Jenny and Dan get together and talk about the Yukon winter's beauty, Ravens, cats and dogs.
Is it better to love the same things or hate the same things? Angry sex, Sex work, socializing in schools and Stilton cheese.
Dan and Jenny, being long time friends, will check in on each other. This time they recorded it, their first 2021 check in with each other.
They talk about dealing with stress, or not dealing with it, seeking comfort and distractions, always talking from experience, not judgement, and ways we can be good to ourselves and each other.
Dan and Jenny answer some questions from a friend of Dan's.
1) no Covid talk...mostly done.. more of a request than a question.
2) Why is Snow White, or is it why "Snow White", they answer one
3) What do they think of Yukon drivers... for those easily offended by swear words, this is where you will be triggered. Brace yourself!
4) How are they managing so far in 2020. This is a loaded question that springs up many topics for Jenny and Dan, who then answer all the questions of what is bad in the world, the root issues and eventually leads back to them answering the original question.
Happy New Year!
Jenny and Dan chat about holiday foods, and other foods and everything that leads us to food babies and food commas.
Background noise provided by, Benjamin...the adorable bulldog that lives in Dan's home.
Jenny and Dan sit together again and converse about religion and repression, young people who lecture us about sex; or are we just jealous? Tantric sex and other things we don't do.
Topics also include: Abbie Hoffman, Baby boomers and Gen Z. Cancelling versus conversations.
Then Benjamin attacks Larry.
Dan and Jenny sit down and chat like they love to do.
Topics include; No time change in the Yukon, street drugs for mental health, hoarders, audiobooks, Burt Reynolds, the Yukon in the 90's and the life saving music of Steve Earle.
Jenny's long time friend Ed Lockington joins her and Dan for an old fashions B.S. session.
Spoiler: Heavy Sarcasm, Tongue in Cheekery and many laughs happen in this episode.
Chatting about working, not working, primates, marriage, the importance of sports, French versus English tv advisories.
We delve into Jenny and Ed's friendships beginnings in junior high, what made the cool kids cool, and what made them not cool.
We talk about how comedy has changed, changed us as performers and people and hasn't cancelled us... oh and of course how old we are.
Dan and Jenny talk about immigrants and diversity, and missing visiting cities.
They delve into the health risks of wearing masks and chat about how humans are resistant to change, such as seat belt laws.
They also speak about family who have sacrificed during other world events and how that has left them everything, especially grateful.
We chat with Artist, Performer and Designer Shauna Jones.
We talk about Art, becoming a working artist and everything awesome about Shauna!
We also did not seem to swear as much...but there is a part two, so hang on!
Dan and Jenny tackle the subjects of legalization, Health Fads, Public Funding and artist ownership, vaccines and anti-vaxxers, and the realness of cooties.
Then Dan, a new dog owner, speaks to the grossness of dogs.
We finish with the question of, is thinking the same as sinning.
Happy Halloween to you all. Stay safe out there!
We speak with artist and entrepreneur Dan Hill about life in Vancouver during the pandemic, and how it differs from the Yukon.
Dan and Dan reminisce about their friendship's early days as roommates and art school students.
Its a nice trip down memory lane, even if you don't have the memories for various reasons.
We speak with Jules and Britt about their experience in the Yukon so far.
How they picked this place, what they expected, what they got and how the first year has been.
From the east coast to the west coast and straight on North, its been a heck of a ride.
Dan and Jenny talk about forest fires, exercise, masturbation and pork fat.
The conversation, or banter continues with ED meds and electric fences.
Chickens and bulldogs, messing with apprentices and prep cooks, one horrible story finishes the bitch session.
Then the sun came out and they both felt better
We continue our chat with Moira.
Yes, more theatre talk, including the local production of Boston Marriage.
We then rave about Dan's cousin Arabella Bushnell and her greatness, the importance of getting out to shows even when you just don't want to, more theatre and nudity in arts.
Dan and Jenny talk about systemic racisms in Canada, Flyers and online deals, Po'Boys and fried chicken.
