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Last Men On Earth

Lex Jurgen & Matt Ralston are the last bastion of true masculinity in a world full of halfwit yes-men cowering before Lena Dunham. Holed up in a storage closet, they broadcast their weekly manifesto to any remaining members of the male species who dare listen.
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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 30, 2016

We had to take a week off as our sound guy suffered a broken forearm in an incident he claims is curtain-related, but Lex Jurgen and Matt Ralston are back to talk about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's first presidential debate and the subsequent fat-shaming controversy, Knott's Scary Farm being too offensive, Matt's utter disdain for E.J. Johnson, Playboy's struggle to stay relevant, Blake Griffin's apology, Emma Watson and equality, and finally a deep dive into bisexuality.

Sep 16, 2016

Some people have a problem with a beautifully curvy woman teaching a class of fourth graders even if she doesn't show a lot of skin. Then there's the questions of Donald Trump's medical history and Hillary Clinton's medical current events, Tim Gunn's concerns about too much titty in high fashion, the passing of trans pioneer Alexis Arquette, some super-entitled millennial at UCLA, and Kaia Gerber's fake "Model of the Year" award. Just another afternoon at Rocco's Tavern with Lex Jurgen and Matt Ralston!

Sep 9, 2016

Former Fox News leggy talking head Gretchen Carlson snatches a $20 million settlement over Roger Ailes' sexual harassment, Megan Rapinoe takes a knee during the national anthem before nobody watches her soccer game, Melissa Click finds a safer space at a new job, and Burning Man attendees attack the "rich camp" out there in the desert. Lex and Matt also discuss how Miss Missouri is the first openly gay Miss America contestant, Zendaya Coleman and black suffering, and how, somehow, Pamela Anderson is anti-porn. 

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