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  1. We are new to podcasting but learning it quickly. Apparently there is a learning curve. We would like to grow and welcome all feedback from everyone. Check us out.
  2. YippeeKiYay

    It Takes Two (1988)

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  3. KvoTheBloodless

    Why is literal theft being lauded?

    One of the few times I've found an interesting topic addressed in poor light - is in this new con podcast.... I love Paul f Tompkins, but barely found anything else redeeming about the first episode.... The way in which "con" is portrayed in the episode - it is honestly tough to discern what stance the podcast is choosing to take.... For example: in "dumb people town" - another podcast about obviously criminal choices (which inevitably have a net negative effect on society) - it's at least obvious that the hosts may revel in the comedic aspect, but those hosts never cross the line into actually condoning those negative behaviors.... It was frustrating to hear, what appeared to be, an actual celebration of the thought, "I should do that" or "that's a good idea" - sounded about an obviously societally detrimental idea.... Knowing that this might be taken out of context, I would propose that this podcast signals in such a way that inherently increases the problem of racial, economic, and societal Injustice... A struggling person would listen to that first episode and easily might think "... Those famous people find it funny or endearing - and the story ends up with them celebrating it.... Why not try for the big game?!".... And the affluent are likely to think "Well .... Listen to the liberal criminals - thinking that 'Robin Hood' is still a viable justification for outright theft"..... I don't have much sympathy for the rich, whom have allowed themselves to fall prey to scams.... But, nor do I celebrate those that commit actual felonies - in order to literally steal.... The podcast is almost just the opposite of dumb people town - in which I feel the exact wrong things are being lauded as admirable... It celebrates the stupidity in such a way that it seems un-ironic.... And that is setting back society (and I hesitated to even say this... But it's setting back racial stereotypes, too..... Do you really think that person in Manhatten - who has the fucking money to give - is going to hear this, and say anything other than 'I was right the entire time for never giving a dime to anyone'....? And that sets back economic and racial diversity by a real and measurable amount.... The more we believe that the rich 'must protect themselves', and that the poor 'will do whatever it takes' - the greater the divide in our nation will be...) Basically, I came off of that first episode... Feeling intellectually insulted. As a self-proclaimed liberal, I can't possibly think of an agenda, by which this would actually better society.... And, as a liberal, I literally can only conclude that this is actually consciously counter-culture.... A literal call to arms. That, this is a celebration of that which completely disregards social law - in favor of subjective "social justice"... WHICH IS NOT AN ACTUAL LIBERAL AGENDA. NO ONE REALLY WANTS THAT It seems to assume that everyone who has fallen victim to scams - either deserved it, could afford it, or didn't personally do enough to avoid it.... And Paul f Tompkins' own personal stories already proved that wasn't always the case! Yet, the podcast seemed to still take this oddly (over-ironic?) - simply terrible approach - of actually addressing the reality of the topic.... If they could have actually told me anything I didn't already know about the subject.... Maybe that would be redeeming... But, the reality is: I learned next to nothing; I felt like the opinions expressed were detrimental to the overall discussion about the topic of criminal behaviour and "Justice"; and, it really just came off in generally poor taste. As a fan of comedy: meh As a fan of actual progressive social discourse: terrible. Absolutely awful
  4. Hi! I am a recent college graduate looking to begin a career in comedy. I have extensive experience writing comedy, mainly from serving as one of two Editors in Chief of my college humor publication, The Yale Record, and from performing standup. I am very passionate about podcasts and would love to work for Earwolf! I would be happy to send along my resume if needed. Thank you so much! - Jake Houston
  5. "Plug Us Up" - lyrics written by Gabriel Manak of MANAK. Input, Output, Bigfoot, Proudfoot. They love Plugs. Thin man, Aukerman, Comedians flock to him Cos they've got Plugs. You've got Plugs. Plug us up!
  6. Kel Kel

    Iceman (2014)

    synopsis: An imperial guard and his three traitorous childhood friends ordered to hunt him down get accidentally buried and kept frozen in time. 400 years later passes and they are defrosted continuing the battle they left behind. Oh boy, where to begin... I immediately thought "what a field day Paul, June, & Jason would have with this movie." There are flashbacks that come out of nowhere, superhuman strength, Krishna's Penis, & crazy long streams of piss (you'll see). It came out in 3D, I didn't watch it in 3D, but I imagine it was silly. I would actually recommend this movie because it's kind of hilarious and has some great fight scenes, but you really need to see it to understand. I watched it because it has Donnie Yen (Ip man). Oh Donnie... It's on Netflix, so you don't need to buy it. HOW DID THIS GET MADEEEEE??? TELL MEEEEE! imdb: ICEMAN
  7. Sketchy Nonsense

    We're Still Trying...

