A safe space for dangerous ideas. Join comedian Dallas Bronson on his journey navigating the realm of stand-up comedy and the changing world around him.
#115 Tiffany Gambardella
1:55:07Tiff sits down with me in the blue room of local rehearsal space and live entertainment venue Stages letting me pick her brain about her first time doing stand-up, being a music teacher, why the hell she chose to be in Lompoc, Covid vaccines, and The Circus Starts at Midnight.
#114 Noah Colton
1:47:21Many years ago I met a video rental store clerk, Noah, in the small town of Nipomo, California. Fate would reunite us for a wild and fun conversation orchestrated by none other than the man behind the curtain Jonathan Lopez. Mixing and mastering 99% of all my podcasts this man has been working on Noah's album from music project known as DEAD MAGIC. It wasn't easy being the least talented man in the room during this hilaious dialogue but it will be easy for all of you to listen and enjoy!
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#113 Casey Fera
2:33:47A few months ago a familiar name from my social media accounts approched me about doing stand-up for show he would be hosting at the local live music venue/rehearsal Stages. It was a successful night of laughter and meant a great deal to me; so I knew I had to get this man on the podcast, try to pick his brain, and maybe get to know him as a person. We got to talk about stand-up, forgery, scabies, goth kids, etc All in all it was a great conversation bringing me closer to our oldest guest yet. Please enjoy the quick wit of this geriatric Casey Fera.
#112 Kale Nickelson Vol. 4
2:10:12Fan-Favorite of the show Kale invites me in and makes the best old fashioned I've ever had before we get down to the dirty, offensive, sense violating, discussion that's alwasy promised when you're talking to this lothario of lust and liquor. Everybody needs someone like him in their life and everytime I witness his social anarchy it reminds me to be a little more authentic, push the envelope, and forget to care what people think. After what I can only quanitfy as my entire life his influence bleeds into the spirit of this show and what I originally set out to do by starting a podcast. Saying the wrong thing at the right time, especially with the right person, will always be my favorite kind of moments to share. Please enjoy the explicit, unfiltered, and unwavering Kale Nickelson.
111. Jason Elliott
1:25:20My friend Jason Elliott is the owner of Allegiant Futness and Gracie Barra Santa Ynez Valley, my jiu-jitsu coach, co-host of the Mat Brain Podcast, and finally got to sit down for an episode of the Bad Etiquette Podcast and share details of his life and fatherhood for your listening pleasure.
#109 Sober October V Pre-Game
1:32:53This was originally a conversation that I deemed unworthy of releasing but since I accidentally sent this to the mixmaster J-LO himself instead of the correct recording you all will get to listen to what me and Kyleigh sound like when we're drinking and less than awesome contributing members of society. Stay tuned and keep your eyes out for part two where the real intended episode of whimsical catharsis and self-reflection is captured for listener's pleasure!
Bad Etiquette Presents: Return of the Mat Brain Podcast
2:09:52The Mat Brain Podcast has returned! I sit down with my Jiu Jitsu coach, Jason Elliott, at his new gym Allegiant Fitness in Solvang, California to catch up after almost a year away. We discuss preparing for IBJJF Worlds, rest-stop altercations, my back injury recovery, falling in love with Montana, saving a trucker's life, exercising self control, the dangerous addiction harming young men, and we recap the 2022 ADCC,
#108 Ruby Villalobos
2:24:27After business hours I sit down with Central Coast hairstylist and photographer Ruby Villalobos to discuss the origins of her career, have a whiskey, childhood reflections, surrounding yourself with interesting people, failing our punk roots, comfort movies, hard lessons learned, and plenty more hidden deep in our conversation waiting for you to discover.
#106 Kevin Lietz
2:51:08Lead vocalist Kevin Lietz of the Lompoc local favorite pop-punk band Yearbooks sits down with me while on leave from the ARMY to chat about almost being my first guest on video, why he joined, male insecurities, MMA fighters we don't care for, starting music with his brother, (listen closely and you'll hear music throughtout being made), foreskin, military optics, living outside California, good cops vs bad cops, while I sit and enjoy his service member accent.