Oct 162017
 

To celebrate our 50th episode, we’re doing a check-in. Dating can be a never-ending cycle and sometimes you gotta stop, pause, reflect, and ask yourself: where are you in your life and what do you really want? Host Natasha Chandel and Kinda Dating producers Aisha Holden and Mason Booker reveal the stage of life they are in and how that might be attracting a certain type of person, or not! How can you figure out what you really want? How picky should you be? All this and more in this fun, celebratory yet deep episode of Kinda Dating, presented by Meltdown Comics.

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This Week’s Guests:

Aisha Holden

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Mason Booker

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Creator and Host: Natasha Chandel.

Producer and Audio Engineer: Mason Booker.

Associate Producer: Aisha Holden.

Theme Music: Joe Lorenzetti.

Logo Character Illustration: Jenna Yenik.

Oct 162017
 

Cuphead is dooooooooooope. The LA Chargers are nooooooooot. Let’s do it in Hawkins, Indiana aka Stranger Things Land. Let’s rage.

Warning: The upside-don’t.

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Thank you as always to Meltdown Comics for supporting us and keeping this super nerdy little pirate ship afloat. Yay!!

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Audio Engineer: Dan Brozo

Producer: Dan Brozo

Participants: Dan Brozo, Andy Boyd, James Pugh, and Dirk Stenger.

Oct 102017
 
#18: Alison Stevenson (Interview) @justaboutglad @kaseykoop #podcast

Alison Stevenson is a comedian and writer for publications like Vice with an album called “Eat Me.” We talk men misinterpreting sexual openness for an invitation, male comics praised for their realness while female comics’ experience is dismissed as “too real,” guys being scared of us writing about them, our noncommittal generation, the awfulness of […]