YR1638 Wide Body Problem

Madge fondles a cabbage.

Gladys Lyupschutz

YR1637 Government by Exception

Madge brings a new guest into her home for some politics and GURL talk. Introducing Gladys Lyupschutz.

Album art by Taylor Haggerty (Faggerty)

YR1636 ‘Bout da Daipees

Solo grum with a visit from Grizelda.

Album Art by Taylor Haggerty (faggerty)

YR1635 Peace in the Middle Yeast

Madge solves Israel/Palestine.

Album Ark by Taylor Haggerty (Faggerty)

YR1634 32 Bit Bloat

Solo grum in which Madge streams her nothingness into the void. She also can trance. Fat.

Album Ark by John Werner

YR1633 CDMX Boogers

Madge went to Mexico City. Slightly joined by Grizelda and Dial Sperm.

Album Art by Taylor Haggerty Faggerty!

YR1632 Field of Turds

Madge interviews an ex-con who gets off on animal excrement.

experimental solo

YR1631 Both Sides Lapsed

Another mess.

album art by Taylor Haggerty Faggerty

YR1630 Overweight with Obesity Rising

An experimental mess.

The video of this stream is available here.

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music solo

YR1629 Wet Goiter

It’s wet. Whatever.

album art by Taylor Haggerty Faggerty

Chat GPT Generated Show Notes:

Episode Summary: In this episode, Madge Weinstein dives into a mix of personal anecdotes, technological troubles, and socio-political commentary. She explores a range of topics from her experiences with new gadgets, reflections on past conversations and conflicts, to broader societal issues. The episode is a rollercoaster ride through Madge’s thoughts and observations, offering listeners an unfiltered glimpse into her world.


  1. Technological Musings: Madge shares her experiences with her new Apple Watch and the Motu audio interface and OSX Sonoma , discussing the quirks and conveniences of modern technology.
  2. Reflections on Relationships and Conversations: She revisits a previous conflict with Ragan, dissecting the conversation and expressing her feelings about the exchange.
  3. Social Commentary: Madge touches on issues ranging from the treatment of immigrants and foreign policy to media coverage and public perception. Her commentary provides a candid and sometimes humorous take on serious subjects.
  4. Personal Anecdotes: From her holiday work marathon to her thoughts on fitness and diet, Madge shares personal stories and musings, offering listeners a peek into her daily life.
  5. Cultural Observations: She discusses the cultural significance and personal impact of various forms of media, including music and TV shows.

Notable Quotes: (Madge notes: These are GPT hallucinations. I don’t think I said any of these things, did I?)

  • “Technology can be a blessing and a curse. It’s about finding that balance.”
  • “Conversations are not just about being right or wrong; they’re about understanding and growing.”
  • “Our society is facing complex issues. It’s not just black and white, and the answers aren’t simple.”
  • “Personal growth is a continuous journey, and sometimes you have to look back to move forward.”

Listener Interaction:

  • Share your thoughts on today’s topics by emailing us at [email protected] or leaving a voicemail at FirmUterus.

Closing Thoughts: Madge wraps up the episode with a reminder to listeners about the importance of open-mindedness and self-reflection in navigating both personal and societal challenges.

Remember to subscribe for more candid conversations and musings from Madge Weinstein. Stay tuned for the next episode of Yeast Radio!