In the shocking series finale, all that “will-they-won’t-they” tension is finally resolved. We thank each listener individually and try to get to every topic we haven’t already covered. We give feedback on all the great feedback we’ve gotten and get some special messages from past show contributors. This one is for all the fly honeys out there in pod land.
Find out why Quentin is happy except not really because I have some sad news about a decision I made that will change The Sarcast as we know it and possibly the world. Dun dun dun.
One of the interns accidentally sat on the “delay episode until tomorrow” button so the next episode won’t be coming out until some time tomorrow evening. Until then, godspeed.
We discuss gay with special guest Thaison Nguyen. Find out what gay means to us and decide whether or not anyone on this show said some controversial things. Then we touch on anger and get a little more intimate with our guest during the pre-show post-show.
We talk about some of the comments we received about last week’s circumcision topic. Find out all the things convertibles have in common with penises. Also, Quentin got a performance review at work and I have a review of my last flossing experience.
We give our takes on circumcision. Is it a barbaric attack on human rights or is it a backward, stone-age ritual perpetuating a purely negative cultural norm? Find out which side we fall on. Then we discuss the merits of planning for things and whether it helps and why it it can be hard.
This one is about privacy and confidence and other things like Mountain Dew.
I talk about my experience going to a show with an old friend and Quentin possibly admits that he totally has a crush on one of his co-workers. Then we talk about Girl Meets World. I explain why it’s now my favorite show for twelve year old girls.
I discuss the recent wild success of my blog after I posted something about women in libertarianism. Then Quentin brings up buttons and we decide once and for all which side we come down on in the great war between buttons and zippers.
My blog post talked about in this episode: http://dailyweekly.net/2014/06/21/ten-libertarian-women-who-are-libertarian-women/