RISK! Podcast
  • Episode:#444
  • Date:August 05, 2013
  • Run Time:58:23
  • Download: MP3

Live From Norfolk 2

More stories from our shows at the 2013 Norfolk Comedy Festival.

Song: RISK! Theme by Wormburner and John Sondericker

Song: The Secret Is Out by Cascadia 10

Live Story: The Color Purple by Brad McMurran

Live Story: Robble Robble by Alicia Camden

Live Story: Train du Matin by Sean Devereux

Song: (All The) King’s Horses by Tessa Rose Jackson

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4 Comments

  1. Hey Kevin…love the shows. Especially the ones from Norfolk. But…you are missing an opportunity. My dad was in WWII…and spent some weekends in Norfolk. The locals don’t pronounce it (Nor’ folk)…they easily say (Nor’-fuk).
    With all the f-bombs your show produces…here
    ‘s a chance to say it without remorse. P.S. My mom is a bold 92-years old and loves to show-off. As a result, she goes out of her way to bring up her memories of (Nor’-fuk.) Take care.
    Dick

  2. Hey Kevin- I’m addicted your podcast. However, being someone less disposed to states of blinding happiness, I feel like there is an over arching preponderance to ‘cheerful’ stories told by excessively cheerful people, that to me sound like they’ve just won the lotto before getting on stage. For me the stories with the most impact are usually the least funny.

  3. I love the old high school fight song. “We don’t fight, we don’t drink, Norfolk, Norfolk.”

  4. I love listening to your podcast online normally while I am studying. I just wanted to say that if I am engrossed in a story and then distracted and want to back up a few minutes that option is not available and it forces me to start over at the beginning which is very trying seeing as I have usually already listened to half of the show.

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