Natural Home Remedies

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Daily mediocrity since 2003 from Portland, Oregon.

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012 April 25, 2012
Another wild ride through a fusillade of topics, with David Walker in the sidecar, goggles strapped on, going full speed ahead. Today's show goes in some unexpected places: Bet you didn't think we'd take an in-depth look at the psyche of Halle Berry, or explore the insanity of Shia LeBeouf, …
Monday, April 23rd, 2012 April 24, 2012
Today's show is one of those where if you don't like one topic - just wait for a couple minutes, because it's gonna get switched up. It's a scattershot stream-of-consciousness flow with Ryan Fleming that touches on subjects such as: Why Call of Duty seems to be the FPS of …
Friday, April 20th, 2012 April 21, 2012
Sometimes, Mike Russell doesn't have a movie to review. This is not a bad thing in the slightest, because that opens up the avenues of conversation to all manner of pop-culture nerdery, such as Guy Pearce being mostly awesome, which led to a discussion about Prometheus advertising, which led to …
So that's what you do with 15 pound lemons?* *show is extremely Portland-centric today. Just a warning for out-of-towners, out-of-staters, international, and intergalactic listeners. Download audio file (04192012.mp3)
Today's show with Courtenay Hameister? Oh, your typical lighthearted, fluffy fare. Just some good, easy listening discussion about DEATH and THE VOID and THE FEAR OF NOT KNOWING and POOPING AFTER YOU DIE, followed up by discussions about Dick Clark shuffling off this coil, and how it's going to be …
Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 April 18, 2012
David Walker brings friend, artist extraordinaire and fake-cake master Joelle Jones into the studio to discuss her new book "The Girl Who Owned A City," and tell stories of many things: How she grew up a Punisher-loving Too $hort fan in Boise, Idaho; her accidental love of pugs; the strangest …
Monday, April 16th, 2012 April 17, 2012
Ryan Fleming returns from his party with Namco, wherein he saw the creator of Tekken live like a boss and soaked up game accordingly, but it only takes about 10 minutes before the show derails from a conversation about cats, their murderous intents, and the best way to approach impending …
Friday, April 13th, 2012 April 14, 2012
It's Friday the 13th. It's a day for monsters. So why wouldn't we have Kyle Yount of Kaijucast on the show to talk about Godzilla, all his rubber suited foes, and the 50th anniversary screening of Godzilla vs. King Kong he's hosting next week. Mike Russell is here to speak …
There are blatant violations of trust and decorum. And then there's this. Download audio file (04122012.mp3)
Courtenay Hameister should feel insulted. Cort met Neil DeGrasse Tyson and not only didn't introduce her, but TOTALLY forgot her name. That this happened only in a dream doesn't matter, it's still a dick move - and so Courtenay helps Cort with some simple tricks to make your memory less …
Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 April 11, 2012
As happens often on shows featuring David Walker, essential truths are scratched at, and understandings are gleaned. What's on the gleaning block for today? Well, Gawker's investigative journalism takes us deep inside the story of Goatse Man, and causes us envision a future in which reporters don't just cover movie …
Monday, April 9th, 2012 April 10, 2012
Ryan Fleming only came in two minutes late, but those two minutes were just enough time to strand him completely in a world where Kenny G epitomizes sophistication, and Bobby reveals, unapologetically, his strongest, most illogical prejudice. Cort reveals one of his bigger weaknesses, and how he indulged it thoroughly …
Friday, April 6th, 2012 April 7, 2012
Mike Russell brought Ryan McLuskey to the show. Bobby then promptly brought the whole show to an insane place. And then we all sort of just played there, as Ryan's tale of Los Angeles craziness was woven through the fraying threads of sanity constantly being picked at. For example: Playing …
Sometimes, an apology isn't enough. You just have to own it. Hold it in your chest, and own it. Download audio file (04052012.mp3)
It's been awhile since we learned about ladythings from Courtenay Hameister, so you know you should probably have your notepads out and have your ears sharpened or pricked up or tuned or whatever it is you do to listen better, because there's a lot of love-learning to be had. And …
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012 April 4, 2012
Have you missed Dr. No Love? He kinda makes a return in the form of David Walker's untempered bile ducts as he spews for a good 15 minutes as to why our Midnight Movie, Boogie Nights, is terrible, and in the process, reveals his fascination with the porn industry, fascination …
Monday, April 2nd, 2012 April 3, 2012
Ryan Fleming has come to save Gaming Journalism, but only after the Bobbies get themselves a Book of Pug: Adventures at the Emerald City Comic-Con include a blast of some Hunger Games with a side of hot bass, a cosplayer in blackface, and how to feel really old without trying …
Welp, I learned a new name for white sauce today. There's that. Download audio file (03292012.mp3)
It gets heated in today's show with Courtenay Hameister. Heated in the mind, heated in the pants, heated in the tongue, heated under the cauldron of frustration and news constantly boiling and bubbling all 24 hours of the day. It doesn't START heated. It starts with the single image of …
Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 March 28, 2012
The unexpected day off has led to the show returning on a bit of a strange track - not too many people would expect the show to kick off with an examination of Don Henley, Steve Miller, and nostalgic leathery white-guy rock of the mid 80s, but that's how David …