Trans Resister Radio and Uncle (the podcast) took this Friday off in preparation for Uncle's New Year's Revolution. Be sure to listen live this New Year's Eve from 9pm-3am EST. Call in to join the fun at 252-301-2255.
The show will be streaming live on Ochelli.com , YouTube, and IG. You can find the YouTube livestream at UncleThePodcast.com
In preparation for Uncle’s New Year’s Revolution, this week’s show was another test of the Uncle Broadcasting System. Live as always from Ochelli.com, Uncle has recently added video streaming via his YouTube channel. Some additional bells and whistles and technical issues were dealt with by sidekick, Aaron, while Uncle took care of the true task at hand, entertaining. A drawn out dollar store beer review, and talk about eating squirrels were all part of the night’s conversation.
topics include: broadcasting, live streaming, radio, video, Ryan Seacrest, New Year’s Eve, Goldmine Premium Lager, Western New York state, living on a farm, meat, grocery stores, audio, chat room, audience participation, interactivity, Patreon, website, comedy show
This episode is a test of the Uncle Broadcasting System. This is only a test, although we hope that the show is still entertaining as usual. The show was broadcast live via Ochelli dot com, YouTube and Instagram. This is the same setup that will be used on Dec 31st for Uncle’s New Year’s Revolution. We hope you will join us that night and call in with your party report.
topics include: social media, YouTube, Instagram, live streaming, broadcasting, New Year, video, radio, callers, media, revolution
Uncle welcomes Spike Robinson and Pearse Redmond to the broadcast. They are both cohosts of the Undue Influence In Popular Culture podcast series. Here, the conversation runs the gamut from the truth about magazine crews to the utility of a good spaghetti mop. Uncle was very pleased to have learned something during this episode.
topics include: popular culture, Top Gun Maverick, Tom Cruise, motion blur, mag crews, abuse, high control groups, cults, infomercials, mops, spaghetti, NFL
Guest, Jeffrey Matte comes on the show to tell Uncle all about the cold hard truth of life in Canada. A difficult story to hear, but at least Uncle should now have more listeners from our neighboring country to the North.
topics include: mats, clothes, fast food, Costco, snow, weather, subsistence living, survival skills, Canada, French Canadians, french fries, Canada’s top exports, Yukon Territory, send money to help
Dr Dog comes on to speak with Uncle. More specifically, Zach Miller, the keyboardist of rock band Dr Dog. Uncle and Zach speak of their appreciation of the Mojave high desert area within and around Joshua Tree National Park. As is to be expected, Uncle has a few ideas for Dr Dog to help inspire them with their future musical projects.
topics include: Dr Dog, podcasts, Pappy and Harriet’s, Joshua Tree National Park, tour bus, band shirts, the desert, underestimating the climb up rocks, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, punk rock, mainstream radio, Howard Stern, Amish Scooters, Groffdale Machine Co, flea markets, riding from Long Beach to Sunset Beach, Frank the crack
Uncle and Aaron gear up for their upcoming New Years Eve special. Be sure to be there live this December 31st on Ochelli dot com, and streaming via some of Uncle’s social medias as well.
topics include: iTunes reviews, dollar store wine, New Year’s Revolution, live radio, Ryan Seaquest, Dick Clark, podcasting, live streaming
Uncle starts the show off with a typical dollar store beer review, and moves on to a rousing conversation with his favorite caller, SunshineOn. Uncle and Aaron learn that they have a lot to do before they go out on their next camping trip.
topics include: Baja Brewing Co Blonde Ale, dollar store, camping, wildfires in Malibu, the desert, survivalist skills, trapping jackrabbits, California, Ed McMahon, Vince McMahon
Uncle welcomes author and musician Sand Sheff to the broadcast. A fun night complete with music and a call from Mailman Ed ensues.
