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With "Write a Poem About It" STAB! wordsmiths are asked to spin verse of either the Angry, Erotic, or Instructional variety. Slam, sonnet, free verse, all styles are welcome, how ever the words move them. Science and comedy share so many elements. Like manganese and neon. Court Hansen expresses the periodic table of elements in the only way that makes any sense: in the form of a slam poem. The science nerds will get it. Hear the full episode HERE: https://spoti.fi/2N8gsxC
In STAB!'s "Department of Tourism", comedians are assigned the role of the new director of a made up city’s tourism board and charged with the task of trying to make us want to visit their city. They do that in many ways, these are some of them. Come see what everybody's groaning about in SillyJokesylvania! Let Jesse Jones show you around the rib tickling, eye rolling paradise that IS SillyJokesylvania! Knock-knock, (who's there?) Play. (play who?) Play this STAB! Cut now and enjoy! Hear the full episode HERE: https://spoti.fi/2qyGOgs
With "Write a Poem About It" STAB! wordsmiths are asked to spin verse of either the Angry, Erotic, or Instructional variety. Slam, sonnet, free verse, all styles are welcome, how ever the words move them. Even Stephen Ferris can't believe what he's about to read, in this ode to the tight, enveloping power of the compression sock, and HE wrote it. Share with him the joy that only purposefully tight hosiery can provide. Hear the full episode HERE: https://spoti.fi/2pNG7zD
"Dating Profiles of the Fictional and or Non-Fictional" pretty much says it all. Our comics are asked to create online dating profiles for anything from celebrities to inanimate objects. Funkalicious beats, rock climbing, COOKING! Edgar Granados invites you to get to know Acid Jazz, learn to fly in a world of mystery and fusion. Scat with Edgar, feel the moment, let loose, let your spirit jog through time and space! Listen to the entire episode HERE: https://podknife.com/episodes/1745837
"Reorganization" is a popular prompt often appearing in a typical episode of the comedy podcast program: STAB! In it comedians are given an existing acronym, asked to re-imagine it and share with the audience what it now stand for, and who it represent. There are a lot of ways to resolve conflicts. Here, Jesse Jones encourages you to consider presenting your POOP when trouble rears it's smelly head. Because Pleasant Options Open Possibilities! Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=46218150
With "Write a Poem About It" STAB! wordsmiths are asked to spin verse of either the Angry, Erotic, or Instructional variety. Slam, sonnet, free verse, all styles are welcome, how ever the words move them. It's not that Chris Emery was the first to see it, but he WAS the first to articulate the desire that we all have deep down inside for these tiny butt holes, covered in cheese. Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=43570158
In STAB!'s "Department of Tourism", comedians are assigned the role of the new director of a made up city’s tourism board and charged with the task of trying to make us want to visit their city. They do that in many ways, these are some of them. Have you always thought a place with streets lined with broken dreams and discarded hentai magazines would make a perfect place to call home? INDUBITABLY! Well so has Joe-Joe Louis, so let him show you around Joe-Joe-A-Ville! Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=43186549
"Dating Profiles of the Fictional and or Non-Fictional" pretty much says it all. Our comics are asked to create online dating profiles for anything from celebrities to inanimate objects. Hey dork! Listen to Jesse Jones tell you about the internal conflicts that a middle school bully has to deal with all while tryin' to find someone to punch walls with! And how important Aerosmith is to DEALING! Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=43570158
With "Write a Poem About It" STAB! wordsmiths are asked to spin verse of either the Angry, Erotic, or Instructional variety. Slam, sonnet, free verse, all styles are welcome, how ever the words move them. It's a poem two-fer! Jordan Gannon just couldn't poetically express himself properly with a single poem about yoga pants, so he crammed in two. You lucky so-and-so! Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=37181510
"Celebration Time"/"This Was Today Once" invites guests to share how they are, will or have celebrated historic or not so historic moments that just so happened to fall on the day of the show. Tyler Kinney uses the power of misrepresentation to build an empire on Catfish Day. So many jet skis and llamas, just there for the taking, and all you have to do is make someone feel special. Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=45078351
"Dating Profiles of the Fictional and or Non-Fictional" pretty much says it all. Our comics are asked to create online dating profiles for anything from celebrities to inanimate objects. Sometimes you just need a cozy night in, with a little sip of red. Danielle Mandella shares the dating profile of the home body we sometimes forget about, resulting in blood toxicity. Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=38230865
With "Write a Poem About It" STAB! wordsmiths are asked to spin verse of either the Angry, Erotic, or Instructional variety. Slam, sonnet, free verse, all styles are welcome, how ever the words move them. Alfonso Portela gives a fresh re-interpretation of a holiday classic, telling the story of the psychological effect of seeing Mommy giving Santa Clause a special kind of kiss. Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=41800830
"Celebration Time"/"This Was Today Once" invites guests to share how they are, will or have celebrated historic or not so historic moments that just so happened to fall on the day of the show. Behold the decree of High Emperor Groucho the Second (Jesse Jones)! No, you'll actually like the decrees. They're pretty awesome. Grab a knife and bowl! You'll need 'em! Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=41551532
