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Experimentally ILL Radio 97 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 6.10.2016 Guest: I.T. genius Chris Kimball talks technology, social media, creating good, conscious internet content, the Experimentally ILL brand and podcasting, internet security concerns, pop culture and entertainment like his love for the philosophies of Star Trek, being a fan of the film Starship Troopers and it’s animated series, his hatred for Speed 2: Cruise Control, the invention of recyclable rockets, Facebook collecting and selling personal data and it’s ad program, Japan’s high-tech toilets, the use of sexy chat-bots that dudes thought were real women, augmented reality interactive video games, Facebook curating their trending news topics, the Hilary Clinton email server controversy and her being investigated by the FBI, on-the-job anecdotes as an IT guy, his Star Trek shirt, @xmissmarymackx and the phenomenon of taking selfies and more! — #podcast #recording #itguy #radio #microphones #startrek #butfirstletmetakeaselfie

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Direct Episode Link: https://experimentallyill.wordpress.com/2016/06/14/experimentally-ill-radio-97-with-mikeotoole-experimentallyill-com-air-date-6-10-2016-guest-i-t-genius-chris-kimball-talks-technology-social-media-creating-good-conscious-internet-content-the-ex/ Experimentally ILL Radio 97 with #MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 6.10.2016 Guest: I.T. genius Chris Kimball talks the relationship between art (and being an artist) and technology, social media, creating good, conscious internet content, the Experimentally ILL brand and podcasting, internet security concerns, pop culture and entertainment like his love for the philosophies of Star Trek, being a fan of the film Starship Troopers and it's animated series, his hatred for Speed 2: Cruise Control, the invention of recyclable rockets, Facebook collecting and selling personal data and it's ad program, Japan's high-tech toilets, the use of sexy chat-bots that dudes thought were real women, augmented reality interactive video games, Facebook curating their trending news topics, the Hilary Clinton email server controversy and her being investigated by the FBI, on-the-job anecdotes as an IT guy, his Star Trek shirt, @xmissmarymackx and the phenomenon of taking selfies and more! — #podcast #recording #itguy #radio #microphones #startrek #butfirstletmetakeaselfie #ExperimentallyILL

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Experimentally ILL Radio 97 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 6.10.2016 Guest: I.T. genius Chris Kimball talks technology, social media, creating good, conscious internet content, the Experimentally ILL brand and podcasting, internet security concerns, pop culture and entertainment like his love for the philosophies of Star Trek, being a fan of the film Starship Troopers and it’s animated series, his hatred for Speed 2: Cruise Control, the invention of recyclable rockets, Facebook collecting and selling personal data and it’s ad program, Japan’s high-tech toilets, the use of sexy chat-bots that dudes thought were real women, augmented reality interactive video games, Facebook curating their trending news topics, the Hilary Clinton email server controversy and her being investigated by the FBI, on-the-job anecdotes as an IT guy, his Star Trek shirt, @xmissmarymackx and the phenomenon of taking selfies and more! — #podcast #recording #itguy #radio #microphones #startrek #butfirstletmetakeaselfie

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Experimentally ILL Radio 96 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 5/4/2016 Guest: Alum of New York’s Upright Citizens’ Brigade theatre, animator/cartoonist/writer/filmmaker/comic/actor Pete Jaquay of Stiggie Vandell Industries talks creating his video sketch show Ralph The Sock, his latest surreal cartoon called Hey There (available on YouTube) and Ninja Cow (in which Mike did a voice), his comic strips “Stoner Dudes” & “Intergalactic Potsmokers From The Planet Bong,” working with Reel Groovy Films’ filmmaker John Hartman shooting and performing in VHS vignettes for the Retro Tube webseries, influences like MTV’s Liquid Television, Beavis and Butthead, Ren and Stimpy, Mike Judge’s The Animation Show, The Tom Green Show, Seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens with his entire family, his illustration work for the in-progress book The Big Idea, written by his father, and having the same name as his father who makes his own dirt bike-riding videos, the trials of self-promotion as an artist, Kung-Fury and his love for cheesy Kung-fu films, Weird Al’s UHF, Kentucky Fried Movie, Groove Tube and Troma films, a friend getting selected to create Upper Deck trading card images for Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War film, writing and performing live sketches with a troupe at Upright Citizens’ Brigade and how this lead to being selected to create sketches with a production company who attempted to launch a network of content on cell phones just prior to the iPhone launch, how to circuit-bend your Nintendo to alter video game images, comic book recommendations like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and other pop culture and heady, funny chatter!

