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December 05 2013


5by5 | The Best of 5by5 #2: November 24 - 30, 2013

Highlights from this week's shows. http://5by5.tv/bestof/2

November 25 2013


5by5 | The Best of 5by5 #1: November 17 - 23, 2013

Highlights from this week's shows. http://5by5.tv/bestof/1
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October 04 2013


The CDC Health House w/ Carrie Poppy

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Carrie Poppy (of Oh No, Ross and Carrie!) and Shawna Leonard (on Twitter @endemictoearth) lead Jay on a tour of the CDC’s Health House, a spooky… well, it’s more scary… actually, it’s a horrifying look at how everybody’s house is always haunted by invisible bacteria. And during a government shutdown, with the CDC not being funded, who will come to save you? BTW, what’s “mersa”?

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August 27 2013


Letterman And 'Tonight' Vet Go Behind The Scenes Of Late Night : NPR

Fresh Air kicks off its late night TV theme week with a 1981 David Letterman interview, in which the host describes how late night TV changed the comedy business, and a 1988 interview with one-time Tonight Show executive producer Fred de Cordova. http://www.npr.org/2013/08/26/214921209/letterman-and-tonight-vet-go-behind-the-scenes-of-late-night

August 06 2013


The Best of Jawbone: We Built This Podcast on Chimps and Twinkies from the podcast

More Classic Jawbone in the feed. This is from March 5, 2005. If you've heard our theme song and wondered why D. Verada mentions chimps tearing faces off, this show is why. We feature a story about a couple attacked by chimps at a birthday party as well as feature a cover of Starship's "We Built This City" that was performed by the CEO's of Starbucks last winter.Come along for the ride!RSS feed. Download now. Also, don't forget to donate to The "Buy Jawbone Stuff With Your Money" Fund! http://www.podfeed.net/episode/The+Best+of+Jawbone+We+Built+This+Podcast+on+Chimps+and+Twinkies/109274

Jawbone #116: Interview with Mike Nelson of MST3K from the podcast

It's the interview we FINALLY got! For longtime fans of the show, this has been my white whale. the Moby DIck to my Captain Ahab...and we finally landed it. This is our exclusive interview with Mystery Science Theatre 3000's Michael J. Nelson. The pop culture refs come at you quick on this show, so be sure to have your pencils ready. We talk MST, summer movies, home theatre and what Mike and the Bots have been up to since the show was shot into space eight years ago. Enjoy!RUNNING TIME: 50:08SHOW NOTES:Links:Michael J. Nelson Official SiteSatellite News: Mystery Science Theatre 3000 Official SiteLegend FilmsPlan 9 From Outer SpaceReefer MadnessPeanut GalleryMusic:The MST3K version of the Jawbone theme song done by D. VeradaWhen I Held Your Brain in My ArmsThe Greatest Frank of AllMighty Science TheatreRSS feed.Download now. http://www.podfeed.net/episode/Jawbone+116+Interview+with+Mike+Nelson+of+MST3K/279794

July 03 2013


Coed (Unisex?) Strip Club w/ Avery Edison

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Meet two pioneers who are opening up the world of exotic dance to simultaneous performances by men and women, dancers and customers alike, goth or not goth. Featuring Avery Edison (on Twitter @aedison) and Chase Nordengren (follow his podcast on Twitter @DearBlankShow).

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September 05 2012


The Unexplainable w/ Tim O’Malley

Learn the best ways of dealing with a haunting with the host of “The Unexplainable”, a paranormal call-in show in Cleveland. How do you take back control of your home? What does it mean if objects start moving on their own? And wait, Bobcat Goldthwait isn’t dead, how can he be a ghost? Featuring special guest, Second City instructor Tim O’Malley. (Here’s Tim’s hit comedy musical “Godshow” on YouTube.) View in iTunes (1-Click Subscribe) No iTunes? No problem. Subscribe using any program you prefer. Photo by JD Hancock

September 02 2012


Celebrity Twitter Ghost Writer

Skimming Pool· Learn the shocking truth about how celebrities get so many Twitter followers and fake the appearance of being super-busy all the time. We’ve got exclusive access to a secret celebrity “ghost tweeter,” and he explains his in-depth process for getting to know clients such as Eliza Dushku and Fred Durst. Bring your appetite and a towel! Featuring Jordan Morris of Jordan, Jesse, Go! (iTunes Link) and Jay’s new favorite thing on the Internet:

August 21 2012


PodOmatic | Best Free Podcasts

In which Tim interviews one of his favourite people, (that is a reference), welcome to Season 2! Check out Peter's stuff: thechapertitlesweresogood.tumblr.com youtube.com/thepeteris bandcamp.com/thepeteris" name="DESCRIPTION http://humorlazerbeam.podomatic.com/entry/2012-08-19T04_08_55-07_00

July 28 2012


Magic: The Racketeering

Hi, Firecasters! This bonus scene is just for you guys. Scott and Jay got the suggestion of "magic" through the Facebook fan page, and a couple of different stories led to an epic battle for dignity.

