Macaulay Culkin sightings, Telecommunications Act of 1996, Seattle Bohemians, Stretch Armstrong, Captain Power, Mad Balls and Aliens Toys.
In this episode we force evolution, we force comedy and we force the very air to compress and expand to our will. Let this be a lesson to all those who would dream, day dream or nod off slightly during school, church and work causing their heads to jerk back and their mouths to tell lies. Your sugar plum fairies have reached the very edge of darkness and have returned carmelized in the prunes of their discontent. Also we did a run down of the famous people who died in November. It’s a lot of fun.
Every generation has scary stories to tell in the dark, well, now they call you at home, at school and where ever you go until you move yourself to a nice, big farm upstate.
In our Living Room finale, we're getting into where some of these ideas about equality and inequality come from and what happened to quantifying intelligence. After that we talk about advertisers and mental loop holes and what it means for your brain to be the most advanced, janky piece of sh!t in the known universe.
Ok, so how do we all get along? As we dig further into the Seattle subculture scene ... we dig further still. Past the signs, flags, ideologies and alliances, down past the groups and into the individuals. What makes the people tick who make the groups tick who make the movements tick.