Ep 25 - Incoming Co-hosts, Outbound Hip-hop, Over Analysis, Under Prepared & We're Through

11/22/15

Will the real Big Daddy Kane please stand up.   1:23:17                                                                          Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                           Co-host/House Band:  Peter Feliciano                          Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy                  Guest:  Telli Prego

Will the real Big Daddy Kane please stand up.

 

1:23:17                                                                          Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                           Co-host/House Band:  Peter Feliciano                          Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy                  Guest:  Telli Prego

Ep 25 - Incoming Co-hosts, Outbound Hip-hop, Over Analysis, Under Prepared & We're Through

Even when surrounded by superb talent, SK can find a way to marginalize all other contributors and make it about him.  It's his gift, and one that keeps on giving.

When SK makes a point to congratulate and welcome Peter Feliciano as the new permanent co-host it's really just an excuse to hear applause.  He gushes about his guest, hip-hop artist, Telli Prego but only because he's angling for the  post of pizza Czar in Telli's future administration (And his moving of City Hall to the Sunset). And his compliments to Squidge this week are highly suspect.

He feigns interest in the mighty synthesizer at the Castro theater; he humors his guest over stories about Pokemon and a stolen Koala; and even allows an indictment of his spelling while taking the position that any attention, even negative, will fill the hole in his soul.

Despite some interesting stories about the local hip-hop scene and some pretty cool freestyling, the only subjects SK seems to pay any attention to are those close to his heart such as:  Public Bathroom etiquette, The Little Shamrock Saloon, Ocean Beach Bonfires,  and the purity of chocolate milkshakes.  Unfortunately, none of this is out-of-bounds.