49 min

Happy International Men's Day to #NotAllMen — Kirsten Drysdale, Kirk Docker, Michael Mazengarb, Lewis Hobba and Dan Ilic A Rational Fear

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On the podcast this week we are joined by fearmongers who go way back to Hungry Beast: Kirk Docker (You Can’t Ask That), Kirsten Drysdale (Reputation Rehab), Lewis Hobba (Triple J) and Dan Ilic (Out Of Home Media Buyer).

We’re also joined by Michael Mazengarb from RenewEconomy.com.au who gives us break down on the spurious modelling behind the Australian Government’s Net Zero by 2050 target that they took to COP26.

On the agenda this week:


Australian Podcast Awards


Alan Jones’ Social Network


Dave Sharma’s Typos


Golden Shower Rock and Roll


Eddie Obeid’s family business


Australia’s Greatest High Jumper


Does Australia’s Net Zero by 2050 modelling add up? (It doesn’t)

Cheers

Dan Ilic
Hammer Purveyor

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Bertha Announcement  0:00  
This podcast is supported in part by the birther foundation. Good evening, Lewis.

Dan Ilic  0:05  
Hello. How are you?

Lewis Hobba  0:06  
Hello, Daniel. I'm really good. How are you?

Dan Ilic  0:08  
I'm really good. I'm really good. It's been a couple of weeks since we've done a podcast. I've almost forgotten how to do a podcast. I did. Yeah, it's

Lewis Hobba  0:16  
any consolation. No one listening to the podcast would have thought you knew what you were doing before?

Dan Ilic  0:21  
Well, we've had a huge bump in the ratings were about 1000 up from last month, which is huge. So there are people listening. So thank you for listening everyone. And also, I Something happened between over the last two weeks we didn't even get to talk about and that is, we have been nominated for an Australian podcast Award for Best Comedy podcasts. 2021 which is great. We're that guy for two in a row. Yeah, we go over to on the road and we I'm confused because sizzle town was there like our arch nemesis because they always won and they're not on this list. I don't know. Whatever happened to Tony mountain sizzle down

Lewis Hobba  0:54  
Tony, Tony Martin, just that he just isn't finding anymore. After 60 years of being one of the kindest, funniest, best gentle bit of Australian comedy, he's lost it and it's canceled coach's fault. You can't do comedy anymore.

Dan Ilic  1:07  
Many people will say that you have replaced Tony Martin as the tall skinny guy with glasses. Yeah, they can only be one tall, skinny man with glasses in comedy is

Lewis Hobba  1:16  
genuinely every time Tony Manon and I are in the room together. Someone will come up to us and say, Can we get a photo with the two of you? And Tony Martin is so bored of it and it brings me so much joy didn't

Dan Ilic  1:27  
You didn't when you didn't you cast as a young Tony Martin for Tony mountain film.

Lewis Hobba  1:33  
It's it's this is a bit of a long story. I'll try to cut it as quickly as possible. When I was like 23 and I was at film school. And I'd never done any performing. I just done like a little bit of stand up. I was really like supergreen happened to be at Eddie perfect engagement party. And lucky Hume the actor bailed me up at this party and started chatting. And he was like, mate, Tony Martin's a mate of mine. And you look exactly like him. You sound exactly like Tony Martin. Um, I came out and sort of my comedy heroes that is so kind of you lucky him. And he's like, you'll never believe it. Me and Tony are working on a life story of Tony Martin. Right now we're looking for a young Tony Martin, and it's got to be you. And I you could you believe how excited I was. It was genuinely the happiest night of my life. And

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On the podcast this week we are joined by fearmongers who go way back to Hungry Beast: Kirk Docker (You Can’t Ask That), Kirsten Drysdale (Reputation Rehab), Lewis Hobba (Triple J) and Dan Ilic (Out Of Home Media Buyer).

We’re also joined by Michael Mazengarb from RenewEconomy.com.au who gives us break down on the spurious modelling behind the Australian Government’s Net Zero by 2050 target that they took to COP26.

On the agenda this week:


Australian Podcast Awards


Alan Jones’ Social Network


Dave Sharma’s Typos


Golden Shower Rock and Roll


Eddie Obeid’s family business


Australia’s Greatest High Jumper


Does Australia’s Net Zero by 2050 modelling add up? (It doesn’t)

Cheers

Dan Ilic
Hammer Purveyor

PATREON 💸:

If you enjoy our podcast, emails and important climate change conversations, chip in here:  www.patreon.com/arationalfear

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👕 BUY OUR MERCH HERE

 

 

Bertha Announcement  0:00  
This podcast is supported in part by the birther foundation. Good evening, Lewis.

Dan Ilic  0:05  
Hello. How are you?

Lewis Hobba  0:06  
Hello, Daniel. I'm really good. How are you?

Dan Ilic  0:08  
I'm really good. I'm really good. It's been a couple of weeks since we've done a podcast. I've almost forgotten how to do a podcast. I did. Yeah, it's

Lewis Hobba  0:16  
any consolation. No one listening to the podcast would have thought you knew what you were doing before?

Dan Ilic  0:21  
Well, we've had a huge bump in the ratings were about 1000 up from last month, which is huge. So there are people listening. So thank you for listening everyone. And also, I Something happened between over the last two weeks we didn't even get to talk about and that is, we have been nominated for an Australian podcast Award for Best Comedy podcasts. 2021 which is great. We're that guy for two in a row. Yeah, we go over to on the road and we I'm confused because sizzle town was there like our arch nemesis because they always won and they're not on this list. I don't know. Whatever happened to Tony mountain sizzle down

Lewis Hobba  0:54  
Tony, Tony Martin, just that he just isn't finding anymore. After 60 years of being one of the kindest, funniest, best gentle bit of Australian comedy, he's lost it and it's canceled coach's fault. You can't do comedy anymore.

Dan Ilic  1:07  
Many people will say that you have replaced Tony Martin as the tall skinny guy with glasses. Yeah, they can only be one tall, skinny man with glasses in comedy is

Lewis Hobba  1:16  
genuinely every time Tony Manon and I are in the room together. Someone will come up to us and say, Can we get a photo with the two of you? And Tony Martin is so bored of it and it brings me so much joy didn't

Dan Ilic  1:27  
You didn't when you didn't you cast as a young Tony Martin for Tony mountain film.

Lewis Hobba  1:33  
It's it's this is a bit of a long story. I'll try to cut it as quickly as possible. When I was like 23 and I was at film school. And I'd never done any performing. I just done like a little bit of stand up. I was really like supergreen happened to be at Eddie perfect engagement party. And lucky Hume the actor bailed me up at this party and started chatting. And he was like, mate, Tony Martin's a mate of mine. And you look exactly like him. You sound exactly like Tony Martin. Um, I came out and sort of my comedy heroes that is so kind of you lucky him. And he's like, you'll never believe it. Me and Tony are working on a life story of Tony Martin. Right now we're looking for a young Tony Martin, and it's got to be you. And I you could you believe how excited I was. It was genuinely the happiest night of my life. And

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