In which we welcome graphic designer, comic artist, and blogger Anthony Blair-Borders to the studio; he and his wife become T-Town virgins; we hear of big parades in the Castro; tech bros edging people out of the Bay Area; Anthony wears a Murakami Zelda shirt; Tacoma has a soul; Tacomans like their pets, especially if they're at zoos; octopuses can pick locks; Dale Chihuly isn't that bad; we talk zines; Anthony tells of his childhood; Vietnam and schizophrenia happened; boy makes small warnings; Anthony draws monsters; 1000 yards of staring; Mom's life was like a Philip K. Dick novel; Anthony gets an award; Anthony's wife is funny af; Anthony draws Iron Maiden album covers; Anthony felt like a secret monster; Anthony gushes about his kids; we share our writing and talk about it; KC can't say Galifanakis; and more!
Closing Song: "Saw Her Standing There" - The Beatles
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In which Jeff and KC go to the Hangar to see Jamal Harrington do comedy; Jamal needs so many bitters in his club soda to look like toilet water; Jeff drops KC off at the Rapture; Veterans Day gets a mention; South Hill is the suburbs to the suburbs; strip club weirdness; Blue Star Donuts and Denny's Grand Slams; KC's never left Tacoma; KC tells a wicked roller derby tale; Jamal dates a Rat City Roller Girl; Gotham beat by Rose City in Portland; Jimmy Graham leaps over a dude; Jamal extols the virtues of being a NY Giants fan; Marshawn Lynch throws skittles; Jamal is putting on a show in Plaska, Texas to honor his cross country coach; Justin Hayes and Robert Moore will be there; Jamal likes Jefe's radio voice; Billy Crudup played Pre in Without Limits; If Jamal's not nervous, something's wrong; Love is in the 253; Susan Jones is headlining the next JAMCO show at the Renton Civic Theater; Jeff's pretty sure Tallahassee is the capitol of Florida; Josh Firestine has a show Tuesday at Jazzbones with Toby Roberts; and the Women of Star Wars Art Show is happening at Destiny City Comics.
Podcast: Decoding Westworld
Closing Song: "Everything is Wrong" by Interpol
In which Jeff and KC travel to sunny Portland for her birthday; we brave I-5, multiple Denny's; WFTDA Roller Derby Championships; and all sorts of other stuff so listen! Big ups to all the people who helped make KC's birthday really fun, including but not limited to Dot Tsunami, Jill Dozer, Janys Murphy, Polly Pocketknife, Amy and Mark - you guys are awesome!
Closing Song - "Smile" by Portugal. The Man