Episode 277: The Stranger Danger Was Dangerously Strange
Show Notes Episode 277: The Stranger Danger Is Dangerously Strange
This week Host Dave Bledsoe is offered free whiskey and foolishly climbs into a white panel van. (They soon kicked him out when he became drunk and abusive.) On the show this week we Save the Children from all the people who want to save the children.
Along the way we talk about Stranger Danger in the 80's, including what happened to the milk carton kids. (Not the kids themselves, but why they aren’t on milk cartons anymore.) We visit Dave during his good years, helping the good people of the time keep track of their kids. (Don’t worry, he was supervised) and then we shamelessly begged for a plug from our sister shows on the network by gratuitously name dropping them for no reason whatsoever. (Call us Danny and Mike!) Finally we get down to the meat of the show namely what the hell is up with all these people protesting about child trafficking and why they should honestly be protesting something else entirely. (Don’t worry, they are white liberals, they soon will be!) Finally we explain why Noah and Madison are NOT gonna be snatched off the street by sex traffickers. (Little white kids are SO 1992!)
Our Sponsor this week is Lojack for Kids, keeping kids from being kidnapped through technology for 20 years! We open the show with George Carlin who has some bad news about the kids and close with James Marcal who would like you to leave them kids alone.
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