Excellent write-up in response to me being perma banner on Facebook and Instagram.
My civil liberties have been usurped by big tech monopoly scum!
Thank you so very much @lauraloomer for always having my back — you’re a true friend and patriot 👍👌 #OKLOOMER #banned #trump2020
Bobby Pickles embeds himself in a group of Proud Boys at the RVA (Richmond Virginia) Pro-2nd Amendment Rally on (MLK Day) Monday, January 20th 2020 at the Virginia Capital. Alex Jones goes on an epic rant. All of the InfoWars Team is there. FULL DOCUMENTARY
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INDEPENDENT GONZO JOURNALIST BOBBY PICKLES GOES INCONGRINGO W/ F L.A. PROUD BOYS AT THE 2019 ORLANDO WOMEN'S MARCH.
Checkout this week's Episode of Bobby Pickles' Podcast, feat. Roger Stone!
What's up, Listeners! I, Robert Piccirillo AKA "Bobby Pickles" AM BACK! I never really went anywhere. I was aways around, although, on a bit of a hiatus ever since my father passed away of glioblastoma (the same form of brain cancer, which recently took the life of Arizona Senator John McCaine). And, now that Dying Scene Radio (the podcast I hosted during said hiatus) is officially dead, along with that entire stupid "punk rock" scene, I'm ready to continue on with what I love — PODCASTING! We were thinking about starting an entirely new show with a new name, but fate intervened. A brand new sitcom on the Showtime cable network, starring Jim Carrey, has emerged, and there are key elements about the main character that are eerily similar to the life and name of yours truly. Albeit, whoever developed said character somehow stole my likeness: from the legal surname of the character that Mr. Carrey portrays, to the nom de plum his character uses on stage, to the alliteration in the title of that character's "show", to the apostrophe at the end of the "S" (that only an English major, such as myself, would know to do grammatically) — IT IS UNQUESTIONABLY EVIDENT!! I've never known another "Piccirillo" with the moniker of "Pickles". Nobody in may family uses that monicker, not even "PAPA" who is my namesake. Plus, not all families with the surname "Piccirillo" pronounce the name like we do. I've been to Italy. It's pronounced "Pitch-irillo", not "Pick-irillo". We americanized it. I can honestly say that I have never ever EVER known another human person with my same surname being called "Pickles". That's a pseudonym that was given to me genuinely while living in NYC, somewhere around 2010. Prior to this, my nickname was "Rob The Wop". (More on that later). I was a really early adopter of podcasting, and was at it basically before anybody else. Period. I got my start while living in Tampa, Florida and working for a community radio station called WMNF. (Here's some of my past radio work). I covered local news with a station-provided field recorder, which I stole when I moved to NYC. (I know I'm scum, okay, but I'm just being honest). In Florida, while still working at WMNF, I sometimes recorded my friends partying and having ridiculous conversations, and I would put it all together and distribute the mp3s via email, just for my own personal fun. After relocating to The Big City, I started interviewing various people I found interesting. The first episode of "Bobby Pickles' Podcast" dropped on December 3rd 2012. The show is well documented: in 2013, I appeared on the TLC reality series "America's Worst Tattoos", bringing along my trusty stolen field recorder and interviewing the talented tattooer who blessed me with my awesome coverup (bye bye "Rob The Wop" tattoo). It's all there crystal clear within the first ten minutes of episode 10, season 1 of that show. I even wore a "Bobby Pickles" T-SHIrT on TV! And, MY Stage Name is even listed on IMDb. And, lastly, the actual podcast episode associated with the TLC episode, can be found here. Anyways, not to go off on too much of a tangent, but the long and short of it is this: BOBBY PICKLES' PODCAST IS BACK AND IN FULL EFFECT!!! My likeness and mark of trade will not be taken in vain. And, I AM "Not Kidding". (Pun intended).
P.S. — The writers even plagiarized my stupid hair! (Checkout the comparison photo above). Whoever stole my likeness and used me as a character for Jim Carrey's monumentally uncreative show, is a TALENTLESS HACK! I deserve at the very least, a writing credit, and an apology. I mean, I understand linear thinking and the universal consciousness and everything, but HOLY SHIT, you cannot convince me that somebody didn't totally plagiarize my identity.
(SIDE NOTE): On a recent podcast (1:03:00), Pauly Shore discussed how Jim Carrey used elements of Pauly's persona and family business (The Comedy Store) in characters and storylines of another Showtime sitcom, produced by the same company that robbed me. Entitled, "I'm Dying Up Here" — a now cancelled (after only two seasons) television series "created" by David Flebotte — the show serves as proof that these criminals are repeat offenders who "create" composite characters based on real people.
Although BPP has not really been active over the last couple of years due to Bobby's involvement in Dying Scene Radio, Bobby would like to thank all the people who continue to download past episodes. Maybe someday we'll be back! Until then, adios.
Boston sales genius, Rob McManus, explains the two different methods in the Art of Sales: 1) Build Rapport and Fact-Find; 2) Pitch, Objection, Scenario, Cost Analysis - the four main objectives in the art of selling. In this video, Rob teaches the basics of selling, so that anybody can close the deal and get that pesky sales manager off their back. Do you want to eat this week? THEN WATCH IT NOW!
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I never won a Pulitzer.