Some tales of Mo's experiences with doctors, good and bad. Oh, the indignities of being uninsured!
Calling the balls and strikes isn't as easy as I thought it would be, but it was a lot of fun. Also, the most memorable young umpire I met. It's a lot like life, in that we have to call them as we see them, regardless of the mob with torches and pitchforks.
I have a plan to reduce the amount of violence on Television and in the Movies by utilizing a sound made by the great Shemp Howard of 3 Stooges fame. This could really work, but people are way to sane to give it a try. I, on the other hand, make no such claim.
What's with suits? Why do we wear them? The pockets are great, but what the heck! I don't like suits. They creep me out. Suits are weird.
Mo waxes on, and off, about the biggest phenomenon of the current entertainment cycle and how he's never, ever seen a single episode. How can this be? He'll explain why he doesn't feel he's missed a thing. Maybe he has, but he doesn't think so.
Mo discusses some views on time and a little about watches.
All about being a Yo-yo Pro in the 80s and 90s. How and why it came to be, and why it all ended. We all have a journey and this was a major part of Mo's. The episode ends with the song, "Mighty Mo the Yo-yo Pro," written about him by friend, writer and performer, Barry Ebert. The song alone is worth listening to Mo ramble.
In a world that seems to be plagued with unkind acts, every one of us has the tool to counteract that darkness. Kindness is the key. In this episode, Mo discusses the benefits of kindness, the reason it's so positive and how to achieve it as often as possible. With kindness, you simply must have a more relaxed life.
This episode is an odd journey down memory lane, a lane filled with inebriated Mardi Gras revelers in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1977, SNL decided to broadcast live from Mardi Gras. Mo was there and, well, the rest is history, kind of.
I was once a Hippie type Freak. My Hair was immense but it was just who I was. As it turned out, letting my hair grow wasn't a statement, it was letting my inner Freak out. We all have a freak (so to speak) inside of us that wants to materialize. Although there may not be a real guide to that here, you may get some ideas of your own. Be yourself! Be happy!
This story is a true one. Mo was a Tarot Snob for a long time, and discovered that such attitudes stifled his creativity and made him stupid. Luckily, he realized his bone-headed ways and made a change, thus this podcast. Otherwise, he'd still be steeped in self-importance.
This episode is a general ramble about Mo's thoughts on romantic love. Although romantic love isn't always easy, okay, never easy, it's still pretty darn wonderful and worth believing in. What is this strange power? Who knows, but it sure is fun.
Life is worthy of a celebration every day! Do you know about the Cross Quarter Days? Do you celebrate as often as you can? This episode encourages you to do just that! Life is for living!
Mo and family went to Chinatown in San Francisco in 1973. The Dragon made a prediction. Did it come true? Did they treat Mo well?
It's a jungle out there, but you can survive the holiday shopping season if you have the right tips! Here they are! Huzzah!
The Holidays are on and they don't have to be miserable. In fact, they can be downright fun! Here are some quick trips that really work. You can even enjoy Thanksgiving if you know how to take it on.
The beginning of the Jack O' Lantern is a wonderful look at the love and charity of the past. It's a lovely holdover from a very different time. Here's the story, from my point of view.
This tale involves Trick or Treating in the early 1960s and an elderly treater, or was she a trickster?
The whole world is indeed a stage. This trip to get a pizza included drama, comedy, and a fear of a set of beads.