Welcome to another episode of Tin Foil Hat with Sam Tripoli. On this episode, Ryan and Sam swapcast with Sirius Radio's Mike Tully of the Tully Show podcast! On this episode Sam yells and screams at everyone about...
1) The 2016 Election
2) Cocaine and the Governor of Arkansas
3) NAFTA, DOMA and The Crime Bill of 1994
4) Dead Body Guards Walking
5) The Lolita Express and the Children of Haiti
7) Bernie Sanders
Again we want to thank DJ Buddy for everything he does for the show. You my friend are a G!
Thank you for listening.
We are also proud to announce Tin Foil Hat Comedy Night and Swapcast. That's right, one night with two insane conspiracy shows live at the Ice house Comedy Club on Oct 10th!
In the Main Room: it's the first ever Tim Foil Hat stand up comedy night w/ Eddie Bravo, Brendan Walsh, Gareth Reynolds, John Tole, Vanessa Johnston and Shaan Joshi!
In Room 2:
It's the first ever live Tin Foil Hat Podcast! It's our first live podcart and we're going big! That's right we're proud to announce that we're doing a swapcast with the one and only The Higherside Chats with Greg Carlwood!
We're going deep homeboy!
Jason Silva - host of NatGeo's "Origins" - joins Tully to tackle all of life's big questions in 30 minutes or less. Then, food poisoning survivor Jude Angelini chops it up about children's dictionaries. Cheeseburgers in Paradise, and Taco Tuesdays.
Former "Firefly" co-stars Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk discuss Alan's interest in odd collectibles, bands who don't look like they sound, prepping for the apocalypse, myths of the Old West, why Australians might be more American than Americans, and above all, the pair's new Comic Con HQ series, "Con Man."
Comedian Sam Tripoli leads Mike Tully and fellow guest Adam Hunter through some less-than-convincing conspiracy theories about the Challenger disaster, atomic weapons, and the American political system. Discussion then turns to funeral selfies, Beyonce, social justice warriors and more.
In a joint swapcast with her podcast "Ku and the Gang," Comedienne Esther Ku discusses her strict religious upbringing - and why she is reliving her lost childhood now. Plus, the premiere of a new Tully Show segment, "Ku-Less."
Comedian and "Superior Donuts" star Maz Jobrani and "Everybody Curses: I Swear" author Carrie Keagan join Mike Tully for a discussion on Maz's experience so far as an Iranian-American in Donald Trump's America, plus a look at the limits of Hashtag Activism, female-on-female internet trolling, and more.
Christopher Titus takes pity on Mike Tully's plight as a struggling newcomer to stand up. Conversation then turns to Titus' turbulent upbringing, turbulent past relationships, a memorable night in a holding cell, and more.
Outlaw country maverick Wheeler Walker Jr. joins Mike Tully, discussing the efforts to censor his new album, political correctness in the age of Donald Trump, and the challenges presented by sex-crazed groupies. Wheeler also graces the airwaves with a live in-studio performance.
Haley Joel Osment discusses his entry into show business, putting his career on hold to go to college, becoming a beard guy, and transitioning into adult roles in such projects as the new season of "Silicon Valley" and the Amazon pilot "Oasis."