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PA #033: Holidays 2013

We got together to reminisce about some Christmas and New Years special moments.

We laughed, we cried and I even got verklempt, but had lots of fun!

Enjoy!  TAG

http://www.thepapodcast.com/MP3/podcast033.mp3

PA #032: Carrie Couzens

We had a great conversation with our Facebook friend, Carrie Couzens! From England to Brooklyn and stories in between. You will love the accent and her quick wit and interesting talk as we did.

PA #031: Travis Simmons

Jen and BK join me in a fun talk with comedian Travis Simmons. It gets heavy in thought, but funny is not lost on this conversation. We get some impressions and enlightenment and we will surely will have back for more fun.

PA #030: David Feldman

A very special episode with the team and the Emmy Award winning comedy writer David Feldman. It was real and honest and gritty and totally funny! Just a good listen! Please enjoy!

PA #022: Tony Calabrese

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Tag and BK got to talk to comedian and president of his very own bank, Tony Calabrese. He has some great stories of both working in comedy and in banking, including some of actually having been in robberies!

Enjoy this latest episode.

~Bony Fingers McGee

PA #021: Interview Spotlight with Ritch Shydner

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The two Brians and Jenny, along with guest host Mark Bonto, talk with comedian and writer Ritch Shydner. He recalls his best and worst times in stand up and his transition to family man and writing.  An hour and six minutes of comedy goodness.

~Bony Fingers McGee

PA #011: The 3 Bulls Hit Session

This podcast is very different from what we’ve done so far and I think you all will like it a lot. Please give a listen as the guys got together and had a chat together one evening. I wasn’t around but they seemed to have gotten along all right without me. Download on iTunes, Stitcher or direct here.

 

~Bony Fingers McGee

PA #005: Things You May Not Know with Jenny Coe

In this episode of Things You May Not Know with Jenny Coe, the three fellas are pitted against one another in a game called Famous Last Words. Here’s a list of those Famous Last Words. Follow the link and see if you know more than the PA Team. There are hints after each quote to help you out. You can download the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher or directly at the link above.

Enjoy,

Bony Fingers McGee

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Recipes from Christmas

I’m taking out any specific brand names because I don’t think overall it makes THAT much difference but I used Ghiradelli chocolate chips because I think it’s a very nice chocolate but use whatever tickles your fancy. This recipe was in the paper and I decided to give it a go.

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PA #001 Things You May Not Know with Jenny Coe

Download the podcast here: Christmas Traditions from Around the World

Holiday traditions are inevitable. Some are generations old and others start with one’s own children. My sister’s kids have brought two new yearly events into our lives: French Toast on Christmas Morning and Hide the Hammie. The first is rather self explanatory; the second, not so much.

When my nephew was about 3 years old, Cartoon Network showed the Japanese anime, Hamtaro, during the day and he loved the show. For his birthday in October, he received a package of two inch high plastic Hamtaro figurines which he played with and lined up all the time. Then came Christmas and he and his older sister decided to take one Hamtaro toy and hide it amongst all of my sister’s “perfect” decorating (The woman’s very OCD but I love her). They created the game where they took turns and one of them hid the hammie and it was the other one’s job to find it. Every couple of days, “hammie” would move. At the end of Christmas that year, we thought that the game would end and that Hamtaro would go back to his place in the toy line up. Next year came, and back came Hamtaro and the game began again.

The rest of the Hamtaro toys have long since gone but in the Christmas decorations still is that one lone little figurine who is brought out to play his game.

The following are some traditions from around the world that also need explaining.

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More Christmas Goodies from Jen

After my last blog entry, I realized that I missed a LOT of great Christmas music so here’s a few more songs that make the holidays fun.

I made fun of this first song with a parody on my last blog post, but here, I had to be a little more serious. This was my very first favorite Christmas Song (sung here but the ultimate cutie, Michael Buble). I should also apologize to my mother since this song was my first record which I played about a million times when I was 3. Sorry, Ma. We can hardly notice the tick when you hear it now.

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Jen’s Favorite Christmas Stuff

I think everyone who celebrates Christmas has a favorite commercial, song, tradition, whatever. Even in the busy days of December, I thought I’d take some time to share some of my own songs and commercials.

My favorite Christmas commercial is for a local family restaurant chain that anyone outside of the Southwestern Pennsylvania area wouldn’t recognize it but the little star trying to get onto the Christmas Tree is easily recognizable to everyone here. It’s a cartoon representation of the spirit of the season.

Eat N Park Christmas Commercial

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