    Hey everyone we're back to try to get literally anyone to listen and give feedback. This podcast of ours is one of our normal improv comedy podcast: This podcast is a bit more obscure with one of the reoccuring characters we have, Mr. Fingernails:
  8. I've been holding in this fart for 6 hours now and... oh god... here it comes...
  9. Hey everyone my name is Nick from Sketchy Nonsense. We have been trying to reformat our show to make it better. We have been going for more of a comedy route as of late and would love some feedback. Linked below is two podcast that we have tried this format on. We're trying to use news and other topical things with comedy sketches. Let us know how we are doing or what we could do better. Thanks
  10. TinyRick

    The Rob and Slim Show

    Sub The Rob and Slim Show on iTunes. It's the greatest thing I've ever heard! https://itunes.apple...lim/id992986831
  11. jaredliveson

    "Plugs"

    https://soundcloud.com/aredivesn/plugs by Jake and Jared (Pussyeater69 was taken)
  12. btw name is tate ak https://www.facebook.com/tateakmusic/ https://tate--ak.bandcamp.com/ PLUGS! PLUGS! PLUGS!
  13. I have zero doubt in my mind that self-promotion on here is frowned upon. BUT HEY, FROWNIN' TAKES A LOTTA MUSCLES AND WE COULD ALL USE THE WORKOUT! I co-host a podcast with my buddy Cody called Honey, I Shrunk the Binge! The concept of the show: we take a show we've never seen before and watch only the series premiere and series finale and review it! Countless hours of binge-watching carelessly condensed into an hour! We are still new to this and any feedback or recommendations for shows to tackle would be greatly appreciated! You can find us at http://www.HoneyIShrunkTheBinge.com or on Apple Podcasts & Stitcher <333333333333
  14. Hi all, I am very new to podcasting, and would really love some feedback on the first few episodes of my podcast, which I have put together with a friend. I hope this doesn't seem like self-promotion, I am just very unsure as to whether the format of the show is good! It's a show where we take pop culture references and interpret them overly literally (all satirically!), and it's called "Literally What Does That Mean?". Any feedback in the comments would be great, or I can give you my email address if that's better! Thanks, Joe https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/literally-what-does-that-mean/id1234743933?mt=2
  15. first time / long time hope u like https://soundcloud.com/cfboyd/gimme-that-plug/s-Nl6yR
  16. Another submission for the Plugs theme of Comedy Bang Bang. "Hey There Scott's Guest"
  17. The 3 Wankers

    New Podcast with 3 Wankers

    An Englishman, Mexican and a Canadian from a small town in Southern Ontario are The 3 Wankers. This is a new podcast that consist's of 3 best friends that just chat about whats going on in their life, the shit thats going around in the world, we pretty much talk about anything. We just wanna expand and share to some other listeners around the world, we're just having a good time. Here are some of the links: http://the3wankers.podbean.com/ https://itunes.apple...st/id1217638751 https://play.google....Wankers_Podcast All views are of our own, viewer discretion is advised if your offended easy. Thanks for reading, The 3 Wankers https://www.facebook...he3wankpodcast/ https://twitter.com/3wankerspodcast https://www.instagram.com/the3wankers/
  18. Sketchy Nonsense

    Newer Wrestling Podcast

    Hey everyone, this is Nick from Sketchy Nonsense. We got a show for people who love wrestling and are looking for a good podcast on the subject matter. We usually do predictions on upcoming Pay Per Views, Recaps of those PPV's and we always do a review of a new beer every podcast in a segment called "Beer Of The Week" We release a new podcast every Wednesday and I'll warn you is does contain some NSFW language but if you love humor such as Comedy Bang Bang, you should be ok with our style. Below is a link to our most recent show: Also for the people who would like to revisit the wonderful days of WWE past during such times of DX and other's you can check out the podcast where we review older PPV's in our podcast series called Wretro Wrestling. Link below: Please give feedback as that's the best way for us to get better. Thanks!
  19. Chet_Friendly