topics include: Sand Sheff, country music, cell phones, LA Dodgers, National League teams, writing books, making music, eclipses, sun and moon the same size, astronomy, Eclipse Miracle, religion
Winston Conrad returns to the show to field all of Uncle’s interview questions. Serious conversation is engaged, but not a single argument was to be heard, even when talking about whether or not draft beer is better than bottled.
topics include: tuxedos, weddings, computer brains, baseball, sports rivalries, dollar store beer review, vodka and soda, mead, problems with draft beer, enzymes in tubes, underground tunnels, earthquakes, discussion vs argument, enjoyment of broadcasting
Uncle gives a thorough report of the MLB post-season action going on now.
topics include: baseball, Angels, Dodgers, Brewers, Red Sox, Yankees, Marlins, Miami Florida, California, NLCS, switching teams
The phone lines heat up as Uncle takes calls from two of his customers. X Blox and Danny are on the line for a wacky conversation about potentially racist tropical storms. Uncle lets everyone know all about the weather people.
topics include: taking phone calls, electric cars, Hurricane Michael, anglophile storm names, Hurricane Ali, Florida, work vs radio personalities, racism, progressive values, pizza, pizza boxes, artisanal cooking, infused flavors, Poppa Chelli
Uncle tells his customers about his very recent dental work. He also talks about his love of life in the hills.
topics include: dentists, getting teeth pulled, marketing, Sisyphus, electric cars, range anxiety, hills, flat land, Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Ryan Seacrest, NFL, football
Uncle talks a bit about his trip to the Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center before detailing the many rigors of making salad in the kitchen of a popular restaurant.
topics include: live show, Ed, cacti, Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center, horticulture, dollar store wine review, plastic wine glass, Bum Wine Bob, live calls, audio mixers, Predator 2, Tyler in Vallejo, Alien vs Predator, Gary Busey, Predator ethics, salads, working in a restaurant, spicy food, onions, job referrals, soup, pho, social media
Professor Richard B Spence is the guest on this episode of the podcast. Uncle gets a chance to ask him a few questions about secret societies. We learn a bit more about the ages old beef between Freemasons and the Knights of Columbus. Life isn’t a movie, but sometimes it is hard to tell which is more real than the other.
topics include: Richard B Spence, secret societies, Knights of Columbus, Freemasonry, Catholic Church, networking, cell phones, artificial intelligence, secrecy, initiation, Ku Klux Klan, pointed hat, spies, intelligence agents, The Secret, magick, movies, reality
Uncle, Aaron, and Chuck have a fun time on the show trying to get live callers. Uncle and Aaron give some Southern California gardening tips.
topics include: call in number 252-301-2255, working, salad, food, home tooth pain remedies, multitasking, listeners in the UK, dollar store beer review, New Tattoo Double IPA, pale ales, Holy Fire, CA wildfires, inmate firefighters, dryness versus moisture, rain, fruit trees, weeding, drip irrigation, objective truth, philosophy, avocado trees, jackhammer, dynamite, secret societies, Knights of Columbus
Uncle and Aaron coax customers into the idea of calling into the show live on Friday nights. Later, they discuss the most interesting thing in the world.
topics include: live broadcasts, vacations, listener engagement, live calls, the voice, the show, true to life, Aaron talks to his wife off mic, religion, free will, climbing the fence, judgement, religious denominations
Uncle and Aaron prerecord a show to play live. Uncle gives a review of Skyscraper, which turns out to be a lot like Die Hard. Listeners are thanked and encouraged to call in live on Friday nights when it airs on Ochelli.com
topics include: live broadcast, callers, dollar store beer review, Revolution Harbor Amber Ale, Skyscraper movie review, Die Hard, action movies, knobs, microphones, podcast feed, evolution of the show, ideas for the show, ADDTV, 10 Gauge band, Buckethead
Uncle and Aaron have a lively conversation about cartoons, Norse mythology and out of body experiences. This is a true podcasters podcast as a plethora of pop culture is analyzed in the way that only Uncle could do.
