Like the look of Paul F. Tompkins’ lovely anchor suit, but perhaps aren’t quite feeling up to having a novelty suit tailored for yourself?
You can be the proud owner of a bag from my etsy shop made with the very same fabric! Or a lap quilt, or anything else I know how to make. Pillows! iPad sleeves! iDon’t know anymore!
Grey anchor bags available at Sandy Bee Designs on Etsy. Use the code SANDYBEE10 for 10% off.
FREE COMEDY FOR YOUR PRESIDENTS DAY HANGOVER
"Comedian Paul F. Tompkins returns to talk shoe jingles, wakeboarding dogs, and a butt website. Also, Dave discovers Flex Magazine."
"Paul F. Tompkins, Howard Kremer, and Shelby Fero aka The Jaws Family are back for the thrilling conclusion of Analyze Fish! After something shocking happened during Shelby’s first viewing of Jaws, she decided to watch it a couple of more times in order to get a fresh take on the 1975 classic. Tune in to find out if Shelby enjoyed the movie as much as Paul & Howard, which characters they identify themselves as, and which fish related movies Shelby thinks Paul & Howard haven’t seen."
NOTE: If you listen to these in the order I’ve presented them, you will hear me be told a story about a snake on a plane, then tell the story to other people.
FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE PART 1: ANALYZE PHISH/FISH
In the summer of 2011, Harris Wittels embarked on a fool’s errand to convince Scott Aukerman to enjoy the music of the celebrated jam-band, Phish. Harris has so far been unsuccessful in transforming Scott into a “Trey-vy Boat” or whatever Phish fans call themselves.
So the podcast, Analyze Phish, has evolved, becoming… Analyze Fish. Howard Kremer and Paul F. Tompkins both love the 1975 movie JAWS. You know who’s never seen it? Shelby Fero has never seen it. Howard and Paul will attempt to make Shelby the beloved movie’s newest admirer.
It’s only five episodes! Start at the beginning! You will not be sorry! YOU DON’T HAVE TO LIKE ANY OF THE MUSIC OR MOVIES INVOLVED, EVEN!
We all know Facebook might as well be jury duty for how dull and irritating and obligatory it has come to feel. But every so often, it is gloriously redeemed.