#5x11: Inside Child Welfare, and Disney Jumps the (James) Gunn
Trump is “something from a cold McRib” according to this week’s guest. We’re going to get along great!
Andrew provides some native advertising for Disney, Laura submits a dog surgery claim, and #Millennial was ranked #8 on Feedspot’s “Top 20 Millennial Podcasts on the web.” #blessed
Our social media lives! Long-time listener Jule has taken the reigns on the #Millennial social accounts, so you can stop staring at posts from 2016.
We’re joined by #Millennial listener Kearstyn, who talks with us about asexuality and not needing/wanting your dick pics sliding into her DMs.
Is companionship something Kearstyn still seeks despite being asexual?
Kearstyn also used to work in child welfare, and shares some of the nightmare scenarios she ran into on the job.
2020 is coming up, and approximately 2020 Democrats are running for President. Kill us now.
But hey, at least one candidate feels like a breath of fresh air (whose husband loves Harry Potter)
In the news, we touch on the terrorist attack in New Zealand, an update on Boeing’s crisis, James Gunn being let out of time-out, and Trump taking a little spanking from his party.
Also, in case any time travelers from 2006 are listening, MySpace loses all our cringy high school data in 2019.
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And in this week’s installment of After Dark:
Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman, and their kids are 1D10T5.
This raises the question - is it a scholarship if you have to pay for it?
Felicity Huffman, will you pay my student loans?
Is there ever a case where a student wouldn’t know if their parents bought their way into school? Pam explains.