Ever listen to Loveline on KROQ? Remember the show’s original host, Poorman? Well Poorman has a new radio show now, called Luv Chat. And I’m going to be on it tonight! I hope I’m not a total disaster. The two hour Internet radio show is from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. PST. You can listen through your computer by visiting LuvChat.com. You will need Adobe Acrobat for it to work.
We’re going to talk about saving money, relationships and where those two topics collide. Please call into the show at 714-786-6832 if you have a love/money question.
UPDATE POST SHOW: Being on Luv Chat with Poorman was one of the most bizarre experiences I have ever had. I guess I should have done more research before hand, because I had no idea what I was getting into.
The show was shot in the living room of a large duplex right on the beach in Southern California. I can’t imagine how much it must cost to live there. A few thousand a month? Poorman sat behind a desk and his guests sat nearby in chairs. Camerman. Lights. Basic talk show set up. But in his living room. I could see his kitchen from where I sat. I suppose that is all not so unusual in this day and age of homemade “TV shows” and YouTube channels.
The weird part was Poorman. He was sweaty and his skin was pale and he was having the worst hair day in decades. Maybe it was a wig? He seemed on edge and like he was having fun, all at the same time.
It only got weirder. Guess what his sponsor was? Some kind of drink that makes your man parts bigger. I mean, seriously. A product I have never seen for sale and never seen again since I was on the set of Poorman’s show.
The saddest part was that when it came to the interview. He didn’t seem prepared. His main guest was a teenager who had recently made a video that went viral on YouTube. Poorman was excited to have him on because he figured the teens’ fans would follow the “star” on his own show. But his questions rambled, some of them the teen had to ask to repeat because it was unclear what Poorman was asking.
I had to wait until the very end of the show to field questions about my site. My face sure was sore from smiling from so long. Lesson learned: next time you go on somebody’s show, research it first! And don’t be afraid to say, no thank you.