Bobby Pickles' Podcast™️

Bobby speaks, on location from the big, red staircase in the middle of Times Square, with Mr. Locario, aka Trends – actor, author, rapper, producer, radio host and masterful guru in the art of seduction. That’s a hell of a laundry list of handles, however, the conversation focuses primarily on “How to Have Sex with Two Women A Day", which is the title of Locario’s most recently published book.

Direct download: Episode_19_Mr_Locario.mp3
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Bobby is on location at the Museum of Sex (MoSex) in New York City where he speaks with “Crazy James” Zinkand, who, five years after being on the CBS reality show, Big Brother 9, isn’t so “crazy” anymore, although he has his moments. Zinkand is only 26 years old, but he’s had a truly “crazy” life, hence the moniker. They discuss globetrotting, cross-country bicycling, Zinkand's habitual sexually degenerate lifestyle, yet on a lighter note - his positive future goals.

Direct download: Episode_18_James_Zinkand_Clipped.mp3
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Bobby speaks with Dr. Joseph V. Scelsa, founder and president of the Italian American Museum located on Mulberry Street at the heart of Manhattan’s Little Italy. The consummate academic, Dr. Scelsa has many degrees and distinctions – a doctorate in sociology and education from Columbia, plus a long career as director of the Italian American Institute developing a variety of courses for the City University of New York. The museum is host to numerous exhibitions. For more information please call (212) 965-9000 or visit www.ItalianAmericanMuseum.org.

Direct download: Episode_17_Dr_Joseph_V_Scelsa_Karikatura.mp3
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Bobby sits down with Justice John W. Sweeny, Jr. to discuss his role at the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Appellate Division, First Judicial Department. Mr. Pickles speaks with Justice Sweeny in his chambers inside of the historic Appellate Division courthouse at 27 Madison Ave. They discuss life, judgery and Sweeny’s upcoming reelection campaign.

Bobby opens the show with a new segment entitled “NYC Subway Music” in which Bobby interviews and records live performers in NYC’s subway system. This week’s guest is an African-American cello player/singer named Gabriel Royal.

Direct download: Episode_16_Justice_John_W_Sweeny_Jr.mp3
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Bobby conducts this podcast episode over breakfast at the Beechwood Café, just down the road from the Grove Street PATH stop, in the city some say is “New York City’s sixth borough” unofficially of course, depending on whether you reside here or in Hoboken. The setting is Jersey City, home to Jayne Freeman, a Childbirth Educator certified through the CEA/MNY (Childbirth Education Association of Metropolitan New York). Jayne hosts a popular Jersey City public access show about parenting, pregnancy and childbirth called 'Mamarama'. It airs in JC on Comcast Cable Channel 51 on Wednesday and Thursday nights at 10 and 6:30 pm respectively. She also writes a regular column for the Jersey City Independent with the same name and subject matter. Awesomely unconventional in the true sense of the word, she speaks about her life as mother, mentor, writer, and of her role on ‘The Snooki and JWOW Show’.

Direct download: Episode_15_Jayne_Freeman.mp3
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Bobby is on location in the city of angels, Los Angeles -- on the set of the smash hit TLC reality series, “America's Worst Tattoos” -- more specifically, Broken Art Tattoo, sitting in the chair and doing this podcast while receiving his awesome cover-up for the show. His artist, and subject of the episode, is an amazing and talented tattooer by the name of Jeremy Swan, the shop's curator.

Furthermore, Bobby speaks with Mr. Michael “Burko” Burko, the show’s soundman, and a very interesting character. Burko’s story reigns true with the whole idea of the Bukowski-inspired tattoo Bobby is receiving while conducting the interviews. Bukowski's motto was "don't try, do". Burko runs with that intuitively throughout his life.

As for Mr. Jeremy Swan, he is the consummate professional and a true talent. Bobby very much appreciated both of these awesome individuals being on his show. Please make sure you tune in to Season 1 of “America's Worst Tattoos”.

Direct download: Episode_14_TLC_AWT.mp3
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Bobby speaks on location, at a quaint coffee shop called Elsewhere Espresso, with Aliah Rosenthal, poet, musician and talent-agent, about life growing up on the mean streets of the East Village, an area once generally considered to be the epicenter of the counterculture in New York City -- home to a vast array of artists and bohemians -- the Beatniks arose from this neighborhood, Allen Ginsberg, the father of “the beat generation” was just one of its famous residents, Punk Rock emerged from its slums, etc.

Bobby also reports from the field about a hip, fresh, unconventional concert experience known as Sofar Sounds.

Direct download: Episode_13_Aliah_Rosenthal_Sofar_Sounds.mp3
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Bobby speaks with Dr. John Boik, founder of the Principled Societies Project, which is a science-based effort to design and test pioneering systems that improve well-being and speed the transition to a sustainable society. He is also the president and founder of New Earth BioMed, a 501(c)3 nonprofit cancer research organization, which is working to discover a new generation of safe anticancer therapies based on mixtures of plant products. Dr. Boik received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences from the University of Texas, Health Sciences Center, Houston. He also completed postdoctoral work at Stanford University, Department of Statistics and he has written a new book entitled Creating Sustainable Societies: The Rebirth of Democracy and Local Economies  - his first book outside the field of biomedical research. In the book, he applies "systems thinking" (an important perspective in biology) to our wider financial, economic, and governance systems.

