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Pulpit of Doom Podcast 3-21-2012

March 22, 2013 at 6:56 pm by  

Hail MaryHere, Now – Last night’s podcast was one of a kind. Me and Athena got some wires crossed yesterday and needles to say, she wasn’t aware we were doing a Pulpit of Doom. I had already advertised that we were doing one, so I figured I would pull in one of the few people who sometimes hop on and co-host with me, but as luck would have it, no one was available.

So I threw a Hail Mary and asked our Facebook fans if anyone was interested in co-hosting – in 20 minutes. I didn’t think anyone would actually take me up on the offer, but one brave person did. With the chat room filling up, and only minutes to go, I thought I was going to have to podcast alone (which I loathe). But with five seconds before we went on the air, Lucy, a fan of the site for two years, joined in.

So last night marked the first ever podcast in which my co-host was someone I had never even spoken to before going live, aside from asking, “Is this Lucy?”

Admittedly, I was a bit nervous, as I had no idea if Lucy was a mouth breathing moron or someone just fucking around, but turns out we had a decent podcast that went off without a hitch – my 1000 uhs and ums notwithstanding.…

Killer SongsThere are hundreds of songs inspired by famous killers, a lot of them coming from bands that you’d expect. Bands like Slayer, Marilyn Manson, and White Zombie all have songs regarding serial killers and their nasty business. Hell, some bands like Macabre and Church of Misery have made entire careers singing about them.

Knowing this, I figured I would compile a list of my favorite songs inspired by famous killers, but it just wasn’t very interesting. Slayer has a song about Ed Gein, and Marilyn Manson has one about Jeffrey Dahmer. So what?

I love the songs, but it just seemed par for the course, ya’ know? Especially taking into consideration the individual artists’ respective personalities and music genre.

So I decided to create a list of my favorite songs inspired by famous killers from artists that you wouldn’t necessarily expected to have done so. Not that any artist shouldn’t be able to write about any damn thing they want, but I thought the following five songs may be surprising for some, considering who wrote them and the source material.…

Pulpit of Doom Podcast 2-21-2013

February 22, 2013 at 1:04 pm by  

ThumbcapHere, Now — Thanks to everyone who turned up last night to chat with other members during our Pulpit of Doom podcast. For those who missed it, or plan on listening to it later, we spent 90 minutes talking about the top 10 stories currently circulating on dreamindemoncom.

This also led to other discussions, including Jaded’s mental issues — like her fear of wearing ragged underwear in changing rooms in case she is being watched through a two-way mirror, and her obsession with plugging every hole she finds in her house, including the electrical outlets.

When Jaded was able to contain her giggling, we also discussed some of the Jodi Arias trial, the different techniques a man can spray semen on unsuspecting Walmart shoppers (including the “thumb cap” maneuver) and the juvenile delinquent that is currently residing in my house.

After we went off the air, we discussed music for no real reason – but I did learn Jaded’s boner for Chino Moreno is still going strong after all these years.…

Happy Valentine’s Day From Dreamin’ Demon

February 14, 2013 at 11:35 am by  

Be MineHere, Now — Happy Valentine’s Day to all the couples out there. I mean that sincerely. Whether you’re planning to use this day to break up the monotony of the relationship you are currently dying in, or giving your current\potential partner some overpriced crap because you obviously don’t love them if you didn’t — I am pulling for you all.

Not because I care about your love-life as I feel love is for suckers. You either end up hurt or hurting someone, or end up on this site after your significant other stabs you in the neck while you’re sleeping. Hell, in a best case scenario, you’ll find someone you are compatible with and love with all your heart. You’ll share a life together full of friends, family and good memories. Then you’ll watch them die.

I sound bitter, you say? Maybe. But here, let me share a story regarding myself and the first Valentine’s Day I can remember. I was in 3rd grade when the teacher was handing out those stupid Valentine’s Day cards kids used to be forced to buy and hand out in class.…

Here, Now — It’s been three years, but circumstances have us at a point in which I must beg for money start another fundraiser. I hate it, but I wouldn’t do it if it wasn’t necessary.

