Comedian Bobby Slayton walked in the door talking and he didn't stop talking until he left an hour and a half later. In fact, he may never have stopped talking. We're not sure because he went out of range. Rather than attempt to explore the entirity of what he talked about, it would be more expediant to list what he did not talk about: Puppies, cake and archeology. Almost all other topics are in the pod cast. Mind you, Laura and I don't exactly talk in the show. Not full sentences anyway. We attempt to talk and then we are insulted by Bobby who then continues talking. Actually, it's really me who gets insulted. He likes Laura. Warning: This is a very racy show. A lot of cursing and adult content. So play it loud! Ha ha.
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Our guest for pod cast #28 is Comedian Tig. Click and enjoy as we talk about comedy, Katrina Relief, Making people feel uncomfortable (pros and cons), hugs, parties, Jim Gaffigan, brushes with death, humping, evites, and Jimmy Kimmel. Plus, listen for a surprise speakerphone, unbeknown-st to her guest appearance by Sarah Silverman. It's all here for the clicking.
Weezy and The Swish podcast 27*this episode has been found!* Weezy writes: Weezy and The Swish welcome comedian, Dan Smith to the pod cast this week. Dan is an accomplished performer who has entertained the troops in 27 countries and opened for George Lopez at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. If that doesn't impress you, than try this... He gets free shoes and gum from New Balance and Wrigley's respectively. Together with Weezy, the Swish and Matt, Dan discusses such evocotive topics as: comedy, travel, the internet, My Space, the people of Iceland, free gum, free shoes, George Lopez, Lawrence Fishburn and San Francisco police officers who make tawdry/controversial spoof videos with tax payer dollars. Click, listen and enjoy.
Weezy writes: Investigative reporter, Diane Dimond and her husband, radio news anchor, Michael Schoen are this week's guests. Together, along with Weezy and The Swish they take on the topics of news, reporting, news reporting, technology, the media, childhood, love, marriage cheeseballs and zombies. Diane Dimond is the author of a brand new book on the Michael Jackson case, titled "Be Careful Who You Love." Her husband, Michael Schoen is a radio personality at WCBS in New York City. Settle in, click and enjoy. This is some top notch podcasting right here.