Jun 5, 2017
I'm at the Christian Comedy Association convention today,
Pkarlgh! Gonna be A LOT of weird interviews next week (maybe for
the rest of my life). So stay tuned.
I'm setting up the Springapalooza show with Peter Heck because
we're small potatoes and we can't afford a road crew. You can
listen in while I helpfully carry around my recorder and Peter does
stuff. There's a strict dress code and I enforce it with one of the
other performers. I dial a telephone. We are trapped inside
the theater. We died of starvation. That's not true. Instead, we
disconnect America from the internet and I play one of the greatest
songs of all time for Peter and he doesn't appreciate it because
he's a grouch.
Then the podcast moves to Pizza Hut where we discuss Luke's
most recent show while pasta flows like water. Luke makes a
suggestion for how Andrew should make a living after graduation.
He's probably going to be living in my basement for a century. I
quiz Lori to see if she remembers what I told her about pizza being
proof that God exists. (She doesn't.) The Peaches offers a
philosophy about plants and gluttony. Andrew weaves a few tales
about his lawn mowing experiences (lots of bees). Lori and I kinda
of argue about desire to learn. Emmi makes a lot of noise in her
high chair... The kids are amazed that I don't want to learn how to
build a trebuchet. We end with a sad story about a ruined
Peaches and I finish last week's discussion about the pregnant
girl who wasn't allowed to walk across the stage at her graduation
ceremony. We make excuses for ourselves making excuses. The
idea that 'it could happen to anybody' is wrong. Some stuff won't
ever happen if you don't want it to. And even in a hurricane,
shoplifting is wrong. I tell Peaches what she taught me when she
was a tiny baby.