I know, this latest episode is only 67 minutes long.

But Edgar G. Ulmer's 1934 horror classic The Black Cat with Bela Lugosi is only 66 minutes long!

And I KNOW, this episode doesn't have David in it.

But again Edgar G. Ulmer's 1934 horror classic The Black Cat with Bela Lugosi ALSO didn't have David in it!

Ann had a rough week, so we banged out this episode the best we could, and I think we still did good a job in spite the episode's brevity. The information about us not going into Syria is a week old, but ya know what? Unless you're a hardcore AltRighter who shouts "cuck" at any provocation, the fact is that we're back to where we were before Syria. That is: with Trump rallies getting disrupted by Soros backed Antifas and other leftist riff raff, and the cultural civil war that's fun to watch unfolding online.

So, as far as I'm concerned, shit is back to normal.

But yes, we discuss the potential - and now nearly annulled - split among Trump's base, hate crime hoaxes, how neoconservative women get wet by watching shit blow up, the creeping nearly Islamic puritanism seeping into the AltRight, our usual detour into talking about punk rock that most people don't care about, It's a Wonderful Life and thigh gaps, which in spite my cavalier tone really ARE the best thing ever.

Speaking of punk rock, this week's Sounds of Marshabaloosh features none other than the Meatmen with their song "KKK (Kill Kunt Koulter)." The Meatmen hold a personal place in my rectum, having been a fan since I was like 15 and coming from the Midwest, I identify with their brand of un-PC comedy rock; Ann apparently likes 'em too, weee! Although, since I LIKE Ann Coulter, Ann and I discuss the song and how, if Tesco Vee wrote the same kinds of lyrics about say, Rachel Maddow, the Meatmen would have an army of feminist harpies coming after them. Listen to the "KKK" by the Meatmen at https://themeatmensdr.bandcamp.com/track/kkk.

I did the artwork. Lazy, you call it? Blow me, I sampled Clayton V's work the way rappers sample other artists' music. And of course the song at the end is "The Diet Has Failed" by the Yesticles.