Saturday, September 19, 2020

Shake It Out - Episode 4: Multi-Dimensional Entitlement - 09/19/2020

Soraya The Great and Mark talk about existing in the current plane as multi-dimensional beings, the oppressive voice of authority, and speaking truth to power.

Sunday, August 30, 2020

Brothers Balm - Episode 7: Old Arguments, New Normal

Doug and Mark talk about the return to school in a time of COVID, the frustration caused by family members in a time of divided politics, and whether or not evolution is possible without leaving some things behind.

Sunday, August 16, 2020

Shake It Out - Episode 3: They, Them, and I - 08/16/2020

Soraya The Great and Mark talk pronouns, the complexity of humanity, and the evolution of language.

The Virtual Campfire - Episode 62: Click to Clique - 08/16/2020

On this episode of The Virtual Campfire, our camp host Mark talks with Hollee about the early days of Internet chat rooms, living a single-serving life, and what exactly happens when we die.

Saturday, August 15, 2020

The Mixtape - 08/15/2020

This week's playlist:

Bob Marley - Misty Morning
Dead Fingers - Never Be My Man
The Postal Service - Recycled Air
Bad Religion - Sorrow
Tilt - Suspended
Nirvana - Plateau
Rosy Copacetic - In Bloom
Hole - Miss World
Ben Folds Five - Battle of Who Could Care Less
Lorde - Supercut
Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment - Sunday Candy
Phoebe Bridgers - Halloween
blink-182 - Heart's All Gone
Counting Crows - Possibility Days

Monday, August 3, 2020

The Mixtape - 08/03/2020

Today's playlist:

The Felice Brothers - Ponzi
Taylor Swift - the 1
Taylor Swift - The Man
The Killers - The Man
The Beatles - Dig A Pony
Cocteau Twins - Frou-frou in Midsummer Fires
Chris Isaak - Wicked Game
Phoebe Bridgers - Punisher
Deftones - Change (In the House of Flies)
Maria Taylor - Clean Getaway
Paul McCartney - Winedark Open Sea

Sunday, August 2, 2020

Shake It Out - Episode 2: Where Everybody Knows Your Name - 08/02/2020

Soraya The Great and Mark talk about the inappropriateness of 80s television, people who keep token friends of color in their lives so they can win arguments, and the relevancy (or irrelevancy) of Morrissey in 2020.