The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 103: Grandparent Rules, Bob Smiley & Tim Hawkins


[display_podcast] This week’s show comes from the stage of the Carnival Dream’s Burgundy Lounge! My good friend, comedian Tim Hawkins was a terrible apartment maintenance worker. So terrible that he got fired for not being able to properly rake leaves from the apartment complex’s sand volleyball court or turn rocks over so that they didn’t appear overly weathered… oh, those extremely complicated tasks!  But, in an odd twist of fate, the woman who fired him back then now works as Tim’s administr … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 94: Running Kids, Bob Smiley & Bob Stromberg


[display_podcast] Experts say that today’s youth do not get enough exercise, but I disagree… vehemently!  I have three boys and all they do is run.  They just sprint.  They never walk anywhere.  They never learned how.  We’ve tried to work with them for years, just teaching them to walk in a way that isn’t destructive. “Walk firmly, in a straight line.  Allow time for braking.  Assume five feet of braking time for each mile-per-hour that you are striding.  Double that on a slippery surface. In … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 75: Socks in the Courtroom, Bob Smiley & Bob Nelson


[display_podcast] From the USA Today:An Indiana attorney who hates socks and has a habit of appearing in court with bare feet stuffed into his shoes faces possible sanctions if he shows up without them again in court.In a directive issued in an August 26 court order, Blackford Circuit Judge Dean A. Young addresses Todd Glickfield's courtroom fashion faux pas and explains the court decorum policy and the judge's authority to set rules, including a dress code."It strikes me that the j … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 65: Video Game Ban Lifted, Bob Smiley & Matt Jernigan


[display_podcast] From A Massachusetts town has decided it's time to finally lift a ban on arcade games it established when Ms. Pac-Man was new. At a town meeting, the residents of Marshfield voted 203-175 to lift the ban that was introduced in 1982. What bans will they lift next?  Discotheques?  Speakeasies?  Blacksmith shops?The ban was voted in by residents who feared arcade games would bring an undesirable element to the small town and upheld in 1994 and 2011. "This is a pr … [Read more...]