Alameda, California native, devout athiest, Nathan Cain, joins Zig on Comfortably Zoned Radio, to discuss his [non] belief system. Topics of discussion include, life in a small northern California town, and the legalization of medical weed.
Comfortably Zoned Radio’s Zig, joins YouTube talk show host, Connecticut’s Tony De Angelo, and former child actor in Bad News Bears/candidate for the California State Senate in Ventura County, David Pollock, for a fun episode.
Comfortably Zoned Radio’s, Brother Scott, and Zig, discuss the ramifications of Bernie Sanders decision, to run for Prsident. Topics of discussion, include, Hillary Clinton, and Elizabeth Warren.
Matthew Silverman, author of Swinging ’73; Baseball’s Wildest Season, returns to Comfortably Zoned Radio. Topics of discussion include, the ’73 World Series, Ron Blomberg, the current Mets, Fritz Peterson’s upcoming movie, and Baseball uniform numbers.
Brother Scott returns to Comfortably Zoned Radio, and shares stories of his recent visit to Viet Nam, and Cambodia. Topics include, “surviving driving”… both there, and here.
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Zig, and Baseball Book Maven, Ron Kaplan, of baseballbookshelf.com, discuss their passion, on Comfortably Zoned Radio. Subjects include, “Willie’s Time,” by Charles Einstein, and Marty Appel’s terrific book, Pinstripe Empire, now available in a children’s edition.
Zig welcomes back Pizza King, and drug maven/dealer, Michael ‘Rocky’ Grunner, to Comfortably Zoned Radio. Topics include, Weed, Comedy, and New York Pizza.
Zig, and Comfortably Zoned Radio, attend a Book Signing at Books Inc., in Alameda, California, for Steve Kettman’s, “MAVERICK- How Sandy Alderson Reoloutionized Baseball and Revived the Mets”