This week Mary Jay and Holly are joined by fan-favorite- Nashville-based filmmaker and comedian, Seth Pomeroy! They discuss the embarrassment of misunderstanding words, public meltdowns, and general childhood trauma. It's funny! Listen now and make sure to follow us (@whoopspodcast) and Seth (@sethpomeroy)! Rate, review, subscribe, and WEAR A MASK!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whoopspod/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whoopspod/support
Three L.A. comedians are quarantined in a podcast studio during a global pandemic. There is literally nothing to be done EXCEPT make content. These are "The Corona Diaries" and this is Episode #35. Our guest today is comedian and KING OF NASHVILLE, Seth Pomeroy! Find him online at @SethPomeroy. Music is "Jails Everywhere" by Magnolia Sons.
Episode 35: "Quarantine 2020, Bitch" with Seth Pomeroy
This week comedian, filmmaker, Nashville-native, and Holly's quarantine partner Seth Pomeroy joins Mary Jay and Holly for another episode! Seth and Holly called Mary Jay because we haven't left our houses in over a week! Listen now for some fun stories and updates about how we're handling life. Listen, subscribe, rate, review, follow us on social media, and for the love of God- STAY HOME!!Update: *We fixed the sound issue!!* If you have an outdated version, the sound will be too quiet OR might be incredibly loud at the last 10 min so make sure it's refreshed!*--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whoopspod/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whoopspod/support
This week on a special *holiday* episode filmmaker, comedian, actor, and writer Seth Pomeroy joins Mary Jay and Holly to discuss what mukbang is, Christmas on acid, getting robbed, and mistakes he made in South Africa! Follow Seth @sethpomeroy on Twitter and Instagram and as always, rate, review, and subscribe and follow us @whoopspodcast on Instagram and @whoopspod on Twitter! Thanks for listening, happy holidays!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whoopspod/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whoopspod/support
In a rare historical find, Ms. Gerould's class has been able to uncover the actual voices of Northampton residents from the 1770s. Please enjoy these intimate portraits of life from the time of the Revolutionary War.