Food amazes me. I’m not talking about the kind of naturally occurring food you can just yank off a tree or run down on the highway, I’m talking about the kind of food people make by mixing things together in a test kitchen or laboratory.
Episode 26: 10 UNBELIEVABLE Facts About America
Oct 2, 2022 •
Episode 25: New Study PROVES DemoRats Have IQs Lower than APES! (CONSERVATIVE POV)
Sep 19, 2022 •
Hate to break it to all you libtards, but I’ll use small words so your feeble brains can comprehend: science man say you dumb dumb.
Episode 24: Failed Fishing at the Family Hunting Cabin
Sep 12, 2022 •
With the Texas outdoor temperatures finally dropping out of Fahrenheit ranges typically only used to melt industrial steel, I decided to get back to nature by spending the weekend with my brother out at our old family hunting cabin situated in the Texas Hill Country near the Pedernales River.
Episode 22: A Largely Inaccurate History of the McDonald's Arches
Apr 21, 2022 • 00:02:05
McDonald’s was founded at some point in the past by restaurateur brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald who had a vision to revolutionize the way people developed type 2 diabetes.
Episode 21: How to Turn an Old Gas Grill into a Fire Pit
Apr 7, 2022 • 00:02:05
We had an old gas grill taking up room behind our shed, so I got creative with it.
Emory Crider and the One Dollar Bounty - Chapter One
Apr 14, 2022 • 00:06:32
This episode is a bit different. It’s the first chapter of a mildly humorous “dime novel” by Scriblets that may end right here or may continue on if it seems […]
Episode 23: Journal Entries No. 1
Apr 28, 2022 •
Random excerpts from my daily journal…
Episode 20: Ricky Tango, Hawson’s Bovinery Hoof Rendering Floor Supervisor
Mar 31, 2022 • 3:36
Hi. My name is Ricky Tango. I work at Hawson’s Bovinery in Teet, TX. Here at Hawson’s Bovinery we do everything that can possibly be done with a cow and all under one roof.
Episode 19: A Few Words on the Economy
Mar 24, 2022 • 3:58
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the American economy lately. Specifically about that part of the American economy that involves my wallet, because that specific part has recently become what we in economic circles refer to as “empty.”
Episode 18: "Gourmet" Sandwiches
Mar 17, 2022 • 3:06
I just had Subway for lunch and I was once again surprised at how much it didn’t suck.