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wellRED podcast

Trae Crowder, Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester (Authors of The Liberal Redneck Manifesto, and comedians on The WellRed Comedy Tour) host a weekly podcast featuring guests from all walks of life. From MMA fighters, Political experts, Comedians, Television Producers... you get it.. it's diverse. We meet interesting people on the road. Sometimes they let us record our conversations. Sometime's, however, it's just us three goofballs cracking wise about anything from politics, sports, chicken, relationships, and music! wellREDcomedy.com for tickets to shows and more!
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Apr 12, 2017

Trae and CoFo sit down sans Drew in Trae's Burbank guest house (ahem, fellas) to discuss all of the most important things in this world, i.e. the situation in Syria, Sean Spicer being disabled, United Airlines hating Asians, and of course Nelly and Brett Favre (look it all comes together). 

This one is a little different, as we're toying with a shorter format, but we'll all three be back together next week and after we do what we do, we sit down for an awesome talk with southern rapper/entrepreneur Scotty ATL. 

For the full WellRED experience, holler at us on the road. We're still acting dumb live and in person all around the country. Go to www.wellredcomedy.com to find tickets and we'll see yuns out there, given that the world don't end a course. Love y'all. Skeeeew.

 

3 Comments
  • over five months ago
    Susan Barrett
    I'm a huge fan. A transplanted 75 year old liberal NJ Democrat living in Spartanburg nearly a year, and more emotionally involved in politics than ever before in my life. I've listened with laughter and thoughtfulness to Trae's porch rants on FB for many months. Part of me yearns to find likeminded people in my area who are horrified by the joke that is D.T.'s White House. There was a FB post last week about a Democrat running in one of these tweener elections. Reading the comments was chilling. He definitely had his supporters, but the people supporting D.T. and maintaining the Republican status quo were vile in their comments. I thoroughly appreciate this particular podcast. If I can listen to you guys...in the serious discussion moments...break it down,I might survive this. Even in NJ I didn't have people I could talk to about politics. So much cable news coverage is repetitious. Plus everyone trying to get the story first. Even if it's a quasi story. I railed (raled? sp?) during the campaign about the amount of coverage devoted to D.T., which in my mind amounted to free publicity. We are still doing that. If all candidates had been treated equally there might have been a different outcome. There are so many if-onlies we can point to. I have to wonder what will be left of us and out country after even a four year term. His presidency is tantamount to a plague. One of the things you talked about...and of course my old brain isn't going to remember precisely. But you're correct. There are two main groups. And I can't imagine a circumstance where I'll ever agree with them. I'm positive they feel the same about us. Tolerance and openmindedness need to be fostered on both sides. D.T. Will not git 'er done.
  • over five months ago
    Susan Barrett
    I'm a huge fan. A transplanted 75 year old liberal NJ Democrat living in Spartanburg nearly a year, and more emotionally involved in politics than ever before in my life. I've listened with laughter and thoughtfulness to Trae's porch rants on FB for many months. Part of me yearns to find likeminded people in my area who are horrified by the joke that is D.T.'s White House. There was a FB post last week about a Democrat running in one of these tweener elections. Reading the comments was chilling. He definitely had his supporters, but the people supporting D.T. and maintaining the Republican status quo were vile in their comments. I thoroughly appreciate this particular podcast. If I can listen to you guys...in the serious discussion moments...break it down,I might survive this. Even in NJ I didn't have people I could talk to about politics. So much cable news coverage is repetitious. Plus everyone trying to get the story first. Even if it's a quasi story. I railed (raled? sp?) during the campaign about the amount of coverage devoted to D.T., which in my mind amounted to free publicity. We are still doing that. If all candidates had been treated equally there might have been a different outcome. There are so many if-onlies we can point to. I have to wonder what will be left of us and out country after even a four year term. His presidency is tantamount to a plague. One of the things you talked about...and of course my old brain isn't going to remember precisely. But you're correct. There are two main groups. And I can't imagine a circumstance where I'll ever agree with them. I'm positive they feel the same about us. Tolerance and openmindedness need to be fostered on both sides. D.T. Will not git 'er done.
  • over five months ago
    Luke Hobbs
    Keep the 2hr format please! It wasn't bad as 1hr but the extended length of y'all's other episodes has been something I looked forward to. Thanks guys, you're the shit.