I have always tried to be transparent when it comes to DD and how haphazardly it is run. Those who know me personally, as well as those who have worked with me on the site, know that DD has been, and remains to be, a hobby of mine. It is not a source of income. Trust me when I say that had I wanted to start a site to make a living with, DD wouldn’t have been it. Running a crime news site like DD, in my experience, is the worst possible niche to get into if you are looking to make a living at it. Crime gets an audience, but it certainly does not pay.

If you do a Google search on “ads for news sites” you will see part of the problem. Basically, news sites have a hard time finding advertisers.…

The Pulpit of Doom Drunkcast Numero Six

March 18, 2012 at 12:15 pm by  

Here, Now — Thanks to everyone who showed up to the 6th episode of the Pulpit of Doom Drunkcast to do some drinking with Morbid, Jaded, Athena and later in the show, Kniption — who was drunk long before he called in. You can listen to the episode here. For those unaware, the drunkcasts are like our Wednesday show, just infused with copious amounts of alcohol.

Gonna have to admit, I think this may have been the drunkest of shows and not your average crime related podcast. The show began showing signs of smoke with my very first sentence, a sentence that contained “um” not 30 seconds after I bet Jaded I would not use “um” in the entire podcast. Flames were spotted right around the time Jaded mentioned Captain Cunt, and reports of a fiery object falling from the sky started coming in right around the time Kniption called in and we began talking about eating your dead spouse.

Somewhere along the way, we discuss murder suicide in front of the kiddos, drunken Amish drag racing, Ouija boards and the people who believe the debil can make you do it, the deadly nature of a Jack in the Box breakfast sandwich, Kony 2012 and how everyone thinks they’re an activist with the click of a mouse, slipping into something a bit more comfortable inside your neighbor’s house, the horrible death of Tori Stafford, how our site may have scared some mothers into shoving their children back up their vaginas for protection, and much, much more.…

Pulpit Of Doom Podcast – Episode 20

March 1, 2012 at 10:51 am by  

Pulpit of DoomHere, Now —  Once again, thanks to all of you who stopped by and listened and participated in the 20th episode of the Pulpit of Doom podcast, even with the short notice. You can listen to it by clicking here.

Remember you can follow the podcast so that you are alerted, via email, whenever we are about to do a show. We normally do them every Wednesday 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. EST. On Saturdays we occasionally do the drunk version from 9:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. EST.

Since we skipped the last drunkcast we had a weeks worth of stories to talk about including the couple who used Craigslist to find a red rocket, the teen who saw her dad dressed as Batman while holding a sex toy… on television, the teen who caught his friend having sex with his cow, the little girl who was ran to death, the schoolyard fight that resulted in a dead 11-year-old and the animal rights activist who hired a hit man to kill a fur-wearer… and much, much more.…

The Pulpit Of Doom – Episode 16

February 2, 2012 at 8:28 am by  

Here, Now – Thanks to everyone who stopped by and chilled out with us last night on the 16th episode of the Pulpit of Doom that you can listen to by clicking the link or using the embedded player that sometimes works. We haven’t had that many people listening live in the chatroom in a long time.

For those of you who weren’t there, Jaded and myself discussed a handful of popular stories circulating on the site this week, including the lollipop game, pageant mom, broken penis, and the mom caught on video force feeding her kid.

We also learned that Jaded really cannot say the word penis without giggling like a schoolgirl and may have eaten a big wad of semen. Or flan. I’m still not sure which to be honest.

