17 Burst results for "Paul Gilmartin"

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

Curious with Josh Peck

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck

"I think you should go it out I am a big fan checkout AIRBNB DOT COM Sasha animals to learn more that's AIRBNB DOT com slash animals to learn more so you from the Midwest Chicago what was it like growing up there very suburban safe neighborhood you could leave your doors open but pretty racist I grew up in the south suburbs and it's very segregated did Harlem no that's North Okay it's a homeward which is like one hundred eightieth south and just belotti racism racism not a lot of understanding of each other and it's going back there he is it's nice to see some of the people but some of them I just don't have the tolerance for that and more have had on friend a couple on facebook is there just the funny thing is is most of them are devout Catholics yet weird yeah facebook is basically a running tab of how racist your childhood friend Tim beyond right away Louis is it's the it's the place to find out who hasn't ground yes and you told this great story When you interviewed Teresa Strasser on your podcast about how you always remember this moment of when Your Dad put you to sleep as a kid and would carry you and you would kind of like this racy Gracie pause adorable dog just in case you hear in the background but how you would hit like a part of the ceiling ceiling every time he would take you to bed and then someone had advised him that maybe he shouldn't be taking you tom your mom was afraid that because of my dad's drinking that he was going to molest me which is the you know I give my mom props for coming forward and apologizing for that years later because I didn't know I it it stopped my dad was a pretty distant guy to begin with really lost in his own head abusive unless you consider neglect by former abuse which I guess it it is sure all the material things were provided for made sure I got good grades you know the bills were always paid stuff like that but it turns out my mom was too creepy so that brings me to the idea of like I always it seems as though for for many of us we operate with some level of impunity during our adolescence right that the neuroses and and sort of the mm-hmm the discomfort of of you know our of adulthood sort of doesn't creep in till hopefully at least our teens.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcome to episode four zero seven with my guest. So FIA Alexandra Paul Gilmartin. This is the mental illness. Happy hour normally give you guys bunch of bullshit upfront about where you can find this. And that and I was going to give you some updates on my life and stuff like that up front, but I'm going to do that after the interview, and I just want to read this thing that was written by a former guest. Her name is Colegio bozo. And she's in the movie the S word, which is about. Suicide and suicide survivors, and she wrote this thing that is just so beautiful. I wanted to read it, and it's an excerpt from book that she and some other people are putting together on she's a co editor of it. It's called we'd been too patient in theology of voices from radical mental health, and that's supposed to be out in the summer of twenty nineteen from North Atlantic books through penguin Random House and. The piece she wrote is called. She wasn't crazy. And it goes is that we're supposed to say. And it goes a little something. Like this goes, she wasn't crazy, but the world had a way of making her feel so you try being a black Goth girl in Stone Mountain, Georgia, she liked vampires and Morrissey and how the darkness wrapped around her like a warm familiar blanket. She was always too sensitive and reactive felt every feeling at high voltage. She wasn't crazy. But she said, whatever the fuck she wanted spilled words spilled words from her lips like red wine on the white carpets. She left many stains. They called her crazy k and it stuck she never slept. She crawled up fire escapes to hang off the edge longingly looking down she flirted with death. She wanted to know if she let go if she would be free. She imagined the place where all people loved her. She wasn't crazy. But when grandma the ultimate matriarch who kissed her thick I lined. Case. And marveled at her choice of combat boots with fish nets died the darkness welled up and started choking her. She wanted to stop the world and get off when the world ends. But you're still alive. There is something crazy about that. She was thirteen when she wrote her first suicide note, it was on a post it. She wasn't crazy. But succinct as fuck she wasn't crazy. Just honest. She didn't want to live. She got messy, and a friend found the note and called her mom, all her mom could say is why why why why why baby the words left her was she crazy, but she didn't feel crazy. They stripped her down like an animal took her shoelaces put her on suicide watch while she squirmed on an uncomfortable cop. She felt crazy then the psych ward for kids smelled like every hospital bleach with the stench of death and disappointment even in this place. There was psych ward hierarchy they separated the kids the frail looking teens never made eye contact..

