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CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast
Which Starting Pitchers Are Still Available for the Chicago White Sox? | CHGO White Sox Podcast

CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 65:29


With Mike Clevinger currently being investigated by MLB under their Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Child Abuse policy with the MLBPA, what remaining options could fill out the Sox rotation? Also, The Athletic graded each MLB club's offseason. The White Sox were the only team to receive an F. Join Herb Lawrence, Vinnie Duber and Sean Anderson as they discuss on the CHGO White Sox Live Podcast. TIMESTAMPS 2:35 - White Sox make organizational changes with their minor league/development staff 3:49 - CHGO White Sox twitter getting love from Tom Crean 8:41 - Former White Sox Mark Payton & Matt Davidson playing in Japan now 12:40 - History of nepotism within the White Sox organization & not drafting current Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Alek Thomas 18:48 - With Mike Clevinger situation still up in the air, which free agent pitcher should the White Sox look to sign (Keuchel, Wacha, Archer, Bundy, etc.) 38:23 - Would Jimmy Lambert or Garrett Crochet be an option the 5th starter? 44:16 - Davis Martin had a pretty good year in 2022 for a relative unknown and could be an option for MLB starting pitching depth 44:56 - Chris Getz says that there are plenty of options and starting pitching depth heading into Spring Training (minor league signings) 55:30 - Will the White Sox use Garrett Crochet as a reliever or a starter?   BUY WHITE SOX TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941... TAILGATE WITH US: https://bit.ly/3SRS03z  SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CHGOSports ALL THINGS CHGO: https://linktr.ee/chgosports  WEBSITE: http://allCHGO.com/ BUY MERCH:  http://CHGOLocker.com  FOLLOW ON SOCIAL:  Twitter: @CHGO_Sports Instagram: @CHGO_Sports Use Code: CHGO for 50% off 2 or more pairs at https://ShadyRays.com - Buy One, Get One Free. Check out pinsandaces.com and use code CHGO to receive 15% off your first order and get free shipping. GET OUR FREE NEWSLETTER:  http://www.allchgo.com/newsletter Check out FOCO for merch and collectibles here https://foco.vegb.net/CHGO and use promo code “CHGO” for 10% off your order on all non Pre Order items. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Just visit https://athleticgreens.com/CHGOSox Visit https://dkng.co/chgo to sign up for DraftKings Sportsbook using the code “CHGO” If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MD/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MD/MI /NJ/ NY//PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. VOID IN OH/ONT. Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 bet. Promo code req. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Free Bets are non-cashable and cannot be withdrawn. Free bets must be wagered 1x and stake is not included in any returns or winnings. Free Bets expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. Promotional offer period ends 2/12/23 at 11:59:59 PM ET. See terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/footballterms When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. #WhiteSox #ChicagoWhiteSox #ChangeTheGame Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

True Crime XS
Season Four - Genesis Part Three (01.27.23)

True Crime XS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 57:41


Please think about leaving us a review or rating on your favorite podcast app!This podcast was made possible by www.labrottiecreations.com Check out their merchandise and specifically their fun pop pet art custom pieces made from photos of your very on pets. Use the promo code CRIMEXS for 20% off a fun, brightly colored, happy piece of art of your own pet at their site.Music in this episode was licensed for True Crime XS. Our theme song today is Indestructible by Noah Smith. Additional Music is Carry Me by Mikey Geiger.You can reach us at our website truecrimexs.com and you can leave us a voice message at 252-365-5593. Find us most anywhere with @truecrimexsThanks for listening. Please like and subscribe if you want to hear more and you can come over to patreon.com/truecrimexs and check out what we've got going on there if you'd like to donate to fund future True Crime XS road trip investigations and FOIA requests. We also have some merchandise up at Teepublic http://tee.pub/lic/mZUXW1MOYxMSources:www.namus.govwww.thecharleyproject.comwww.newspapers.comFindlaw.comVarious News Sources Mentioned by Name

All Horror Radio
Stalking: Types, Technology, and How to Keep Yourself Safe

All Horror Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 78:46


For this episode, Robin covers stalking - the different types, statistics, motivators, as well as the technology used and methods you can use to keep yourself safe. ---------------------------------------------Email us and share your personal story: info@wesawthedevil.comWebsite: http://www.wesawthedevil.com Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/wesawthedevil Discord: https://discord.gg/X2qYXdB4Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WeSawtheDevil Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wesawthedevilpodcast--------------------------------------------- We would like to thank our Executive Producers: Angelle BBrittany HWannabe SleuthBren W Emalie SYlana Dawn MFaye SChristy KAshley MShawna Cristi RIris DSRobinMaureen

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast

Ant, Russ, and Bundy discuss the Flyers' loss to the Wild, struggles with overtime, similarities to Vancouver, and more. The guys also reflect on Ant's recent post about "The Network" and why the team continues getting stuck in hockey purgatory. Plus, words of encouragement and quick thoughts on the Eagles-49ers matchup. Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel here. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/snowthegoalie Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @AntSanPhilly @JoyOnBroad @Ctherien6 @SnowTheGoalie Join the Snow The Goalie Twitter Community here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cascadia Crime & Cryptids
Episode 54: The Victims of Ted Bundy, Part 3

Cascadia Crime & Cryptids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 107:31


Part 3 of Sara's Bundy series brings us to Florida, and the horrific crimes Bundy committed there.  More importantly, this final episode of the Bundy series finally sees Bundy charged with murder, and his time finally runs out.   The series Caro mentions when discussing bite mark evidence is called "The Innocence Files" and is available to stream on Netflix. Sources https://www.britannica.com/biography/Ted-Bundy https://www.biography.com/news/ted-bundy-timeline-murders https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a27179474/ted-bundy-girlfriend-elizabeth-kendall-kloepfer/ https://hiimted.blog/sherrods-1978/ https://thirdhour.org/blog/life/latter-day-saints/ted-bundy-and-the-truth-about-his-church-membership/ https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/what-was-ted-bundys-childhood-like https://heavy.com/entertainment/2019/01/diane-edwards-ted-bundy-girlfriend-now/ https://charleyproject.org/case/vicki-lynn-hollar https://www.newspapers.com/image/230260182/?terms=Bundy&match=1 https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.950834665030913&type=3 https://www.gvnews.com/news/local/georgann-hawkins-died-at-the-hands-of-ted-bundy-but/article_f8cc5a4c-f103-11e3-8e31-0019bb2963f4.html https://web.archive.org/web/20120415110917/http://davisclipper.com/view/full_story/149302/article-When-evil-walked-our-streets https://www.wired.com/story/dna-crime-solving-is-still-new-yet-it-may-have-gone-too-far/ https://web.archive.org/web/20130917135008/https://www.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=3683 https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=eGVYAAAAIBAJ&pg=6712,6268452&hl=en https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1298&dat=19690603&id=U_JNAAAAIBAJ&pg=6375,3558590 https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-1989-01-24-8901040963-story.html https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=336&dat=19750120&id=89JSAAAAIBAJ&pg=3681,3961866 https://web.archive.org/web/20060621144017/http://tedbundy.com/errata/freebies/Ted%20Bundy%20Multiagency%20Investigative%20Team%20Report%201992%20from%20tedbundy.com.pdf https://www.oxygen.com/true-crime-buzz/what-does-ted-bundy-victim-karen-sparks-believe-kept-her-alive https://int-missing.fandom.com/wiki/Donna_Manson https://hiimted.blog/case-file-donna-gail-manson-1974/ https://www.yakimaherald.com/news/local/happened/it-happened-here-missing-cwu-student-a-victim-of-ted/article_6bda4c42-e02f-5edd-8902-79c0bba28c7e.html https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/04/25/ted-bundy-the-cases-susan-elaine-rancourt/ https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/04/ted-bundy-the-cases-roberta-kathleen-parks/ https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/11/ted-bundy-the-cases-brenda-carol-ball/ https://criminalmisconduct.blogspot.com/2018/07/remembering-janice-ott-and-denise.html https://www.tumblr.com/horrendouscrimes/635593196064342016/the-abduction-and-murders-of-janice-ott-and-denise https://thisinterestsme.com/janice-ott-denise-naslund/ https://charleyproject.org/case/nancy-wilcox https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/18/bundy-nancy-wilcox-confessed/ https://www.deseret.com/1990/7/1/18869477/victim-s-family-lays-hope-and-grief-to-rest-in-empty-grave https://hiimted.blog/tag/melissa-smith/ https://oddstops.com/location.php?id=27 https://thisinterestsme.com/laura-ann-aime/ https://hiimted.blog/case-file-debra-jean-kent-1974/ https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/debra-kent-victim-ted-bundy-admitted-taking-back-to-his-home https://www.wesawthedevil.com/all-episodes/otd-caryn-campbell https://apps.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=2421 https://www.westword.com/news/a-forgotten-vail-murder-victim-julie-cunningham-killed-by-ted-bundy-5837729 https://apps.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=2521 https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/08/06/ted-bundy-case-closed-colorado-victim-denise-oliverson/1939748001/ https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/22/bundy-lynette-culver-confessed/ https://www.idahopress.com/news/state/bench-dedicated-in-memory-of-local-girl-who-went-missing-in-1975/article_e3582b30-e784-5f74-af4d-f32181eec2d4.html https://charleyproject.org/case/susan-curtis https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/23/bundy-sue-curtis-confessed/ https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ted-bundy-serial-killer-survivor-stories/ https://oddstops.com/location.php?id=46 https://www.newspapers.com/image/491815876/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVythFxP8rQ&list=PLB2OP6yGC2eltMT9Po7leF4SFOtNVZD26&index=5 Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes - Netflix Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer - Amazon The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy - Elizabeth Kendall and Molly Kendall

It's Not Just In Your Head
#124: Who is more mentally ill, Bundy or Bezos? (ft. Joel Stern)

It's Not Just In Your Head

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 54:03


Joel Stern, a well-read acquaintance of Harriet's, brings some perspectives and critiques of the psych field - though by his own admission he has no professional background in Psychiatry, Psychotherapy etc - he nevertheless instigates a very lively discussion regarding the conception of mental health/illness and an extended debate around the anti-psychiatry position (and the stigma that that can also cause). Ikoi offers a series of very well measured counter arguments - medication is not a cure but a symptom management tool. References: "The benefit from therapy versus therapy plus medication was identical": https://www.madinamerica.com/2022/09/dilemma-placebo-psychiatry/ 'In 2011, Thomas Insel, director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) from 2002-2015, acknowledged: “Whatever we've been doing for five de­cades, it ain't working. And when I look at the numbers—the number of sui­cides, number of disabilities, mortality data—it's abysmal, and it's not getting any better.”': https://www.counterpunch.org/2022/09/09/what-liberal-admonishers-of-left-psychiatry-critics-get-wrong/ "Psychiatry's definition of a mental disorder/illness is so wide that it embraces virtually every significant problem of thinking, feeling, and/or behaving, and psychiatry uses this definition to spuriously medicalize a growing range of problems that are not medical in nature.": https://www.madinamerica.com/2019/04/in-defense-of-anti-psychiatry/ Psychiatry: The Science of Lies by Thomas Szasz: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4955102-psychiatry Brain Disabling Treatments in Psychiatry: Drugs, Electroshock & the Psychopharmaceutical Complex: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3707139-brain-disabling-treatments-in-psychiatry -- Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/itsnotjustinyourhead Email us with feedback, questions, suggestions at itsnotjustinyourhead@gmail.com. -- Harriet's other shows: WBAI Interpersonal Update (Wednesdays): https://wbai.org/program.php?program=431 Capitalism Hits Home: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPJpiw1WYdTNYvke-gNRdml1Z2lwz0iEH -- ATTENTION! This is a Boring Dystopia/Obligatory 'don't sue us' message: This podcast provides numerous different perspectives and criticisms of the mental health space, however, it should not be considered medical advice. Please consult your medical professional with regards to any health decisions or management. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsnotjustinyourhead/message

Ten Cent Beer Life
Ten Cent Milk Life

Ten Cent Beer Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 60:43


The guys talk Milk, Diabetes and Playoff football Like Rate and Review on iTunes! Follow us @tencentbeerlife on all social media. Email the show at tencentbeerlife@gmail.com Sponsored By: Jenkins Insurance in Tallmadge Ohio/ Drop D Pics Music: Switchblade by Bundy and the Spins --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tencentbeerlife/message

Covenant Church Doylestown Sermons
Discipleship Rhythms: The Need For Daily Worship | Josh Bundy

Covenant Church Doylestown Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 35:54


This week Pastor Josh dives into the human need for daily worship and what that looks like for followers of Jesus.

