Hi. I’m Chase. I started the Stay at Home Dadcast back in September of 2011 because there is a very narrow selection of podcasts about being a dad and hardly any at all about being one that stays at home. There is a difference between being a stay at home dad and being a dad who is unemployed and who also gave up on looking for employment. The line between the two is often blurred and as I type this sentence I wonder what I’m getting at and why I would include these thoughts in my podcast description in the first place. 
The Stay at Home Dadcast is a comedy podcast about parenting hosted by a real life stay at home dad. Think of it as an audio exposition on parenting that is frequently interrupted by my kids.
Look, I am passionate about podcasts and even though I’m currently using a broken headset, a microphone from my son’s Rock Band game, and an old pair of nylons stretched over a coat hanger for my pop screen filter, I  will keep making episodes and book entertaining and interesting guests.
I hope my excitement for this podcast is contagious just enough that others would see the benefit, enjoy it, and share it with others. 
Recent guests have included Hal Rukel, author of  “Scream Free Parenting,” Eli Braden (Howard Stern Show), Greg Behrendt (He’s Just Not That Into You, Comedy Central), and John Ross Bowie (Big Bang Theory, Glee).
A little Bit About Myself.
I am the internet’s only comedy writing, podcasting, stay-at-home-dad - presumably.I have had had jokes featured in the nationally published celebrity gossip magazine Life&Style, and have been a contributing writer for the podcasting network Earwolf and Laughspin.com (formerly Punchline Magazine.)
At home I am often referred to as Husband or Dad, probably on account of having a wife for 13 years and four children.
My comedic sensibility has been described as bitingly sarcastic. I’m not sure if I agree with that but I’m pretty sure that “bitingly” isn’t a real word.

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