Good Night Podcast
Dick Summer
Good Night Podcast
"Good Night" puts a smile on your face, tells you a bedtime story, chucks the day's problems, gives you a verbal back rub and tucks you in for a safe, sound, good night's sleep.
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Episode 612Aug 12, 2018Taking Some Time For Your Own Bad Self
We're WAYYY too busy, and this podcast has a solution to that problem. There must be some ladies out there who were so busy that they said no when George Clooney went chasing after them. So BIg Louie says, "Take a don't do what you don't want to do day...doo wah, doo wah" Give it a listen...when you find some time.
Episode 611Aug 05, 2018It's Good To Drive A Klunker
This podcast is a reminder to hold your head high if you drive a "Klunker." "Klunker" is an expressive word. It's the sound your engine makes when you're stopped at a stop light. "Klunker," klunker, klunker" your engine's sound. It's a contented sound that translates to, "I'm a car that has demonstrated the ability to make it all the way home lots of times." The guy next to you in the new red Corvette has an engine going, "Vroom, vroom, vroom" which translates to "slurp, slurp, slurp, get me to the gas station fast." There is a big difference between a klunker and a junker. A klunker always has some value...for somebody.
Episode 610Jul 29, 2018Trading Abs for Flabs
If you are a "Louie Louie Generation" gentleman, DO NOT LOOK AT YOURSELF SIDEWAYS IN A MIRROR. You are in danger of suffering from "Pre-Cotious Ab Deflation." The definition of that word and all your other questions are answered in this podcast. Dig in!
Episode 609Jul 22, 2018Nothing Happens
This is a whole lot of story about Adam & Eve & Desiree. They claim "Nothing Happened." Ha.
Episode 608Jul 15, 2018Gettiing Comfortable
I like being comfortable. That's why I am sitting here in my big, manly, comfortable black leather poppa chair in my living room...and this IS a POPPA chair. in manly. Comfortable.
More and more people seem to be un-comfortable with exactly what being manly means now. Legitimate colleges and universities are giving actual courses with titles like "Overcoming your toxic masculinity." Seriously. Brown University has a course in quote, "creating safe spaces for men to unpack all of the things they have learned about masculinity and what it means to be a man" end quote. Seriously.
I like my masculinity. I've had it for a long time. I'm very comfortable with it. And it's never seemed toxic to me. My Lady Wonder Wench seems to like it too. In fact I think my masculinity is one of the biggest reasons why my Lady Wonder Wench is the star of my most inappropriate and not safe for work thoughts. I like my masculinity. I'm very comfortable being a man. That's what this podcast is all about.
Episode 607Jul 08, 2018Some Soft Summer Sounds
This is about the night sounds of the summer. Hard to believe that all that soft sound is made by some one ounce crickets. Seems to me that they'd have to be about 100 pounds to make all that soft sound. And a 100 pound cricket is an ugly thought. There are lots of giggles in this podcast. And giggles are good.
Episode 606Jul 01, 2018Much More Gratitude
I'm grateful for lots of the big things we have, but we sometimes take for dependable electricity, enough food and clean water. But I'm grateful for lots of little things too. Like the ice cream sandwich with the little flakes of dark chocolate I had last night, walking on the beach with my Lady Wonder Wench, and holding her hand. We shared a bag of hot, buttered popcorn when we got home. How about flinging a Frisbee with my buddy Randy next door. How about the sound of ice cubes bouncing against a glass full of fizzy soda, or the word y'all in a sentence that goes something like, "We're sure glad to see y'all. That's what my brother Jeff said when we went to visit him in Texas. Little things that make life good. Like the chuckle I got when I saw an ad for a ladies clothing store that said, "Ladies, make his day. Take 80% off." I immediately started thinking, hey, that's a great idea. See? Gratitude Attitude. That's what this podcast is all about.
Episode 605Jun 24, 2018Tough Toe Nails
"Stop biting your toe nails." How often have you heard that one? Today's podcast explains why you might hear somebody say it to you in church. So be careful if you go to church wearing flip flops.
Episode 604Jun 17, 2018Big Bikini Bust
"If you obey all the rules, you will miss an awful lot of the fun." That's one of Big Louie's best observations. I am sitting here in my big, comfortable, manly, black leather poppa chair in my living shock. To say nothing of dismay. I have just learned that the Miss Universe Pageant has eliminated the bathing suit competition in an embarrassing nod to political correctness. It's their new rules. Listen people. Pay attention to Big Louie when he says "If you obey all the rules you will miss an awful lot of the fun." I consider this to be a terrible sneak attack on love itself.
Here's what I mean. "If love is blind how come bikinis are so popular." What's next? Streakers beware?. After all, this may mean your end is in to speak...streakers. Why are they doing this to us. By us, I mean Louie Louie Generation gentlemen. When a woman wearing even the tiniest string bikini walks down the beach, a Louie Louie generation guy watches only the parts of her that are more or less covered. What is the problem with these Miss Universe people? Don't they understand that a bikini is a little like a barbed wire fence? Look at it this way, a barbed wire fence and a bikini both protect the property without obstructing the view. Some of those women are visual candy stores. But these Miss Universe people want to put us all on a starvation diet.
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