Adam sits down with "The Goat Man" John Saunders, activist, artist and all round beautiful soul as they chat about being traumatised by good fortune, the sodomy habits of horny pigs and just how long it takes to make a good yogurt based Labna.
The inspiration of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the philosophies of Montaigne aligning with Joe Cabot from Reservoir Dogs and how leaving women fallow for a season may result in some gorgeous babies.
-take away lesson from the podcast: why a medieval French philosopher thinks it's a good idea that you should shut the fuck up-
Adam is joined by Australian author Jon Doust to talk about the Dual naming of towns, why trees need wind and what happenes when an inventor meets a can of chickpeas.
*and there's a song deidicated to Caron Gaske at the end of the episode
God turns into Woody Allen when questioned about the age of rivers, bridges and toilet paper being a ridiculous origin source for feelings of western superiority and the truth about Taoism and cowardice.
video of this episode is available on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYuyLlQedJQ&feature=youtu.be
Adam explores the notion of modernity, how Whale sightings sound exactly the same as thrilling orgasms and just what the fuck is going on with Married at First Sight.
Adam delves into the modern day coin toss that is Divorce, Cancer and Obesity, recollects the Literature Shame Chart he encountered in primary school and explores his first foray into moral shadiness in the quest for status.
oh and a love song at the end
Adam and Tom broadcast from the top of Mt Schlossberg for a midnight episode where they explore The River of Lights, the comfort of an Egyptian tomb and the physical Zeness of Leonardo Davinci's frictionless flying machines.
The podcast has its first voicemail from Edward from East Texas, Adam reflects on the community values of the Irish pub while wearing his dead uncle's pants and there's another road trip afoot with Wilco.
Adam is joined by Tom Street from Germany to discuss Matt Lauer's voice before and after sexual harassment allegations, how abandonment can often lead to greatness and the moral dilemma of disturbing unopened bottles of milk.
Adam reflects on the life affirming qualities of the madrigal compositions of William Byrd, how the purr of diesel engines might be evidence of a Deity and how Indians are his favourite race of Asians.
In this episode of low-fi storytelling, Adam looks into the nuances of the father-son relationship, dressing like Forrest Gump before mowing your lawn and coming to terms with the fact that the death of loved ones under your care, delivers an odd mix of sorrow and relief.
There's a Victor Frankl reference, a flying fox and a tip of the hat to Back to the Future and Rick and Morty.