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ARIYNBF 102 with Dustin Goot and your calls

Dustin Goot and me (back when we put ourselves on Ustream and occasionally wore antlers)(Not to be confused with when we wore this or this or this)

First of all I want to thank everyone for the amazing reaction to our first episode! We debuted at number one on the iTunes comedy chart and have held the top spot ever since! Also we were number one on the main iTunes chart for a chunk of time as well! In your face, This American Life! (Right now we’re number 4 on that chart. Update, number 10.) All of which is to say we really appreciate the support. (Please enjoy this photo of ARIYNBF at the top of the iTunes and Comedy charts!)

Anyway, on the second episode of ARIYNBF:

Dustin Goot–my old sidekick and longtime friend–joined the show to talk about relationships, humane ways to break up, the way I used to have a knack for selecting the wrong guy, Rosenating, burping contests, the difference between real production and doing a show in my living room, threesomes (and how awkward they are), porn stars who aren’t nobel laureates, embarrassing things people do in their cars and why you shouldn’t go to dinner with people in business school or keep track of how many times you’ve been dumped. Also we took some calls and played a round of Just Me Or Everyone.

Please love the episode and rate it highly. It’s a little different than the others but I think you’ll enjoy it all the same.

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Credits? If you insist:

Executive producer: Alison Rosen

Producer: Gary “Wicked″ Smith

Music: Tom Rapp

Logo: Kezilla

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  • boinkity

    Awww… Dustin is back!! It's just like the olden days but on da West Coast mofos!…

    First!!!

  • boinkity

    Awww… Dustin is back!! It’s just like the olden days but on da West Coast mofos!…

    First!!!

  • mad

    Just a personal preference, but I enjoyed the Dustin show a lot more then the earlier show.  Hope he is available for more shows.

  • Bad Superman

    Alison, you’re coasting with your boyfriend.  Saying you love someone over and over, doesn’t make it so.   Actions speak louder than words.  It’s ok.  But that relationship is over.

  • Bill

    No mystery why this one is still single.

  • mad

    Just a personal preference, but I enjoyed the Dustin show a lot more then the earlier show.  Hope he is available for more shows.

  • alisonandwendy

    Relationships have ups and downs and that episode was recorded when I felt at the end of my rope in every way. People aren't 100 percent all the time, though it would be nice if they could be. He doesn't doubt how I feel about him, nor do I, and I think you're overstepping the line quite a bit by thinking you can divine this based on what I said on one episode of a podcast. At the same time, I'm glad you guys feel involved enough to want to comment so I don't want to come down too harshly.

  • Relationships have ups and downs and that episode was recorded when I felt at the end of my rope in every way. People aren't 100 percent all the time, though it would be nice if they could be. He doesn't doubt how I feel about him, nor do I, and I think you're overstepping the line quite a bit by thinking you can divine this based on what I said on one episode of a podcast. At the same time, I'm glad you guys feel involved enough to want to comment so I don't want to come down too harshly.

  • I don't know if this is a universal MBA thing, but when my husband was in B school, he learned freakishly advanced Excel functions and started making crazy spreadsheets for everything,  I think he did this just because he could.  There were regression models for deciding on weekend roadtrips, fancy charts tracking the most minute elements of our household spending, and I can't even think about the statistical analysis that went down when I was pregnant.  I found this calmed down considerably once he got a real job….I'm not going to lie, I kind of miss it sometimes.  (Loving the podcast…Also, I hate, hate, hate, hate the phone so very much–and I have learned I need to state that up front immediately and often to anyone and everyone who might conceivably ever call me because very few people seem to get it.)

  • Bill

    No mystery why this one is still single.

  • Relationships have ups and downs and that episode was recorded when I felt at the end of my rope in every way. People aren’t 100 percent all the time, though it would be nice if they could be. He doesn’t doubt how I feel about him, nor do I, and I think you’re overstepping the line quite a bit by thinking you can divine this based on what I said on one episode of a podcast. At the same time, I’m glad you guys feel involved enough to want to comment so I don’t want to come down too harshly.

