Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) welcomes comedian Dave Smith, and senior counsel at the Internet Accountability Project, Will Chamberlain, to discuss their opposing views on the war in Israel, why an internationally accepted solution to this war is very difficult, and how this conflict has the potential to drastically change the public opinion of Israel and Palestine.
Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) invites Alex Jones onto the show to share his thoughts on his return to Twitter, the evolution of the globalist agenda, and the new strategic labeling of anyone who questions government actions.
Brian Lohnes, David Freiberger & John McGann chat with the co-founders of Ringbrothers - Jim & Mike Ring! Ringbrothers tell stories from their early days, discuss the keys to their successful partnership, their process of working with clients, special projects of the past, the Winnebago, how their careers have evolved, cars at this year's SEMA show, the corporatization of Hot Rodding, and what's next
Dusty, crusty and fully embracing the chaos of moving… KB is solo dolo-ing it up from her NEW home surrounded by boxes that need to be unpacked. But before tackling the boxes, she decided to hop on the mic to unpack her emotions from the grief of leaving a home that has so many memories to the excitement of starting the next chapter to navigating the fear that comes with big changes. She talks about the weird stuff she’s been stress eating, from hot sauce on eggs to Primal Kitchen’s pesto mayo on cucumbers. Is KB the only one who eats weird combos like this? She also recaps her trip to Dublin with Clio, shares her thoughts on The Golden Bachelor finale and what her plans are for the holidays. To wrap it up, she shares a confession that left her movers knowing a little toooo much. Whoops!
Kaitlyn is back with two of Barstool Sport’s biggest stars, Pat McAuliffe and Joey Camasta. As you know, this hilarious crew never has a shortage of topics to talk about and there is no telling where the conversation will go. Everything from updates on prison inmates to Taylor Swift’s relationship with Travis Kelce. They also discuss re-entering the dating world, meeting people from the DMs, how long they think it takes to get out of the honeymoon phase and we even get a never-been-told ex encounter. As Barstool’s biggest personalities, of course, they had to talk about how the office has been with Dave Portnoy back in charge and what content the Ma’am Mafia should expect to see in the future. Buckle up for this rollercoaster convo full of fun facts and belly laughs. Check out Barstool's Out & About podcast hosted by Pat and Joey every Wednesday and Friday!
Greg Fitzsimmons talks about airplane bathrooms and the band KISS. The guys then share their thoughts on hologram concerts before Adam plays a couple of viral videos he saw online. Next, Adam goes over a few of his favorite karaoke songs. Chris reports the news on a YouTuber going to federal prison over a plane stunt and a Norwegian death diver breaking the world record. Next, author and former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino recalls his time in space and shares some insight into a couple of Adam’s favorite space movies. The guys talk about privatization of space travel, shuttle bathroom use, and astronaut suit ventilation. Mike also provides some insight to space trash and mining.
Chris shares some parenting news stories about the maternal instinct being a myth, if college still matters, and an Italian mother winning a court case to evict her sons in their 40s.
Chris reports the news on a YouTuber going to federal prison over a plane stunt and a Norwegian death diver breaking the world record.
Pauly Shore returns to the show and talks about Britney Spears taking his table at a Vegas restaurant earlier this year. The guys then chat about unnecessary Christmas songs and Pauly trying to make and star in a Richard Simmons biopic. Pauly also defends bringing his dog to the studio before the gang hears from some listeners in a round of ‘Tales from the Cheap.’
Joe Gatto joins the show and recalls some funny Impractical Jokers’ moments that never made it to air because they couldn’t get a talent release. He and Adam then share some of the ways they would convince people to sign after revealing they were on a hidden camera TV show. Adam then talks about a recent Ferrari that sold for auction for almost $52 million and the guys talk about what they plan on leaving their children after they pass. The guys also discuss the psychology behind people who use drink coasters, turn signals, and the middle urinal.