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"So i love talking about it just because usually when i do and when we've done episodes of this podcast like the one with andy richter about depression or when i've done other people's podcasts there's a great podcast you should check out by comedian em paul gilmartin and it's called the mental illness happy hour and i i didn't episode tidy too i think i've only done one episode but he really i mean his whole pied cast revolves around mental illness and it's fascinating and he has a lot of comedians on so there's you know some levity but they're episodes that are really heavy and really deep and he's really doing a great thing for mental illness and i highly recommend checking it out but yeah like i was saying i love talking about it it's one of my favorite things to talk about you know i love movies i love photography i talk about i on us love talking about mental illness i wish i could just ray so much more awareness for this and make people realize that they're not alone because oddly enough a lot of people it's very alienating when you're having mental issues whether it's depression anxiety or panicked panic attacks it's super alienating and it's an it feels very specific to you even even once i realized i was having panic attacks i still felt like you know nobody really knows how this feels you know i'm having this panic attack but i know people suffer from this stuff but this.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Well we're gonna market down for good doing a good job and you don't have to have medicine for that part of your brain i think okay so the polls for today's show should there be different murderers for teachers policeman gay have murder each other you save money yeah teachers versus cops out on the yard ones on one side of the ard the others on the other side the prison yard and you open the gate like kentucky derby and they'll take it yes and the teachers have rulers and dry dryer racers and the cops have a doughnut in a billy club what happens everybody holds their favorite grab your favorite here we go yesterday's poll was have you ever hooked up with someone who's personality you hate it paul yes what's that like 'cause it's i didn't realize it until after we had sex and she said something racist and i went of jesus that wasn't just pillet yeah but that i mean i get that and that sucks but i'm talking about before you had sex they said the dumbest thing maybe not race it i don't know if i could deal with racism but but they said them things like i had this guy when i was in high school we hooked up and i thought he was air aganst and it was his full of himself but he was charming and i was attracted to him and i i hated his guts but it was so much fun to hook up isn't that funny it's it's the worst that's what's great about the the movie broadcast news it's so perfectly captures that your body wanting one thing.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"No right in the chin kick does you know is there tell on one of these people are they you know the jekyll and hyde situation he wants to be light so you know what was he like on the interview to get the job right not starting fight clubs we had a pervy sixth grade teacher my catholic grade school name names names i don't wanna i don't wanna say he he was so competitive we would play the hockey game the board hockey game like the hockey version of ball right and he was competitive like he wasn't eleven year old without if he lost him and like bragged about things in his life and how's the principal nut seeing do you know what i mean like how're other teachers not seeing this how how is this person existing in an thority job consistently did it win another teacher wasn't around he would wait to out you know what i mean i don't know but he was very touchy feely with the girls that sent multiple what massages and stuff yeah yeah they don't fall and he was the track coach so he would use it under the guise of you know they had cramps or whatever it's always massages would come up behind them in clash and rub their shoulders my husband had a teacher who did that it's always with the massages murder murder in what was that teacher what they teach that you need a massage massage class which was so ironic that i still like it it seems inappropriate and i guarantee this teacher says oh that fight club us trying to make friends that means he's cool with the cool.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Agree yeah because you it is you think that they can just do it and you you're so skit who's going to who's going to go against the cop you're going to one of them to tell on one of them yeah i'm into paying cops more paying teachers more but then you also come with more responsibility like putting your hand down people's pants equals murder can you handle that and if you're just too shocked by the idea get out to argue because it's like well in what place would i be well you know if you do it once it's like there's not like one ounce of justification on his side but here's a substitute teacher in connecticut he faces mall ready murder what are you doing with your life he faces multiple charges after he was accused of running a fight club among his student okay that yeah you know what they're doing it on their own make it like having a dull present he'd have the kids would take their cell phones and record the clogs he's an idiot and he does not do wanna give christmas presents he says quote the truth is i'm an idiot and wanted to befriend them oh that's that's gross pathetic i think that should be mortar when a goes the cops and teachers some of those kids needed to but i didn't know i couldn't text my deck you supposed to talk to them not down to this mimeograph you're you're supposed to do all school now or you put this teacher in like a live ufc match maybe something like that but you don't just okay well i didn't now i know i wanna know what this teachers like outside of the fight club because lonely it but it's just interesting like when he's down there in fight club mode is he the hulk all of a sudden is he just a nice english teacher math teacher whatever when he's not yelling.