Direct download: Episode_11_John_Boik.mp3
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Bobby speaks with Dr. Lawrence Gelman, a South Texas-based physician, hospital administrator, novice rancher, conservative activist and media personality. Dr. Gelman is the host of the Dr. Lawrence Gelman Show, a radio program focusing on today's political, social, and economic issues from a traditional and unrelenting conservative perspective. His radio program is syndicated on numerous stations throughout the U.S. Bobby probes Dr. Gelman about his views regarding Obamacare, Gun Control, Immigration, Roe v. Wade, etc.

Direct download: Episode_12_Dr_Lawrence_Gelman.mp3
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Bobby speaks with Bob McManus, a person who has absolutely no affiliation in anyway whatsoever with FAT ENZO. Everything stated in this episode is jest. It is a performance art piece that was produced at the beginning of Bobby's podcasting career.  

Direct download: Episode_10_Bob_McManus.mp3
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Bobby speaks with "Papa" about life and loyalties 60 miles north of New York City, in what some have labeled the “armpit of Connecticut”. 

The birthplace of the Frisbee and of the Subway restaurant chain, it’s a place latent with political corruption and scandals, like when the city’s mayor admitted to using cocaine while in office.

The comedian Fred Allen once referred to it when he famously said, "Everywhere outside New York City is Bridgeport, Connecticut."

Direct download: Episode_9_Papa_Clipped.mp3
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This episode, along with episodes 6 and 7, were all recorded on the eve of the Mayan Apocalypse, December 20th 2012 in the year of our lord, 2012. Feeling pretty amped up that night, Bobby decided to tape some shows.

On this particular episode, Bobby speaks with Dina Rae, a loving wife and mother who resides in the Chicago suburbs and writes novels of fiction about what we both agree to be non fiction subject matter: conspiracy theories, illuminati, free masonry. Looks like Alex Jones and Stephen King just had a zombie baby who speaks with a Midwest twang!

For more information about Dina and/or her books:
Dina Rae
www.dinarae.co
www.dinaraeswritestuff.blogspot.com
Twitter: @haloofthedamned

Direct download: Episode_8_Dina_Rae.mp3
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Bobby speaks with Lawrence Goudge, author of  “Cover-up: How the Church Silenced Jesus’s True Heirs” which tells the hidden story of the original Christians who tried to create a just world.

Many heretical topics are discussed on this eve of the Mayan Apocalypse – including Goudge’s Protestant church, novel music compositions and natural aversion to hippy-dum.

Check out Lawrence Goudge
·      On the web – JesusTrueHeirs.com
·      Buy his book – TinyURL.com/9q4w2jp
·      Or hear his music “Jesus Didn’t Die” sung by Neil Gray – http://youtu.be/a6akkb_afqs

Direct download: Episode_7_Lawrence_Gouge_Clipped.mp3
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Bobby speaks with, author and independent health researcher, Matt Stone about his contrarian views in regards to many fad diets and his new book, "Eat for Heat". Also, one of Bobby's cohorts sits in, serendipitous voiceover comedian Matthew Fernandez.

In a world where one man and his fat lazy dog makes a podcast with Matthew Fernandez and Matt Stone, we all will discover 180 Degree Health and why Florida sucks but Colorado is such a great place to live. 

Direct download: Episode_6_Matt_Stone.mp3
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The band is finally back together! After a year and a half of hating each other, friends Rob Piccirillo "Bobby Pickles", David Bader "Mr. Badey" and Adrien de Martini "Mahhteeny" finally squash their differences and discuss a slew of topics, from gun control to Aussie promiscuity and drunkenness. 

Bobby reflects on the time he and Mr. Badey were victims of a home invasion in St. Pete, Martini talks about shooting photography with real film (like the true hipster he claims not to be) and Badey shares his experiences living down under in Australia. 

Direct download: Episode_5_Badey_and_Martini.mp3
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Bobby speaks with James Goi, Jr., Author, Speaker, Coach. Mr. Goi just wrote an awesome book entitled, "How to Attract Money Using Mind Power". 

Purchase a copy as a gift and give it to a homeless person!

http://www.jamesgoijr.com
http://twitter.com/jamesgoijr
http://www.facebook.com/jamesgoijr
http://www.youtube.com/jamesgoijr
http://www.myspace.com/jamesgoijr
http://www.myspace.com/goibook
http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesgoijr
http://www.FengShe.org (Collaborating Writer)
Direct download: Episode_4__James_Goi__Jr_Clipped.mp3
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"Stop drinking milk!" Bobby speaks with Dr. Daniel Twogood, a D.C. from California who wrote a new book entitled "Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days". Dr. Dan says virtually all chronic pain can be cured by cutting out dairy, gluten and MSG. The American food pyramid is the cause of your pain! Subtract foods from your diet rather than adding drugs or supplements. That crap is no good for you either.  

http://www.chronicpaingone90days.com

Direct download: Episode_3_Dr_Twogood_Clipped.mp3
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Bobby talks with Adam Rutkowski, a shit-talking Polish Long Islander who lost his house to Hurrican Sandy, and Tony (no last name provided), a homeless man who lives at One Penn Plaza (Penn Station), NYC. Why is Tony homeless? Why is Adam Polish? Find out!

 

 

Related Websites

https://www.facebook.com/adam.rutkowski.965

https://www.facebook.com/tone.loki

Direct download: Episode_2_Adam_and_Tony_Clipped.mp3
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Bobby's first podcast. Bobby interviews Francesco Portelos, a Staten Island school teacher who is not afraid to speak out about being banished to a temporary reassignment center, i.e. Rubber Room. Mayor Bloomberg said the "Rubber Rooms" were no more. I call bullshit on that, Hizzoner.

 

Related Website

http://protectportelos.org

 

 

Direct download: Episode_1_Francesco_Portelos_Clipped.mp3
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