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Sick and Wrong in the December 2013 issue of Bizarre Magazine

Check out this full page story on Sick and Wrong hitting a milestone 400 episodes in the December 2013 issue of Bizarre Magazine. And in case you’re wondering, that’s not my stuffed beaver.

S & W Episode 409

Dee and Lance wonder who will be the next British celebrity to be convicted of pedophilia. Interview with Daryl Davis about his book “Klan-Destine Relationships: A Black Man’s Odyssey in the Ku Klux Klan.” Phone calls and listener email.

S & W Episode 393

Dee would probably not invite the Reverend Bob Larson to play Magic The Gathering. Self Help Author doesn’t save his marriage by posting a pic of his murdered wife on Facebook. Man takes advantage of a grandmother. Phone calls.

S & W Episode 392

Is this it? Is 392 the last episode of Sick and Wrong? Dee chats with Pink Mass Officiator and Co-Founder of The Satanic Temple, Lucien Greaves. Jack and Dance from @StripperGenius answer My Two Cents calls.

S & W Episode 388

Special extra long ‘Murica Day episode featuring guest host John Steele and interview with serial killer groupie Samantha Spiegel. Happy Birthday ‘Murica!

Interview with The Adam Thompson’s Fuck Machine

Here’s a recent interview with The Adam Thompson’s Fuck Machine:

S & W Episode 379

Sick and Wrong Podcast #379: Out of concern for Lance’s weight, Dee persuades him to try his new Hitler Diet. English mother inseminates teenage daughter. Florida ham-related domestic assault. Scat trifecta of phone calls. RIP Jeff Hanneman.

S & W Episode 376

Sick & Wrong Podcast Episode #376: North Korea breaks bad. Southwestern baby vibrator. Southeastern vehicular masturbation. My Two Cents with Dee and Lance.

S & W Episode 375

Dee gets a guided tour of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and now he thinks he has nerd cred. Worst April Fool’s joke ever. Never a good idea to own a wolf-dog hybrid. Phone calls.

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SF Bay Guardian Reviews Play Something Dancy

Thanks Cheryl Eddy at the SF Bay Guardian for this great review.


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