Documentales Sonoros
Monstruos invisibles : Atrápame si puedes (1978-1979) · Tormenta mediática (1979-1982)

Documentales Sonoros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 92:57


Los cinco juegan al gato y al ratón con las fuerzas del orden con una creciente seguridad en sí mismos. Algunos llegan incluso a burlarse abiertamente de la policía y los medios de comunicación.Gacy y Bundy acaban finalmente ante la justicia; el Asesino de Green River se convierte en una gran amenaza; Dahmer lucha por resistir sus impulsos asesinos; y BTK también ha dejado de actuar.

Cascadia Crime & Cryptids
Episode 53: The Victims of Ted Bundy, Part 2

Cascadia Crime & Cryptids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 108:10


Part 2 of Sara's Bundy series takes us out of the PNW and into Idaho, Utah, and Colorado where Ted continues his murder spree, makes headlines, and winds up behind bars - more than once.  Sources https://www.britannica.com/biography/Ted-Bundy https://www.biography.com/news/ted-bundy-timeline-murders https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a27179474/ted-bundy-girlfriend-elizabeth-kendall-kloepfer/ https://hiimted.blog/sherrods-1978/ https://thirdhour.org/blog/life/latter-day-saints/ted-bundy-and-the-truth-about-his-church-membership/ https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/what-was-ted-bundys-childhood-like https://heavy.com/entertainment/2019/01/diane-edwards-ted-bundy-girlfriend-now/ https://charleyproject.org/case/vicki-lynn-hollar https://www.newspapers.com/image/230260182/?terms=Bundy&match=1 https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.950834665030913&type=3 https://www.gvnews.com/news/local/georgann-hawkins-died-at-the-hands-of-ted-bundy-but/article_f8cc5a4c-f103-11e3-8e31-0019bb2963f4.html https://web.archive.org/web/20120415110917/http://davisclipper.com/view/full_story/149302/article-When-evil-walked-our-streets https://www.wired.com/story/dna-crime-solving-is-still-new-yet-it-may-have-gone-too-far/ https://web.archive.org/web/20130917135008/https://www.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=3683 https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=eGVYAAAAIBAJ&pg=6712,6268452&hl=en https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1298&dat=19690603&id=U_JNAAAAIBAJ&pg=6375,3558590 https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-1989-01-24-8901040963-story.html https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=336&dat=19750120&id=89JSAAAAIBAJ&pg=3681,3961866 https://web.archive.org/web/20060621144017/http://tedbundy.com/errata/freebies/Ted%20Bundy%20Multiagency%20Investigative%20Team%20Report%201992%20from%20tedbundy.com.pdf https://www.oxygen.com/true-crime-buzz/what-does-ted-bundy-victim-karen-sparks-believe-kept-her-alive https://int-missing.fandom.com/wiki/Donna_Manson https://hiimted.blog/case-file-donna-gail-manson-1974/ https://www.yakimaherald.com/news/local/happened/it-happened-here-missing-cwu-student-a-victim-of-ted/article_6bda4c42-e02f-5edd-8902-79c0bba28c7e.html https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/04/25/ted-bundy-the-cases-susan-elaine-rancourt/ https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/04/ted-bundy-the-cases-roberta-kathleen-parks/ https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/11/ted-bundy-the-cases-brenda-carol-ball/ https://criminalmisconduct.blogspot.com/2018/07/remembering-janice-ott-and-denise.html https://www.tumblr.com/horrendouscrimes/635593196064342016/the-abduction-and-murders-of-janice-ott-and-denise https://thisinterestsme.com/janice-ott-denise-naslund/ https://charleyproject.org/case/nancy-wilcox https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/18/bundy-nancy-wilcox-confessed/ https://www.deseret.com/1990/7/1/18869477/victim-s-family-lays-hope-and-grief-to-rest-in-empty-grave https://hiimted.blog/tag/melissa-smith/ https://oddstops.com/location.php?id=27 https://thisinterestsme.com/laura-ann-aime/ https://hiimted.blog/case-file-debra-jean-kent-1974/ https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/debra-kent-victim-ted-bundy-admitted-taking-back-to-his-home https://www.wesawthedevil.com/all-episodes/otd-caryn-campbell https://apps.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=2421 https://www.westword.com/news/a-forgotten-vail-murder-victim-julie-cunningham-killed-by-ted-bundy-5837729 https://apps.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=2521 https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/08/06/ted-bundy-case-closed-colorado-victim-denise-oliverson/1939748001/ https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/22/bundy-lynette-culver-confessed/ https://www.idahopress.com/news/state/bench-dedicated-in-memory-of-local-girl-who-went-missing-in-1975/article_e3582b30-e784-5f74-af4d-f32181eec2d4.html https://charleyproject.org/case/susan-curtis https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/23/bundy-sue-curtis-confessed/ https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ted-bundy-serial-killer-survivor-stories/ https://oddstops.com/location.php?id=46 https://www.newspapers.com/image/491815876/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVythFxP8rQ&list=PLB2OP6yGC2eltMT9Po7leF4SFOtNVZD26&index=5 Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes - Netflix Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer - Amazon The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy - Elizabeth Kendall and Molly Kendall

The Dark Web Vlogs
TED BUNDY TAKES STAND AT TRIAL AND DISCUSSES HIS ARREST

The Dark Web Vlogs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 58:22


TED BUNDY TAKES STAND AT TRIAL AND DISCUSSES HIS ARRESTAbc news. Bundy takes stand in Miaмi, Floгida. July 3, 5, 1979.Ted Bundy takes the stand during his murder trial in Miami, Florida on July 3, 5, 1979. He answers questions about his arrest and about the police finding various burglary tools in his car. The items ended up being ones he used in various murders and assaults. Bundy admits to lying about telling one of the police officers that he had been to a drive-in movie on the day of his arrest. The police knew he was lying because the movie he claimed to have watched wasn't playing at the local drive-in theater.Ted Bundy Takes StandTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast Serial Killer murder murders trial

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast
Provorov vs. Pride

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 62:46


Ant, Russ, and Bundy discuss the fallout from Ivan Provorov's choice to not participate in pre-game warmups with a Pride sweater. The guys talk about the Flyers' response, Scott Laughton's comments, if he's hurt his standing with the locker room, and whether or not this will hurt Provorov's trade value. Then, Ant gets into a Twitter spat with ESPN's Greg Wyshynski. Finally, the Flyers keep winning and are farther than ever from a top pick in the draft. Is that a good thing? Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel here. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/snowthegoalie Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @AntSanPhilly @JoyOnBroad @Ctherien6 @SnowTheGoalie Join the Snow The Goalie Twitter Community here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dark Web Vlogs
Ted Bundy's Execution

The Dark Web Vlogs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 19:13


Ted Bundy's ExecutionTed Bundy was executed via electric chair on January 24, 1989. The infamous serial killer, who murdered more than 30 women, was sentenced to capital punishment in Florida State Prison. Ted Bundy had been given the death penalty three times before he was finally executed.Ted Bundy Execution executed electric chair infamous serial killer,death penaltyTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast

Ten Cent Beer Life
Kyle before Communism

Ten Cent Beer Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 66:28


The boys talk Kyles trip to Pittsburgh, middle school literature and NFL playoffs Like Rate and Review on iTunes! Follow us @tencentbeerlife on all social media. Email the show at tencentbeerlife@gmail.com Sponsored By: Jenkins Insurance in Tallmadge Ohio/ Drop D Pics Music: Switchblade by Bundy and the Spins --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tencentbeerlife/message

BUSHWICK RADIO
SoulFull Earth Sundays (#2): Finsta (of Finsta Bundy)

BUSHWICK RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 63:32


Documentales Sonoros
Monstruos invisibles: Escondidos a plena vista (1974-1977)

Documentales Sonoros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 41:14


Bundy, Gacy, Dahmer, Ridgway y Rader. Los cinco se encuentran entre los asesinos en serie más conocidos de la historia de EE. UU. y los cinco estuvieron activos al mismo tiempo. Sin embargo, nunca se les había examinado a todos a la vez... hasta ahora.

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast
New Core Emerging?

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 56:58


Ant, Russ, and Bundy discuss the Flyers' hot streak, which players have stood out, and which players should stay for the rebuild. Plus, Travis Konecy's game has gotten even stronger and Ivan Provorov could be on his way out. Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel here. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/snowthegoalie Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @AntSanPhilly @JoyOnBroad @Ctherien6 @SnowTheGoalie Join the Snow The Goalie Twitter Community here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cascadia Crime & Cryptids
Episode 52: The Victims of Ted Bundy, Part 1

Cascadia Crime & Cryptids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 115:11


Our first episode of 2023 needs little explanation: Sara takes us into the Pacific Northwest chapter of serial killer Ted Bundy's horrific murder spree throughout the 1970s for part 1 of her Bundy series.   Thanks so much for your patience with our end-of-the-year break, we are so glad you're still with us.   Sources https://www.britannica.com/biography/Ted-Bundy https://www.biography.com/news/ted-bundy-timeline-murders https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a27179474/ted-bundy-girlfriend-elizabeth-kendall-kloepfer/ https://hiimted.blog/sherrods-1978/ https://thirdhour.org/blog/life/latter-day-saints/ted-bundy-and-the-truth-about-his-church-membership/ https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/what-was-ted-bundys-childhood-like https://heavy.com/entertainment/2019/01/diane-edwards-ted-bundy-girlfriend-now/ https://charleyproject.org/case/vicki-lynn-hollar https://www.newspapers.com/image/230260182/?terms=Bundy&match=1 https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.950834665030913&type=3 https://www.gvnews.com/news/local/georgann-hawkins-died-at-the-hands-of-ted-bundy-but/article_f8cc5a4c-f103-11e3-8e31-0019bb2963f4.html https://web.archive.org/web/20120415110917/http://davisclipper.com/view/full_story/149302/article-When-evil-walked-our-streets https://www.wired.com/story/dna-crime-solving-is-still-new-yet-it-may-have-gone-too-far/ https://web.archive.org/web/20130917135008/https://www.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=3683 https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=eGVYAAAAIBAJ&pg=6712,6268452&hl=en https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1298&dat=19690603&id=U_JNAAAAIBAJ&pg=6375,3558590 https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-1989-01-24-8901040963-story.html https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=336&dat=19750120&id=89JSAAAAIBAJ&pg=3681,3961866 https://web.archive.org/web/20060621144017/http://tedbundy.com/errata/freebies/Ted%20Bundy%20Multiagency%20Investigative%20Team%20Report%201992%20from%20tedbundy.com.pdf https://www.oxygen.com/true-crime-buzz/what-does-ted-bundy-victim-karen-sparks-believe-kept-her-alive https://int-missing.fandom.com/wiki/Donna_Manson https://hiimted.blog/case-file-donna-gail-manson-1974/ https://www.yakimaherald.com/news/local/happened/it-happened-here-missing-cwu-student-a-victim-of-ted/article_6bda4c42-e02f-5edd-8902-79c0bba28c7e.html https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/04/25/ted-bundy-the-cases-susan-elaine-rancourt/ https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/04/ted-bundy-the-cases-roberta-kathleen-parks/ https://crimepiperblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/11/ted-bundy-the-cases-brenda-carol-ball/ https://criminalmisconduct.blogspot.com/2018/07/remembering-janice-ott-and-denise.html https://www.tumblr.com/horrendouscrimes/635593196064342016/the-abduction-and-murders-of-janice-ott-and-denise https://thisinterestsme.com/janice-ott-denise-naslund/ https://charleyproject.org/case/nancy-wilcox https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/18/bundy-nancy-wilcox-confessed/ https://www.deseret.com/1990/7/1/18869477/victim-s-family-lays-hope-and-grief-to-rest-in-empty-grave https://hiimted.blog/tag/melissa-smith/ https://oddstops.com/location.php?id=27 https://thisinterestsme.com/laura-ann-aime/ https://hiimted.blog/case-file-debra-jean-kent-1974/ https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/debra-kent-victim-ted-bundy-admitted-taking-back-to-his-home https://www.wesawthedevil.com/all-episodes/otd-caryn-campbell https://apps.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=2421 https://www.westword.com/news/a-forgotten-vail-murder-victim-julie-cunningham-killed-by-ted-bundy-5837729 https://apps.colorado.gov/apps/coldcase/casedetail.html?id=2521 https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/08/06/ted-bundy-case-closed-colorado-victim-denise-oliverson/1939748001/ https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/22/bundy-lynette-culver-confessed/ https://www.idahopress.com/news/state/bench-dedicated-in-memory-of-local-girl-who-went-missing-in-1975/article_e3582b30-e784-5f74-af4d-f32181eec2d4.html https://charleyproject.org/case/susan-curtis https://themorbidlibrary.com/2021/01/23/bundy-sue-curtis-confessed/ https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ted-bundy-serial-killer-survivor-stories/ https://oddstops.com/location.php?id=46 https://www.newspapers.com/image/491815876/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVythFxP8rQ&list=PLB2OP6yGC2eltMT9Po7leF4SFOtNVZD26&index=5 Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes - Netflix Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer - Amazon The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy - Elizabeth Kendall and Molly Kendall

All Horror Radio
ARRESTED! Moscow Murders Update: Part 1

All Horror Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 55:26


For Part 1 of the Moscow Murders Update series, Robin covers the arrest of Bryan Kohberger. Part 2, releasing later today, will include additional discussion of the PCA, newly-uncovered facts, as well as a shocking update in the Lori Vallow case. ------------------------------------------- Email us and share your personal story: info@wesawthedevil.comWebsite: http://www.wesawthedevil.com Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/wesawthedevil Discord: https://discord.gg/X2qYXdB4Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WeSawtheDevil Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wesawthedevilpodcast--------------------------------------------- We would like to thank our Executive Producers: Angelle BBrittany HWannabe SleuthBren W Emalie SYlana Dawn MFaye SChristy KAshley MShawna Cristi RIris DSRobinMaureen

Ten Cent Beer Life
The Secret

Ten Cent Beer Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 80:43


The guys catch up from the holiday and talk Browns and NFL playoffs. Like Rate and Review on iTunes! Follow us @tencentbeerlife on all social media. Email the show at tencentbeerlife@gmail.com Sponsored By: Jenkins Insurance in Tallmadge Ohio/ Drop D Pics Music: Switchblade by Bundy and the Spins --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tencentbeerlife/message

Documentales Sonoros
Monstruos invisibles: La tormenta perfecta (1972-1974)

Documentales Sonoros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 43:08


Bundy, Gacy, Dahmer, Ridgway y Rader. Los cinco se encuentran entre los asesinos en serie más conocidos de la historia de EE. UU. y los cinco estuvieron activos al mismo tiempo. Sin embargo, nunca se les había examinado a todos a la vez... hasta ahora.

