It’s the New Year’s episode that’s being released a month late, and boy am I glad I did. I was supposed to record this weeks ago, but scheduling conflicts got in the way. Thanks to the delay you’re getting two episodes in one!
I’m kicking things off by counting down the best moments from 2016…why? Because I’m sick of hearing internet cry babies whine about how ‘2016 was the WORST YEAR EVER!’ Along the way I take shots at Lena Dunham and Gawker, before giving a quick lesson on the deviant fetish known as pegging.
After that I took a look at the new fire meme in the internet streets, watched Ashley Judd and Madonna lose their minds during the women’s march on Washington, and had a little chat with our old friend Gary.
All this and more in the latest episode of The Savage Sacktap
Election 2016 is just days away. After a summertime hiatus filled with sun, sand, guns, and buns Mike is back to spread his verbal poison to the masses. We’ve got a brief review of everything that’s gone down over the past few months (Pokemon Go, the DNC, the RNC, Donald Trump grabbing by the…Crooked Hillary, Lena Dunham, Locker Room Talk, and Colin Kaepernick), a little bit of commercial parody, and little chat with Jimmy from Philly.
Mike is sippin Kombucha and slingin hard truths. Nobody is safe from this episode of the sacktap not teachers, nor bicyclists, nor North Carolina voters, nobody. I’m not talkin’ ’bout pleasure boatin’ or day sailin’. I’m talkin’ ’bout workin’ for a livin’. I’m talkin’ ’bout sharkin’!…Savage…
A delusional man once said, “jokes aren’t supposed to hurt people’s feelings.” Apparently Bill De Blasio and Hillary Clinton didn’t get the message. This week Mike’s breaking down offensive jokes, PC culture, and election 2016. Press play and get down on the latest episode of The Savage Sacktap.
Greetings ya fucks! American Military News recently picked up a piece I wrote about the war on free speech up in Canada. With everyone and their mother threatening to head for cooler climes if the Donald becomes the next president, it’s worth taking a look at how Canada views our constitutionally protected freedoms. If you’re a fan of things like freedom and liberty the answer may upset you. if you’re a regressive crybaby who thinks we should legislate based on hurt feelings, the answer may delight you.