#276 Mark Poolos

#276 Mark Poolos

Did you know there are three quarterbacks per team? Fascinating. Mark Poolos was born and raised in Edina, Minnesota. To start his career he co-starred in two independent films “Attack of the Killer Snow Cone Zombies” and “Joanie Loves Furbies”. After his performances in those two films there wasn’t a person who didn’t know his […]

#275 Emily Galati

#275 Emily Galati

Alex and Kathryn are ready for vacation, as is made apparent at the end of this episode. Not your typical female comedian, Emily Galati does not dwell on the differences between men and women or any of the other cliche topics you have come to expect from female comics. Instead, she offers up intelligent and […]

#274 Tommy B and Tommy B

#274 Tommy B and Tommy B

Today we had Bob Emfield on, best known as the co-founder of Tommy Bahama and, apparently, color-changing shirts. Bob and Jan Emfield decided to buy a vacation home at Bonita Beach in the 1970s after exploring Florida for a long time. Thus was born the Tommy Bahama concept: The couple invented a laid-back character who […]

#273 Jason Davis

#273 Jason Davis

Want to know more about On The Road? Too bad, because we talked about everything else instead. From “On The Water” To “On The Road”, Davis Has Covered The World. Jason has won numerous awards, including two Emmy Awards in 2006 for Magazine Program (“Family Reunions”) and Documentary (“Spelling Bee”). In 2005, Jason won two […]

#272 Jungle Bird

#272 Jungle Bird

Remember when the bird guy was on TV during last year’s US Open? I don’t, but everyone else does and that’s what’s important. Also features a short interview with Wendy Paulson of Gillette Children’s Hospital. Jungle Bird Inc. is a non-profit technology company, working to develop a direct-action, fund raising platform to finance the planting […]

#271 What a Week – August 25th

#271 What a Week – August 25th

Featuring Mike Evans and the Rasmussen Twins®.

#270 Felicia Michaels

#270 Felicia Michaels

This is a reminder that, despite the fact that most of this episode was about how children are obnoxious, adoption is a good thing. Just ask Felicia. Felicia Michaels is a stand-up comedian. She was nominated twice for Funniest Female Comic by the American Comedy Awards; in 1999 she won the award. She has released […]

#269 Tim Slagle

#269 Tim Slagle

Today we discuss future sponsors with Tim and Cy. Tim Slagle is a stand-up comedian, writer/editor and a political pundit. His material leans towards political satire. He is known for his regular contributions to Liberty Magazine. He currently lives in the Chicago metropolitan area.

#268 Matt Anderson

#268 Matt Anderson

Matt talks briefly about his new book, Running Mate, and then Tony says he sounds like Ned Flanders. Rude. Matthew M. Anderson envisioned the Running Mate story during the 2008 presidential election. A former college athlete and history teacher, he currently serves as a pastor at Calvary Lutheran Church in Golden Valley, Minnesota. The son […]

#267 Rudy Maxa

#267 Rudy Maxa

It’s the Tom Barnard Podcast Depression-a-thon featuring ruined marriages and celebrity suicides. Hooray. Rudy Maxa is a consumer travel expert. He’s the host and executive producer of 85 half-hour travel shows on the world’s great destinations that are broadcast on public television in the U.S. with the titles Smart Travels: Europe with Rudy Maxa, Smart […]

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