On the couch with Paul Gilmartin.
On the couch with Paul Gilmartin.
Cannot wait to listen to this! His new podcast is great.
Great episode. I was lucky enough to see Paul twice at the Bridgetown Comedy Fest this weekend. He was doing his G.O.P. character, Rep. Richard Martin. He took questions from the liberal audience, and explained to them how America really works. “Why raise kids if you’re not going to raise winners?”
Also, Jimmy, if you’re still looking for door hardware, try Liz’s Antique Hardware on La Brea and 6th. They can order new hardware as well.
I’m ten minutes in, and the answer to the question of “Who goes to see the Gypsy Palm Reader” is, as we learned in NNF season 1, Graham Elwood.
Ahhh Podcast and a Gilmartin, nothing better.
Being from Buenos Aires, I thought that UCSB Gauchos sounded like they were really reaching for a unique mascot, but I have to say, that logo looks nice!
The videos on the home page of saxophone.com are the best.
Also, if you want to develop, tuba(s).com, the saxophone.com guy really is the one to check with. Check out the video on the saxophone.com homepage called “Keeping America Strong”– there’s an interview with the guy in it where he explains all about it…
Awesome. I’ve been wondering, is Paul related to Laurie Kilmartin?
My niche is tubas!
“…reeds for the tuba…” was my favorite part of this tubacast.
OK…..I have always been a fan of Paul….after this episode with him dropping the C bomb several times makes me rethink my choices.
Aaron G: Didn’t even catch that. Priceless.
Yay! So excited that Paul is the guest! Other faves I’ve missed are Maria and Cathy Ladman. Come back, ladies!
Just got back from the hilarious live show in Patlanta and forgot to tell Belknap that he’s missing the boat on the tuba website. The real money is gonna be in YouTuba, which is just videos of people playing the tuba.
Wow what a great show at the Punchline in Patlanta! Thanks to the Never Not Funny crew for a spectatular evening.
Just back from the Atlanta show myself, Watch out Rod Stewart!
Anyone else think it was totally unfair for Jimmy to tell his eBay/Nook story without letting the Third Chair Pat Francis tell his side of the story? “Dear Mr. Pardo……”
This episode has been great for several reasons.
One: You introduced me to a solid new podcast that actually deals with some issues that are very relevant to me and my fmaily, so thanks for that.
Two: Collecting talk, always down for that as a nutbar collector of many things.
Three: Nice mention of Cardboard Gods, bought that last year and was a great read. If you want another great Baseball book, check out the The Baseball Codes or Are We Winning, which deals with father & son relationships and baseball. Both solid reads.
Well back to work, these CDs aren’t gonna sell themselves.
Paul talked about singlemaltscotch.com in episode 204… six seasons later and his number one prospect still hasn’t sold.
@Alex – Maybe he’s planning to make a site to sell his own scotch and he’s just been waiting 6 years for the damn stuff to age…
This board is on fire.
One of the best episodes in a long time! So great
Just listened to the end of this episode today. Great, as always. However I have to be the bearer of bad tidings. Near the end of the ep, Jimmy and Paul were talking about the Steely Dan album “Gaucho,” and Jimmy mentioned guitarist Hiram Bullock, who was an original member of Letterman’s “Late Night” band, and who played on “Gaucho.” Jimmy wondered aloud what had happened to Hiram. Alas, he died three years ago.
Love Paul. He is always great. My finances are in order for next season after letting a couple domain names expire.
Jimmy, I have a Nook I rooted myself. Love it. Love everything about it. I’m no expert but if you have a question I might know the answer or could probably find it.
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