Orlando is having a bad month. Firstly, there’s been a spotlight on a rape that happened, which was particularly distasteful, by a young man with the appropriate porn-sounding name of Brock Turner. His parents wrote some particularly stupid and questionable letters to the judge trying to get leniency. His mother seemed quite out of touch with reality in hers, but you know what they say: no one loves you like your mother. Or your rapist. Orlando continued its nightmare month with a record-breaking mass shooting in a gay nightclub by a very angry, very stupid, and probably gay young man who couldn’t resolve his own sexuality with his loving peaceful religion, Islam. The gun argument is back in the mainstream, and this week we take a stab at it. Because we’re sure not gonna take a shot at it. Perhaps most perplexing of all in Orlando lately though is the little boy who got eaten by a crocodile at the Grand Floridian in Disney World. Lots of questions are being asked, such as why he was playing in the water at all, or where were his parents, or why the hell are there murderous dinosaurs roaming around Disney World, but a third tragedy in Orlando in the same month seems like enough. When it comes to Orlando, generally speaking, if you didn’t have to buy a ticket or pass a height test to get into an area, don’t go in it.
Breasts are always a popular topic, but on this episode they are the star. First there’s a video of some loser shaming a woman for breastfeeding her child in public at a Target. The gentleman in question is clearly a lonely, angry loser who hasn’t seen enough breasts in his life and can’t keep himself together when confronted with them. Yet another person who can’t handle breasts is a faculty member in a Montana school who sent home a girl for not wearing a bra. Underage girls responded by creating a no brad day. It’s a loss for that guy, but a win for the rest of us. Sit down Chris Hansen. And if that’s not enough breasts for you, we learn of yet another repressed childhood memory that, while very sad for the person telling the story, is hilarious for everyone else. We simply call this story “Jigglers.” Enjoy laughing at someone’s pain.