Silence is golden. Eric Robinson talks about venturing out into the wild and retaining reticence for an entire week.
Kal Mansoor can not stop the flood of movie offers. There is one catch though, they all want him to play the terrorist. Hear him unleash his fury on the world and win you over with his laid-back charm.
Over some delicious chicken and waffles, Sarah Fernandez talks about home wreckers and "trust fund baby boyfriends" from the midwest.
Michael Hotz recounts his failed attempt at saving the life of a young Slipknot fan.
Brendan Testa recounts his childhood fascination with poop.
Trapped in the closet. Evan Kelman spends a night locked inside a dark wardrobe with a female companion.
Despite the angelic presence, Jessica Nguyen certainly has a way of attracting the devil. Here, she recounts her close brushes with death, and then later, helps me glue back together Todd the snail.
Sleeping on subways at night and making beats at the Apple store by day, Ruslan Stoner (Homeboy Rus) talks about the struggle of being a homeless rapper. Plus, a bonus mürmur with Jonathan Ostrander as an encore.
Fear of the bomb. Daniel Cloud talks about growing up next to a missile plant.
Take two. Jim Search drops by again after an unexpected Garageband malfunction destroys our first conversation.
Jef Taylor knows all too well how an intimate moment can be ruined due to eating too many pot brownies. We light up a fat one and chat up on this green mürmur talk.
The cupid's arrow has a way of striking under the most peculiar circumstances. Antonio Gonzalez talks about confronting his ex-band member for the sake of love.
Mark Danielson discusses how his intrusive fixation on the human buttocks prevents him from maintaining long-term relationships.
Making the problems of our parents our own is what both Chelsea Forgenie and I do the best. Sometimes, all it takes is an 'Easy Bake Oven' cookie to solve all of our life's' problems.
Receiving a lap dance form the stripper who used to bully you in high school can make for a very bizarre experience. TS Chow recounts the hilarious exchange.
Richard Smith discusses how the tentative Buddhist upbringing of his past led him to experiment with the mind altering substances that created a personal breakthrough.
Mik Drake talks about performing wrestling for the very first time in front of a live audience.
Some drink tea while others read in order to relax. Han likes to fight. We argue with words and do our best to keep our fists contained.
Billy Brody and I take a ride down Hershey Highway and discuss the hidden pleasures of Brown Town.
Feeling the presence of a loved ones who has passed on can be a powerful experience. Nicole and I share some of these moments.
James Bartol recounts how the first time he had an epileptic seizure also changed his relationship with the roommate who was living with him at the time.
Strung out on caffeine and buzzing on Budweiser, Mike Fallek and I argue over the authenticity of art and whether it should aim to please, or engage an audience.
Straight out of Alabama, Zack Hamm recounts his experience auditioning, and meeting girls at Christian talent shows.
Kelly Harrod discusses the woes of being a customer service representative at a popular clothing chain.