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Ranasinghe school of three thousand kids and could've lended in and he took us to his office and he said i know that smell it's like cabbage cooking and he said give it to me and i said i don't have anything he said don't make me reach inside your pants get it and i thought he could so he sent the cops told me i cannot do that against the oh make me and so i pulled the weed out and gave it to him and of course i told my dad it was a friends a grown adult don't make me come put my hand into your as you're saying it you faulk that sounded weird how do i do that calling english teacher right but i i didn't know that he couldn't do that if he wanted to write but this the cop that is you know checking this guy's whole body out he knows he can't i don't think i'm exaggerating when i say i am very very fine with murder in this situation with cops going above and beyond all the power and us not knowing the power you have like like i can't picture me going that is my underwear and there's no way you know i just thinking well let's hope this equals out until a couple of tens of thousands for me because well then that just means that you don't believe that people can be cured of certain diseases and and mental illnesses apparently if there is a lengthier sentence for harming a police officer there should be a lengthier sentence for a police officer harming somebody.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Now i mean she's good that was said with some chilling you know she couldn't stay in this is it impossible to not roll your eyes when you said i hope she's good i think you notice those rolling my whole face why did you make the jack off symbol when you just i'm new to the studio some just trying to get my bearings was your voice divorce amicable it was it was i mean there were certain lee lots of intense feelings on on both sides but we went to a mediator and it took five minutes well because we were both reasonable and we both do still love each other and we wanna remain friends so i think we got through a very painful situation as best you could you got the dinner she got the movie it's like i know i didn't just say that but she working also yes yes she's she's worked pretty consistently for for a while do you still talk or would that be too painful no we do we do talk because we share a dog still the dog lives with her we had to one died last year lots of stuff happened last oh twenty sixteen twenty seventeen were just so weird twenty sixteen got divorced cubs win the world series donald trump becomes president just would even begin where do you even begin sounds like your divorce sounds like just if you would told me that in fifteen and august was twenty seventeen my dog too but yeah it was it was a bizarre this twenty eight year marriage do have to up your meds when that breaks and the dog dies and trump becomes president i.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Just let me know ahead of time so i'm not surprised so why does key think he's immune from for this like if he was a different person he would have warned me from him three different times warn myself i mean i don't know that the same compassion that makes me friends at other people keep from friends with you the way if there's plenty of advice for me in my marriage that i could have given to me but i'm good at giving it to other people of course so it's out when it comes to me you can't see that necessarily but i can see these other mother fuckers and jenny say goodbye jenny your ex no honestly i never got to know my ex's name it's one of those things it's a hassle it won't be so much hassle it's just we got to the point where it's like i should definitely know your name by now yes and then it's too late actually you know she's the plaintiff went from baby to plaintiff make him say my name your honor our why is it on one of these favor it's important i don't see her days the names between baby and plate of that are the most difficult that's who you gotta live with thanks for working this out with me baby hit me baby one more time though i see i'm seeing those reoccurring moments on social media of course and right now is is about the it'll be almost a year that we were separated you actually have a date in your head of this when we separated.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"So why change why change things up you know you know he's got a you know kind of alpha male personality a good sense of humor he gets shit done i'm trying to let myself as relaxed yeah why would you why would you fuck with that it's you really don't need to do anything until you're standing on a bridge or you're in the fetal position and if you're on a bridge indefeasible position really need help what's the biggest breakthrough that you had where you went wow probably my first therapy okay yeah at like twenty four twenty five and then over ebay first time in therapy yeah was it like auden even i can talk about anything yet it was a revelation because i thought i'm going to be judged on the freak nobody else is like me they don't understand me and one of the first thing she said was you are so hard on yourself and i'd always thought i wasn't hard enough on myself so it was almost all of the breakthroughs that i had in recovery or therapy or whatever have been the realization that things are actually the opposite of what i thought they were which then make sense that i was but my head into a wall what is it was it in therapy that you realize that your mom was sexually inappropriate yes that was the first big revelation of besides you're too hard on yourself in the how that must be an i know this will sound silly because of course it's terrible it's terrible as it is it's family as it is but i picture saying about your family maybe not even spelling things out other people and no respect your elders family first op.