Monthly Archives: March 2020

121. the show is bigger on the inside

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-zuwmm-d6ae80 Sterling and Kortney welcome special guest Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon) to talk sheep, Madam CJ Walker, the best comedy to lighten any mood, and the brazen actions of one KFC and their donut chicken sandwich. Find the Progressive Army here https://progressivearmy.com/

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120. skumps!

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ms75a-d57c33 Sterling and Kortney concur that the “12 times tables” are the worst of the multiplication tables. There’s new designs in the indoob store (finally) and some upcoming cons and fests to wear said merchandise to, like Leaky Con! Later,

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  • 133. calling car no. 34 September 16, 2020
    Sterling got stuck in an elevator. Here's his story. Later, Sterling confabulates Kortney about returning to the cinema and afterward discusses horror movies, TV, and if they're ever able to handle them. The Black History Fact is more a Black Joy Excellence as we celebrate Nandi Bushell with Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl. Not everyone gets their ow […]
  • 132. grok the questions that need answers September 2, 2020
    Sterling revisits 'Oumuamua and attempts to convince Kortney to watch Lovecraft Country for the culture. A few questions that need answers: what does the heart-shaped herb taste like? How do eels procreate? Are you bothered by the word moist? We don't have the answers, but feel free to provide yours or ask your own questions at indoobpod@gmail.com.
  • 131. battle of the elements: korra in lovecraft country August 20, 2020
    Sterling and Kortney are joined by returning guest Janelle (@jsoabove) to discuss coping with plants, Aang vs Korra, and the state of animation and streaming services. Sterling reviews the first episode of Lovecraft Country (and other shows he's been watching).