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November 30, 2016


The turkey is dead.

With Thanksgiving behind us and Christmas/Hanukkah/whatever you celebrating approaching fast, TDW has a lot to be grateful for. We fangirl out over Fantastic Beasts and WestWorld, as well as discuss the impact of fake news and Castro’s death. We also want to give a big shout out to all the single moms and dads who are doing their best not only this holiday season but all throughout the year. Keep an eye on our social media for ways to give back to the world.

Show Notes:

We’ve got a lot to be grateful for this year. We started off right in March by picking up Matt/Twoser off the sordid streets of Craigslist and finally solidifying our kick-ass team. In October, we turned two years old and celebrated by taking the stage at the second annual HellaCon. We see big things ahead of us in 2017 and we’re hoping you’ll be listening the whole way.

Right now there’s a lot going on in the world. We’re currently in our last few months before we live in Trump’s America. The Cubans are dealing with the wake of Fidel Castro’s death. Fake news is apparently a thing now?

And on a lighter note, Jenn and Dom recently participated in Turkey Trots to earn their plates. We are also OFFICIALLY obsessed with both Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and WestWorld. (We can’t promise there won’t be spoilers.) Sorry not sorry. This fandom goes even deeper than Game of Thrones.

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November 23, 2016


Hey, hey, hey!

TDW is coming to you live from our booth at HellaCon 2 in Harmonic Brewing. We talk nervousness, when to fake confidence, facing your fears, hurricane insurance, and how to lean into what scares you.

Show Notes:

Behind the scenes!! Join Dom, Jenn, and Aya inside our booth at HellaCon. We had stickers, we had candy, we had shirts, we had one of those spinner wheels with challenges like “Tell a joke” and “Share a secret you’ve never told anyone.” What we mainly had was a damn great time. Thanks again to Harmonic Brewing for providing such an amazing space, and to Chad Liffmann/Damnit and Christina Kishpaugh/KishPOW for killing it for a second year in a row!

In this episode, we talk nervousness, faking confidence, facing your fears, insurance, and better to be safe than sorry. We even briefly catch Chad and Christina as they patrol the event.

For upcoming HellaCon news, check out the HellaCon website.

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November 15, 2016


Getting snarky with Arky.

We sit down and work through our feelings over the election with Jake Arky, and hiding kids in the basement.

Show Notes:

Jake Arky aka Jarky (as he will be forever known) is a Writer, Producer, Actor, Filmmaker, Educator and DJ. He has a few more monikers but we would run out of space and time listing them all. When he isn’t dropping sick beats Jake is the Director of Drama and Film Studies at Kehillah Jewish High School in Palo Alto, California. Sit back relax and listen to Jake and the TDW crew wax philosophical about politics, drama, and hiding kids in the basement.

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November 8, 2016


Please welcome to the stage…

After months of flooding social media, TDW arrives at the long-awaited HellaCon 2. Dom and Jenn are joined by fantastic comedians Sam DiSalvo and Clay Newman. We talk BART incidents, see-something-say-something, coffee choices, the ideal level of rich, tattoos, creative justice, and how much Dom is a puss.

Show Notes:

Whooooo, buddy. We may have been doing this for 100 episodes, but there’s a big difference between talking smack in our studio and sitting on stage in front of ~60 people. Dom hasn’t said much about it but Jenn realized pretty quickly how difficult it must be to work as a stand up comedian. Luckily, the crowd was awesome, and we had an amazing time! Thank you very much again to Sam DiSalvo and Clay Newman for making this life look easy.

This episode was a comedic taste of stuff we’re going to get into again in the future, like the Kitty Genovese see-something-say-something societal demand. We talk about how Philz is insane with their coffee selection and how if you didn’t spend $12 on a cold brew, you could probably afford to be low-key rich. Dom tells about his current campaign to get some hoodlums to stop smoking under his window.

The show was sadly only 30 minutes but we’re pretty damn sure we crushed it.

To hear more from Sam DiSalvo, you can hit her up on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and her website.

To ask Clay about both his comedy and his beautiful cloud of hair, hit him up on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and his website.

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November 1, 2016


Your earholes are in for a treat.

TDW is joined by Rachel Lark- musician, adventurer, and the creator of sex positive songs such as “Fuck My Toe” and “Warm, Bloody, and Tender.” Tune in for tales of bee sting attacks, allergies, how to choose a pet, Bay Area shows, even MORE deadly things to fear in Australia, and truly phenomenal songs.

Show Notes:

Rachel Lark is the sort of person you’d want around your camp fire. Between the piano, the flute, the ukulele, and some powerful pipes, she’s a veritable bard, trekking through the forests of California and seas of screaming fans. She’s a regular guest on Dixie De La Tour’s Bawdy Storytelling and the star of several incredible music videos.

Support more of these catchy songs by donating to Rachel’s Kickstarter for her new show and concert film “Studies Have Shown.” You can also show your support for her through her website,Facebook,Twitter, and Instagram.

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