#Millennial Podcast: Pretend Adulting, Real Talk

#Millennial podcast is a weekly roundtable about our Generation Y experience. From news to politics and pop culture, a panel of friends digs in on why these stories matter and how they affect millennials. 

If you’ve ever wondered how to maneuver student loan debt, voting, relationships, careers, or just life in general, we feel that SO. HARD. And we’re here to share our stories, along with our greatest challenges and wins, along the way. Put simply, #Millennial is about journeying through young adulthood together.

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About the Team

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Andrew Sims (Host, Producer) began podcasting when he founded MuggleCast in 2005. Andrew offers Patreon and Podcast consulting, as well as podcast editing out of his home in Las Vegas. Outside of work Andrew obsesses over Potter, Springsteen, dogs, and nature.

Laura Tee (Host, Producer) was bitten by the podcasting bug in 2006 when she first joined MuggleCast. Podcasting stuck with her through living abroad in Costa Rica (pura vida, mae) and graduate school in New York City. Outside of #Millennial, Laura loves linguistics, story-based gaming, and analyzing current affairs. She lives in Atlanta with her boyfriend and adorable dog, Canela.

Pamela Gocobachi (Host, Producer) is a Bay Area native and an entertainment journalist with a deep love for all things pop culture. When she’s not writing or podcasting you can often find her obsessing over new music finds, drinking coffee like it’s her job, or doting over her dog Jasper.

Jule Gamache (Social Media Manager) has been managing social media in one form or another since 2011. In addition to #Millennial, she also runs the social media for MuggleCast and spends her 9-to-5 as a marketing manager in Los Angeles. She’s a huge fan of all things Disney, Harry Potter, superheroes, and theme parks. Be it adventure, fantasy, horror, or crime, you can usually find her obsessed with the most recent content she consumed.

Episode #6×34: America’s Dick, Teeth Grinding Surges, The Oscars’ New Diversity Guidelines

“So, you accidentally leaked your nudes online.” Even Captain America goofs up on the internet sometimes, so don’t feel bad about the last drunk text you sent your ex.

  • Welcome back, Micah!
  • Along with the coronavirus pandemic has come a pandemic of cracked teeth. Learn to recognize the signs of teeth grinding and work with your dentist to get a mouthguard!
  • Our hope is eroded after checking in on a no-mask rally in Utah.
  • Andrew has signed up to be tracked… by Nevada’s contact tracing app.
  • While there may be strides in smarter mask development, AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine trials have been halted for safety reasons.
  • Bob Woodward’s here to show us Trump knew how bad COVID-19 was all along, and he’s got the receipts too.
  • Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was mocked by FOX Sports’ Skip Bayless for coming forward about his mental health struggles. We speak about how toxic masculinity informs how we respond to athletes who are transparent about their mental health.
  • The Academy is rolling out new inclusion standards for films to meet in order to qualify for Oscar’s submission. We take a look and discuss whether these criteria are meaningful or just for show.
  • FMK(ancel) returns with a slight re-brand, and apparently everyone wants to do the dirty with Dr. Fauci.
  • This week’s recommendations are here to help you have a good time: Coca-Cola’s Aha Seltzers (Andrew), Pontoon brewing’s Tropical Cluster Slush Sooper Froot (Laura), ‘Six: The Musical’ (studio cast recording) (Pam), and Warlock –  Imperial Pumpkin Stout (Micah). 
  • This week’s show is sponsored by Stamps.com (https://www.stamps.com and enter promo code MILL for a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale) and Rothy’s (https://www.rothys.com/mill for your new favorite flats). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • AMA Part 2!
  • What things do we justify spending too much money on?
  • What advice do we have for new homebuyers?
  • Which unsolved murder case would we most like to solve?
  • What life decisions have we surprised ourselves with?

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Episode #6×33: Complicated Coffee, Early COVID Reactions Revisited, OnlyFans Drama

This week, Pam brings her shades to the show, and Andrew brings his too in solidarity. We’ll also be holding our Black Panther watch party in celebration of Chadwick Boseman’s life this weekend, open to all. Stay tuned for details!

