Episode 220: Dollop: Tylenol Man

Hello, the name’s Red. Red Herring. –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/Tylenol_Man.mp3   Before I get to going on this spooky-ass before and after event of my childhood, only

Episode 136: Dollop: Bayou of Pigs

I mean, look, if I’m on the second paragraph of a Dollop and I say “He liked cats”, that’s never going to fucking go well.

Episode 201: Dollop: Roger Babson’s Fight

The difference between Roger and a guy who lives in a shack up in the mountains and yells at gravity is that Roger had piles

Episode 171: Dollop: The Jones County Deserters

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That’s a classic saying. Shoot a guy whose hands are full of baby. –Dave http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/The_State_of_Jones.mp3 episode
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Episode 145: Dollop: Squirrel Tooth Alice

[Her father] just knew a penis had been inside her, even though he couldn’t see it. –Dave http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/Squirrel_Tooth_Alice.mp3

Episode 119: Dollop: The Batavia

So her vagina is just going to take the shrapnel in this game of chess? –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/The_Batavia.mp3 119

Episode 129: Smollop: Straw Hat Riot

Hats were dicks for your heads. –Gareth

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There. Are. Rules.

Every time I

Episode 113: Dollop: Reg Spiers

He is the Hugh Glass of javelin throwing. –Dave …Who does he hurt, and why? –Gareth http://traffic.libsyn.com/thedollop/Reg_Spiers.mp3

KKK: My Mom’s story

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Okay, I asked Momma Dollop to record this, in true oral history fashion, but she declined for two reasons: she says her southern accent is

26-6-2015 marital equality under the law

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Some days, it is really, really good to be an American. Take down those Stars and Bars, and put up the Rainbow flag, it’s time to celebrate, honey!

I hope June 26 becomes a national holiday. A fun, sparkly, glittery national holiday when we celebrate equality and how much more fun life is when we all have the same rights and can just relax and enjoy each other.

(And, yes, by the way, I do follow the teachings of Jesus–and the best part is, it’s okay if you don’t!–and he believed that no one should be oppressed by anyone else, and that love is always the answer above anything else. Love fulfills the nitpicky laws. So no worries, no anger, no nasty comments about Sodom, turn up the volume on Jesus Christ Superstar and dance with me, baby! It’s all going to work out just fine.)

 

John and I started our fight for a simple reason: We wanted the State of Ohio to recognize our lawful Maryland marriage on John’s impending death certificate. We wanted respect and dignity for our 20-year relationship, and as he lay dying of ALS, John had the right to know his last official record as a person would be accurate. We wanted to live up to the promises we made to love, honor, and protect each other as a committed and lawfully married couple. (Jim Obergefell, whitehouse.gov)