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Keith & Joe: The Pimps in Training Podcast
The industry's oldest podcast est. 1859
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The Keith and Joe Show is the industry's oldest podcast est. 1859

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June 08, 2014 09:46 AM PDT

Matt Abma from the Outer Leaf is recording with us. This episode is sponsored by Abma's laptop.

Joe talks about listening to a boring morning radio about fishing. This gets Keith and Joe angry because they aren't on FM but Fishermen Fred is.

Keith and Joe then talk about the #YesAllWomen hashtag from Memorial Day. They read some shooter's manifesto and realize he was a whiny dork who shouldn't have gotten laid.

Keith and Joe then defend the hot men and women of Jones Beach who are too busy having sex to know who we fought in the Revolutionary War.

May 16, 2014 01:22 PM PDT

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Keith and Joe record in a park.

Keith is mad at people who don't like Michio Kaku.

They pontificate a perfect society which may come from getting a blow job after Michio Kaku lectures.

May 15, 2014 10:29 PM PDT

Find us on Twitter: @KeithLeanza @theLBjoe

The self-taught bassist Matt Abma from the Outer Leaf is in studio

Keith and Joe return from their hiatus and discuss their time at Stony Brook's radio station. They talk about FCC violations and how they were surprised other jocks cursed but they didn't.

To not one person's surprise Keith and Joe incriminate themselves during a rant where they speculate some behind-the-scenes stuff which may have kept them off the air. Joe has a backup plan by starting a feminist show on NPR with Abma.

At the center of the whole Stony Brook talk Joe reveals what really bothered him about the whole thing; his broken heart. Instead of crying he yells.

April 21, 2014 05:04 PM PDT

Don’t forget to subscribe to us on ITunes. The Keith & Joe: Pimps in Training Podcast is there too.
After you finish that go find us on Twitter: Keith – @KeithLeanza Joe – @theLBjoe

In this episode Keith comes to school with Joe and they talk to their friend Rigo.

Keith, Joe and Rigo talk about dating and strip club experiences. They also make fun of the dorks who would rather play video games than talk to women in school.

April 17, 2014 07:47 PM PDT

In this episode Keith and Joe talk to their director friend Glenn McBride Jr Also in the studio is our friend Matt Abma.

Glenn and Joe talk about how disruptive Keith is when they bring him to school.

Glenn plugs the trailer for his movie Traffic Cops. (Check out his official YouTube Page “Glenn McBride Jr.“)

Some nerd talk goes on.

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