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BREAKING: Rich Donor Eviscerates Jeb Bush for SC Loss; Demanded He Quit Race (NSFW)

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by Legendary Lew

The Underground Multiplex has uncovered a never-before publicized voicemail recording left by a Jeb Bush donor angry at his poor campaign performance.

Dolly Dentura, CEO of Dentura Enterprises, funded Jeb Bush’s campaign almost single-handedly and in the voicemail recording discovered by Legendary Lew, she berates the former Florida governor for his poor performance.

In a profanity-laced tirade, Dentura exclaims that Bush was a “big, fat mistake” a quote she attributes to Donald Trump, who she disdainfully refers to as “Chief Orange Hair.”

Dentura also had choice words for former First Lady Barbara Bush, who she blames for talking her into giving the famed son the millions of dollars that ended up “in the toilet.”

The voicemail recording reflects the frustration many rich Republican donors have had with a number of Republican presidential candidates, many of whom spent millions of dollars on their failed campaigns.

Click below to listen to the irate voicemail recording left at the Jeb Bush 2016 office:

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Mediatrocities #8: Strike That Line! Podcast with Episode Titled “Tinkle Tinkle, Little Star”

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Ladies and Gentlemen, are you lucky to have stopped by here today. Well, are you? You just happened to stop by when the radio play sketch comedy was christened with its new name, Strike That Line! Confused? Startled? Intrigued? Perhaps, my friends, you should give a listen as Ernie Tarte, the world’s least known film auteur, takes on the world of reality TV.

In this episode, Hollywood TV producer Cash Johnson teams up with Dolly Dentura, CEO of Dentura Enterprises and owner of all you see above (until she changed all the logos and trademark names) to present TV’s newest reality TV series. Feast your ears as Tarte tries to make art when he should have been making tracks.

Strike That Line! is a production of The Underground Multiplex.
Starring Tyler Pistorius, Joseph R. Lewis, Barry Brennessel and Lew Ojeda. Written by Lew Ojeda, Tyler Pistorius and Joseph R. Lewis. Theme music by Lucas Herzog. Special musical guest: Honey & The 45s. Produced and directed by Lew Ojeda.

This podcast is intended for mature audiences and those with highly dysfunctional families.

 

 

Mediatrocities #6: Brian Chankin of Odd Obsession Movies; Tarté’s Partay; Special Musical Guest: Nonpronto

Mediatrocities ETWelcome to Mediatrocities #6! This month’s podcast features Chicago’s own Brian Chankin, owner of Odd Obsession Movies, who talks with Legendary Lew about his store, the state of movie rentals, and why Netflix has it wrong.

Then, film auteurd Ernie Tarté makes his way to a Hollywood party held in honor of Steven Spielberg at the Dolly Dentura mansion. Tarté has recently begun a feud with the Oscar-winning director over the disputed ownership of the latest production of “Napoleon,” the famed project abandoned by Stanley Kubrick.

The featured musical guest this month is the fantastic jazz trio Nonpronto, comprised of Josh Murtha (bass), Luke Angle (drums) and Dan Collins (piano/vocals).  The opening/closing tune is “Skeletons” and the featured number is “Sweet Times Run.”

This month’s podcast written by:
Joseph R. Lewis
Lew Ojeda
Tyler Pistorius

Performed by:
Barry Brennessel (neglected to credit you on the podcast. My apologies, Barry)
Joseph R. Lewis
Lew Ojeda
Tyler Pistorius

Edited, produced and directed by Lew Ojeda

NOTE: THIS EPISODE IS NSFW

 

 

 

Mediatrocities Podcast #3: It’s Holiday Time and Frank Conrad Ovdeenarray Comments on Gun Control

I'm feeling safer already!

I’m feeling safer already!

Frank Conrad, the only person in the world to change his last name to honor a legislative lobbying organization, takes a break from his regular duties to comment on gun control. Or rather, how he controls his guns.

Happy Holidays from The Underground Multiplex!

This episode contains generous helpings of Lew Ojeda and his special guest Barry Brennessel, author of saucy novels to raise your blood pressure. It’s also dusted with a sprinkling of “Gods, Guns and Guts” by John Steer and a vibe version of “My Country Tis of Thee” performed by June Griffin. End theme is “Silent Night” by Huey “Piano” Smith and the Clowns. Written by Barry Brennessel & Lew Ojeda. Produced & Directed by Lew Ojeda.