During the Trump Presidential Campaign, after some statements were made concerning about the then-candidate Donald Trump, Ethan and Alex ask: What is the white agenda?
Hot and fresh from the Nightside Vault.
A while ago, the Governor was taking meetings with lobbyist, and Ethan and Alex wanted to meet him. They have law pitches that you never knew you always wanted. From the Nightside Archives, Ethan and Alex, a special kind of lobbyist, are interested in some law pitches.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry join Utah's Morning News and Brian Martin and Amanda Dickson to challenge one another at another round of News Masters of the Universe to answer questions concerning President Trump, The FBI, Nano Cars, Tim Horton's Coffee Shops, World Cup Soccer players diving and much much more, can you beat these two chuckle heads?
From the Nightside Vault, Alex Kirry and special guest Dave Noriega talk about the U.S. rent based economy and ask what people are charging for rent.
A study found that Facebook can leave people more depressed. Ethan and Alex already knew, and they way in on it in this episode from the Nightside Vault.
In this episode from the Nightside Vault, Ethan and Alex tackle this burning question: Is Utah boring? Would you agree with what they say?
There are some issues that tend to never go away. Ethan and Alex talk about being distracted by your phone. Phone distraction gripes and poignant social commentary included.
With some Trump news that you may have forgotten, Ethan and Alex discuss the Trump hotel and the case of some credit card information. Ethan gives a prediction and insight into the nature of Trump, do you think it is still valid?
A throwback episode fresh from the Nightside Vault, Alex and Ethan talk about fireworks and the people who use them.
On our first episode from the Nightside Vault, Alex and Ethan talk about the top 10 things they would miss if they moved away from Utah and they take user comments as well!
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry discuss the use of animals to predict sporting event outcomes including the most recent atrocity...
Despite correctly predicting the results of Japan’s first three World Cup group matches in Russia, Rabio the “psychic” octopus was unlikely to have foreseen an event of far greater consequence: its own death.
One Twitter user speculated that Rabio’s “murder” had condemned Japan to their heartbreaking last-gasp defeat against Belgium on Monday, denying them a place in the quarter-finals.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry fight about video games again...Far-right groups are using online games such as Fortnite to radicalize kids and recruit them into their organizations, according to one reformed neo-Nazi.
Speaking about his time as a “white supremacist leader,” skinhead-turned-peace activist Christian Picciolini explained how his group “sought marginalized youth and promised them ‘paradise.’” Plus, Ethan finds out during the show that the 12 Thai Youth Soccer players have been found alive in the caves where they went missing with their coach.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry talk about Mason woman and mother of two who is now apologizing after she was found guilty of stealing packages off several porches.
Melissa Bergman, 30, was caught on camera taking packages off a porches around her neighborhood in an act she she described as being just for fun. She would rarely keep the items and mostly liked to steal the packages for the thrill and would often times have her children in the car with her while she made her rounds.
Police say orange-colored ecstasy pills bearing an image resembling President Donald Trump's face are making the rounds in northern Indiana.
Indiana State Police said in a statement that a face is stamped on the front of the illegal pills and the rear bears the words, "great again". Plus, a Lounge in Minnesota where patrons can gather to drink and throw sharp axes finally got its own liquor license. Thank heavens! The popularity of these lounges across the country is baffling but apparently a ton of fun for buzzed axe throwers.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry talk about the crazy ways people try to haul loads on the roads after a mountain of student desks and assorted school furniture caught the attention of police this week as it made its way down a freeway.
The Massachusetts State Police said the tangle of chairs, desks and a filing cabinet was found on the back of a pickup truck on I-91 in Springfield.
The driver was ticketed for, well, the obvious. The unsecured and uncovered load posed a real danger to other people
Diego Maradona, Argentina's permanently drunk or high soccer mascot finally broke his silence as to his erratic and inappropriate behavior in the stands during the Fifa World Cup, he wasn't drunk or high, according to him. Plus, justice served on a pervert in Wisconsin. The 32-year-old had installed the device to take illicit photographs of women under their skirts.
Local police say he handed himself in but was not charged because he had not taken any images or video before the camera battery exploded and hurt him.
Maradona had been present for all three of Argentina's group games and was once again an animated figure at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow but had to be attended to by paramedics, plus a #zenheadlines story of the Japanese Yakuza who have fallen on tough times and have resorted to stealing watermelons to make quick cash.
A 2015 report said the shores of Baikal are covered with rotting algae dangerous to its unique ecosystem.
Lake Baikal is increasingly contaminated by Spirogyra, which could pose a threat to the purity of its waters.
Spirogyra is not native to Baikal's ecosystem. It thrives on biological waste which, according to ecologists, comes from sewage facilities from several local holiday centers, as well as private boats.
Ethan Millard talks about a recent trip up the canyon when a man in a brand new Cadillac ignored the road workers and drove up the shoulder on the Canyon road to avoid sitting in the traffic waiting for a piece of equipment to come down from Snowbird. These are actions of a BMW driver, not a Cadillacker. Plus, Ethan and Alex Kirry talk about the insults in other languages and determine whether or not our insults are better or worse.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard start off the episode with a discussion of some local politics as Ethan was asked to go on Michael Castner's show Wake Up Vegas in Las Vegas. Then, Alex talks about his crazy neighbor who hates most people but loves Disney.
A mixed-race family of eight are asking Blue Bell Ice Cream to change the name of a popular chocolate and vanilla ice cream flavor, The Great Divide, to be more inclusive.
Traci Schmidley, her husband, and their brood of six children were sitting down for an ice cream party at their Louisiana home to celebrate the end of the week when their children pointed out what they called an obvious racially charged flavor of ice cream.
Salt Lake City firefighters say due to dry weather and the threat of wildfires, fireworks restrictions are more strict than usual for 2018. There are no fireworks allowed East of 900 East, west of Redwood Road and north of South Temple. Fireworks are likewise prohibited at all times at all city parks and city properties.
The fire department says those who violate the restrictions may face a fine of up to $1,000. Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard lament the fact that Alex will have to go down to 9th East to set off his aerial fireworks with his kids. Sheesh. Plus, a #zenheadlines story that is kind of a big DILL as a Pickle Festival is getting all sorts of attention in Boston.
A man in Finland started his house on fire as he tried to drive a snake from his garden. He sprayed it with gasoline which was ignited by a nearby hot lawnmower.
The fire department saved his home, but it was a close one.
Ethan Millard is joined again by Scott Mitchell
The Zen Headline comes from the Ace Hardware in Sugar Grove Illinois. Mark Driscoll, owner, says a man tried on a pair of work gloves and accidentally left his wedding ring jammed into one of the fingers.
They're looking for the owner.
Scott Mitchell joins Ethan Millard to talk about DeDe Phillips of Hart County Alabama who was attacked by a bobcat. She strangled it with her bare hands.
Ethan Millard is joined by Scott Mitchell.
Scott played in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins and the Detroit Lions. He still holds all the quarterback records at the University of Utah.
They talk about Fathers Day and whether joke gifts are really appropriate.
They also talk about the 86 year old mayor of Ruso North Dakota
Bruce Lorenz. He was just re- elected with 100% of the votes in a turnout of 100%. There are 3 registered voters. Good win.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry, In a bid to understand both sides of the debate on use of electric shock collars on dogs, talk about Ethan's decision to use the collars on his terrible barking dogs who wake up neighbors and ruin sleep around the neighborhood with their uncontrollable barking. Ethan seems to be fine with it but what does the American Veterinary Association say about them? Ethan doesn't really care, Judy and Jack and are going to get the shocks.