In STAB!'s "Department of Tourism", comedians are assigned the role of the new director of a made up city’s tourism board and charged with the task of trying to make us want to visit their city. They do that in many ways, these are some of them. Get in your car which has been likened in size, to a WHALE, and come on down to B-52s-atopia, Ben Feldman's gonna show you around and maybe take you out for some LOBSTER! Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=41844782
"Dating Profiles of the Fictional and or Non-Fictional" pretty much says it all. Our comics are asked to create online dating profiles for anything from celebrities to inanimate objects. It's tough to get back out there after one of the most famous cases of immaculate infidelity in the history of the printed word, but Tyler Kinney helps the Virgin Mary try to get back on the market. Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=36643294
"Location, Location, Location" gives our comedians the task of selling us on why we should come to their business, despite it's less than ideal location. Hey pally, you need a little help in your kingdom of squares? Well then let Jesse Jones tell you all about deez guys he knows at Front Row Professionals. Dey GAHDIT! Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://bit.ly/1Tpvtox
In "Vows to an Asshole" panelists are presented with a universally recognized asshole, to whom they will be professing their undying love and commitment in their own personally prepared wedding vows. Under this altar of woven limbs, Alfonso Portela proclaims his love for Vlad the Impaler to be ever greater than any stack of dead babies this or any other world world has ever known. Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=39940050
"Location, Location, Location" gives our comedians the task of selling us on why we should come to their business, despite it's less than ideal location. Zach's not a smart man, but what he does know is tasty. So come on down to one of his three Panda Express locations in this world where all the people are made of orange chicken! He promises not to serve you... As food... Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=40514483
In "Vows to an Asshole" panelists are presented with a universally recognized asshole, to whom they will be professing their undying love and commitment in their own personally prepared wedding vows. Here Cheryl Anderson reads her heart felt vows to a Parking Enforcement Officer, it is a love which will last for a very specific period of time, a love which can be removed at the owner's expense if all signs are not fully read and understood. Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=40184334
"Reorganization" is a popular prompt often appearing in a typical episode of the comedy podcast program: STAB! In it comedians are given an existing acronym, asked to re-imagine it and share with the audience what it now stand for, and who it represent. It's difficult, being a person of any color other than white, and holding off the forces of caucasia. Alfonso Portela knows the struggle and shares it with you in his story of TWA or Total White Assimilation. Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=40322518
"Reorganization" is a popular prompt often appearing in a typical episode of the comedy podcast program: STAB! In it comedians are given an existing acronym, asked to re-imagine it and share with the audience what it now stand for, and who it represent. Heterosexual threesomes can be fraught with danger. Just check out the news (http://negrosagainsthairlineabuse.com/sticky-situation/)! If only they'd heard Jesse Jones' rules for the HTTP, a life may have been saved... Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=40153384
In "Movie Make Up", comics are given movie titles, which we (John) have (has) made up, and are then asked to give a synopsis of that new movie, from any genre or style that they so choose, inspired by the fake title. There is an old Spanish Folktale that is known by Jesse Jones which speaks of the day El Diablo taught young Manuel a valuable lesson: Be a Cock, have Cock fingers! It's a weird folk tale... Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=40271145
"Location, Location, Location" gives our comedians the task of selling us on why we should come to their business, despite it's less than ideal location. Hey, hi, hi. Need vape supplies? Need lunch? Edgar Granados wants, he NEEDS you to come to Harold L. Vaperman's House of Vape! These prices are so low and this business is so illegal. Please buy something, but don't tell the principal! Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=40271145
"Location, Location, Location" gives our comedians the task of selling us on why we should come to their business, despite it's less than ideal location. English and brethren alike, Nick Brunner invites you to enjoy the fellowship of Honest Abraham Yoder's Loaves and Fishnets for the finest in good Amish fishnettery. Listen to the entire episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=40271145
In STAB!'s "Department of Tourism", comedians are assigned the role of the new director of a made up city’s tourism board and charged with the task of trying to make us want to visit their city. They do that in many ways, these are some of them. COME, join Tyler Kinney on the Isle of Soft Rock where you can be who you want to be, hip, confident and unafraid of disease. Do mind the rocks they are quite soft. Hear the full episode HERE: http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=41182368
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Podcast Details

Created by
STAB!
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Feb 12th, 2015
Latest Episode
Jan 9th, 2020
Release Period
Daily
Episodes
81
Avg. Episode Length
2 minutes
Explicit
Yes

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