Listen to internet radio with DreaminDemon on Blog Talk Radio

For those of you who were there, thanks for participating in the chat and asking questions during the podcast. Some of the questions answered where how the site got started, where the name came from, what our purpose was at the time and what our purpose is now .…

Site Blackout Tomorrow

January 17, 2012 at 9:49 am by  

On Tuesday 24th January 2012, the US Senate will vote on the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA).  It was recently announced that Obama has come out against SOPA and that the bill is, in all likelihood, dead. That may or may not be the case, but the same cannot be said about PIPA.

I’m all for companies trying to combat piracy and protecting their property, but these proposed laws are not the answer. They are too vague, too broad and too ripe for abuse.

There are many companies against SOPA and PIPA, such as Google, Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, and tomorrow we will join them by bringing our site down for 12 hours (8:00 am est – 8:00 pm est). We may not be the heavy-hitters those guys are, or as influential, but laws like this could affect us, and in turn, affect you.

Our forums will be open during this time, and at 8:30 est, we will be conducting our 14th episode of The Pulpit of Doom so feel free to stop by and listen or participate in our discussions of the site’s top stories as well as discussing two films; MEGAN IS MISSING and TRUST.…

The Pulpit Of Doom Podcast Episode 10

May 31, 2011 at 7:14 am by  

Thanks to everyone who turned out for Sunday’s Pulpit of Doom podcast and listened to Jaded and myself ramble.

We had a couple weeks of technical difficulties so last night’s impromptu broadcast was a last minute deal and to be honest, I didn’t think we would even make it an hour. But surprise, surprise, we made it the entire 90 minutes.

In between talking about Casey Anthony’s ridiculous defense, discussions of the last couple week’s most popular stories on the site, and Hugh Howey’s 16th book, we also learned that Jaded’s virginity was worth a six pack of beer and I admitted to putting my penis in my own butthole.

I’m sure we went into many different tangents over the course of the show, including Jaded making fun of my gardening dreams, but we had a blast and we’ll be back next week for more of the same. Be sure to check out our BlogTalkRadio page for archived episodes.


The Pulpit Of Doom Podcast Episode 7

May 2, 2011 at 8:22 am by  

Thanks to everyone who turned out for last night’s podcast, a podcast full of feces and penis. I was a bit worried as we pulled it together hours before the show as Imp was sick and I was not sure if Jaded would make it or not.

Luckily, Jaded took time out of her busy schedule busting skulls and we were finally able to get a good friend of mine, the infamous Michelle McKee, to join us and have her podcast cherry popped.

Even Kniption called in to talk about a couple of his stories before he got disconnected. So check it out and listen as we talk about some of the site’s most popular stories over the last week and why we are better than everyone else.

A big thanks to all the regulars (and guests) who showed up in the chat as well as Malq and Shadow for calling in to the show. If you listened to the live version last night, we did keep going for another 20 minutes as me, Michelle and Jaded discussed huffing paint, Michelle’s other personalities, and beer bottle enemas.…


September 16, 2010 at 1:42 pm by  

By now I am sure Google has informed you that you should stay away from Dreamin’ Demon as we’ll kick in your door, rape your animals and eat your children. We are working on getting this resolved. The issue stems from how we run ads. Some pay for ad space, but we also fill slots using a self-hosted openx ad server. Everything  has been fine until the day I decided to check out Clicksor and Bidvertiser. These are ad serving alternatives for sites like ours, sites whose content is deemed “inappropriate” by Google Adsense. Immediately after activating these two, Clicksor started throwing up those dreaded Malware type messages. So we discontinued them quickly after activating them. Bidvertisor faired better, with the message only showing up rarely due to certain ads they allowed, but usually resolved itself fairly quickly (we ran into similar issues with AdBrite). But it seems a combo of that and possibly the exploit in the openx software lead to Google deeming us Satan incarnate. This is not rare I found, and a lot of people have fell victim to this.…

Happy Labor Day From Dreamin’ Demon!

