Episode 24- is actually episode 23, but shut the fuck up, because this is our podcast and we do what we want! This is our first episode with brand new equipment, and you’ll notice a difference in quality! Topics of discussion include the greatest thinkers of modern popular culture, becoming a more interesting person as you age, arguing with a person with an obvious bias, and Steve dissects his stand-up. If you love us, let us know! If you hate us, let us know!
In episode 22 Dave and Steve discuss and speculate on Color Psychology (the tendency for colors to effect moods, etc.), including how this developed during the course of our evolution. Also discusses is evolutionary mating tendencies and the recent revelation that men who have been abused may pass on psychological conditions, encoded in their sperm. We end on the topic of futurism, including the safety of the self-driving Google car, and the future of humanity.
In episode 21 Dave and Steve Welcome special guest Mireika Edwards, who is an MMA Ring Girl for the Tuff-N-Uff promotion, a Model currently vying for the position of Maxim’s new Hometown Hottie, and a Las Vegas-Based Nursing student. The crew discusses MMA, Mireika’s new bid for the title of Maxim’s 2015 Hometown Hottie, their hometown, and representing where you’re from!
Episode 20 is here! Dave and Steve discuss what it takes to be a better person, identity and the perception of identity, and Steve drops a silly theory that Asperger’s should be called “Being a Little Bitch”. Run time is about 45 minutes. Enjoy.
In episode 19 Dave and Steve discuss the legalization of vigilantism in Mexico, porn, and an experiment done with Chimpanzees, Bananas and Cold Water… There are laughs, and some sociology. What’s not to love?!
It’s episode 18, which makes LoudMouse Radio “legal”! Dave and Steve start with concepts of humor, and how it’s development is a perfect example of the nature vs. nurture debate, then further the subject by discussing the biological, sociological and psychological aspects which affect the development of humor. They then go on to discuss mental health, including bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and Stockholm Syndrome. Dave and Steve compare belief, faith, and society to corresponding states of mental health.