I couldn't resist putting my two cents in when it came to podcasting in general, podcasting in this community, and my Tom & Dan success theory. It's just a theory, but I am right. Also, I found the original recordings of Owen and I when we were first talking about doing Tidbits. This is the episode that should define what Tidbits is. Maybe with more segments though. I had a lot to say. If you've ben listening to local podcasts, this is the episode to check out.
In this episode Bill and I go over a couple different articles that show how other places around the world are trying to manage the mentally ill. This is NOT a heavy episode. We have a lot of laughs and what isn't funny, is interesting as hell. I'm still trying to find a way to make the segments shorter so one Tidbit doesn't last for a whole show. As far as that goes, we failed on this episode. Big time.
Bill and I talk about emus and goats and how in rare cases, they are treated like people.
The title means nothing, I just thought it was hilarious. I talk to Crespo about his movie reviews and we discuss other things that don't have anything to do with anything. It was a good time! So good in fact, that this episode ran a bit long. I'm sure you'll enjoy every extra minute!
The last of the Samantha recordings are here! With me this time is Broncho and Richard! More music talk (because that's what Samantha and I talked about) and random stories of things that have happened to the 3 of us since we've known each other (8th grade).
She's not, but that's her favorite band and I really didn't have any ideas for the name of the show. A good friend of mine, Ben, came down from Virginia for the #tomanddan7year celebration so I had him cohost the show with me! If you love punk rock and the massive subgenera that grew from it, you're going to love this episode. Plus, it's Samantha.
I'm alone on this one, though I have a few personal updates to share. The rest of the interview with Mickey resides in this episode. I don't have any more content from him, but I really hope to get him back in the studio in the future. Enjoy!
Bill from What's the Fuss was my guest cohost this time around and all of the content comes from meh interview with Mickey (Somehow, Corrupting the Kids). Believe it or not, I still have plenty more coming from him in the future! We talk about action movies, remakes and go in depth with Sesame street and 80's/90's TV shows.
I bet Trey's never heard that one before (the title). This is from the same interview that I did with him the last two times he was on. A few updates on changes to the show (that i'm almost certain everyone will think is better). Trey tells a story about a Drive-thru experience at his local McDonald's and we go on to talk about Drive-thru's in general. You'll love it. That's why you downloaded it, right?
That's right! This week I interviewed Mickey, former podcaster of Somacow and Corrupting the Kids. He'll be out soon with a new podcast entitled Stranger Letter. I'm a little wishy washy on the description in the opening because I wasn't sure I was getting all the details right.
Then there was the announcement that I now have a cohost on Tidbits, AJ Davis! I will no longer have to talk to myself awkwardly each week! This may be the best episode so far, and I think you will all agree.
We kick things off with Chico telling us a couple stories about how he wanders off when drinking with friends. Things are topped off with an interview with voiceover artist Joe I took a voiceover class with in Atlanta. This episode runs a little short but next week will be packed. The whole hour, you guys!
What would you do if you could only have 500 orgasms in your lifetime? This question posed from friend and former Answer Pants member, Tardolphin and his fiancee, Kim. So many variables! We could have gone on forever with the possibilities but decided to also talk about siblings and how much of a difference the age gap makes.
I talk to Steve Tailbuster formerly of The Experience about his exotic drinking while in the military, but not before bitching about Eraserhead!
I talk about the Dyatlov Pass Incident, probably for way too long, and then My friend (Hurricane) Bill tells about his birthday at the Mystery Dinner Theater. I've always wondered how those places worked and it's never been that far away from me. Have you ever been?
I kick off the episode with my alarming medical crap that happened this last week and I talk once again with Trey (from The Swervey Jones Show) about shopping and how stores break down into tiers! It's a segment you can't miss, and neither is my personal medical commentary because I know you care!
We look at Broncho's last recorded segment where the two of us talk about luxury buses and touring and all that! Then the next story comes from me. Even if you know me and have heard the story, I haven't told it right. I haven't had the time. I tell you about my escape from a mental facility that led to babysitting 3 kids. There are a few interesting tidbits along the way. Thanks for Downloading once again you guys!
So I got to have a chat with a high school friend of mine, Jonah. You can check him out at mattandjonah.com. We walkabout our favorite songs that appear last on an album, among a ton of other music stuff. This was quite the large Tidbit, so there's no second guest. Looking for something new to listen to? We discuss plenty. It's pretty obvious that he knows a lot more about music than I do though.
I interview Trey from the Swervey Jones Show (Must check out) and talk to my friend Rocky about Trash Island. Both are sweet, Both must be downloaded. Thank you for doing just that. Here's your sweet.
I finally get together with Kory (and of course AJ is there) from Kory and AJ's Degenerate School of Wizardry to hear a story about false accusations after a night of drinking. Broncho tells me about his opiate addiction and how he got through it. I missed two weeks but I'm back and this episode is well worth the wait! Also, website is nearly done. pfftradio.com.
Take your pick! Chico and I talk about Serial Killers, and Josh Turner and I discuss so-called "Ghost Guns" that don't have serial numbers. I swear I didn't do it on purpose. This is a can't miss episode, everything just gets exponentially better with every installment. Who could possibly stop listening at this point?
And they're done with no consequences. Drew, from Cinema Crespodiso joins us to talk about extensive damage he once did to a golf course with his car. The format seems to get a bit jostled as I bring in a guest co-host, AJ Davis, who you might remember from the first episode.
This episode's storytellers are Tony Rage and Broncho. Tony tells a personal story about a head injury he received with a few interesting effects and Broncho tells us about the Knights Templars and why Christopher Columbus was a nincompoop. I also added an outro!
This episode's storytellers this episode are Chris Crespo and A.J. Davis! Crespo (Host of Cinema Crespodiso) discusses his experience on "Doug Loves Movies" and A.J. shows us that it's possible to have a knife fight in which everybody involved is the victim!