01.06.20 Pt 2 – Could Jack Dorsey leave San Francisco to live in Bloemfontein? RuPaul has got the gay community saying “for frack’s sake!” The ladies on The Bachelor are of a better quality this year… is Covid great for romance? Tennis stars are richer than ever. Should vegans have to reveal their veganism before the first date? Dr Brett Lederle joins us to explore the nature of educating your physiology to enter the state of growth, so that the pursuit of quality of life is your default setting, and not a sporadic anomaly.
01.06.20 Pt 1 – The rocket going to the ISS gives humanity hope, even in a global pandemic. If you have balls, don’t camp in a tent right now. If you need humbling, remember there’s always somebody thinner and richer than you… stay humble. The Queen is on a pony is not a metaphor.
29.05.20 Pt 2 – What’s the repayment rule if you give money to a friend as a loan? It’s 2020, if you aren’t using a machete and broom for sex, are you even human? Are there any celebrities who look like your testicles? Dr Jonathan Witt joins us to detail protocols and compliance measures for reopening your business for Level 3. Dr Witt also tells us about the humanitarian work done by stjohn.org.za, and the services they provide in helping companies to become Covid-19 compliant.
29.05.20 Pt 1 – Don’t get a partner who just wants to fight all the time. Sometimes you have to know how to rub your technology in the right way. If you need booze, get your mom in a wheelchair to queue for you. Is that Mandarin or Elon Musk’s baby… we live in a time where it’s tough to tell. Leigh Wallace from clanstival.org joins us to tell us about her project to save the career of artists in South Africa.
Is it a good idea to have private security firms to carry out state justice? What is distributive justice and how does it shape ideology? Does the private sector serve society at large better than a capable state? If a government doesn’t trust its citizens, what is the logical conclusion? Armed forces are trained to kill, so what happens when their barrels are aimed at their own citizens? Brought to you by Nando’s.
28.05.20 Pt 2 – Has the inept nature of the South African state changed leftist ideology and veneration of the ANC’s government? Should the military be able to judge their own cases of egregious violence imposed upon the society? Dudu Myeni has finally been deemed to be a delinquent director, and she may never be a corporate head honcho again… significant or not?
28.05.20 Pt 1 – Is it reasonable for people to have rules for guests in the house? Is Bloemfontein actually the Frozen Tundra? What’s all the hype about Michael Jordan’s documentary? Madonna is apparently obsessed with size. Donald Trump hates Twitter, and he told us this on Twitter.
27.05.20 Pt 2 – Cows are domesticated by humans sucking their nipples apparently. Damon reveals himself as the worst tea maker on the planet, and also tells a disturbing tale about growths on his back. If you moisturise, how do you dry out… have you heard of starfishing on a towel? Mark Mdluli is not just a comedian, but also a musician, and you can find his latest track on Bandcamp.
27.05.20 Pt 1 – Is this possibly Damon’s last show ever? Gym is a place of spiritual sanctity for some… when are those opening? The Kalavari home has had to swap roles and it’s been interesting. What type of lockdown human being are you? Level 5 – awesome haircut length, not so much as a lockdown measure.
26.05.20 Pt 2 – Is not wearing underwear a serious social faux pas? If you want to be ready for the next pandemic, start planting seeds now that you can eat. A 113-year-old woman in Spain will inspire you with her will to live. Garlic is not only good for you, but vampires hate it… so get some for winter. TopCo CEO Ralf Fletcher then joins us to detail how businesses can become proactive instead of being reactive in the post Covid-19 economy.