Christmas, Sickness and long battles finally ending. 2017 is around the corner and Mike like Nostradamus cleverly decides the winner of Rousey versus Nunes. It's been a couple weeks with pending fecal storms and man eating phlegm looming but the tides have changed. Thank you for being patient. We love you all. Please be safe out there.
The idea of Hunting your own food and the joys of silence that come along can be some of the best times of the year. Fresh off a trip to Los Banos, or to the bathrooms as I learned in high school Spinach class Mike is going to break down how hunting should go in Cali, from left handed cigarettes to heaters at your feet and DJI drones in the sky, we're headed into 2017 and it's fresh and exiting as opening day. Now let's have some good Kratom and some conversations to follow.
Head on over to Kratomcomments.org and tell them your a free man or woman, and outlawing plants if for the slobbery ones. As we await a pending confrontation between paid Mercs and "peaceful" Veterans later this week we take a second to pause on sensory memories of BBQ turkey and manakin challenges. It was a wonderful week of lean protein and medicinal plant matter. Trump is still on Twitter and we thank you for coming back and checking in with this week's Sick Call Podcast.
Last week, we were a day late because I was parading my meat around in the San Francisco area, but this week we are off to a better start. Better start than our elected officials can claim during this time of joyful purgatory. We move past pizza flavored pedophile rings and move towards a right to bare arms, no thanks to an underground tunnel. America is crazy. Think about all the fun we can have once we shine the light on the crazies.
All hail the new overlord, it's all DelMonico Steaks and Prime Rib from here on out. Fresh of a Veterans Day weekend and a visit to the birthplace of psychedelic rock and roll. That should probably be capitalized. Indeed it was. Everything good comes from California. Except for the Segway of course. There's bum fights, there will be charm and as usual, probably some technical difficult. Thanks for coming back.
I gots problems, is what it read. Maybe I should try CPap mask instead. If I wasn't so tired, it wouldn't be a thing to come up with some words in between. Did I write that, who the hell is this Dr. Seuss, all this political nonsense has my brain in a noose. It's time to look upward and over and out, so write a review and give sick call a shout out.
This was an exciting one. It's got everything, it starts with a trip to the center of the universe and eventually ends with a new start and with a new podcast. It's an honor to have my father on to talk about our ayahuasca experiences together. We cover his view as a guy who knew nothing about this incredible plant medicine but was willing to travel up the river just to be my side. I love you Dad. We hope you enjoy this one. Welcome back to Sick Call podcast. New week, New Monday, New start.
This week we cover our favorite subject, you guessed it...Plants. With the DEA placing a temporary hold on the banning of Kratom, maybe we have something to rejoice about that doesn't include loaded debate questions. With a possible legalization around the corner, it's time we discover some alternatives. Join us for an In-depth look through rose colored glasses, we'll sort of, we kind of have a chip on our shoulder. You know the deal, welcome to Sick Call. Shout out to Pulse Ayahuasca Adventure Center.
I guess this whole things going to be underlined because this libsyn deal is about as efficient as my uncle neto's ability to stay out of jail. Anyway Dan Cleland is the man, big shot out this week to him and the amazing Pulse Ayahuasca Center. Congrats on the new book! Go buy the book.
I think I can smell Mr. Rosenberg literally pulling his head from the tire spokes. It's been a while and his neck his sore, we'll give him a sec, or until Sept. 30th or so. We cover a listener letter explaining the hypocrisy of an emergency ban on Kratom. As a safe alternative for Veterans natural plant based "drugs" can be used wisely or they can be used like the DEA consultants do their jobs. Oh ya and the Air Force base is burning, the air quality sucks but the content is still great. Welcome back to Sick Call.
Join us this week for an intense encounter with a Navy Vet. My skin is still vibrating and my stomach still turns but I can't wait to have him back. A former Chaplain Assistant shares his experiences from being attached to a Marine Corp Element in Ramadi to overcoming the urge to cut the memories away. It's real, it's raw, it may not be fun. We'll get back to current events soon enough.
The sky is falling and we are subleasing jet packs. This week we are talking dislocated fingers, transsexual truth tellers and virtual reality sex robots. In addition we'll discuss how a terrorist organization releases dogs on children, smashes sacred land and builds stock portfolios. 15 years later it's still all about freedom. Drop out and Tune in.
Mike and I were both away on extended hiatus attending family issues but we're back and there is a ton of idiocy going on in our precious media. We'll argue over the right to sit or stand, if racism exists in such a just world and more importantly, what weed strains are best. We will talk about the socks that seem to be sending San Fran into a tizzy and Native American pipes that only appear in Facebook Newsfeed. This week we're even bringing back b rated movie soundtracks staying the one and only Tupac Shakur. Did you know that literally means get your gun in pashtu? It's true I read it in a meme.
