Are You Hungry?

Larry talks about being concerned for his kids, but not really wanting to say anything. So, he just asks “Are you hungry?” There’s nothing in life that a piece of homemade pie can’t make better. On Poetry Corner, we hear from Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Larry talks about the movie “The Quiet Man.”

Quote Of The Week: “That’s not the name of a stripper.”


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Show Credits

Producer: Colonel Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Dr. Chris Laxamana

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3 Responses to “Are You Hungry?”

  1. Cyril
    2014/07/16 at 8:18 am #

    Hi Larry
    I thoroughly enjoy your personal podcast. I look forward each week to listening to your stories and I don’t think I would have guessed that you were such a big marshmallow. I guess that most people would think that since you’re a Hollywood actor, that you’re tougher than that. I like the fact that you have such a big heart. I enjoy your movie reviews, even though I’ll most likely never see a lot of them, I do Google them to see who was in them and it’s led me to YouTube to watch bits of some of them. I agree with you that it’s too bad that more people, younger people, aren’t turned on to them. At least it appears that you’ve had an effect on your boys by watching them with them. In any case, keep up the good work, it helps fill in some of my time here in the office….

  2. Not Brian
    2014/07/19 at 11:50 am #

    What do you call your lap when you stand up? I’ve noticed that “groin” is a word people use when they don’t want to come right out and pinpoint exactly what they’re talking about. Groin doesn’t specifically mean a sexual organ – but it could. “The pitcher took the ball right in the groin.” Did it actually smash his hamana-hamana? The reporter doesn’t want to say. There seems to be a vague “groin zone” that could possibly extend an inch or so around the tender vittles. But somehow, not really below, into the thigh area, otherwise you’d just say thigh. “The pitcher took the ball right in the thigh.”
    So when you stand up, it seems to me the lap becomes the groin-and-thigh area, stopping just at the top of the knees. We could call it the “grigh” or perhaps the “thoin.” “Say, Charlie, it looks like Rex the lap dog shed some hair on your thoin. Or are you just glad to see me?”

  3. Carol
    2014/07/19 at 5:34 pm #

    Hi Larry,
    I never remember jokes but I remembered the one you told this week. I told it at a graduation party I went to today and everyone laughed. Thanks Larry for all the jokes you tell and a podcast that always makes me laugh.

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