Category: Born in the Eighties
Friends born in the eighties, forged in the nineties, grown up in the 00s, and in serious trouble in the 10s.
Thor comes crashing into the room asking whether or not our drinking problem is truly helping the war effort against the frost giants. A dude runs in while tripping balls on bath salts and not only steals Adam’s innocence, but also runs off with our beloved pet goat named after a children’s TV show character. It isn’t Lance’s fault that the Mexicans working the kitchen at the pizza place ruined their computer by watching porn, but he still has to do his laundry in that rape dungeon of a basement of his apartment. We can all agree that Star Wars would have been 100x more depressing with Christopher Walken playing Han Solo.Continue reading
A teacher dresses up as Mark Twain but forgets to wear the pants, Jon’s 5th grade music class induces a Vietnam flashback. Ninjas break into cars, and get chased away by guidos weilding guns. A modern re-telling of “Top Gun” would be flawed fundamentally, though U.S. Military planes have kick ass names. In Rural America, everyone drinks and drives, while attempting to elude the cops. We discuss the Mechanics of getting a blowjob whilst walking, and how awesome sticking your torso out of a sunroof is. Ghost ride an ATV dirty, and become a living god, meet Jack Hardcase, NBC CEO and remember, Patricia is the worst female name. Links and more after the break.
Adam and Jon are again joined by their guest Lance to talk about everything from the Bat Cave’s secret playboy grotto to the ability for drunken girls to take the fall at a party busted by the cops. Lance outruns the local police, and whips a “shitty” in his dodge neon. Meanwhile, Jon contemplates whether or not someone died in his car before he bought it. All of the while Adam tries to decide whether the BK kids club or the extreme ghostbusters is more diverse. All this and more in the 7th episode. If you listened to these once a day, that would be a full week, and you would be a weird person for doing so. Episode Links, downloads and web player after the break.
This week Adam and Jon talk to their good friend and old roommate Lance. He is a funny person, and he adds his unique point of view to the stuck up and stuffy podcast that Adam and Jon run. His new free-wheeling ways upset the establishment and he is thrown out for being too “real”. But, banding together with his new pal Rowdy Roddy Piper, Lance gets set to take over the airwaves with his own brand of realism. Through a hilarious romp-ridden musical montage Lance takes over the studio from the opressors. Jon and Adam end up with pies in their faces, and a Tears for Fears song plays as the kids win!! Yay! Also, Donkey Lips is still alive, I repeat, Donkey Lips is still alive. Episode Player, Download Links and more after the break!
This week, our hosts are joined by a Mr. Tony Trout. He was not born in the eighties, but his heart is in the right place. France and its malodorousness are discussed, as well as a lot of pondering on languages in general. Our hosts discuss their favorite on stage roles, and we get our very first listener email. Embedded player,links, and info after the break.
Outfitted in the finest new recording equipment that tax return money could buy, our 2 intrepid 80’s-nauts decide to peruse the news. Pudgy men are paid to belly flop for a living, women hide illicit substances in odd places, and french canada refuses to be freaky. Anita Sayed responds to our request for love with a caps lock infested letter from a local bank. All this in more in Born in the Eighties 3rd outing. Download links and show notes available after the break.
In this episode, Atlantis is discovered, and we find out that Mrs Neptunia is a bit of a Bitch with a capital B. Mercury causes the death of thousands of puppies, unwittingly. Cock shotguns are invented and distribution of such weapons is foiled by the police. We also reply to Miss Anita Sayed. Links and much more after the break.
Our intrepid heroes wax philosophical about Jake Lloyd spinning mad yo-yos, the Sherlock Hamm detective agency, and the un-importance of “stinking badges”. 90’s dog makes his skateboarding appearance, as well as Dave Coulier and Jack Ching, Bada Bing the jackalope. Stay tuned to the end for our first ever reader email! Embedded player and download links after the break…