Jul 28, 2019
Saluton estas mi, Tyson Saner, your host for the duration of this "Chats" episode of Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast. Thank you for joining us.
I really have got a rare treat for you, folks. Some of you have seen the thumbnail for this episode and know what's coming but, for those of you who may have possibly downloaded this episode or otherwise added it to your queue without looking at it, first — seriously , thank you — and second, our guest is none other than television personality, musician, songwriter, filmmaker, and first-year winner of MTV's Wanna Be a VJ: Jesse Camp!
Mr. Camp was on two episodes of the Harmontown soundcast (episodes 316 & 317), which I recently had a chance to catch up on. And he had such a positive attitude about life I felt compelled to reach out to him.
Some of you might recall that Jesse was reported to have gone missing for about a week around the middle of 2018, and I'm telling you that here because we don't really talk about it very much if at all in this chat. He went into great detail on those aformentioned episodes of "Harmontown" so you can listen to that story there if you were to desire to do so.
For the most part we talked about the present and the future... in fact there will most likely be a "Part 2" released sometime after this because we did have a pretty interesting time together...on the phone...
We've also got
another TRIPLE shot of Raging Moderate Will Durst's Burst O' Durst
segment, as well as selected readings from our Fake Sponser with a
100% Real Website TrumPoetry.com .
That is all that makes up this installment of our Succotash Chats episode with Jesse Camp. I hope that you've enjoyed it as much as I have and you'll be back to listen to our next episode which is more likely to be a "Clips" episode because I've been listening to some soundcasts that I really want to share with you next time…
I mean, don't get me wrong, I enjoy sharing each and every soundcast that I clip for the show. Part of the enjoyment that I derive from my journey around the internet is the opportunity to listen to people have conversations…and tell stories…and play games…often with sound effects. I'll be drawn in by the promise of a subject I might happen to be interested in at that point in time…
Quite often, I will find myself researching things that I had not previously heard of until they were mentioned on a soundcast somewhere. And that will invariably lead me to find another soundcast that I had not previously been aware of for one reason or another…and I will likely be clipping that soundcast for a future "clips" episode…and then YOU will get a taste of a soundcast that may or may not have ever been on your radar.
Who knows? How do you find the soundcast or casts that YOU listen to? I'll take my answer off-air…
Thank you again for listening and if you would be so kind...could we possible ask you, nay IMPLORE you, to please pass the Succotash?
— Tyson Saner