Ep 67 - Disavowable Underground

3/5/17

It puts its arms around the Throng.   1:12:37                                                                    Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                   Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy Guest:  Ryan Scherer                                           w/ Throngsters, Suzy L & Mo

It puts its arms around the Throng.

 

1:12:37                                                                    Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                   Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy Guest:  Ryan Scherer                                           w/ Throngsters, Suzy L & Mo

Ep 67 - Disavowable Underground

Who says a podcast has to be either funny or informative. Can't it be neither? Here at SK Morton's Lousy San Francisco Podcast we not only believe it can but we have irrefutable proof: Episode 67.

We're not saying that there weren't some funny moments or that the interview with local celebrity photographer, Ryan Scherer, wasn't enlightening, it's just that most of that part of the show was recorded over when SK thought he heard the call of a rare Asian Crested Ibis. (As it turns out it was just the sound of his own chewing). The result was just 21 hours of mostly SK, Ryan, and a couple Throng members cupping their hands around their mouths and repeating the word, "Echo!"

The usable stuff included an ominous email from The Patreon, a pleading for support for a specific leg of the Lousy San Francisco Walking Tour, a nod to chocolate people, a story about how the police might be as in sync with the community as Uber, and some really, really cool stories about guerrilla photography on, over, and under the Streets of San Francisco.

Ryan Scherer has experienced some of San Francisco's coolest locations from all angles and has not only lived to tell about it but even has photo evidence to prove he's way cooler than SK. He also tells the kind of stories Hemingway must have told if, instead of being an alcoholic writer, he'd been an alcoholic photographer.

All and all, Ryan was the only thing worth listening to on the podcast this week. And to think, we'd have let him out of the cuffs if he hadn't done so much damage to North Face.