An all-new episode of me and Daniel Dockery’s pop-music podcast, The Forty Ounce! Topics this time include the Men In Black 3 theme song, the QUITE INAPPROPRIATELY TITLED “Best Song Ever”, and the new Justin Timberlake-influenced song by the J-Biebz himself.
Uh, we also talk for a long time about abusive relationships in this episode. We decided to talk about the horrendous and uncomfortable “Birthday Cake (Remix)” by Rihanna and Chris Brown, and as I found out while recording this episode, it is impossible to discuss that song outside the context of Chris Brown viciously beating Rihanna. I mean, unless you’re an idiot who for some reason thinks that it’s okay for Chris Brown and Rihanna to be on a song together. But you’re not an idiot, are you?
It may not have been the right topic for what is supposed to be a comedic podcast, but… it’s in there! So, enjoy.
This time on The Forty Ounce: Hate! Glorious hate! Let the hate flow through you!
Me and Daniel decided it might be fun to do an episode where we exclusively discuss songs we hate. Daniel pointed out that the podcast usually dissolves into a hate-fest anyway, so we decided to just skip straight to the good stuff.
This is our longest podcast yet, which is… problematic. We’re really working on fixing that. In the meantime, can I suggest at least listening to the first ten or so minutes? I think my ability to speak clearly into the mic is improving, and me and Daniel have some fun banter before things descend into an orgy of rage.
“This morning, im sure I pee’d for atleast 1minute and 30secs. Longest pissing time ever. Just standing there, thinking and then realizing ive been literally pissing for over a minute. I have powers!!!”—(via cudlife)
Two and a Half Men co-creator Lee Aronsohn’s tells THR he doesn’t much care for lady-centric sitcoms. (via newsweek)
He applauded women like Whitney Cummings, Chelsea Handler and Tina Fey securing a voice to discuss formerly taboo subjects on TV.
“But we’re approaching peak vagina on television, the point of labia saturation,” he added.
The current female TV boom contrasts with Two and a Half Men mostly portraying women as bimbos, something Aronsohn isn’t about to apologize for.
“Screw it… We’re centering the show on two very damaged men. What makes men damaged? Sorry, it’s women. I never got my heart broken by a man,” Aronsohn earlier told the Toronto conference during a keynote address.
reformat them and burn them. employ your memory again. hahaha. yea right. fuuck, the age we’re in. if i were a young man in the 70’s i probably would’ve worn bellbottoms too..odds are there’d only be a few personal accounts or a sun burned photo to prove it. to the young human in these times..mind your silhouettes. them shit’s will be high def than a bitch when you’re reminiscing in the future. you couldn’t get off the grid if you tried.