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The seventy-secondrst episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.


This week’s episode: we bitch a little about Skype (fabulous, free technology); Storm addresses some responses to last week’s podcast; the pronunciation of “root” and other regional funkiness; recounting Florida experiences both wonderful and horrible; Storm questions his douchebagginess; old-school video-gaming; yummy, yummy tacos; and finding your friends in Anathem.


AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION ALERT: How do you pronounce “root?” What other regional pronunciation/terminology issues have you run into? Also, is Storm a douchebag?


Show #072: Taco Cart


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posted 6 years ago

There are a couple ways you can actually physically touch us. (And we know that you want to)


The first way involves private detectives, stalking, an ambush and getting arrested. The second, much easier way is to come to one of our upcoming live performances, sit there patiently while we make some noise, and then shake our hands after the show while we sell you some CDs and shirts and crap. This latter path is far more socially acceptable, and is much preferred by us.


And exactly where are we performing during the first half of the new year? Funny you should ask; we have a list right here. As you can see, pretty much all of these dates are with Jonathan Coulton. (The compromising photos we have of him are safely locked away in a vault, until such a time as he refuses to let us perform with him anymore) And they are, as always, subject to change.


Orlando, FL – The Social

Thursday, January 14 at 7 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/3Teu0M

Note: There is no seating at this show, so bring your feet. Avoid service charges by buying at the box office M/W/F, or pay only $1 service charge when you buy at Park Avenue CDs.


St. Petersburg, FL – Nova 535

Friday, January 15 at 8 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/2Zr956


Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse

Saturday, January 16 at 8:30 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/1Wfbbo

Note: Service charge only $2.25 when you buy through the venue’s ticket club, or $1 for credit at the box office, or $0 for cash at the box office.


San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall

Friday, January 22 at 9 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/3uE2HO

Note: Service charge only $1 at the box office.


San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall

Saturday, January 23 at 9 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

SOLD OUT! (NOTE: You might be able to purchase some last-minute tickets at the box office the night of the show, but no promises)


Dallas, TX – Granada Theater

Thursday, February 4 at 7 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/5xUH5E


Austin, TX – Antone’s

Friday, February 5 at 8 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/mhGdL


Houston, TX – Zilkha Hall

Saturday February 6 at 8 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets on sale Friday, January 15


Scottsdale, AZ – Martini Ranch

Thursday February 18 at 7:30 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/83BHEu

Note: Limited GA seating


San Diego, CA – Anthology

Friday February 19 at 7:30 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/8gx5KW


Los Angeles, CA – Largo

Saturday February 20 at 8 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: Call box office at 310-855-0350


Los Angeles, CA – Largo

Sunday February 21 at 8 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: Call box office at 310-855-0350


Vancouver, BC – Rio Theater

Thursday February 25 at 8 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/6v7It8


Seattle, WA – Moore Theater

Friday February 26 at 8 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/6q1UIw


Portland, OR – Aladdin Theater

Saturday February 27 at 8 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/6sQSkR


Alexandria, VA – The Birchmere

Friday March 12 at 7:30 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/4TgXNf


Boston, MA – PAX East

Somewhere there in 3/26-3/28

Details TBA
bit.ly/4QUIVa


New York, NY – Highline Ballroom

Friday April 2 at 7 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/83dtU0


New York, NY – Highline Ballroom

Saturday April 3 at 7 PM

with Jonathan Coulton

Tickets: bit.ly/7ocm6D

posted 6 years ago

The seventyonestish episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.


This week’s episode: with Paul mediating over at NBC, Len Peralta guest co-hosts; juggling creative projects, like Monster By Mail and Flipface and Rifftrax; Conan is the New Coke; Leno does soap operas; kosher Coke, Mexican Coke, savory Cokes, and soda terroir; snowy Cleveland; awesome and disappointing places; do you like Star Wars? (an apology and explanation); and the great Muppet revival.


AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION ALERT: Do you like Star Wars?


Show #071: The Thing Decade


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posted 6 years ago

The seventyonestish episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.


