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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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Dec 9, 2011

John Deboer is a great comic from Minneapolis.  It’s the last ep from Acme Comedy Company’s 20th Anniversary in Minneapolis. We talk about in car automotive entertainment… for a long time. Comedy lends itself to tinkering it seems. It’s fun. Enjoy.

 

December Donation Button: This month donate here: http://feedingamerica.org/

 

Credits:

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

 

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Jackie@jackiekashian.com

 

NOTES:

me@johndeboer.com

Stewart Lee – UK Comic (one of my faves)

Smokey and the Bandit

Cheers – can’t find the episode but here’s something.

Master Chef

BurnOut

Wordpress – plug ins

Making a Ring Tone – I googled it

Guy Funny – 5min bit that isn’t on the CD I sent you. If you got it from me

     Its 99c… hit me up for it when you see me live and I’ll hand you a buck.

     The whole album is actually $10

Michael Thorne

John Bush

Daytona Real Estate School

John’s Schedule

 

APP Bonus NOTES:

I TRY TO EXPLAIN CHEERS TO ANDY

(patrick's response to the bonus, "It's hilarious to me picturing the difference between you and John Deboer talking about that one Coach scene and laughing, and then Andy sitting stone-faced while he listens to the exact same story. It's like a 5-second metaphor for all of stand up comedy." True). Get the APP: iPhone or Android

2 Comments
  • over five years ago
    jackie
    hey! i responded to this. well Todd, know it was euridite. or at least encouraging.
  • over five years ago
    Todd Mason
    Still (still!) racing with clocks here, but as you've probably remembered by now, Little Nemo was the comic-strip kid, in Winsor McKay's Slumberland...and through only some fault of my own, I've seen SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT more times than I have any other movie (it was the original KING KONG up to the point the public-domain prints disappeared from tv, when I was about eleven or twelve and I'd seen it about ten/twelve times from about age four or so)...family members wanted to see it, it was the only film my cousin had for his new RCA videodisc system (the one with a stylus, no less), it was endlessly on HBO the summer my family lived in a 1-bedroom apartment/minimum security prison in Waikiki when I was just old enough to go escape to the lobby at night to read, but not old enough to actually go anywhere...so after having been not quite forced to see it about ten times, I started watching at least a chunk of it whenever I came across it for anti-bragging rights. I have a copy of NEVER/BREAD from you at the dead NYC club, and Alice has a copy I bought her from Amazon, so we have both states...but what I really dig is the cover with you in the butcher smock with the babydolls and the chunks of beef...no, wait...and THE WIRE has its funny bits and even its unintentionally goofy bits along with its searing and bleak bits. Not the best series ever but still very solid (ONCE AND AGAIN and HOMICIDE: LIFE ON THE STREETS--from the WIRE folks mostly--are still probably my one and two, with SCTV constantly threatening to take back at least the #2 slot)...did the historical distance and the Shakespearean elements make DEADWOOD, at least as grim as THE WIRE, somehow less depressing?