Waste of Kokomo Podcast: Racism, Karen, and Classic TV

By Brian Blunt, Sean Delrymple, Leonard Pigg, and Jimmy Shaw

This podcast may include some mature content and language. All opinions expressed belong solely to their speaker and not to any other speakers, writers, contributors, affiliates, or advertisers of Amosmag.com, amosmagdotshop, Amoscast, or Amos Media.

Recorded at the Kokomo chapter of Phi Delta Kappa Beta Nu at 2401 Saratoga Avenue, Kokomo, Indiana, 46902. (An awesome space available for rent!)

The boys take on the coronavirus in Kokomo (is that Koronavirus?), racism, Karens, classic TV, and other chatter.

You can find all the streaming platforms for this podcast or leave a message, question, or comment here.

Download or listen to the episode:

Show Notes and Links:

Amos: EtsyInstagramTwitterYouTube. You can always email us at amosmagdotcom@gmail.com. 

Blind Tiger Comedy Open Mic:

Breakfast Anytime Improv (Facebook and Twitter)

A Different World, “The Cat’s in the Cradle.” 1992 episode with Dean Cain. You can also find this episode on YouTube.

Heat Challenge entries are still being accepted:

Kokomo Men of Note

Kokomo Rescue Mission

Not Necessarily Kokomo News

Peter Spellos

PopCon Indy (Facebook and Twitter)

That’s the Way it Goes by Brian Blunt:

Song available wherever you get your music.

United Way of Howard and Tipton Counties (Indiana)

Waste of Kokomo Podcast

White’s Meat Market, Kokomo and Tipton

Who’s Yer Coustic

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