PBR UPDATE: A NOTE OF EXPLANATION
Hello fine world of PBR listeners!
This is just a little note to note that we have noted our noticeable failure to update our Tumblr content. Trust us, we’ve noted your notable comments and noteworthy cries for our new material - yes, it has been duly noted! Please note that we will be making a noted effort to get our new shows up soon, so keep your eyes open and take notes!
In case we haven’t been totally clear, this message also denotes our best effort to offer an apology note to you. Thanks for your noted patience and notable support - it does not go unnoticed!
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Your Pro Bono Radio team
DE-FENSE! (clap clap) DE-FENSE! (clap clap)
You might be asking yourself “why would Twinkies even need a defense? It is well known that they are more or less invulnerable. Well, then, you are misunderstanding the nature of this episode. Today’s podcast is about using Twinkies, and various other strange objects and vague concepts as your personal defense:
Waxing About the Olden Days While Your Grandkids Play on the Twitter Machine or Whatever They Do with Pro Bono Radio
50 years from now, Pro Bono Radio discusses the olden days (reflecting in particular on this week’s episode) with her grandchildren, Pro Bono Radio Jr., Probina Radio, Probinette Chaudhary-Radio, and Harry Styles Chaudhary-Radio and Capital One Presents Megan Chaudhary-Radio
PBR: You know, Pro Bono Radio Jr., I can remember when you would post a message on Facebook, and only your friends could read it. And they had to belong to your University, too. They had these thing called “privacy settings, and we used ‘em, damnit.
Pro Bono Jr: Okay nana.
Harry Styles Chaudhary-Radio: «rolling eyes» Did it cost a nickel to ride the teleporter?
PBR: Watch it smartmouth. I was doing radio shows on the Tumblr when the original Harry Styles was still in diapers.
Food Should Taste Bland, Cost More, Say Law Students
Wow, you guys, look at all the pretty colours! Do you know what is in those delightful boxes? Satisfying sugar, mouthwatering fat, and tangy, zesty salt!
Pro Bono Radio is proposing to eliminate all that stuff from your diet, despite the fact that sugar gives you energy to play sports, fat insulates your nerve tissue so you can do math homework, and salt is important to rehydrate your body after taking unusual tablets and dancing to electro music!
SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS
When I vaccinate my son all eyes on me!
I vaccinate my daughter at her pre-school for free
If you morally object get the &$%# out my school.
If you morally object the government should just force you to.
We like MMR!
We like HPV!
SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS!
Wait, what was that part about the government forcing you to give your kids shots? They can’t do that can they? It’s my right as a parent to object on moral grounds. Vaccinations give kids ADHD or something, right?
Maybe they should. Vaccinations may cause your child to have a developmental disorder (ed: although I doubt it), but not vaccinating your kids will for sure give everyone polio and smallpox. Right?
Pro Bono radio here, folks. It’s easy to get emotional about vaccination. In this week’s super episode, we discover some interesting facts: Conscientious objections to immunization is a bipartisan issue.
One of your hosts will not be sending their kids to the same pre-school as the rest of them. Which one? You’ll have to listen to find out!