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast
Ersson Impresses, Konecny Snubbed, Torts Hates the ASG

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 50:27


Ant, Russ, and Bundy react to the Flyers' recent wins, Samuel Ersson impressing in net, Travis Konecny being snubbed for the All-Star Game, and John Tortorella's disdain for the event. Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel here. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/snowthegoalie Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @AntSanPhilly @JoyOnBroad @Ctherien6 @SnowTheGoalie Join the Snow The Goalie Twitter Community here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Happened In The 90's
Ep. 101 : Al Bundy and Homer Simpson Try An Insanity Pepper | Happened In The 90s

Happened In The 90's

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 74:48


Happened In the 90's hosted by Steve and Matt picks a day, any day, and then goes back in time to that magical decade we all know and love the 90's, to revisit episodes of tv, movies that premiered, or cultural events that occurred on that day in the 90's. This week Steve and Matt get hyped for Season 3. They're back after a week off. Matt talks about the dumpster fire tha is Top Gun Maverick. Then Steve takes Matt to task for some bad information he's been tossing out. They both kept calling Iceman, Goose in their Top Gun Discussion so Potato Potatto. After that it's time to call Ernest and Vern and pack that cooler full of Zima's becuase we're talking all things January 5th in the 90s. SEGMENT 1 Show: Married With Children Episode: The Mystery of Skull Island (Season 6 | Episode 14) Premiere Date: 1/05/1992 Story: As Grandmaster B, Bud does his coolest best while all over a girl who takes him out to non-traditional Bundy things such as rafting and sky diving. Meanwhile, Al and Peggy invite Marcy and Jefferson over to play a new board game called "Ethical Dilemma." SEGMENT 2 Show: The Simpsons Episode: El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (Season 8 | Episode 9) Premiere Date: 1/05/1997 Story: After eating insanity peppers at a chili cook-off, Homer has a hallucination of a talking coyote urging him to find his soulmate. Thanks for listening! Watch all new episode every Thursday here on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk5uXQXE9WGIWcpSkNkXaOg Audio available on all major platforms. Email Us At: hitnineties@gmail.com Instagram: HappenedInThe90s Twitter: HIThe90s Facebook: @HappenedInThe90s Website: https://happenedinthe90s.com MERCH LINK: https://www.redbubble.com/people/HIT90s/shop?asc=u&ref=account-nav-dropdown --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast
Coast-to-Coast with a Concussion, Plus an Interview with Owen Tippett

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 75:35 Very Popular


Ant, Russ, and Bundy dive into an absolutely wild week in which Carter Hart suffered a concussion, went on IR, practiced the same day, and made the team's West Coast trip. But first, Flyers forward Owen Tippett joins the show to talk about settling in with the team, how he appreciates John Tortorella's direct coaching, and more. Thanks to all of our listeners. Happy New Year! Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel here. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/snowthegoalie Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @AntSanPhilly @JoyOnBroad @Ctherien6 @SnowTheGoalie Join the Snow The Goalie Twitter Community here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Texas Wine and True Crime
Stephen Michaud & Brandy Diamond - The Idaho Murders & The Bundy Tapes

Texas Wine and True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 76:23


I sit down with journalist and author, Stephen Michaud, to discuss The Idaho Murders and The Bundy Tapes. Stephen and I discuss the details of the Idaho Murders, and his experiences sitting down with Ted Bundy. Ted was brazen enough to break into the Chi Omega house and bludgeon four sorority sisters to death without being detected. Is this the same type of person we are dealing with in Idaho? UPDATE: Since the taping of this episode, there has been an arrest made in the murders of Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin. Bryan Kohberger, 28, was arrested by Pennsylvania State Police for the quadruple homicide. The police cannot release any additional information about the case until Kohberger is extradited back to Idaho. Huge applause to the police, FBI, the media, and the tipsters that made this arrest happen. Support the show

Rookworst de Podcast
Ep. 26 HEF, RONNIE FLEX (NORI), COR, BOKOESAM, ROTJOCH & KILLAHKEEZY

Rookworst de Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 256:02


December betekent weer een nieuwe Rookworst kerstspecial. Allemaal gasten met Bundy een speciale band heeft. De line-up van deze keer: Ronnie Flex, Cor, Bokoesam, Rotjoch & Killahkeezy. Check it out! Meld je nu aan voor de Rookworst nieuwsbrief op: https://rookworst.nl/subscribe Volg Rookworst de Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/rookworstde... https://www.tiktok.com/@rookworstdepo... Volg Hef: https://www.instagram.com/heffelini/ https://www.facebook.com/heffelini/ https://twitter.com/Hefbundy #Hef #Rookworst #NoahsArk

Relatos Para No Dormir
Adolfo Constanzo - El Narco Satánico

Relatos Para No Dormir

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 15:50


Adolfo lo poseía todo para tener éxito en la vida: guapo, inteligente, encantador, carismático y con talento de orador. Nacido el 1 de noviembre de 1962 en Miami, de padres cubanos refugiados, se inicia en la infancia en los ritos de la santería,una religión inofensiva, así como en los del Palo Mayombe, de naturaleza agresiva pero que tiene muchos puntos en común con la santería

Mixed Tag
Working The Gimmick: Episode 147

Mixed Tag

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 41:06


If you want another example of hell freezing over, it's Coach Muddle being invited to the show! Coach caused a lot of controversy in the early days of 'Mixed Tag', including being the subject of the very first Bonus Episode when he brought up our show on his "In The Huddle With Coach Muddle" program. Yet, bygones be bygones and buddies be buddies - Keith brings him on for this episode! A surefire favorite of Matt Brown's, Coach talks old school, through a wide variety of topics including going to the same high school as Captain Lou Albano and having to come between King Kong Bundy and another wrestler and getting face-first taste of Bundy's sweaty bosoms. This episode is must-hear, and it's brought to you by MANSCAPED! Get all the tools for your family jewels this holiday season! Simply use the promo code TAG at checkout to receive 20% off, free shipping, and the confidence that your in good hands!

Gwatney Unplugged
Stunt Driver Buzz Bundy

Gwatney Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 21:51


Buzz Bundy had a long career as a stunt driver - and specialized in the art of "skiing" a car on two wheels. Buzz performed this stunt on Dukes of Hazzard, Knight Rider, Commericals, Live Stunt Shows - and in the James Bond film "Diamonds are Forever".

Married with Children Podcast
How to Marry a Moron

Married with Children Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 130:01


Lonnie is freed from prison because it was overcrowded. He asks Al's blessing for marrying Kelly. He even has a ring. Turns out that Lonnie is one of the Tots who owns Tot Industries, makers of Weenie Tots. Suddenly, Lonnie is most welcome to the Bundy family. Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/marriedwithchildrenpodcast/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLa92MNmau7upQzNNU1DoGw Subscribe in Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/married-with-children-podcast/id1534577841 Contribute to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MarriedWithChildrenPodcast

No Invite Podcast
EP112 DOPE REUNION

No Invite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 123:52


Here it goes you last live recorded episode of the year, school is definitely out. Since it is a special occasion we had have our friend and sponsor of this weeks episode Bundy of Dope Flavors drop by and talk about the brand and his take on the current state of the cannabis industry. Then of course we couldn't just leave. you with one hour of content so we dropped two. How could we end the year and not have Producer Patty stop by address us poor people. From the No Invite family to you and yours Happy Holidays. SUBSCRIBE TO THE YOUTUBE CHANNEL FOR ZOOM VISUALS AND EXCLUSIVE VIDEO CONTENT https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG2DctC7X0jK1-LV0SvLPrQFOLLOW: Follow Blaze On Instagram @blaze1diz_https://www.instagram.com/blaze1diz_/FOLLOW: AN ON INSTAGRAM @THE_BEST_KEPT_SECREThttps://www.instagram.com/the_best_kept_secret1/FOLLOW On Instagram @16thworldhttps://www.instagram.com/16thworld/FOLLOW HOT MAMA ON INSTAGRAM @totally.tiedye.designs https://www.instagram.com/totally.tiedyed.designs/Mixed and Edited By Blaze1Diz Produced and Recorded By Patty for 16th World Productions.Executive Produced By Blaze1Diz for RiBirth Media Filmz. Contact Info: ribirthmediafilmz1@gmail.com

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast
Community, Statement Benching, Emerging Youth

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 80:30 Very Popular


Ant, Russ, and Bundy welcome Cindy Stutman, SVP of Business Operations & Executive Director of Flyers Charities, to the show to discuss community initiatives and the return of the Flyers Carnival. The guys then discuss the benching of Kevin Hayes, zero Flyers making TSN's list of the Top-50 U-24 players, and which Flyers prospects should have made the list. Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel here. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/snowthegoalie Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @AntSanPhilly @JoyOnBroad @Ctherien6 @SnowTheGoalie Join the Snow The Goalie Twitter Community here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Married with Children Podcast
The Desperate Half-Hour

Married with Children Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 132:46


Al is kicking Peg and the kids out of the house so he can watch Death Wish 6 3-D in privacy on pay per view. But Bud also needs the house for himself: his pen pal, Starla, is getting out of prison and is coming to see him. Unfortunately, Starla decides to rob the Bundy's at gunpoint. It turns out that she has escaped and is on the run, so she ends up holding the Bundy's hostage. Starla also has a dim-witted boyfriend, to whom Kelly becomes attracted to, and the feeling is mutual. Then the D'Arcy's, who are about to leave on a charity masquerade cruise, barge in and end up hostages as well. Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/marriedwithchildrenpodcast/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLa92MNmau7upQzNNU1DoGw Subscribe in Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/married-with-children-podcast/id1534577841 Contribute to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MarriedWithChildrenPodcast

Ten Cent Beer Life
DEAD DUCK

Ten Cent Beer Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 51:48


The guys talk Pets and Sports Like Rate and Review on iTunes! Follow us @tencentbeerlife on all social media. Email the show at tencentbeerlife@gmail.com Sponsored By: Jenkins Insurance in Tallmadge Ohio/ Drop D Pics Music: Switchblade by Bundy and the Spins --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tencentbeerlife/message

True Crime XS
True Crime XS 2022 Christmas Series - Episode One

True Crime XS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 71:39


This podcast was made possible by www.labrottiecreations.com Check out their merchandise and specifically their fun pop pet art custom pieces made from photos of your very on pets. Use the promo code CRIMEXS for 20% off a fun, brightly colored, happy piece of art of your own pet at their site.Music in this episode was licensed for True Crime XS. Our theme song today is Indestructible by Noah Smith. Additional music is holiday themed!You can reach us at our website truecrimexs.com and you can leave us a voice message at 252-365-5593. Find us most anywhere with @truecrimexsThanks for listening. Please like and subscribe if you want to hear more and you can come over to patreon.com/truecrimexs and check out what we've got going on there if you'd like to donate to fund future True Crime XS road trip investigations and FOIA requests. We also have some merchandise up at Teepublic http://tee.pub/lic/mZUXW1MOYxMSources:www.namus.govwww.thecharleyproject.comwww.newspapers.comFindlaw.comVarious News Sources Mentioned by Name

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast
Torts and Fletcher: Double Vision

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 72:10


Ant, Russ, and Bundy discuss John Tortorella's comments on the Flyers' effort and what changes could be coming. The guys then dive into the two very different visions that Tortorella and Chuck Fletcher laid out on the same day. Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel here. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/snowthegoalie Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @AntSanPhilly @JoyOnBroad @Ctherien6 @SnowTheGoalie Join the Snow The Goalie Twitter Community here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

All Horror Radio
Moscow Murders Update + Why I'm Heated

All Horror Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 21:35


For this episode, Robin goes over the couple of updates in the Idaho murder case, but more so has a bone to pick with the true crime community as a whole. ------------------------------------------- Email us and share your personal story: info@wesawthedevil.comWebsite: http://www.wesawthedevil.com Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/wesawthedevil Discord: https://discord.gg/X2qYXdB4Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WeSawtheDevil Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wesawthedevilpodcast--------------------------------------------- We would like to thank our Executive Producers: Angelle BBrittany HWannabe SleuthBren W Emalie SYlana Dawn MFaye SChristy KAshley MShawna Cristi RIris DSRobinMaureen

Ten Cent Beer Life
Joey The Juggler

Ten Cent Beer Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 63:18


We talk the worst gig ever, all of the sports and mermaids Like Rate and Review on iTunes! Follow us @tencentbeerlife on all social media. Email the show at tencentbeerlife@gmail.com Sponsored By: Jenkins Insurance in Tallmadge Ohio/ Drop D Pics Music: Switchblade by Bundy and the Spins --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tencentbeerlife/message

Cabot Cove Gazette – a Murder, She Wrote podcast
2.19 - Christopher Bundy Died on Sunday

Cabot Cove Gazette – a Murder, She Wrote podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 30:27


Another country estate full of guests, one of whom must be the murderer. Classic cozy mystery stuff here, but TJ and Bridget will explain how the episode also taps into 1980s anxieties about the rise of video technologies.