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Direct Episode Link: https://experimentallyill.wordpress.com/2016/05/19/experimentally-ill-radio-96-with-mikeotoole-experimentallyill-com-air-date-542016-guest-alum-of-new-yorks-upright-citizens-brigade-theatre-animatorcartoonistwriterfilmmakercomicactor-pet/ Experimentally ILL Radio 96 with #MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 5/4/2016 Guest: Alum of New York's Upright Citizens' Brigade theatre, animator/cartoonist/writer/filmmaker/comic/actor Pete Jaquay of Stiggie Vandell Industries talks creating his video sketch show Ralph The Sock, his latest surreal cartoon called Hey There (available on YouTube) and Ninja Cow (in which Mike did a voice), his comic strips "Stoner Dudes" & "Intergalactic Potsmokers From The Planet Bong," working with Reel Groovy Films' filmmaker John Hartman shooting & performing in VHS vignettes for the Retro Tube webseries, influences like MTV's Liquid Television, Beavis & Butthead, Ren & Stimpy, Mike Judge's The Animation Show, The Tom Green Show, seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens with his family, his illustration work for the in-progress book The Big Idea, written by his father, and having the same name as his father who makes his own dirt bike-riding videos, the trials of self-promotion as an artist, Kung-Fury & his love for cheesy Kung-fu films, Weird Al's UHF, Kentucky Fried Movie, Groove Tube & Troma films, a friend getting selected to create Upper Deck trading card images for Marvel's Captain America: Civil War film, writing & performing live sketches with a troupe at Upright Citizens' Brigade & how this lead to being selected to create sketches with a production company who attempted to launch a network of content on cell phones just prior to the iPhone launch, how to circuit-bend your Nintendo to alter video game images, comic book recommendations like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and other pop culture and heady, funny chatter! –thanks to Pete for hanging out in the chat-cave for my #ExperimentallyILL #radio #podcast "I feel you won't hear of the most talented artists out there, because they're shy or they're afraid they'll fail" – you took a big step not fearing to share your words & your art with the world a bit more

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Experimentally ILL Radio 96 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 5/4/2016 Guest: Alum of New York’s Upright Citizens’ Brigade theatre, animator/cartoonist/writer/filmmaker/comic/actor Pete Jaquay of Stiggie Vandell Industries talks creating his video sketch show Ralph The Sock, his latest surreal cartoon called Hey There (available on YouTube) and Ninja Cow (in which Mike did a voice), his comic strips “Stoner Dudes” & “Intergalactic Potsmokers From The Planet Bong,” working with Reel Groovy Films’ filmmaker John Hartman shooting and performing in VHS vignettes for the Retro Tube webseries, influences like MTV’s Liquid Television, Beavis and Butthead, Ren and Stimpy, Mike Judge’s The Animation Show, The Tom Green Show, Seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens with his entire family, his illustration work for the in-progress book The Big Idea, written by his father, and having the same name as his father who makes his own dirt bike-riding videos, the trials of self-promotion as an artist, Kung-Fury and his love for cheesy Kung-fu films, Weird Al’s UHF, Kentucky Fried Movie, Groove Tube and Troma films, a friend getting selected to create Upper Deck trading card images for Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War film, writing and performing live sketches with a troupe at Upright Citizens’ Brigade and how this lead to being selected to create sketches with a production company who attempted to launch a network of content on cell phones just prior to the iPhone launch, how to circuit-bend your Nintendo to alter video game images, comic book recommendations like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and other pop culture and heady, funny chatter!

Experimentally ILL Radio 95 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 5/3/2016 Guest: Artist & Entrepreneur Scott Matalon, owner of Allston, MA’s Stingray Body Art, singer/songwriter of the band Matalon, co-founder of film company Metropolitan Pictures and President of Allston Village Main Streets community service organization talks career, his opinions on arts and entertainment and more – including his stone-carving & paintings featured at the recent Stingray Bodyart art show, producing a reality show for New England Sports Network, pitching pilots to MTV and Netflix, acting in the widely distributed indie film Pony Trouble, the life of a touring musician, knowing Iggy Pop’s manager, Van Gogh and Beethoven, studying music, an artist’s psychology and quest for immortality, music videos and how the iPod & on-demand changed the state of the music & film industry, social media, his early upstart technology company being one of the first working on the internet, ecommerce, the dot com crash, working for Sony Worldwide Networks and directly with iconic rock bands like #Aerosmith in designing their early web presence and a Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame exhibit!

