Thursday, February 23, 2006

Episode 4 of the Schnauzer Logic Podcast Posted... Longest Episode EVER! (so far...)

Sonovista, my friends!!! As I write, the latest (and longest) episode of Schnauzer Logic, the Podcast, is being uploaded to the server. Another great show, we have a great time putting these together, and hope you have fun listening!

I'm going to keep the show blog short this time, but briefly, we started off with a song parody much like the kind that Dickie Goodman used to do... I grew up in NYC listening to these kind of novelty songs, and so today's opening audio is an homage to both Dickie and Dick.

After that, while we waited for Sean to arrive, Parviz and I talked about the press release (over 30,000 downloads and 550 pick-ups by the media, as of right now), and my 'doctored' photograph... Then Sean showed up as we were heading into break. When we came back we talked with John DeKoven of Laugh-A-Lot Productions who filled us in on how to make big money in comedy (its not on stage!) and then played a round of Win John DeKoven's Money against Parviz... for the record, the answers are 1. Alan Shepard, 2. Huey, Dewey and Louie, 3. Boo Boo Kitty, 4. Duckbilled Platapus or Spiney Anteater, 5. 1949, 6. Muhamed Ali and Joe Fraizer, 7. Bruce Willis, 8. Ben Franklin, 9. Uncle Leo, and 10. Midnight Cowboy.

After the break, Sean talked boinking squirrels, and Parviz talked Powerball Lottery winners and we all talked Donald and Martha and a new kind of Danon Yogurt and our new MySpace account and more stuff that I don't remember.

Finally, in honor of the third-greatest number of hits on the Press Release coming from Norway, all of today's show's music comes from Norwegian musicians (which was hardly a burden since there was so much great music to choose from!) and can be found on

Break 1 - Anqui - Envious

Break 2 - Roy Martin - In A Moment Of Weakness

Break 3 - Redbait - Talking Weather

Break 4 - OJ Trio - She Is Mine

And that's all we got! Let us know if the longer show is a problem or if we should encode at a lower quality... (the audio is mono but high quality so the music sounds great without having the whole program get too large). And if you're currently a MySpace user, add us to your friends list, and we'll do the same!

And until next time:

Show Up
Pay Attention
Tell The Truth
And Don't Be Attached To The Outcome
(Angeles Arrien - The Four Fold Way)


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