Thunder Talk – USE YOUR DELUSION I

It’s here! The long anticipated follow-up to our 1987 breakout hit “Appetite For Thunder”! The double podcast tour de force that is “Use Your Delusion” I & II is quoted in L.A. Weekly as “A One-Two Punch That No One Asked For” and the Chicago Tribune raves “I Want My Money Back!”

Sexy Thor, along with Melissa Klink and her husband, were granted media access to this year’s SC Comicon. In both this and the following episode we give our after-action report from the floor of South Carolina’s premier comic convention.

Missy Scellon Waters comes home to share her latest hit track “Made Men” with the Thunder Fam. Cleopatra 2525 along with everyone’s favorite Number 1 is finally unleashed by Beth & Kawika while Melissa joins them to scratch the surface of just a few of the painful realities still facing woman today. Everything from public housing to talking in your sleep is on Mark’s mind, plus Wheatley and Anthony jump onboard to discuss Dragoncon, the recent re-edit of “The Godfather part III”, and a whole lot more.

With his bitch slap rappin’ and his cocaine tongue, Dan finally got something done. Welcome to “Use Your Delusion” part One!

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00:00:22 Sexy Don’t Need Your Civil War

00:01:58 Kawika Unit Alpha-1

00:10:10 No Jackets Required

00:11:50 SC Comicon Day 1 

00:12:26 Sexy’s Back!

00:13:31 All About The Kids

00:16:14 Pencil Portraits By Mel Rivera

00:18:57 CMD Riker

00:28:38 Melissa Klink On The Spot

00:29:03 Zenjumps Chainmaille

00:31:19 Scellon “Made Men”

00:37:17 Cleopatra 2525

00:43:35 The Low Cost of High Living

00:51:28 Free Perspective

00:53:42 Rumble and Roar Wandmakers

00:58:07 The Death of Wheatley Corleone

01:04:42 It’s NOT All About the Dudes

01:08:34 WTLK: The Thunder

01:15:29 Nocturnal Transmissions

01:19:25 Plaguing Dr. Brock

01:20:59 Coming Home to SC Comicon

01:24:22 It’s Beth’s Fault

01:30:15 Grandma Got Runover By Kawika

Total Runtime: 01:31:14

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