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Episode 11 – Dick on Magic  

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Larry Bleidner attempts to read an Erotic Story, Morlocks and Eloys don't mix, my beef with Marc Maron reaches a flash point, tech support during the apocalypse, new drops from Tim Changzzzzz, the light and dark side of magic, the culture of idea sharing, the time Sean and I slept together, and technical problems continue to bedevil us, all this and more this week on The Dick Show!

Hot off the presses, my beef with Marc Maron has reached new heights of aggression and virtual violence as the world famous comedian and podcaster savagely attacks Dickheads on Twitter.

@dickmasterson thanks dick! See that @marcmaron? That's a dude that reaches out to the fans. True class— Biggie Talls (@shan9ne) August 11, 2016

@dickmasterson @shan9ne got it! Just send people to your voicemail.— marc maron (@marcmaron) August 11, 2016

@michaelfee81 @dickmasterson @marcmaron IT IS ON!!! pic.twitter.com/VvKQSoGOwA— James (@Furious4rizzle) August 12, 2016

@Furious4rizzle @michaelfee81 @dickmasterson shouldn’t draw during class. junior high is important.— marc maron (@marcmaron) August 12, 2016

Will Marc Maron ever stop his war against fans of this show? Will Twitter put an end to his out of control bullying? I guess some men just want to see the world burn.

Speaking of hot beefs, Larry Bleidner comes in on fire this week fresh off a 3,000 mile trip from Graceland. How has Elvis Presley Enterprises managed to posthumously embarrass the King of Rock and Roll and hold our heads that much longer and deeper into the toilet swirly of glitchy, kitschy, Wall-E fatso, tech-fetishized, over-processed, over-produced, device-driven, lagging, dragging bullshit that is the ham-fisted forcing of augmented reality in places where no one needed nor asked for it? With virtual tours. Graceland is not Lucie Wilde. I don't need an interactive multi-media POV experience of what it's like to be inside because I can actually do it.

We also talk Starbucks, safe spaces, quiet rooms, and the culture of idea sharing. Here are some ideas I would like to share with Starbucks ideators. Writing screenplays is like whistling, and everyone doing it at a coffee shop is blowing Dixie out their assholes. Ideas are the currency of the future. And just the currency of the present, they'll be systematically devalued by a central bureaucracy of that deflates the value of good ideas and provides bailouts for ones that are shit.

In other news, men are getting weaker. In fact, some men are so weak these days they can't even carry backup audio equipment with them when it's time to record. We also introduce the Man Scouts, our answer to the Boy Scouts, an organization started for similar reasons a century ago.

Tim Changzzzzz let's us know when he'll be available to make an appearance on the show, and sends in some hot drops to keep his brand recognition alive. And Dustin Siniawa from the Dickheads on Facebook manages to trick me into a 20 minute story of the time Sean and I slept together. It was in Europe. Things are different over there. Don't get any ideas.

Next week, Joe Starr returns to challenge Denzel and Lowtax calls in to tell us what makes him a rage. See you next Tuesday!

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WTF, It's Marc Maron  

WTF! It’s Marc Maron. Yes, that Marc Maron. The one who has had many ups and downs in life and now is on a BIG up. I sat down with Marc in a hotel room in Bloomington, IN where he was performing at the legendary Comedy Attic. We chat about the stand up process, how this whole comedy thing started, and happiness.

As one of the most successful podcasters in the business we delve into how that came about and some of the famous guests he has talked with in his garage studio in California. He shares what led up to one of the most famous podcasts of all time, the The President of the United States, Barrack Obama. And let’s not forget his semi auto-biographical show that just ended on IFC, Maron. After four seasons Marc decided to put an end to the comedy, we find out why.

All of this plus Carnegie Hall! How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Listen now to Marc Maron and find out. Enjoy!

Marc Maron  

Today's Turnaround guest is Marc Maron, standup comic, actor, and host of one of the biggest podcasts ever: WTF with Marc Maron. Maron has a big personality, and it shows in his interviews. He's not rattling off a list of questions, but instead he's trying to have a conversation that's intimate and real. It doesn't always go smoothly, but it usually reveals a lot about the guest, even if they aren't into it. Marc talks with Jesse about what it's like recording his very popular show in his garage, his strategy for getting people to loosen up, and the difference between his standup and podcast personas. They also discuss two very different people who loom large in their consciousness: Terry Gross and Chris Hardwick. 

