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Episode 94 - The Lunch Lady w/ Sam Bob Patrick

The Cummcast

In this episode the boys are joined by Sam Bob Patrick to talk about, past podcast experiences, Side Walk Talk Show, James And The Giant Peach, Food, Sam's day job and more. #milkdatpig Beer of the week: Florida Cracker by Cigar City Brewing Co. Follow Sam: @Comedian Sam Bob Patrick & Side Walk Talk Show on YouTube Follow us: @thecummcast @codycummingsofficial @cumm007ryan Sources: untapped.com

2hr 8mins

9 Nov 2020

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Episode 32- Sam Bob Patrick

The Cummcast

In this episode the boys are joined by Sam Bob Patrick once again in the studio this week. Follow Sam Bob Patrick: @hahafunnyboy6969 @Comedian Sam Bob Patrick Email: thecummcast@gmail.com Follow us: @thecummcast @codycummingsofficial @cumm007ryan

1hr 37mins

24 Nov 2019

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Episode 16- Sam Bob Patrick

The Cummcast

In this episode the boys have comedian Sam Bob Patrick back on the show to answer email questions and discuss news stories of the week and to promote their new album. Cody and Sams album, Bad Bologna and Shrimp Dick, is for sale right now, get a hold of Sam or Cody on their socials to purchase. Have a question or topic hit up the email: thecummcast@gmail.com Follow the podcast @thecummcast for Instagram and our Facebook group. Follow Sam Bob Patrick: TikTok @sbccomedy IG @hahafunnyboy6969 Facebook @Comedian Sam Bob Patrick Follow us on IG: @codycummingsofficial @cumm007ryan

1hr 38mins

4 Aug 2019

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Episode 10 with Sam Bob Patrick

The Cummcast

We have are first guest, the boys are joined by Cody's friend, comedian Sam Bob Patrick to promote their new comedy album coming soon. In this episode Ryan, Cody, and Sam talk about funny stories about sex, girlfriends, comedy stories, and news. Follow Sam Bob Patrick: Facebook: Comedian Sam Bob Patrick Instagram: @hahafunnyboy6969 Tiktok: SBCOMEDY Have questions or topics hit up the email: thecummcast@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram: @codycummingsofficial @cumm007ryan 

1hr 30mins

23 Jun 2019

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Episode #73 – Bob Patrick and Peggy Kjelgaard “ESSA and their Blacksmith Program”

BlacksmitHER Radio

Continuing along the education theme on the show this year I have a unique interview for you.  I’m interviewing two people at once and they are involved with the Eureka Springs School of the Arts in Arkansas.  The Eureka Springs School of Art in Eureka Springs, Arkansas offers classes and workshops for all of the arts, but is now building a bigger focus on metal arts with a new Iron Studio. Peggy Kjelgaard is the Executive Director of the school and Bob Patrick a nationally known blacksmith with professional experience since 1967. He has taught and demonstrated at regional and national conferences all over North America and is currently teaching at the Eureka Springs School of the Arts.  Since he’s been in the blacksmithing craft since the late 60’s he’s got some great stories about the early days of ABANA, Francis Whitaker, George Dixon (who was once the head blacksmith at Yellin’s shop). Peggy says the Eureka Springs School of Art (ESSA) opened in 2001 and was originally called the School Without Walls because they didn’t have their own facility. Over time, however, they grew into a 40-acre campus that attracts students from all over the country. She says that 60% of their students come from out of state. Originally the school’s blacksmithing program was held outdoors and at satellite locations with classes taught by Bob Patrick. Because of high demand for blacksmithing, the school sought grant funding for a new studio. The studio opened its doors in 2014. The new Iron Studio houses four propane forges, two coal forges inside, one outside and stations for metal fabrication. Those stations include three welders, plasma cutters, a large air hammer and treadle hammer and more items being added each year. Bob Patrick designed the coal forges for the studio from scratch. He’s been blacksmithing since the late 1960s and is largely self-taught. His background is in horseshoeing, sleigh building and restoration. He also founded an ABANA chapter and has participated in four of their conferences. About winning the Bealer Award in 2002, Bob says, “A tremendous number of people who deserve this award will never get it. There’s no fairness to that. The award is a tremendous honor, but the best thing is getting to do the metalwork.” About blacksmithing as an art, Bob says, “Many times I feel I’m luckier than my customers because a lot of the things I’ll make on a piece look better when they’re red hot than they do when they’re installed and cleaned up and painted. We get to see it when it’s growing and alive.” Patty says that there’s a definite movement building in the Ozarks toward blacksmithing and even young people are showing interest. They recently worked with a local school providing art classes for kids for a week. With the new studio, they were able to offer an iron studio class with 1:1 supervision. She describes it as “amazing”. “I think there’s a young group coming up that really wants to understand this craft. They’re in their backyards with charcoal grills making metal hot and pounding it on a rock,” Peggy says. Bob says most of the classes at ESSA are beginner level, with a few intermediate. He’s also taught a gate building workshop. ESSA recently hosted a smelting event for the Blacksmiths of Arkansas organization and they used local iron ore. The 3-day event included building an outdoor furnace and then doing the smelting. When asked about book recommendations, Bob offered the following: The Backyard Blacksmith by Lorelei Sims, because everything is within a beginner’s grasp; The Smithy’s Craft and Tools by Otto Schmirler, because he shows all the basic techniques and “the drawings are magnificent”. ESSA is offering several 5-day workshops this summer including:                Beginning Metal Sculpture                                 Basics of Knife Making                                 Fire Tools for the Coal Forge and Fireplace                                 Forging Edged Tools Peggy says that while ESSA offers all of the arts and every medium, “Iron is our newest and hottest because we’ve got that brand new studio out there. Everybody’s fired up.” Guest Links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EurekaSpringsSchoolOfTheArts/photos Eureka Springs School of Art – www.essa-art.org YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/EurekaSpringsArts

54mins

6 Jun 2016