Bless Your Heart

Guest hosts: Nate and Renee

Welcome! We discuss all manner of craziness tonight! Our old friend Nick Pierce is also on hand to bring on the fun!


Holy Crap, This is Actually Happening!

Chuck regales us with more stories that are stranger than fiction.


News of the Weird and Wonderful

So…this is a thing…


…and this…

Sex Toy Company Receives Award From Queen For ‘Outstanding Continuous Growth’


Jeeps are being “ducked,” and it all started in Canada


Elephants get drunk on wine after sneaking into farm in search for food


Why some people are soiling their underwear to help the earth


I just wanna live here…

1204 S 18th St, Saint Louis, MO 63104


Or here…(Kinda jealous, not gonna lie)

Long Island man dodges eviction for 20 years, living in house he doesn’t own


Cat Adopts Four Orphaned Baby Squirrels


Illinois 7-year-old with life-threatening heart condition becomes SWAT officer for a day


Selfless 8-Year-Old Is Helping Thousands Of Homeless Veterans With ‘Hero Bags’


7-year-old boy raises over $1,900, fills two vans with donations to benefit East Haven Animal Shelter


Max and Melanie Watch the News

With a rare opportunity for some down time, Ms. Hope and Mr. von Regal Beezer take in the competition.


Welcome to the New Abnormal

One of the worst in the world for cases AND deaths, even with out-virtue signaling the rest of us!

Face mask painted on airplanes in Indonesia to spread awareness


LET THE MUSIC PLAY-Kentucky Derby refuses calls to cancel playing of ‘My Old Kentucky Home’ before race despite claims song is ‘racist’


This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

This would never happen in our home

Husband Sells His Wife’s Sandwiches At Work To Buy Lunch From Restaurant


Man In Mallorca Arrested For Infecting 22 People With Coronavirus Including Three Babies


“Wine” of the Week

In honor of the Kentucky Derby, and because they’re yummy and refreshing, this week’s beverage is Congac Mint Juleps!

(Per glass:)

  • 1.75 oz congac
  • 8 Mint leaves
  • 0.5 oz Simple syrup
  • A splash of lime juice (optional)
  • 1 Fresh mint on branch to garnish
  1. Place the mint leaves in a tall Julep glass and gently press with a pestle to release flavors.
  2. Add the other ingredients along with crushed ice.
  3. Mix vigorously with a barspoon.
  4. Complete with crushed ice to fill and garnish with a sprig of mint.

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