The Radioactive Rant comedy podcast with Mark Reynolds and Tom Swain is an unscripted venting platform used to criticize life’s little annoyances. Radioactive Rant is an open forum dedicated to mocking the pop culture hellscape we exist in. A podcast with no filters, no couth and no sense, which means only one thing... Train wreck!
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Mark and Tom discuss eulogies and how Mark feels they've changed over the years. Also, listener messages, The List and more stuff for listeners to complain about (YAY!)...
Mark lays into "celebrity" chef Gordon Ramsey, Tom mentions stupid parents who use iPad's as babysitters. Also, listener messages, The List and... uh... umm... duh...
Mark and Tom return from Christmas/New Years break. Mark shares the stupid stuff that apparently, easily flows out of his mouth. Also, listener messages, The List and much more stupid stuff...
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Radioactive Rant launched a year ago and published 29 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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