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So Let's Get To The Point

@TheKennEdwards talks to whoever he needs to to get out whatever he needs to say, and finds out way more from them than he ever knew. What started as an uncertain experiment has grown to a plunge through the self-masturbatory nature of a man who fell in love with his own show. Follow Kenn Edwards through life as he struggles as an amateur artist, trying to find his way. Forget structure - the only regular thing you can expect is a general aura of positivity. Other than that - subject matter, release frequency, episode length - anything goes, all dependent on what each episode calls for. The trek is a familiar one, but I've made the story my own. Come follow along.
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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 12, 2016

Kenn finally invites Wesley Mead to SLGTTP from across the pond to discuss all things that have evolved since our revolutionary struggle from enemies to allies, and these two knuckleheads are your nations' only representatives present for today's discussion. So, good luck! Topics include Brexit, the 2016 Presidential race, the general assumptions and possibly prejudices we place on one another based solely on the identity of our homelands, and quite a bit about our respective exposure to comedy. Tip top cheerio, old chaps! And all that other somehow-not-racist-because-we-are-all-still-mostly-white British slang I'm supposed to say! Cunts!

Sep 6, 2016

In what is intended to be the first of many podcasts featuring fun conversations with Richmond-based comedians, Patrick Miller joins Kenn to bond over one of their central passions: GREEN DAY. Not long into the episode, Patrick ambushes Kenn live on mic with a pitch for a future project. Will Kenn take the bait? Listen to find out! Also, Kenn prods Patrick to discuss the difficulties of labels and sexual identity that still exist within what we think of as a progressive world in an effort to further understand modern sexuality and what the public tends to think of and define as bisexual. It's a great candid talk, that may lead to something great! Enjoy!

Follow @TheKennEdwards. The music in this episode is by none other than Green Day. Songs listed in order of appearance, with album title.

"Panic Song" - Insomniac, 1995

"Stay the Night" - Uno!, 2012

"Deadbeat Holiday" - Warning, 2000

"Wow! That's Loud!" - Dos!, 2012

"Dirty Rotten Bastards" - Tre!, 2012

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