Series: It's Got Everything

0.052 It’s got a radio prize mystery timeline, esoteric punk band auditions, and a special presentation of “Q&A with the Computer Boyz”

In which Dan recounts his days slinging tunes and japes on the radio with Ron and Fez, Daniel recounts the time he experienced “bassist at first sight,” and Jesse is amused by Daniel’s interrogation of Dan and Patrick’s first personal computer systems.

Theme music by 11 Acorn Lane.  Bonus 1980’s PC commercials available here and here. Circa late 2001 interview with Daniel available here. Visit www.itsgoteverything.com to learn more and maybe buy something?  We are keen to earn some cash.  Follow us on twitter at @itsgoteverypod to keep up to date on the latest, and visit /r/itsgoteverything on reddit to discuss each episode.  No Facebook for what should be the obvious reasons.

0.051 It’s got a trip to Tangier Island, self-destructive inaction on climate change, and the unlooked-for moral hazards that accompany off-brand cell phone service

In which Daniel, Jesse, and Patrick describe Tangier Island to a curious and confused Dan, Mike is reluctant to correct a mis-delivered voicemail, and everyone is concerned about the grey goo. Also, Daniel keeps talking about wanting to commit arson for some reason. See Daniel’s video documenting our trip to Tangier.

Theme music by 11 Acorn Lane.  News clip on Tangier Island by Al Jazaeera. Visit www.itsgoteverything.com to learn more and maybe buy something?  We are keen to earn some cash.  Follow us on twitter at @itsgoteverypod to keep up to date on the latest, and visit /r/itsgoteverything on reddit to discuss each episode.  No Facebook for what should be the obvious reasons.

0.050 It’s got a Swiss Cake Roll conspiracy, consensual cheesecake, and Constable Odo’s sexuality

In which Patrick, Daniel, Jesse, and Dan veer from the childish to the absurd and back again in an uninformative, off-putting waste of 71 minutes. Dan is, however, wearing an amazing sweater.

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0.049 It’s got an exceedingly banal and drawn-out description of Daniel’s room and a number of other everyday normal topics – no foolin’!

In which the podcast takes an avant garde turn as the discussion shifts back and forth between the maddeningly mundane and the intellectually sublime. Lots of blowjob talk too.

Theme music by 11 Acorn Lane.  Visit www.itsgoteverything.com to learn more and maybe buy something?  We are keen to earn some cash.  Follow us on twitter at @itsgoteverypod to keep up to date on the latest, and visit /r/itsgoteverything on reddit to discuss each episode.  No Facebook for what should be the obvious reasons.

0.048 It’s got the structural deficiencies common to racist humor, tips on navigating the proliferation of gender pronouns, and the unintended consequences of rapid penile reconstruction

In which Dan, Jesse, Daniel, and Patrick critique the failure to adhere to proper joke structure committed by many racist humorists, deliberate on the ongoing negotiation of identity pronouns, and finally solve all the world’s political problems in the last few minutes of the episode. Oh, David Mitchell also makes a virtual appearance to school Daniel on why saying “I could care less” is the ultimate mark of a fool.

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0.047 It’s got hilariously told jokes, the case for non-confrontational community policing, and alternative date-keeping modalities

In which an energetic group discusses run-ins with the cops, debates the relative merits of chunky versus actually good peanut butter, and a courageously brief attempt at doing funny voices.

Theme music by 11 Acorn Lane and a bonus end clip from David Mitchell’s Soapbox.  Visit www.itsgoteverything.com to learn more and maybe buy something?  We are keen to earn some cash.  Follow us on twitter at @itsgoteverypod to keep up to date on the latest, and visit /r/itsgoteverything on reddit to discuss each episode.  No Facebook for what should be the obvious reasons.