Poetry on fire, staring like a genius, fake airline tickets, and the children of rich douchebags growing up to be douchier richbags take centerstage in this second episode of The Insafemode Journals to take place in Wisconsin.
Featuring Beckee, unHarry, Jennifer, JBob, Torpor Heights, and Wisfuckenconsin.
Intro Music: "It's Madison Time" by The Ray Bryant Combo
Incidental Music: "In The Wake Of Poseidon" by King Crimson
Incidental Music: "Lemon (Paul Oakenfold Mix)" by U2
Incidental Music: "In Or Out" by Ani Difranco
Incidental Music: "Your Little Secret" by Melissa Etheridge
Incidental Music: "Fly Away" by Lenny Kravitz
Outro Music: "Wise Up" by Aimee Mann
The Insafemode Journals take a special trip to Madison, Wisconsin for a lesson in making terrible, impulsive decisions. There will be spies, noodles, formal dress, formal undress, and perhaps a bit too much alcohol.
Featuring Bekee, Torpor Heights, unHarry, and a slew of people who may never be heard from again.
Intro music: "Hate To Say I Told You So" by The Hives
Incidental music: "Boys & Girls" by Alabama Shakes
Incidental music: "The Drugs Don't Work" by The Verve
Incidental music: "Wild Thing" by Tone Loc
Outro Music: "Trapped In The Closet (Part 1)" by R. Kelly
Away at boarding school, our protagonist is hit by love from a couple of different angles. Will he hit back?
Featuring Jennifer, Beckee, JBob, and Victor.
Intro music: "27 Jennifers" by Mike Doughty
Incidental music: "Touch-a-Touch-a-Touch-a-Touch me" from The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Incidental music: "Dumb" by The Beautiful South
Outro music: "All Apologies (Unplugged)" by Nirvana
Bucking the stereotype, our protagonist decides to become an actor and is exposed to people accidentally exposing themselves; some physically, others as bigots.
Featuring JBob, Beckee, Fledge, Yao Wen Handsome, Roadkill, Charlie Denton, Manuel, Jonathan Fletcher Tork IV, Kate, and my family.
Intro music: "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" by Metallica
Outro music: "Who Do You Think You're Fooling?" by Captain Beefheart