Rob O'Leary and Austin Charlesworth recount SUMMER SLAM in Denver.
Lucipher Divinitas is one of the most interesting guests I've ever spent time with. A strange yet fairly square upbringing led him down a road to the occult. We talk religion, film and photography, and his newest project HOLOCAUST OF EVE.
Faith lost her little daughter in a very strange and tragic circumstance. We go through the timeline of events, who was involved, and we discuss ways to get over tragedy
Laura has had a rough year. Early on, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lymphoma, very shortly after we connected. We discuss MMA, her health timeline, and how she stays strong to fight.
Sam Tallent, Roger Norquist, and Tobias Livingston came over the mountain from Denver to do some amazing stand up, and they stopped by The Sandwich. We discuss politics and what it takes to be a working comic.
Impromptu podding proves fruitful. Charles and I discuss our comedy idols, fighting personal demons, and his future project with comic Crank Williams.
The Silver Club Saloon plays host to a very interesting chat. We talk music, photography, and how tempers and attitudes can cause us to get in our own way.
Mr. Scott joins me in studio to discuss music, childhood, and things turn a bit existential. Check out Concrete Effect on Facebook HERE!
Staff Sargeant Lacy MacDonald calls up to talk how he gave up a possible football career to serve his country, how he dealt with the loss of a commrade, and how ONE MILITARY UNITED will help some soldiers get on with life after service. See what he is up to HERE!
Grandma Pat comes to see what I've tried to create, and tells a few family stories!
Matt Paxton calls in for an amazing chat! We discuss how he hit rock bottom gambling, his time on HOARDERS, and I throw some real life situations at him to test his therapist skills.
Hard to believe I've been at this for a year. Im joined by Rob O'Leary and Don Chaney in studio. We discuss future plans, stand up, and how our lives have changed since 2012. Special thanks to Tarasa D'Bella, Brett Tenza, Brad Hutchings, J Cobb, Kitten, Marbs, Nicole, Dr. Chim Rychels, Alex Hernandez, Eric Smith, and David Litsheim!
Alex Perrault calls in from the Twitterverse for an admittedly odd chat. We discuss pro wrestling, his time with Harley and the rest of the boys, and what made him decide to break off to build his own brand. Follow his personal Twitter account @TheAlexPerrault!
One of my father's "idols" would definitely be one of the most successful horse trainers on earth. Papa Lorenzo finally visits the show to help me steer through the early years, his mentors, and what the future holds for the savvy horseman. Check out all of Parelli's empire HERE!
The beautiful and charismatic Aeon Cruz meets with me at Prophetic Sandwich Studio West to have a little fun. We talk music history, music promotion, and we trade fun games.
An unlikely meeting of the minds happened at the KMTS Studio one day, where Kimberly Henrie introduced me to this young man. We discuss his work with BE HEARD TV, his love of Hollywood stories, and the possibilty of a new show under my network.
Stalking is a scary thing. Steve and Toni had a truly horrific 4 month ride end with the death of their daughter Morgan. They talk about her magical light in life, the beginning of the terror, and how officials have handeled the case. Check out the entire story at MORGANINGRAM.COM!
For being so young, Farrah Abraham is certainly battle-hardened. GFT makes its first foray into contacting "people" to bring something I feel is unexpected. Honest, funny, and candid, Farrah fields questions about Derek's funeral, the treatment she gets from the media, and how she will deal with her daughter when her actions are inevitably revealed. Learn all about the story by reading her book, which can be purchased HERE.
Supernanny Samantha Davis stops by for some fun story time. We discuss raising other people's kids, dating, and some interesting quality time spent with Denver Broncos' Champ Bailey.
Maddie comes by and we just kinda hang and shoot the breeze about family, friends, music, and her blog. Then we have fun with facepaint! Check out her awesome blog at SCAVENGEROFHUMANFLESH.BLOGSPOT.COM!