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Direct Episode Link : https://experimentallyill.wordpress.com/2016/05/14/experimentally-ill-radio-95-with-mikeotoole-experimentallyill-com-air-date-432015-guest-artist-entrepreneur-scott-matalon-owner-of-allston-mas-stingray-body-art-singersongwriter-of-the/ Experimentally ILL Radio 95 with #MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 5/3/2016 Guest: Artist & Entrepreneur Scott Matalon, owner of Allston, MA's Stingray Body Art, singer/songwriter of the band Matalon, co-founder of film company Metropolitan Pictures and President of Allston Village Main Streets community service organization talks career, his opinions on arts and entertainment and more – including his stone-carving & paintings featured at the recent Stingray Bodyart art show, producing a reality show for New England Sports Network, pitching pilots to MTV and Netflix, acting in the widely distributed indie film Pony Trouble, the life of a touring musician, knowing Iggy Pop's manager, Van Gogh and Beethoven, studying music, an artist's psychology and quest for immortality, music videos and how the iPod & on-demand changed the state of the music & film industry, social media, his early upstart technology company being one of the first working on the internet, ecommerce, the dot com crash, working for Sony Worldwide Networks and directly with iconic rock bands like #Aerosmith in designing their early web presence and a Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame exhibit! —– Special thanks to Scott for his time and storytelling skills helping me spread the gospel in this jam-packed informative and entertaining three hour conversation via phone for my #ExperimentallyILL #Radio #podcast! "I'm glad that you're young and excited with a fire in your belly – I can't wait to watch where it takes ya!" – Scott Matalon in closing episode 95. Inspiring stuff! Hope we cross paths again or work on something together in the future. Visit http://StingrayBodyArt.com http://Matalon.bandcamp.com http://MetropolitanZone.com http://AllstonVillage.com . Stingray photos in montage by @GeenaMatuson http://GeenaMatuson.com #art #painting #artshow #tattoo #stingraybodyart #allblackeverything #butfirstletmetakeaselfie #allstonma

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Many thanks to artist & entrepreneur Scott Matalon, owner of Allston, MA’s famed tattoo & piercing shop Stingray Bodyart for a jam packed 3 hour conversation via phone for my #ExperimentallyILL #Radio #podcast, covering his career history & opinions on arts & entertainment, from his time creating an upstart technology company & working for Sony Worldwide Networks working directly with iconic bands like Aerosmith on their early web presence and a Rock And Roll Hall of Fame exhibit, his film work with his company Metropolitan Pictures & band Matalon, talk of the recent Stingray Bodyart art show, origins of owning Stingray and more! “I’m glad that you’re young and excited with a fire in your belly. I can’t wait to watch where it takes ya!” – Scott Matalon in closing episode 95.

Just Released: Reel Groovy Films Filmmaker John Hartman’s 20 minute “End Of The Reel” video based on @MikeOToole’ 3 hour unedited Experimentally ILL Radio 83 podcast (also included here)

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10.13.2015 Filmmaker John Hartman of Reel Groovy Films (left) spewing the groovy gospel as a special in-person guest on I, #mikeotoole 's (right) artist profile series/arts and entertainment #ExperimentallyILL #Radio #podcast – episode 83, earlier tonight, after he filmed me acting as a radio/TV personality reacting to the death of fashion model Victor, for his VHS film "Victor Has Been Shot," which is featured in his Retro Tube old school tv tribute webseries. Victor Has Been Shot comments on the media sensationalism that takes place when a public figure is killed. On my podcast, John revealed a secret, for which I am allowing him to release publicly before this episode, in addition to some of his career history and life story, such as trying to make it as a Hollywood actor in the thick of the Rodney King LA riots, his travels to Bulgaria, thoughts on technology and social media, the alternative culture/ counter-culture, fetish, mental illness and his creative process, and more! Stay tuned to http://ExperimentallyILL.com and ReelGroovyFilms .com #headphones #microphones #audiorecording #diy #media #artists #hippie #punk #goth #newwave #emo #allblackeverything #selfie #selftimerselfie

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Experimentally ILL Radio 94 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 3/2/2016 Guest: Spoken Word Performer/Writer/Musician/Photographer/Filmmaker Duncan Wilder Johnson ( Thrashacusetts.com , DWJCreative.com ) returns for the one-on-one artist profile format to talk how he fell in love with punk rock, the death of Lemmy of Motörhead and performing at Boston’s “Lemmyfest” tribute show, photography, producing the band documentary “Leave Behind A Groove In The Earth: The Story Of Sam Black Church,” touring as a spoken word performer and opening for punk icons Marky Ramone of The Ramones, Jello Biafra of The Dead Kennedy’s and Jim Carrol (Author of “The Basket Ball Diaries”), his band “Destruct-A-Thon,” the search for happiness/mental health, family, politics and more!