    Fact Up! Podcast

    Hey kids. This embarrasses me because I know how this looks. Some pathetic new podcast host begging for attention from people he knows are selective about what they listen to. HOWEVER, please, just allow me to introduce you to the Fact Up! podcast. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/fact-up/id1056780413?mt=2 It's three comedian/improvisers based in London. The premise is that we're trying to be intellectually informative but are often de-railed in that endeavour by a very strange guest. We've done over 50 episodes so there's plenty for you to sink your ears into. Here's a recent GEM - Episode 51, all about China; http://www.on-soap.c...-jonathan-broke Listen, subscribe, tell pals, download all episodes to your phone then throw your phone in the ocean then buy a new phone and repeat until volcanic ash blackens the sky? Thank you for taking the time to read this and please now continue having a great life. Ian
  20. here's the Link for our new podcast that we uploaded the other day https://soundcloud.c...ided-discussion We hope to make you laugh from our discussions or at least laugh at us. Any words of advice would be strongly appreciated, I love your face. Also you can contact me at shawnmcallister1@gmail.com
  21. Sketchy Nonsense

    Sketchy Nonsense Podcast

    Hey everyone, we are a sketch comedy group just starting out in the podcasting world. We are a few episodes deep and are in deep need of feedback to try and improve upon things. Please give us a chance and a listen. The episode linked below is our Best Of 2016 show but we many many more. https://soundcloud.c...-2016-a-podcast We have a few different shows that we do which are all listed on our soundcloud and Itunes page as well as our website www.sketchynonsense.com . Please check us out and let us know how you like it and what we can do better, Thank you so much!
  22. Hi everyone, i have been looking for a place to discuss podcasts for a long time both DIY and very well produced ones like on earwolf, hopefully this is the place i have been looking for. I figured i would post my podcast to start, i would recommend starting on Episode 15 because we got much better equipment, the sound quality is much higher. i welcome any feedback and give it a chance, they are only 30 minutes and the first 5-10 tend to be a lot of set up with the pay off coming in the second half of the episodes. thanks all
  23. Debatably Funny is the only podcast that makes the listener ask, "Is this podcast funny?" Calling all improvisors, actors, comedians, Earwolf-heads, and podcast connoisseurs; Debatably Funny wants you! Do you have a character idea that you're dying to try out but haven't yet gotten that call from Scott Aukerman? You're in luck! Debatably Funny is a free-form comedy podcast that blends improvisation, sketch, and character interviews to create a uniquely funny podcast experience, and we want you to be a part of it. As a guest on Debatably Funny, you will have the freedom to explore the full breadth of your own creativity. You will be able to create your own character complete with a backstory, a personality, and a want. You will have the opportunity to plug your other projects to our listeners. You will have something spectacular to add to your comedy resume. Plus, there will be opportunities to become a recurring guest if you have more that you would like to explore with your character or if you have another character idea you'd like to try out. As long as you have a microphone and an internet connection, you are eligible as a guest no matter where in the world you are located. If you are interested in being invited to guest on Debatably Funny, please reply to this posting, tweet at us at @DebatablyFunny, or e-mail us at debatablyfunnypodcast<at>gmail.com. (We ask that potential guests familiarize themselves with the tone and style of our show. You can visit our website at debatablyfunny.com or download our podcast via iTunes or your favorite podcasting app.) Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!
  24. I recently started a weird dark humoured improv podcast called Podcast Hotel. It is set at the fictional Milton Motel Hotel Chain, each week (Tuesdays) host Ron Jamm interviews guests of the hotel who are awful people because it's an awful place. It can be a bit on the offensive side, a lot on the stupid side and just a weird time all around. If you're looking for something new please check us out. http://podcasthotel.weebly.com http://soundcloud.com/peter-reed-843052053 http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/podcast-hotel/id1133704347 http://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Inpersc43yrrrt5gaqhi27taprm http://facebook.com/podcasthotel @@miltonmotel
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