The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 100: Moving Pianos, C.J. Harlow, Michelle Saddic & Jeff Allen

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[display_podcast] My dad moves pianos for a living and naturally, over the years, I was roped into helping him from time to time. But I don’t anymore. Because, here is how it is supposed to happen if someone hires a piano mover: When you call to make your reservation, the piano moving company will ask how many stairs you have. You should respond truthfully to this question! Too often, the customer says they only have two stairs, but when we arrive, the house looks like it is sitting on top of … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 99: The Perfect Apology, Adrian Lucio & Dennis Tooley

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 [display_podcast] I think I may struggle with perfectionism. My wife actually pointed it out to me the other day. But, what struck me first was how difficult it must be for her to be married to a perfectionist. I was suddenly compelled to apologize for putting her through such agony.Of course, the best way to apologize for anything includes flowers, candy and a hand-written note (calligraphy is preferred). So, being the perfectionist that I am, I instantly began researching which flowers … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 98: Invisible Boyfriend App, Timmy Boyle, James Macneil, Evan Dunne, Jared Groenewegen

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[display_podcast] So, I learned from The Guardian recently that there is an app called Invisible Boyfriend, where for a monthly fee, users can sign up and receive text messages from a “boyfriend” and thus avoid all the interrogatory questions from family members regarding why there are no suitors knocking down the door. Upon signing up, your “e-boyfriend” sends you texts on a regular basis, giving the girls (or their annoying family members) the impression that they have a relationship. The app … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 97: “The Test”, Dustin Nickerson & Taylor Mason

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[display_podcast] Women are often testing their men these days. The age old “test” is when she asks him, “Do these jeans make me look fat?” And, the truth is, we men – regardless of how many times we have heard of such tests – are never prepared. It’s a lot like when we are driving along the highway on a hot summer day and running into a huge patch of ice. It’s unexpected and we don’t know how to react when the moment arrives. Think of it as “Relational Black Ice”. Experts agree that this “Rela … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 96: Hospital Stories, Dan Taylor, Dave & Brian, and Robert Paske

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[display_podcast] My five-year-old son recently suffered a bout with RSV - or Respiratory Syncytial Virus – a really nasty, highly contagious bug that infected his lungs and breathing passages. We didn’t think it was that serious at first, but when he didn’t get over it for a few days, we took him to the nearby clinic. He hated it there: “When can we go home? When can we go home?!” I tried to calm him by reassuring him that we’d be home very soon… so I thought. But, after a blood test and a che … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 95: Beards, Comedian Zan & Bob Kilpatrick

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[display_podcast] My oldest son recently began growing a bit of facial hair. Now, as most men know, the first couple years of beard growth consist mainly of “practice beards”. You don’t want to get very attached to them, because you shave them off quicker than it takes for them to grow in. You actually get rid of them about as fast as you cover up primer when painting a living room wall. Yet, for many men, facial hair is still very important to them. It’s hard to explain why. Perhaps its simply … [Read more...]


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