The Donovan Radio Show
About This Show
The Donovan Radio Show, hosted by Donovan Adkisson, is an "everyman" style online radio show that discusses topics that affect the every day, average person in America. From technology to health, politics to entertainment - all coming at you from a southern secular point of view.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 75: K5 is Alive!
2 days ago
"The Activist Mommy" is pissed at Teen Vogue because the magazine attempts to teach her kids something she won't -- sex ed; do you read the EULA or the Terms & Service agreements when installing software, etc.? Most don't and 22,000 people found themselves legally bound to do 1,000 hours of community service; if you've worn contacts before, then listen up -- a woman went in for eye surgery and it was discovered that she had 27 contacts just hanging out in her eye (and she didn't even know it!); we're not quite ready for the robots to take over, especially since they can't seem to stay out of the water; first it was a for-profit company that got a lot of tax breaks, then it was a non-profit ministry so it wouldn't have to pay any taxes, now it's a for-profit company that sold itself to a non-profit to, you guessed it, avoid paying taxes; crypto-currency - don't understand it completely, but someone just got away with $7 million dollars of it and Pat Robertson...oh Pat, you just need to hang it up - he says going to college will turn you trans-gender and start believing in Satan's theories like evolution and global warming.
Musical Credits: [Whatdafunk, Rock Intro 4, Rock Steady, Bounce] by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license Artist: Audionautix
Support us at https://donovanshow.com/supportSpecial Guest: Samuel "Sam" Lewis.Links:This Christian Mother is Furious That Teen Vogue Has an Article About Anal Sex — Elizabeth Johnston, a homeschooling Christian mother of 10 who goes by the name “The Activist Mommy” online, is furious that Teen Vogue has an article in its June issue about how to have anal sex.22,000 People Didn't Read Their Wi-Fi T&Cs And Now They Have To Clean Toilets — Next time though you may be more careful as 22,000 people signed up to car