topics include: cartoons, cartoon characters, Tazmanian Devil, Disney, Disneyland, intellectual property, comics, Norse mythology, Thor, movies, super heroes, out of body experiences, paranormal, Batman, Superman 3, Richard Pryor, Gene Hackman, Poison Ivy, Mr Freeze, Bat Girl, religion, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghostbusters, Dan Aykroyd, the occult, live show
Uncle and Aaron have a relaxed conversation this week between themselves. Uncle's newly acquired power of creating never-ending salad is not something to scoff at.
topics include: live show, chatroom, bank card troubles, Uncle’s new job, performing on stage, callers, dollar store beer review, Day of the Dead Pay the Ferryman Porter, public speaking, never-ending saiad, Summer heat, feeding the homeless, Santa Ana river bed tent city, Orange County, juggalos, facial recognition technology, live music, Fourth of July
This episode is a true milestone in the history of the broadcast. It is the 100’th installment of Uncle (the podcast), a point which Uncle has long been counting up toward. The occasion is shared with two great callers, SunshineOn and Joshua Brookshire.
topics include: reflecting, knobs, SunshineOn, baking alchemy, plants, audio equipment, religion, Joshua Brookshire, Speak N Eye, Pepe the Frog, Pepe Le Pew, Speedy Gonzalez, The Wizard of Oz
Larry Woods comes on the Uncle show to help him devise a way to save the universe via magnetic power production.
topics include: Larry Woods, uncle voices, fishing, boats, Missouri, New Madrid Fault, magnets, Elon Musk, electric cars, batteries, trains, energy problems, inefficient wind power, jobs, oil, natural disasters, cell phones, standing on real earth, frequency, ancient plasma mining sites, Asteroid Belt, loadstones, natural healing, heavy metals, inventing, magnetic generator, saving the Universe, sun plasmic, CBD oil, cannabis, synthetic cannabinoids, GMOs, NASA, magnetic propulsion, Van Allen Radiation Belt, astronauts, home generator, science projects
From Trans Resister Radio, guest Pearse Redmond is quickly transported to Uncle (the broadcast).
topics include: Pearse Redmond, Top Gun 2, movie reviews, dollar store beer review, Campari and soda, Mexico trip, mini refrigerator, Diesel Punk Pilsner, steam punk, In N Out Burger by LAX, eating, protein style, landing planes, Lufthansa mineral water, Patreon
Uncle welcomes Tim Will Hunting, author of The Custodian Chronicles, to the broadcast.
topics include: Tim Will Hunting, custodial work, trains, Instagram, playing guitar, the Ear, Los Angeles, lack of public transportation, outlaw, Uncle’s hour to talk, beer tests, cannabis, hemp oils, medical marijuana, headache cure, legalization, them, cleaning bathrooms, men’s and women’s bathrooms cleanliness, wearing gloves, drug tests, Twitter, shout outs, Yucca Valley, high desert, Joshua Trees, beach, surfing, trusting weather reports, sixth sense, ESP, dollar store beers, live broadcasting, voting, jury duty, criminal records, Chuck Ochelli, John Meyer, guitar playing
Uncle welcomes Nick, who goes by @ArtisanLoaf on Twitter, and has a serious discussion about Elon Musk. Will Musk finally be able to put those gas people out of business? Why do car batteries keep combusting? Uncle also goes about solving a big problem on the production end of things for Tesla. Listen to find out what it is.
topics include: not Aaron’s show, @ArtisanLoaf, Elon Musk, Tesla, electric cars, putting gas people out of business, Hyperlink, diesel fuel, trains, public transit, parking, chargers, gas prices, United States, American trucks, Uncle’s diesel car, Volkswagen Turbo Diesel emissions scandal, car batteries, range, flamethrower, Panasonic, battery fires, solar power, off the grid, energy independence, tax incentives, YouTube interview, air slowing down robots, vacuum cleaner factory, AGI, solving problems, Twitter