This week we’re looking at the first potential prezzy wezzy candidate for this truly fascinating 1832 election! As it turns out, he talks real good too. Become a Patron!
The final VP candidate for 1832 is perhaps the most terrifying to be reckoned with on the political stage right now. Why, because he wants to literally tear the country apart and he knows exactly how to do it. If you wanted a House of Cards story, you’re in luck… This is a REBROADCAST with […]
The second to last VP candidate for 1832 is yet another newcomer to this grand political stage. And once again, he seems pretty average… Well, except the Yu-Gi-Oh thing. Become a Patron!
Here we have another VP Candidate for the upcoming 1832 election. His story is a typical one! Except for maybe the canals thing? Yeah, I don’t get the canals thing. Become a Patron!
The next 1832 VP Candidate we’re looking at is doing it all for the money and nothing else. Anything for the money. Become a Patron!
In this episode of Garbled Twistory, we’re getting back to the business of elections for 1832 and as usual, we start with a mostly unremarkable man who thinks he can be a good vice-principal for one reason and one reason only! Become a Patron!
In the final in-between-election episode of this series, we’re checking in on the whole slavery situation because something crazy just happened in the Hamptons that’s gonna change EVERYTHING about the enslavement discourse! Become a Patron!
For the second in-between-election episode of this series, I have a real treat! It’s a super-duper collaboration special with the incomparable Moxie LaBouche! History is indeed being made. Be sure to check out Your Brain on Facts, the podcast about all the things you didn’t know, thought you knew, and never knew you never knew! […]
For our first in-between-election episode of this series, a discovery is made downstairs! A discovery that most definitely escalates in an unexpected direction because it happened at the wrong place, and at the wrong time! Become a Patron!
Here we are! The US election of 1828! And I know I say this every time, but this really isn’t one to miss. This is just some straight-up unprecedented stuff we’re dealing with here. Become a Patron!