What is it about mixing alcohol with music that makes people act like children? This week we recount some time on a party bus and a beach front reggae concert. As my kids would say, "people watching on FLEEK." We address some important public service announcements this week and cover some stuff our parents should have taught us. Same more incoherent ramblings, same early morning start time, same two guys, here for you all. I hope every one is having a great week, if you're listening we appreciate every one of you.
What happens when four veterans, some airborne, some ex coppers, some lost, and ancient Chinese Pueh'r. Interesting views as veterans speak of politics, human nature and a future for a corrupt dictatorship. A tummy full of organic veggies, Filet Mignon and tryptamine.
There's some magic in the air and even more in the ground. We're nearing harvest season and we're a week closer to appointing one of the most ridiculous excuses for a leader this country has ever known. As the Internet shares secrets so do we. We're growing like mycelium. Somewhere between Bluetooth failures and the origin of religion while dancing in caves there is something for you. Guarantee. Stop with the tricolor garments and useless rhetoric, freedom is between our ears lets tune in, drop out and live free, or whatever he said.
Episode 18 or so and things are starting to get real. When it seems as though our nation is entering a stage of de-evolution, we are hear to restore hope. Just kidding, but it just so happens this week, we are pulling covers and entering a stage of drysnitiching that would make a confidential informant a well paid and free man. A mission to simplify life has led to the undeniable choice to no longer carry other people's secrets. If you're the type that watches Last Survivor stories wearing a light coat of Cleaning Lubricant Protectant while hand cleaning your gun and poaching catchy lines from action movies you're going to hate this one. If you plan to vote #nevertrump or #hillary4prison you won't be a fan. If you like Hawaii, you may enjoy it. Any questions or comments firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recorded at 6am on July 7th after watching a killing on YouTube. The news of Alton Sterling is beginning to sweep through Cajun country and the aroma of freshly burned trees is roaming around my outdoor kitchen. It's a freshly ground salad of patriotism, Monday morning quarterbacking and stupid stories. I know it's a huge surprise but I don't really remember what we talked about but I know it was really interesting, check us out on this week's Sick Call podcast. It'll be almost as fun as Pokemon Go!
What's a Forward Observer you ask? TRAV was a forward observer. He'll tell us, he's got a lot to say actually. Starting from a Red Cross telegram he takes us through the oil spills of emotion that await following War. He's the first guy to scoot a cheek and let me have a seat on the bus to Freakville. We discuss what it means to be a parent, blended families, the current state of our political climate and how we can help one another moving forward. I'm honored to have a childhood friend and veteran to this week's SickCall Podcast.
It's 6 am, the Kush salad is strong and our eyes are glossed over. How can they endure such such freedoms, you ask? Is it the sweet sound of bottle rockets or the smell of flower blooms that has their mind dancing? Nope, It's because it's the Fourth of July but it may have been the mushroom tea? This is the Sick Call Podcast. We're back and nothing has changed. It's Independence Day, we're full participants, so you should be too. Take no Lies, BS or horseshit today, lay off the sauce and stick to the green stuff but if you must and you're too drunk don't get highly involved in things like swimming or lighting fireworks from appendages and special orifices. If you find some love, its important to wear a glove but not as important as wearing a smile. Keep your head on swivel and don't drive through cone patterns. Stay Free!
This week the Co-host and producer of the Drunken Taoist Podcast joins us to discuss what it's like being dragged off the islands of paradise and winding up in Ft. Campbell Kentucky. Born of a Vietnam Veteran and his favorite nurse, Mr Rich Evirs is an army brat and like us has a penchant for Veteran right's. He also has notable dislike of corporations who like to grease the wheels of public policy with green mystery paper. We go deep, sometimes we go long, at the end I'm pretty much speechless. Enjoy from just north of the Free Thinking Capital of the World, welcome to this episode of The SickCall Podcast.
Join us this week as we settle into a early morning 6am podcast and some recollection of a place that smells like armpits. Father's Day is in full effect and our kids actually like us. Better than liking us they aren't frightened and have no reason to hide the potatoes. You'll get it later. Probably from the freedom of a warm bed somewhere. Being in America is awesome especially because we don't have to worry about being blown up randomly by a drone strike! We hope you enjoy this week and many more to come. But if you do enjoy it's probably cause you need SickCall...
As Clinton announced her great victory, Mike and I wonder why there is separations of church and state anyway? Aren't we are required to vote at the local church? Anyway holy mail in ballot who cares right? First world problems today on an early morning Sick Call. It's 6am, the wake and bake is strong and I present bumped and bruised from an encounter on the mean streets of the Santa Ynez Valley. You'll get what I mean. Strap on your bolo ties, brush your chops, and hold your glass piece, we could be thrown for a loop. We're meeting Yoda and talking Sapiens. Episode 89 of the Drunken Taoist Podcast is also up, if you haven't please catch up. One Love and One more week.