Featuring Garret Adkins, Andy Johnson, and Katie Kapugi, we delve into the dark, literally ‘alien’ past of the White House and encounter President Trump on the way to the occult room buried in the dirt beneath the White House Library. Based on a true story.
Special thanks to these guys:
Tristan Lohengrin for “Happy 8bit Loop 01”
Midlife crises mean different things to different people, but to supreme weirdo Paddy Roy Bates, it meant taking over a sea fort in the middle of the English Channel and calling it a country. In this episode of Dented Dimension, we meet the founder of the world’s first micronation, The Principality of Sealand… and attack it with Andy Johnson in a helicopter. Amen. And RIP Paddy Roy Bates, wherever you are.
Sonny Mishra @ Divine Droid Records:
In the premier episode of Dented Dimension’s ‘Lesser-Known Building Series’, we get upsettingly close to one of the least respected buildings on earth: The Taj Mahal.
Special thanks to Matt Taylor and Damyn Allen
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This week we disguise ourselves as a street preacher to explore Newton’s secret ‘fourth’ Law of Motion – one the famed ethmidist may have kept to himself for highly immoral purposes perpetrated the Body Reality Plane.
Special thanks to Rob Kerruish
Join us this week as Timmy Clay and I explore the Renaissance artwork of Pieter Brueghel the Elder; not only is the result terrifying, but it also goes to show that Jan Janmaker should never be trusted with guided tours of anything.
Special thanks to Timmy Dean and Andy Johnson (though both of you should probably seek counseling; agreeing to help with this show is most likely a sign something’s wrong).
To increase this shows reach so we can find the right system of weirdos, I’d like to announce our April Promotion –
Anyone who leaves us an iTunes review gets their choice of ‘Antoninus Pius Sucked’ T-Shirt, freshly-designed Dented Dimension poster, or 4″ DD sticker – FREE.
Listen for details. Open 4/4/18-4/30/18.
Not only does this existential tour de force confront the fabric of thinking MORE than Jean Paul Sartre, it also has drums in it. Twice.
***OUR FIRST DRAMATIC EFFORT***
Pliny the Elder and Pyrrho of Elis lead us on a wild goose chase to track down just exactly why dogs were invented by man (and woman) 4,500 years ago.
In this episode we discuss Emperor Marcus Aurelius’s philosophical and mathematical concept known as Marccam’s Razor; not only does this doctrine allow one to accomplish vast undertaking without lifting a finger, but it is also an effective weight loss technique.