Sassy, Mr. Angel, Billy Snicker-Snicker, Cricket, Aunt Tappie, Dallas Codey and Roger Bunting join Toppie at a central NY farm to celebrate Toppie’s third annual gay pride/fourth of July celebration extravaganza!
It’s the Naughty Nanny Wendy Birthday spectacular! We had a few surprises down under our sleeves to help make it the happiest birthday ever. Additionally, our kaleidoscope of topics include the verdict of the Rutgers case that lead to the death of a gay teen, Buffalo Gay Pride, it’s raining bugs, Nick Wallenda’s walk across Niagara Falls and the death of the Queen of Disco, Donna Summer.
Music in this episode includes:
MacArthur Park performed by Donna Summer from the album Endless Summer
Waltzing Matilda performed by The Aussie Bush Band from the album Bush Songs from the Australian Outback
The Fabulous Beekman Boy! In this episode we are thrilled to interview the New York Times bestselling author, Josh Kilmer-Purcell. Josh began his career in New York City as a marketing executive by day and the glamorous drag queen, Aqua by night. These experiences produced the extraordinary memoir, “I’m Not Myself Theses Days”. Since his days as Aqua he took a turn at a fabulous fiction novel, “Candy Everybody Wants” and just this month his third book has come out “The Bucolic Plague”, sure to be another best seller. This book tells of his current life with his partner Dr. Brent Ridge as they trade in the city life to run a goat farm. Yes a goat farm! To take it a step further they are also the stars of their own reality TV show on Planet Green, “The Fabulous Beekman Boys.” What’s next for Josh, Dancing with the Stars? The NASA space program? With Josh, the sky’s the limit!
This Episode’s Guest Host Tim of terminallysingle.com
• Welcome to Pocket Talk 07
• Matt*hew’s Topic: Grey’s Anatomy Actress Snubs Oscars.
• Joe’s Topic: Tomato Salmonella Outbreak, Is It The Scare We Are Being Told?
• Matt’s Topic: Do We Still Need Gay Pride Celebrations?
• Wrap Up
• Voice Mail