Follow me here. My podcast closely emulates Jay Mohr's MOHR STORIES. Jay lands a Fox Sports Radio gig and creates JAY MOHR SPORTS. This show has the TWITTER HAT TRICK CONTEST, where listeners live tweet jokes to win prizes. These listeners become an entity all their own, with the wacky banana time ensuing even when Jay Mohr Sports is off air. Brad and Cobb then begin a podcast about the TWITTER HAT TRICK CONTEST, and now they are my guests to discuss all of this silliness. Do yourself a few favors. Listen to Jay Mohr Sports > Follow #jaymohrsports on Twitter > laugh your ass off > Listen to THE TWEETING MOHRRIOR PODCAST at YOGURTEATER.COM.
Kevin stops in for a bit of bloodletting. We discuss his rollercoaster Hollywood story, the bumps in the road, and how College Pranks will get him where he wants to be!
Ancient Wind's driving force Austin Charlesworth comes by for silly time. The Seattle adventure is the centerpiece, and we talk family, love, and what it takes to be a Kirby vacuum salesman.
Nearly 25 years ago, a scary accident changed the Brouhard's world forever. Kara's mother Alice walks us through that tragic day, the recovery period, and how her interest in technology has given her the ability to help her disable daughter live independently.
Shadi Petosky is very kind to suffer my ignorance about the Trans community. We discuss her journey, binary sexuality, and what making the change has done for her happiness.
I love when a podcast changes me from ALOOF ASS to FULLY ENGAGED. I sit with Lucipher and Eric to discuss the conception, production eminent premiere of their short film RAVENOUS: YOU'RE THE MAIN COURSE. We get into a little spirituality, how Joshua Smith and Aeon Cruz drove the work, and the potential for the short to become a feature length. Check out the madness at RAVENOUSZOMBIEMOVIE.COM!
One of my best and oldest friends closes out the Denver tour with some silliness. We talk POGS, his time in the Air Force, and the dangers of social media.
Driven. Bubbly. Stunning. Reasons I hope my association with Candies is quite long-term. We meet in Cherry Creek to talk Inkspired Magazine coming up to its print form, her family's influence, and how she is going straight to the top.CHECK OUT THE AWESOME SEXINESS AT INKSPIREDMAGAZINE.COM
Instead of a face-to-face, I decided to record my feelings.
The boys of THE FRIDAY NIGHT METAL SHOW finally get together to talk music, tell stories, and apparently make a few confessions. CREED and AMON AMARTH punctuate the silliness.
This long awaited sitdown starts a little manic, trying to decide which of his 57 projects we should talk about. Soon enough with find the groove. We hit up music, business, and family before settling in on a recent devastating tragedy.
Prime, Phathead, Pogue and crew drop by from over the hill to discuss the rap game in Colorado. They talk their vision, cliques, and I throw down a challenge for a new album by summer's end. Sorry about the audio, 3 mics for 7 people.
Directly on the heels of Mr. Diamond's solo show, Rob jumps in for some buzzed podding. We talk stand up, Duuie hits on my asian sister, and Zero Dark Thirty raises a spectre of douchey-ness.
An old friend stops by to talk health issues, how social aspects affect us all, and her cancer scare.
Dahlia is an amzing model with an even better slant on her work. We talk about the business, her many publishing accomplishments, and how tragedy and a giving spirit helped her refocus her efforts for the greater good.
It's always great to have someone on who is SO fired up about his craft. One of Portland's premiere scene DJ's tells about his grunge roots, how Burning Man opened the digital door, and how what began as a volunteer crew has become an army in the service of realizing his dream of electronic immortality. Hang after to hear Deformaty & Lightspeed- Just Calm Down!
Gun control and the direction of the country is discussed on a beautiful Martin Luther King Day. New York's laws, Colorado laws and the tactics of the NRA volleyed here.
New friend and dream supporter Chris stops by The Sandwich. We admitedly attempt to rehash an old conversation, but we do stumble upon a little bit of wisdom. Check this out, even if its only for his amazing voice.
