Shootin’ It with Jayme K. | Episode 62: “Rich Vos”

Stand up comedian and producer of Women Aren’t Funny Rich Vos guest stars to talk about his newly released documentary, his addiction to crack and the incident that made him go sober, the death of Robin Williams, his two season stint on Last Comic Standing, the decline of Atlantic City, how appearing as the first white comic on Def Comedy Jam hurt his career, the comedic titan known as Sinbad, and more.

Buy Women Aren’t Funny on iTunes: http://goo.gl/kTp71u 
Follow Rich Vos on Twitter: @richvos
Subscribe to Shootin’ It on iTunes: iTunes Link

Shootin’ It with Jayme K. | Episode 62: “Rich Vos”

Stand up comedian and producer of Women Aren’t Funny Rich Vos guest stars to talk about his newly released documentary, his addiction to crack and the incident that made him go sober, the death of Robin Williams, his two season stint on Last Comic Standing, the decline of Atlantic City, how appearing as the first white comic on Def Comedy Jam hurt his career, the comedic titan known as Sinbad, and more.

Buy Women Aren’t Funny on iTunes: http://goo.gl/kTp71u 
Follow Rich Vos on Twitter: @richvos
Subscribe to Shootin’ It on iTunes: iTunes Link

Click here to support Shane Kilby by Heidi Low ]

lohannahmontana:

my cousin passed away this weekend. he was the most loving and positive person. used to pick me up and spin me around until i almost threw up and hugged me until i couldn’t breathe. he held my grandmother’s casket two weeks ago, and i know he’s up there holding her hand now. 

if any of you can contribute, or even pass this on, i’d greatly appreciate it. i just want to help his parents and siblings any way i can in this terribly difficult time.

That Lit Podcast | Episode 5: “Cassandra Dallett”

Bay area writer and author of Wet Reckless Cassandra Dallett joins host Alexandra Naughton for an engaging discussion about mental illness, the writing process, and growing up.

Look to the Cookie: Robin Williams, Rape, and Ferguson ]

looktocookies:

In Episode 139, Germar talks around these topics, from a broader and alternative perspective. But first, Vegas sucks if you’re already awesome.


Many people, who think they’re smart, will want to respond to this by citing FBI stats. One, the FBI begs you not to use their inaccurate and misleading stats on the site where you found them. Two, all of the stats you’ll find are about the numbers of arrests and inmates. Really smart academics work hard to figure out the numbers of people committing crimes. Those studies come to the same conclusions: across the board, racial groups commit every crime at the same rate. 

Shootin’ It with Jayme K | Episode 17 “Is the Internet Slowing Maturity?” (10/20/2014)

In this episode Jayme & Kenney discuss: Kenney’s new girlfriend, artistic censorship, nostalgia stifling the maturity of a new generation, their books - Disorderly and Life Tone Changed, Star Wars, Christoph Paul and his short story collection ‘The Passion of Christoph’, the strain between having a girlfriend and female friends, bath salts and bad hallucinogenic trips, and the future of the podcast.

Shootin’ It with Jayme K. | Episode 60: “Macon Blair”

Blue Ruin star Macon Blair stops by the show to talk with Jayme about the film (directed by Jeremy Saulnier), crowd-funding, filmmaking, his history with Saulnier, and more.

Monologue topics include: Practice Makes Perfect, cringe worthy responses to fan mail, Norm Macdonald, and a potentially big announcement regarding the future of Shootin’ It.

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The Kenney Dorcely Show | Episode 1: “Jayme Karales” (08/04/2014)

In the pilot episode of The Kenney Dorcely Show Kenney speaks with author and filmmaker Jayme Karales (DisorderlyThe Extractor) about his upcoming movie Practice Makes Perfect and his travels around the country.

The Kenney Dorcely Show | Episode 1: “Jayme Karales” (08/04/2014)

In the premiere episode of The Kenney Dorcely Show author and filmmaker Jayme Karales stops by to talk about his upcoming movie ‘Practice Makes Perfect’ and his travels around the country.

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