• Episode 90: Jokes

    Episode 90: Jokes

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one…

    Another episode of What Some Would Call Lies – the storytelling podcast.  This time I talk about how jokes have influenced me.  Drop me a line and tell me your favorite jokes.

  • Episode 81: Snail Mail

    Episode 81: Snail Mail

    Don’t take away the postal service!!  Sure the system takes a $20 billion dollar a year loss and they face a mountain of unfunded pension and healthcare liabilities.  But…I like it.

  • Episode 73: Nostalgia

    Episode 73: Nostalgia

    This is a little different from the normal What Some Would Call Lies episode.  This week I’m playing music and giving you a quiz.  Break out your paper and pencil.  And no cheating!

  • Episode 61: Penny For Your Thoughts

    Episode 61: Penny For Your Thoughts

    Mmmmm!  30-year-old copper never tasted so good.

    If you like What Some Would Call Lies…might I suggest you give one of my favorite podcasts a try?  This week I suggest you try out Nerdonomy: Nerds On History.  So good….Christiana from Greetings From Nowhere suggested this one a couple of weeks ago and I’m podcast crushing.  History is full of amazing stories.  Brian and Eric explore the most inspirational, terrifying and hilarious events in history.  Everything from the creation of the universe to the invention of cheese in a can…and everything in between.  Learn something new weekly.  Head over to Nerdonomy.com.

  • Episode 57: Four Stories From A Cemetery

    Episode 57: Four Stories From A Cemetery

    Today I’ll be telling you four stories that all have a common setting – a cemetery.  It’s going to be a real mood lifter!

    If you liked the music I used in the episode this week, go download it.  The song was Home by Phillip Phillips.  download it on Amazon for only $.99. Episode 57: Four Stories From A Cemetery

    If you like What Some Would Call Lies…might I suggest you give one of my favorite podcasts a try?  This week I suggest you try out The Memory Palace.  From award-winning public radio producer, Nate DiMeo.  Short, surprising stories of the past.  Sometimes heart breaking, sometimes hysterical, always super-great.  For history buffs, fans of public radio and for admirers of things that are super-great go to thememorypalace.us or search The Memory Palace in iTunes.

  • Episode 55: Night Swimming

    Episode 55: Night Swimming

    It’s not like years ago, the fear of getting caught, of recklessness and water.

    If you like What Some Would Call Lies…might I suggest you give one of my favorite podcasts a try?  This week I suggest you try Cocktails and Cream Puffs.  Cocktails and Cream Puffs is a gay, comedy, pop-culture show hosted by Joey, Marc and the adorable Matt Crehan Higgins.  Check them out and listen as they discuss the intimate and insane adventures of their own lives, give the reach around to your most favored and hated celebs, and discuss the news as only they can. Find them at CocktailsAndCreamPuffs.com or search iTunes.

    If you liked the music I used in the episode this week, go download it. The song was Nightswimming by REM Episode 55: Night Swimming. Click the link to donwload a copy of the song.

  • Episode 48: Through The Looking Glass

    Episode 48: Through The Looking Glass

    Today I have a story to tell that is kind of peculiar and hard to understand.  It plays with logic and you might think is not grounded in reality…but it is!

    This is a “continuation” or conclusion to the story I told last week… Episode 47: The Autumn Wallace Club.

    The song used in this episode is Alice from Avril Lavigne. Download the song for just $.99 on Amazon. Episode 48: Through The Looking Glass

  • Episode 47: The Autumn Wallace Club

    Episode 47: The Autumn Wallace Club

    Sure, this story starts with a startling, shocking moment from my childhood…but forget about that horribly tragic murder for a second…I’ve got a story to tell.

  • Episode 46: The Origin Story

    Episode 46: The Origin Story

     

    We all have a variety of hangups.  Some of them are innate fears or anxieties that we can’t trace back to a particular traumatic moment…and other’s we can blame on mom.

    I wish that I had more time to write and record this week.  I’m super busy, so I made sure to sit down and write SOMETHING.  What you get is a quickie.  :)  Enjoy!

  • Episode 37: The Castaway

    Episode 37: The Castaway

    37 150x150 Episode 37: The CastawayImagination, and life lessons.  Warm weather and playing till the street lights turn on.  Summertime and the living is easy.