Marc Maron  

Marc Maron and I have been friends since 1992 when we were both living in San Francisco in that city's golden era of comedy. In this conversation we talk about our history and the many ups and downs we have both experienced in the course of our friendship. Marc is the person who popularized the medium of podcasting and it is my pleasure to present to you now the one and only Marc Maron! 

"Spite has fueled my entire career." - Marc Maron
#386 - Marc Maron  

 

Marc Maron, Comedian and Host of the "WTF with Marc Maron podcast," joins Joey Diaz and Lee Syatt in studio.

Joey will be making his second appearance as "Bobby Mendez" on Marc's show "Maron" on Wednesday June 8th at 9Pm EST on IFC. Check it Out!

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   Recorded live on 06/06/2016.


 

Industry Standard 51: Marc Maron  

MARC MARON is one of the most respected comedians in the country, a pioneer in the world of comedy podcasting, and a legend in the stand-up community for his extraordinary career that has spanned three decades. He has appeared on HBO, “Conan,” “Letterman,” two comedy central presents specials, and countless other television appearances. He has written a best selling book based on his solo show, “The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life As a Reluctant Messiah,” created a second critically acclaimed one-person show entitled “Scorching the Earth,” and and his three CDs, "Not Sold Out,” “Tickets Still Available” and “Final Engagement” are comedy cult classics.  Marc headlined an episode of John Oliver's New York stand-up show, was ranked # 7 in Comedy Central's annual Stand-Up showdown, and was the host of Comedy Central’s flagship show “Short Attention Span Theater.” His podcast "WTF with Marc Maron" skyrocketed to # 1 on the iTunes comedy charts, has consistently been one of the most listened to since its inception, and ranked # 3 as the “best podcast” by iTunes rewind. Presently he has his own show on IFC that he created and executive produces entitled “Maron,” which is now starting its second successful season.

#374 - Marc Maron  

Marc Maron is a stand up comedian and actor. Currently Marc hosts his own podcast called "WTF with Marc Maron" and also can be seen in his show "Maron" on IFC.

217 Marc Maron  

Lock the gates! We have an incredible one on one, getting into the actors pain interview with Marc Maron of the WTF podcast on today’s special Thursday episode of Comedy Bing Bong! Marc tells us what we can expect on his new show “Maron,” takes us through his past TV deals, and shares what advice he would give to a younger Marc Maron. Will things get deep enough to make Marc shed tears? Tune in to find out!

