Saturday, June 24, 2017

WOW SOE is proudly sponsored by Lig-A-Mintz

WOW SOE Hugo Only Edition

Just the Hugo Homlesnow interview from episode 04.

Wizard on Whizzin' Sound Only Edition Episode 04

This time on WOW SOE I get to talk to world famous Shaman, Monk, Life Coach, Reverend, and Doctor Hugo Holmesnow. He says all kinds of stuff!

Also, B.F. Smith Alchemist of the Blues stops by to sing an old timey song.

There's some other kinds of talking too. Oh! I tell ya all about tin foil hats.

This episode sponsored by Lig-a-Mintz, the only mints powered by real horse ligaments and The Saturday Evening Ghost

Music by Ben Zoodu

Sunday, June 11, 2017

WOW: SOE Special Episode "Witch on Wizzin'- The Pizza Summit

In this bonus episode, A. Witch and I sit down with a pizza and some beer to discuss a terrible problem in our relationship.


Saturday, May 27, 2017

Wizard on Whizzin' Sound Only Edition Ep: 03

Hi, This time on WOW, SOE I talk to A. Witch about something, Merwin stops by to tell us about what it's like being a pet psychic, I talk about ghosts and tell you why sweat pants are the worst. Also, Samurai Rob calls in to talk about podcasting and Merwin. 

Theme Music by Ben Zoodu

Sponsored by Gril Scout Troop 436's were wolf hunt & The Saturday Evening Ghost

Check out Samurai Rob's pocast here

Saturday, May 13, 2017

I hate Bumper Stickers

There exists a religious group that believes driving around to be a source of anger and frustration for many or all involved. They try to combat this by maintaining a cool and calm demeanor while on the road. They drive with manners in an attempt to reduce the amount of bullshit in the world. Sometimes they go off driving when they have no particular place go. Just to chill shit down.This is the exact opposite of what people who put bumper stickers on their cars are doing.

Bumper stickers only exist to reinforce the lie that a personal opinion equals the truth.

All bumper stickers are advertisements, and all advertisements are evil, manipulative magics from a realm of pure darkness that we have no business visiting. If the sticker doesn't directly point to a product or brand, then they are usually advertising the accomplishments and greatness of the car owner.

If you have a bumper sticker that talks about your honor student or really awesome dog, why don't you just get out of your car and masturbate on the windshield of the person behind you when you're at a red light or stop sign, it's pretty much the same thing.

Being at a red light is not the place to start a conversation about abortion or politics or honor students and their merits over non honor students. Being at a red light is a time for driving correctly. Driving is a source of transportation, not a vehicle (get it?) for personal expression.

It's rude to assume that someone who agrees with you will always be behind you. A sticker with a strong opinion is, like all opinions both wrong and polarizing. The opposite wrong opinion will often feel the need to present its counter-arguments, even if this process only plays out inside someone head, it still happens. Even worse, if it only gets to play out in a person's head it has no where to go and has to swill around, getting louder and louder until it ruins at least one stranger's day.

I'm just trying to go to the store and get a sandwich. Why do you hate me?

A bumper sticker creates a captive audience for a useless one-way message. Who knows what you'll be subjected to when all you want is to drive to the store, buy a sandwich, be disappointed by it and post on Facebook about the declining quality of the store in general and their sandwiches in particular?

Say, for example, you get to a red light and in front of you is an old Buick with an older person in it sporting a bumper sticker that says "Abortion Kills babies." If you agree with the sticker, you'll give a little "Right on" to yourself. If you don't agree with it, you'll let yourself know. Agree or disagree, abortion has no place in traffic.

So before you go smack down some greenbacks for that shiny new bumper sticker ask yourself this question: "Do I want to transform an already frustrating traffic situation into an opportunity to be pushy to a stranger?" I don't need to tell you that you aren't special enough to force feed stupid shit into other people's heads.

Please, think before you stick a sticker on your car. It's an act that assumes other people are driving around just to look at you and your car. That's fucked up.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

WOW:Sound Only Edition, Gary Only Edition.


In this special episode fragment, I get to interview Gary Llewellyn, the intern from

Now you can listen to the  best part of Episode 2 without having to hear all the bad parts.