This is an unedited recording of an event that took place in April at the Kelley Writers House at UPenn. There I was enjoying the hospitality of my good friend, Lew Schneider, and my new friend, Mingo Reynolds.
Episode 44 is called “Assisted Living”, but is not as sexy as that sounds. In this episode you’ll hear the voices of David Cross, Bob Odenkirk and Erica Rhodes. I talk about my need for assistance and my need for … Continue reading →
In this episode, I talk about three ways in which I consider myself “gifted”: My ability to hear dead people, to write a catchy tune, and to invent the very thing we need to make our lives better. I also … Continue reading →
This episode is called Frugal and Friendship. The first half deals with a really cheap way to make a voice over demo and the second half is road stories with a comic named Mark Schiff. Maybe I should call it … Continue reading →
In this episode I turn the tables on some guy in tech support, I ask BJ Novak and Todd Barry about geography, we hear comedian Ken Reid, the band Parks, and a lot of really stupid stuff with the audience … Continue reading →
A clip of musical guests Willa Mamet and Paul Miller performing their song Louisiana off their album East Hill Road. http://willamamet.bandcamp.com/album/east-hill-road Also. Here’s a teaser for the upcoming show… Your browser does not support the element.
I explore how some people use technology to keep other people at a distance. I take a look at the upside and downside of being placed on hold and I also return to my on-again off-again “affair” with phone sex.
In this episode I pose the question, “What would you do if you got a collect call from the Pope?” I ask whether it’s possible for a man to be too compassionate, and I talk to a woman who is … Continue reading →