Successful Life Podcast
Be Authentic or Get the Fuck Out | Eric Oberembt

Successful Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 90:53


[00:00:00]  Welcome to the Successful Life Podcast. I am your host Corey Berrier. And I am here with my man Eric Oberambt.  [00:00:16] dang week. You did. Dang, it. It's Oberambt. Dang, it. Yeah. I think I practiced that. Like it's the twang. You can't get it with the twang, . Cause you have to pronounce and you just, you can't do that with, you can't do that with the accent. We got a little southern accent down here. [00:00:36] Yeah, that's okay. That's all right. . What's up brother? I've been super excited to talk to you, dude. You and I are about to have a really great conversation, but first, Introduce yourself. Tell every, tell everybody about you, who you are. Yeah. I'm, yeah. I'm EricI I've got a little sizzle reel and it starts in the beginning it says, I do a lot of things, but the thing I'm, which is true, I do a lot of things. [00:00:59] And it's funny cuz like at the beginning of our conversation it's what do you actually fucking do, Eric? And it's that's a really good question. So I've been in the roofing space since I was 10 years old. My grandfather started our roofing company back in 1965 and I started working with him when I was a little kid. [00:01:13] Cause I lived with him since I was seven. So I literally, since I was 10, was up on roofs and graduated through. Building roofs and putting roofs on to sales to eventual ownership. And then learning how to scale the business. That's my main source of income. [00:01:27] That's how I pay for shit. But what I found out in the last 4, 5, 6 years is that I really have a passion for other things as far as being in the recovery space, obviously is one of 'em. Being the co-founder of Roofers in Recovery with Paul Reed and being able to help people find out who they were actually supposed to be and that they don't have to still live and be that piece of shit that they think that they are, on a daily basis. [00:01:51] And so I get, I'm really passionate about that and I'm really passionate about talking about leadership. I've been given some really cool opportunities in the last few years to be able to speak and be on stage and be able to take the messages that I built and shared on a micro level inside of my company. [00:02:09] And I realized, I was like, this is awesome, but how much cooler would it be to be able to share these same things on a macro level with other people? And so being able to get on stages and to be able to do podcasts with people like you and then start our own [00:02:26] podcast with being authentic or get the fuck out, that has been probably one of the most rewarding things that I do. [00:02:31] I'm a business owner. I'm a real estate guy. I'm a fucking podcast host. I'm a former drunk, I'm a coke addict. Do you know what I mean? Like I'm all those fucking things. But I'm also just Eric Obra and a dad and a husband. Yeah. It's a lot of stuff. I get that. But one thing you said that I thought was interesting, so you're actually like a true roofer in the roofing space. [00:02:54] You're like, I don't know if I've met too many people that have grown up in the roofing. No, there are only a couple of us left. Yeah. That's crazy. Yeah. That's really cool. That's why me and Paul I think, hit it off too. Like we, we figured out that we both were sober, but we also figured out that we both actually roofed back in the day. [00:03:15] And I think that I thought at one time that was just what I was going to be. I was just gonna be this labor guy. Like I loved working, right? I loved getting up in the morning at 5:00 AM and going to work and building something, and at the end of the day, being able to go home and go, look what I did. [00:03:33] Look what I did right there. And that was very satisfying. Now, as you get older and you start to break down, and you're not 1925 anymore, you can't do that. And you especially can't do it hungover if you're still drinking. You have to figure out a different path. [00:03:49] And that was what led me into, obviously sales and trying to get out of, but I roof roofed like I was up on roofs until I was 30. Wow. Yeah. And then that was when I got sober. And so maybe getting sober made me realize it was fucking stupid to continue doing that because it killed me and I'd probably be dead. [00:04:08] But that was like, I literally didn't get off of roofs until I was about 30 years old. So what changed at 30? So let's just get into, walk me through what happened at 30 years old that made you one-stop drinking, and two quit your, shift gears, so to speak. Yeah, absolutely. So I had always drank, and I drank a lot, and I started young, like a lot of people that kind of have the same story. [00:04:32] I had my first drink of alcohol in like seventh grade, right? Yes. I remember stealing my buddy's parents' booze and drinking in his bedroom and, you mix it with fucking in a two-liter bottle of Sprite or whatever it is, right? But I remember that even that first time that I drank so much, [00:04:52] so fast. [00:04:52] I threw up in a corner and I fell in it, and I slept in that pile of puke, right? Like the first fucking time that I drank. That was obviously the precursor. But I always drank. I have the same boring stories, like everybody's wild in college and, whatever. And I went to the Uni University of Nebraska in Lincoln, and I partied balls down there and everything else. [00:05:17] But, I also was I'm, I was married twice. And I'm on my third marriage, and every marriage, every relationship that I had always ended because of my drinking, generally speaking. And, but at the time I would always say, I'm fucking 19, or I'm 20, or I'm 25. That's what we're supposed to do in that timeframe, right? [00:05:39] That's just normal. And I got a couple of DUIs. I got my first DUI when I was 19. I got my second DUI when I was 23 which was after my first divorce. I got my third DUI when I was 20. Six or 27, which was after my second divorce. It's always a woman. It's always a fucking woman that like, like spirals, you outta control because your identity is with that relationship. And then once that identity's gone, you don't know what the fuck you are or where you're gonna go, right? So you spiral outta control. And so I got my third DUI then, and I finally got out of that. But it was 2008 when I really thought that my, I thought that my life was pretty much over. [00:06:30] I was almost 30 years old. I was twice divorced. I had no kids, I had no family to speak of. I had immediate family, but I had no, no prospects, right? I was 310 pounds. I was a big fat person. Did you watch my keynote at Roof Con? Yeah. That picture that was up on the screen was me. [00:06:51] I clearly forgot the picture. The big, fat, bloated Eric. I was 300. I do remember that. I standing in the kitchen. Yep. Yep. There's a big plate of Coke underneath me. Nobody could see. That was my 30th birthday. And I, but I remember, I was like, there was I had nowhere to go and I had no prospects and I didn't know what life even was gonna look like, and so I got to a point where I just didn't give a fuck anymore. [00:07:16] And it was like, so every [00:07:18] day was the same. It was drunk do coke so I could stay awake I could drink more and stay up later. Because what I found out was if you drink as hard and as fast as I do, you pass out really early. And if you pass out really early, There's no chance for sex. . I swear to God, that was what went through my head and I was like, how can I fix that cocaine? [00:07:45] Yep. And so like I literally, that was why I found drugs and cocaine and I got heavily into that and started selling. And I got popped for my fourth DUI in October or September of 2009. And when that happened, it was the last, it was the last straw because I was able to get out of every situation that I got put into prior. [00:08:10] I never really had any consequences. I always had a good lawyer that got it dropped down to something else, but this time all cards were on the table. They were enhancing everything. I was looking at one to five years in prison. I narrowly dodged drug charges because I had all kinds of drugs on me. [00:08:29] I narrowly dodged drug charges. But just for the DUIs, for the fourth offense, felony DUI that I was looking at, I was looking at one to five years in prison. And even looking at that, I still didn't wanna stop. I still didn't think that I was ready to stop. I still thought that I could control it and that I could figure it out. [00:08:54] And my attorney came to me and said, here's the deal. You're gonna get one to five in prison. The only chance that you get out of that is if you go do 30 days in a rehab facility. Because if you do that and we show the judge that you did that, then maybe they'll show leniency on you. And I was like I can do fucking math. [00:09:14] And 30 days in rehab is significantly less than one to five years in prison. And let's be honest, big fat Coke head, Eric White guy wasn't gonna do well in prison. Like I, I wasn't gonna fit in. So I went to treatment and I went to a place called Valley Hope in O'Neill, Nebraska in the middle of the fucking sticks. [00:09:35] And I went there. I was there for 30 days and I didn't really participate for the first 10 to 12. [00:09:44] I checked out. I just showed up. I went through the motions and I've told this story a million times, but I don't think I told it on stage. But I was literally sitting in the lecture hall, right? [00:09:55] I was sitting in the lecture hall and somebody was lecturing, and it was November. It was cold as balls, fucking snowing. And I remember looking at the window and up there they had all these plates and mugs and shit on the wall. So like the people that graduated or whatever, you get a cup, right? And then you come back and you hang your cup up. [00:10:14] And I look around and I'm looking at all these plates and these mugs on the wall, and I look out the window and I audibly go, holy fuck, I'm in rehab. [00:10:26] And everybody stopped what they were doing. What's wrong with crazy over here? he's just talking out loud. And I was like, whoa. And I just had this like influx of, okay dude, normal people don't have to go to fucking rehab. If you had your shit together, you wouldn't be living in a facility where they're trying to teach you what the fuck is wrong with you. [00:10:50] Maybe you should shut the fuck up and listen . And from that point on, I said, I'm willing to do what you tell me to do because I don't wanna live like this anymore. I don't want to be the person that has to go to rehab. I don't want that to be how I'm defined. And from that moment on, I made a decision that I was going to figure out how to be better and I was going to listen to people that had done it before me. [00:11:19] So that I could learn from their experience. And that's how I got here. And I did have one relapse, but it was only for a night. But I've been sober. I've been sober ever since. It's interesting because, we, by the way, it was fantastic. One of the things that you said, in particular, is you mentioned that the 13th day or 12th day, whatever day it was Right? [00:11:45] The light came on and I lost what I was gonna say. I'm gonna have to cut this part out, so give you a second. Fuck. I hate when I do that. Adhd It happened. Yeah. Or I may just leave it in. Who knows? Anyhow, I don't remember exactly what I was gonna say. Oh, it was okay. It was being told what to do. [00:12:03] It's being able to ask some, another, I'll just say from a man's standpoint, I can't really speak from a woman's [00:12:10] standpoint, but from a man's standpoint, it's really hard to ask somebody for that help. One, and then two, it's really hard to listen and not think you know everything. Right? [00:12:22] And we're going get into that in just a few minutes. But I think that what keeps a lot of people out is that it was my ego. It's all fucking ego. It's all ego. It's all ego and recovery. And AA does a really cool thing though. They trick you, but they say these are suggestions, right? [00:12:41] And they do. Everything you read in the big book is a suggestion, right? Nobody's ordering you to do it. Because what do addicts and alcoholics, what do we hate? We hate being fucking told what to do. Hundred percent. We rebel at being told what to do. I can accept a suggestion, but the best sponsors out there go, yeah, it's a suggestion, but if you don't do it, you're gonna fucking drink. [00:13:05] Yep. So it's completely up to you whether or not you do it, but this is, if you do these things, then it can work. Then you can see the miracle that can happen for you, right? But if you don't do 'em, then it probably won't. Does that make sense? Do More than that I'll tell you why it really makes sense and why this is probably important that we're talking about this right now. [00:13:32] You and I had a conversation, I don't know, it was probably less than 10 days ago. Yep. And I shared with you my feeling about AA because, I got sober in AA and for a long time, AA did what it was supposed to do for me. And I just got caught up. My ego, I'm just, this is pretty new information. [00:13:53] My ego goes, got caught up. The language and I meant, you and I talked about this off camera a little bit or previously, and I got caught up in the language. And when you explained to me, you reframed the way I was thinking and not in a, it wasn't even in a forceful way or anything like that. [00:14:11] What I'm saying is, you just made me think about something different. This is where I'm going with this. So today was my third meeting and I picked up a spoon, and I don't tell say all that too, for a pat on the back. I say that because I figured out what I've been missing and this is really important because the spiritual portion is the portion that I've been missing. [00:14:34] I meditate every day. , but I don't, [00:14:36] my ego says do you really have to say God or do you really have to, can't you just think it? No, dude. That's just not how it works. So I've been missing the spiritual experience of this whole thing. Now I understand it because I've had it right. [00:14:54] I've been there. And I'm not sure, other than the language portion, what happened, or maybe it was just my own thinking is probably what happened. But I didn't go to AA for almost six years I would, there's no telling how many people I could have helped in the last six years no telling where I'd be today if those things, would've happened. [00:15:18] But the most important thing is that now I understand and I guess the point of this is the spiritual portion of not just not drinking. We hear this all the time. Just don't drink. That is part of it. You, of course, can't drink, right? You just don't drink. The other side of that is you gotta work the program. [00:15:35] So what I'll say about that is that people that are in the depths of it right now will disagree with this because they're in the depths of it. Quitting drinking is the fucking easy part. Yeah. Living after and learning how to do that while being happy, that's the hard part. That's why there is a program, and that's why there are 12 steps to teach you how to live. [00:16:08] The steps are not to teach you how to not drink. The steps of AA are to teach you how to live because to not drink, all you gotta do is not pick up. Because the only thing that I can control as, an alcoholic and an addict, the only thing that I can actually control is whether or not I pick up the first drink. [00:16:28] So as long as I don't do that, I won't have the 10th. And I know that right? And it's the only thing I can control. The minute I have one though, I lose all control. Because I am built. I truly believe that I am built differently. Whether it's structural, it's part of my DNA. I am absolutely fucking built differently. [00:16:46] And when a drink hits my body, it reacts differently than normal motherfuckers that can have one drink sit at a bar, and go No more for me. Thanks. And actually fucking mean it. If I say no more for me. Thanks. Inside, I'm going, I fucking want one more, but I know I'm not [00:17:02] supposed to, right? That's the difference. [00:17:04] And I know that my body reacts differently. So