Who Am I?Seattle-based actor, editor, filmmaker, performance artist, puppeteer, and Rocketman.
Contact me at: benlau at gmail.com
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Today on the show, Ben talks about going to the Bruce Springsteen concert, while Paul picks up his daughter’s room. Other topics include naming Betty’s generation, the Bernie Sanders rally at Safeco Field, how some people are REALLY rich, the great thing about not being famous, Paul jumping onstage during … Continue reading
This week on the show, Ben discovers an awful truth regarding his fascination with the Man in the Tree in downtown Seattle, and Paul does the dishes. Other topics include being splatfallen, their friendship with John Ackermann, the St. Louis Improv Shop, how often Ben cooks, radical climate change, the … Continue reading
Today on the show, Paul goes on a quest to the store to buy, among other things, a postcard. During this quest, he and Ben discuss Paul’s 23 and me score (99.9% European), major vs independent bookstores, Ben’s hesitance that this is the new gimmick for the podcast, Russell Okung … Continue reading
“Plants!” Today, Paul and Ben talk about fake viewer mail, their church attendance, George R. R. Martin having to issue a statement saying he was not recently deceased record producer George Martin, Paul’s homework from last week, Comedy Bang Bang, Hello from the Magic Tavern and other podcasts they enjoy, … Continue reading
“The Death of Journalism.” Paul and Ben string a couple of tin cans together and record their conversation, talking about their Bumbershoot performance from a year and a half ago, Paul’s new job in southern Illinois, the Perfect Bound Podcast, the Heavy Metal comic, who might be listening to the … Continue reading