Ben & Clark Cast Ep. 6!

Well, a lot has happened since our last episode, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been thinking about you! Thanks for being patient, and if you’re curious about what we’ve been up to the past few weeks just give this episode a listen!

Comedienne Shannon Hatch joins us on this episode, along with editor Earnest P. There are some great tips about how not to sound like a damn nerd, and how to get all the chicks according to Ben. One of us has a noticeable stuttering problem that we’re sure can be cured with drinking (more, or less, we haven’t decided yet). Everyone shares some fun stories, and we find out about a secret project in the works over at There is brief mention of the failed rapture, and one of our talented radio personalities shows compassion for murdered animals on the highway…the other…destroys them.

Find out more about Shannon Here

There is so much more to come!

‘Redbull Soapbox Derby 2011’ or ‘It’s not about the hosting, it’s about the crashes!’

It was hot, and I was hungover…but I still managed to get my butt out there on the street to wrangle some of the most creative derby participants…and ask them the same three questions…over…and over….and over

I’m no host…yet…but as I make my yearly appearance as a host for some web video, I find myself saying ‘like’ much less often. And I don’t think I said the word ‘Perfect’ the entire time…NOT EVEN ONCE! (ok…maybe once?)

It’s fun, and that’s really more important than being better than Mike Rowe. And in order to become better than Mike Rowe (which I will eventually be) my shtick need some improvement.

So as I get more opportunities to host things…ANYthings…my skills should increase elevenfold. What I’m saying is: ‘Hire Me’


‘A Lizard In My Laundry’ or ‘And Now, the REST of the Story…’

About a week ago I was cleaning my room. Remember the lizard tail my cat gave me for my birthday? Under a pile of clothes I discovered this:

Apparently the whole ‘dropping your tail in defense’ thing works! A little dehydrated, a little stressed out, and a little less lizard…but alive!

I had to resist every worldly urge to recreate a natural environment in a glass box for the little guy to make him my own (something as a child/teenager/young adult I would have done in an instant), gave him some water and a few crickets and let him go in the backyard.

My cat still has that tail hidden somewhere…it’s his favorite toy.

Happy Birthday

I turned 28 the other day…and the rest…is history

you get what you ask for....a lizard's tail