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Noisy Gay Garbage People: Me + Drew Droege on the latest episode of AEWCH!

31 Jul
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Very happy to welcome my friend and the funniest person I know: comedian, actor, and playwright, Drew Droege, to the show. We talk about the problems with gay marriage, Batman, Cat’s Eye, loud people, Pennylvania Dutch healing arts, gay couples through AIDS, humor as resistance, Nanette, fundamentalism, and cults.
Drew’s show, Bright Colors and Bold Patterns was a New York Times critic’s pick, and it’s very funny and also moving and provocative. Now it’s available on BroadwayHD.
Still getting used to my new equipment and surroundings, AND there was a garbage truck that kept coming down the street. Like again and again. So there’s a little bit of a hum on this ep, but just let it vibrate your body. You’ll love the jiggling feel.
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AM

Are gay guys with deep voices just doing impressions of straight guys? And other great + ridiculous questions. James Adomian on AEWCH!

11 Jul
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Friends,
I probably laugh more in this episode with my pal, comedian James Adomian, than I have in any other episode.
We talk the problems with gay Pride, how James came to care about politics, whether or not impressions are protection, if it’s okay to watch Woody Allen movies, the problem or non-problem of saying Trump makes out with Putin, how bullies eroticize bullying, and more. Plus James does impressions of Bernie, Žižek, and Alan Watts, of all people.
As always, show notes + lots of other great stuff available when you become a patron.
SG

James as Sebastian Gorka

Me + Moshe Kasher talk about a lot of terrible things in a very funny way. It’s AEWCH 27!

24 Apr
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Friends, one of the reasons why I love this episode of Against Everyone with Conner Habib is pretty simple: I love talking with comedian and author Moshe Kasher. He’s one of those rare wide-ranging thinkers who is also warm, and very funny.
Moshe and I talk about doing drugs, what it’s like to belong nowhere, why comedians are not philosophers, growing up poor, how I defiled waffles as a teenager, why Call Me By Your Name is a horrible movie, Moshe getting off with gay dudes on the phone, how MeToo is partially a reflexive backlash to trans rights, and gurus.
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