my first line of defense is just that I can't fucking have that first one right now. Then there you have two options. After that, your two options are, one, I can just not drink and be a miserable fucking dry drunk prick. Afterward. And we all know those people, right? [00:17:26] And they say, I don't go to fucking meetings. I don't do this. I don't help people. I just don't fucking drink. It's yes, and you're a miserable cocksucker, right? Yeah. But the people that don't drink anymore, because it just doesn't fucking work for them. And then they work a program that I think everybody in fucking Human society should actually work the program because it teaches you how to live as a better person and as a better human so that you can have these spiritual experiences that you're talking about so that you can have, these spiritual awakenings and the term that I love that really resonates with me, that's in the big book is a psychic change. [00:18:04] Yes. You have a psychic change because I am not that fucking person anymore. And this is what you and I were getting into, right? Is that you're not that person anymore, but. But it's still fucking in you. So if you take that drink, it doesn't go away. , right? It doesn't go away. So whether you identify as an alcoholic or an addict or whatever makes no fucking difference. [00:18:31] But it's still in your fucking DNA. And I think that you believe that. I believe that there'll be people that listen to this, that go Fuck you. I don't believe that. But I a hundred percent believe that. So now I need to understand if I made that psychic change, and I'm not that person anymore, now what am I doing right now? [00:18:50] What am I doing with my life? Am I writing wrongs? Am I making amends and making apologies? Am I taking an inventory of what I did in the right order? In the right order? Correct. Did I, am I taking an inventory of my life and the people that I've harmed, and there a lot of people have talked about this when they relate it to business, right? [00:19:10] What do you do in fucking business every year when you get to the end of a year, end of a quarter, or end of whatever, you go back and you take an inventory on everything that you did for that previous quarter, and what did you fucking do wrong so that you can fix it and make the next quarter or the next year better. [00:19:27] We have to do that as [00:19:28] humans. It doesn't matter if you're a drunk or if you're an addict or if you're sober or if you're, whatever you are, you should be taking a goddamn inventory all the time. That's hard. But we here're the cool thing for us. We, as addicts and alcoholics have been given this program that teaches us how to do that. [00:19:45] Yes. And everybody else thinks that they don't need it. So then, you know what people did, they packaged. Like the fucking 12 steps of AA and put it into personal growth and development. Sell it for fucking $20,000. Wow, I didn't think about that. Yeah, that's what they do. You can get it for fucking free by going to aa. [00:20:06] Yeah, we get it for free cuz we're drunks and we're addicts. Every retreat that I go to and they do exercise, I'm like, you fucker, you're doing the four-step like, like I've done all this shit, you just repackage it and you charge me 20 grand for it. Yeah. But all these other people then get access to it and then all of a sudden they have this psychic change because they're not the same individual. [00:20:27] They're figuring out how to grow and learn and have this trajectory and path where they get to be better. Like how fucking exciting is that? That's awesome. It is awesome. Without a shit ton of pain, I don't know. I know for me, I wouldn't have gotten there. I have no way. I would've made that change. [00:20:43] No way. And. Yeah, I agree with you a hundred percent without pain. That is absolutely true for you and I, yes, for you and I, for you and I, that is a hundred percent true, but there are hundreds of thousands of people that can watch this, that don't have to go through what we went through to be able to take certain steps, to be able to come, to be able to become that person that they were supposed to be. [00:21:13] They don't have to go through that because they're not wired like we are. Right? And good for you, but because they're not wired like we are. They're not gonna have that Oh shit moment. They're not gonna have that bottom necessarily to be able to trigger what do I have to do? We had to have that pain. [00:21:34] I'm the guy that has to be hit over the head 85 fucking times with a hammer before I go, oh, it hurts when you hit yourself in the head with a hammer, . Yeah. But it takes that many times. And some people are that way. A lot of us are that way. Not everybody. Takes what it takes. But it's great. [00:21:50] I go on tangents, I apologize. No, but it's great. No, this is [00:21:54] great because we're just bringing it full circle around everything that we've been talking about sobriety and just to bring it back to the spiritual portion. You're right. And when I was speaking earlier, I'm glad you mentioned that you're new. [00:22:05] The new person's not gonna understand what I was saying before, so that was really great. I'm glad you said that. Because it's super important. You never know whose life this conversation could change. And I think that's one of the things that you pointed out to me, you said, I don't know if you said it's your responsibility, but I feel like it's my responsibility because duty. [00:22:25] It's your duty. It is my duty. I've been avoiding that. And that's now I'm gonna, now I'm gonna fuck with you though. You should. Okay. Now I'm gonna fuck with you because you have made this amazing decision that you need to give back and you need to help others that have been through what you've been through, right? [00:22:44] Yes. The next thing you need to do, which is actually in a backwards order, but it's the next thing that that you need to do as well. Because I have to do it all the time. I have to have somebody that I'm accountable to as well. If I knew that was. I have to have somebody, and it doesn't have to be a sponsor, it doesn't have to be whatever, but you have to have somebody that you're accountable to because if you are helping somebody else and giving advice, they're going to put you in a spot at some moment in time that you don't know the fucking answer to their question, and it'll be disingenuous for you to make some shit up like we do as sales people to make it sound like, you know what the fuck you're talking about, to get 'em through something when maybe it's not really good advice because you can't relate or you can't, like you haven't been through it. But when we have other people that are in the same or longer stage of what we've, been going through or doing the steps or whatever it is, to be able to have somebody to lean on for that's the difference, right? It's just like a coach having a coach, right? [00:23:40] All coaches have coach all the good ones, right? All the good coaches have coaches, and those guys have coaches. I bet you a million fucking dollars. Ed Millet has a coach. He's got probably 10. Correct. Yeah. So it's the same thing in sobriety. If you're helping and coaching somebody along to, to become that version of themselves, they're supposed to be, you better have somebody coaching you too, so that you continuously get better to be able to help those people. [00:24:07] It's the same thing as coaching. And I figured you you'd buy in with the coaching analogy, I e a coach, but you know what I'm saying? But it makes total sense. And so that's my next challenge to you is that down the road you figure out who that accountability partner is, to be able to have [00:24:20] those conversations with, to be like, man, I'm of fucking stuck here. [00:24:22] Billy's telling me some shit. I don't even know what I don't even know what he is talking about. You know what I mean? And it helps for sure. Sounds like you just picked up some accountability. Yeah. Fuck . I figured I fucking volunteered myself by bringing this up. Yeah. [00:24:37] Here's the thing, and I'll be honest with you. It's pretty ironic that you bring that up because. I literally had this realization today in that meeting. As I'm listening to people, I'm like, almost exact. Why does my camera keep going out? Exactly. You got that weird zumi thing that like follows you. [00:24:56] Yeah. I don't know what's going on. Yeah. Follows you. Stop moving. Alright. So I had that thought today in the meeting. I thought, I ha I have to have somebody that I'm accountable to because if not, I may not do this thing right. Correct. I can't not do it. I've already done that. [00:25:12] I'm not gonna not do it right again. And I shouldn't say not do it. I didn't do it. I didn't do the second part of the program. . You're right. Yeah. The entire 12 step. Yeah. Yeah, exactly just skipped over that. But the entire 12 step, that 12 step is what keeps us sober. [00:25:29] Yeah. And so we mentioned dry drunk earlier yeah. I've done a lot of, I've done a lot of cool things in this dry drunk period. Yep. But dang dude, I know for sure. I can't even fathom what could have happened. We're gonna find out, right? How much better could it have been? Exactly. So much better. [00:25:47] And I've already seen that. And look, I'm not saying that I'm going to AA because I get something, I do get something out of it. I get the pleasure of sharing and helping other people in the room. And I also get the ab have ability to, hear other people's stories and learn from those experiences as well. [00:26:05] So it's multifaceted. I, I wanna be clear, this is not a this is not like an intentional thing. The intention is to do the 12 step, and that's the only intention. Yep. Yep. I love it. It's very fulfilling and rewarding to me just to be able to have this conversation with you again, to see somebody like yourself that has went through all of it and has come out and is still succeeding, right? [00:26:33] You're fucking, you're winning, right? You're not winning in spite of, or despite of anything. Like you're fucking winning already. But then to see you have that light go on [00:26:46] to be like, I could fucking win so much more if I was doing this right. Which goes back to we can never stop learning. [00:26:55] We can never stop getting better, right? The minute, like guys like John Maxwell, what is he? 197 years old and he is still fucking sitting up on stage and talking about still learning. Yeah. I don't know. Like I want to think that I can be like that when I'm 197, but it's hard to fathom that at a certain age. [00:27:13] I just go, fuck it. That's all I got. That's all I can get, but to like, to have that consistent mentality that you always need to be learning and you always to be able to win more and not win things, right? Yeah. Not win material things, but to just to be better and to live. It goes back to how do we live, right? [00:27:30] I was listening to a podcast on my drive home last night from the airport, and it was all about, it was all about living. And this person had this near death experience and they had these moments kind of flash and whatever, and they were like, did I live right? And this gives us that opportunity to live so that we don't have these regrets of man, I could have helped so many fucking people and now my time's up. [00:27:52] That's sad. I don't want to have that. I don't want to have that feeling at the end of the day. I want my kid to be able to write a eulogy that's not only did my dad love me and help me with all these different things that we did, but the amount of people that he helped and helped save their lives and put families back together. [00:28:12] That's his legacy. And I don't know if you mentioned this, you may have mentioned it and I may have just missed it, but your dad, was he recovering alcoholic as well? No. So my dad, my parents got divorced when I was seven, and that was when we moved in with my grandparents. So my grandpa became my dad. [00:28:29] My dad for all intents and purposes is out of the picture. I'd reconnect every once in a while and I was like that was a bad idea. And then, go back and forth, whatever. I don't think I've seen him for a decade probably. Which, Part of that's on me and it's not good. But then the other part's on him, fuck you. [00:28:45] And he'll probably see this, I think he follows me. I, one day I literally saw like on my YouTube channel, it was like subscribed and I was like, oh fuck, God. I bet that was uncomfortable. It was a little uncomfortable. Yeah, it was. So and I'm sure like, obviously we'll take this and we'll post it, wherever. [00:29:02] And so I'm sure, like it'll get fucking seen. But my dad my, my dad wasn't really in the picture that much. My grandpa was my grandpa drank and he drank a pretty good amount. [00:29:12] He definitely had alcoholic tendencies for sure. And he's the one that taught me to drink, right? Like he's, I, he's the person I, I drank beer with him when I was 15 on Christmas, right? [00:29:22] And I remember one of the lessons he taught me, I'll never forget this. I tell this story all the time, but he used to drink this shitty old style classic gold. You remember that in the fucking gold cans. And it was old style, classic gold. I don't know how long they made it for, but it was fucking garbage. [00:29:39] But he would buy 20, 30 cases at a time and stack up next to the fridge so that he could just always have the fridge, full. And I remember one Christmas, I was like maybe 16, and that was like on Christmas Eve. It was always okay to have drinks with the family. And I remember going and getting an old style classic gold and drinking it. [00:29:58] And I went up to my grandpa and I said, grandpa, you, this is te, like you can't even sip this beer. And he looked at me and he said, Eric, beer ain't made for sipping. And I was like, mother fuck, he's right. And I don't know if that's what stuck with me or not. It could have I'm definitely not blaming grandpa, but That kind of stuck. [00:30:21] And it was like none of this shit's made for sipping, like in my mind it's made to get me fucked up. Yeah. You wanna be like your grandpa, right? You looked up to your grandpa just like I looked up to my grandpa. So maybe by default. Yeah. What you said, maybe that is Oh, there was definitely some in my family. [00:30:38] I know my dad's dad was definitely a fucking drunk and he died, he never got sober. Nobody in my family has ever gotten sober. But then on the other side of it, like my mom and my grandma on that side don't drink at all. Never have. That's so funny. My mom's side almost identical. Like my sister. [00:30:56] My sister doesn't drink, never has. Yeah. Like she's got other stuff that she deals with, but like never drank. She's wild to me. Yeah, it's wild to me because like they definitely do not fucking get me. They don't understand me. And none of them are entrepreneurs either. So except my grandpa. [00:31:12] And he wasn't really an entrepreneur, he was just, he owned a business, right? But but he understood like doing it your way and figuring out how to figure shit out so you can make money, right? Cause I'm like what are we gonna do? I'm like, we don't have any money to go to the track. [00:31:26] And he goes, I'll figure it out. I'll go find some money. I'm like, the fuck do you mean you'll go find some money? And he is ah, I'll go find it. I'll go sell a couple reco jobs and we'll pick up a thousand bucks and we'll go to the track and go gamble. I'm like, okay. And he just always figured it [00:31:38] out. [00:31:38] But the rest of my family's no, you have to go to work at nine o'clock and then you work until five and then you get a 401k, and then when you're 65, you'll have $80,000 a year to live on. And maybe they'll give you a watch or an iPad and say, thank you so much for that. And it's fuck, I'll go buy my own fucking iPad. [00:31:57] You know what I mean? Like that. But that's but that's how a lot of people are. And I'm not shitting on it. Sure. I'm not shitting on it because we, the world needs those people too. It just isn't. It just isn't me and I don't understand it. And then they look at me and go, dude, you're fucking crazy. [00:32:12] Like you just did what? You