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Nightside Project

Join Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry for a younger, modern brand of talk radio, now exclusively available as a podcast. The Nightside Project covers politics and news of the day with comic flair and even a little satire.

Monday, February 20, 2017

  • Remember Those Cute, Laughing Quadruplet Babies From America's Funniest Home Videos? They Are Now Annoying Teens
    Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard talk about those cute little quadruplet baby girls who stormed America's Funniest Home Videos by handily winning the grand prize of best video ever because of their infectious, cult-like baby laughs.  Well Ethan gives an update to "Where are those babies now?" Plus, a girl's note to the "Bosses at Google" makes it to the CEO and he responds back that he wants her to come work for them one day. The merits of the Porsche vs. the Ferrari are discussed in detail when it comes to mid-life crises. 
  • Monopoly Changing Game Pieces, Trump Orders Meatloaf for Christie
    Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard talk on this President's Day about Monopoly trying to figure out which pieces on their iconic game should be changed.  The thimble is out, the shoe is on the cusp of being fired, so what pieces represent us better at this particular time culturally that could be around for a long time?  Also, Governor Chris Christie talks about how his trip to the White House to visit President Donald Trump was good, but that the President made him order the meatloaf from the White House Chefs.  

Sunday, February 19, 2017

  • We Get Called Out by the Listeners
    Sometimes we make mistakes and we've got to give credit where credit is due. Thank you to everyone for listening and making sure we get it right, even if it's not right the first time.
  • Minnesota to Allow Bake Sales Again
    Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry can only assume that Minnesota wasn't allowed bake sales because President Obama didn't let them.  Well now everyone figured out that they aren't trying to kill people with their brownies so they are loosening the bake sale stranglehold.  Take back those cookies, breads, pies and rice krispie treats.  Lamborghini recalls a kagillion of its supercars. 

Saturday, February 18, 2017

  • Somehow Ethan Forgot About His Own Birthday
    Ethan Millard forgot his own birthday and Alex Kirry definitely forgot Ethan's birthday so we'll talk about that awkward moment you didn't show up for your own birthday party and your family is waiting on you.
  • Company Offers 'Puppy Paid Leave', Ethan Hunting Down Donut Bandit
    Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry discuss a Scotland company's new paid leave policy.  If someone from BrewDog adopts a dog they will be given one week of paid leave to adapt themselves and the new puppy to the home.  Alex sees a slippery puppy slope in this case and also, Ethan has been noticing that someone has been taking bites from the donuts in the bakery section of his local grocery store and putting them back into the display case.  He's desperate to hunt down the culprits.  Alex says its him. 

Friday, February 17, 2017

  • A Frito-Lays Janitor Invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos and Became Senior VP of the Company
    Ethan Millard forgot his own birthday and Alex Kirry definitely for got Ethan's birthday so we'll talk about that awkward moment you didn't show up for your own birthday party and your family is waiting on you.  Plus, Richard MOntanez was puching a broom at the Frito-Lays factory in California when he came up with an idea he wanted to pitch to the company for a new cheeto.  He bought a tie and with help from his wife, some chili powders and a book from the library about business presentations, he came up with the concept of "Flamin' Hot" Cheetos, one of the company's most popular snacks.  The company then rpmoted him and now he's the Senior VP of Multicultural Sales for North America.   Cool story that you don't want to miss.  
  • A Frito-Lays Janitor Invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos and Became Senior VP of the Company
    Richard Montanez was pushing a broom at the Frito-Lays factory in California when he came up with an idea he wanted to pitch to the company for a new Cheeto.  He bought a tie and with help from his wife, some chili powders and a book from the library about business presentations, he came up with the concept of "Flamin' Hot" Cheetos, one of the company's most popular snacks.  The company then promoted him and now he's the Senior VP of Multicultural Sales for North America. Cool story that you don't want to miss.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

  • Update to Hot Tennis Star/Swimsuit Model on Date with Fan after Super Bowl Bet
    Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry didn't see eye to eye when it came to Genie Bouchard going on a date with a twitter follower after losing a bet on the Patriots comeback in the Super Bowl.  Their date was well-publisized and it turns out, he's a good looking normal dude, she's a good looking normal/professional athlete/swimsuit model.  She says she is lucky and that there will be a second date.  Front row seats to a Brooklyn Nets game, a massive fur coat and a kiss at the end of the night.  We'll see if it ends up going anywhere or if she gets murdered in cold blood by an internet psycho if thats what he turns out to be but TMZ showed two hot kids in love.  
  • North Korean Soap Opera Continues
    Kim Jong Il's First son was allegedly assassinated this week by his second son and North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong Un mostly because Kim Jong Un was Jealous that Kim Sum was living a fun life and he wasn't.  This soap opera is described in detail this episode by Ethan Millard who helps us understand the inner workings of the Kim Family and how amazing the North Koreans are.  Plus, an un expected Zenheadline of a pet squirrel in Idaho that attacked an intruder who was trying to steal guns.  The Squirrel attacked the druggy by scratching and biting til they left.  Alex Kirry loves squirrels.  

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

  • Gas Station Bathroom Cologne: A Guide
    Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry are here for your Valentine's Day to keep you up to date on where all the gas station cheap cologne knockoffs are located.  Just .25 cents will get you the kind of spritz of Valentine's Day cologne to make your special someone feel like they were transported to a truck stop for your special evening.
  • American Girl Premieres the First American Boy Doll
    The American Doll line of play dolls has introduced its first boy doll to be able to hang out with all the girl dolls you didn't buy. It's a great way to get in touch with both genders for your kids' play doll needs.
  • Confirmed: Ethan Is ADD, NOT Pastafarian
    There's some heavy personal stuff in this episode.  Ethan Millard talks about his very first visit to a mental health professional.  He's ADD.  It's true. Ethan and Alex talk a little bit about attention deficit disorder and all the weird tests Ethan took during his visit. Outlook is good. We also talk about a Pastafarian woman who was denied the right to wear a colander on her head in her driving license photo in The Hague, Netherlands.  Pastafarianism is a belief in the Flying Spaghetti Monster.  They say it's a real religion but the Dutch court ruled it's not.  Whatever happened to religious freedom?!?! In Zen Headlines we paid tribute to Alex Kirry's new hero, Mike Ilitch.  Mike Ilitch passed away recently.  He was the founder of Little Caesars and the owner of the Detroit Red

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

  • Looking to Get Lucky On Valentine's Day? We Have Just the Cologne For You
    Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry are here for your Valentine's Day to keep you up to date on where all the gas station cheap cologne knockoffs are located.  Just .25 cents will get you the kind of spritz of Valentine's Day cologne to make your special someone feel like they were transported to a truck stop for your special evening.  Plus, The American Doll line of play dolls has introduced its first boy doll to be able to hang out with all the girl dolls you didn't buy.  Its a great way to get in touch with both genders for your kids' play doll needs. 
  • Valentine's Day Ripoffs from KSL.com
    Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard welcome their former Producer, Logan Daniels, who is currently serving in the Air Force as a JAG.  He weighs in with the guys on a terrible new KSL.com list that features what cheap meals at Outback, Olive Garden, Chili's and California Pizza Kitchen are going to help let that special someone know that you are able to charge $34.99 on your credit card.  High roller, baby.