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2016-11-02 (0 comments)

Manic Mondays Patreon

Since 2005 I've been doing a weekly comedy podcast called Manic Mondays. For 11 years I have produced this 15 to 20 minute comedy show which is rapidly approaching its 500th episode. Just think, that's almost 17 minutes of quality content!



Well now those of you who have a little extra money and want to support my stupid endeavors can do so with our new Patreon campaign! Patreon is like Kickstarter, except unlike Kickstarter it's an ongoing subscription rather than a one-time pledge, and also unlike Kickstarter you only pay when I produce content. I can't help you if you didn't get that edible R2-D2 desk lamp you pledged for, but I can assure you that you won't be charged if I miss an episode or two.



You can pledge as little as $1 per episode, set a monthly limit, and cancel at any time. When you pledge you'll get a shout-out on the next episode, and people who pledge a little more get some extra perks, such as a sticker, outtakes, or even sponsorship of an episode. See the campaign for details.



All the money raised from the campaign will be split 50/50 with Seamonkey who works tirelessly behind the scenes each week editing the podcast.



Click here for details and to support the show.

Originally posted at DevoSpice.com. You can comment here or there.

2016-09-04 (0 comments)

FuMPFest Wrap-Up

I need to give a big thank you to everyone who showed up and helped out at FuMPFest! The event was amazing. Several people told me this was the best FuMPFest ever, so that\’s a good sign.



We did have a lot of things go wrong. We weren\’t able to record the sets in multitrack like we did last year. And Storm-one half of our Guest of Honor duo-fell down a flight of stairs. Despite a broken thumb and likely torn somethingorother in his knee he returned from the hospital in time to put on a fantastic show.



Big thank you to Luke and Ian for helping me plan it, Chris for running sound, Jayekitty for wrangling the volunteers and running Table 27, my father for running the green room and taking Storm to the hospital, the Dorsai Irregulars for providing security, our amazing artists who put on fantastic concerts without exception, and all the fans who came out and celebrated funny music with us all weekend.



We\’ve already started planning for next year. Hopefully we\’ll have dates and guests ready to announce shortly. Stay tuned!

Originally posted at DevoSpice.com. You can comment here or there.

2016-09-04 (0 comments)

FuMPFest Wrap-Up

I need to give a big thank you to everyone who showed up and helped out at FuMPFest! The event was amazing. Several people told me this was the best FuMPFest ever, so that's a good sign.



We did have a lot of things go wrong. We weren't able to record the sets in multitrack like we did last year. And Storm-one half of our Guest of Honor duo-fell down a flight of stairs. Despite a broken thumb and likely torn somethingorother in his knee he returned from the hospital in time to put on a fantastic show.



Big thank you to Luke and Ian for helping me plan it, Chris for running sound, Jayekitty for wrangling the volunteers and running Table 27, my father for running the green room and taking Storm to the hospital, the Dorsai Irregulars for providing security, our amazing artists who put on fantastic concerts without exception, and all the fans who came out and celebrated funny music with us all weekend.



We've already started planning for next year. Hopefully we'll have dates and guests ready to announce shortly. Stay tuned!

Originally posted at DevoSpice.com. You can comment here or there.

2016-08-01 (0 comments)

Piles Needs Our Help

Long time fans may remember seeing the name Steve Fernino, aka "Piles," on the credits of every Sudden Death release from the beginning. Steve has been a good friend since high school and helped out mostly behind the scenes with my earlier work.







Steve needs our help. A little while ago he began feeling ill and after a couple doctor appointments they told him he could not return to work. The doctors ordered him to have a series of tests on his heart but his insurance company is insisting that he pay for fees and his co-pay up front. However, since he can't work he can't afford those payments, which means he can't have the tests and get the treatment he needs which could ultimately save his life.



At the behest of me and several of his other close friends he has set up a GoFundMe page to raise the money to cover his deductible. Once he pays that he should be able to get the tests he needs and the insurance should start kicking in. He is not looking to raise a ton of money. He just needs $2750 to cover his deductible. If you can help him out please do so.



Click here for his GoFundMe page.



I have made "Hangnail" this month's free song of the month. "Hangnail" is the song that most prominently features Steve on vocals. He is the other vocalist on the song alongside me.


Originally posted at DevoSpice.com. You can comment here or there.

2016-08-01 (0 comments)

Piles Needs Our Help

Long time fans may remember seeing the name Steve Fernino, aka Piles, on the credits of every Sudden Death release from the beginning. Steve has been a good friend since high school and helped out mostly behind the scenes with my earlier work.







Steve needs our help. A little while ago he began feeling ill and after a couple doctor appointments they told him he could not return to work. The doctors ordered him to have a series of tests on his heart but his insurance company is insisting that he pay for fees and his co-pay up front. However, since he can't work he can't afford those payments, which means he can't have the tests and get the treatment he needs which could ultimately save his life.



At the behest of me and several of his other close friends he has set up a GoFundMe page to raise the money to cover his deductible. Once he pays that he should be able to get the tests he needs and the insurance should start kicking in. He's not looking to raise a ton of money. He just needs $2750 to cover his deductible. If you can help him out please do so.



Click here for his GoFundMe page.



I have made Hangnail this month's free song of the month. Hangnail is the song that most prominently features Steve on vocals. He is the other vocalist on the song alongside me.

Originally posted at DevoSpice.com. You can comment here or there.

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