just went and invested that much money that you don't even fucking have to try and do that thing. I invest other people's money that I don't fucking have all the goddamn time to try and figure some shit out. Yeah. Look, but it's, and your majority of people honestly are not like you and me. [00:32:30] If I had to guess. Most thank God. Thank God. Really? Yeah. Cause we'd have, it would be, it'd be a crazy world, but, and you're right, we do need those people. But when you're describing that and you're walking to me through that just now, like I just don bound up inside. Like I just cringes me to think that I would have to do anything from nine to five or better. [00:32:50] Yeah. For anybody tell me I gotta do anything between nine and five every day. Like I just, oh. But as business owners, We've all had that moment where we've went, man, I could really go for a job right now. Yeah, the hell with all this worry and strength. It's a lot. It's a lot more than people think. [00:33:10] Yeah. We all have that fleeting moment though. It'll usually only last a day or whatever it is. But we all have that moment. Paul and I talk about it. I'm like, how many times a week do you just wanna burn the whole motherfucker down? Dude, , right? Yes. We don't, and that's the difference between us and others, is that we don't, and we change our mindset and everything's cool, but if we're actually being honest, because most people aren't and they fucking lie and they pretend that everything's golden and fucking unicorns and rainbows. [00:33:38] But as entrepreneurs and business owners, we all have moments where we're like, do I know what the fuck I'm doing? Do I actually have a clue what the fuck I'm doing? Like I'm just gonna burn this whole goddamn thing down and go figure something out and work for somebody else. And then it flips. [00:33:53] And we're like no. Like of course I know what I'm doing, right? Like I, I've got this, whatever. And we trudge forward. And that's the difference between, I think that's the difference between successful people and non [00:34:04] successful people, is that the non successful people listen to that voice. [00:34:08] Yes. And the successful people don't. And they say, fuck you other guy. I'm going, right? I think that's, I think that's the difference, right? And I've failed at that. But I've succeeded at that too. It's the decision, right? At the end of the day, you just have to make the right decision, or I say the right decision. [00:34:27] You just have to make a decision. And lots of times that's where we get stuck, right? We will be pinging all over the place in our brains about all the million things that we've got going on. And it's that's when I wanna burn it down. I'm like, I wanna shut down. And I do, I wanna just burn it to the ground because. [00:34:41] And part of that, as has been because I haven't been treating the other part. So we still get that, whether you're treating it or not. I just get it a little bit. I've been having it a little bit more often. Yep. And that's part of the reason I don't like having those thoughts. [00:34:53] I don't like having the, I wanna burn it to the ground thoughts, the, and the other way that we keep from keeping those thoughts in our mind though. And again, I know that a lot of this shit is like redundant and a lot of people talk about it on different po and maybe it's just because you and I are doing so much personal development and growth and stuff. [00:35:10] Like we hear these things all the time, so we just assume other people are hearing them, but maybe they're really not. You know what I mean? Probably not actually. But I, yeah. But I think that one of the ways that we keep those thoughts from staying inside of our head is that it goes back to who we're surrounding ourselves with, right? [00:35:26] And if we're surrounding ourselves with people that don't fucking quit, Then we're not gonna fucking quit. I'll give you an example. My buddy Paul, who's literally my, one of my best friends, he decided that he was gonna go start this other business, right? He was gonna go start this other business in this other state. [00:35:50] I moved to Texas and say, absolutely not. I am not starting another roofing company down here. I don't have any desire to have another goddamn roofing company. I've got enough fucking problems with the one that I have. It's enough of a pain in my ass. I don't want that. I wanna focus on, working with guys like you and doing shows and blah, blah, blah. [00:36:07] That's what I want to do. Sure, shit. He goes and does that, and I go, what kind of a fucking idiot are you? You're being a pussy because you know that the thing that you are absolutely the best at is building a business, building people around you. And building a roofing company you've been doing since you're fucking 10, now you're in [00:36:30] Texas, you've got connections coming outta your ass. [00:36:32] You can literally have work thrown your fucking way, but you're being too big of a pussy to do it and to set it up. And because my best friend said, just went and fucking did it, I went, fuck you. I'm doing it too. So I literally incorporated a business while taking a shit on the toilet, because you can do that on Legal Zoom, right? [00:36:55] I literally, just to hold myself accountable, I got on legal Zoom in the toilet and incorporated, came up with my business name, did the whole thing, registered it, and in a week had my EIN number and everything sitting on the table. I'm getting space, I'm interviewing people tomorrow, and I'm starting this motherfucker up, right? [00:37:15] So I'm continuing to go forward because of the people around me, because they push me to make sure that I'm not holding back. And not reaching my potential, and that my friend is vitally important. Vital, it's such a big deal and everybody talks about it. And one thing that I'll say is there's people listening that say, that is easier fucking said than done Eric. [00:37:45] I wanna surround myself with these people, but they don't want to be around me. It goes back to if I want to spend time, with like high level, like I wanna spend time with an ed, my letter, I wanna spend time with an Andy for seller. I wanna spend time with a Sean Whelan or whoever, right? [00:37:59] Like just making her names. But what value do I fucking bring to these people? Like why the fuck, why would they let me in a circle? Of theirs. They wouldn't, like why there's no reason on the surface that they would, so I came home from a retreat about five years ago, and I had to write down everybody that I interacted with on a daily basis. [00:38:21] Okay. I had to write down every person that I interacted with on a daily, weekly, monthly basis, whether it's personal work like social groups, whatever it is. Every single person. Then I had to assign them a number. If they were below me at my level or above. Yeah. So the first part is of tough because like you don't wanna share that list, right? [00:38:47] Because your people on it and they're below you, or you think that they are right, but you count those numbers up, you count [00:38:56] those numbers up. And if I had, let's say 20 people on that list, everybody on that list was at or below my level of what I saw as my level say, quote unquote, right? [00:39:13] But I had people on the list, then I had to write the list of who's above that I want to spend more time with, right? And I picked out like those business owners or those people that have done more than me and that I wanted to learn from. And that's where you start. You don't start by going, I want to fucking be an Andy Fela circle, right? [00:39:37] You start by figuring out who's that business owner in your community that you can surround yourself with that knows way fucking more than you. And you start there and you say, I don't want anything from you. I'd love to provide you some value. If there's anything that I can do from you, I'd love to be able to learn from you. [00:39:56] And that's how you start. Because people love to help. And if you ask them to help because you wanna learn and you can maybe provide them something down the road, right? In value in reciprocating, in, in being a friend. Right now, all of a sudden, over the course of five years, I've went, right? And now I'm like, One, two degrees removed from an ED Mylet. [00:40:24] That's right. Does that make sense? You know what I mean? Yeah. So so for people listening, don't be intimidated and think that you need to go from here to fucking up here. You're not going to, you're delusional if that's what you think you're going to do, understand that. There's so many people in your community right now that are fucking right here and you're not. [00:40:43] So figure out who those people are and talk to them. Ask them if you can go to lunch, not to sell them something, but to ask them some questions and learn from them. And once they see that you're genuine and they, and that you're just, you're wanting to learn and be better, guess what they're gonna do? [00:41:00] They're gonna introduce you to the person that they're learning from up here. Yeah. And then you get to keep going. And that's what's fun. That's the journey. And that's how you get to those higher levels, right? Like I'm still working on it. Yeah. A hundred percent. And you don't wanna be at those high levels when you're not prepared. [00:41:18] What'll happen, right? You're looking like a fucking [00:41:22] asshole. Absolutely. And completely destroy any future possibilities that you may have. And you shouldn't be in those rooms until you're ready to be in those rooms. A hundred percent. Because they'll know if you're not supposed to be in that room. [00:41:32] Like it's relat obvious, right? Blatantly. We, you and I got to see a lot of that not to people on stage. We had a few people drop by our table. Yeah. . Absolutely. It's a pretty crazy conversations and Correct. You just know when somebody's talking about something that they don't know what they're talking about. [00:41:52] They don't know what they're talking about. But at the same moment, you and I both gave them fucking props internally in our head for the. Absolutely . And there was no judgment. Dude I'm, we're talking to you and me, but at the time there's zero judgment cuz we've been there. Yep. [00:42:09] We've been that guy at some point. We've been that guy. And so I know what that, what we also knew is what you were just alluding to was that when we started talking it was completely different. Oh absolutely. Yeah. It was totally different. Yeah. But you just know it. Yeah, you do. You just know it. [00:42:29] And if you're supposed to be in those rooms, but it doesn't mean don't stop fucking trying to be in those rooms. Incrementally. Get into those rooms, spend popular, unpopular opinion, don't give a fuck. Spend money to get into fucking rooms to learn. Yep. Spend money to get into rooms, to learn from people. [00:42:53] Because guess what? It's like going to the hotel has free breakfast and that's why you go to the hotel. Cause it has free breakfast. You wanna be hanging out with the other people that want free breakfast. So you gotta pay your way into these circles. And I like it or not, it is what it is. If you want to get around the big boys, you gotta pay to play sometimes. [00:43:10] And it is what it is. Until you can gain enough influence to be invited into these circles, you gotta pay to play. Yep. Yep. It seems gross in the beginning though. A little bit. It does. It, it made me feel very gross in the beginning because there was a joke in the beginning, like when I first became friends with Sam. [00:43:30] , me and Steve and Richard would joke and be like, man, you're my most expensive fucking friend. But here's what happened. I did that. It gave me an opportunity to connect with somebody. And now we are just actually friends. That's the difference. And it happened organically. [00:43:48] Yes. I paid to get into a sphere, right? [00:43:54] Yeah. But I didn't. But I, you can't pay to actually be somebody's friend. That's right. But here's, I wanna give everybody a quick tip too. So if there's somebody, let's just take Sam for example, right? Sam's fairly influential guy. If you wanna get around somebody like Sam, here's how you do it. Follow him online, comment on his posts. [00:44:15] Make sure he see you Don't even have, you don't even have to do, he doesn't have to know you, but he can get to know you if you start showing up, right? If you start showing up, like at meetings, start showing up and sharing people, get to know your name, guess what, it's magic. Same thing online, right? Yeah, a hundred percent. [00:44:33] Absolutely. And I'll be honest, I'm bad at that. I am too. I'm really bad. I'm really bad at that because I still have the I'll still have that. Are people judging what I'm saying? Moment. You know what, I gotta take that back. I actually don't, I actually do a great job with this at this point. I actually do a good job with this cuz I figure out who it is now. [00:44:57] Yeah. Now, but I have a system, I figure out who it is I want to do business with or whatever it is. Or maybe it's just somebody I just wanna be close to because like we're talking about, right? You gotta pour into those people. And I'll tell you one thing that the biggest mistake I think people make when they're talking to somebody that's influential is they ask them, how can I add value to your life? [00:45:21] So essentially what you're doing when you ask me that question is, you're making me think about how you can help me. Yeah. That's convenient for me. Absolutely not. And don't get a job. . Don't ask me how you can help me. You tell me how you can help me. Yeah. A hundred percent. No, I agree. [00:45:38] Yeah, a hundred percent. I agree with that. Yeah. You figure that out. You figure out what conversations bring value to them, right? And that's not, it's not easy. Nobody's saying that's easy, right? And it's not gonna be with everybody, right? Because you have to find your circle. That's it. Just because you want to be friends with Sam, or you want to be friends with Ed, or you want to be friends with whoever it is, doesn't mean that you should be right. Guess what? It may not even know that person. It might be somebody else that has the same stature that you're looking for, but you're [00:46:14] able to connect with them on a different level because of shared experiences. [00:46:18] I'm gonna take this a step further. I think that part is more valuable. Then being close. Okay, so here's an example. I've been into both of the other groups that worked. I've been in both of those groups. And the truth of the matter is [00:46:34] the chances of me being more successful talking to my local people than it would be for me to try to spout out a bunch of stuff in that group and expect to have to get closer to Ed Mylet. I'm better off getting closer to somebody that actually, knows who I am and wants to actually do business with me, or whatever the case may be, whatever it is there. [00:46:55] Ultimately, it all comes down to business, these groups. Does that make sense? It does. So now my reasons are different in this conversation about like those people, right? So my goal and just to be fair on every single podcast I do, whether it's mine or somebody else's, I throw this shit out into the universe because someone's gonna fucking see it, right? [00:47:18] Yep. So the reason that like I want to be able to have a conversation with an ed is not because I want to do business with him. It's not because I necessarily want anything from him. It's because we're filming the Roofers and Recovery documentary, and that documentary is going to help possibly thousands and thousands of people. [00:47:43] And I want Ed to tell the story about his dad on the documentary to give it more of opportunity to reach more and more people. So I'm literally, every conversation I have with people is, if you've got an in, I wanna send a trailer. Because the ask is, we want you to be able to help other people. [00:48:02] I don't want anything from you. I don't wanna be on your show. I wanna be on your show, but I don't wanna be on your show. I'm not asking you to be on my show. I want you to, I'm probably gonna make that happen for you. I want you to help facilitate this, right? That's the, I can make that happen for you. [00:48:15] I can make that happen for you. I don't know how quickly, but I can make it happen. Here's the other thing, dude. I sat in this chair exactly where I'm sitting right now, and I have never cried that hard. I don't know about ever, I cried so hard listening to that cause I told you I was in RTE and. Told that story to our group and I sat here and I baed my eyes out. [00:48:39] Yeah. When he told that [00:48:40] story. I understand exactly why you want to, when I heard it, and I bawled my fucking eyes out was at Roof Con last year. So that was one of the first times I think that he told the story publicly was at Roof Con last year. And I was sitting fucking up and it was me and Paul and like a few other people, and thank God it was dark. [00:49:04] And I am sitting there like in public with people. At least you got to be in your chair, right? . And I was bawling and I was like, God damnit. I'm like, this can touch so many people. And obviously he's gotta reach with, normal people and like he doesn't, he's not about recovering and whatever. [00:49:20] But that story is so powerful in our space that it has to be fucking told. In our space at least once, so that I can get it out to millions of people to be able to hear it as well. Because a lot of people in our space, and by our space, recovery space, right? And people that are in the depths of addiction that aren't out of it yet. [00:49:45] They probably don't know who he is. It's really funny. