This week we tackle a plethora of hard hitting issues. It’s November which means it’s time for elections. One of my favorites aspects of the election season is the over the top political attack ads. We take an in-depth look at our potential senators’ (Travis Childers and Alan Nunnlee) attack ads.
Blake recently discovered he really is religious! His preferred religion…. Greek mythology. He conjures up the spirits and contacts Poseidon for an exclusive radio interview about the torrential downpour Oxford has been receiving.
Finally, our hook-up experts Chet and Chad stop by the studio and try their hand at political commentary. And by that I mean they try to hook-up with girls at the polls on election day.
A new experiment on the BHS, weekly highlights! Apparently jokes happen every week. Blake in his infinite knowledge has figured out a way to capture the jokes and bring them to you. In this week’s highlights we talk about the on-going mascot controversy. A bear, a shark, and a bro known as
Another hot topic we tackled was the search and capture of the Oxford Panty Thief. Our in-depth interview with the thief really shows what he is all about. Thanks Oxford Police for keeping our undergarments safe!
Local politics are entertaining… sorta. Well we try our best at making fun of aldermen who don’t show up for important meetings. And finally we unveil our newest segment Just Joshing.
Oxford Late Night is back! Though this show was recorded before the first horribly embarrassing football game of the season, we provide plenty of advice on grove etiquette and how to maximize your gameday fun. So in retrospect, you should have probably just stayed at home.
Also on this week’s show we talk about the ubiquitous “rating” scale, lessons we wish we could have learned sooner in life, and listen to Tim detail the finer points of non-verbal seduction.
College can be a tough part of anyone’s life – you’ve just moved away from your friends and family, everyone seems obsessed with drinking and partying, and your roommate can’t seem to stop talking about the new World of Warcraft Cataclysm expansion.
But not all is lost! The Big Hot Sho is proud to present our first episode of Oxford Late Night, the podcast for people who like to party in Oxford. Each week we’ll be your guide to what’s going on around town as well as what separates a Savant of the Square from that girl with a solo cup stuck in her heel.
This week, classes start as students move back into Oxford, which can only mean three things:
Traffic sucks. Somehow worse than before.
You’re again reminded that you haven’t graduated.
Tons of new students feel lonely and dead inside.
But we’ve got one of those covered! Oxford Late Night is talking all this week about how to make new friends and integrate into Oxford society. So basically, go buy a polo shirt or a new pair of heels and start making caddy racist comments.
Imagine a life in which you write books that mock traditional southern values, receive massive critical acclaim and commercial success, and drink scotch all day. Basically, William Faulkner is Blake’s idol, and quite possibly the smartest men who ever lived.
So who better to ask life’s toughest questions? Using internet backslash technology, Josh and Blake call up Faulkner to talk about mascots, college degrees, and drink specials.
Sure, Big Hot Sho is a lot of fun. But with nearly four years of podcasts, radio clips, videos and remixes to absorb, it can be a tad overwhelming.
And lets be honest, this is America. On most days I’ve got an iPhone in my left hand and a Big Mac in the right. The faster and easier I can consume something and toss it aside the better.
Especially when my doctor keeps babbling about this “reduced ability to concentrate, increased chance of distraction, reduction in memory capability, blah, blah, blah” mumbo jumbo. I really wasn’t listening – I just got a tweet on my phone.
So we’ve taken some of the best of Big Hot Sho and condensed it down to a four minute clip. It’s just like the regular show, but now value sized!
Like a sorority sister that just got dumped after the Tiki swap, Big Hot Sho is all about trying new things. Becoming a new woman: a different haircut, a cute dress we borrowed from Kayley, and trip to the bars after drinking enough Boone’s Farm to fill even the emptiest of hearts.
That’s right world, Big Hot Sho has a new, more experimental podcast format, and she just doesn’t care what you think!
But enough with the metaphors – it’s getting really tough to get the regular BDPE crew together. So we now present you with Big Hot Sho Late Night. It’s a more open-ended show with a few funny friends of mine.
There is a loose structure to it covering a variety of topics: celebrity gossip, things you should hate, and of course breasts. Be warned – the content on the show is also more explicit than normal.
Let me know what you guys think here in the forums. But be sensitive – I think this dress might make me look fat.
Hip Hop music is perhaps one of the most selfish outgrowths of an overly individualistic society. Rappers talk about their cars, firearms, bling, and how important it is to be number one. Luckily, international superstars LIL JPG and MC Rewind have transcended to the a new theatre: social responsibility.
Their latest track, Oil Be Spillin, is an enlightened look into unchecked corporate greed and environmental duty. As a surrogate to today’s youth, LIL JPG and MC Rewind are standing up to one of mankind’s greatest injustices.
You can find Oil Be Spillin in stores now on their latest album Crunk as a Skunk.
When you live as hard as BLAKEBUCK does, you’ll end up with a few tales at the end of the day. This new, experimental podcast is an outlet for me to share these tales in a more freeform show.
The premise is simple. Saturday night, sit down with some friends, booze, fire up the mics, and see what happens.
On this show I talk to two friends of mine, Sherry and Emily about living in Oxford, a culture of alcohol, and why so many people have a bad case of sad face. It gets off to a bit of an awkward start, but by the end we’re having a ball.
Let us know what you think by emailing us at email@example.com