  • boinkity

    In all honesty… I sorta like when you come down harshly on us. It makes us think you care about our opinions. If I may be so bold to say Alison, I'm gonna side with the part of you that says you were being a bit of an “asshole” (your word, not mine). However, the only reason is because of this new technology of sending text messages has made communication with couples such a lazy process that talking on the phone (even a cell phone) is now such a chore. Remember, there are many women your age working 8 hour days, constantly talking on the phone, and face to face. Then when they got home, cook dinner for their families, and help their kids with their homework. I know a few of them, and they kick ass. I'm sure, in your own little way, you can kick ass too.

  • DickD

    Having a civilian on occasionally is great.  But there is a brightness and interest to you guys with a public face that cannot be matched.  Good show, keep'em coming.

  • I don’t know if this is a universal MBA thing, but when my husband was in B school, he learned freakishly advanced Excel functions and started making crazy spreadsheets for everything,  I think he did this just because he could.  There were regression models for deciding on weekend roadtrips, fancy charts tracking the most minute elements of our household spending, and I can’t even think about the statistical analysis that went down when I was pregnant.  I found this calmed down considerably once he got a real job….I’m not going to lie, I kind of miss it sometimes.  (Loving the podcast…Also, I hate, hate, hate, hate the phone so very much–and I have learned I need to state that up front immediately and often to anyone and everyone who might conceivably ever call me because very few people seem to get it.)

  • Boy, love that dirty laundry! Here's the deal – you feel really disconnected and put upon because you can't have sex and the libido wants what it wants. I went through the same thing with the ex when we first got together, and it was 18 months of no sex (she had a IUD injury). We hung in there for 10 years and adopted a child, but it was never right. I don't have any advice – because, you know, life sucks and then you die. So have as much fun as you can. And my iPod landed in the toilet during your podcast (don't ask) so I am using the Droid app to finish it off.

  • Mikeddottcom

    Alison relationships are never equal one person alway’s likes the other more and that’s what kills it.I feel it’s better to be with someone who loves you that way you have the upper hand as oppose to you loving them and they hurt you.so your sister is a lawyer your parents did a fine job raising you two is there anyway you can have her on the podast and  talk about growing up together.

  • boinkity

     In all honesty… I sorta like when you come down harshly on us. It makes us think you care about our opinions. If I may be so bold to say Alison, I’m gonna side with the part of you that says you were being a bit of an “asshole” (your word, not mine). However, the only reason is because of this new technology of sending text messages has made communication with couples such a lazy process that talking on the phone (even a cell phone) is now such a chore. Remember, there are many women your age working 8 hour days, constantly talking on the phone, and face to face. Then when they got home, cook dinner for their families, and help their kids with their homework. I know a few of them, and they kick ass. I’m sure, in your own little way, you can kick ass too.

  • DickD

    Having a civilian on occasionally is great.  But there is a brightness and interest to you guys with a public face that cannot be matched.  Good show, keep’em coming.

  • Boy, love that dirty laundry! Here’s the deal – you feel really disconnected and put upon because you can’t have sex and the libido wants what it wants. I went through the same thing with the ex when we first got together, and it was 18 months of no sex (she had a IUD injury). We hung in there for 10 years and adopted a child, but it was never right. I don’t have any advice – because, you know, life sucks and then you die. So have as much fun as you can. And my iPod landed in the toilet during your podcast (don’t ask) so I am using the Droid app to finish it off. 

  • “The Goot” abides. I don't know about you, but I take comfort in that. It's good knowing he's out there. The Goot. Takin it easy for all us sinners. I sure hope he makes the finals.

  • YouGoChavez

    “The Goot” abides. I don’t know about you, but I take comfort in that. It’s good knowing he’s out there. The Goot. Takin it easy for all us sinners. I sure hope he makes the finals.

