THC-Span

Chris Durant and Zeke Herrera, staff

It was only a matter of time with legalization and medicinal marijuana becoming available in more states that there would be a basic cable channel totally devoted to pot coverage. Low and behold THC-Span, and their debut schedule.

8 a.m. – 10 a.m.: Steve Makes Breakfast.

What’s for breakfast? Ask Steve!

10-ish to noon: Steve Thinks About Doing Something That Day

Maybe he’ll go down to the farmer’s market, perhaps to the flea market. Who knows? It’s Steve!

Noon to 12:20: Steve May Have to Shit, He’s Not Sure

Maybe, maybe not.

12:30 – 1 p.m.: The Andy Griffith Show

1:05 – 2:05 p.m.: Steve just wanted to be like throwback WTBS shows starting at five after the hour.

2:05 – 3:37 p.m.: Steve fucks around on Facebook, most of the time spent saying he’s going to comedy shows and events with no intention on ever going.

3:38 – 4:00 p.m.: Steve tries for 22 minutes to try and remember his ex-girlfriend’s Netflix Login info. Quits and…..

4 – 6:30 p.m.: Watches Hulu instead, 2 and a half hours of An Evening at the Improv.

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.: Steve may or may not have fallen asleep.

8:30 p.m.- 1 a.m.: Steve orders a pizza and binge watches Cagney and Lacey.

1:05 a.m.: End of the broadcast day.

About Chris Durant

Chris Durant has worked at not working for decades. He has held roughly 100 jobs through his employment career, from a driving range ball picker upper to a door to door film salesman. He started his first magazine, Mean Spirited Willie, in Sacramento around 1997. Since then he has been the publisher of Slow Kids Playing, First Draft, Notes From an American Nobody, Fat Llama Spit and Short Bus Magazine. Durant and co-founder Sarah Godlin created Savage Henry after he was shoved aside as the editor of his local daily newspaper’s entertainment magazine. In the early meetings Durant's wife, Monica, and another writer for Northern Lights, Josh Duke, laid down the groundwork for what the magazine has evolved into. Durant writes, edits, sells ads, manages ad clients and delivers the magazine as well as books stand-up comedians for Savage Henry's monthly comedy shows and its annual Savage Henry Magazine Comedy Festival (formerly SHITS and Giggles Comedy Festival). He also co-produces and co-hosts the magazine's weekly podcast, the Savage Henry Magazine Radio Program. He lives in McKinleyville, California with his wife, three of his children, two dogs, two cats and his Playstation 3.

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