Vulgarity and golden toilets.
Leonard sits down with Lance Sebastian Schmegegge, the Chief Operational Talent Scout Champion at Spaghetti Enterprises.
Anonymous conversation with a friend who we'll call "Howard," but basically only call him that just right now. Howard and I discuss Ulysses S. Grant, mountain taxidermy, old hard drives, the burden of anxiety, etc.
New MacBook, an unpopular opinion about the Statue of Liberty, and a call for women to come on the show, all mixed together with not a little audio distortion.
A hopefully not completely sophomoric ramble about computers and how they aren't all that different from writing or art.
A quick word from our good friends over at Podcast Nation. Sponsored content.
Everyone thinks they could be a great president who's also funny, when really probably most people are only a bit funny and most would be lousy presidents.
Laura reads a story I wrote that we'll call "Veterans Affairs."
Another phone call, this time with my friend Jon, who is one of my favorite people (top two?), and also a programmer and lover of San Diego. We discuss making the case for a pay raise, digital addiction, dating profiles and, I'm sorry, computers.
The first episode with a guest. My brother, David, and I talk about Japanese garden bells, the writ of habeas corpus, nuclear annihilation and more.
Share this show if you like it.
First go at a fiction episode. Unscripted fiction. A story, or the beginning of a story, about a woman named Nina who works the morning shift at Au Bon Pain in LaGuardia Airport. Is it any good? We report, you decide, etc.
24-minute teaser for new podcast program, Nineball. Nineball will sometimes just be like this, me on a microphone, and sometimes with a guest, and sometimes with a piece of oRiGiNaL fIcTiOn.