May 26

STAB! 029 – The Opposite of Irish Music

Sometimes you might find yourself in the wrong place at the wrong time, it’s even possible to be in the wrong place at the right time, then even sometimes more you might wind up in the right place at the wrong time and not even know you weren’t not supposed to always be there all the time anyway. STAB! is kind of like that.

John Ross directs Steven Furey, Danielle Mandella, Jaime Fernandez & Jesse Jones through discussion of French slaves, two left handed feet, Thomas Edison’s Kinetoscope, reasonably priced future Hulu rentals, our fear of accented letters, converting things to Gilda-meters, the many faces of the GOP, a Baltimore 99 Cent Store’s hot prices, Curves Ethiopia, Disneyland’s first adult toy emporium, “planed” parenting, Sasha Obama’s real, simple, normal dating profile as well as the profiles of a tampon, THE baller Magic: The Gathering player & the Verizon guy, and exploring the discographies of such chart toppers as The Cancun Boys, Shiftfinger, Autotune Correct & the Barbershoppe Whortet.

It’s possible you didn’t mean to be here, but you’re here now, and you’re home. Welcome weary traveler. STAB! welcomes you.

STAB! 029 – The Opposite of Irish Music

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