This week's podcast welcomes back comedian Myq Kaplan. If you are unfamiliar with him, he is a 2010 Last Comic Standing Finalist and has appeared on the Tonight
Show with Conan O’Brien, the Late Show with David Letterman, Comedy Central Presents, and all the other places he’s been. Myq’s podcast, Hang Out With Me
, is locatable on the Keith and The Girl network. His debut CD, Vegan Mind Meld
, was one of iTunes’ top ten best-selling comedy albums in 2010, followed by Meat Robot
in 2013 and his one-hour Netflix special Small Dork and Handsome in 2014. The Comedians magazine calls him “a comedy machine, in the best possible way. The way that some machines vend soda or prevent other machines from killing future revolutionaries – that’s how Myq Kaplan does comedy: relentlessly, methodically, unblinkingly.”
Today's episode we cover the results of Alia's heritage test and her confusion with Italy. We discuss clickbait news and what it's done to regular news. Myq & Jaqi answer the question "what is the OA about" by not describing it. We discuss drinking habits or lack thereof and the inspirations of significant others. Hey, it's Valentines Day! Of course Trump comes up for a moment, but let's talk about Myq’s new album "No Kidding," out today on iTunes & his website! It's all about how he doesn't want kids. Alia and Jaqi disagree about why people want kids. We briefly discuss the book "Thinking Fast & Slow." All this and the *almost* climax of "Taken by the T-Rex," by Christie Sims.
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About the Whormones Podcast
The Whormones podcast is an anti-feminist, feminist podcast where two completely different points of view of sexuality, feminism, and life are discussed. The politically incorrect humor and witty banter featuring Alia Janine’s wilder and more sexually experienced interpretations, and Jaqi Furback’s biting and more conservative demeanor makes these two the modern day odd couple.