  • I laughed out loud during the B-school “Just me or everyone” session. Anyone who has ever been in professional school of any sort can empathize.  People do and say things that are outright bizarre and nonsensical so often that everyone just accepts them as normal.

    I imagine because Dustin is a writer he can step outside of the B-school mindset and see the irony in his classmates' behavior. I have had the same experience throughout law school.

    I was also entertained by the armchair therapist who commented above me. Alison, your relationship is over. JupiterJoe listened to a 1.5-hour podcast and has declared it so. Time to move on.

  • Takeda

    There's a reason they invented wedding vows, it is because sometimes you just don't feel like being invested, but you do so because it builds your own character and your relationship with your spouse. I know you're not married, but you need to identify whether you are not into this man or not into relationships. I hope you do this before you “crap out” a kid or two and try to justify your distance with flimsy excuses of phone-phobia and exhaustion.

  • I laughed out loud during the B-school “Just me or everyone” session. Anyone who has ever been in professional school of any sort can empathize.  People do and say things that are outright bizarre and nonsensical so often that everyone just accepts them as normal.

    I imagine because Dustin is a writer he can step outside of the B-school mindset and see the irony in his classmates’ behavior. I have had the same experience throughout law school.

    I was also entertained by the armchair therapist who commented above me. Alison, your relationship is over. JupiterJoe listened to a 1.5-hour podcast and has declared it so. Time to move on.

  • Takeda

    There’s a reason they invented wedding vows, it is because sometimes you just don’t feel like being invested, but you do so because it builds your own character and your relationship with your spouse. I know you’re not married, but you need to identify whether you are not into this man or not into relationships. I hope you do this before you “crap out” a kid or two and try to justify your distance with flimsy excuses of phone-phobia and exhaustion.

  • Great pod, but I feel like you and Dustin have definitely done it before, and it would have been nice to map out how you can work with someone, have a bunch of casual drunken sex (while watching The Sure Thing, no doubt), and then have a seemingly healthy and productive friendship thereafter.   Because, of course, that's the brass ring.  Forget all those goddamn princess stories, THAT's the real 'happily ever after.'

  • geans

    Hey Alison! I really like the podcast. You make so much more sense than my old best friends.

  • Great pod, but I feel like you and Dustin have definitely done it before, and it would have been nice to map out how you can work with someone, have a bunch of casual drunken sex (while watching The Sure Thing, no doubt), and then have a seemingly healthy and productive friendship thereafter.   Because, of course, that’s the brass ring.  Forget all those goddamn princess stories, THAT’s the real ‘happily ever after.’

  • geans

    Hey Alison! I really like the podcast. You make so much more sense than my old best friends. 

  • Priscilla

    Hey Alison there are women who listen to your podcast and love it too, not just dudes. 

    You are such a terrific “side kick” to Adam but this show it shaping up. I actually liked this one better than the first. You have a great mind and I agree you are sometimes not given enough credit on Adam's show. I prefer you to Teresa although she is a mensch too. Keep up the good work!

  • Thank you so much!

  • Mnoswad1

    Change your name to Jupiter Dick. Dick is classic case of most people not being happy just because others are.

    Alison, Its easy to say what you feel to others. just say your exhausted, etc. This new podcast must be a huge deal for you to work on, Sure your guy would understand.

  • Priscilla

    Hey Alison there are women who listen to your podcast and love it too, not just dudes. 

    You are such a terrific “side kick” to Adam but this show it shaping up. I actually liked this one better than the first. You have a great mind and I agree you are sometimes not given enough credit on Adam’s show. I prefer you to Teresa although she is a mensch too. Keep up the good work!

  • Thank you so much!

  • Mnoswad1

    Change your name to Jupiter Dick. Dick is classic case of most people not being happy just because others are.

    Alison, Its easy to say what you feel to others. just say your exhausted, etc. This new podcast must be a huge deal for you to work on, Sure your guy would understand.

