Episode 123 — Dreams
Posted 23 September 2013 - 10:49 PM
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The albums I've listened to more than any other, however, belong to Lera Lynn. She is goddamned amazing.
And slings a mean cover as well.
Posted 26 September 2013 - 09:48 AM
I found David's mother's segment to be very sweet. He described her as a "hippy-type" and I think I got some of that from her remarks. But I also got it from David when he was so insistent on telling someone who was in one of his dreams about it in case they had the same dream. That just struck me as a sweet, hippy-type notion. What would it mean if they HAD the same dream?Yet, it seemed important to David. Cool.
Having had one face-to-face conversation with David, I can say he seems to be super-sweet, sincere and open-minded. If I may respectfully disagree with solareena's comment above. I think the beauty of PBO is that they do not debate the pros-cons of the subjects they feature. This gives guests a chance to fully express themselves without keeping their defenses up. There was a show on atheism. I hope there will be show on Religious Belief, or some such topic in the future. The hosts ask some challenging questions, but keep it light and funny.
When I received some not-super-positive comments on one of my appearances, David and Tig came to my defense and I truly appreciated it. I think the ability to listen to opinions that one doesn't necessarily hold and resist the temptation to debate and win is a sign of maturity (and class).
Finally, David is a very, very funny guy. He does some great impressions and has a ton of very funny material. I look forward to seeing him, the next time he ventures east.
Welp, that's been comment!
Oh, buy Humanitis and Explosion Land!!!!
Posted 27 September 2013 - 03:08 AM
He did an okay job, he was able to avoid dead air and all of the like basic stuff of being able to perform on radio he did fine, but I just don't think David is intelligent
Posted 27 September 2013 - 04:39 AM
I don't think he was really doing that. At one point, I think he said that people incorrectly refer to him as "the science guy" on the show.
Posted 27 September 2013 - 02:42 PM
I lose out on hearing a monotone unfunny man babble on about pseudo-science without a Dunnigan or a Notaro to save him by saying something actually funny? David is on the podcast to be mocked for saying ridiculous things that nobody cares about, hope this post was informative!