Download from iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ari-shaffirs-skeptic-tank/id412764685?i=96428741
Or click here to start playing immediately: (Skeptic Tank #20)
A very special episode of Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank with my friend and former enemy and former former friend, Bobby Lee. He comes into the Deathsquad studios to talk about grudges in general and specifically the years we wasted hating each other. This is EXACTLY what I like about this podcast. It’s a (relatively) unemotional discussion about very emotional situations. Bobby is hilarious so it was really entertaining. I hope I come off as embarrassed about some of my behavior as I feel about it. At best, this episode will serve to help you let go of some of the hatred in your own life. Enjoy.
I have no idea, but somehow Bobby Lee has no website. So instead I’ll link you to a clip of his standup from The Laugh Factory. He’s hilarious. If he’s ever in your town, it’s one of the best standup shows you’ll see and there’ll be tons of hot young Asian puss there.
Download from iTunes here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ari-shaffirs-skeptic-tank/id412764685?i=96270688
Or click here for to start playing immediately: (Skeptic Tank #19)
For some reason, I once made friends with a professional bowler named Tommy Delutz Jr. He’s a comedy nerd and I’m a comedian. I love almost any form of competition so I’ve always been intrigued by life on the pro bowling tour. Tommy and I ran into each other at the 2011 Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Quebec and he was nice enough to take some time out of his busy day of enjoying doing absolutely nothing to talk to me for a little while. It was recorded on the voice memo app of the iPhone 4, so if it sounds weird, that’s why. Although it doesn’t really sound that bad. Good job, Jobs.