Episode 0335 – Skatetards
On today’s show: Babies fight cobras; technical difficulties and a cry for help; how to make kids dumb; skating party; inadvertent poisoning; just relax; artificial insemination gone really wrong; call us – 206.339.7482.
00:00 Theme music – it is what it is.
00:15 Welcome back to the show, all you happy people.
00:40 Call us – 206.339.7482.
00:45 Email us – email@example.com.
01:25 Go to the Horde and watch the baby fight the cobra.
03:00 How can videos cut off at this point?
03:15 Technical difficulties – not our fault.
03:30 A cry for help.
04:20 Kim gets angry with her employer.
05:15 Avoidance is the best policy.
06:10 Deadlines and changes do not work well together.
08:00 Look, just redo all of these, all right?
09:10 Some people have no business sense.
10:00 School will soon get much easier in Fort Worth.
11:00 Why even bother with homework?
12:00 Let’s just go back to the old days.
13:00 School is where you learn you may not be so smart.
14:00 The skating party.
15:00 Skating is now more expensive than a movie.
15:30 How much is a pair of leather, four-wheel skates?
17:30 Homemade skates are not the best idea.
18:05 Sam opts out of putting skates on Thing 3.
19:10 How you can fit 10 kids in one car.
20:00 This is a private party, now get out of here.
20:30 You can’t effectively watch this many kids.
21:20 An hour is far too long to leave your kid waiting for you.
22:50 Racist party-goers.
23:30 Songs that are inappropriate for little girls.
24:10 Drink the kool-aid – oh, sorry, that’s windshield wiper fluid.
24:40 New rule – you taste it before you serve it.
26:10 Kids, learn what poison smells like.
27:10 My boss is too high strung, this will help him relax.
28:00 Too many people act like kids when they are adults.
29:50 Sam’s strange idea.
30:30 Look, let me just use this stuff from my brother.
31:20 Hey, it’s sterile, relax.
33:10 What kind of law covers this stuff?
34:00 From the chew cup, Kim? Really?
34:50 Genetics doesn’t work the way you think it does.
35:45 Call us – 206.339.7482
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