From The Nook Podcast | Unconstrained
By Lonnie Bruhn
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A confessional booth style of podcast. In each episode, Lonnie Bruhn takes us all on a candid, hilarious and introspective journey on a range of topics.
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Honest and Funny
Everyone should take a listen to go into the world that is Lonnie Bruhn. His comedy and life are brutally funny and it give the audience something to relate to each time.
There is no shortage of sharing and you will find yourself laughing at things you don't want to.
Listen, unless you hate funny.
I was a fan of this podcast before the DUI Cab show. Lonnie makes a remark about the lady who works at the strip club that is sexist and uncaring, especially after he just used and exploited her for his own gain. "It was awkward, she had gone back to normal life, I'm sure full of sad and regret but whatever" basically. Not exact quote.
Just like any disability, most women who strip have deep emotional injuries and abuse histories. So before expecting others to understand your issues, try understanding someone else's.
And try another cab company. People die due to drunk drivers. There is no reason to give your listeners ammo of denial next time they need a ride home and should not drive.
For the Love of Comedy
I enjoy this podcast for a number of reasons. I'll get the small points out of the way first: It's short, which is great because my free listening time is limited. It covers a variety of topics and issues. It's funny and sometimes ranty. It's also very candid at times.
What I like most about this podcast is that I can tell that Lonnie loves comedy. We live in a bizarre age where most people get inovlved in the arts with the hopes of hitting the big-time or getting rich. Whether or not Lonnie hits it big... well, it doesn't seem to matter, because he loves the artform. He's in it for the long-haul.
Being funny is one thing. But being funny while putting your heart into it is competely different and rare. Lonnie delivers with "From the Nook."