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ARIYNBF 347 with Lisa Schwartz (aka Lisbug)

Lisa Schwartz (TV in No Time) stops by this episode of Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend to talk about TV bras, body issues, #fatpass, Soup Plantation and 16 Handles, being afraid of doctors, how she met her boyfriend Shane Dawson, having 1.2 million YouTube subscribers, her children’s theater and so much more. We also did a round of Just Me Or Everyone (click here to see the JMOEs from this episode).

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Producer: Gary Smith

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  • Fieldengineer

    Alison & Gary,
    Great Podcast – keep on keeping on!

    Your guest list is why I keep listening to ARIYNBF (Yes I always think of Aryan Boy Friend when I see this). Keep having them on.

    I learned all about the Twentysomethings and the “ship” today. Gary and you are the Thirtysomethings where I learned about Utube & Twitter & podcasting revenue streams.

    I message on Disqus when I have something positive to say – or a point of view that you may not have thought about on a subject. I would consider myself a “fan” but not a “fanatic”.

    With that being said – I noticed a generational gap between you and your guest and I found it refreshing that you acknowledged this point in the interview.

    This is why – me, a 48 year old professional/technical person raising a second family with a younger wife (similiar to your Family when you were growing up in OC), listens to your podcast.

    I grew up in So. Cal. (Inland Empire) and enjoy hearing you describing the beach communities that you and Gary grew up in during your high school years.

    Thanks for continuing the relationship with the ACS crew – I hope that everyone can participate without the stress of “blow back” by ACS management.

    Keep up the good work!
    Take Careful.

  • Fieldengineer

    Alison & Gary,
    Great Podcast – keep on keeping on!

    Your guest list is why I keep listening to ARIYNBF (Yes I always think of Aryan Boy Friend when I see this). Keep having them on.

    I learned all about the Twentysomethings and the “ship” today. Gary and you are the Thirtysomethings where I learned about Utube & Twitter & podcasting revenue streams.

    I message on Disqus when I have something positive to say – or a point of view that you may not have thought about on a subject. I would consider myself a “fan” but not a “fanatic”.

    With that being said – I noticed a generational gap between you and your guest and I found it refreshing that you acknowledged this point in the interview.

    This is why – me, a 48 year old professional/technical person raising a second family with a younger wife (similiar to your Family when you were growing up in OC), listens to your podcast.

    I grew up in So. Cal. (Inland Empire) and enjoy hearing you describing the beach communities that you and Gary grew up in during your high school years.

    Thanks for continuing the relationship with the ACS crew – I hope that everyone can participate without the stress of “blow back” by ACS management.

    Keep up the good work!
    Take Careful.

  • Kelsey McGinley

    Have you ever been to 21 choices in Pasadena?! THAT is good Fro yo. They mix it up with toppings like cold stone. A must try if you need some Fro yo talk material.

  • Kelsey McGinley

    Have you ever been to 21 choices in Pasadena?! THAT is good Fro yo. They mix it up with toppings like cold stone. A must try if you need some Fro yo talk material.

  • AndrewviaMR

    Good show, thought it deserved more comments. Do you think you could go daily? At first, I thought “that's a little unreasonable” then I thought “No, dummy, that would be two less podcasts!” More talking and scheduling and handling engineering yourself but these dining room studio ones sound good. I think daily (and of course content and consistency) is what makes people keep coming back to certain podcasts.

  • AndrewviaMR

    Good show, thought it deserved more comments. Do you think you could go daily? At first, I thought “that’s a little unreasonable” then I thought “No, dummy, that would be two less podcasts!” More talking and scheduling and handling engineering yourself but these dining room studio ones sound good. I think daily (and of course content and consistency) is what makes people keep coming back to certain podcasts.

  • badabingo

    I somehow missed listening to this one the week it came out so I'm catching up today. It made me miss Gary so much, though! Aww, Gary.

    I love to see people enjoying food and not being bashful about it. It's the BEST. GO YOU!

  • badabingo

    I somehow missed listening to this one the week it came out so I’m catching up today. It made me miss Gary so much, though! Aww, Gary.

    I love to see people enjoying food and not being bashful about it. It’s the BEST. GO YOU!

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