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"I have the decency to do it in the parking her go to the roof parking were nobody is and now at went on and on and i never get auditions and it's like all of us in its is steven soderbergh movie i'm auditioning for so i as a super excited and i do this uh republican character sometimes for for comedy and i thought this case perfect for this audition this this part is perfect for this this guy and i'm like there's nobody more perfect for this i'm going to get this it's steven soderbergh it's probably going to be an awardwinning movie that parts going to be but i'm probably going to get an award for the then i i'm yet ripping imagining might not only me giving an award speech but me arguing with people the next day i forgot to include in my speed wall i'm waiting to go in on the fucking audition and and i go in there and on mohora bowl horrible i don't even get a call back i feel so good i know that i'm not alone because i've had like i've had those same fantasies and mike have thought about like what i wear a tux or whatever the road ruin like and take myself through the whole thing absolutely and then you like then you get the call like dactually they they didn't even say about audition they acknowledge that you others and tried to find out and they don't remember you are in line and just say now that moment you had for those view never heard a paul gilmartin or the mental illness happy hour that's basically like what your show is is having these moments of being painfully honest and yes and i should have mentioned sorry earlier you're also standup comedian you been on television a million things that wisit dinner and a movie that was the thing that probably most people know me from yes comedy central halfhour and stuff like that of and kristan that they're anymore um yes when i'm not a doing anything i'm at the christian science reading room oddly enough i read through a monocle.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Right and i liked that though i like the royal duck great big thank you to paul gilmartin his show is called the mental illness happy hour of course that will be linked up in the shown notes for this episode and if you enjoy this don't forget to thank paul on twitter we'll have that linked in the show notes as well tweeted me your number one take away from paul gilmartin i'm at the art of charm on twitter i'm also on instagram at jordan harbinger and as usual we have worked sheets for today's episodes you can make sure you've got all the key takeaways from paul gilmartin this one of course a lot of deep stuff feared a lot of stuff you can readily apply even if you're not sure how or where to start that linked to the work sheets is in the show notes at the art of trump dot com slash podcast also want to encourage you to join us in our challenge at the art of charm dot com slash challenge the challenge is about improving your networking and your connection skills and inspiring other people to develop personal and professional relationships with you it's free it's a great way to get the ball rolling get some forward momentum and apply to things you're learning here on the show to your life every day will also send you are fundamental toolbox that i mentioned earlier on the show which in clues great practical stuff ready to apply right out of the box on reading body language non verbal communication influence persuasion tactics and everything else that we teach here on the show and at the art of charm this will make you a better networker a better connector and a better thinker that's all at the art of charm dot com slash challenge this episode of the art of charm was produced by jason to fillipo jason sanderson as our audio engineer and editor in the show notes on the website are by robert fogaty transcriptions by transcription outsourcing dot nets i'm your host jordan harbinger if you can think of anyone who might benefit from the episode you just heard please pay us the highest compliment and pay it forward by sharing this episode with that person it only takes a moment and great ideas are meant to be shared so she other show with friends and enemies leave everything and everyone better than you found them.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"It's impossible to overstate the importance of finding out what principles you want to live your life by and seeing how you can integrate those into your life welcome to the art of charm i'm jordan harbinger and i'm here with producer jason to filipo on this episode we're talking with paul gilmartin he's the host in producer of the mental illness happy hour podcast funny name for a really introspective an interesting podcasts he's known for brutal honesty authenticity and transparency it's a bit outside our usual fair today but this is informative nonetheless and in an enjoyable well in its own way conversation we'll explore the ripple effect that a traumatic childhood can have on the life of an adult and what we might do to move forward from this and will discover the role that social intelligence and a code of ethics plays in guiding behavior that might otherwise be clouded by emotion there's a lot here a lot of it is very personal to paul and because of that is much more useful than generalities and sort of general selfhelp tips in advice so enjoy this episode with paul gilmartin and of course we have the work sheets for today's episode in shown on so you can make sure you solidify your understanding of the key takeaways here today that link is in the show notes at the art of charm dot com slash podcast paul thanks for coming back on the show man and has been several years and i wanted to think we're a better place now let's both tell ourselves that yes i feel like it's really easy to look back on old work and say that was crap you're comedian do you did that yourself all the time i feel like i did it to myself all the time did so painful sometimes to go back and listen to old shows it kills me because i added them i have to do it i actually started coming up with a character in the podcast called mean dj voice which was the voice in my head when i would be reporting that was jewish shouting at me or this is shit what are you doing this is awful nobody cares about this and so i started introducing new listeners to this voice in my head in almost everybody related because almost every.