  • JupiterJoe

    Gosh, you do write beautifully. It's your fort(é) 😛 How much writing are you doing these days? Not enough. I apologise for crossing the line.

  • Bad Superman

    Gosh, you do write beautifully. It’s your fort(é) 😛 How much writing are you doing these days? Not enough. I apologise for crossing the line.

  • king of pancakes

    love the Alison… so smart and witty .. i in .. and loving it !!

  • king of pancakes

    love the Alison… so smart and witty .. i in .. and loving it !!

  • Johnny

    Alison, you have a huge presence on the Adam Carolla Show
    and you will never hear that from Adam and that’s perfect.  After listening to Adam and Kevin Smith
    argue, you could tell that Adam will tell someone he likes them once and
    that should be enough.  Anything else
    would be pandering to their insecurities. 
    Kevin Smith let his insecurities get in the way and it caused a huge communication
    glut that cost Adam half a million dollars. 
    I feel like Adam feels in his heart that he paid you the ultimate compliment
    by hiring you over hundreds/thousands of potential “sidekicks”.  Knowing how picky Adam can be, he really must
    like you very much to have chosen you.  Also,
    people with low self esteem do not feel worthy of being in charge of other
    peoples self esteem.  Stay confident Alison.  I love what you add to the show.  A witty, feminine approach is exactly what is
    needed to buy Adam’s act on a daily basis. 
    Okay, I’m listening to the second episode of ARIYNBF so, gotta go.

  • Micah Rafferty

    Re: bill dissection–my college roomate used to divide our phone bill, going though every single call, and then she even added 50% of THE COST OF THE STAMP to each of our totals. And she was an English major!
    Enjoying getting to hear your personality blossom on the new podcast!
    One question: whether it's the guy or the woman exhibiting questionable behavior in a relationship, it seems the woman generally carries the burden of obsessing about it. I wonder if your boyfriend has put a fraction of the thought you have into analyzing your recent lack of availability?

  • Lor

    Alison, you didnt sound like an asshole at ALL when you were talking about your boyfriend.  Life is busy and hard and all that… so don't beat yourself up!!!  You are awesome.

  • Johnny

    Alison, you have a huge presence on the Adam Carolla Show
    and you will never hear that from Adam and that’s perfect.  After listening to Adam and Kevin Smith
    argue, you could tell that Adam will tell someone he likes them once and
    that should be enough.  Anything else
    would be pandering to their insecurities. 
    Kevin Smith let his insecurities get in the way and it caused a huge communication
    glut that cost Adam half a million dollars. 
    I feel like Adam feels in his heart that he paid you the ultimate compliment
    by hiring you over hundreds/thousands of potential “sidekicks”.  Knowing how picky Adam can be, he really must
    like you very much to have chosen you.  Also,
    people with low self esteem do not feel worthy of being in charge of other
    peoples self esteem.  Stay confident Alison.  I love what you add to the show.  A witty, feminine approach is exactly what is
    needed to buy Adam’s act on a daily basis. 
    Okay, I’m listening to the second episode of ARIYNBF so, gotta go.

  • Micah Rafferty

    Re: bill dissection–my college roomate used to divide our phone bill, going though every single call, and then she even added 50% of THE COST OF THE STAMP to each of our totals. And she was an English major!
    Enjoying getting to hear your personality blossom on the new podcast!
    One question: whether it’s the guy or the woman exhibiting questionable behavior in a relationship, it seems the woman generally carries the burden of obsessing about it. I wonder if your boyfriend has put a fraction of the thought you have into analyzing your recent lack of availability?

  • Lor

    Alison, you didnt sound like an asshole at ALL when you were talking about your boyfriend.  Life is busy and hard and all that… so don’t beat yourself up!!!  You are awesome.

  • No

    I'm a teacher so I
    talk/perform/communicate for a living.