  • Are people’s special drink orders at Starbucks and Dunkin’ annoyingly complicated? Barista Pam sounds off.
  • This week’s Confessional writers want to know: should I stay with a partner who’s giving an unreasonable ultimatum? Should I have shared a fat bowl with my cousins?
  • Since it’s been 6 months since the pandemic started, we look back at earlier episodes from happier times and cringe at our earliest reactions to COVID-19.
  • Laura filled out the interest form for the COVID vaccine trial. If you think you may be interested in participating, the form can be found herePlease consult your doctor prior to agreeing to take part in any kind of medical or vaccine trial. 
  • As the CDC advises states to prepare for a possible vaccine prior to the election, skepticism abounds as to whether that is a reasonable timeframe.
  • RPatz got the ‘rona – will Hollywood decide it’s too soon to reopen?
  • Do we believe Trump made disparaging remarks about fallen soldiers? Look no further than his public comments on John McCain.
  • “Hello, 911 – I’d like to report a metaphor in progress!” Donald Trump and the Sinking Boat Parade.
  • What is OnlyFans, who is Bella Thorne, and why is she taking heat from the Sex Work community?
  • Here is a great explainer from Lylac Doll, an OnlyFans creator who has been impacted by the situation.
  • This week’s recommendations are perfect for settling into Fall: Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Andrew), Netflix’s ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ (Laura), and NutPods pumpkin spice creamer (Pam). 
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Rothy’s (https://www.rothys.com/mill), Talkspace (https://www.talkspace.com and enter promo code MILL for $100 off your first month), and FrameBridge (https://www.framebridge.com and enter promo code MILLENNIAL for 15% off your first order). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • It’s an AMA! Patrons submit their most burning questions for us to answer.
  • What are our unpopular opinions?
  • What are our most hilarious and awkward childhood blunders?
  • For some reason we end up talking about embarrassing poop stories. *shrug*

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Episode #6×32: Chadwick Boseman, Fan Petitioning, Juggling Parenting and Work At Home Life

At the top of the show, we spend some time on Chadwick Boseman’s legacy and the crushing blow that is the loss of a brilliant mind, creator, and humanitarian too soon. We’ll be inviting listeners to join us next weekend for a Black Panther watch party in celebration of Chadwick’s life – keep an eye on our social channels (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) for more info.

  • Have you ever purchased something that seemed too good to be true via an Instagram ad? Be on the look out for Instascams!
  • The Trump admin is still botching their response to COVID-19, but if you want to keep an eye on vaccine progress, you can do so here.
  • The NBA has taken a stand in the wake of the shooting of Jacob Blake, and refused to play until basketball rings agreed to serve as polling places in the upcoming election.
  • “sTop WItH tHe PoLItiCs aNd EntErTaIN mE” said Trump sycophants everywhere.
  • A 17-year-old murderer was able to walk freely around Kenosha with his AR-15, so remember that next time you’re saying white privilege doesn’t exist, Aunt Karen.
  • After years of fan campaigning, DC fans will finally see the Snyder cut of the Justice League movie, originally directed by Joss Whedon after Zach Snyder had to unexpectedly leave the project.
  • When fan petitions go well (One Day At A Time, Brooklyn 99, Lucifer) and when they go bad (Game of Thrones, Star Wars).
  • We’re joined by BAE guest Becky who, like many Americans, is working and schooling her children from home. We’ve gotta be honest, Becky is a super hero – listen to her inspirational story and tips for staying sane during the pandemic.
  • We’ve got a variety of recommendations this week: Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1&2 for Playstation (Andrew), volunteering to phone bank, text, or write postcards for your favorite candidate or non-profit (Laura), ‘Get On Up’ (Pam), and two podcasts: Unlocking Us and The Happiness Lab (Becky).
  • This week’s show is sponsored by ThirdLove (https://www.thirdlove.com/MILLENNIAL for 15% off your first purchase). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Andrew and Laura’s continued home woes. Is there such a thing as a useful HOA? (No.)
  • No one – not your realtor, HOA, or inspector is a better advocate for you than YOU.
  • Laura’s been out of her home for 4 months now, and keeps getting obstacles thrown her way.

