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2439: Tent Pussy

Rod and Karen are joined by Comedian, podcaster, actress Jess Wood to discuss generational conflict, social media, living in Albuquerque, NM, stand up, acting, using a gun on the set of a movie, her lovers back in Cali, White People news and sword ratchetness.

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3 Comments

  1. mizzbarnes

    Jess is fucking hysterical. Her stories of the pirate and other dudes gives me hilarious solace in this dating world.

  2. MelRou

    Great show y’all, Jess was wonderful as always! I wanted to pushback on the notion it’s primarily the younger set that are in this feelings over factual analysis mode of thinking. If you look at older people, particularly older people in power (aka white folks), it is and has always been about *their* feelings. It’s usually dressed up in rhetoric to make it sound like logic but when you actually read through the analysis the argument boils down to feelings. Think about CRT debate, it’s not the kids who’s feelings are at the center of that debate. It’s the parents and the grandparents (Gen X and Boomers) who don’t want to have *their* feelings hurt by being called out at the dinner table by lil Susie cuz grandma slipped and called her best friend that lil colored gal lol. Like I said, they dress up the argument with facile counterfactuals and big talk, but at the heart they just don’t want to feel bad, they’re not really pressed about their kids feeling bad. IMO the feelings first language we’re seeing from the younger set is just what the older generation does without the rhetorical veneer. I could be wrong tho.

  3. Bstar88

    Hey Jośe and Karen! Fashion is something I enjoy and love learning about. Fashion always repeats its self into its own design and aesthetic of decades past and the late 90s/early 2000s is now, the new fashion trend and aesthetic. (Head to toe leather, Square toed shoes , Athletic sunglasses, mesh mosaic tops, Bucket hats, oversized tops, baggy jeans/pants , chunky sneakers , sweater vest , corduroy, mini skirts, Low rise jeans, etc) You mentioned that if bell bottoms were coming back in style and yes, there are. Some of the late 90s/early 2000s fashion was influenced by fashion from the 70s, and since Gen Z brought back the late 90s/early 00s or “The Y2K aesthetic” through tik tok (low key started bubbling on tumblr, the year of The Great Tumblr Purge 2017 ), bell bottoms , bootcut, flared, and, wide legged pants are in again. The skinny Jean area is dead (until the next 3-5 years when the next generation bring back the late 2000s/2010s, since fashion is moving so fast thanks to the internet). This brand call Bluemarine is a perfect example of the Y2K aesthetic and also you can see how the 70s play apart in the trend.

    https://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/fall-2021-ready-to-wear/blumarine

    Thanks you both for this great episode with Jess.

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