It’s story time on the Chris Brake Show when Spitfire Sarah cracks open one of Brake’s old sketchbooks and comes across a letter from Dr. Pong Fong circa 2005 that describes a topless photo of Sarah, among other things. We call up Dr. Pong Fong and get his take on the nefarious events documented in this letter.
We also check in with our main man Rich Barker from Punk Rock Night Indianapolis. This week, Rich tells another great story from Punk Rock Nights past and what went down at a Reagan Youth show here in Indy concerning one of the minor opening acts who thought they were Axl Rose or something.
Cell Phone Full of Wangs
Pong Fong writes about a topless photo of Sarah, and the story spirals out into insanity from there. All the events in this letter are 100% true and are simply one man’s documentation of whatever was going on at that particular moment in time.
Here’s some scanned images from the sketchbook that we talk about in this episode. Follow along at home whilst you listen to the show! There’s all 9 pages of Pong Fong’s letter, plus some extra sweet images, all of which we talk about in this episode.
Angry Letter from Joe, the Roommate
Sarah also reads through a spiteful letter that Joe wrote to Chris Brake. This is the same Joe that Chris had to bail out of jail in episode #12. Listen to that episode to get a more complete picture of this guy’s ridiculousness.I like how he wrote the letter “Q” (see below – can you find it?)…
AIM Conversation with Pong Fong (from Myspace)
Spitfire Sarah’s Quote
Here’s an extra special quote from Spitfire Sarah, and a photo of Chris in Chicago after he sort of dared a thuggish neighborhood dude that he couldn’t break Brake’s car window. Turns out, he did break the window. Nice patch job though! I believe it held in place all the way from the Windy City to Indianapolis.
Other stuff we talk about in this episode include playing at the Ugly Monkey and the historic Sam’s Saloon in Indianapolis. And how one of us threw a vacuum cleaner at Sarah’s head.
Rich Barker from Punk Rock Night
Rich Barker is tells us another great story from the Punk Rock Night annals. This time Rich tells us about a band from Cincinnati who strolled into the Melody Inn in Indianapolis and thought they were entitled to some kind of $100 guarantee at a Reagan Youth show. The band may or may not have been called The Bakers. From Cincinnati. Ohio.