How to test for witches, …
Is it a surprise that the director of How's Your News and the South Park documentary 6 Days To Air thinks Jersey Shore is an important show? It might be a surprise how earnestly Arthur Bradford argues the point, but Bradford is a guy who looks at things a little …
David Walker hasn't had a lot of happy experiences. Maybe that's due to his general outlook on life? Or maybe it's that he worked at Goodwill before Goodwill was cool and people kept donating human waste into the aisles of his store? Cort's bike tried to kill him before he …
A show so grand, it can only be summed up in two syllables: BEPPO! Aaron Duran, a week away from premiering La Brujeria #2, talks about the trials and tribulations of continuing his comic series: Why hiding spoilers from your artist is not a good idea, how criticism actually got …
Contention: Thy name is Erik Henriksen. The Portland Mercury's senior editor fills in for a slacking Mike Russell, and finds himself immediately knee deep in protesters, and the amazing invention known as "up-twinkles," an invention that would have made "Gladiator" a much better movie. Of course, the Phantom Menace 3D …
Sometimes, this show goes behind the curtain, drops the facade, and starts digging into stuff that normally is left in the dark. And sometimes, that happens when Byron is on, and on the day when Big Jim Willig brings in dear friend Kristine Levin, who is currently hopping around the …
Courtenay Hameister had a really, really hard weekend. It's actually a miracle she survived it. It involved funerals, and rewrites, and insults and litigation threats and discomfort and tears and something called Manilowtion. There are trials and tribulations in repairing relationships thanks to running your yap in public, almost as …
David Walker's sinuses are the gateway to the past. It's true. His clogged nasal passages contain a portal to the malls of 1984, shady piercing huts, and confrontations with jocks who adhered to "the code." From there, we wind up in a multiplex talking about The Avengers, Drive, and the …