Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Our good friend, comedian Rob Haney is known to be an extremely funny guy, a wonderful joke teller, and most importantly, extremely cheap, (or as he likes to spin it, "price conscience"). Astute listeners out there will recognize his voice from the famous Dog for Sale joke that appears on the album Gone Wild. When not on the road performing, Rob Haney lives in Dayton, OH where he owns the world famous Wiley's Comedy Club.
It's time for another exciting episode of the best joke filled, news feature hosted by a stand-up comedian named Bob Zany, The Zany Report. But the Report isn't the only thing you'll get when Bob calls in, we'll also find out where he's playing next, Bing Crosby will tell a joke, and some lucky fan will win prizes after fixing one Zany's less than successful punch lines. So you'd better tune it because it's going to be huge! In other news, Bob was recently featured in the Matt Damon film, The Informant! and is the star of the new documentary Close But No Cigar: Bob Zany which you can find here and pre-order the 2-DVD set here. Follow Bob on Facebook and twitter. Bob also has a new Podcast, "The Bob Zany Show" with Zan Aufdeerheide.
Anne Fisher has been writing the advice column, "Ask Annie," for Fortune Magazine since 1996, helping readers navigate booms, recessions, changing industries, and changing ideas about what's appropriate in the workplace. Anne is the author of two books, Wall Street Women and If My Career's on the Fast Track, Where Do I Get a Road Map?. Recently she wrote a fun articled for Fortune about some of the most ridiculous job interview questions ever, and we're hoping to get a few more of those out of her when she calls in. Follow Anne on twitter.
With his first book, Kitchen Confidential, Anthony Bourdain exposed the culinary world in a way no one had ever dared. In doing so, he not only became a best selling author, he also became star among foodies and non-foodies alike. Bourdain now hosts the popular Travel Channel program "No Reservations," is the author of two novels, is a contributing writer for The New Yorker and is releasing a new book Medium Raw, which takes a look at the current state of the food world and the people who run it. Follow Anthony on twitter.