Ten years is a long time, and Mike has certainly been through alot in that time. We talk about his college and military prospects before focusing squarely on his marriage and divorce. Quite a story indeed, and not without its caution.
Off the cuff and out of the blue, we discuss guns, small town life, and alternative lifstyles.
Founder and President of Ocean Healing Group Frank Bauer takes time from an extremely busy schedule to lay down a powerful podcast. He speaks on his desire to help out disabled kids, meeting Christian Bailey, the X-Games, and joy he gives and gets thru his JAWS program. Check out OCEANHEALINGGROUP.ORG if you would like to contribute!
Rebekah and her lil guy Cy stop by to talk about ex-witness family members, the media, and the outlook a new mother has for her young son.
The youngest, yet most grown-up guest to grace Respectable Sandwich brings a fun yet heavy vibe. Ella Jade has cancer, as told by her mama in episode #32. Disjointed to be sure, I clumsily wade thru her most recent doctor visit, what she hopes for her family, and she turns the tables on me a bit near the end. Thank you Ella Jade.
Boris and I meet in The Aerie's Green Room to let it out, if you will. Alcohol is the subject. We discuss what it has done for us, what it has cost us, and our mutual plan for 2013.
Former model and local radio personality Kimberly Henrie joins me in studio. She walks me thru her early career, her voice over work, and we stumble across the sexy world of the SNEEZE FETISH! I also give her a bit of a rashing over the bumper that begins this particular show.
Just a brief vent after an awful tragedy.
An old family friends reveals much about his life during this episode. Mr. Reeves talks about how Pearl Harbor affected him, his past as a miner, and the rise of his own mining corporation. An AMAZING chat.
The president of GFT's unofficial sponsor J&P Companies checks in on his ROI in Respectable Sandwich. He and my lovely cousin chat about the town nightlife, growing up fast, and past affiliations. Jose also show gratitude for being given a forum to "let it out".
More family history...
A quick 20 minutes with my sister Tanya focusing on Interstitial Cystitis, an illness that has stolen her quality of life in her prime.
As usual, chatting with a family member serves to fill in the holes of the adult drama kids consume as crumbs. My auntie talks about how she met my uncle, life after divorce, and finishes strong with her accident involving a bungee cord.
Its my first time seeing an old friend in a long while. We talk about the old nightlife, police drama, and how to find true love.
Texts and pictures and Facebook posts can't really do justice to my feelings about my boys moving away. Emotion and an old man's insomnia drive my monologue. Good luck gentlemen.
Love is rekindled when I get an old friend on the phone. We talk about me as a tot, self mutilation and shitting pants. High brow stuff here.
Like him or not, Rob actually bares his soul during this show. Some seriously heavy stories flow, and the both of us implore all listening to resolve any family beef. Remember, LA FAMILIA ES TODO! (family is everything)
When you click to listen, please note that this is a conversation with a woman who is a week away from knowing whether her child lives or dies. Alcohol fuels a very emotional bloodletting here, as JD and Shellie walk us down Ella Jade's path. I'm glad she would come chat while she is in this state, and maybe it can raise more awareness for other families who deal with this. Go to caringbridge.org/visit/ellajadedreameraulik for current updates.
I'm sick of being Mr. Nice Host. My very own grandmother stops by, and boy, do I put the screws to her! We chat about her origin, her two marriages, and she adds a few pieces to the family puzzle in my memories.
How can a show be 3 years in the making? It happens when a good friend moves away. Now that Seth is back, we rundown his time away. I trash him about money and talk about how I ruined part of his wedding.
It's the first phoner podcast! Technology rules, and thats how I was able to chat with good friend and sworn enemy Chad Leny about his life in Florida, alcoholism, and what it means to be a great father.
Eric "Ericter" Gadsinski joins me on a sunny afternoon for a real get-to-know-ya hang. I ask him about his family life, his projects, and what he wants from his site, ERICTER.COM. And I obsess over his facial hair.