Comics Lenny Marcus & Jim Earl  

Comics David Juskow, Jon Ross and Comedy Writer Ethan Berlin. Lenny Marcus appeared on Louie, on the FX network, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on Comedy Central, and in the short film The Unimportance of Being Ernest. Lenny has performed stand-up comedy on television multiple time. he performed on The Late Show with David Letterman three times to amazing reviews. He has also appeared on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, AXS Tv’s Gotham Comedy Live, NBC’s Comedy Showcase with Louie Anderson and MTV’s The Jim Brewer Show. Lenny has made multiple appearances on Tru-tv making fun of the worlds stupidest criminals, shoppers and drivers. You may also have seen him in commercials for the MTV Video Movie Awards, Wendy’s and Marriott or on the radio in commercials for Southwestern Bell Telephone or Priceline.com. He has performed at both the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada three times, HBO’s US Comedy Arts festival, in Aspen Colorado and the Great American Comedy festival in Norfolk, Nebraska. Lenny just released his third comedy CD, "Vegan Cupcakes" to go along with ”You’re Getting A Zero“ and ”Idiots, Toasters, Meredith And Other Things Hazardous To Your Health” which will keep audiences laughing for years to come. David Juskow has been seen on HBO's Crashing, The Sarah Silverman Program, Men of a Certain Age,  and countless late night television shows.  Jon Ross is a brilliant comic and Writers Guild Award winning comedy writer. He has appeared on Conan and countless late night television shows. He recently created the television show Marvin Marvin. His writing credits include Lucky Louie, The Life and Times of Tim, CatDog, Father of The Pride, Andy Parker P.I., and tons of other shows where he has been nominated for several Emmys.  Jim Earl is a stage and radio comedian, comedy writer, musician and cartoonist from California. Earl received a degree in Art History from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1984, and then he began his comedy career in the stand-up comedy team of "Lank and Earl" with his high school friend Barry Lank. He later became a writer for The Daily Show, winning the 2001 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program" and a 2000 Peabody award. After leaving the show, he wrote and performed for a number of Air America Radio's radio shows: The Randi Rhodes Show, Unfiltered with Lizz Winstead and Rachel Maddow and Morning Sedition, where he performed his regular bits: "War on Brains", "Rapture Watch", "Morning Remembrance", "Sammy the Stem Cell", "Todd Brad: Policy Analyst", and "The 5 W's Plus 3 of Journalism." His comedy for the former show is now available for download on his own site, jimearl.com. Upon returning to California, Earl reunited with former Morning Sedition host, Marc Maron, on the Marc Maron Show, which premiered on Air America Radio on February 28, 2006, and had its last show on July 14, 2006. In December 2006, Earl went on to become head writer for the Friday ITch, a comedy-news program for nerds, broadcast on Techweb.com. In 2007, Jim also became a staff writer for "Talkshow with Spike Feresten" on Fox TV. Jim is currently a featured performer on both the Marc Maron podcast, WTF, and the David Feldman Show, where he regularly performs with his band, The Clutter Family. Their eponymous debut was released in April 2010. Ethan T. Berlin is an Emmy Award nominated comedy writer and performer who has written for many of today’s top comedy voices. His credits include, Da’ Ali G Show (HBO), Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell (FX), Billy on the Street (Fuse), Super Jail (Adult Swim), Lopez Tonight (TBS), Crank Yankers (Comedy Central), and Talk Show With Spike Feresten (Fox). He has sold pilots to IFC, MTV, and Cartoon Network. He co-created, executive produced, performed, and wrote on IFC's fake game show Bunk. Ethan has performed on most of the shows he's written for and is a graduate of the Peoples' Improv Theatre. He teaches comedy writing classes at New York University and the Peoples' Improv Theatre. Listen to entire episode here: https://goo.gl/xxgnjP Tell us what you think in the comment section below. More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com About the show: http://bit.ly/2rqp5un Tune in every Tuesday and Friday for brand new episodes of our show featuring a diverse mixture of comedians, actors, professors, comedy writers and journalists talking about your world. Check out our new You Tube channel. More about David: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0271017/?ref_=nv_sr_1 David writes for Triumph The Insult Comic Dog's series on Hulu and Maya and Marty on NBC. David has also won three Prime Time Emmys for comedy writing, as well as four Writers Guild Awards. He has also written on ABC's Roseanne, HBO's Dennis Miller Live, HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Academy Awards, The Emmys, and countless roasts on Comedy Central. Get Social With David: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidfeldmancomedy?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/David_Feldman_ Subscribe to his audio podcast: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/david-feldman-show/id321997239 Become a subscriber to our podcast! When you join for only a $5 monthly subscription donation you’ll gain access to the David Feldman Premium Content, featuring bonus material from the funniest comedians who have been guests on the show. We accept all major credit cards. Join today and help support the show!  

Episode 99: Marc Maron  

In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Marc Maron. They discuss GPS, WTF with Marc Maron, New Jersey, parenting, Obama, and his upcoming Netflix show 'Glow'. This episode is sponsored by Squatty Potty & Blue Apron.

REBROADCAST: WTF It's Marc Maron  

I planned to have a new show ready this week; however, due to my leg, a new cast (pictured), and probably a bit of the meds, I'm revisiting my talk with Marc Maron in a Bloomington hotel room. It was an interview that I enjoyed doing and there was so many interesting things we talked about that it's worth a second listen.

Marc takes us through his many ups and downs in life and he is on a BIG up right now. We chat about the stand up process, how this whole comedy thing started, and happiness.

