Natural Home Remedies

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Daily mediocrity since 2003 from Portland, Oregon.

Courtenay Hameister brings friends/co-workers/vampires Shelley McLendon and Michael Fetters back to the studio to talk about what a crazy undertaking they're in the middle of, what with this whole adapting The Lost Boys into a stage play. What's been chan
Learn why there was no show yesterday, thanks to Bobby's stupid body. Find out about David Walker's oh-so-illuminating plane ride next to a drunk christian with a lot on her mind. Discover what the phrase "skyburial" entails thanks to Cort's worldly natur
When Mike Russell is back - you'll know it. You'll know it by his voices, plentiful and ridiculous. You'll know it by how high the educational content of the show rises. You'll know it because we're talking about a LOT of movies. We talk about the clever
Leia Weathington and Byron Beck grab hands and yank the show down an educational path. A sex-educational path. As in Leia's history with sex- education in the midwest is pretty damned backwards. Not as bad as Byron's history with sex-education, which is co
Matt Bors, Political Cartoonist and Pulitzer Prize shortlister, guests on today's show with Courtenay Hameister, on the day that Mitt Romney and Barack Obama go head-to-head for the first time in a televised debate. Except we don't really talk about that.
Lauren Weedman was on today's show. We talked about everything. Or at least it felt that way. The star of "Bust" and "No... You Shut Up" is in Portland to do some prep-work for her newest one-woman show, "The People's Republic of Portland," and she's a li
October begins with a scream. Which seems appropriate, I guess. The horror started the day before, on the kickball field, with a massacre to grisly to mention. Bobby mentions the awesome bit of supplementary income his dentist prescribed him, and Cort mus
How many times have we used the word "Delightful" to describe a Thursday episode? Not many. And yet, today? It happened. Byron Beck and Leia Weathington teamed up to talk about myriad topics - some a little salty, some a little sweet, some a subtle blend
Courtenay Hameister deals with trauma. Lots of it. Firstly, the trauma that comes from being exposed to Bagel Heads. Which is a thing. Secondly, the trauma that comes from belly buttons. Thirdly, the trauma from finding out a self-proclaimed feminist has
David Walker: Back from Hawaii. Refreshed. Rested. Almost drowned and beaten up by the Pacific Ocean. Forced to watch a stingray do things no stingray should do. But at least he got to see the stingray. He never saw the turtles, and he is thiiiiis close t
Chuck Van Pelt of the Portland Retro Gaming Expo and Art Santana of Ground Kontrol kick open the doors to a TARDIS full of every single video gaming experience everyone ever had in the world. Ever. All at once, all this weekend. Find out how Chuck manages to not go …
No Leia Weathington. No Friday Show. No Mike Russell! So we try to sample a little bit of flavors, mix em in with a swirl of Byron Beck, and hope it congeals into a solid hour of discussion, touching on how Ellen Barkin is awesome (but Byron doesn't think so) …
Courtenay Hameister is back everybody! The magnitude of that statement reverberates loudly, and longly (longly?) through the show. Topics of discussion? How she hung out at a convention with the King Nerds of Public Radio, and found out it doesn't matter how nerdy everyone in the room is, the cliques …
Matt Fraction comes to the show today with stories basically bubbling up and out of him, which is good considering he has to get up in front of 200 people and tell a fairly embarrassing personal anecdote as part of Back Fence PDX this weekend. But how challenging can that …
It's a strange thing, to see the decline of your physical and mental being in total clarity while in the midst of a kickball game at age 34. A hilarious, depressing, strange thing indeed. Good thing Ryan Fleming, who is still young and pretty, is on hand to distract us …
Mike Russell goes time-traveling. A rare peek into the man's head beyond "Here's what I think of a movie." In fact, we get walked through a pitch Mike has for a new comic property, and then Mike opens up journals he kept when he was an angst-ridden 22 year-old traveling …
It's a feast for fans of Leia Weathington, as she rolls solo for today's show. Up on the menu? British Ninjas hiding in the theaters to shush the overly social, and how she hopes they come to the US soon so she won't have to go to jail for kicking …
Erik Henriksen of the Portland Mercury was drafted into action by you, the listener, to fill in for an absent Courtenay Hameister. After some donut- related complications in the beginning, a fascinating episode unfolds, involving an engrossing game you can play the next time you find yourself on public transit, …
David Walker hit the studio upset and annoyed. You know what the best thing to do with an upset and annoyed David Walker is, right? That's right - throw fistfuls of stupidity into his grill as a distraction. The stupid on tap for today? Finding out the Bible Belt might …
Ryan Fleming comes not to bury G4, but to celebrate it. Well, actually, no, he comes to bury it, and to worry about those left behind as NBC/Universal announces their plans to make it the DudeBro network, essentially, because everyone knows only ONE SpikeTV is not enough. He also tries …