Jun 26, 2017
THIS EPISODE: Bed Wetting Philosophy with Kenn Kington.
Recorded while I paced around the neighborhood waiting for Andrew
to finish mowing a lawn. This is a good conversation, Pkarlgh!
I wish the telephone was a little clearer.
Kenn Kington starts with some cataclysmic pronouncements
regarding laundry. This could change everything!
Turns out, you can turn a profit if you know how to operate a
clothes dryer. And there are other benefits.
The historical reason why Kington has mastered the art of
laundry is both provocative and inspirational. Society needs more
responsible bed-wetters. That's all I'm going to say.
Guilt and embarrassment are normal parts of life. Kenn thinks
we've lost the value of shame. I'm embarrassed that he would say
Kenn tells me about a baseball player who threw his career
away because of past sins.
We talk about honesty and my nephew's giant head. Goiters and
birthmarks come up as well.
I think maybe everybody in heaven will have a purple
We exchange stories about how comedy does things we never
expected or planned.
Andrew drives home from mowing the lawn and it's almost
dramatic for a bit. Then Kenn tells about meeting the Prime
Minister of Uganda and Andrew's driving is not that big a
Kenn wants to be controversial next time he is on the podcast
so we discuss a few topics that might make us fight with each
other. I offer to let the Peaches talk about 'game theory' and the
patriarchy...that'll upset EVERYONE.