Savage Hippie Episode 39 – Thot, Twot or Tsot?

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First of all, we need to make a correction. On the show, one of our fans asked me and Ann Sterzinger what we thought about Tomi Lahren’s recent about face regarding abortion. I guess we didn’t actually know the whole story. HAD we known that she had gone on The View, we would have been A LOT more hostile towards her. Instead, since she pissed off Glenn Beck, we kinda hemmed and hawed around the issue and instead┬ájust talked about abortion in general.

Then, we have to make an apology. I think the Savage Hippie podcast might be the only podcast where one of the hosts leaves the show to walk his dog. But, indeed, David Cole left the show to walk his dog. So, if you’re hankerin’ for David Cole and that unmistakable voice of his, well, you get him in the first three minutes, a couple of minutes in between and the last 25 minutes. And I sample his voice saying “oy vey” every so often just to be annoying.

Aside from abortions, we talk about Trump, the wire tap and the Russkies; we use racial slurs, but DON’T weaponize them; we give better sex tips than Cosmo; Ann talks about her white trash upbringing; and David gets mad at me a few times… ya know, the normal shit.

These articles were mentioned in the episode.

WESTERN WOMAN ON HIPPIE TRAIL “FINDS HERSELF” JUST BEFORE RAPISTS AND MURDERERS DO

JERUSALEM TRUCK ATTACK: NOT SURE IF TERRORISM OR THOT PATROL

For this week’s Sounds of Marshabaloosh, we feature a song by White Zombie; yes, the same White Zombie who became popular on MTV’s Buzzbin in the 90s with hits like “Thunderkiss ’65” and “More Human than Human”, but not really! In the early part of their career, White Zombie was a sludgy, noise rock band, which some of our fans might describe by the cliche of “cats being strangled.” Well, to me it’s a good sort of cats being strangled. The Numero label reissued all of their early material from before they signed to a major label in a box set called It Came from NYC. The song we feature is called “Die Zombie Die”, and it’s from their album Soul-Crusher. You can listen to the song here.

The song at the end is, without a doubt, “The Diet Has Failed” by the Yesticles, and Clayton V did the artwork months ago, and I’m finally using it because I forgot I had it saved on my computer.