The Scatterbrained Boys of Comedy™ attempt to focus on an ADHD test.
In a heroic display of attention, Shane and Ramin somehow made it through an extremely short survey with only going off on 14,000 tangents.
Tune in to find out a little history of when schools started focusing more on our lack of focus and started prescribing speed to children who (for some bizarre reason) weren’t interested in homework.
The Broken Boys of Comedy™ compare non-war wounds.
Years ago Shane broke both of his feet while hiking. He made an entire comedy album about it called ‘My Big Break’. At the time Shane went on a bunch of podcasts to tell the story, but it’s been years since the incident and many new fans probably don’t know the full story.
The Nonspecific Amplifiers Of Comedy™ do their second psychedelic episode.
The first time Shane and Ramin did an episode about everyone’s favorite subject, they went off on so many tangents and down so many rabbit holes that they had to do a second episode with digression-filled entheogen conversation.
The High Culture Aficionados of Comedy™ share the movies they have enjoyed from childhood to present.
This was originally recorded as a monthly bonus episode where we could take a break from the regular philosophical topics to have a light fun episode about the movies we are into. We ended up having so much fun that we decided to make this a public episode and make a part two for a Patreon bonus.
The Lushes of Comedy™ have some drinks while talking about drinking for the 21st episode.
Is there any scientific validity to the health benefits of having one glass of wine per day? Shane’s never tried it, but he will try to recall some of the science, history, and evolution of alcohol.