Comedian Rob Santos and comedy writer Jeff Deldona speak on everything from the mundane to the insane and all in-between. Childhood friends embark on a journey of laughter and truth in each episode.
Episode LXII: Radical Acceptance
In this old episode we talk about social justice and our views on the state of the country. Please like, subscribe, share, and comment on our podcast! We would love your feedback!!
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Episode LXI: Broad Strokes
Hey hey hey Tree Huggers!
In this episode we have young and up coming comedian from CT Amber Cruz! She joins us to talk about J.K. Rowling, giving words meaning, ass play, and much more! Also, Rob gives a glimpse of his Each One, Teach One Workshop as he welcomes the students taking the class!
Episode LX: Be Considerate of this episode
Hey Tree Huggers,
In this episode we back into the mind to discuss if we can accept actual change....
Episode LIX: Not Live With Kelly Ripa
Hey Tree huggers! This episode we have absolutely no contact with Kelly Ripa at all but that doesn't mean we can talk about the situation she's in!! We also talk about the civil unrest in America.
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Chris Hardwick Part II: The Return...Again...
Hey hey hey Tree huggers!! Rob and Jeff are back for the millionth time!!
In this episode, it has nothing to do with Chris Hardwick we just wanted to use the episode name because we had a part one with his name attached to it.
But we talk about mental health, are you a jerk for saying you're great, Kyrie Irving and his mood swings, also simple people, and anything else that I can't remember.
Also, special shoutout to Oregon Amy!!! Our true day one fan!!
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Episode LVIII: Chris Hardwick Part I
This is a bit of an old podcast. I have no idea what was on it but it's gotta be interesting if we were recording for about 2 hours or so! Enjoy!!
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I'll never be alone again.
After the incident that took my family from me, I'd come home to silence. I've never been one to enjoy the quiet. I always wanted to have a home that bustled with the sound of loved ones talking about their day over meals at the table, giggling at inside jokes, and a mother tucking her children in to bed. I had all of that, until one day I didn't. Each night, I sat alone in silence hoping to fall asleep to escape it. Most nights, there was no escape. Until I found 'Trees Falling in the Woods'. Now there is laughter in this home once again. I can confirm for you that if a tree falls in the woods, it does make a sound... if you listen. The criminal justice system may have let me down, but 'Trees Falling in the Woods' lifts me up. Ironically, I finally feel as though I'm "out of the woods". I'll never feel that deep, dark loneliness again, so long as Rob and Jeff continue to "MAKE SOME NOISE".