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Yeah. Because they're living in their world of drugs and alcohol and fucking whores and that's the world that they're living in. They're not living in the world of growth and development and the Ed Mylet of the world, right? [00:50:04] You go up to somebody and go, you know who Ed Mylet is? Who's fucking on a bender? Be like, what the, who are, what are you talking about? Is that the drug dealer? I don't know what you're saying. You know him, dude. So that's my thing because that's the value that I want to add to the world. [00:50:17] By being able to ask somebody that has influence to use that influence to help them not to help me. I'm not making money on this fucking documentary. I'm just shelling out tens of thousands of dollars to make it. Yeah, that make sense? Totally. Yeah, man, that would be, yeah, that'd be incredible. I, we could talk off air about how we could, anyway, so yeah. [00:50:37] That, dude, that would be, that'd be great if you could make Yeah, I, that'd be incredible. That story just, it's got me jammed up, dude, because it just ripped my, it ripped my heart out, ripped my heart out. Because it's so close to Yeah. It's close to us. It's close. Aa, right? [00:50:51] If you and it goes back to how we started this conversation. It goes back to this old man dying, wanted to help somebody in the last 15 minutes of his. And that's [00:51:06] how he'll be remembered. Yeah. Or you could be remembered as I got what I needed from you. Thanks. See you later. And you had the epiphany of that's not what I want. [00:51:20] And to be able to become that, like that's what I want to be. I want to be what he was. When I'm laying there, I would say you probably are, you're just not a hundred. But I won't be if I don't continue doing the work. A hundred percent correct. Cause it's, it would be very easy for me to pull off. [00:51:42] And again, back to what you said. People know who we are. People know who we are. People know what we do, people, people listen to us for whatever fucking reason, . But people, there are certain people that listen to us and care about what we have to say. And if we let our ego take that over, I have to, I don't, I think we maybe talked about this, but I have to, once a month, I have to, once a month I have to sit down and do a little self-aware ego check with myself, and I have to ask myself questions and say, okay, Eric, why are you going to speak at this event? [00:52:21] Why are you continuously doing these podcasts and paying the money that it costs to travel and do all this stuff and spending a lot of hard earned money to do this? Are you doing it because you want the fucking attention and it's your ego talking, or are you doing it because you genuinely want to help? [00:52:39] People. And I know that when it started, it was about helping people. But when you start getting attention feels good. And it makes your fucking ego open up even more. And if we don't, if we're not self-aware of that, to make sure that doesn't take over what we're doing, then you'll lose everything that you have because ego never wins. [00:53:03] Helping always wins. Your ego is not true of ego [00:53:12] that I wish it was by saying, but I took that for, I've heard it a million times, but it makes me laugh every time. , it's so true. It really is. Eric. Dude, this has been, it's been such a great conversation and it's interesting. I didn't, I don't think I, I don't think I, I don't think I started this call thinking I was gonna finish it or this podcast finishing it with an [00:53:32] accountability partner. [00:53:32] But that's how God works. Literally. Now, and this is not a joke. Like I had that thought today. I was, this is not a joke. Like I had that thought today. And then you bring that up. This is God working in my life and doing for me what I can't do for myself. Yep. Like you put me in this position live. [00:53:52] Yep. I have no choice but to say you did give me a choice, but I understand gift. I understand when God's trying to help me out. Yep. And I'm not gonna turn my back on that. So thank you. I appreciate that. Yeah. And here's the cool thing. I always end any conversation. When we're talking about recovery or talking about AA or whatever it is, right? [00:54:12] Because the God thing that you bring up is what usually scares most people away from recovery and the steps and whatever, because that word is in there, right? And a lot of people run away from that because they and I did. So just to be clear, I did as well because I still, to this day, I loathe organized religion. [00:54:40] Me too. Okay. And I have a lot of friends, like very close friends, that are the polar opposite of me, and that is a very strong belief system of theirs. And I absolutely respect it for them because it works for them, right? It doesn't, it just doesn't work for me. Because though I have this thing that I don't agree with organized religion per se, for a multitude of fucking reasons, right? [00:55:06] But I thought that meant that I wouldn't be able to do any of these other things because God was in them, right? So I was running away from it, but when I shut the fuck up and listened for a second, I realized that in our program, they let you choose your higher power and your God of your understanding. [00:55:36] I was like, wait, what? Wait, what do you do? I was like, I'm intrigued about this. And it was really cool that I got to sit down and talk with other people. Like I didn't just make up shit. Like they tell you like, oh, it could be a doorknob, boo, whatever. That's fucking stupid. But when you get to say I believe in the universe, I believe in energy, I believe in God, right? [00:55:56] Just to give people a look into me a [00:55:58] little bit. Like my spiritual belief system is very like in line with Native American. In what way? In the land and the water and the fire and the sun and the wind and the trees and the energy and the, like in the environment, right? There's something fucking to that. Now other people will argue and be like, yeah, it's called evolution asshole. There's the big bang theory and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And I'm like yeah, I understand that. But something triggered that. And there's some kind of energy, there's some kind of higher power, right? [00:56:33] Whatever you want to call it. I don't think that there's a fucking dude in the sky with a beard that's looking down and judging what the fuck I do. I don't necessarily believe that, but I believe that there is something greater than myself out. That has a part in all of this, in what we do. [00:56:53] And the other thing that I know is that I'm not him. Yep. I agree with everything you said. I agree with everything you said because, and I'm so glad that you brought that up about the god part because I actually I do view this as a universe, like that's who I, I don't, as you said, I don't think about it a dude. [00:57:12] I don't think about a person. We're all God. God is one, one as God and taught whatever you want, but things look, things like that have happened in our life don't happen by accident. Correct. It's not a coincidence. I don't believe you in coincidence. I think things happen for a reason. [00:57:27] There's a reason, there's a reason that I got saved, and I don't mean saved in the religious sense, like I'm fucking born again and whatever. I mean that there's a re there's a reason that I was allowed to continue. And not rot in jail, or not die in a car accident or not die from an overdose, right? [00:57:49] There's a reason that I was spared and that reason wasn't to be selfish and to be a pile of shit for the rest of my life and only think about myself. It was to give me an opportunity to give back help, and we have a duty to do that, and if we don't, then we squandered all that fucking shit that we went through. [00:58:16] It was all for absolutely fucking nothing. If we don't take it and turn it into something good. If you don't take it and turn it into [00:58:24] something good. If you're listening to this and you're somebody that has went through that shit and then everything that you do is for a selfish gain, you don't deserve to be here. [00:58:35] That's right. I'll just say it. I don't give a fuck. You don't deserve to be here. I wanna clarify one thing in there because you said you, you gotta help other people. But I want, I wanna be a little bit more specific because I, for years I've helped other people, but I wasn't helping other alcoholics and that Oh yeah. [00:58:51] That was the part that was missing for me. And I guess the reason that I kept it vague was because , there's other people that go through other shit that has nothing to do with alcoholism. Yes. That have went through these trials and tribulations of whether it's depression or it's, you know what I mean? [00:59:07] Or it's divorce or it's, whatever it is. You go through something like that. And if you don't take the lessons from that, and not only apply 'em into your life, but to be better. But then once you do that, cuz it, it is the old saying, right? You gotta use the oxygen mask for yourself first. [00:59:22] And then you give it to your neighbor, right? Yeah. But who's the prick that just keeps it on himself and doesn't give it to his neighbor after they're, okay. So it doesn't matter if you are in recovery, right? Like for you and I it that is what it is. That's part of it, right? Sure. But for o but for other people listening, cuz I'm sure you have a large percentage of your audience that isn't right in recovery for sure. [00:59:43] But they went through some shit too, and they still have a duty to figure out how they give back from the shit that they learn from. Because it's not all about you. You gotta take care of yourself first. Make your money right, take care of your family. And then once that's handled, start fucking giving back and start helping other humans because that's how you'll genuinely become fulfilled in life. [01:00:09] And it gets you outta your own way, right? Gets you outta your own way and health just for the period of time that you're at. Asking about somebody else or you're listening to somebody else's things, providing that you're actually listening, it does take you out of yourself. It gives you a almost a reprieve. [01:00:26] You can just, you have Yeah. You get it. Yeah. How, what's the easiest way to forget about your problems? Ask you about yours? [01:00:37] That's the truth. That's the easiest way to forget about your problems if you're fucking the old joke when we were kids. Oh, my head hurts. Let me punch in the dick. Your head won't hurt anymore. That's right. Same thing, right? Same thing. Same thing. [01:00:50] Yep. Yep. My analogies aren't quite the same as some other shows, but yeah. [01:00:54] That's alright. I'm sure. I'm sure everybody's gonna love that. Totally makes sense. Paint a picture. That's right. Paint a picture. Dude, Eric, thank you. I, dude, this has been incredible. I really appreciate this. This has been such a good conversation, and unless I've forgotten anything I'd love for you to make sure, I do want you to tell everybody where they can find roofers in recovery and tell 'em anything about yourself as well. [01:01:16] Where they can find Absolutely. Anybody that's looking for, so one, if you're in recovery and if you're in our space not to sound like a, like we discriminate, but we do we have a niche, right? And we want to help people in our industry, right? So if you're in the roofing space or the construction space, and again, that can be attorneys, PAs, actual roofers, salesman, owners, whatever. [01:01:39] If you're in the, if you're in the roofing storm or storm restoration, whatever industry, roofers in recovery, we are a nonprofit. We raise money every year to send people to treatment. But we also have a. And we have a community online and we have Zoom meetings twice a week where we all get together and then when we're in public places, like at a conference, we'll hold meetings at that event as well, like we did at Roof Con. [01:02:04] So I want people to know that resource is available and if you know somebody that needs help that's in that space, reach out to one of us and so we can figure out if we can help send them to treatment as well, right? So that's number one. Number two is obviously please check us out at be authentic or Get the fuck out, right? [01:02:22] I don't know if you see this right here. Yeah. This was my first business slogan that I put on the back of t-shirts was fuck fitting in. Stand Out Daddy and I put on the back of Dnm Roofing t-shirts as well. Swear to God, I just xed out the, like I made the c and exclamation point, but they're on the back of every worker's t-shirt. [01:02:46] Because I wanted everybody to know we do shit differently, we're going to stand out. And that was the basis of be authentic or get the fuck out. And every guest that we have on, if now it hasn't happened yet because I think people have figured out that like that, I'll sniff it out. And so it's never gonna happen. [01:03:03] But the intent was, is that if you came on my show and I sniffed that you weren't being authentic and you were pretending to be somebody else, I'll just turn the motherfucker off and I'll start with somebody else next. Never happened [01:03:16] though. Hasn't happened yet. Because people know who I am now. . And so if I invite somebody that like would have an inkling that they would be like that, they're like no, I'm good. [01:03:26] They won't, sorry. Yeah, they won't come on. So it's morphed. It's morphed into something other than that where like we talk about recovery like we did here today, but we also talk about business and leadership and all kinds of different things. I love hearing other people's stories about how they came from nothing and they became something. [01:03:42] And the other thing to end with that I love talking about, and the real purpose of my show was, is to take the time to learn about the differences in humans and figure out where the common ground is. And have, and learning what empathy really is in understanding somebody else's point of view. [01:04:04] I don't have to agree with it. But it is really cool if I can at least get to understand why you believe it, because then we can still be friends, right? Yeah. It goes back, I it's why I get so angry at just the state of affairs in the world today, whether it's in politics or it's fucking, c discussions and all that. [01:04:26] I am a hard line. Go fuck your mask and shove it up your ass. But I have people in my life that aren't like that and don't believe what I believe. But here's the thing. I love them and I respect them, and so I want to know where they're

