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October 25, 2016


Are you afraid of the dark?

Halloween is fast approaching, and to celebrate the creepiest time of the year we have storyteller and horror enthusiast Kathleen Auterio at the mic, sending shivers and chills down your spook-loving spine. Hear tales of growing up in a haunted house, dark figures, Ouji board, unexplained experiences, and that one particular night on Dudley Rd. If you need something to soothe your mind after, check out her band, The Beast of England.

Show Notes:

The weird things that spook the rest of us have never really bothered Kathleen Auterio. From a young age, growing up in a haunted house, she’s heard and seen echoes of the other side. Doors have slammed, ghostly parties have raged, and Kathleen’s just invited another friend over to hunt down what goes bump in the night.

This horror fascination has reached well into her adult yesterday and manifested in the best possible way. Kathleen is a prolific storyteller all around the Bay Area and a wealth of information about scary stuff and otherwise.

If you liked what you heard and want to hear more, contact Kathleen on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. She’s also in a band!

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October 18, 2016


TRIPLE DIGITS, Y’ALL!

Thank you to everyone who made this milestone possible. For our anniversary, TDW talks scary situations in movie theaters, art shows, street food, housing ghosts, the Blue Angels, Hurricane Matthew, and more. #befuckinbetter

Show Notes:

It seems like just yesterday Dom and Jenn were sitting in the old studio, sipping coffee and nursing hangovers (respectively), getting ready to record the very first episode. We were young, we were naive, and we were hopeful that one day we would reach the point we’ve now achieved, sitting atop this world like kings. You have been a phenomenal audience. We love hearing your feedback, both the praise and the bfbs, and we hope we’re around all the way up to the quadruple digits.

Today we run the gamut on everything we love- scary social situations, scary ghost situations, natural disasters, homelessness, street food, and things we love/hate about San Francisco. We’re currently gearing up for THE GREATEST DAY OF OUR LIVES aka HellaCon 2. We’re going to have a booth with lots of cool stuff both fo sale and fo free, PLUS our very own live recording on stage. To get in with all that goodness, buy your tickets now. They’re only $20 and you can even get $5 off if you answer the movie trivia in this episode.

As always, hit us up on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Let us know what you thought of the episode and tune in every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. PST to watch us LIVE on Facebook!

Hopefully we’ll see you on November 5 for HELLACONNNNN

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October 11, 2016


Beat it, Becky; somebody else got the good hair now.

Comedian Sam DiSalvo joins us in the studio to talk heritage, cheating, waxing, dating, cleaning, and, of course, what it’s like to be a woman in comedy. You’re going to be hearing from this dame again. Check out Sam’s extensive comedic resume at www.samdisalvo.com.

Show Notes:

Originally from Reno, Sam DiSalvo was born in performance, molded by it. She began her courtship with the stage about 7 years ago when she joined an improv group that performed for a lot of biker crowds. A few years later, she expanded into comedy. The subsequent momentum took her by the hand and dragged her all the way to our fair San Francisco and straight into the arms of the Bay Area comedy scene.

Sam currently has her hands in several pots, including “More Fun” at Blondie’s; “Shame” at Hotel Utah Saloon; “This Week’s Show” at Fort 1; and hosting a monthly nostalgia show at PianoFight called “TGIF’d” that revamps old sitcoms with new improvised lines.

If you like what Sam’s putting down, you can hit her up on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or her website.

You can also contact her through us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Let us know what you thought of the episode and tune in every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. PST to watch us LIVE on Facebook!

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October 4, 2016


Livin’ it up in sweet, sweet sin.

Jenn recently took the big step and moved in with her boyfriend, and now there’s a LOT to talk about. TDW covers the five stages of grief when moving, individuality within a relationship, marriage, drinking, cuckholding, and to pee or not to pee in front of your partner. We would LOVE to know your thoughts. Hit us up on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram.

Show Notes:

Thank you to our beloved Fiz for the hashtag #ListeningSincetheBeginning

Whether or not you’ve been around since the beginning of This Damn World, you’ve likely heard a lot about Will, Jenn’s other half and poor perpetual scape goat. Recently they took the big leap and got an apartment of their own.

It’s been pretty sweet so far living in sin, but making that change isn’t without its hiccups. TDW talks about the five stages of grief in giving up your own space and how it feels to move through that denial, anger, bargaining, sadness, and finally acceptance. Jenn goes on an unexpected but passionate rant about individuality in relationships. Twoser gives some insight into his relationship past. Dom makes us question whether or not it’s right to pee in front of your partner.

We would LOVE to hear your insight on this one. Let us know your thoughts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Don’t forget! If you live in the Bay Area and/or love magic, like us on Facebook and comment on our post for the Magic Magic Show Show. We’re giving away TWO FREE TICKETS!

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September 27, 2016


Christy Osorio is back, y’all!

On top of serving up those sweet, healthy juices at La Sombra, Christy is now the host of BFF.fm’s “Conference Call with Chrity” where she takes calls and sets your Friday afternoon mood with some damn sexy tunes. TDW talks sex therapists, moving in the Bay Area, censoring yourself as a host, and the morality of deleting tweets once you reach fame.

Show Notes:

Sweet Barry Manilow do we love Christy Osorio. It was such a rad experience to have her back in the studio, and she brought so many great stories!

Christy is now the host of “Conference Call with Chrity” on BFF.fm where she plays sexy mood music on Friday afternoons and takes questions with her resident sex therapist. Sometimes the questions are funny, sometimes the person really needs to hear what’s being said. She’s the owner of the pop-up juice shop La Sombra and currently on the lookout for a new place to live since her awesome landlord needs to move on to the next stage in his story.

We also cover the Charlotte shootings (we know, you’re tired of hearing about it, but it’ll stop when we stop the violence), the first SNL Latina member’s new habit of deleting maybe racist tweets, and how much you should censor yourself as a podcast and/or radio host.

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