The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 64: Teen Deaf, Wil Twynstra & Carlos Oscar

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[display_podcast] My teenage son struggles from a condition that I call “Teen Deaf”. It affects his ears and mostly his brain. According to my mother, the condition is hereditary, though I haven’t confirmed from two independent sources yet. An example of this condition: I tell him, “mow the lawn”. He replies, “Uhh… I don’t know what you mean.” “I said, ‘mow the lawn’.” “I don’t understand.” “Take the lawn mower. Start it. Push it over the lawn in an overlapping pattern, thus cutting the gr … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 63: Hit By A Tree, Ron Pearson & Bone Hampton

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[display_podcast] From Breitbart:  In Centerville, Iowa, a police officer was struck by a massive oak tree during a routine traffic stop.Officer Jeremy Veach's dash cam captured the strange accident on video after he pulled over motorist Candice Duffey for driving without having her headlights on. Veach was not seriously injured by the tree, but did receive three stitches. Duffey's SUV took the bulk of the impact. "I was picking tree bark out of my hair -- it was in my ears," Veach said. … [Read more...]

An Examined Life with Jeff Allen 12: Jeff (Jeffy) Fisher

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[display_podcast] Jeff (Jeffy) Fisher (@jeffymra) of the Glenn Beck Program joins the show this week, and we discuss everything from parenting to comedy to university life for the modern athlete.First off, Jeffy talks about the perils of working in radio, and moving around the country at record pace – and his career path is much more stable than most people who work in radio.  I remember working in different clubs all over and “meeting” the same radio guy three times in three different ci … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 58: Toddler Tech Support, Matt Jernigan & Phil diTommaso

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[display_podcast]From CBS Atlanta:  Preschoolers are better at figuring out tech gadgets than college students.  In a recent study performed at UC Berkeley tasked 106 children ages 4-5 against 170 college students with figuring out a new technical gadget with which each individual had no prior exposure to.  Ultimately, the younger children were much faster at figuring out the combinations and how to work the devices.  These results raise the questions, “What makes children such flexible learn … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 56: Road Rage, Donna East & Marty Simpson

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[display_podcast]From the U.K. Mail Online:  Cars could soon monitor our emotions with a device that reads facial expressions to prevent road rage.  Car manufacturers – ever in the pursuit of new ways to make driving safer – are hinting at devices that can detect drivers’ irritation levels using a tiny embedded camera.  The trick was developing a system that doesn’t distract the driver.  The team is also working on a “fatigue detector” which could measure the percentage of eyelid closure.  Th … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 55: Eggs in a Tree, Kenn Kington & Riley Armstrong

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[display_podcast]In Germany, people set up Easter egg trees to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection.  They are much like Christmas trees, but instead of your backyard tree loaded with ornaments, lights and strings of stale popcorn, imagine it loaded with beautiful, decorated Easter eggs.  It’s a glorious, breathtaking sight! (Albeit a frightening sight for those allergic to eggs.)Now, what could have started this tradition?  Could it have been a lazy lack of desire to clean up after vandals egge … [Read more...]


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