I interview stand-up comedian and public speaker Sareth Ney! We talk about a number of things, including his four year internship with Clive Barker!
This episode I talk to Jim Inzirillo about his wife getting and recovering from breast cancer. It's not sad, it's inspiring. Don't let that deter you from listening! This is easily one of my favorite episodes.
I talk about the incident at the Red Hen (yes, it's been a while since I've had an episode) and I talk to Crespo about HQ Trivia.
In this episode, I mention selfie bits, where it's just me talking about whatever I feel like talking about. No transition for it yet, but it's coming. I also have a Tidbit from Lance of the Caffeinds!
This recording was during the Cinco de Mayo event and had conversations between Peter (Scotch and "Good" Conversation) and Lesley (State of the Beer Union). It was about an hour long and this is the second half. Check out the last episode if you missed the first half!
This recording was during the Cinco de Mayo event and had conversations between Peter (Scotch and "Good" Conversation) and Lesley (State of the Beer Union). It was about an hour long, so the second half will be played on the next episode.
This episode's tidbits are recordings from the PFT Media and Get Rad Records event! Audio is surprisingly fantastic!
I start off by talking about the Whiskey Business event and a bunch of different details about the PFT Media and Get Rad Records Cinco de Mayo event. Just about every detail mentioned, I haven't mentioned before. Nick does a Tidbit about being falsely accused of being phobic of certain groups, though specifically in this case, with the subject of transgender people. I also get Trace's take. Finally, I talk about an article I read a long time ago involving voice assistants.
I start the episode off with a personal touch, talking about a video I saw on Schizophrenia with Anderson Cooper, then talk with Erick Feiling more about stand up and something fun he likes to do at festivals, and I dig a little deeper into screenwriting with Steven Seiding.
As promised in the episode, here is the link to the Anderson Cooper video:
In this episode I talk to screen writer Steve Seidman about writer's block, and stand up comedian Erik Feiling and I discuss various topics that kick off from a discussion about the Raspberry Pi.
We have more of Lance from The Caffiends and Rushmore. Also a new segment called Who Bits!
This episode we hear about Ken's one time stint as a baby driver and I discuss Coffee and video games with Lance from the Caffiends!
This episode I have more from conversations with Ken Kardatzki. We get to hear one of his stories (you'll have to listen), we finish up our talk about cancelled TV shows and then discuss David Allen Grier and how awesome he is.
We've got a fat shat on our hands. This Tidbit is pretty much the entire show, but it's wonderful! I talk with Ken Kardatzke about show that we thought ended too soon.
I speak with my Pinball loving friend Doug! He talks about a not so ordinary way people are buying video games, and tells us about some of his birthday memories.
We have a tidbit from Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn that I didn't hear until I had already recorded (which has never happened before), and I talk about my camping trip that I do every year with my cousin. Last year I interviewed my cousin (Ross) by the camp fire. If you'd like to hear it, check out episode 34. The number system for this podcast is strange, I know.
I celebrate Christmas on air with stories of how I've spent Christmases in the past. I do so with the help of my mother. Of all the things I've ever recorded, this has to be one of my favorites.
I got to talk to others about things I want REAL bad. I really want a standing desk, which I discuss with Amy Drew and Crespo, and I would kill for a tour bus (which I discuss with Ben), which is less likely to happen.
We have the same guests in today's Tidbits that we had last episode. Amy Drew tells us about the two years that she worked at Play Girl, including celebrities she met while there! Ben is back talking more about his movie Mock 'n Roll and we talk a little about working together in the past.
This episode we talk to Any Drew Thompson and Ben Bacharach White! Amy talks about hiking terrain other than Florida dirt and Ben tells Etchie about his movie that just came out, Mock 'n Roll!
Etchie is on his own on this one but manages to nail everything that's entertaining and important! Let Crespo know he did a great job and he'll give etchie a gold star!
We talk to Lee from Tom and Dan about how he got to where he is and how he got there. Great story, involving my favorite part, living in the basement of an arcade. Etchie should be so lucky.
Etchie is hosting this one alone, with back problems, using his cellphone record himself, and then edit on his laptop. Pretty need what you can accomplish even when you're injured these days!
In this episode Crespo and Etchie talk to Bill about his upcoming show, Pounding The Gap, a Sports Show! We then talk about a list of false cliches Etchie wrote down three years ago.
Also, like an idiot, Etchie forgot that this show is 30 minutes and made it an hour long. The show was an hour long in the past.
Etchie and Crespo swap middle school stories, talk about The Devil's in the Details (and play a clip of the first episode) and talk about the new Orlando Opinion podcast! They also discuss Censorship and what it means to them.
We talk about the latest Scotch and Good Conversation with "Marc With a C", Announce the new "Orlando Opinions" podcast with Mark Baratelli, PFTv starting up on YouTube with Billy D's Post Mortem and we speak with Drewster Cogburn from Cinema Crespodiso about his imitation of the Double Down sandwich from KFC.