As one of the most successful podcasters in the business we delve into how that came about and some of the famous guests he has talked with in his garage studio in California. He shares what led up to one of the most famous podcasts of all time, The President of the United States, Barrack Obama. And let’s not forget his semi auto-biographical show that just ended on IFC, Maron. After four seasons Marc decided to put an end to the comedy, we find out why.

Next week I'll be back with an all new episode. Until then, Be Kind!

Almost Famous with Marc Maron: Live from Now Hear This  

Live from the Now Hear This Festival, actor, author, cat lover, and vanguard podcaster Marc Maron joins Matt to talk about his role as the Angry Promoter in the 2000 Cameron Crowe film Almost Famous. Marc tells us all about the pants his character wears, how his scene has now since established a catchprhase in the intro of his popular podcast “WTF with Marc Maron,” and why this role fits just right in his personal range as an actor. He also talks about his cats Monkey & LaFonda, what it’s like to prepare for an interview with Neil Young, and the now infamous Gallagher mid-interview walk out. Plus, Matt’s old college buddy and author Tyler Dilts joins Matt to talk about how WTF and I Was There Too are big influences in his detective novels.This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon ( www.mackweldon.com code: WASTHERE).

Almost Famous with Marc Maron: Live from Now Hear This  

Live from the Now Hear This Festival, actor, author, cat lover, and vanguard podcaster Marc Maron joins Matt to talk about his role as the Angry Promoter in the 2000 Cameron Crowe film Almost Famous. Marc tells us all about the pants his character wears, how his scene has now since established a catchprhase in the intro of his popular podcast “WTF with Marc Maron,” and why this role fits just right in his personal range as an actor. He also talks about his cats Monkey & LaFonda, what it’s like to prepare for an interview with Neil Young, and the now infamous Gallagher mid-interview walk out. Plus, Matt’s old college buddy and author Tyler Dilts joins Matt to talk about how WTF and I Was There Too are big influences in his detective novels. This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: WASTHERE).

Episode 12 – Dick on Hunks  

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Our audio problems are fixed forever, Dick Supporters on Patreon.com have a new enhanced video feed, my Life Coach stops by and doesn't plug his Twitter, Marc Maron gets triggered, I why Maddox is now giving away the Biggest Problem Bonus Episodes, a New Challenger emerges from reddit, Dustin digs himself out of a hole, and I talk about Mike Tyson, God, and my hand being accosted by a man's hoodie at a Trailer Park Boys show. All this and more this week on The Dick Show!

Did you know most Americans suffer family tragedies every day of the week? If you've ever tried to hire anyone, you know this to be true. It's a devastating epidemic that needs the attention of our leaders. But first...

The Dick Show's beef with Marc Maron has reached new heights of rancor and vitriol and explodes spectacularly! The man with the mug and Obama's WTF-BFF has become so incensed with Dick Show listeners, that he's e-stuttering in rage! You know you've pissed someone off when they're making typos. That's internet-iquette 101. If you make a typo, your argument is invalid. Here is the beef as it unfolded.

.@dickmasterson Tried to help @marcmaron a few months ago. He refused to listen or believe anyone deserves better. pic.twitter.com/Mj6Kt3nCul— Daniel David Larson (@D4NDL) August 19, 2016

@shan9ne @dickmasterson great. Should be pproud. Child.— marc maron (@marcmaron) August 18, 2016

@dickmasterson I over did it pic.twitter.com/MmCWDePiLJ— Biggie Talls (@shan9ne) August 23, 2016

You sure did. Speaking of being blocked on Twitter...

What is 50% of zero? It can't be zero, can it? I ask because Maddox has decided to give away all Bonus Episodes of The Biggest Problem in the Universe and my cut is now 50% of zero. I kid. But I have come to realize that Maddox's principles are like my ideal libertarian government. They're so small, you can barely see them--or they don't actually exist except in theory and you need some sort of extreme cognitive dissonance to pretend they exist in practice. The metaphor still holds up! I wonder what to do about it. Hopefully, listeners have better suggestions than my Life Coach.

