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Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank #317: Ski Utah (with Ryan O’neill, Nick Diaz, and Bert Kreischer)

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Ryan Oneill drove with me from Salt Lake City to Boise to talk about the gnar pow we got in Utah. We skied 6 out of 7 days, stayed at 3 different places, and did 5 shows. It was a tremendous week of skiing some of the best powder on earth. We talked about the skiing, the AirBnBs, the city of Salt Lake and much, much more. Plus Nick Diaz finally wakes up towards the end and really opens up and gets vulnerable for a little.

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That old piano with the box of song scrolls sitting to the left.


This was on the back of Popular Science (September 1977)


Carpeted bathroom. I mean… You woulda had to clean the area around the toilet ever single day. Probably every 7 hours.




The Music

The Invitations – Skiing In The Snow

Snow – Informer

Christine Lavin – Good Thing He Can’t Read My Mind

Marvin Gaye – Purple Snowflakes

Yoko Ono – Snow Is Falling All The Time


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Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank #63: Drug Buddy (with Sir Brendon Walsh)

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Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank #63: Drug Buddy with Sir Brendon Walsh (photoshop by @agnostic_alien)

Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank #63: Drug Buddy with Sir Brendon Walsh (photoshop by @agnostic_alien)

Brendon Walsh had me over to his place in the cool part of town and we talked about drugs for a while. Good, old fashioned, drugs. The kind our forefathers had in mind when they killed the Indians over the last of the heroin. Brendan was still bombed off the night before’s relaxation cookie, so he shouldn’t be held accountable for anything he says or forgot to say.

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Guest Extras

Ew, barf.

Ew, barf.



Brendan’s disgusting gangrenous leg.


When I heard Brendon got a half hour special, I was like, “Well, at least they’re giving it to good comics now.”


Comedy club owners hold grudges like no other profession on the planet. With the exception, maybe, of professional grudge holder.


Is this Brendon? It sounds like him.


The Music

What happened to Queens of the Stone Age? They were so rad for a couple songs on that first album and then I haven’t heard shit from them. This is why I always protest when someone says any new band is going to be around for a very long time.


Eminem’s legacy to the world, D12. I actually really liked every song I heard from these guys and I like watching all the videos, too. Hip hop needs more people who don’t take themselves too seriously.


There’s something about Lily Allen. I don’t know what it is. She’s not the hottest girl ever, and she’s not the greatest singer I’ve ever heard but I just like her whole deal. I like the music, too. But what I REALLY like is her vibe.


Weezer, dog. Weezer.


Evan Dando and Juliania Hatfield – My Drug Buddy. I used to have a crush on Juliana Hatfield. I wonder what happened to her. Fuck, everybody good goes away. And where the fuck is Evan Dando? The Lemonheads were that first band that people said were going to be around for a very long time. And what happened to them?


And by the way, I got a lot of submissions with a Fear and Loathing theme. They were all pretty good. But I really liked this one for thinking in a different direction completely. It was down to the one I used and this one.

Skeptic Tank 63: Drug Buddy with Brendon Walsh (photoshop by @kmdmichael)

Skeptic Tank 63: Drug Buddy with Brendon Walsh (photoshop by @kmdmichael)


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