Episode 165 Plug Me

It has been a fun few weeks as I listen to other podcasters and how they are promoting my show and I had nothing to do with it! Spend quality time with Joe and I as we make breakfast and then I talk about a few movie recommendations to you.

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5 Responses to “Episode 165 Plug Me”

  1. Arthur (AmeriNZ) Says:

    That audio montage at the beginning was really fun! I also thought it was interesting that Omar was nervous about being on your show because I was, too (until I was).

    Breakfast was fun, too, but I have to have maple syrup.

    But especially thanks for sharing at the end. You get your guests to open up so much, so it’s nice to be able to learn a little more about you, too. After all, we never know when our example can become an inspiration.

    But curse you! Because of your interviews, I had to subscribe to “Pod is my Co-pilot”, Great–ANOTHER podcast to listen to!

    Seriously, looking forward to the next RR show!

  2. Archerr Says:

    I loved the beginning of today’s show! That was so fun. You don’t realize how many people actually talk about your show.

    If someone had said to me what that guy said to you at work, I would have seen a lawyer and sued the guy. What an asshole.

  3. Casey Says:

    Brown sugar on French toast seems strange. To make REALLY good french toast, instead of milk, use egg nog. Man, that is SOOOOOOOOOOO tasty. And be sure to pick up your soy candles by Phebes

  4. John Q. Public Says:

    It is shocking to think that someone would be so callous as to indicate that a bandage is covering up something related to AIDS. I can understand how you would handle it differently today.

    So, you don’t use syrup, just brown sugar?

  5. (F)reddy Says:

    Brown sugar on FRENCH TOAST? Sacrilege.

    I enjoyed the montage at the beginning, even if it sounded like they were making fun of ya a bit. The fact of the matter, as I’ve said before, is YES, you self-promote. But more so than yourself, you also promote, not only other podcasts, but every other form of entertainer out there as well. And for that, you should be very proud. I wonder how many of the other podcasters who talked about your “shameless plugging” got new listeners to their own shows having been found on your own. So plug on, Tom!

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