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  • Episode 232!

    Dawn Krosnowski joins us this week for a delightful conversation. We’re all over the place from the moment we start, fortunately there’s plenty of wine to help out. Speaking of wine, you should check out Dawn’s podcast Screw It! for all kinds of shenanigans and frivolity.

  • Episode 231!

    Longtime friend of the show Trampy Smurf joins us this week. We haven’t seen her in ages, turns out, she shit out a kid! (I know that’s not actually what happened, she had a C section, duh.) Anyway, as things are wont to do when we hang out with Trampy, we just kinda abandon most formatting and roll with it.

  • Episode 229!

    The lovely and talented Chris Marchand joins us this week to talk about this weekend’s upcoming High Charity Halo marathon. You can stream the marathon on highcharity.org, watch all kinds of wacky in game nonsense, listen to all the wacky in room nonsense, and live chat with the participants. All this helps raise money for the charity Child’s Play, which purchases videogames and board games for children in extended hospital stay and kids in domestic abuse shelters.

  • Episode 228!

    Anna LaVigne joins us this week, and regales us with the epic tale of Wireless Mike and the Walgreens dick pic! Jena’s spawn is rocking the house with a theatrical performance, and Salsa’s Epic Pi(e) was exactly that.

  • Episode 227!

    Whew! It’s the live episode recorded at Die Laughing!

    We sat down with Sean Monaghan in front of a live audience at 2:30 in the morning and recorded a show while raising money for Fearless Comedy Productions. The good news is, we raised a bunch of money thanks to the generosity of listeners like you. The bad news is, we did it by taking shots of horrible boozes. The worst news is Matt had to do a half hour of standup 30 minutes later.


  • Episode 226!

    We’re joined in this, the final show before Die Laughing, by the lovely and talented Tim Wick! Tim is the artistic director of Fearless Comedy Productions as well as the judge/director of Vilification Tennis, as well as one of The Dregs, as well as one of the hosts of Geeks Without God, as well as . . . you know what? Fuck it, I’ll let him list it all.

    This week we talk about the Febtoberfest that was, Prime Time Wrestling, and the Home & Garden Show.

    Oh also Die Laughing!

  • Episode 221!

    We are joined this week by the lovely and talented Jon Stark of the Arts and Crass podcast which you can find on iTunes and Stitcher.  Jon also has a one man show called The Insufferable Spiteness of Beaver at the Bryant Lake Bowl February 5th, 6th, 12th, & 13th. Follow the link to order tickets online. We talk about all kinds of nerdy cartoon stuff this week, comedy, and things to do with your ashes after you’re dead.

    Speaking of comedy, you can find the clip of Bill Young’s “Dinner at SuperAmerica” bit Jena was referring to here. (I tried to embed it, but the player wasn’t working right when I did.

    Oh yeah! Speaking of Stitcher, we’re on that now. For all you youngsters.

  • Episode 220!

    This week Matt is back and no one cares! We’re also joined by Jennifer of the Poly in the Cities podcast. We dork out for a while then get into how ethical non-monogamy works. Turns out, we couldn’t cover it all in one episode. I guess that’s prolly why Jennifer and her co-hosts do a whole podcast about it.

    Matt will be a guest on Poly in the Cities on Friday the 30th of January. If you have a question you would like answered while Matt is a guest on their show, you can email matt@aonpodcast.com with it, or go the the Poly in the Cities website and use their anonymous question submission form.

  • Episode 219!

    Sorry for the delay in releasing this episode. You can blame Matt for being a little bitch and having a migraine.

    So, friend of the show Pedantic Eric stopped by this week. What did they talk about? Did they replace Matt? Who knows? You’ll have to listen and find out!

  • Episode 218!

    Charles Knutson joins us this week for a delightful conversation that asks the hard hitting questions like, who would you choose to replace Bill Murray in Groundhog’s Day to change the tone of the movie? Also, how much fun does an ARG/Ingress/assassins-style game set in the Minneapolis skyways sound like? Right? We also answer one of the toughest Fast Five questions yet.