When Washington Post columnist, MSNBC host and friend Jonathan Capehart suggests that you and his friend Paul Chamberlain would have a great conversation on a new podcast, an intelligent person would take his word for it. 

Jonathan connected Paul and me via email about a month ago, and I immediately knew this podcast would be special, particularly with a name like Smart, Funny, Tortured. Paul’s angle was to have deep and candid conversations with creatives about “when they broke down, broke through and how they peacefully(ish) coexist with their gifts.” 

I’ve had a great time on several podcasts over the years, and Smart, Funny, Tortured is no exception. With Paul, however, I went places I’ve never gone in an interview before, and I’m rather proud of the result. I’m grateful to Jonathan for making the connection and honored that Paul had me as his first guest. 

This little blog, my social media nonsense and my occasional podcast runs on elbow grease, midnight oil and the occasional bad idea. Access is totally free. Any help you can give so I can continue to produce content and keep the lights on would be immensely appreciated. Thank you so much!!!

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  1. Meredith Rutledge Reply

    just listened to smart funny tortured, great job, george. best to you always! meredith rutledge ❤️❤️❤️

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