Ep. 86: Travis Nelson

Travis Nelson

Comedian Travis Nelson stops by the studio to talk comedy, travel & relationships. Travis is from Seattle, WA and I had a great time meeting and talking to him. I hope you enjoy as much as I have.  Now Listen, share, review, repeat and enjoy!





Ep. 85: Me and I

I discuss current events and the on-goings of my friends.


Ep. 80: Sammy Arechar & Johnny Beehner

Sammy & Beehner

A cavalcade of comedy folks! I chat comedy, life, dogs & Mad Libs with comedians Sammy Arechar & Johnny Beehner. Both getting their comedic starts in Milwaukee, WI; Sammy shares his recent move to Chicago & Johnny updates us on he & family now living in Los Angeles. I had a great time with these guys & hope to sit see them again soon. We hope you enjoy. Now listen, share, review & repeat!


Ep. 79: Johnny Beehner

Mr. Beehner stops by for his 3rd visit & time on the show! We had a blast & we hope you do as well. Many thanks to Johnny for his time. Now listen, share, review & repeat!


Ep.78: Sammy Arechar

I have great conversation with comedian Sammy Arechar. Many thanks to Sammy for his time! Listen, share, review and repeat!

Ep. 77: Emily Galati


I had the pleasure of sitting down and talking comedy, writing, Last Comic Standing and the weather with comedian Emily Galati. Emily is hilarious and a blast to chat with. Many thanks to Emily for her time and please catch a show of her’s when she is near you. Now listen, share and repeat. Thanks!

Model 5890 Microwave 1980-2016

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Panasonic Model 5890 Microwave passed away January 20, 2016 in Black River Falls, WI. Purchased by Ed Olson at a JC Penny in Appleton, WI in 1980; Model 5890 resided in Hortonville, WI until 2011 when it moved to Black River Falls, WI where it lived and worked every day until its passing. Originally acquired to heat the occasional leftover and cook boxed meals, Model 5890 loved the job of heating of family meals, steadfast preparation of hot dogs, the warming of bottles of 4 grandchildren and endless last minute snacks. Model 5890 rose to promise and fame by standing the test of time and duration over its life by having its lighting bulb replaced only twice in its 36 years of service. Always there when a need arose, Model 5890 had the stains to show the love of a fast, warm meal. Survived by its brother; a Roper Washing Machine, Model 5890 will be missed. A small service will be held at Eddie’s Garage in Black River Falls, WI on Saturday January 30th. In lieu of flowers the family has asked for you to warm a meal in your own personal microwave on January 30th in Memory of Model 5890.