    Most nights I do not feel like
    communicating with other people, especially on the phone, it's
    wrecked a few of my relationships.

  • No

     I’m a teacher so I
    talk/perform/communicate for a living.

    Most nights I do not feel like
    communicating with other people, especially on the phone, it’s
    wrecked a few of my relationships.

  • Alison,
    I can see where you might have felt you were being an asshole to your boyfriend recently. But I would like to  chime in, with my 2 cents. There is NO WAY on God's green earth, based on what I heard, that you being an ass to your boyfriend. Recently you had been working, and were tired. I didn't detect one bit of maliciousness, or mean spiritedness toward your boyfriend in your story. It's one thing to harbor, bitterness, or malcontent in your heart, then with that spirit ignore your boyfriend. Its a other thing, to just ignore your boyfriend simply because you were tired. In relationships love looks over the small things, and senses the underlying motive and tone. You kept saying how much you loved your boyfriend. That to me is a sign that you really had no ill will in your heart toward him, while you were recently ignoring him. Thus in my humble opinion you were ignoring him, simply because you were tired, but not because you were being an asshole. 
    There will be times when you are tired, and there will be times that he is tired. A loving relationship allows for that other person to come home and just zone out in front of the other person from time to time. This is ok as long as love and goodwill are in the heart, then the zoning out in no way should be interpreted as one person being a dick to the other. In fact it is the opposite. These times are the times you actually love each other the most, because you will be unconditionally loving the other person even though they are not reciprocating at that exact moment. True love doesn't always mean you have to be “on” at every moment with a person.
    I say, examine your own heart, talk and work things out with your boyfriend. If he is quality, you guys will work things out, and grow from this.
    Now go hug and vege out in front of him!  

    Peace out,

    40 :)……

  • catsmeow05

    Alison,
    I can see where you might have felt you were being an asshole to your boyfriend recently. But I would like to  chime in, with my 2 cents. There is NO WAY on God’s green earth, based on what I heard, that you being an ass to your boyfriend. Recently you had been working, and were tired. I didn’t detect one bit of maliciousness, or mean spiritedness toward your boyfriend in your story. It’s one thing to harbor, bitterness, or malcontent in your heart, then with that spirit ignore your boyfriend. Its a other thing, to just ignore your boyfriend simply because you were tired. In relationships love looks over the small things, and senses the underlying motive and tone. You kept saying how much you loved your boyfriend. That to me is a sign that you really had no ill will in your heart toward him, while you were recently ignoring him. Thus in my humble opinion you were ignoring him, simply because you were tired, but not because you were being an asshole. 
    There will be times when you are tired, and there will be times that he is tired. A loving relationship allows for that other person to come home and just zone out in front of the other person from time to time. This is ok as long as love and goodwill are in the heart, then the zoning out in no way should be interpreted as one person being a dick to the other. In fact it is the opposite. These times are the times you actually love each other the most, because you will be unconditionally loving the other person even though they are not reciprocating at that exact moment. True love doesn’t always mean you have to be “on” at every moment with a person.
    I say, examine your own heart, talk and work things out with your boyfriend. If he is quality, you guys will work things out, and grow from this.
    Now go hug and vege out in front of him!  

    Peace out,

    40 :)……

  • Hocii

    this dustin guy should be the permanent co host

  • Hocii

    this dustin guy should be the permanent co host

  • Matt

    Alison, you should have Ray Oldhoffer chime in on your relationship.  I say this because it seems that “Rosen-ating” could be interupted like a panic/anxiety attack.  As Adam has said, sometimes you just need someone to snap you out of it and get you out of your own head.  For example, next time you are having an uncomfortable text conversation, Ray could pee on you or throw you into a pool…or both.

    Keep up the great work.

  • Matt

    Alison, you should have Ray Oldhoffer chime in on your relationship.  I say this because it seems that “Rosen-ating” could be interupted like a panic/anxiety attack.  As Adam has said, sometimes you just need someone to snap you out of it and get you out of your own head.  For example, next time you are having an uncomfortable text conversation, Ray could pee on you or throw you into a pool…or both.

