Guys With Issues Episode 02. This weeks the Guys with Issues talk Superbowl Shenanigans from the game itself, to our favorite commercials, as well as our reaction to Madonna and company in the half time show! We also talk about University of Hawaii’s porn site controversy, George Clooney’s awesome look alike, and we ask each other what we would do if we won 1 million dollars. The answers will shock you! Plus, an elephant rapes a woman. Finally, this week we have special guest Paul Kane joining in on the fun on Fantasy Island. Fantasy Island accommodations are courtesy of Bruce Fisher and Hawaii-Aloha.com
Guys With Issues Episode 01. In this episode the Guys tackle current event topics like Drinking behind the Wheel of Fortune, National Good Day Day, Beauty and The Seal, and Whip Cream Exhaustion. Join the MarsComedy fun with James Mane, Russell Kealoha, Peter Austin, and Jonny Sparkles on Fantasy Island courtesy of Bruce Fisher and Hawaii-Aloha.com
Who is Russel Kealoha? Most of you who read this probably have a good idea who he is. Some of you know him personally and can barely stand to be near me. Jerks. Russel is a lot of things but, to sum it up in just a page isn’t fair. He is a Tech Geek. Movie Buff. Beer Lover. Blog Writer. Music enthusiast. Full time thinker. Part time forgetter and of course a very large comedian.
James Mane is an American Samoan born comedian, writer, and actor who hosts the Guys With Issues Podcast as well as many comedy showcases in Hawaii for MarsComedy. James has been doing stand up comedy in Hawaii since 2009 and has worked with many national headliners such as Ahmed Ahmed, Andy Bumatai, Bret Ernst, Cort McCown, Dante, Dat Phan, Eliot Chang, Graham Elwood, Jay Davis, Jay Phillips, Joey Medina, Ryan Stout, Steve Byrne, and Steve-O. A former collegiate football player James is now a city bus driver, a single father, and a soccer mom for his daughter’s soccer team. James’ witty and off the wall outlook on life paired with his likable but edgy delivery makes him a comic to look out for in the next few years.