The Long Shot features three comedians (Sean Conroy, Jamie Flam, and Amber Kenny) discussing their struggles through the general terrors of everyday life. There are also special guests, sketches, and original songs!
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
The Long Shot correspondence presenters read through listener correspondence, straight out the bag that holds all Long Shot correspondence!
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Thank you for reading my email. It meant a lot. I did not intend any hard feelings with what I said. By “tarnished by fame” I meant that even though this is a very popular podcast, none of you arrogant or conceited about it. You seem to appreciate the fans.
Although I did not see the change Sean gave Jamie as hush-money, or as a payment for bulling him, the hush-money idea makes a lot of sense. Thanks Amber.
I meant to say “none of you ARE arrogant or conceited about it”
Jamie’s reading of the Welsh Al’s email was fantastic. FYI I also found the podcast through improv4humans.
I think you better add Australia to that world tour so I can help Jamie with his Australian accent….
Thank you for reading my email. It meant a lot to me. This was a great episode, and shows how much your fans mean to you.
Stay safe, keep podcasting.
And yes, that accent of Jamie’s was awesome.
And by “tarnished by fame”, I meant that this podcast is very well-known in my opinion. A lot of celebrities can forget where they came from and become conceited. I am glad that this has not happened with any of you.
That hostile mail was crazy.
Loved Jamie’s blending of british, australian and (mainly) new zealand accents into one weird combo.
Hey Sean: That hostile and of course annonymous email was insane and wrong. You are ALL required to be there for my entertainment at all times.
I find you to be insightful, thoughtful, honest and straightforward.
Now is a good time to take a break.
Fuck that guy, who cares.
As others have said, thank you for reading my email. Sean, I cannot stress enough how wrong the anonymous email was about your role on the show. I think you are hilarious and are absolutely necessary for every single episode, just as each other member is as well. In regards to my email which detailed the “deserted island” situation, it was obviously geared toward the construction of a joke. Eddie you just happened to be the scapegoat in the joke. Any member could have been the one inserted into the punchline (aka been eaten). I love you all.
P.S. Can I be a guest on the show? Haha, but seriously.
The anonymous hatemail is a fine example of everything that is wrong with the internet mentality. It’s easy to talk that amount of crap while hiding behind the internet, but I highly doubt that asshole would say any of it if he were having to look someone in the eye while doing it.
That mail really bugged me, I can only imagine what it was like for Sean.
Sean just know this: You’re the pillar of the show. Without you, there is no Longshot, so seriously, fuck that guy. To paraphrase George Carlin: “Fuck him in the ass with a big rubber dick.”
(I apologize for the double post. I have never posted a comment on this site, so when I wrote the first one, I thought it would post automatically. I thought I had done something wrong the first time, so I posted another one. Sorry for the spamming.)
Sheena, on behalf of Sean, Eddie, Amber, and Jamie, all the LoShoPo fans and friends, and the entirety of the Internet–I accept your apology.
DAMMIT!!!! YOU CAN’T TRIPLE-POST THE SAME THING!!!! FUCK THE LOSHOPO AND FUCK THIS SITE!!!!!
Was I dreaming or did Sean post something about recording an ep w/ Lauren Ashley Bishop?
Too good to be true?
Some of us have dilatory analysis to do and need to entertain our earholes.
I will hold the LoShoPo 100% responsible in the event of an earhole mutiny
Hello. Forgot to mention that if I ever see Sean Conroy in public, I will rip his face off and wear it over my naked crotch, pulling my dick through the hole where his nose was and then dancing around maniacally.
Some callbacks are, perhaps, more unnecessary than others. But, well, in re: the original…apologies on behalf of humanity.
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