Waveplays, interviews, specials, and the live nightly comedy talkshow, the Nonsense Password Lounge.
I just need ghost pepper to launch into space.
Back at the gaggle. Eating a hot turkey focaccia.
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Just checking in after not sleeping well. Miltdog2020 comes in like a wrecking ball fresh from a Swedish Taco Bell.
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The gaggle is lazy. The river is stagnate.
Eating hot breakfast pizza smothered in ghost pepper sauce. Gaggle activity is still subdued from the rain. El Gato (Homeboy88) calls in. A little uke jamming. Food, folks, and fun.
Nonsense checks in on the gaggle during a drizzly day. Fredric calls in before he escapes to a fancy life in Europe. Zoey, the mother of the hogs, calls in from Nigeria. The mysterious Scotish lass known as Angi calls in as well.
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Live from the gaggle; the gaggle is sleepy; CueBellaK8 is sunning her crotch; FoxDaCypher tells us about half us; if I sold walnuts my brand would be, Lil Wooden Brains. Check out twitch.tv/nonsensepassword
The Nonsense Password Lounge is dead, Long live the Nonsense Password Lounge! The nightly show on Podbean has been cancelled. I'll show up live from the gaggle on Podbean from time to time, but my new primary platform is twitch.tv/nonsensepassword. It's not just for gaming (which I won't be doing much of there, if at all) and I feel I can do the show I want to do there. Joined by Homeboy88. Boku yama yama hog!
Go Youth FM calls in and I go on Twitch for the first time.
Getting set up for Twitch, damn it's hot, the return of statues, Wampus Cat calls in after watching a sick death match.
I had a dream where Alex Baldwin is eating peaches and watching another actor do a scene as Kim Bassinger and then everything turns into a party line with Miltodog2020, Wampus Cat, Chris Unplugged, El Carpe, Lady Meee, inc_footfetish, Parmida, and more.
I start telling a story about helping a paranoid person, but Wampus Cat calls in to tell me something a learned about a place I never heard of, and then inc_footfetish Part 2.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall and a surprise visit from the foot pimp of peditutes, inc_footfetish. Joined by Wampus Cat.
Hysterical puritanism and the Sleepaway Camp photo op. Joined by Wampus Cat.
Would you eat a MEATeor?; Lady Meee is HOT right now
Toodlin' to the park with animals
Congratulations to Father Brian and Lady Rebecca of Planet ADHD for winning a sweet mic; Tearz joins from his back yard.
I hate a parade; Glenn Burke is an American hero
Tearz can't hear his smoke alarm and it's freaking me out; Bugs Bunny is what now? Why?; joined by Wampus Cat
Jackie Chan is not a transphobe, his estranged daughter was just wildin' out; a VR porn study shows that men feel more flirted with and that the porn actresses seem smarter than when portrayed in the 2D format of yesteryear; bobcats and mountain lions; Democracy Manifest; joined by Wampus Cat and Tearz.
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