This is the Christmas special for 2016. Daniel starts off by playing one of his favorite Christmas songs. He talks a bit about the Rudolph movie and what it means for Truth Seekers. Daniel compares how Rudolph was treated by his fellow Reindeer to how you will get treated if you express any alternate viewpoint.
Daniel gets into the true origins of Christmas as he discusses Saturnalia, Jesus and Gnosticism. He explains how he feels there was likely a historical Jesus in some form but feels his teachings are badly misunderstood.
A caller rings the show and it turns out to be a fellow named Head who was robbed of his ability to get a drivers license by government bureaucracy. Daniel talks to head about some things he may try to get his license but then Daniel gives up because Head has tried all these things. Daniel warns that Head better get his license soon or he will get his mop out and start cleaning up the slime.
Daniel then begins a very important discussion about Alex Jones and other disinformation agents.
He comes back from break and he is immediately accosted by a strange puppet that looks like a fuzzy young wolf pup. This strange visitor announces that he is actually a “wolfhound” and is here to be Daniels new co-host. He introduces himself as “Tike” and explains that his goal is to get rich and famous from being a podcast host. Daniel becomes angered and kicks the odd puppet off the show.
We then get back to Daniels disinfo agent talk before taking a couple calls from friends of the show Todd and Al. Todd talks a bit about communist agents in our past government and Al gives some insight into his guitar activated Pleadian DNA.
Daniel gets back into his talk about Disinfo agents before he is visited by Santa Claus who shows some very satanic tendencies. Daniel ushers him away before going on a long tirade about how he will never put up a pay wall or charge for his show. Daniel claims that he is the real deal, offers clues into his normal past and promises to be everything that fake Alex Jones pretends to be even if it results in bad things happening for him.
This episode begins with Daniel tackling a myriad of subjects. He talks about his favourite Christmas movies as well as the hot holiday toys that he remembers from the past. He takes a second to plug his new Pro Wrestling show and reminds everyone that they should only listen if they are into Pro Wrestling or MMA. He comments on the “NES mini” and how he hates fake product shortages.
Daniel takes a short break then comes back with tonight’s guest Isabella or I.R. Harris on the line. She is the author of several books including the Bound Trilogy and the Legion Series. Daniel starts off with a little chit chat about pocket warmers before launching into a full fledged interview which starts with Isabella’s childhood. She opens up quite a bit about what her parents were like and what it was like for a Manhattan family to move to Kentucky and how strange it felt at times.
We then get into what inspired Isabella’s writing career and she gives everyone some great advice for dealing with adversity and pursuing ones dreams no matter what roadblocks and discouragement gets in the way.
Daniel then begins asking questions about T.V. shows and it sparks a conversation about Narcos, Penny Dreadful, Buffy the Vampire Slayer(which goes on for quite a bit). Daniel is happy to learn Isabella is such a fan of The Buffy verse. Isabella acts disappointed when she finds out Daniel quit watching Penny Dreadful because of a very intense gay kissing scene.
They then talk about Game of Thrones which Isabella is not a huge fan of. Daniel mentions he is a fan but completely understands how some would be put off by the shock of the show.
We hit many more topics before the interview comes to a close.
Daniel then takes a break, he comes back ready to open up about a few topics. A call comes in from Wolfman Mike and Daniel is super confused because he hears a live radio show on the other end and realizes Wolfman brought Daniel on while recording his own show. The overall confusion and weirdness of it blows Daniels mind.
Daniel talks about his former co-host Michael’s new show and how much it pains him to see that Michael is booking a murderer on a show with the name and format that Daniel came up with. Daniel then becomes emotional and talks quite a bit about his feelings of betrayal, how much it hurt him to realize that someone who he thought was a friend actually was trying to force him out of the show.
Daniel shouts out Get in Da Corner.
Todd then calls in and Daniel takes a risky move and lets Todd take over the show while he takes a short break. Daniel comes back to find Todd doing a monologue about Crowley that Daniel enjoyed quite a bit. Daniel then re-enters the conversation and asks Todd to share a crazy story of how a party wanted him dead.
Daniel then talks a bit more about the direction of the show and how he wants to build people up instead of tearing them down.
He then gives a list of every one of his ufo encounters.
Hiya everyone, this is my new separate pro wrestling and MMA show.
This is the first ever episode Daniel starts out by talking about his vision for the show. He then begins talking about Pro Wrestling and MMA, what makes the fans different and why he wants to appeal to those who are fans of both.
He then starts talking about his thoughts on many things going on in the industry.
Suddenly the phone rings and it is none other than 2006 Ninjabro David Xhale who is ready to rock. They talk about the history of Ninjashoes as well as some old school pro wrestling as in pre attitude era in the early 90’s. Xhale talks about how HBK was his favorite wrestler and how he hated WCW. The conversation then shifts to the MMA world and both guys agree Nick Diaz is probably the most consistent guy that has good fights. They take a short break then talk about many off topic things such as reality, time travel, the right kind of charity and Donald Trump. David shares that he is has actually met his goal and become a lawyer.
Daniel closes things out by talking in depth about CM Punk’s MMA career and gives his thoughts on the brand split so far as in Raw vs. Smackdown talk.
This is the first every edition of Open Lines where the fans and callers take over the show.
Daniel begins by talking a little about Pizza Gate. How he believes the allegations are true as the deceptions come to light in the face of mainstream media manipulation.
We first take a call from Pepperoni Temple expressed his feelings about the show and then talks about how Daniel needs to find his niche.
Al then calls in and blows Daniels mind out the back of his head as Daniel is left questioning reality itself after that call. Al actually claimed to be Jesus Christ himself. Daniel ponders this possibility.
We then get a call from Todd who calls in to explain Al and talk about last weeks show.
Finally we get a long conversation with Max Cole who opens up a little bit about his personal beliefs regarding paranormal topics which of course prompts a visit behind the curtain into movie talk.