After a month to let you all digest the infamous "Smash Mouth" episode Bread is back with his take on tech - is the abundance of technology and constant need to upgrade negatively affecting our ability to perform basic tasks such as driving? Are we losing our purpose in favor of automation? Maybe moving to the middle of nowhere really *IS* the right idea!
Bread Foster can barely see because there are no eye doctors in Vermont, and he's going crazy because he just found out he has depression and anxiety, and if that's not enough, he brings to you the information that proves life is futile this week when he reveals we are all just products being sold by the world! Abandon all hope!
Bread is back with a very controversial episode where Everyone's Favorite Isolationist discusses... BABIES, and begins to discuss whether or not there are practical reasons for having babies, and more importantly HOW DO WE GET RID OF THEM?!?
Disclaimer: this is NOT an episode about abortion.
Bread discusses the fantasy of rifles versus the reality of rifles, and his war with a fox before a trip to the Barber Shop that lead to weird conversations which included uncomfortable conversations about Jeb Bush and Ivanka Trump's vagina! Oh and a few roadblocks may have ensued, too.
In what is quite possibly the most depressing episode of a podcast ever recorded Bread Foster laments the passing of his grandmother and questions the concepts of death, loss, age, and our own mortality and the bridge we all must eventually cross. Hide your guns and put the pills away, let's get through this together!
This week Bread discusses travel shows and how they got him through puberty, gives you a public service announcement on masturbation, reminds us how ugly Tara Reid has become, and also tells us all about those nasty parking lot arguments we all end up in at some point in our lives - even Vermont isn't safe from a little road rage!