Episode 148: Patent-Pending Nanometer Technology | Personal Umami | There Is No Life Before Balmuda | It’s Not What You Said, It’s How You Said It | DJ Septapus and the Rabble-Rousers
Gemini, Foxtrot, Burrito, and Arthur meet up at Daddy Juice Energy Studio to spend quality time behind the mics with their part-time friends and share ideas and commentary about life, lunch, news, and the ongoing quest for knowledge.
After the introduction, Gemini and Foxtrot were given a fat check from a returning deepfake sponsor: Sogi Crispee Flakes. A new script was provided, and the dapper duo do what they do best, botch the read. Arthur works with Gemini and Foxtrot to improve the read, but then it goes to Burrito and Gemini doing the read.
Burrito is back in the office where the cleaning crew started steam cleaning the carpet near the end of the day making Burrito cough non-stop.
In Slam City, Gemini Jackson’s convenience stores are called Gemini-Marts. He hit the lottery and reinvested into the community as a slumlord. Gemini-Mart competes with Burrito’s Bodega.
What I Had For Lunch brought to you by Jankem Podz. The returning sponsor gets a new ad read, and the hosts discuss the new flavor of pod. The Fortune Teller makes a brief appearance to answer Foxtrot’s question.
Gemini Jackson’s Umami Cookbook has 69 recipes for cooking long pig.
Burrito made fideo at home. Foxtrot made a microwavable steak burrito bowl. Gemini made breakfast for lunch: eggs, bacon, and Balmuda toast. The conversation goes into a discussion about Balmuda toast, the Four Horsemen, and the Quantimino™.
This is the Newz
Man shot his male doctor after he ejaculated during a prostate exam (fake but funny).
Backpackers find body at GSMNP campsite; Bear found scavenging on remains euthanized.
Newhall School District Cancels Classes Tuesday After Ransomware Attack.
100-million-year-old giant sperm found preserved in amber is the oldest ever.
Chuck E. Cheese wants to destroy 7 billion prize tickets.
Nintendo discontinued the 3DS console line after almost a decade.
iPhone's new 'orange dot' feature warns you when an app is listening.
An Alaska dentist who extracted a patient's tooth on a hoverboard sentenced to 12 years in jail.
Detroit Driver Arrested After Successfully Jumping Over Drawbridge.
A Sold Out Flight That Goes Nowhere.
A Florida woman was attacked by a 10-foot, 4-inch alligator while trimming trees.
Woman falls out of a car window onto the highway while filming a Snapchat video.
The CIA sent a team of 4 operators on a spy mission targeting China. None came back.
Tesla on Autopilot hits over 90 mph before police flag down a sleepy driver.
Woman sues Tokyo company after having to work 48 days in a row with limited bathroom breaks.
Sizzler files for bankruptcy as the pandemic demolishes sales at casual-dining restaurants.
Man Convicted For Smearing Semen On Co-Worker's Belongings.
Vivica A. Fox Tests Negative for COVID-19 After Pulling Out of Emmys Due to False Positive.
Cult leader who claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus arrested in Russia.
MTA board to formally ban pooping in subways and buses.
Aichi man gets 10 months in prison for saying "I got corona" in an electronics store.
Over 130,000 Japanese netizens rank the Top 20 anime opening themes of all time.
Let's Talk About Your Windshield Wiper Attitude.
A Vietnamese factory was busted recycling hundreds of thousands of used condoms. & MORE!
The complete list of news stories covered is at SlamCityRadio.com .
WTF We Learned This Week: Seedless watermelons are genetically modified by crossing a watermelon variety that has its chromosomes in groups of four with a variety that keeps them in pairs. The offspring can't handle three chromosomes, so it doesn't produce seeds. There's a species of octopus with seven arms. What’s a Rabbel-Rouser.
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