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The Dork Forest

Dork on Dork Dialog with Jackie Kashian. I am interested in whatever dorky thing you want to talk about. Guests speak to their love of books, TV, Movies, Comic books, websites, food, wrestling, cars, action figures and bees. There is room for all in The Dork Forest. This is a safe space. Credits: Music composed and performed by Mike Ruekberg (Sarah Cohen on intro) Audio fixes by Patrick Brady Website design by Vilmos
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Jun 1, 2012

Erin Foley is a GREAT standup comic and lovety loves the NY Giants. We spend a great portion of our time laughing. I hope you enjoy hearing people laugh. It was fun. You will like. Listen up.

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NOTES:

Jason Stuart

Susan Waldman

Erin on Conan last month

NY GIANTS

W. Kamau Bell did NOT record an ep. One day.

Tim Slagle

Veuve Cliquot Champagne

The Week

By Nightfall - Michael Cunningham

Stewart Lee How I Escaped My Certain Fate

Credits:
Audio leveling by Patrick Brady
Music is by Mike Ruekberg
Website design by Vilmos: who has his own podcast

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My websites are www.jackiekashian.com and www.dorkforest.com

Apps are available with the bonus contest: iPhone or Android
My websites are www.jackiekashian.com and www.dorkforest.com
Review the show on iTunes
Feel free to e me. Jackie@jackiekashian.com

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Apps are available with the bonus contest: iPhone or Android
My websites are www.jackiekashian.com and www.dorkforest.com
Review the show on iTunes
Feel free to e me. Jackie@jackiekashian.com

1 Comments
  • over five years ago
    Todd Mason
    Another day with little time for comment...but Erin Foley comes across as very smart and likable, indeed (well, I knew she was intelligent and funny from previous exposure to her work). I will take issue on the Pecksniff level with the notion of Jim Butcher's fantasies being science fiction...as opposed to, well, fantasy...and on a more serious level with the notion that sf is all bubblegum, which I think you imply here without meaning to...there's certainly bubblegum sf, and there's sf that's profound art by any standard (and all stops in between), just as with every other sort of fiction (including romance fiction, even given all the strictures put on romance fiction published as such...as a result, much--though not all--of the best romance fiction has to wait to be published as simply "fiction"). THE WEEK is a better job than I would've expected from the MAXIM guys, and it does tend to remind me of the long-vanished WORLD PRESS REVIEW, which did something similar in the '70s and '80s...but certainly THE WEEK is not so very comprehensive, even as Rachel Maddow is not "balanced" by Rush Limbaugh (Maddow is a mildly lefty commentator; Limbaugh is a far-right-wing bloviator...and there are a lot of people on electronic media even further to the right of Limbaugh, while those to the left of Maddow are often squeezed off the television and radio, at least). And there's nothing inherently noble about centrism...as Bill Clinton, among the champions of Bain Capital, seems to be intent on proving yet again of late...