The Dan Klass podcast

PILLBOX 143: Southwest Hertz My Head, Stan

Stan Lee breaking Hudson's heart

I’m back with a vengence! Yes, I deliver a show that is almost an hour and twenty minutes! Some people would call that two shows, but not me. I give, baby. I give.
I went to New York, Las Vegas and Mars. I rented 4 or 5 cars. Drove four hours to get my luggage in New York and paid $160 to get it to Las Vegas. I had a dull migraine that lasted 12 days. I can get cell service anywhere in America expect at my mother’s and my mother-in-law’s. When I was a kid, my friend Andrew and I burned what would probably be thousand and thousands of pounds sterling worth of newsprint. I finally have Stan Lee’s autograph and I don’t think I care.

Links: Upstate ComicsVerve (Wendy’s store), Mars 2112

PILLBOX 142: Put Me In The Zoo

From the vaults…The Tale: The kids and I went to the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens, to have lunch and complain about the heat. Par for the course with the Klass family. Sure we saw a couple zebras, half a gorilla and the top of the lion, but all in all it was aContinue Reading

#322: “Just Be Memorable”

I talk about something, and then I talk about Philip Seymour Hoffman.  No matter what I say, it’ll never do him justice. Philip Seymour Hoffman was arguably the greatest screen actor in the history of screen acting.  Period. We will remember him always.  

The Site was Down, Now it’s Up

The website at TheBitterestPill.com was down and I didn’t even know it.  Now, it’s been fixed-ish. Hopefully the whole system will be back up and running soon, but with Christmas a mere moment away, I wouldn’t hold my breath. If you don’t hear from me soon, you’ll hear from me soon, just less soon thanContinue Reading

Death in the Family

Long time personal friend and friend of the show, Jeffrey Newland, was killed earlier this week.  The circumstances surrounding his death are mysterious and the police are still investigating, but they have ruled his death a homicide. He was a very smart and funny man who dedicated his life to helping others.  I am crushedContinue Reading