The Degenerate Life Podcast

Stuntman Mike, Cody Klewin and JPX

Stuntman Mike, Cody Klewin and JPX discuss: Ken Griffey Jr's Winning Run game on SNES, Marijuana cultivation, Psychedelic drugs, Video games, Music and kayfabe era pro wrestling.

12 of 618 (featuring Jason Dinges from Lost Rhetoric podcast)
Nov 27 2021
12 of 618 (featuring Jason Dinges from Lost Rhetoric podcast)
Jason Dinges, also credited as "The father of modern podcasting", (born October 15, 1980) is an American musician, film maker, entrepreneur and broadcaster. He is best known for the podcast Lost Rhetoric. He is also known for performing in such bands as Slam Dunk, Gone To Croatan, Honduran, Born A Lot and Damn Family. He's also the owner-operator of CareerDinges worked in the movie industry from 2012 to 2021. He contributed to such TV series as Portlandia, Grimm and Trinkets, among many others. He also worked on such full length feature films as I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore. On June 18, 2020, Dinges released the first episode of Lost Rhetoric, entitled "LR001 - The Abduction Of Harry Joe Turner w/ The Old Man"/.  He went on to release 55 more episodes, as of November 22, 2021 [citation needed]. InfluenceThe Lost Rhetoric podcast became a cult favorite, spawning such "spinoffs" as Sports Rhetoric, School's Out Forever, FilmChurch, Post Rhetoric and Degenerate Life. Jason has made various guest appearances on these shows. Controversy Dinges faced sharp criticism and backlash among Lost Rhetoric fans, when he went on hiatus in June of 2021. Some followers of the show reacted to the news by publicly threatening violence toward him. Others lobbied to bring the show back online through various forms of bribery. Dinges ended his silence on August 18, 2021 by publishing episode LRzerozeroNONE - Life Update, where he teased the possibility of reviving the show. Historians of the show disagree on whether or not the episode is canon, as it wasn't given an episode number like the others in the series. On September 16, 2021, with "LR053 - Getting High as an Elf w/ Freiburger", he began releasing new episodes. The series is now a bi-weekly series. External linkswww.lostrhetoric.comTwitterInstagram
11 of 618 (featuring David Liebe Hart from Tim and Eric)
Oct 12 2021
11 of 618 (featuring David Liebe Hart from Tim and Eric)
David Nkrumah Liebe Unger Hart, also credited as D. L. Hart, (born April 19, 1957) is an American outsider musician, painter, puppeteer and actor. He is best known for his appearances on Adult Swim's Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, performing bizarre puppetry and singing in a variety of voice characterizations. He is also known in the Los Angeles area for his role as a puppeteer on The Junior Christian Teaching Bible Lesson Program, a local public-access television cable TV program, as well as for performing with his puppet "Doug the Dog" just outside the Hollywood Bowl and Los Angeles Music Center after shows, where he is known to many concert goers simply as the "puppet man". He has also been known at times as David Hart, David Lieber Mintz, David Unger Hart, David King Liebe Hart and DL Hart.CareerDuring an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, David stated he first developed his passion for puppeteering upon attending church Sunday school in his youth. He claims to have gotten his start in Hollywood performing with comedian Robin Williams and from making an appearance on The Gong Show in 1977. In 1990 he appeared on Golden Girls and in 1993 on Wings.Hart has frequently appeared on television shows The Del Talk Show, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! as well as various other Abso Lutely productions and independent films. In 2004, David Hart was featured in the documentary Public Access Hollywood. He made an appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart in 2004 and again 2009, as well as on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2004. He also appeared in a commentary on Tim And Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Season One DVD. Throughout late April and early May 2008 he performed live as part of Tim and Eric's Awesome Tour 2008. In 2014 Hart appeared prominently in the independent feature film White Cop. In 2018, Hart appeared in the crowd sourced remake of Shrek, Shrek Retold, in which he performs the song Hallelujah, originally composed by Leonard Cohen.