June 13, 2022

EP. 323 — Big Time Goof (Live from Ann Arbor)

A self described “big time goof” with a laugh you won’t forget opens up to Geth about his dreams of becoming a traveling musician. The former children’s librarian discusses his favorite children’s book “Everybody Poops” and explains why he calls himself “the king of cats.” He also plays a song inspired by his life loosely titled “Narrow Urethra.” You can guess what that’s about. 


Chris [00:00:04] Hello. Ann Arbor, Michigan. It’s Beautiful/ Anonymous. One hour. One phone call. No names. No holds barred. Hi everybody. Chris Gethard here. Welcome to another episode of Beautiful Anonymous. I’ve been going out on the road a lot, so as has become customary this month, I want to thank everybody who came out last weekend to our shows in Pennsylvania and Morgantown, West Virginia. Those were great shows. What an incredible venue 123 Pleasant Street is with so much history. I’ve never played West Virginia before and it was so cool, so cool to see you there. Thanks to everybody who came to Broken Goblet, another cool venue. Guess what? Got more shows coming up. June 17th I’m at the state house in New Haven, Connecticut. That’s a stand up show. And then June 18th, that’s like that’s this weekend, if you’re listening to this when it comes out, I’m at the Sinclair in Cambridge, Massachusetts. That’s two shows. The

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