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"No less i don't know and now has we price all right wendy so just to repeat the question if i got it right it's how to protect your listeners is a military the military psychologist in dealing with tough topics that military folks experience right take it the right so how do we protect how do we protect our listeners at the tough one you will see that yeah i mean i actually wool talked about a podcast that i was a guest on cub the mental illness happy hour and they feel like gum it the host is paul gilmartin any does interviews with various artists in all kinds of people about their own experiences of mental health and i feel like he's good about providing resources and like further information people can get and just like sort of giving a push in around like if that episode might be triggering or you know he'll like sort of do a trigger warning before certain types of content so kind of just giving your listeners that sort of and support around what they might be about to listen to or how they might be feeling after the episode and giving them like may be additional resources or a place they can turn so they're not sort of just left on their own with whatever they just heard i would add for terrestrial we have a facebook group that.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcome to episode three sixty one with my guests mark and sonia were cd we're going to talk about ptsd i not only in general but in the military were mark served and sonia did as well in she is now a therapist or attack about supporting your partner with ptsd him we're also going to talk about sexism in the military uh that she experienced uh when she was when she was in their lot of stuff it's a it's a really really good episode so you you've picked a good one what i'm saying is don't abandon me please please stay i'll be better this is the metal illness happy hour in their mining well my name is a with high from that night i'm not caring for this at all my name was paul gilmartin what is this show mental illness happy hour it's part interview slash conversation on the other part is me reading either emails from listeners or very often a listener confessions through the surveys that uh people fill out on the on the website i am not a therapist i am not a mental health professional the shows not meant to be a substitute for that i barely functioning as a human being why would you look to me for advice now that i think of it you have made a mistake turn right around and go back to where you came from no in all seriousness though this is ah the shells not meant to be a substitute for a for metal counseling um but uh i am fucked up and i think that.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcome to episode 350 to with my guest a caitlyn doty who is a mortician and a best selling author my name's paul gilmartin this is the medal illness happy hour a place for honesty about all the battles in our heads for medically diagnose conditions past traumas and sexual dysfunction to everyday compulsive negative thinking other shows not meant to be a substitute for professional metal counseling i'm not a therapist it's not a doctor's office it's more like a waiting room that doesn't suck at the website for their show was mental pod dot com uh go there check it out a fill out an anonymous survey may be will reach your survey on the show joined the forum there's lots of likeminded people in the forum um there's all kinds of things you can do on the website um there's there's a tilt to worth on the website don't ask me how don't ask me how we got it there la podcast was amazing this last week and i had so much fun um i i there is nothing like a community of people that listened podcast it's unlike any other um in a doing stand up for years and being on tv and all that kind of stuff i would meet people that followed my work but nothing really compares to people that listen to you when you podcast because there's um maybe it's the subject matter maybe it's the nature of having somebody in your ears that feels so intimate but um.

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"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"paul gilmartin" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcomed episode three thirty eight with my guest chelsea frank a we're gonna talk about being fat shamed by parents on bullied at school a talk about eating disorders and uh this great episode i might name maybe i should start off by introducing myself i'm paul gilmartin martin in this i don't like the way i said my name there as weird i got a little selfconscious i'm paul gilmartin and this is the metal illness happy hour the place for honesty about all the battles in their heads from medically diagnose conditions past traumas and sexual dysfunction to every day compulsive negative thinking the shows not meant to be a substitute for professional metal counseling i am not a therapist uh this is in the doctor's office it's more like waiting room that doesn't suck half the show is interview and the other half is me reading confessions on an secrets from listeners uh through the surveys the people fill out and honestly online um i want to remind you guys a la pod fast is soon approaching off semi soon couple months away a tober six through eight la pod fest is can be happening downtown la and for people who are monthly donors of through patriotic on i have a booked a hotel room that hybridity raffling off offer monthly donors so uh a probably announce in the next week or two exactly how that's that ravellis is going to take place but it's an ice hotel it's the millennium hotel in downtown la.

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