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Experimentally ILL Radio 94 with @michaelpotoole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 3/2/2016 Guest: Spoken Word Performer/Writer/Musician/Photographer/Filmmaker @DuncanWilderJohnson ( Thrashacusetts.com , DWJCreative.com ) returns for the one-on-one artist profile format to talk how he fell in love with punk rock and metal, the New England music and art scene and attending MassArt as a Studio For Interrelated Media major, the death of Lemmy of Motörhead and performing at Boston's "Lemmyfest" tribute show, photography, producing the band documentary "Leave Behind A Groove In The Earth: The Story Of Sam Black Church," touring as a spoken word performer and opening for punk icons Marky Ramone of The Ramones, Jello Biafra of The Dead Kennedy's and Jim Carrol (Author of "The Basket Ball Diaries"), his bands Destruct-A-Thon & Bring The Knife, chapbooks like "How I Feel In Love With Punk Rock," band and spoken word albums (like "Heavy Metal Spoken Word" and the triple album set "Workaholica), working at Wonder Drug records, his budding freelance photography business, meeting and writing to punk rock icon and an original spoken word influence Henry Rollins of Black Flag, getting starstruck when interviewing punk rock icons The Bad Brains for his Sam Black Church documentary, his current painting collaborations, defining your own success, mindfulness and the search for happiness/mental health ("stress is a choice"), coping methods for anxiety and depression (meditation, fitness like CrossFit, medication etc), overcoming the physical and financial challenges of not having health insurance after a dangerous fall in 2004 during a construction job with his father, politics, family history and more! http://ExperimentallyILL.com direct blog link to audio: https://experimentallyill.wordpress.com/2016/03/03/experimentally-ill-radio-94-with-mikeotoole-experimentallyill-com-air-date-322016-guest-spoken-word-performerwritermusicianphotographerfilmmaker-duncan-wilder-johnson-thrashacusetts-com-dw/ #podcast #allblackeverything #punk #metal #spokenword #indiefilm #radio #experimentallyill #samblackchurch #duncanwilderjohnson

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Experimentally ILL Radio 94 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 3/2/2016 Guest: Spoken Word Performer/Writer/Musician/Photographer/Filmmaker Duncan Wilder Johnson ( Thrashacusetts.com , DWJCreative.com ) returns for the one-on-one artist profile format to talk how he fell in love with punk rock and metal, the New England music and art scene, the death of Lemmy of Motörhead and performing at Boston’s “Lemmyfest” tribute show, photography, producing the band documentary “Leave Behind A Groove In The Earth: The Story Of Sam Black Church,” touring as a spoken word performer and opening for punk icons Marky Ramone of The Ramones, Jello Biafra of The Dead Kennedy’s and Jim Carrol (Author of “The Basket Ball Diaries”), his band “Destruct-A-Thon,” his painting collaborations, the search for happiness/mental health, family, politics and more!

Experimentally ILL Radio 93 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 1/11/2016 Guest: printmaker/filmmaker/actor “The Conecutter” @FrankKwiatkowski of The Kwiatkowski Press & the documentary “Insulin Uprising” talks diabetes, guerrilla street  art, traffic cone printmaking & more!

