Ep 15 - Aquatic Bonkers

4/28/15

he latest poster for the new Bert & Ernie live-action Netflix series.   1:17:57                                                                           Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                         Coco Host:  Pete Feliciano                                                               VP in Charge of Chords & Lyrics:  Shantwon Zee Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy

he latest poster for the new Bert & Ernie live-action Netflix series.

 

1:17:57                                                                           Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                         Coco Host:  Pete Feliciano                                                               VP in Charge of Chords & Lyrics:  Shantwon Zee Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy

Ep 15 - Aquatic Bonkers

For 14 Episodes SK Morton's Lousy San Francisco Podcast has been a family show.  While subject matter has proven to be eclectic there are quite a few topics we find taboo. Like accurate history or coherent argument development or anything approaching entertainment. But this week that all changed.

It all centers around this week's Coco-host, friend of the podcast and popular SF musician, Pete Feliciano.  Pete's disinterest in american cinema, contempt for formal  wear,  and love for half-naked soda jerks is the catalyst for our abandoning the niceties normally found in polite society.

SK is 1st into the deep and murky end of the pool when he discusses his SLuRP referral program but is eagerly pursued by the rest of the gang with racially charged animal obituaries, an endeavor in literal potty humor and an examination of a possible STD that up until now has only been detected in sea cucumbers. 

The bottom of the barrel is chafed during the email portion of the podcast when we discuss a rambling manifesto penned by new listener, Crap Fantastic. The depravity is apparently condoned as the group perform their rendition of Rupert Holmes' ode to the lighter side of adultery, The Pina Colada Song.

Of course the dirtiest part of the show is the discussion of Chinatown streets and restaurants.  The trade of illegal fireworks and plastic bags are endorsed as well as the practice of sleeping loose and $5 haircuts. Also included in the Chinatown conversation is the traditional Chinese instrument and possible euphemism known as the Erhu and MUNI's "Dirty 30" bus line. Excuse our Thaishanese.

If you're thinking about imbibing this week's podcast you might want to precede it with Dramamine chaser. Clearly, we're not too good to work blue.

Posted on September 20, 2015 .