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Dan and Jay welcome in James to talk about skydiving and our new sponsor, Black Label Beggin’ Strips. Also, this video where Dan tempts Jay to set Dan’s dad on fire.
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In this episode, the Buddies enjoy low-sugar blueberry-kiwi-gin iced tea with special guest Laura Lintz, a fascinating “woman to watch” and true industry “disruptor” in terms of how people view and interact with their library.
Topics range from library pooping (it’s a thing, apparently), letting wolves loose at library functions (which should NOT be a thing) and watching porn in the library (which apparently has ALWAYS been a thing).
Also- “Diabetes, what’s that like?” Running to live forever! And SO MANY LIBRARIAN SECRETS YOU’VE BEEN DOING THINGS WRONG ALL THESE YEARS AND YOU HAD NO IDEA OMG!
Woody Battaglia sits down with me to talk about Dana Gould, listening to comedy with perspective, and a touch of his podcast, My Minute With Andre.
Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Woody Battaglia
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Fifteen years ago, StolenDress Entertainment was founded on the misguided belief that putting up a website would be enough to get people to network, you know, socially, and make movies together. When that didn’t work, it became a resume site for a few folks whose one friend in common was myself (Jason Klamm).
Since then, we’ve grown to a home for hosting our own videos, to a modestly-sized podcast network and the home of numerous features, shorts, books, comedy albums… we make some things.
I want to thank people who have enjoyed the things we’ve made, and supported them in any way they can. Being small doesn’t mean you don’t have an impact – it just sometimes takes a while to notice that you’ve done so. Additional and huge thanks to the people on the podcast network or in my network of creative friends that have helped us make stuff, invited us to help make their stuff, or otherwise.
This is a fun time to make stuff and we’re excited to make more.