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Episode #6×31 (With Too Much Alcohol): DNC Review and RNC Preview, The #FreeBritney Movement

Buckle up everyone – we play Taboo Word of the Week again, and this time we slip up… a lot. 💀

  • Pew Research has the latest data on dealbreakers and deal closers in potential relationships. Surprise surprise, if you voted for Trrrruuuu – Agent Orange, your pool will be more limited.
  • We take a moment to acknowledge yet another example of police brutality: Jacob Blake is in intensive care following a police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
  • Orange Julius isn’t having the start to his convention week that he’d probably hoped for: Steve Bannon was arrested for defrauding scared white people, Kellyanne Conway announced her departure from the White House, 89 former defense officials penned an op-ed speaking out against Tr*mp, and the New York Attorney General and Manhattan District Attorney are expanding their investigations of the Tr*mp Foundation and Organization.
  • As we wait for the RNC shitshow to unfold, we look back at the highlights of last week’s DNC: strong showings from Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, complete sentences, inclusivity, THE OBAMAS.
  • QAnon is the (more) unhinged, scarier version of the Tea Party. How have this fringe group managed to hijack #savethechildren and get candidates on the ballot?
  • Will we ever blow out candles on a birthday cake again? NYT presents a list of “fun” things that won’t be the same after the ‘rona.
  • We don’t endorse going on vacation during a pandemic, but if you do, there are three states to avoid in particular, which are experiencing the highest infection rates per capita: Texas, Georgia, and Florida.
  • Some TikTokers got their power and water shut off at their Hollywood Hills mansion for continuing to party during the pandemic. Ain’t nothin’ gonna break-a my stride
    Nobody gonna slow me down, oh no
  • The #FreeBritney movement is deeper than you think: Britney Spears has had very limited control over her life since her very public 2008 breakdown, and some fans believe she’s been sending secret cries for help.
  • This week’s recommendations are all pretty responsible, unlike this episode’s drinking game: Britney Spears’ Glory (Andrew), What did Hubble see on your birthday? (Laura), and keep wearing your sunscreen (Pam).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Rothy’s (https://www.rothys.com/mill), (https://www.magicspoon.com/MILL to get a variety pack and enter promo code MILL at checkout to get FREE shipping), and Stamps.com (https://www.stamps.com and enter promo code MILL for a 4-week trial PLUS free postage AND a digital scale). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • While this isn’t a good time for anyone’s overall savings, we’ve found there are select goods and services we’re spending less money on. What are they?
  • Patrons sound off too, and Laura tries to make it into a guessing game, but it falls apart because she lost (or won, depending on how you look at it) Taboo Word of the Week.
  • Pam and Laura start espousing their love for Brad Mondo and comparing at-home beauty rituals, and Andrew is already dreading editing this episode.
  • What relationship-impacting disagreements have we had with friends and family who aren’t taking the pandemic seriously?

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Episode #6×30: Prank Calling Birthday Boy, Protesting the Postmaster, Controversial ‘Black-ish’ Finally Released

