Alternative To Sleeping Interview With David Liebe Hart

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  • Alternative To Sleeping Interview With David Liebe Hart

    I had the chance to speak with David Liebe Hart (from Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! and various other Tim and Eric-related projects) last Thursday on my show, Alternative to Sleeping. The main focus of the conversation was about his Kickstarter campaign, where he’s trying to raise money to record a punk album.

    David went into great detail about some recent tragedies, including the death of his sister and a fire in his kitchen the week before Christmas. Also, Tim and Eric won’t give him one of his puppets back if he doesn’t give them $500.

    As part of his Kickstarter, rewards for donating include autographs, commissioned songs and drawings, and for $500, he will, “come to your house and perform for you and your friends.”

    For a mere $60, you can have some of his old clothes…including some of his old underwear. “But it wouldn’t be as a sexual thing, it would be for them to have as a sentimental thing. I’m trying to set a good example for our youth.”

    On his Tumblr page, David has a few videos where he’s performing his new punk songs, including, “La Rent Doesn’t Want Me To Look At Porn.”

    He welcomes people to commission him to do a painting or a drawing for them, and if you bring him a used computer, one that is a 2009, 2010, or 2011, and preferably, “an Apple or something that is a good quality computer,” he will give you 10 different autographed albums and 10 different autographed pictures.

    Among other things, he’s upset that Tim and Eric have not called him about season 3 of “Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule,” despite being promised, and that it, “was very cheap and rude of (his) uncle Danny,” for saying that he was begging by asking for help.

    Listen to the full interview here.

    What do you think?