Listen: Michael Rosenbaum, ROB, Marcus Wexler discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum. This week's guest is he'd liked to be called this a bad ass. Rob. Would you call Michael? Rooker. A bad ass. Yeah, he was pretty tough guy. He pulled a knife out at the end of you had a knife on the podcast. He didn't whip it out right away. So much shit happens in this podcast. We learned so much about this guy. I think at first he was a little bit. We we know each other, but he was a little bit like, what's this going to be about? And we went everywhere, and I think I became a little bit of his therapist today as he became mine, that always happens with gas, but you know him as Merle from the Walking Dead yon do from guardians of the galaxy we worked together. I was Martin ex, I'm gonna have to throw that out there or how about Marcus Wexler from TNT's hit TV show Las Vegas that you watch that rob. I'm seeing a little bit of that. You're a liar. We talk about how crazy was as a kid, how he played chicken with a knife in his feet, getting paddle by his teacher in the first grade, knocking himself out. Out with a steel pipe was the only time he's ever knocked out and breaking every vertebra in his neck and his huge threshold for pain inside of you is brought to you by policy genius. What's policy genius, Michael. Well, let me just inform you that September the month that we're in right now. Rob yet it is national life insurance awareness month. Most people aren't even aware that like you had no idea and they have a month for everything. Now we'll heck. Yeah, they do, but I think life insurance is probably one of the most important things don't you. Like Bacchus reminds pretty important while that I'm yes, that's true. I think people's health and insurance is also up there. It's up there. It's below black has. Okay. In fact, most people aren't aware. They need life insurance, rob forty percent of people don't have it, which is kind of sad, isn't it? I don't have life insurance. You really don't. I don't.."