The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 163: Devin Henderson and Dr. Kathy Koch

[display_podcast]Joining me in this week’s show is one of my favorite comics to steal from, my buddy Devin Henderson. Devin comes from very supportive and loving parents. He doesn’t do anything supportive or special for them, but hey… that’s how it’s supposed to work, right? His parents take care of him… he takes care of his kids… and so on.Unless, of course, he needs them to take care of his kids, then THANK GOD they live just down the road from Devin and his family!But, he actually … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 136: Elevator Hero, Matt Falk & Sonny Shroyer

[display_podcast]A while back, I was in Fresno. I was in an elevator just as the doors were closing. At the last second, I saw this guy sprinting across the lobby trying to make it in before the doors closed, so I politely tapped the door, causing it to open again so he could get in the elevator with me. As he boarded, he looked at me with a surprised expression and said, “Thank you. Cheers, mate!” in his Australian accent.Now, if he were from Toledo, I wouldn’t have a second thought abou … [Read more...]

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

[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 32: Chris Danielson

[display_podcast]No one ever warns you that you need to be smart before operating a smart phone.For instance your proof-reading acumen must be at a higher level than your smart phone’s text-to-speech and auto correct features.  Otherwise, your simple, funny text reply of “okey dokey” may actually be delivered as “Oriface Donkey”.  Or a simple invitation of “lunch today?” could end up being read by your friend as “lungs today” – which could turn into a debate about their health and their n … [Read more...]