• Episode 92: Rain

    Episode 92: Rain

    This week on the storytelling podcast, I talk about rain.  Some see it as just moisture condensed from the atmosphere that falls in separate drops.  To me, it’s much more.

     

     

     

  • Episode 43: The Fools of April

    Episode 43: The Fools of April

    If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything…right?  Well today I tell the tale of when I duped a pretty stand up person.

    And don’t forget to tune into Pride 48 on Sunday September 16th at 6am PST for a one-hour LIVE episode of What Some Would Call Lies!

  • Episode 43: The Fools of April

    Episode 43: The Fools of April

    If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything…right?  Well today I tell the tale of when I duped a pretty stand up person.

  • Episode 41: Goodbye To All That

    Episode 41: Goodbye To All That

    Like a six-year-old on the monkey bars…I’ve let go of the rung behind me and I’m reaching out toward the rung in front of me.  I’m sort of in between.  Sort of hopeful.  Sort of excited. And sort of terrified.

    If you want to follow me on the journey, I’ll be posting photos to Instagram (username mrmikelawson) or tweeting (@mrmikelawson)

    And if you live in the Bay Area, hit me up.  I’m rebuilding my friend database and would love to meet!

  • Episode 35: Screensaver

    Episode 35: Screensaver

    Cover art for Episode 35: Screensaver; black lab what some would call lies podcastWhat the what?! Two episodes in one week!!  I know.

    Don’t get used to it.  I decided to tell this story a little early because I’m testing out some stuff on the website.  Enjoy!!

    Episode 35: Screensaver

    They’re supposed to help prevent the damage that may occur when the same areas of light and dark are displayed too long.  Today, however, I’ll tell the tale of when a screensaver did little saving and plenty of embarrassing.

     

  • If you’re a normal READER, why don’t you try LISTENING to the audio version of What Some Would Call Lies?  My weekly podcast story is usually about ten minutes.  Episode 7: Compliments, Booze and Unemployment Checks is about 9 minutes.  Check it out.

    Some friendships are meant to last forever…and others are meant to last for twenty minutes in the hallway of some lady’s house in Los Angeles while you eavesdrop on two strangers having sex in the next room.

    And don’t forget to go write an iTunes review to be entered in the What Some Would Call Lies t-shirt giveaway!

     

     

  • Listen!!

    The guilt of murdering a man has weighed on my shoulders for four years.  Today I come clean…AND I give away a t-shirts.

    And don’t forget that you can win this cool t-shirt by writing an iTunes review before January 30th, 2011 [click here to open the What Some Would Call Lies podcast in iTunes].

  • I’m taking my first trip back to California since I moved to Arizona just over a year ago.  It’s crazy to think that it’s been a year already.

    Me and D are driving out on Friday, and we’ll be back on Sunday.

    Pictures to come.