September 6, 2010 at 1:58 am by  

Another Labor Day is here and because most see this day as the symbolic end of summer and the beginning of football season, completely ignorant of its origins, we’ll give you the Cliff Notes version of its origins. Labor Day was initially just a way to celebrate the working man and all the shit they do. First celebrated around 1882 in New York, but by 1897 a handful of states had passed some type of Labor Day legislation. That was until 1894 when the workers of Pullman Palace Car Company went on strike to protest the lowering of their wages. Soon, 125,000 workers within the American Railway Union followed and walked off their jobs, followed by around 250,000 railroad men across the country in a show of support. President Grover Cleveland and his co-horts were not happy about a large chunk of the railroad being completely shut down so Cleveland decided to end the strike by sending U.S. marshals and 12,000 U.S. troops to Chicago. Of course this ended up one big clusterfuck.…

Happy Independence Day!

July 4, 2010 at 11:22 am by  

Another Fourth of July is upon us and while people will use this holiday to enjoy the beer, food, family gatherings and fireworks more than they will be celebrating the day we officially gave the Kingdom of Great Britain the big Fuck You with the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, I do hope you all have a safe one. Since most of you are probably out enjoying your families and the festivities, I figured I would put together a quick post on a few stories (two from Missouri) that have been circulating over the last couple days that deal with fireworks and some of the stupid people out there who ignored the warning labels, causing injuries to themselves or others. Let the following people serve as a warning to everyone that it’s not normally a good idea to combine fireworks in your kitchen or bedroom, and never, ever put your face close to an explosive while investigating why it did not go off as planned.…

This was gonna be a snarky Easter post, but I was on the phone with Jaded trying to talk her down from one of her paint-huffing-induced panic attacks when we realized that we were approaching yet another site anniversary. I checked, and no shit, we just passed our six year mark. So I thought “fuck Easter” and decided I would take this time to congratulate ourselves. We had no real intention of being a site that would be coined the Jerry Springer of crime sites, but you know what? We’ll take it. With no corporate backing, no money, sporadic help, bad writing, and horrific subject matter — we have somehow produced over 3,000 articles chock full of misspellings and bad grammar as well as 124,000+ comments ranging from highly intelligent to hopelessly retarded. And that’s just the front page. The forums has almost reached 30,000 posts with 380,000 comments. Not too shabby for a few people who still have no idea how to run a site. But we enjoy what we do as much as we enjoy watching other crime sites copy our headline style, our attitude, and our site designs.…

This is a reminder that later this evening we will be moving over to the Disqus commenting system. If you are already a registered member of the Dreamin’ Demon (not the forums), you will need to go get you a Disqus Profile. There are benefits to this as this means your Disqus profile will work on any site using it. There are other benefits as well, such as anonymous commenting, threaded comments, voting, replying to specific comments, etc, etc. They also use Facebook Connect, OpenID, Twitter support, blah, blah, blah. We will also be adding a new Recent Comments block to the right, as well as a couple more dealing with popular comments and such. It will still be a good idea to registered with us, in case we switch back to the standard WordPress comment system. If you have any questions about this switch AFTER having checked out Disqus’ website, ask them here.…


January 1, 2010 at 4:09 pm by  

Missing: My Life

November 17, 2009 at 12:40 pm by  

This post is to inform everyone that my life is missing. I have no idea where the hell it went, but it got away from me at some point. I have a sneaking suspicion that it disappeared somewhere between the first article I published here at and my 1000th! That’s right you fucking ungrateful deviants. Morbid has posted OVER 1000 articles here at D’D as of today. If that is not one sad, sad statistic to brag about, I don’t know what is. So thanks to all of you readers and participants, it has been a very interesting experience. Hope the next 1000 are no different. And let me use this time to mention some quick site shit. First, let me remind you all of our Twitter, Myspace and Facebook accounts. Follow, Friend or whatever. Also, we got a site upgrade coming up along with some new faces joining on. Lastly, sorry for the auto Mucinex ad. Nothing I can do about it at the moment, but Jaded likes it (seriously) and does not want me to do a thing with it.…

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