Fabulous

The Conservatarians, aka Jon Gabriel and Stephen Miller, discuss the best way to annoy ISIS, the aftermath of Orlando, and how Mickey Mouse is better at intelligence gathering than the Obama administration. Glitter is discussed.

Intro and outro music is “Gay Bar” by Electric Six. Stephen’s music pick this week is “I’ve Never Seen a Cyclone” by Mantaraybryn. Jon’s music pick is Les Bains Douches by Joy Division. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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  1. N.M. Wiedemer Inactive
    N.M. Wiedemer
    @NMWiedemer

    This has become one of my favorite shows on the site. Keep up the great work guys.

    • #1
  2. The King Prawn Inactive
    The King Prawn
    @TheKingPrawn

    The Stitcher link is going to the last episode. I’m probably just being impatient.

    • #2
  3. The King Prawn Inactive
    The King Prawn
    @TheKingPrawn

    Jon needs a Yeti.

    • #3
  4. Kevin Creighton Contributor
    Kevin Creighton
    @KevinCreighton

    Needs a Photoshop of Stephen as Edina and Jon as Patsy…

    • #4
  5. Petty Boozswha Inactive
    Petty Boozswha
    @PettyBoozswha

    Interesting you finished the show talking about sound engineers – trying to listen between Jon’s whispered mumbles and Steven’s blaring 120 decibel responses makes it hard to follow the dialog.

    • #5
  6. CP Member
    CP
    @CP

    I thought about printing “Stop Going Outside” on a bumper sticker, but realized that’d be self-defeating.

    • #6
  7. Jon Gabriel, Ed. Admin
    Jon Gabriel, Ed.
    @jon

    Petty Boozswha:Interesting you finished the show talking about sound engineers – trying to listen between Jon’s whispered mumbles and Steven’s blaring 120 decibel responses makes it hard to follow the dialog.

    My mic set up was weird this week. Did everything I could to salvage it.

    • #7
  8. Petty Boozswha Inactive
    Petty Boozswha
    @PettyBoozswha

    Jon Gabriel, Ed.:

    Petty Boozswha:Interesting you finished the show talking about sound engineers – trying to listen between Jon’s whispered mumbles and Steven’s blaring 120 decibel responses makes it hard to follow the dialog.

    My mic set up was weird this week. Did everything I could to salvage it.

    OK, sorry for my snarky comment.

    • #8
  9. M. King Inactive
    M. King
    @MKing

    It’s probably bad that I recognized that intro before the 10th chord.

    • #9
  10. Money Mike Member
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    i.e., your intro.  I’ve been laughing at this for ten years.

    Check it out, it’s pretty funny.

    • #10
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