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Episode 36: Art (and) Official Feelings [Serving Delusional Loners Ice: Part II]

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Episode 35 [featuring the Delusional Loners]

**Hey, friends. This episode is a part two of sorts- last week, the Delusional Loners had us on their podcast. Some of the things we talk about on that episode made their way over to this one. While this episode should stand alone, you might have a little more context if you listen to the Delusional Loners: Episode 85. Click here to check that out.

Topics include:
–Art
–Interpretation
–Satire
–Comedy
–Racism
–Would you like Justin if he burnt your house down?

Huge thanks to the Delusional Loners for talking with us.
Click here to find their podcast, here to find their twitter, and here to find their facebook.

Do you remember that time Justin was a robot? Click here to listen to the episode that was referenced.
Do you remember that time we had a creepy alien tree bribing us? Click here to listen to that episode.

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When you hear apple, do you think phone and not fruit? Click here to just find our itunes page. You can subscribe to our podcast and even rate us and write a fun little review.

We’re on a podcast network created by some of our friends. If you like us, you might like one of our pals’ podcasts at www.popularoutcasts.net.

 

Episode 32: Black Bars

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Episode 32

Topics include:
–Censorship
–Art
–[Name redacted] and [Name redacted]
–Media responsibilities
–Satan

 

Follow these links for some context:

–Among many other things, Jello Biafra was the outspoken singer of the Dead Kennedys Click here to read bits from Jello’s biography from his label’s website. The events surrounding the raiding of his house are outlined under the 1986 entries.
Correction- Dylan was wrong about the record the H.R. Geiger poster was in. It wasn’t Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables, it was Frankenchrist.

The alternate title of the Geiger piece is “Work 219: Landscape XX,” which is the mildly unsuspecting name that Dylan was thinking of. We wouldn’t be able to link you to it if Tipper Gore had her way, but fortunately the artists that endured lengthy legal battles against censorship won (kind of), so click here to read the Wikipedia page for “Penis Landscape” or Work 219: Landscape XX.”

–Click the following links to watch Jello Biafra on Oprah in 1986.
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

–Click here to read about Tipper Gore’s crusade against “porn rock.”

–Click here to for the PMRC Wikipedia page.

–Click here to see H.R. Geiger’s concept art for the Alien franchise.
Then click here to check out Geiger’s website.

–Click here to watch Dee Snider’s PMRC senate hearing. As Bill said, it is great.

–Bill was right! In 2002, there was a guy who planted 18 bombs in 5 states to make a smiley face. It appears as though the bombs were real and he assumed people would be injured when they detonated. What a jerk. Click here to read a forum discussion about the story.

–Click here to see a YouTube mix of the comedian Bill mentioned, Paul Mooney

–Did you miss Episode 14 when Dylan talks about human life transforming into a currency? It’s a fun episode, but it gets heavy at times. Click here to revisit Episode 14: “Serving Ice and the Jar of Memories.”

 

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When you hear apple, do you think phone and not fruit? Click here to just find our itunes page. You can subscribe to our podcast and even rate us and write a fun little review.

We’re on a podcast network created by some of our friends. If you like us, you might like one of our pals’ podcasts at www.popularoutcasts.net.

Episode 31: Forever Spinning

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Episode 31
Topics include:
–The introduction of a new SI segment, “Bring Bring, Motherfuckers”
–Rides for an American themed amusement park
–Conspiracy theories
–Legends of dead presidents
–What inanimate object do you feel sorry for?
–A black cat popped Dylan’s tire

Follow these links for some context:

Starting in 1968, activist / educator, Jane Elliott did a series of social experiments to explore the evils of racism. Click here to watch footage from her third experiment, where she turns children against each other based on their eye color.
Years later, she headed a similar experiment using adults. Click here to watch that. It’s really intense and yes, it’s fifty minutes long, but if you set aside that time to watch Jane Elliott at work, you’ll be a better human being by the end.

Do you want to get more information on the legend of George Washington? Click here for the Cracked article Justin talked about.

Did you miss Episode 13, where we talk about robots and briefly discuss the thoughts of inanimate objects? It’s one of our favorite SI episodes ever. Click here to listen to Episode 13: “O, Cursor! Where Do We Go When We Get Deleted?”

What kind soul would sit across from Dylan at a restaurant and listen to his babblings about lovesick ceiling fans? Meet Kevin Seibert. Click here to creep Kevin’s twitter and click here to listen to The Portable Power Podcast, of which Kevin is one-third of.

What ride would you put in an America themed amusement park? Have you ever gotten depressed because of an inanimate object? Follow these links to find us and let us know:

Want to say witty things to us in 140 characters? Click here to just find us on twitter.

Want to talk about the episode? Click here to just find us on facebook.

Want to see how pretty life can look with the help of unrealistic filters? Click here to just find us on instagram.

When you hear apple, do you think phone and not fruit? Click here to just find our itunes page. You can subscribe to our podcast and even rate us and write a fun little review.

We’re on a podcast network created by some of our friends. If you like us, you might like one of our pals’ podcasts at www.popularoutcasts.net.

 

 

Episode 27: Fike Club

Justin and Bill fight homophobia, who is Juan?, Justin gets a new job, Dylan pits Ted Nugent and Fred Durst against each other, answering machine high jinks, homework, Fike Club, and more.

 

Follow these links (especially the first few):

Below are a bunch of wikis from the people Dylan mentions at 23:01-23:32. Please don’t limit your knowledge of these people and their struggle to the information on Wikipedia, but the following links should serve as a good jumping off point.
Click here for Mumia Abu-Jamal’s wiki. Click here for Leonard Peltier’s wiki. Click here for Assata Shakur‘s wiki.

Click here to check out Amnesty International.

Click here to watch Bill and Dylan’s favorite (non-comedy) news source, The Young Turks, talk about Ted Nugent being a creeper-creep.

Click here to JFU on twitter, here to JFU on facebook, and here JFU on iTunes.

We’re on a podcast network created by some of our friends. If you like us, you might like one of our pals’ podcasts at www.popularoutcasts.net.

 

Episode 22: In Search Of… The White Man March

In episode 22, Dylan talks about a recent adventure where he tried to infiltrate, study, and inevitably mock a group of white supremacists, Justin falls for the KKK’s new PR hook, and Bill reveals a secret about The Sons of Anarchy motorcycle club.

 

Check out these great (and not so great) links:

Click here to know your enemy (and waste your time).

Click here to know your friends.

Besides being super-rad, Dylan’s pal Freya plays awesome folk-punk acoustic music. Click here to check out her tunes.

Click here to find our iTunes page.

Click here to find our Twitter-thing and here to find our Facebook-thing.

We’re on a podcast network created by some of our friends. If you like us, you might like one of our pals’ podcasts on www.popularoutcasts.net.

 

Episode 18: Have You Met America Sometimes?

In episode eighteen, the Serving Ice crew work through some of the questions left behind from the previous episode. Together, the three hosts boldly confront corruption, racism, stereotypes, and patriotism, as attempt to dismantle the mechanics behind each.

Follow these links for as much context as we’re willing to give you:

Click here for that Newsroom clip.

Click here to find our iTunes page.

Click here to find our Twitter-thing and here to find our Facebook-thing.

We’re on a podcast network created by some of our friends. If you like us, you might like one of our pals’ podcasts on www.popularoutcasts.net.

Episode 11: We Laugh At Fedoras (And Break All The Rules)

Listen in as Justin and Dylan make a big announcement and see if you can follow along with all of the topics they jump to and from!

Listen to Serving Ice on Popular Outcast on Episodes 108 and 109.