    Keep up the great work.

  • Jeremy Osbourne

    I love that you prefer not talking since that what you do for a living, in lieu of texting (writing) which is what he does all day.

  • Jeremy Osbourne

    I love that you prefer not talking since that what you do for a living, in lieu of texting (writing) which is what he does all day.

  • Hop off!

    Listenning to other comedy podcast I thought I liked Adam's because he didn't talk about the process of being a stand up or making comedy. That is why I don't like Chris Hardwick, most Fitzdog or Aisha Tyler. I thought I liked Adam because he talked about the news and other stuff in his life. I like that Alison's podcast discussed great and interesting subjects, but I can to the simple realization. To have a great podcast, just be funny. Brilliant feedback…I know, but I think it is that simple. Make it funny and the podcast will be great.

    Best of luck Alison, we love you!

  • Hop off!

    Listenning to other comedy podcast I thought I liked Adam’s because he didn’t talk about the process of being a stand up or making comedy. That is why I don’t like Chris Hardwick, most Fitzdog or Aisha Tyler. I thought I liked Adam because he talked about the news and other stuff in his life. I like that Alison’s podcast discussed great and interesting subjects, but I can to the simple realization. To have a great podcast, just be funny. Brilliant feedback…I know, but I think it is that simple. Make it funny and the podcast will be great.

    Best of luck Alison, we love you!

  • Andrew

    Glad you have your own show on the network… Love when you play coy with the guests on Adam's show, and they don't get it… I appreciate the level of effort you put in on Adam's network… Helps make him look good…

  • Andrew

    Glad you have your own show on the network… Love when you play coy with the guests on Adam’s show, and they don’t get it… I appreciate the level of effort you put in on Adam’s network… Helps make him look good…

  • Guest

    Hi Allison,

    After joining Carolla's podcast I started listening to your old shows and gravitated to the ones with Dustin.  Dustin's a sharp, well rounded guy and your conversations are electric.  I cast my vote for him as permanent co-host.

  • Guest

    Hi Allison,

    After joining Carolla’s podcast I started listening to your old shows and gravitated to the ones with Dustin.  Dustin’s a sharp, well rounded guy and your conversations are electric.  I cast my vote for him as permanent co-host.

  • Jenn

    Superb show full of introspective relationship insight as usual. Only request is more 'Bachelor' talk please!

    Funny anecdote–I was actually thinking during the pod that Alison's style reminded me of Marc Maron's podcast, and low and behold, I come to the website to find that MARON HIMSELF is the next guest! Uber excited and can't wait to listen!

  • Jenn

    Superb show full of introspective relationship insight as usual. Only request is more ‘Bachelor’ talk please!

    Funny anecdote–I was actually thinking during the pod that Alison’s style reminded me of Marc Maron’s podcast, and low and behold, I come to the website to find that MARON HIMSELF is the next guest! Uber excited and can’t wait to listen!

  • Jenn Kletter

    Alison– I am listening to you about the 'boyfriend-talking-issue.'  I think the issue is the phone, I think it is deeper and is based on that you want to give him 100% of you; and if he is there on the couch, he understands that your 100% is a “sleepy-sweat-pant-Alison” or you in your office as a  “must-memorize-this-text-Alsion.”  You are in a very exciting-high-paced time of your life right now! You started an awesome podcast! He knows that. It's OK. Don't be so hard on yourself.  Yes. Your brain is tired and you don't want to talk and that is OK. He gets it. He gets you. You're fine. Good Luck and Keep it Coming!
    Don't black cherry it!  (#newtagline?)

