Tek has a problem with his arm pits near the 45 minute mark.
Kirksey realizes he needs less than he thought to just hit publish on this episode.
Talking about the bible, sorta. Tangents. Somehow settle on Will Smith as avatar for white supremacy throughout the twenty-oughts.
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Since this was a unplanned conversation based off a phone call talking about the apocalypse (a phone call I think we should revisit with more seriousness and smarter folks in the future), there’s little to add that might directly benefit this episode.
Kirksey might write an essay about the Will Smith / Robin Williams stuff.
Anthony Alexander (Outlaw) (Tek) Reese
Anthony Alex Reese
In this Episode
“Melody Orphanage Intro Theme – Take 1”
Andrew Kirksey // https://soundcloud.com/elblancocaballo
by Cxdy // https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdUFOWuiZxD9RYnYSq1Xm0Q
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