The horrors of hand sanatizer and papercuts, how dating now is gross cuz we are old, and pet adoptions.
We get a visit from Daisy to Pug, who pulls up on a motorcycle.
So, of course we talk about dogs. We continue the conversation speaking about our Covid19 diets, which includes potato chips and chicken wings.
The conversation touches on Canadian versus American politics, then we talk about "talking Good Shit" and we finish with the evil of greeting cards and how to pretentious when sharpening your pencil.
Dave White joins us for the first part of this episode.
We talk music, Hometowns, music, who of us is the most full of crap and more music.
Then when Dave leaves, we talk shit about him. Cuz that is how we roll!
We also touch on a creation of a podcast drinking game, graphic novels versus comic books and newly discovered cave art.
Jenny and Dan chat about moving forward in these pandemic times the only way we know how. Touching heavily on Dan's theories of human nature.
We are then joined by Reid Vanier.
We talk about kids versus teens, food versus sex, food during sex and the new chemical helpers for erectile tissues.
Speaking with Life long Yukoner and amazing human being Kate White!
Yukon Summer Apparel,
Canada's favourite complaint "the Weather",
Working when young,
pandemic busy..or not,
Being Lucky and
Kids versus Pets.
Talking to Tattoo artist extraordinaire, Kirsty Wells.
From her life growing up in the Yukon, schooling in Dawson City and living in Germany.
We also chat about hunting, Covidiots, festival postponements, Expo 86, micro dosing and joke of the day.
All to the sound track of local traffic, which is weirdly garbled.
We chat with Sarah Gallagher, one of the Yukon's favourite Librarians and Dan's better half.
We speak about the library during a pandemic, social media, job roles, sunscreen versus parasols and the awesome cats we have.
Special audio guest this episode is Jenny's neighbour's sprinkler!
We continue our chat with Dr. Grant Zazula. We talk Giant Beavers, yah a real thing! We get into his work in Old Crow Yukon, and touch on how scientist and artist are the same, very dedicated and maybe a bit nuts. And again, GIANT BEAVERS!
We sit down with Dr. Grant Zazula, the Yukon's head Paleontologist. We talk about his life getting to the Yukon and his work here.
Grant is an encyclopedia of knowledge, and we just scratched the surface of what he knows. He has taught us life long Yukoners a thing or two about what is under the ground beneath our feet.
A super incredible guy, we love chatting with him and we hope you enjoy it too.
In early 2018, Dan and Jenny sat down with their amazing friend Carolyn to talk about how she has moved through the world as a Yukoner.
Her time in Indonesia, Africa, Australia, Singapore and now in Calgary, and the wonderful foods in each place. Carolyn is an incredible cook.
We ask her thoughts in how these travels have changed her and/or strengthened her core beliefs that all people deserve equality.
But mostly we talk about food, food and more food.
We talk about spending money, who buys 4 packs of toilet paper and idiots in the woods.
Mostly we talk about soap, and how it has changed Dan's life, possibly not for the better!
Nothing deep or heavy, just a b.s. session!
We continue our chat with our friend Brian.
Speaking about his childhood in Dawson City, Yukon, moving away from the Yukon after high school.
Why we all love the city gay communities and why it is important to buy better alcohol when you get older.
Our hang overs were brutal that morning!
Our message about the struggles in the USA and our home country of Canada during the protest and riots over the murder of George Floyd.
We stand together, we stand in front when we are needed, we hear you, we see you, we fight with you, we love you.
Christmas 2017 we sat down with the fabulous Brian Hanulik to discuss growing up in the Yukon, leaving the Yukon and how being an expat Yukoner can be an incredible journey.
Disclaimer: a few of us had bad colds, and a couple of us had a bad hang over.
It was the holiday season after all.
Dan and Jenny chat while social distancing.
They speak of weird things they both own, a bit of politics, homeschooling, porn and eating habits during the Covid 19 pandemic.
Special surprise guest Becky Nash joins us, mostly because she lives at the house.