Todd Glass and Danny Lobell discuss the works of John Locke this week. The conversation ranges from Todd discussing his “sheding the shed” (coming out) to social justice, identity, religion, chilld abuse and even eggplant parmisan! Todd has great things to say and there are some fantastic funny and touching moments in the whole thing. All in all a great talk! Enjoy!
Kelly Carlin and Danny have become close friends over the past few years so this episode aside from being interesting is also full of laughs. The two discuss the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson and get into ideas on Nature, Spirituality, Banter, and even revisit an old Carlin family theme; Plastic.
This is one you don’t want to miss folks!
Marc Maron invites Danny into his legendary garage for this week’s episode and even lets him sit in his chair which may or may not possess magical comedy powers. The two discuss Baruch Spinoza and the idea of God and Nature vs. the more traditional idea of an interpersonal creator.
Other topics covered are faith, being comfortable with yourself and figuring out how to best contribute to the world.
It’s Maron folks so…yea! go listen!
In the season two finale, Danny and Alex meet in Alex’s apartment (which has turtles opposed to tortoises) and the two compare notes on the season. Alex teaches Danny some new philosophy terms and Danny tells Alex his story about his short lived friendship with the legendary Andrew Dice Clay. Enjoy!
This week Danny sits down with Artie Lange at his apartment in Hoboken, NJ. They discuss New York City, Life, Death, Souls, Drugs, Sushi and music. Somewhere in all that they discuss Artie’s new book Crash and Burn and philosophy from Arthur Schopenhauer who like Artie does in the book, discusses suicide. It’s the Artie-Artie combo the week and its the Finale to Season 2! Enjoy!
Jon Dore is one of Danny’s favorite comics to watch. He’s very creative and takes crazy chances on stage that take a lot of balls to pull off and he pulls them off incredibly well. Jon stops by the apartment to discuss Rene Descartes and they wind up talking about every thing from human existence to honesty on stage. I think… (If the I think joke at the end doesn’t make any sense it will after you listen to the show) Enjoy!
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Alonzo Bodden visited Lobell House Productions studio (Danny’s upstairs room) this week to discuss Sun Tzu and The Art of War. Alonzo used to build weapons so there was a lot to speak about. Danny and Alonzo also discuss Jazz, the South, Motorbiking and being alone. Ethics in killing and how to break up with your girlfriend were discussed as well. If for no other reason this episode is a must listen because Danny and Alonzo at one point in the discussion do an impression of Sun Tzu if he was on the cast of Happy Days. Why? You will have to listen to find that out. Enjoy!
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