Seth Woodward Had A Scary Experience In The Woods (feat. Cheya Cary)

This week Cheya Cary joins me once more and we chat with our pal Seth Woodward, an OC comic & podcaster. He tells us of a scary experience he had in the woods while acid was involved. We also smoked a little before this episode, so we get very sidetracked and ramble a lot. Enjoy!

Check out Seth's podcast Good Word With Woodward - which Cheya & I will be on this weekend - and come see us IRL at our show Hey Whoopie Cat! in August. If you wanna follow Seth in hopes that he'll ever tweet, find him on Twitter. Get weird with Cheya on Twitter. You can also find me on Twitter, and as always, find more IDEK on FacebookTwitterStitcherGoogle Play & Apple Podcasts

J.D. Jackson on Podcasts, Relationships, Current Events, Going Back to Church

This week I had a nice chat with my pal J.D. Jackson. J.D. & I met in an online community for podcasting & comedy fans and we spend a good chunk of time discussing podcasts, as well as relationships, Marvel & DC movies, current events (Comey's trial, our buffoon president, etc.), going back to church and more! It gets ranty and it gets deep and we had fun!

Find J.D. Jackson on Twitter and listen to his podcast Level Seven Access! You can also find me on Twitter, and as always, find more IDEK on FacebookTwitterStitcherGoogle Play & Apple Podcasts!  And check out my new live storytelling & comedy showcase Hey Whoopie Cat, and if you're interested in conspiracy theories stay in the loop of Real Eyes Realize Real Lies!

M. Stormy Storms on Katy Perry's new music video for Bon Appetit, MKUltra, The Illuminati

Stormy & I have turned this conversation into an all new podcast!
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GET OUT YOUR TINFOIL HATS, FRIENDS, BECAUSE WE'RE DEEP DIVING INTO SOME JUICY (pun intended) CONSPIRACY THEORIES TONIGHT. Starting with Katy Perry's new video Bon Appetit (below), Stormy & I go over the video as it plays, discussing how the video may or may not be nodding to Project MKUltra, Illuminati, cannibalism, "Satanism" and more, so feel free to fire it up and watch along with us! Yes this is very tinfoily, but for the sake of entertainment we are playing along. 

We also touch on various other celebrity conspiracy theories, especially if they relate to MKUltra, et al.

Watch along with us:

M. Stormy Storms is the queen of The Lone Gunmen, a Facebook group where we dive into conspiracy theory in a safe, fun environment. Come join us if you wanna play along! Also check out STORMYMADE, Stormy's very cool artwork. Love it. Buy it. Follow her on Instagram & Facebook for updates on products!

For more conspiracy content Stormy suggests checking out the podcasts Mysterious Universe, The Unexplained, Stuff They Don't Want You To Know, The Higherside Chats. And, of course, Last Podcast on the Left.

You can also find me on Twitter, and as always, find more IDEK on FacebookTwitterStitcherGoogle Play & Apple Podcasts

Emma Tolkin, co-creator of Vibes, meme queen

I sat down with my pal Emma Tolkin to talk about her app Vibes. In this particular episode…a lot happens.

To set the scene: We thought it would be appropriate to discuss her app Vibes outside near the pond, immersed in bird noises, you know, real vibesey stuff, but there were some crows who were super talkative, and yard work began. Before we made our way inside, we had a brief chat with her dad, Michael Tolkin, who wrote a bunch of cool movies, including Deep Impact. Inside of the house, while we were getting settled and moving into the office, I noticed a photograph that looked like a melted wax Jeff Ross and we briefly discussed Emma’s mom’s dice collection. 

Suffice it to say, the first fifteen minutes are a wild ride. We do eventually manage to stay sort of on track, but if you’ve heard this show before, then you know that shit does eventually get super weird. Bohemian Grove conspiracies, the Denver Airport, Katy Perry, and emo kids are among the many topics we discuss. Buckle up!

Find Emma on her dating app Vibes, duh! Also check her out on Instagram. You can also find me on Twitter, and as always, find more IDEK on FacebookTwitterStitcherGoogle Play & Apple Podcasts! And check out my new live storytelling & comedy showcase Hey Whoopie Cat!

If you love conspiracy theories and getting goofy on the Internet, come to this awesome group called The Lone Gunmen. I'll be talking to the queen of that group in the next episode and it's going to get so weird and be so fun. Also! If you want to know more about Bohemian Grove and all of that dark shit, listen to Last Podcast on the Left's episodes (1,2,3) and Sword & Scale's episodes (1,2). Go do that right now. Seriously. 

 

 

Dedeker Winston, author of The Smart Girl's Guide to Polyamory

This week I chat with Dedeker Winston, author of The Smart Girl's Guide to Polyamory. We did things a little different this time & did not do the icebreaker question portion, since we knew ahead of time what we were going to chat about.

What stands out the most about Dedeker's book, vs a lot of other books on the same theme, is that she does her best to include not just the cishet white couple that we hear so many other authors discuss again and again. She also wrote this book while on a year and a half journey around the world, and gets anecdotes and excerpts from women of different cultures and backgrounds.

We discuss her book and the inspiration behind writing it, being a digital nomad, podcasting, our mutual love for the McElroy brothers & more!

Find out more about Dedeker on her website, order her book, listen to her podcast!You can also find me on Twitter, and as always, find more IDEK on FacebookTwitterStitcherGoogle Play & Apple Podcasts!  And check out my new live storytelling & comedy showcase Hey Whoopie Cat!

Sylvia Lin on Helping People, Being Healthy, Identifying with Her Culture, YouTubers

IDEK IS BACK! WHEW! My good pal Sylvia & I chat often online, discussing/complaining about various things like roommates, white people, politics, and more. It was awesome to get her on the show and turn that ranting into a recording that is very scattered and often sidetracked. Buckle up and take some notes, because we get through a lot!

We touch on a bunch of topics, such as Sylvia's path towards helping people and what that looks like for her, being healthy and what that means for different folx, identifying and often not identifying with her culture as an Asian woman, YouTubers, and so much more!

The connection is a little spotty at times and you get a nice New York soundscape in the background, but don't let that scare you away. This one is worth the listen!

This week's ice breaker question from Aaron is "Of anything you’ve created, what is the thing that you are most proud of and why?"

Sylvia's ice breaker question for the next guest is, "If you were in therapy right now, what would your therapist tell you that your recurring challenge in your relationship is?"

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Sylvia doesn't want to be found on Twitter, but you can find me! She does, however, want you to check out the YouTubers Megan Tonjes & MacDoesIt! You can also find me on Twitter, and as always, find more IDEK on FacebookTwitterStitcherGoogle Play & Apple Podcasts! And check out my new live storytelling & comedy showcase Hey Whoopie Cat!

Bonus: Hey Whoopie Cat!

Hey pals! Clare Dickerson and Cheya Cary here, stoked to announce a new monthly showcase that we're doing live in Hollywood once a month called Hey Whoopie Cat! Please enjoy this bonus episode, which is the performance!


Hey Whoopie Cat is a live comedy & storytelling showcase hosted by Clare Dickerson and Cheya Cary. We bring in our funniest friends from the LA area to share their stories and deliver killer sets once a month.

Clare Dickerson and Cheya Cary discuss some famous firsts, in honor of our first show. Cheya's story entails losing his virginity to a Nazi and Clare recounts the first time she ever visited downtown LA. 


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