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47 minutes | Apr 6, 2015
2015-04-06 Easter Funday Podcast
Kevin talks about digging up Jesus’ grave, a tiny bit of being a parent, the trend in movies being oriented more to women, dumb drivers, WrestleMania, and Ari Shaffir and SJWs.
29 minutes | Mar 4, 2015
2015-03-02 Vegas Blues
Kevin talks about being disillusioned by Las Vegas. Edward Snowden’s recent AMA on Reddit is also discussed.
28 minutes | Feb 4, 2015
2015-02-04 – Ethnic Stenches
Kevin talks about his love for Pix the Cat, his hate for Mad Men, and how different people of different racial backgrounds reek differently after a few days without a bath.
58 minutes | Oct 19, 2014
Episode 40 – Holocaust Hilarity
Kevin goes to the holocaust museum and hilarity ensues. Two guys find a bug on a video poker machine and a SWAT team is involved. Kevin also has zero tolerance for zero tolerance policies and thinks he knows what the purpose of these stupid policies are. Links: Finding a Video Poker Bug Made These Guys Rich - Then Vegas Made Them Pay, Kevin Poulsen, WIRED How a Pocketknife and Bad School Policy Can Ruin a Student's Life, Allie Gross, Slate
53 minutes | Aug 14, 2014
How I Met My Japanese Idol Yoko Kanno
GEEK ALERT: This is NOT like my other podcasts! You may want to skip it! Kevin talks about his musical idol, Yoko Kanno, and the story of how he met her at 2013’s Otakon convention in Baltimore.
55 minutes | May 12, 2014
Episode 38 – Food And Rent
On this episode Kevin talks about food and rent and how the elite basically control us with both. Did you know that paying rent is now as accepted in society as single mothers? What? Listen and find out.
43 minutes | Mar 24, 2014
2014-03-23 – Julie Horvath
Kevin believes in meritocracy because he's white and male. The new symbol of oppression is a five-tentacled androgynous octopus on a carpet with the word "Meritocracy" on it at GitHub. Patriarchy rules and thus Julie Horvath quits GitHub in this edition of the FOKM podcast!
49 minutes | Jan 19, 2014
Episode 36 – Jan 19 2014
Happy 2014 everyone. On this episode, Kevin discusses home loan applications, being in control of his life, the digust a redditor's story brought him, and how Bill Burr's great advice on his podcast last week shouldn't be so lauded.
68 minutes | Nov 3, 2013
Episode 35 – Poor People Should Die
Topics discussed: iOS7 and OSX Mavericks, more Washington DC stuff observations, my Facebook marriage, how racial profiling saved me from getting mugged, and why poor people all suck and should die.
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