In this week’s ball-bigly episode, Magnus is rejoined by Chris Honeywell to kick off Weird Stuff, the replacement for the Big Book Report as the 7th episode feature.
In this week’s adventure, Honeywell and Magnus talk about Shia the Beef’s He Will Not Divide Us performance art project.
At least, that was the plan.
What ended up actually happening was that Honeywell and Magnus gave it last rites because the project was cancelled less than a week after recording. Yeah, apparently it’s back now in the desert. But it’s gone, let’s be realistic.
But for one brief, shining, bigly moment, He Will Not Divide Us was a cascade of trolling, counter-trolling, idiotic chants, racist chants, incoherent chants and more web-cam crap-show insanity than you could ever hope to shake a stick at.
In the course of conversation, Magnus and Honeywell analyze the finer points of performance art and offer relevant critiques to the Beef.
All this and Honeywell recounts some of his adventures from college.
So what more do you need? Unless you want the Beef to scream in your face, start listening now!
Due to the blitzkrieg of badassitude this week, unfortunately there’s just no time for listener feedback this week. But don’t cry about it, some is coming in the future!
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