Mark Whitney is creating Late Nite Last Week™
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I am the creator of Late Nite Last Week, the #1 rated political satire show on Apple Podcasts!

I have created many other things as well, including but not limited to: 'Fool For A Client' my award winning one-man political dramedy, which presents as stand-up comedy. I toured this show internationally for many years. A highlight of that effort was appearing on the cover of Story Magazine together with Russell Brand and Drew Carey. A short video clip of that profile is available here.

In 1999, I founded TheLaw.net Corporation, a legal research infomediary. In 1996 (aka pre-Google) I co-founded my first dot-com, an research company which revolutionized the contract recruiting industry. That company was recently acquired by ADP.

In 1988, I opened a chain of Ben & Jerry's stores all over New Hampshire. Unfortunately, since I provided the bank with a couple of tax returns that were not exactly what they appeared to be, in 1992, I was sentenced to three years in Federal prison. However, representing myself on appeal as a jailhouse lawyer with only a high school education, my term of imprisonment was declared
unconstitutional, and after serving just 15 months, then-Judge Stephen Breyer (now Justice Stephen Breyer of U.S. Supreme Court fame) ordered my immediate release. (For the whole story watch 'Fool For A Client')

In 1996, I was the only U.S. citizen to independently sue the United States with an eye toward ending the unconstitutional participation of U.S. Armed Forces in the Libyan Civil War.

Prior to launching LNLW on January 4, 2016, I created three failed podcasts. ('Failed' in the sense that despite my hard work, basically nobody listened.)

LNLW represents the intersection of what I want to deconstruct and what throngs of independent thinkers want to hear. I personally produce, write, and host approximately 45 shows a year.

Each episode of LNLW takes at least 40 hours of my time to produce.

The show represents the aggregate of YOU, combined with my desire to be original, my mastery of industry leading hardware and software, the thought-provoking power of great storytelling and joke-writing when combined with deep-research, my quarter century of studying the constitution and U.S. law, a decade of successfully producing, writing and performing more than 1,000 live-audience performances, and, of course, unfettered access to the near-free global distribution system we call the Internet.

Thank you very much for making it this far and a special thank you for your generosity in supporting the show, which is totally unique and independent! To reach out write to [email protected].
Robert McKee Profiles Mark Whitney from Mark Whitney on Vimeo.


Rewards
BE A PRODUCER! SIS BOOM BAA!
$5 or more per month
For less than a dollar-a-holler, the reward is we self-sustain and keep rollin'! Thank you!
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'SIS BOOM BAA!'
Late Nite Last Week™ covers all costs @ $5000 a month (including rent, my associate producer who records the dozens of hours of raw audio for me to edit, various subscriptions, and other expenses.) I've covered these expenses for two years out of personal resources. However, as we approach 100 episodes, the quality of the show is at a point where I feel comfortable asking for your support. Will it be 1,000 listeners @ $5 a month? 100 listeners @ $50 a month. How will this happen? Will be fun to find out! ~Mark Whitney, Sis Boom Baa LLC
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I am the creator of Late Nite Last Week, the #1 rated political satire show on Apple Podcasts!

I have created many other things as well, including but not limited to: 'Fool For A Client' my award winning one-man political dramedy, which presents as stand-up comedy. I toured this show internationally for many years. A highlight of that effort was appearing on the cover of Story Magazine together with Russell Brand and Drew Carey. A short video clip of that profile is available here.

In 1999, I founded TheLaw.net Corporation, a legal research infomediary. In 1996 (aka pre-Google) I co-founded my first dot-com, an research company which revolutionized the contract recruiting industry. That company was recently acquired by ADP.

In 1988, I opened a chain of Ben & Jerry's stores all over New Hampshire. Unfortunately, since I provided the bank with a couple of tax returns that were not exactly what they appeared to be, in 1992, I was sentenced to three years in Federal prison. However, representing myself on appeal as a jailhouse lawyer with only a high school education, my term of imprisonment was declared
unconstitutional, and after serving just 15 months, then-Judge Stephen Breyer (now Justice Stephen Breyer of U.S. Supreme Court fame) ordered my immediate release. (For the whole story watch 'Fool For A Client')

In 1996, I was the only U.S. citizen to independently sue the United States with an eye toward ending the unconstitutional participation of U.S. Armed Forces in the Libyan Civil War.

Prior to launching LNLW on January 4, 2016, I created three failed podcasts. ('Failed' in the sense that despite my hard work, basically nobody listened.)

LNLW represents the intersection of what I want to deconstruct and what throngs of independent thinkers want to hear. I personally produce, write, and host approximately 45 shows a year.

Each episode of LNLW takes at least 40 hours of my time to produce.

The show represents the aggregate of YOU, combined with my desire to be original, my mastery of industry leading hardware and software, the thought-provoking power of great storytelling and joke-writing when combined with deep-research, my quarter century of studying the constitution and U.S. law, a decade of successfully producing, writing and performing more than 1,000 live-audience performances, and, of course, unfettered access to the near-free global distribution system we call the Internet.

Thank you very much for making it this far and a special thank you for your generosity in supporting the show, which is totally unique and independent! To reach out write to [email protected].
Robert McKee Profiles Mark Whitney from Mark Whitney on Vimeo.


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Rewards
BE A PRODUCER! SIS BOOM BAA!
$5 or more per month
For less than a dollar-a-holler, the reward is we self-sustain and keep rollin'! Thank you!