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Dennis Swanberg: "The Man Code"

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If laughter is truly the best medicine, then Dennis Swanberg, Dennis Swanberg, author of The Man Code is America's "Minister of Encouragement" and is just what the doctor ordered. With his down-home charm and heaping helping of hospitality, this Austin, Texas born pastor-turned-comedian has won the hearts of audiences across the country. Raised in what he calls a "mostly blue-collar, but sometimes ring-around-the collar" family during the fifties, that old black and white television in the corner of the living room became an important part of making Swanberg the success he is today. "Most moms yell at kids to go outside and play", he remembers with a laugh, "My mom would say, 'you sit there and watch that television - your daddy worked so hard for it!'" her "encouragement's" paid off. One of the first voices the future impersonator nailed as a child was his television hero, Barney Fife, from "The Andy Griffith Show." You can find him at www.dennisswanberg.com/.

Get ready for some chuckles as he talks with Nate, Aaron, and Mondo.

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