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast
Trading Hayes, Fletcher Out, Torts and the Media

Snow the Goalie: A Flyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 83:03


Ant, Russ, and Bundy discuss Kevin Hayes' strong start to the season, how he's responded to John Tortorella's coaching, how much time Chuck Fletcher has left in his role, and who should replace him. Plus, was the Torts vs. the media outrage warranted? Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel here. Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/snowthegoalie Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @AntSanPhilly @JoyOnBroad @Ctherien6 @SnowTheGoalie Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

All Horror Radio
CASE UPDATE: The Moscow, Idaho Murders (11/30/22)

All Horror Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 32:57


For this episodes, Robin covers the heinous quadruple murder of the University of Idaho students in Moscow, Idaho. All updates as of 11/30. -------------------------------------------- Email us and share your personal story: info@wesawthedevil.comWebsite: http://www.wesawthedevil.com Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/wesawthedevil Discord: https://discord.gg/X2qYXdB4Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WeSawtheDevil Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wesawthedevilpodcast--------------------------------------------- We would like to thank our Executive Producers: Angelle BBrittany HWannabe SleuthBren W Emalie SYlana Dawn MFaye SChristy KAshley MShawna Cristi RIris DSRobinMaureen

Ten Cent Beer Life
BOAT RACED

Ten Cent Beer Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 68:14


Brian trolls Kyle because Ohio State lost. Browns wins, we don't talk about soccer. Like Rate and Review on iTunes! Follow us @tencentbeerlife on all social media. Email the show at tencentbeerlife@gmail.com Sponsored By: Jenkins Insurance in Tallmadge Ohio/ Drop D Pics Music: Switchblade by Bundy and the Spins --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tencentbeerlife/message

True Crime
Serial Killer Ted Bundy by That's So F*cked Up Presents

True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 95:17


Subscribe to That's So F*cked Up on iHeartRadio - https://ihr.fm/3i7UvRwSubscribe on Apple Podcasts - https://apple.co/3Udqo8DSubscribe Everywhere else - http://bit.ly/3XOoeQ2Welcome to That's So F*cked Up! That's So F*cked Up Presents is a spin-off series of That's So F*cked Up, a podcast about cults murder and other generally f*cked up stuff. In That's So F*cked Up Presents, each season is like a mini-series where we dive into a particular place or topic over the course of four episodes.In the first season, join your hostess with the mostest, Ashley, as she discusses four of Colorado's most notorious murders! This is That's So F*cked Up Presents: Colorado Carnage. In the premier episode of That's So F*cked Up Presents: Colorado Carnage Ash tells the story of infamous serial killer, Ted Bundy... but with a bit of a twist. Co-host former FBI special agent, author, TV host, professor and total badass Dr. Bryanna Fox talks about Bundy's psychology as we go through the story!-This show is currently on the "That's So F*cked Up" feed, but will be moving to its own "That's So F*cked Up Presents" feed!-Follow us @tsfuthepodcast on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and on TikTok @thatssoeffedupnews!Follow on Social Mediahttps://twitter.com/tsfuthepodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/tsfuthepodcast/https://www.facebook.com/tsfuthepodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@thatssoeffedupnews~~~~~~~~~~~Indie Drop-InAll content legally licensed from the original creator. Thank you to That's So F*cked Up for the great episode. You can find Indie Drop-In at https://indiedropin.comHelp Indie Drop-In support indie creators by buying us a coffee!https://buymeacoffee.com/indiedropinBrands can advertise on Indie Drop-In using Patreonhttps://patreon.com/indiedropinTwitter: https://twitter.com/indiedropinInstagram: https://instagram.com/indiedropinFacebook: https://facebook.com/indiedropinAny advertising found in this episode is inserted by Indie Drop-In and not endorsed by the Creator.If you would like to have your show featured go to http://indiedropin.com/creators~~~~~~~~~~~

QAnon Anonymous
Premium Episode 191: The Oathkeepers feat Left Coast Right Watch (Sample)

QAnon Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 6:41


Ferguson, the Bundy ranch, and January 6th. We track the path of The Oathkeepers — a right wing militia — and their leader Stewart Rhodes. Guest writers Abner Häuge and Michael Boorman of investigative outlet Left Coast Right Watch lead us into the storm. Subscribe for $5 a month to get an extra episode of QAA every week + access to ongoing series like 'Manclan' and 'Trickle Down': http://www.patreon.com/QAnonAnonymous Left Coast Right Watch: https://twitter.com/LCRWnews / https://leftcoastrightwatch.org The Absolute State Podcast: https://leftcoastrightwatch.org/podcast Music by Kobermann & Anahedron. Editing by Corey Klotz. New Merch / Join the Discord Community / Find the Lost Episodes / Etc: http://qanonanonymous.com

Ten Cent Beer Life
LIBERAL TEARS

Ten Cent Beer Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 59:44


The guys talk sports and some other nonsense. You know the drill by now. Like Rate and Review on iTunes! Follow us @tencentbeerlife on all social media. Email the show at tencentbeerlife@gmail.com Sponsored By: Jenkins Insurance in Tallmadge Ohio/ Drop D Pics Music: Switchblade by Bundy and the Spins --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tencentbeerlife/message

Jay's Analysis
Dahmer, Bundy & More: Mind Control, Serial Killers: The Deep State Connection - Chillerqueen + Jay Dyer

Jay's Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 113:48


The majority of the most infamous serial killers we know from the 60's, 70's, and 80's have some preocular similarities that seem awfully disturbing. Digging deep into their past, we uncover patterns that lead us to wonder if some of what our government was experimenting on in this era, left a wake of some of America's most disturbing characters. Besides the fact they are all serial killers, could their past reveal some sort of government mind control connection? Here to discuss further into this is the infamous, Jay Dyer.Jay Dyer is an author, comedian, and TV host known for his deep analysis of Hollywood, geopolitics, and culture. His graduate work focused on psychological warfare and film. He is the co-creator and co-host of the TV show Hollywood Decoded and has been featured in numerous popular shows, podcasts, and public debates. He is also the author of Esoteric Hollywood and Esoteric Hollywood 2. We take you deep down the rabbit hole my friends. Enjoy!

NASTY KNUCKLES PODCAST
Episode 93: Chris Therien | Bundy 3.0

NASTY KNUCKLES PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 69:40


Former Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Chris Therien joined the boys in studio this week to talk about his new book Road to Redemption and the Flyers 7-3-2 start to the season. Nasty Knuckles is an original show created by co-hosts, Riley Cote and Derek "Nasty" Settlemyre. The show will feature a mix of interviews, never before heard story-telling, hockey-talk, and maybe some pranks... The guys will bring in some of the biggest names in the hockey world all for your enjoyment! Make sure to check back every week as the guys release a new episode weekly! ► Follow the show on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NastyKnuckles ► Follow Riley Cote on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rileycote32 ► Follow Riley Cote on Instagram: https://instagram.com/rileycote32 ► Follow Derek Settlemyre on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dnastyworld ► Follow Derek Settlemyre on Instagram: https://instagram.com/dnastyworld

Psycho Schizo Espresso
Episode 25 - Psycho Killer…Qu'est-ce que c'est? With Dr. Scott Bonn

Psycho Schizo Espresso

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 77:06


The Night Stalker. Son of Sam. The Zodiac Killer. For centuries, serial killers have terrified and fascinated us in equal measure. But why? What is it about the Hannibal Lecters and Ted Bundys of this world that so captures our imagination? In this episode of Psycho Schizo Espresso, Bruce and @TheRealDrKev are joined by the criminologist and serial killer expert, Dr. Scott Bonn – a man who has actually sat down and eaten cheeseburgers with the Son of Sam, .44 Caliber Killer, David Berkowitz, and entered into extensive correspondence with the pure sadistic psychopath, Dennis ‘Bind Torture Kill (BTK)' Rader, who, for the past 17 years, has been under 23-hrs a day Supermax lockdown in Kansas - to talk about all things serial-killer related. Be warned. If you thought the last episode with one of the world's top forensic pathologists was chilling, this one kicks it up a notch and then some. Among other questions, Kev & Bruce ask: Does ‘evil' really exist or does everything just boil down to neurochemistry? In recent years, have terrorists and spree-killers taken over from “A-List” serial killers as our bogeymen of choice? What's with “Murderabilia”: Jeffrey Dahmer's glasses recently came up for auction for $150, 000? And, last but not least: Is it true that serial killers fart more than the rest of us? Well, you've heard of Jack the Ripper…You can listen to and watch longer episodes of Psycho Schizo Espresso AD FREE if you become a Patreon at www.patreon.com/psychoschizoespresso or subscribe on Spotify using https://open.spotify.com/show/1NAAT7tPbIaB9FbL4C648W or https://anchor.fm/pse-doubleshot/subscribePlease make sure you like, subscribe, rate, review and comment wherever you get your Podcasts from. To get in touch, please email PSE@PodProd.co.uk and follow the hashtag #PsychoSchizoEspresso and @TheRealDrKevPsycho Schizo Espresso is a Pod Prod Production. For more information, please go to www.podprod.co.uk

The Creep Off
Episode 138: Zumock vs. Bundy (This Ain't No Meet Cute)

The Creep Off

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 60:11


This week Karl and Vinnie make their nominations for creepiest "Chad" inadvertently creating the most important vote in Creep Off History: Our Podcast Hitman song parody contest begins, and we prove that ASMR has no place in True Crime Podcasting:  In the Scum Parade we meet a 41-year-old who is terrible at hide and seek, a Russian hero and a Male NurseCheck out the stories below and visit thecreepoff.com for links to our Patreon & SupercastMan 'poured urine through couple's letterbox and put poo on car' | Metro NewsFather who forced paedophile friend to dig own grave is freed from jail early | Daily Mail OnlineICU Nurse Christopher Lambros Had 'Dexter Collection': Cops (lawandcrime.com)California man arrested after hiding in woman's closet with knife and duct tape | Fox News