It seems like everyone feels entitled to have their moment in the sun when it comes to sharing in the universal grief that is the death of Robin Williams. Everyone wants to stand up and be heard, because when we feel that someone has earned our respect, we want the world to know it. It’s a good thing!
However, in the grief and pain and solemnity of the death of Robin Williams, a few people feel the need to talk about suicide. I don’t really think it’s deserving of being addressed. But, since everyone seems to think it’s this elephant in the room that we’re all ignoring, then what the hell? Let’s dish.
Let me go pour another cocktail and we can talk. You and me. Man to screen to ephemeral nether to wiring to cloud to you. Not because you owe it to me, or I owe it to the memory of a cherished celebrity I’ve never met. But because I have something to say that I think you should hear.
Special guest and friend of the show Marcus O. Vaughn decides to stop by and help Dan figure out the problems with the purgatory of higher education— community college. Along the way we discuss whale oil cars, whether Moby Dick took place in Boston, and regale the audience with stories of how Dan broke a tie in Las Vegas! Also included are a special education-themed edition of “Question Time,” and new friend of the show Ol’ Dirty Bastard drops by for his financial planning segment called, “Baby I Got Your Money.”
In this episode, our hero tries to reason with sports fans out there about how to become better fans and less like sports trolls. On top of that, we have more Question Time and a new segment: Stupid Stuff Dan Has Purchased!
Have you tried the new Reese's Peanut Butter Oreos yet?
Do you think there's any scenario on Earth in which I haven't tried EVERY flavor of Oreo there is?