  • Kamala Harris was announced as Joe Biden’s running mate last week. Listen to our thoughts on the selection in our most recent edition of Breaking News!
  • It’s a very special podcast host’s birthday, which warrants a very special prank call. Happy birthday, Micah!
  • Thanks to everyone who pointed out that Andrew did indeed say last week’s taboo word (2020). Andrew takes 1.5 shots as his penance.
  • Queensland Australia is seeing a significant reduction in flu transmission as a result of Queenslanders following coronavirus-inspired hygiene practices.
  • While the Trumpster is at it again with the birther movement, Mike Pence vows to save America’s meat. 
  • Does Trump have a reason to be nervous about this election? We do an overview of which states are toss-ups, and which party has the most to lose in the Senate.
  • Being nervous about his election odds would certainly explain why our toddler-in-chief is trying to kill the U.S. Postal Service. (Note: This episode was recorded prior to statements on Tuesday by the Postmaster General)
  • We’ve got some tips to help make sure your vote is counted this fall!
  • As the ‘Rona climbs to the #3 cause of death in the United States, more schools are closing due to outbreaks mere days after opening.
  • ABC is finally releasing a 2018 episode of Black-ish that was pulled for being “too political.”
  • Does purchasing a novel from a known problematic author make a confessional writer a bad person? We’ll discuss enjoying problematic things in this week’s After Dark.
  • We’ve got some great recommendations for a cozy night in this week! Fall Guys on PS4 and Steam (Andrew), ReignBot on Youtube, and Juan Gil Silver Label red wine (Pam).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by bioClarity (https://www.bioclarity.com and use code MIL for 15% off everything on their website), Raycon (https://www.buyraycon.com/mill for 15% off Raycon wireless earbuds), and Magic Spoon (https://www.magicspoon.com/MILL to get a variety pack of cereal and use promo code MILL at checkout for FREE shipping). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • We make a Surprise Bitch! call to listener Madeleine, who fills us in on living in Austin and her hustles to get her through quarantine.
  • We revisit some of our old faves with a 2020 lens, and how we reconcile our enjoyment of them despite problematic elements.
  • Our parents are also revisiting their favorite TV shows while we’re at home, and cringing at some aspects of the stories that haven’t aged well.
  • There can be a fine line between taking a critical lens to entertainment and seeking to be critical in the name of call-out culture.

Episode #6×29: Ellen and Other Mean Celebrities, Sweatpants Skyrocket, Mulan’s Surprisingly High Price Tag

  • We made a #Millennial Summer Rewind Mix of our favorite summer tunes. Check it out here!
  • As Ellen DeGeneres and her show’s producers face fire for multiple accusations of physical and emotional abuse, we weigh in on current trends of toxic workplaces being held accountable.
  • What would you do if your significant other refused to pay their student loans, resulting in a complicated financial situation?
  • New York’s Attorney General Letitia James has filed a lawsuit against the National Rifle Association in the hopes of dissolving the national organization. What legal precedent might exist for this?
  • Orange Julius signed four executive orders to help Americans suffering financially due to the continued pandemic. We dig into the executive orders and the many strings attached to benefitting from them.
  • Recommended reading: A President Ignored: Trump’s outlandish claims increasingly met with a collective shrug.
  • As clothing sales continue to fall, it might be time to purchase stock in sweatpants, which have seen an 80% increase in sales. 
  • Georgia’s schools are serving as an example of why it was a terrible idea to open schools this fall. Laura explains.
  • Will we be paying $30 to see Mulan on Disney+ in addition to our regular subscription fees?
  • Awww, looks like AMC and Universal finally made up!
  • This week’s recommendations will keep you busy: PODs and supporting the USPS (Andrew), going to a drive-in theatre (Laura), and Umbrella Academy season 2 (Pam).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by ThirdLove (https://www.thirdlove.com/MILLENNIAL for 15% off your first order), Anastasia Beverly Hills (https://www.anastasiabeverlyhills.com and enter promo code MILL for 15% off your first purchase), and Talkspace (https://www.talkspace.com and enter promo code MILL for $100 off your first month). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • We take a trip down memory lane and talk about Midnight Sun. The nostalgia here is real, y’all!
  • Who’s creepier? Twilight Edward or Midnight Sun Edward?
  • We all agree: Stephenie Meyer knows how to talk to her fans, unlike SOMEONE we know *cough*JK Rowling*cough*
  • What other book series would we like to see companion novel adaptions for?
  • How do we feel reading this story from the vantage point as 30-somethings?

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Episode #6×28: Why TikTok Will Stay Open, Jobs We Took Out of Desperation, 2020 Song of the Summer

Andrew is safe and sound in Vegas (despite a near-death experience in St. Louis), and we’re back baby!

