In this podcast, Vos talks about his Jewish roots, working on the documentary Women Aren’t Funny (Netflix), with his wife Bonnie McFarlane. Working on Chris Rock‘s film Top Five and his path to sobriety. Vos shares stories of growing up with Patrice O’Neal and Jim Norton, how to stay sane working the road, and wishing that Johnny would get beaten up by tiny Asian children.
All this and more on Ol’ Ute Radio!
On Episode 59 of Ol’ Ute Radio, Rebecca and Sascha are joined in studio by the dearly missed ex-host of OUR, Johnny McKeon. Johnny shares a bit about what he’s been up to of late. The three then discuss twitter etiquette and the art of gaining followers. During the middle of the show and the end of Johnny’s appearance, opinions are given on the topic of writing and the sale of creative energy.
As usual, we welcome the fearless Dakotah- or “Rubber Dak”- on during the last segment of the episode to hear about all things concerning hacktivism, Anonymous and Barrett Brown.
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