This week’s episode: with Paul mediating over at NBC, Len Peralta guest co-hosts; juggling creative projects, like Monster By Mail and Flipface and Rifftrax; Conan is the New Coke; Leno does soap operas; kosher Coke, Mexican Coke, savory Cokes, and soda terroir; snowy Cleveland; awesome and disappointing places; do you like Star Wars? (an apology and explanation); and the great Muppet revival.


AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION ALERT: Do you like Star Wars?


Show #071: Do You Like Star Wars?


Enjoy the podcast? Maybe donate, why don’tcha?




posted 6 years ago

The seventynst episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.


This week’s episode: An odd anniversary; some shout-outs (what-what!); Storm jumps on the BSG train; yummy shakes and the Wilton Candy Kitchen; wrestlers from our youth; the overweening influence of Harrison Ford characters, especially on Storm; and Paul’s youthful pornography education.


AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION ALERT: What person(s)/character(s) do you believe yourself to be/model yourself after/wish you were ?


Show #070: Chinwhipper (Some content NSFW)


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Paul and Storm have been writing and performing funny songs together for a long, long time. They hope that their music will make you laugh and feel good for a while, and believe that this aim is noble, right and just. If you find deeper meaning in their music, that's your own fault. Many are also familiar with their music from their previous band, a cappella group Da Vinci's Notebook. You can find more of their music (and so much more) at paulandstorm.com.
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terpgirl (level 24) wrote:
Oh man, how did I not know you guys were on here 6 years ago?! Well, I've seen you live twice since then, so I guess it's okay. :D
6 months ago
darlingside61 (level 18) wrote:
You guys are amazing. This is my favorite discovery of the day. DaVinci's notebook was one of the first acts that got me really excited about music when I was a kid, and I didn't even know there was more tunage to be had from y'alls. Brilliant.
6 years ago
zenfira (level 37) wrote:
:-)) Great tunes!
6 years ago
OrenYK (level 35) wrote:
hilarious new songs, thanks!
6 years ago
Mark1935 (level 31) wrote:
Dexter reckons that's the best use for a cocker spaniel!
6 years ago
Vuirneen (level 23) wrote:
The picture for the sixty-sixth episode is Terry Jones, isn't it?
6 years ago
cracklypots (level 5) wrote:
Glorious.
6 years ago
willhowells (level 22) wrote:
Thank you for a great gig with Jonathan in London on Friday!
6 years ago
blujuwel (level 37) wrote:
http://t61place.freeforums.org/the-post-to-home-page-bug-t98-20.html

There's been some talk about a homepage bug that might be affecting you. Here's the forum that mentions what some people suspect may be going on.If you'd like to take a look and add any thoughts you might have about what might be put in a petition to the people who own the site, we'd appreciate it.
6 years ago
chiprooplisten (level 11) wrote:
Lovely - 'Nun Fight'. -chip / chiproop.com
6 years ago
whiteaden (level 20) wrote:
Nun Fight is rather awesome... LOL! you've got some crazy stuff here... me love you long time!
6 years ago
vejdee (level 8) wrote:
"and death holds no meaning for me, just like Christopher Walken in the end of the Deerhunter.. Christopher Walken... your love is Christopher Walken".. you just Got to love it!!! :D
6 years ago
Roadkill (level 1) wrote:
A Better Version Of You... just cruel. I love it!
6 years ago
Van Wampler wrote:
You have a lot of songs posted here. Has it been a long time since a new song went to home page?

See:

http://t61place.freeforums.org/the-post-to-home-page-bug-t98.html

There's a t61 bug that might include your account.
6 years ago
yrbanys (level 16) wrote:
My children will learn to count by listening to this song.
6 years ago
tmcmullin (level 13) wrote:
6 years ago
wazsabi (level 19) wrote:
Wow- Better version of you touches the little kid inside every big bro ans sis, I believe! Hhhh, It was so scary and funny at once :)
6 years ago
kekoax (level 17) wrote:
I heard/saw you guys at w00tstock in LA and after hearing "Opening Band" you definitely blew my ass away. Thank you for the awesome music and experience.
6 years ago
taynq (level 9) wrote:
just saw you guys in Madison with Jonathan Coulton, you guys rock!
6 years ago
mstksg (level 24) wrote:
undoubtedly, you guys rock.
6 years ago
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