Because my Ability to Ramble on Aimlessly Knows no Bounds…Podcasts!

The title pretty much sums it up. I’m teaming with my former editor and aspiring stand-up comedian Ben Corman for weekly podcasts friseur games for free. You can find the link each week on the Upcoming Shows icon starting today. As Ben pointed out on his site, contact him directly at if you have questions, suggestions, comments and/or would like to be a guest on the show countdown to download. The plan is to have a new podcast available every Tuesday for your listening pleasure. Broadly speaking, we will be discussing a psychological issue/phenomenon for part of the show and, because we are both miserable writers, we will delve into the processes, successes, failures and the how-to’s of writing kahoot app herunterladen.

Don’t forget that my weekly radio show with Philalawyer and Donika Miller, “Here’s What to Think,” is available for your listening pleasure every Monday chip word kostenlos downloaden. Like the podcast, use the Upcoming Shows icon to the right and you can listen to the show directly on the page or download it onto iTunes.

Because most of us couldn’t even handle any more excitement without suffering cardiac arrest, I’ll hold off on sharing more good news for a few days orgel noten herunterladen kostenlos. But in the interim I have 34 words for you: I was a consultant for the next edition of Cosmopolitan Magazine and, although they probably took out all of my jokes, it was a fun experience trying to teach women about how men think wie kann man bei sims 4 sachen downloaden.

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11 Responses to “Because my Ability to Ramble on Aimlessly Knows no Bounds…Podcasts!”

  1. Julie says:

    Yay, congrats on getting a piece into Cosmo! I look forward to reading it.

  2. BL1Y says:

    Might be the first time “shrink” is used in this context in Cosmo. Be sure to post the cover when it comes out, I sometimes pick up the UK edition by mistake, and it’s not nearly as funny.

  3. Jbonymo says:

    Gah! Podcasts? But I read so much faster than you talk. . . 🙁

  4. nikolina says:

    Will you provide transcripts of the podcasts?

  5. Rob Dobrenski says:

    @Nikolina: That’s going to be tough. Ben and I are going to be shooting from the hip a lot and only working from a very vague outline, so it would take a lot of labor to get an hour onto paper…

  6. Cody says:

    I just listened to your show with Corman, and it was very good. Definitely looking forward to future episodes.

  7. BL1Y says:

    Rob: I know an unemployed guy with really good typing skills who might be available to provide transcripts for a very small fee. He may even be willing to accept in-kind payments, I know he has a whole host of mental problems.

  8. sandyphd says:

    Wow, you’ve been busy since my last visit. Congrats on the exciting work. And I’m really impressed with the Cosmo piece 🙂 I’ll have to thumb through it next edition (June or July?)

  9. Huppis says:

    Like, Ben? A tip: less ‘likes’. Makes for a better radio. Otherwise the podcast was pretty good.

  10. Cliff says:

    Seriously, though, if you can ramble aimlessly, it would be great if you could most more, and maybe with a little more content, instead of just trying to promote your site/book and other such things.

  11. Josefina says:

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