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Performances


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Radio

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Many years ago, I was fortunate enough to appear on KTCK-AM in Dallas, better known as SportsRadio 1310 The Ticket.  Most of that audio faded into the ether way back when, but a few clips still remain.  Here they are…

Northpark (1998):

Why Today Doesn’t Suck (5/21/2004):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus Segment 1 (2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus Segment 2 (2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus Segment 3 (2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus Segment 4 (2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus Segment 5 (2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus “Vending Machine Telethon” Segment 1 (10/21/2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus “Vending Machine Telethon” Segment 2 (10/21/2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus “Vending Machine Telethon” Segment 3 (10/21/2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus “Vending Machine Telethon” Segment 4 (10/21/2002):

Big Dick Hunter’s P-1 Wild-Ass Circus “Vending Machine Telethon” Segment 5 (10/21/2002):

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Podcasts

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At the end of the 2013 baseball season, I started co-hosting a podcast for the Texas Rangers-focused blog Shutdown Inning along with Peter Ellwood and Dustin Dietz called “Diggin’ In”…

Hit #5: The “Nick Castellanos” Episode (11/21/2013):

Hit #4: The “Joey Butler” Episode (10/31/2013):

Hit #3: The “Michael Wacha” Episode (10/20/2013):

Hit #2: The “Pete Rose, Jr.” Episode (10/3/2013):

Hit #1: The “Brandon McCarthy” Episode (9/26/2013):

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I’ve also appeared in a couple of “SDI Live” video podcasts for Shutdown Inning

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As for music, I once tried my hand at hosting a podcast focused on lost Soul/R&B classics from the ’60s and ’70s, called “Fracsploitation.”  These are the only two shows I ever produced…

Fracsploitation 1 (2007):

Fracsploitation 2 (2007):

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Stage

Back in the Summer of 2011, I was dared by some friends to take a stab at doing stand-up during Open Mic Night at Hyena’s in Dallas, so I caved in to the peer pressure and gave it a go.  Here’s how it went down:

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Screen

As a wide-eyed sixth grader back in March 1978, I had the good fortune of spending three glorious days as an extra in the B-movie Piranha, most of which was filmed at a low-rent (now shuttered) amusement park called Aquarena Springs in my hometown of San Marcos, Texas.

The film was released on DVD a few years ago, which enabled me to pull screen captures of the whopping three frames in which I appeared.  So, without further ado, here are those screen caps with the 11-year-old me being pointed at by arrows added in post-post-post-post production…


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