June 15, 2021
This week, Brittany and Windsor discuss the past, present, and future of Juneteenth, an integral day in American history. Brittany gives the history of Juneteenth and discusses the traditions while Windsor discusses ways in which allies can obtain and use information to increase their understanding of Black Independence Day.
Sources: on website @
June 8, 2021
In episode 48 of Thanks, I Hate It, Brittany and Windsor discuss the best decade of the 1900s - the 90s. Be warned, there's lots of singing, reminiscing, and wheeze laughing. It's a good time - a long time, but a good time.
This episode is brought to you by wind breakers, side ponies, butterfly clips, and colorful Reeboks with the stars.
May 25, 2021
In episode 46 Brittany and Windsor get personally attacked over and over and over again as we discuss ADHD including an overview and personal experiences in our own journeys that really got thrown in our face when we downloaded tiktok and found out that our quirks when we were kids really weren't quirks at all.
Sit back, sip on your drinks- whether that be coffee or a rum and coke and listen as we try to give such a complicated topic some justice.
May 18, 2021
In episode 45 Brittany and Windsor discuss Alaska. Alaska has the most missing people, especially those who vanish without a trace than any other state in America. We talk about three of those children: Scott and Amy Fendel and DeShawn McCormick. In our supernatural segment, Windsor discusses aliens (of course) and the Alaskan Bermuda Triangle.
May 4, 2021
Free masons, chemtrails, and Covid - OH MY! In episode 43 of Thanks, I Hate It Brittany and Windsor do a shallow dive into what are conspiracy theories and why some people are more likely than others to believe them. They then take a page out of the debate club and try to convince each other of a conspiracy theory and they took a turn on their own.
*Disclaimer: we do not believe these and do not think that there is any legitimacy to certain claims. Also, some out of date terminology is used "in character" in the story.
Pod promo: Crime and Compulsion
April 27, 2021
In the first episode after our Hiatus, Brittany and Windsor discuss the life and crimes of The Alabama Reverend Willie Maxwell and the Rockford Haunting; an alleged haunting of a Maxwell family farm that could have been prevented had the new tenants left their newly rented property as they found it.
Show notes on website.
April 20, 2021
Since this is the last week of our hiatus (wish we could call it a vacation) this is one of Windsor's favorites! In this halloween themed episode, we discussed Vampirism and the "Vampire King of Fresno".
Next week we are back with our monthly true crime/paranormal episode!
April 13, 2021
Brittany and Windsor are taking a short hiatus.
While we're away, we're going to be re-releasing some of our favorite episodes from 2020.
This week's re-release is our episode on Urban Legends. Brittany and Windsor give a history of urban legends and then share some of their favorite urban legends.
Sources on our website.
April 5, 2021
In this week's episode, Brittany and Windsor are joined by fellow teen mom, Dena Schools, of "So This is Me Trying" podcast. We discuss a differing (yet quite similar) experiences as teen parents. There are some ups, quite a few downs, and a meaty center.
*This episode is purely informational and is, in no way, meant to glorify teenage parenting....we're not MTV.*
Promo from: Campfire Classics Podcast.