Video Games Episode 124: Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker

We are doing this for the once great king of pop music! Our hero, Michael Jackson, must sve the children from the evil Mr. Big. Using his only weapon, dance, Jackson fights through level upon level of stiff-bodied enemies until he comes to his final goal… The Children. Watch this and more at one place…www.sexpotcomedy.com

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Half Hour Prophecy: Yama Sushi w/ David Gborie

In common usage, theft is the taking of another person’s property without that person’s permission or consent with the intent to deprive the rightful owner of it. The word is also used as an informal shorthand term for some crimes against property, such as burglary, embezzlement, larceny, looting, robbery, shoplifting, library theft, and fraud (i.e., […]

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The Cannabist Speaks with Kayvan Khalatbari About Public Use of Marijuana

Getting high in public: The man pushing for social marijuana use in Denver talks details By The Cannabist Staff Adults have been able to purchase cannabis in Denver since Jan. 1, 2014, but they can only consume those products in very specific private places. Kayvan Khalatbari is leading the charge to change that. Khalatbari, a […]

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Broadcast Geeks Ep. 39: Summer is Finally Over!

Welcome to episode 39 of Broadcast GeeksOn this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related with a focus onmovie and television adaptations of our favorite pop culture characters. This week the Geeks once again sit down as a (near) complete unit as summer is over and our favorite shows are about to start! We […]

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Empty Girlfriend: Remembering Jordan Wieleba

In honor of our friend Jordan Wieleba who we will miss very much we decided to re-release her episode this week. This was our third episode ever recorded and our most listened to EG. Ironically, or maybe poetically, this is also the episode we were remembering Robin Williams at his passing. Thank you for taking […]

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The Narrators Ep. 104: Michael Wall, “Romance at Haywood Cinemas”

This week’s story comes to you from Michael Wall, Curator of Entomology at the San Diego Natural History Museum. That means he’s the guy that gets endless texts from his co-workers with blurry photos of insects seeking advice on whether to kill said insect or not. He shared a story on the theme of “Tongues,” […]

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These Things Matter Ep. 219: Wes Anderson w/ Adam Maid

“Here are just a few of the key ingredients: dynamite, pole vaulting, laughing gas, choppers – can you see how incredible this is going to be? – hang gliding, come on!” “I saved Latin. What did you ever do?” “You heard me, Coltrane.” “I’m going to find it and I’m going to destroy it. I […]

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Half Hour Prophecy: Tournament of Kings

Tournament of Kings is Las Vegas’ ultimate dinner and a show experience. Adapted from the tale of King Arthur, this live-action production takes place in a 900-seat theater-in-the-round arena and immerses the audience in a tale of valor and treachery. Valiant knights ride mighty steeds and prove their chivalry amongst special effects and pyrotechnics. While […]

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A&G Chicago Ep. 87: Working Dad vs Stay at Home Dad & Utopia vs Zootopia

We’ve got another great episode of Arguments and Grievances: Chicago!  Tyler Jackson and Nicky Martin discuss the merits of working dads and stay at home dads while Dan Sheehan and Stephanie Weber consider whether they prefer a utopia or a Zootopia. Working Dad vs Stay at Home Dad (Tyler Jackson vs Nicky Martin) Utopia vs Zootopia […]

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Photo Gallery: Kayvan Khalatbari During Denver Startup Week

Sexpot Comedy owner Kayvan Khalatbari was a featured speaker for Denver Startup week. He gave a presentation at Ratio Beerworks on Wednesday September 14th about his his life trajectory from growing up in a lower-middle class family as a first generation Iranian-American in Lincoln, NE to being a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist based in Denver with […]

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Dear Stern German Lady: A Woman in Duluth is Shy

Dear Stern German Lady I’m an educated, attractive 24-year-old woman who hasn’t dated much. I’m eager to break out of my shell and start putting myself out there, but I’m afraid my shyness may make me unapproachable. How do I strike up a pleasant conversation with a cute guy at the gym or a friendly […]

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Getting Around To It Ep. 44: Deliverance w/ Justin Brink

Deliverance is iconic and often referenced in pop culture but no one on this podcast has actually seen it. They have not and ZP and KB talk to Miasma: A terror experience purveyor and founder Justin Brink. http://traffic.libsyn.com/gettingaroundtoit/Deliverance_FINAL.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Empty Girlfriend Ep. 80: Hippieman

The Empty Gals took a brief break, but that doesn’t mean we’ve BROKEN UP! NEVER! We’re back and firing on ALL love cylinders with our amazing guest, the one and only, John Novosad. Though most of us know him as, HIPPIEMAN! We got to chat with this beloved Comedy Works headliner, and cherished Boulder comedy […]

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Green Rush Daily Covers Denver Social Marijuana Use Initiative

DENVER WILL BE VOTING ON THE SOCIAL USE OF MARIJUANA By Ab Hanna of The Green Rush Daily Even though marijuana use is legal in Colorado, it’s up to the local governments and it’s people to decide where marijuana can and can’t be used. Last week, the Denver Elections Division approved a proposed initiative that […]

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Half Hour Prophecy: Barbarian Barbazon

The Barbizon school of painters were part of an art movement towards Realism in art, which arose in the context of the dominant Romantic Movement of the time. The Barbizon school was active roughly from 1830 through 1870. It takes its name from the village of Barbizon, France, near the Forest of Fontainebleau, where many […]

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Denverite Commemorates the Life of Jordan Wieleba

Jordan Wieleba used her comedy to tell Denver about trans life. Now her community mourns. By Ashley Dean of Denverite When people talk about Jordan Wieleba, they talk about courage and humor. The 36-year-old Denver comedian had been a fixture in the scene since 2006, but it was only in 2011 that everyone met the real Jordan […]

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These Things Matter Ep. 218: The Who w/ Taylor’s Dad

Another member of the Gonda clan has been added to the These Things Matter roster! Join Larry Gonda, aka: Taylor’s dad, as he talks about The Who. Well, The Who, high school in the 70s, canned hams, being a dad in the 80s, and *gasp* marijuana! (Here’s a pic of Larry back in the day […]

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A&G Chicago Ep. 86: Ketchup vs Mustard & Savage Garden vs A Garden

Arguments and Grievances: Chicago is back and in this episode two age old rivals face off, ketchup and mustard!  Ketchup is represented by Kieth Paesel and mustard by Danny Kallas.  Then stick around for Savage Garden vs A Garden! Ketchup vs Mustard (Danny Kallas vs Kieth Paesel) Savage Garden vs A Garden (Kristin Clifford vs Kyle Scanlan) Music […]

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