  • Jenn Kletter

    Alison– I am listening to you about the ‘boyfriend-talking-issue.’  I think the issue is the phone, I think it is deeper and is based on that you want to give him 100% of you; and if he is there on the couch, he understands that your 100% is a “sleepy-sweat-pant-Alison” or you in your office as a  “must-memorize-this-text-Alsion.”  You are in a very exciting-high-paced time of your life right now! You started an awesome podcast! He knows that. It’s OK. Don’t be so hard on yourself.  Yes. Your brain is tired and you don’t want to talk and that is OK. He gets it. He gets you. You’re fine. Good Luck and Keep it Coming!
    Don’t black cherry it!  (#newtagline?)

  • Traci

    Dustin is great. This is my first time listening. Great show.

  • Traci

    By the way, you making seth macfarlane crack up made my day. I was like see Adam, this girl IS funny. You made the right choice. The swallowing whistle comment….i still remember it!

  • Aw thank you!

  • Traci

    Dustin is great. This is my first time listening. Great show.

  • Traci

    By the way, you making seth macfarlane crack up made my day. I was like see Adam, this girl IS funny. You made the right choice. The swallowing whistle comment….i still remember it!

  • Aw thank you!

  • Raquelle Lowell

    Alison, you are really funny!!  The best is when you say something real quick & Adam's smack in the middle of a rant or something, then he'll stop & laugh himself at what you said, and then continue with what he was saying.  You're so quick & hilarious!!!

  • Raquelle Lowell

    Alison, you are really funny!!  The best is when you say something real quick & Adam’s smack in the middle of a rant or something, then he’ll stop & laugh himself at what you said, and then continue with what he was saying.  You’re so quick & hilarious!!!

  • Cristina

    I did not really know what to expect and I was skeptical at first bec. I
    did not know how it would be different to the Adam Carolla show. I do
    like you on that show and after the numerous plugs I finally was curious
    enough to check this out haha. I've listed to two episodes and I am very impressed with the show so far. The first episode you sound a little scripted and robotic (sorry!) but then you finally got settled in and it went really well. Great guests. Love them. Segments were good too! I liked the Just me or everyone.  I like the honesty. I like how you try to dig deeper and find out more stuff about your guests and also end up revealing a lot of stuff about yourself. I think the show will get better and better over time! Keep it up and I look forward to listening to more episodes that are just as fantastic.

    I am an architect by the way. I just laugh at your comments on architects being such big d-bags haha! (maybe partly bec. some architects can be like that!).

  • Cristina

    I did not really know what to expect and I was skeptical at first bec. I
    did not know how it would be different to the Adam Carolla show. I do
    like you on that show and after the numerous plugs I finally was curious
    enough to check this out haha. I’ve listed to two episodes and I am very impressed with the show so far. The first episode you sound a little scripted and robotic (sorry!) but then you finally got settled in and it went really well. Great guests. Love them. Segments were good too! I liked the Just me or everyone.  I like the honesty. I like how you try to dig deeper and find out more stuff about your guests and also end up revealing a lot of stuff about yourself. I think the show will get better and better over time! Keep it up and I look forward to listening to more episodes that are just as fantastic.

    I am an architect by the way. I just laugh at your comments on architects being such big d-bags haha! (maybe partly bec. some architects can be like that!).

  • Cristina

    I did not really know what to expect and I was skeptical at first bec. I
    did not know how it would be different to the Adam Carolla show. I do
    like you on that show and after the numerous plugs I finally was curious
    enough to check this out haha. I've listed to two episodes and I am very impressed with the show so far. The first episode you sound a little scripted and robotic (sorry!) but then you finally got settled in and it went really well. Great guests. Love them. Segments were good too! I liked the Just me or everyone.  I like the honesty. I like how you try to dig deeper and find out more stuff about your guests and also end up revealing a lot of stuff about yourself. I think the show will get better and better over time! Keep it up and I look forward to listening to more episodes that are just as fantastic.

    I am an architect by the way. I just laugh at your comments on architects being such big d-bags haha! (maybe partly bec. some architects can be like that!).

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