This episode, we’re catching up on a few things we didn’t talk about last time, including Callie’s attendance at the Detroit Women’s Convention in October, plus some more recent events, like when she achieved our shared dream of meeting Jon Mikl Thor. We also share some thoughts on activism, Jay-Z, mosh pit etiquette, a smattering of recent films, and our favorite holiday viewing material (spoiler alert: it’s The Year Without a Santa Claus).
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00:00:00 From The Year Without a Santa Claus, 1974
00:01:30 Last Episode
00:01:47 The Women’s Convention
00:28:20 “The Story of O.J.” by Jay-Z (from 4:44, 2017)
00:29:32 The Baltimore Gallery in Detroit
00:29:39 See Callie’s Art in the Positive Exhibition
00:43:36 Danny Brown’s Twitch
00:56:32 I am Thor Documentary
01:00:51 Callie with Our Hero, Jon Mikl Thor
01:02:43 Our Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare Podcast
01:04:56 Thor’s An-THOR-logy
01:06:24 “Ragnarok” by Jon-Mikl Thor (from Recruits – Wild in the Streets, 1986)
01:14:15 “The Snow Miser Song” by Snow Miser (from The Year Without a Santa Claus)
00:16:09 Quite Possibly the Greatest Achievement by Tyrese (or Anyone)
01:26:27 “The Heat Miser Song” by Heat Miser (from The Year Without a Santa Claus)
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