#5x11: Inside Child Welfare, and Disney Jumps the (James) Gunn

Mar 19, 04:34 PM
  • 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.

  • Check us out on social! twitter.com/millennialshow instagram.com/millennialshow facebook.com/millennialshow

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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.