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Romancing The Spammer

by Funemployment Radio

A humorous reading of one man's back and forth letters to an actual Email Spammer. Listen in as love is found, secrets are divulged and romance blossoms between two people on the internet.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. Romancing Intro
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2. Letter 1
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3. Letter 2
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4. Letter 3
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30. The Interview
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
These times are tough and strange, and we’ve learned that even the most exceptional and talented among us can get the boot at any time, in any industry. Greg Nibler and Sarah X Dylan have embraced their recent unemployment (they were both formerly of the Rick Emerson Show on KUFO) and turned themselves into the spokespeople of a new era of podcasting and “funemployment”.

Crack open a Mickey’s daily with this duo, who use the excuse that “day-drinking and podcasting” go hand in hand. And many seem to agree with this logic, as they’ve already scored themselves such guests as Meat Loaf, Bill Plympton, Bill Oakley (The Simpsons) and many more.

Both Nibler and Dylan aren’t strangers to the wild world of media; aside from his work on KUFO, Nibler has spent the past 7 years in radio, has made his mark in the Portland music scene for 10 years in various bands, and continues to work in local film and television as an actor and writer.

Sarah Dylan has been on the airwaves for eight years, managing to make her mark on over six stations as a radio personality and producer. She also tried her hand as a television reporter on Channel 6 news for a year before accepting that being on a talk show is where her heart always remains.

And talk is exactly what Nibler and Dylan excel at, with their first episode consisting of much conversation about their new lot in life—the daily happenings of newly unemployed “Broadcast Professionals”, Nibler’s sports round-up “Ball Talk”, and various odds and ends from the world of pop culture, music, and everyday life.

Funemployment Radio™ is also in the podcast section of itunes.com, and is already making its way up the charts. Gainfully employed or not, take the time to grab some malt liquor, brace yourself or a little bit of profanity and a lot of entertainment, and tune into a podcast with heart, humor, and wit that is unmatched.


Funemployment Radio is a daily podcast/online radio show, based out of Portland, Oregon.


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mike b

AMAZING!!!
I'm a huge fan of the funemployementradio.com daily podcast and I wasn't sure how they'd work the tryst between Chester and Anita into a comedy album. I bought it the day after it was released and I've listened to it four times already. The performances are outstanding and the content is intensely original. The BEST comedy album I've heard since David Cross released Bigger and Blackerer!