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Ready Set Blow Podcast with Randy Valerio and Chase Abel

The Ready Set Blow Podcast is brought to you each and every Wednesday by Chase Abel and Randy Valerio. Randy and Chase are two guys cut from a different cloth, but ultimately tied together by the same thread - comedy. Randy Valerio, who started comedy in Boston, is an LA-based comedian born and raised in Queens, NY. Chase Abel is Boston-based comedian originally hailing from Eritrea, East Africa. The two try to make sense of their lives and the world around them each and every week by sharing crazy ideas, news, stories, and their adventures with their listeners. You can email the show at rsbpodcast@gmail.com for inquires, sponsorship, or just to drop a note or share a thought. Social Media: Instagram: @randyvalerio, @chaseabel, @readysetblowpodcast Facebook: facebook.com/pg/rsbpodcast, facebook.com/randy.valerio.777, facebook.com/chase.abel.54 Twitter: @randytvalerio, @chaseabel1, @readysetblowpodcast
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Jul 15, 2017

Sam Jay is a Boston-bred and now L.A.-based comedian. You can catch her on Viceland’s Party Legends and watch her weekly on MTV’s SafeWord. She will be taping her Comedy Central special at The Stand in NYC on September 21. Sam joins the fellas in their hotel for some drinks and a lot of laughs in this really fun episode of the RSB Podcast. The episode opens with some Vegas party stories and how women shouldn’t be “frumpy” in the VIP. The crew moves on to discuss the difficulties of dating a comedian. The trio gets into a little history - Sam technically being responsible for the RSB podcast’s existence, Sam’s start in comedy, making teachers cry and growing up in between the Millennial and Gen-X era. The show moves on to a conversation about hip hop, then and now. The gang closes out the episode with a discussion about respecting the art of comedy. 

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