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Special thanks to printmaker/filmmaker/actor/vocalist – "The Cone-cutter" @frankkwiatkowski of The Kwiatkowski Press for an informative and entertaining three hour chat from Denver via Skype for I, #MikeOToole's #ExperimentallyILL #Radio #podcast artist profile series on 1/11/2016! Coming soon to http://ExperimentallyILL.com – on this episode 93 we talk Frank's iconic printmaking method of cutting designs into stolen orange road cones, printing the image onto discarded material like blue print paper and posting this art out on the street! As a type 1 diabetic, syringe symbols figure prominently into his work along with other sometimes satirical biographical and socio-political themes. We also talk his collaborations with #ReelGroovyFilms filmmaker John Hartman in shooting and co-producing his semi-autobiographical film "Cone-Cutter" and his acting in other films like Kung-Fu Hippie, Lost Soul and The Shackling (formerly Victor Has Been Shot) – where I met Frank and his photographer/filmmaker partner Tomas in Cambridge, MA while they were on a road trip from Denver to New York to compile interviews for a documentary they are creating on guerrilla artists – with additional material on diabetes. Frank shared his personal history with the ups and downs of the illness, coping with depression through art and fitness, his thoughts at large on the pharmaceutical system, class warfare, how "he has become the posterboy for syringes" and thus, beyond his control, the heroin-using community has embraced his art. On that note, he shares his painful experiences with friends and loved-ones affected by heroin – and emphasises the importance of clean needles. We also talk of his experience owning his own pedicab to make money to support his art habit – pasting his work outside the cab and selling prints to those who ride with him, clothing collaborations with a sexy seamstress muse, the evolution of "The Cone-Cutter" as an alter-ego super-hero character, and the real-life villains that have battled Frank The Prank on the streets of Denver, like the infamous pedicab driver known only as "Piss-Sandwich!" Visit http://thekwiatkowskipress.com & follow Frank on Instagram!

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Experimentally ILL Radio 92 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 12/25/2015 Guest: Ex-TV PA / Celeb Brand Man Sage talks Star Wars, Social Media and more ~ with interview/performance from singer/guitarist Dennis Roach from “AJ’s 8 Ball” featuring Mike & AJ 8

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Experimentally ILL Radio 91 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 12/16/2015 Guest: filmmaker/visual artist/writer/model/actress Geena Matuson talks her films, art, lucid dreaming, gender roles, penis envy, The Mighty Boosh and more! Visit GeenaMatuson.com

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ExperimentallyILL.com blog LINK: https://experimentallyill.wordpress.com/2016/01/31/experimentally-ill-radio-91-with-mikeotoole-experimentallyill-com-air-date-12162015-guest-filmmakervisual-artistwritermodelactress-geena-matuson –Such a fun and candid chat with filmmaker/visual artist/writer/model @geenamatuson on 12.16.2015 for this episode 91 of I, #MikeOToole's #ExperimentallyILL #Radio #podcast – on http://ExperimentallyILL.com and coming soon to the Stitcher Radio app! Talk of her films The Box, Ice Cream For Breakfast and My Big Bad Wolf, our acting in #ReelGroovyFilms "Victor Has Been Shot" (now called The Shackling) and the Retro Tube webseries, her modeling and visual collaborations with painter Pete Rogers, photography work on a calender, androgeny and gender roles, Freud and "penis envy," lucid dreaming, her interesting childhood interactions, funny, sexy stories, in addition to chatter surrounding #TheMightyBoosh, cartoons that give you seizures, weird things you can do with candy from the 1990's, pilgrim fashion trends and more! Check out her work at http://geenamatuson.com #geenamatuson #mikeotoole #screamqueens #fruitbythefoot #artfilm #indiefilm #artist #altmodel #hairmodel #allblackeverything #audiogear #podcastgear

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Experimentally ILL Radio 90 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 12/9/2015 Guest: filmmaker/musician/cartoonist James Bernardinelli, formerly of the band #UncleMonsterface and video editor and creator of supplemental content for the legendary #TromaFilms (creators of #TheToxicAvenger)

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12.9.2015 Special thanks to "special" guest filmmaker/musician/cartoonist James Bernardinelli, formerly of the band #UncleMonsterface and video editor and creator of supplemental content for the legendary #TromaFilms (creators of #TheToxicAvenger) for a stellar three hour chat via #Skype from Florida for my #ExperimentallyILL #Radio #podcast's #artist profile series! We talked his brand new Xmas album that is exclusively James scatting out versions of Holiday classics, sketch comedy, instrumental music (and played some songs), his influences like #DannyElfman, touring band history (on keytar for the multimedia experience that was Uncle Monsterface!), cartoons such as his Kingdom Rebels shorts which screened at the #TromaDance film festival and his #ToxicAvenger cartoon he voluntarily created after meeting Troma co-founder @LloydKaufman, which was included on official Troma DVDs available in stores, his work on the newton community television program The Top Shelf Variety Show (where I originally met him while doing camera work early in high school), his thoughts #mentalhealth, coping with bipolar disorder and the relationship between #mentalillness and being an #artist! All this and more coming soon to http://ExperimentallyILL.com – episode 90! Check out http://jimmyinacowboyhat.tumblr.com for his work! #redbull

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