  • What fate met TikTok while we were off (Can Trump really shut down TikTok?), and why are people speculating about Taylor Swift’s sexuality after listening to folklore?
  • Laura and Pam are alarmed by Andrew’s thoughts (as usual).
  • A confessional from someone who tried sex work prompts us to talk about jobs we’ve had or considered in the past, and Andrew identifies a pattern for Laura.
  • The main theme of Trumpster Fire is negative growth… at a rate of 32.9%. What does this mean, and how is Trump trying to distract us?
  • With CARES Act unemployment assistance and eviction moratoriums ending, we pivot to what this means for renters who are still suffering economically, as well as the difficulty faced by small property management operations.
  • People are Google-ing about how to date and meet people during COVID – are we able to help them?
  • How do we think people fake emergencies to get out of bad dates right now?
  • Does 2020 have a Song of the Summer?
  • This week’s recommendations are pretty predictable based on our personalities: Bringing walkie talkies with you on a multi-car road trip (Andrew), this r/nosleep strory (Laura), and the Hario Cold Brew Bottle (Pam).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Rothy’s (https://www.rothys.com/MILL) and Anastasia Beverly Hills (https://www.anastasiabeverlyhills.com and enter promo code MILL for 15% off your first order). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s episode of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • It’s the MuggleSuck AMA y’all! We took Patrons’ most burning questions about growing up in the Harry Potter fandom.
  • We chat about staying in touch with former hosts, Wizard Rock, and who Andrew is afraid of showing up at his house.
  • The former podcast hosts: Where are they now?
  • Pam spills some tea about her worst celebrity interview. Stay tuned for a photo of the encounter on Patreon!

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Episode #6×27: Chicago Quiz, Dream Cities We’d Live In, Preparing Pets For The Future

This week’s episode runs the gamut on topics, so let’s dive right in, shall we?

  • Pam celebrated a socially distant birthday, and Andrew bids adieu to Chicago.
  • We pay tribute to two civil rights icons we were gutted to lose on the same day: John Lewis and C.T. Vivian.
  • As Andrew leaves Chicago, Laura and Pam quiz his Windy City knowledge.
  • Are our pets getting too attached to having us around? What can we do to ease them back into the “old normal” when we go back to work?
  • ‘Rona roundup gets more ridiculous every week: White House demands case counts be reported to HHS instead of CDC, and Gov. Brian Kemp of Ga. sues Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance-Bottoms over her mask mandate. We’re trying to be optimistic about a vaccine though!
  • Trumpster Fire should have been the name of Trump’s Sunday interview with Chris Wallace.
  • Protesters are being swept off the streets by federal agents in unmarked vans in Portland because Trump really wants to play the tyrannical overlord.
  • In light of Andrew’s move, we talk about times in our lives where we’ve moved somewhere, only to have it not work out. How did we process the shame and feelings of failure?
  • This week’s recommendations are a grab bag: Mr. Clean Magic Erasers (Andrew), the ‘March’ graphic novel trilogy by John Lewis (Laura), and Trader Joe’s cold brew coffee concentrate (Pam).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Anastasia Beverly Hills (AnastasiaBeverlyHills.com and enter promo code MILL for 15% off your first purchase), Issuu (Issuu.info/MILL to sign up for your FREE account), and ThirdLove (Thirdlove.com/MILLENNIAL to get 15% off your first purchase). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • This week, Pam is bringing the tea. And we’re here for it!
  • How to have a conversation with someone who doesn’t view the ‘rona risk the same way as you do.
  • We take this really hard Twilight superfan test in celebration of the upcoming Midnight Sun release.
  • We really need to re-read Twilight.

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Episode #6×26: Will The Stimulus Be Extended?, TikTok Privacy Concerns, Rating Local Karens

Corona, and Karens, and TikTok, oh my! It’s a mixed bag on this week’s episode, but the same old real talk.

