Savage Hippie Episode 52 – Lena Dunham Is Fat and Ugly

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When God made Lena Dunham, who was he actually playing the joke on; Dunham, by making her fat and ugly, and thus not appealing to anybody at all, or to the public at large by putting her vile and unattractive visage in the spotlight?

Of course Dunham and her crusade to ruin the lives of a couple of people working lousy airline jobs is only one of the many topics that David Cole, Ann Sterzinger and I discuss in the latest episode of the Savage Hippie podcast. Others include fucking with Shia LaBeouf, Norman Mailer’s gambit to free Jack Abbott and the disastrous consequences (oo, this thars one o’ them in-tee-LECTUAL podcasts), how cops aren’t the ones to yell at for the prison industrial complex, the Jewish bros who posted videos of themselves torturing sea animals and ways I can get out of watching chocolate skin directress Ava D’Andre’s documentary 13th.

We also answered every question that was thrown at us on the night of the recording.

This week’s Sounds of Marshabaloosh features Dead Cross, the new band from cult icon Mike Patton, singer of Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Fantomas and Tomahawk, with their song “Obedience School” from their self-titled debut LP. The group also consists Dave Lombardo from Slayer and Fantomas on drums, Michael Crain from Retox on guitar and Justin Pearson from the Locust, Head Wound City and Retox on bass. Expect a total, noisy, hardcore inspired spazz out. In other words, it’s awesome. Listen to it here.

David Cole did the Lena Dunham inspired artwork, and as usual, the closing song is “The Diet Has Failed” by the Yesticles.

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