#75: Ian Walker (feat. Taylor and Malm)

It’s always nice having friends over.

Hailing from Denver, Ian Walker is an avid filmmaker, the king of the Scumpire, and an overall really nice weirdo. Our conversation goes many places, not stopping shy of guns, gimps, and other family-friendly topics. Danny Malm and Taylor Kobryn add to the catastrophe that is this episode.

While none of our episodes to date have been appropriate to do so, this episode—in particular—shouldn’t be played out loud at work or around children. Unless, of course, you work from home and your kid is cool.

You can directly download the episode here, or on iTunesStitcher, or Google Play. (Subscribe, if you feel like it.)

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— BRIAN KRANS

 

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