I know that many don’t like the idea of humans in same sex couples committing their vows and marrying one another. Ignorance manifests in ourselves in so many different ways. Often times it is learned as a child and in our communities; almost impossible to change. But for the life of me I can’t fathom the hate and confusion it takes to travel and physically vote against our brethren’s happiness. Or what it would feel like to be in this developed society and live in “fear” of a relationship moving forward. My phone is a computer, guys. I have so many lovely people in my life that are such good friends and live in a world where they aren’t allowed to get married like I can.
EPISODE 41 – FRIDAY PHILOSOPHY
The boys dive deep into the first ever iteration of a brand new segment inside of Edition and have the obligatory how-did-your-cinco-go conversation. The Avengers has been destroying the box office this week as one of our heroes taught a dastardly villain one valuable lesson. After 41 episodes, the trio have the most real exchange of words the show has ever seen.
Edition turns 40, it really happened. The trio sit down this week and talk films that are terrible in nature but do not lack in substance, the epic conclusion to the newest batch of fanfiction, and host their very own listener themed game show. Uncover a chest of red vests this week on Edition.
Edition is back in the swing of things as the boys have finally cooled down from the madness that was the first ever live show, in St. Louis. Listen in as the trio welcome new listeners to the show and share the tale of a fabled Tide pen. A very special stretch of time is shared as the three read another block of fan fiction geared toward college kids, that we must must not end well. Also, learn about a secret friend from Summer camp one of our heroes just cannot forget, and why Dylan insists that Zack was born in another time period and must be a time traveling explorer.
This episode marks the first passage around the Sun for the Edition podcast. Eavesdrop on the boys this week as they look back and reflect on the past year of the show, from creation, to somewhere around getting lost conversing the merits of subterranean hares and sleeping on the ground. This episode is for you.
The deleted episode weighs heavy on the hearts of our heroes, yet a more thorough review of the Hunger Games film did take place in this latest episode. A heavy discussion of the possible implications of reality tv on our planet may or may not have lead into the direct plans to develop a brand new video game based on arena warfare, where laptops are used as weapons. The new Game of Thrones series premiere is here, the boys catch up on busy work projects, and we ask ourselves, does the South believe in dragons?
This week on Edition, Henry begins an exciting new venture in home and grocery products, as well as sharing one of his own personal recipes (only for his cover to be blown by Dylan). The boys make cute Path updates, Dylan explains why he refuses to talk to girls, and Zack comes clean with a devastating confession..
It is the time of jittery nerves, heightened hormones, elevated angst, and wearing better shoes. It is your school dance. Between gushing about the film premiering just hours after this episode was recorded (and Henry subsequently declaring his love for Katniss Everdeen) the Edition trio share a few stories from their (and one specially decorated) past experiences with organized mixers and events meant to motivated teenagers to dance with one another. Also, sweet revenge belongs to one of our heroes, a secret modeling career is revealed, and we find out that Captain James Hook may be among us.