This week Bryan shares his latest Postmates trauma, while Erin shares her DVR mishap from the Oscars. Also, Dr. Daniel Dopps a Chiropractor in Kansas created a new vagina “lipstick” to help stop menstrual leakage and rid the embarrassment of menstruation! Plus, out actors and actresses in Hollywood are consistently overlooked for awards while straight actors and actresses are often awarded for playing LGBT characters.
March 8th is National Day Without A Women!
"Un Chien En Deluge" and Swift Justice taped in front of a live audience at the Trocadero Theatre in Philadelphia, PA on September 20, 2016 during the Tour of Live Justice! Plus, Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn catch up with Robert Hicks of the Mütter Museum and Nick and Sara from Episode 94: Bleached and Mounted Bones of Contention. And songs from Cynthia Hopkins!
Here is the Dogville short the Judge had Bailiff Jesse watch during the show:
Listener Melissa wrote in about this week's episode. She is the training director New England Dog Training Club and had some thoughts about dog footwear. She wrote (emphasis ours):
Salt on sidewalks in cities, specifically, can literally burn the pads of the feet. That funny dance the dog does when it is in contact with salt is a dog trying desperately to stop the burning on their delicate paws. Secondly, sidewalks are not insulated so my veterinarian friends see several cases every year of frostbite on the paws, burns on the paws from sidewalk chemicals, and slices on the inside of the dog paws from ice that gets into the paws -- injury that only gets worse when salt literally gets in those wounds.
In the summer, again, sidewalks aren't insulated and were designed for we people to walk on said sidewalks with shoes. These sidewalks can literally burn the pads of dogs' feet (I've had students walk dogs in the summer and end up with 2nd and 3rd degree burns on their dogs feet). If you can't hold the back of your hand on the sidewalk for a count of 10, it's too hot or cold for the dog to take a walk without appropriate barrier protection - boots.
I grew up in a dogsledding family in rural Maine, so when Jesse said "Who here has run the Iditarod," I laughed because I sort of did! I was only shoved in a locker once as a result of that nerd-badge :) We used boots on our dogs to protect against ice, sticks, and rocks slicing open their feet. But the chemical burns were not a concern. Running through puffy snow wasn't as much of a concern (snow is insulating), but packed snow tends to have ruffage, sticks, nature poking through - this stuff can really slice open those feet.
So yes on sweaters on those that need it. Yes on booties for all dogs in the city during the winter at least.
Thanks Melissa for this important information!
Thank you to Nick Marritz for suggesting this week's title! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put a call for submissions.
Somehow, SOMEHOW, we created a podcast episode that is just as long as the hour-long episode of television that we're recapping. Which like, at this point, I don't even know if you can call that a recap, really. I think this might actually be a remake.
Comedian and actor K. Trevor Wilson joins us to talk bully parts, tiki bars, and tooth varnish.
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Actor and writer Seth Morris joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of inexplicable hangover commands Jordan's body gives him, the official name for Jordan, Jesse, Go! listeners and the new, very real, $1000 scholarship award Jesse is offering to encourage and support lifelong learning.
If the night sky looks a little empty to you tonight, it's because all the stars are here, in this episode of My Brother, My Brother and Me. Because the Oscars happened! The cinema! All of the acting, and also the directing. Glamour!
Suggested talking points: Our Skewed View on the 2017 Oscars, Unstoppable, Rip Messwell, Dogs Are Dogs, Guy Another Day, Benedict Cumberbatch's Home for Sharp-Faced Boys, Improv Literally Everywhere
This week on One Bad Mother, Living arrangements! Guest host John Roderick joins to talk about the rather non-traditional family set up he shares with the mother of his child, plus we check in with Theresa who is still on maternity leave and Biz isn’t sure long weekends are all they are cracked up to be.
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Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans
Taako makes some fashionable friends. Merle does some wordplay. Magnus remembers.
This week Bryan discusses his tv binge watching, while Erin shares her story of courage by going to the farmers market in the rain. Also, video ads for a conversion therapy ministry have been popping up on LGBTQ Facebook feeds, and James Green a now former GOP county official of Utah decided it was a good idea to criticize an equal pay bill because he still believes women belong in the home. Plus, guest Dan Bucatinsky is back to discuss his former retail career, the tragedy of using fluorescent lighting on a gay man in his 40s, and his new tv show “24: Legacy” airing Monday nights on FOX.
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Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn are in chambers and clearing the docket this week. They rule on properly making the bed, whether or not a 12 year old should be able to get her ears pierced and more! Plus listener letters in response to Episode 292: Conifer Emptor.
Here's a photo of Eva's tree, decorated with lit candles:
Thank you, Eva!