Tag Archive: Jesse Jones

Mar 24

STAB! 217 – #IndisputableZeelandFacts

In this, the number one podcast in all of Zeeland, John Morris Ross IV welcomes Stephen Ferris, Kameron Schmid, Joe-Joe Louis, and Jesse Jones to share their four different BURRITOs, twelve Google searches from the type of person who stopped buying Corona beer because of the Corona Virus, their thoughts on Matt Beck, Susan Birmingham, …

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Mar 02

STAB! 216 – Funny Sometimes

In this episode of the debatably entertaining STAB! Program, John Morris Ross IV welcomes guests Christiana Dominguez, David Coleman and Jesse Jones to share their three different AIDS1N1, nine haiku about Cookie Monster dressed tragedy, Steven Langston’s anniversary haiku, their thoughts on nylon, Angelababy, Dord, the Brady Law, Benedict XVI, & Netherlands Ambassadors, craigslist sales …

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Feb 24

STAB! 215 – Come At Us Crackle!

In this extremely cheap to produce program with almost limitless potential material and big name guest possibilities (come on Crackle! Pull the trigger!) called STAB! John Morris Ross IV welcomes Jaclyn Weiand, Dylan Thomas Fox, Madie Nishimi and Jesse Jones to share their four different kinds of SPLEENs, twelve Father Earth Google searches, their thoughts …

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Feb 17

STAB! 214 – Into the Corkscrew Tunnel

In this fact filled and biologically informative episode of STAB! John Morris Ross IV welcomes guests Sean Crandall, Nick Magavern and Jesse Jones and invites them to share their three different takes on LOVE, nine haiku about a date turned crime spree, their thoughts on the Pale Blue Dot, James Bond, voting machines, Indian Airlines, …

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Feb 14

STAB! 213 – Funny Names and Silly Voices

In this wacky sounding episode of STAB! boring ol’ Jesse Jones welcomes his much more nonsensically named guests Jason B, Benton Harshaw and Joe-Joe Louis to squeak in their craziest accents about their three different HJs, three limericks about new knees, business pitches for a gastro pub whose ingredients are secretly pet foods, a Mardi …

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Feb 10

STAB! 212 – The Depths of YouTube

In this cruel, weird and ubiquitous world, STAB! exists, and in this EDITION of STAB!, Jesse Jones welcomes guests Melony Ford, Cory Barringer and Jack Brown to share with the void their three different NSYNCs, pick-up lines to and from a junk drawer, Party City, & ninjas, their picks of winners in fights between the …

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Feb 07

STAB! 211 – Cleanse It With Fire

In this knotty and twisted episode of STAB!, John Morris Ross IV welcomes pine scented guests Luke Soin, Buddy Dean and Jesse Jones to share their five different LURKs, nine penis spider bite haiku, their thoughts on AIDS, Krueger Brewing Company, Voyager II, Eskimo Pies, the Royal Rumble, and Ted Bundy, business pitches for an …

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Feb 03

STAB! 210 – Turn Up For Farts

Turn up for this latest turnip packed episode of STAB! as John Morris Ross IV invites guests Michelle Petro, Evan T. Lilley, Jeff Brown and Jesse Jones to share their four different S#!Ts, twelve slumlord Google searches, their thoughts on royal pelvises, VCRs, Australian Cricket, the Virgin Islands, Elizabeth Taylor, Ronald Reagan, Iran Contra, Sarah …

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Jan 31

STAB! 209 – Curtis Victor

In this University of Michigan attending episode of STAB! John Morris Ross IV welcomes law students Alyssa Cowan, Grant Potter, David Coleman and Jesse Jones to share their four DOOVERs, twelve haiku about grey foxes stalking an old man, their thoughts on Pope Benedict XVI, NCAA Football, breast implants, Wendy’s, China, Germany, Jerry Lee Lewis, …

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Jan 27

STAB! 208 – No Comma, No Drama

In this punctuation free episode of STAB!, Jesse Jones hosts at Danielle Mandella, Jesse Rivera and Joe-Joe Louis as they share their three different BMIs, nine swinger club New Year’s party/Divorce Month haiku, their thoughts on who would win in fights between a chipmunk with seven PhDs vs. a mime with a jetpack, a vegan …

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