The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 91: Airport Security, Brian Bates & John Crist

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[display_podcast] Adding to the list of phrases “Never to Say at an Airport”, as made famous by my friend Ken Davis: When the frustrated public speaker, aka flight attendant addressing the passengers, announces which one item is allowed in your pockets as you pass through the full-body scanner – absolutely NOTHING – not keys, cell phones, Kleenex tissues, Barbie dolls, combs, fishing lures, love letters, hate letters, dog treats, lawn ornaments, autographed pictures of Ed Asner… NOTHING! When y … [Read more...]

The Darens Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 89: Car Wash, Mike Goodwin & Tim Hawkins

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[display_podcast]From ABCNews Sacramento: A California driver may have set a record for fastest car wash. A 94-year-old man is caught on camera speeding through the Quick Quack Car Wash in Sacramento at an estimated 40 miles per hour. If you think about it, this would save a lot of time! It actually reminds me a lot of how my kids would bathe themselves – “I did take a shower… see? My foot’s a little wet still!”The man paid for his car wash, but claimed he could not take his foot off t … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast: Stacy Pederson, Erica Rhodes & Netflix Decision Syndrome

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[display_podcast] I can’t watch movies with my wife anymore. I mean, we like to watch movies together, but we never get to the part where we actually watch the movie. Before ever even hitting “Play”, we always engage in about two hours of negotiations. She’s kind of picky. Now, It’s been pre-determined by providence that I am to be the “movie offerer”. And it’s her job to systematically turn down each option that I offer.“Should we watch this one?”“No. The actor creeps me out.”“Oka … [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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