Ep. 11 Ben Bryant – Tennis
Schooling Noah w/Aaron Maslow and a Special Guest is happy to play a quick match against tennis expert and all-around hot shot, Ben Bryant. Ben spent most of his youth learning the game of tennis and then went on to college to play. When he didn’t make the team, he decided to do what generations of other collegians have done before him; attempt to pay vast amounts of student loan debt they incurred by teaching. Ben is a tennis coach, and, by all accounts, an expert of the game. He is here to instruct Noah and Aaron the fundamentals of a sport that old, rich white people love to play.
Some of the back-and-forth on this episode includes topics like: Noah‘s birthday, John McEnroe–pro or against? Who is easier to teach tennis to; a three-year-old or an old person? What would it be like if this podcast were Ice Cream Social? Today you’ll meet Noah‘s phonics teacher and a German scientist. What’s Detroit getting that no one else has? Clay tennis courts. Christmas. The best tennis player in the world. All this and more. Yes, much, much more. Right here on Schooling Noah w/Aaron Maslow and a Special Guest, Ben Bryant.
Ben Bryant teaches tennis but is also a burgeoning comedian. He is active all over the Rocky Mountain West and if you’re interested in laughing until your hernia surgery fails, you can find him hosting shows like Guest List (the 1 year anniversary album is available at Bandcamp) or recording podcasts like Ebert Test Live at the Comedy Room Room or making videos at his YouTube channel, Middlename. You can follow him on Twitter, too: @BensBryant. He’s great and he needs you to tell him so.