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by David Todd McCarty | Thursday, August 27, 2015

 

I don’t do cards. Not for birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, baptisms, funerals or Christmas. Never did. I don’t believe in them.

In 1996 I met a woman who didn’t believe in cards either. We were married a year later. I’m not saying that was the only reason, but certainly a contributing factor.

She also liked John Denver, so there’s that.

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Our first episode. Monday, September 7, 2015. Labor Day. Featuring Elise Brita on the Co-Host Mic and Heather Runyon on the Angry Dave Skype Line. We talk about Labor Day, life at the shore, poo water and the lack and sex and alcohol in Afghanistan. Among other things. We’re working out the kinks still. Getting comfortable on the misc. So stay tuned. Subscribe to the feed so that you get new podcasts downloaded automatically. It will get better.

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by David Todd McCarty | Monday, August 24, 2015

 

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about what form the podcast will take; In fact, I’ve been thinking about it ever since the idea entered my brain.

Will it be a Marc Maron style thing where I rant for a bit, then interview people? Not likely.

Or will it be more like Bill Burr’s podcast where he basically just rants nonstop for an hour? Not sure I can do it.

I never imagined it to be an interview show, because as much as I like the few people who I call friends, I’m not sure I can just interview my friend Bob and ask him how painting houses is going. Who knows, maybe I can, but generally speaking it’s very different interviewing celebrities. People tune it to hear the celebrity.

I’m not sure if I can carry the podcast by myself, meaning I’m not sure I can just talk nonstop for 30-60 minutes and keep it interesting. I think I need a foil. A sidekick. Someone to challenge my thinking. Someone to yell at. Someone to make me laugh, or maybe more importantly, someone to laugh at my jokes.

I need an Ed McMahon.

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