  • Between Pam losing power, RBG being in the hospital (again), and another tragedy for the cast of Glee, this week is definitely living up to the 2020 standard.
  • While the $600 weekly unemployment stimulus is ending soon, the Trump administration wants to replace it with things that help rich people, like capital gains tax holidays.
  • We’re “screaming inside our hearts” about Florida’s earth-shattering record for new daily cases of the ‘rona.
  • SCOTUS continues to stick it to President Fucknugget, and Betsy DeVos wants to send our nation’s children back to school this fall. Would we send our own children? Who is hardest impacted by this push?
  • With the U.S. potentially banning our favorite timesuck, TikTok, we dive into accusations against the popular app that it is putting our private information in the hands of the Chinese government.
  • Are we more concerned about TikTok than we are about Facebook? Should we be?
  • In listener feedback, we receive a Confessional reminding us that one listener predicted Andrew would hate Chicago and the best possible outcome of being laid off.
  • NEW GAME: Karen 1-5. We perform dramatic readings of posts by “Karens” in our communities.
  • In this week’s recommendations: Ready Player One (Andrew), requesting your absentee ballot for your local run-offs (Laura), and ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ (Pam).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Talkspace (https://www.talkspace.com and use promo code MILL for $100 off your first month), Raycon (https://www.buyraycon.com/mill to get 15% off Raycon wireless earbuds), and Anastasia Beverly Hills (https://www.anastasiabeverlyhills.com and enter promo code MILL to get 15% off your first order). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • Surprise Bitch! victim Dylan learns a dark secret about high school courtesy of Andrew.
  • We dive down the rabbit hole of curses and conspiracy theories. Do we believe in this stuff?
  • Patrons chime in through Discord to share their families’ beliefs, and we cover a number of prominent curse/conspiracy theories, such as the Kennedys, Glee, and the 27 club.

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Episode #6×25: Andrew Moving, Universities Plot Re-Opening, TV Shows Pull Controversial Episodes

 

The holiday weekend brought excitement to our lives with Hamilton on Disney+, but Andrew’s got an even bigger life event hitting the airwaves this week!

  • Apparently quarantine makes every day feel like the 4th of July to some – why all the fireworks??
  • Walmart is (for once) doing a public service and converting 160 of its parking lots into drive-in movie theaters.
  • Universities have begun announcing their plans for returning to campus this fall, and we’re already predicting hot spots on campus.
  • This week in Trump associates who have tested positive: Herman Cain, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and multiple officials, oh my!
  • Two thumbs way down to airlines already planning to fill planes completely.
  • Young people in Alabama are throwing COVID parties, and offering payouts to infected individuals.
  • Florida continues making new records with its daily cases count.
  • SCOTUS has ruled that states can punish Electoral College voters who don’t vote in line with their state’s popular vote in federal elections.
  • We got an insider scoop into the White House’s requests for Trump’s July 3rd Nazi Party rally/Frat kegger event.
  • Why Mt. Rushmore’s ugly history inspires so much backlash from protesters.
  • Some of your favorite TV shows are pulling controversial episodes containing blackface, and we have a conversation about intent vs impact.
  • Listener feedback asks… how would we want a teacher to handle a fellow student being racist, and how to handle an unexpected pregnancy?
  • This week’s recommendations are good for your brain and your mental health: Ron Chernow’s Hamilton biography (Laura), ‘The Babysitter’s Club’ on Netflix (Pam), and taking a deep sigh a few times a day (Andrew).
  • This week’s episode is sponsored by listeners like you. Thank you to our latest Patrons Tanja, Art, VP, Joe, Lauren, Sam, and Emilee!

And in this week’s installment of After Dark, available on Patreon:

  • Some required reading to prime yourself for this discussion.
  • JK Rowling is proving so desperate for allies, she has mischaracterized her long-time approach towards our old boss. How do we know? We were there when she was pissed at him.
  • Speaking of, we have plenty of stories about how terrible it was to work for him. From withholding pay to taking credit for projects completed by unpaid staff, we’ve. got. the. tea.
  • What was it like on the Potter convention circuit? (Mostly) wholesome fun, but we were party animals.

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