Sovash, a man who claims to speak for all of The Dick Show on reddit, calls in to air his grievances surrounding Dustin and also to hold me to task for several of my Dick Show campaign promises, namely the promise of hiring a "News Babe" to read the news and I don't mean Sean. I make a number of excuses and discuss my thoughts on beautiful women in Los Angeles in general. Next week, I'll read the Craigslist ad I posted to lure in a young ingenue and you guys can tell me where I fucked up.

Listener Derek Gooley sends Sean a gift to solve his audio issues. It must have worked because we didn't change anything else and this show went off without a hitch. I'll post a picture of it when I find my phone.

See you next Tuesday!

Sources:
Hoodie

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Best Of: Marc Maron / Rabbi Susan Silverman / "I Feel Like"  

In season four of the IFC show 'Maron,' the comic (playing a fictionalized version of himself) relapses with painkillers, and ends up losing his podcast, his cats, and his home. Marc Maron talks about his own experience in rehab, his confessional comedy, and how to reconcile his anxious persona with his current success. Also, linguist Geoff Nunberg discusses the usage of "I feel like." Rabbi Susan Silverman is a mother of five children (two of whom were adopted from Ethiopia) and the older sister of the irreverent comic Sarah Silverman. She talks about how she became a rabbi after growing up in a secular family, her separation anxiety, and her relationship with her sister.

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Marc Maron On Sobriety And His 'Uncomfortable' Comfort Zone  

In season four of the IFC show 'Maron,' the comic (playing a fictionalized version of himself) relapses with painkillers, and ends up losing his podcast, his cats, and his home — and living in a storage unit. Marc Maron talks about his own experience in rehab, his confessional comedy, and how to reconcile his anxious persona with his current success. Also, linguist Geoff Nunberg discusses the usage of "I feel like."

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ALN - Marc Maron  

Marc Maron is directly responsible for the ALN podcast existing. He pioneered a new medium and made it cool, popular, and fun for fans of comedy around the world. Marc doesn't do a lot of other podcasts, so we were beyond thrilled he came by and chatted with us for over 2 hours! From doing cocaine with Sam Kinison, to starting comedy in Boston, to how WTF came to be, to Obama, to season 4 of his show MARON on IFC, and why he was cut out of D2 MIGHTY DUCKS, we cover it all. Subscribe to the show on ITUNES, and enjoy the hell out of this conversation. Follow Marc on TWITTER @marcmaron, follow Adam @adamraycomedy & Brad @funnybrad.

ACS: Marc Maron  

Marc Maron talks one on one with Adam about the new season of 'Maron', his interview with President Obama, and what it takes to be fearless. AdamCarolla.com

DIFFICULT PEOPLE (Gæster: Ditte Hansen og Louise Mieritz)  

Frederik får besøg af komikerduoen Ditte Hansen og Louise Mieritz til en snak om verdens måske bedste podcast WTF WITH MARC MARON, spænding i krimiserien BROEN, verdens mest vanvittige anmelderprogram REVIEW og usympatiske hovedkarakterer i DIFFICULT PEOPLE. Titler: WTF WITH MARC MARON (iTunes), REVIEW (YouTube), BROEN (dr.dk), NORSKOV (TV2 Play), DIFFICULT PEOPLE (HBO Nordic) Frederik Dirks Gottlieb

Tidskoder:

00:00:  Frederik ringer til Kasper og hører hvad han skal streame under sin barsel.

03:40: Ditte Hansen og Louise Mieritz om at skrive komedieserien ‘Ditte og Louise’ som et komikerpar, jalousi og en mulig sæson 2.13:10: Louise anbefaler verdens bedste podcast, Marc Maron WTF (iTunes).

18:53: Ditte anbefaler Broen sæson 3 (dr.dk).

25:35: Frederik anbefaler komedieserien Review (YouTube).

30:05: Vi diskuterer TV2’s lukning af Norskov og ringer i den forbindelse til Soundvenues filmredaktør som er rasende på TV2.

40:40: Hvilke usympatiske seriefigurer elsker vi og hvorfor?

43:15: Anmeldelse af komedieserien Difficult People (HBO Nordic).


Wind of Change with Marc Maron - Episode #571  

Marc Maron talked to us. In other news, Jeremy likes TV fun but hates real human fun and Stacy considers her next adventure. Also, Marc Maron talked to us. Plus, space coyotes!

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