Current employees of the Burger King Corporation include a 34-year-old CEO, a head of investor relations who is 29, and a CFO that’s only 28. Source

All of them white

Here’s a New Trailer For The Harmontown Documentary, Set For Oct. Release

Feral Audio VLOG 8.27.14
A video update on FeralAudio.com, our upcoming comedy album, podcasts and projects.


This app will let you know which political parties are really benefiting when you buy groceries

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The supreme spirit Tchaiko Omawale returns to talk about the Kickstarter for her coming of age narrative film about first times and secrets and envy. We take calls about: exercise addiction, binging, starving, puking, end times eating, prisoner last meals, the freshman 10-15, redheads, and air conditioning. Tchaiko’s incredible mom calls for a mom-to-the-max mom call. Support a fresh filmmaking voice. DO IT FOR JOAN: http://kck.st/1nTK7Za

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Solace Kickstarter


Who’s coming?

$5 tickets here or $8 at the door.

.@starburnsind break room 8.15.14



Lots of Big Brother talk w last seasons long haired houseguest slash pizza boy McCrea!
Strategy. Slop. Entertainment. Security. Showmances. The live feeds. So fun. Life is a dream. BB bro, bb.



hello #feralaudio fans!
Feral Audio is small group of people and at every level is done by artists/volunteers who sink their own time & money into keeping this thing going for over 2 years now!
As it stands we still rely on the extremely generous donations of our fans to keep going and I often have to choose between recording podcasts week after week for free over paying gigs & other opportunities, and that’s made possible by listeners $5, $10, $25 and $50 dollar donations!
I am working hard on other projects that will give you more bang for your buck but help us keep producing rad content through the end of the year by pledging at feralaudio.com/support!


Bobcat Goldthwait // The Super Serious Show

*Photo by Mandee Johnson


On a Monday night in 2009 I was standing in the the back office of UCB talking to Fernie and Susan when Robin Williams poked his head in and asked if he could sit in with one of the teams. Fernie and I both kinda looked at each other and then said, well you can sit in with us. 

I’ll always remember how on board he was for everything. Here was a guy who had been in a ton of movies, but had absolutely no ego about doing silly warm-ups with Sentimental Lady in the back hallway by a bunch of dumpsters (he quickly caught on to how to play thumper, and we still say his thumper before every show to this day). 

Before the show he chatted with us like he was any other comedian that was around the theater (I remember we talked a bunch about World War 1), then he came out and did a Harold with us and it was great. Pretty much every move the man made was hilarious and you could see this was a guy that just loved being on stage. It’s sad Robin Williams is gone but I’ll always remember how this man loved comedy and performing so much that for a few months he would regularly show up at UCB and do the Jam or sit in with teams.


A mentally ill man attempted suicide by shooting himself in the head, but his failure ironically cured his depression and he became a successful college student.



It is estimated that United States animal shelters euthanize about 2 to 3 million unwanted pets each year.


mjschryver asked: Hey there. Did you create the "You don't have to f**k people over to survive" image that you posted back on March 15th, 2012?? If not, do you know who did? Thanks, MJ

Definitely not me