February 13 2012


Writing Excuses Episode 21: Humor » Writing Excuses

July 18 2011


Professor Panini by Matthew Grigg

http://misternizz.podbean.com/ http://misternizz.wordpress.com A cautionary tale of a duck, a toaster, and buttered bagels.

July 15 2011


Stephan Evenblij tijdens Poëzie op Pootjes 2011

June 29 2011


The Adam Carolla Show - Kelly Oxford | The Adam Carolla Show

Blogger Kelly Oxford sits down to talk to Adam about the early days of blogging, and Bam Margera’s response to Roger Ebert’s offensive tweet. Adam also talks about carbon monoxide poisoning, and listen to another snippet of The Lotzi Tapes. http://www.adamcarolla.com/ACPBlog/2011/06/22/kelly-oxford/

June 14 2011


'The Onion': Mocking All Who Deserve It Since 1988

November 20, 2009 By the time a headline makes it to the front page of The Onion, it has already beaten out up to 800 other headlines vying for the same spot of treasured comedic real estate. So the headlines that made yet another cut — to be featured in The Onion's latest book, Our Front Pages — are pretty much the cream of the satirical crop. The ironically self-important tome (it's more than a foot tall) promises to entertain readers with "21 Years of Greatness, Virtue and Moral Rectitude" culled from the archives of America's Finest News Source. Onion story ideas are generated headline first, Onion editors Joe Randazzo and Joe Garden tell NPR's Renee Montagne. "The headlines come from long periods of desperation, boredom and a fleeting panic that we have to get our assignment done in time for the Monday meeting," explains features editor Garden. Seeing stupidity everywhere can quickly become a full-time job. "I've even talked to writers who've told me that it's an obsession," says Randazzo. "Nearly everything that they see, think or do gets instantly reframed into this kind of headline." Click to see the post-Sept. 11 issue of The Onion. (NOTE: Includes language that some readers may find offensive.) So The Onion's stories end up running the gamut from observations about the little injustices of everyday life (Chipotle Employee Just Gave Guy In Front Of You More Rice) to sobering commentary on global events (Hijackers Surprised To Find Selves In Hell). (Garden says he initially thought that the hijacker headline — which appeared in the issue of The Onion that came out immediately after Sept. 11 — was "too pandering," but it turned out to be a popular and "cathartic" story.) The Onion's post-Sept. 11 issue led with the headline U.S. Vows To Defeat Whoever It Is We're At War With. It ran alongside Not Knowing What Else To Do, Woman Bakes American-Flag Cake and Hugging Up 76,000 Percent. There are no truly untouchable topics, Randazzo says. But if the editors choose to tackle a sensitive subject, they try to make sure they aren't "just making jokes about horrible things with no context or no point or no heart." As for whether The Onion has a moral or political ax to grind, Randazzo doesn't think so. "I would not say that we are a group of Republicans, but I don't think we're a group of really left-wing liberals either," he says. It's equal-opportunity mockery, really, Randazzo explains: "We see something ... and say, 'Well, that's kind of stupid. They're acting kind of stupidly here. We should make a joke about that.' "

June 02 2011


Cold World

In a world... in the style of the hollywood announcer guy with a cold.

April 26 2011


Benny Hill Time

One of a series of radio shows Benny Hill did for the BBC in 64 and 65. This edition is from March 16, 1964. More to come your way after the rest of the disks... http://www.archive.org/details/BennyHillTime

April 24 2011


Mondo Diablo Episode 307: Everything You Know is Firesign

Throwing in some irreverent humor to break the seriousness and remind everyone that Easter was always more about bunnies and sex goddesses that it ever was about Jesus. Sure, Easter is about birth, and maybe even rebirth, since it's in the spring. Yeah, rebirth of vice that nobody gave up for Lent anyway. 40 days of guilt over succumbing to temptation is half of the religion, I guess, and Easter is just another carrot on a stick for an ass.

April 01 2011


Animal Stories

The one with the biker and the horse.
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