Skeet shooting with Matt Braunger.
Skeet shooting with Matt Braunger.
Common Matt Braugner, get these guys back to Bridgetown. Love having the Matt B. both of them.
Eliot prodding Jimmy into a rage is now my favorite recurring bit. It’s a joy.
Jimmy hitting his nose on the mic stand was so fucking brilliant.
The timing was just so pefect.
Man, I went out last night and got SOOOO shovelfaced.
Awesome show as always.
I contend that the line “I can’t complain, but sometimes I still do” from “Life’s Been Good” is still pretty damn funny. It’s also a nice alternative response when someone you’re stuck making small talk with asks you how you’re doing.
Jimmy’s coming to Toronto this weekend!
TEE HEE HEE!
I’m six feet tall and 400 pounds, but the anticipation has turned me into a giddy little schoolgirl.
Sorry, shouldn’t brag, just excited. Great episode as always!
(Yup, 400. Basically a man-mountain. I frighten myself.)
…ok, ‘brag’ might not be the right word. I should really re-read before clicking submit, guys.
Bottom line, I live in a town where a person is going to do a thing, so I think we can all agree that that makes me special, right? Guys?
I hate John Mayer
If you also hate John you may like this.
John Mayer publicly admitted that doing comedy was a mistake on some TV show. Better late than never.
However, you can’t argue that he is an exceptional guitar player and also knows how to make commercially successful music. His smooth talk is what got him his huge female fanbase – changing that formula would be stupid. I can’t stand that music either though. Here is him making real, noncommercial music (John Mayer “Trio”) – you can’t honestly tell me that this is bad:
I want to leave a funny comment but I can’t think of one. This was great. BRING ME MOAR EPISODES OF THE FUNNY. Thanks for being great.
I’ve got 20 bucks that says the golden attack microphone was built by a Chinaman.
I’ve seen John Mayer three times now and I think he is a great guitar player. Twice were at the Crossroads Guitar Festival and I think he is skilled.
However what he says about Taylor Swift is just hilarious.
Also, I think John Mayer did something rather brilliant which is introduce a whole generation of young girls to more bluesy style music. If you look at his albums they have transitioned more towards a bluesy-feel compared with his early pop stuff. Personally, I don’t mind.
Also, so excited for Jimmy in Toronto tomorrow. I got tickets to both shows and am so psyched. Going to be a blast.
I must admit Frederic & Luke do make a some what of a good point. I take back my “Hate” statement. I am more of a Jack White or an old school Blue Project guy. I think what gets to me is some of his actions and statements, but what do I know. Thanks for the video Frederic.
jonnyarthur: were you sitting in the first row at the later show on Friday?
Get yer show notes RIGHT HERE:
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