In this episode, Joe takes the mics to the mats as he interviews his fight instructor James on discipline, depression, and the life lessons one learns when getting kicked in the face, even by a friend.
In this rude and crude yet thought-provoking episode, comedian Chris Ettrick gives us tools for how they personally deal with adversity -- from intolerance to unpleasant work situations -- and how they manage to remain authentic to themselves. With each subject they touch on, Chris offers a (mostly) sober and yet sometimes unexpected perspective. If you've ever wondered how a conversation between a gender pronoun user and skeptic would go, give this episode a listen.
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What’s it like getting older? What is there to look forward to? What do we miss about being younger? Ben and Joe discuss how they feel about being 30 and some of the realities of getting older. There are trade offs to aging, just like everything else, and it may help some people to reflect on these trade offs and notice the things to be happy about. Tune in to listen to talks about anit-aging “techniques,” diet, exercise, feeling grumpy, the “happiness U-curve,” and general ranting banter.
Elle Stanger aka StripperWriter is back this week to help teach us how to better listen to our partner’s sexual desires. Listen for tips on how to relax, how to pay attention, and specific advice on techniques that everybody enjoys. They also discuss questions such as what is the difference between sex and love? Is sex an expression of love? How do you ask for what you want in bed when it feels uncomfortable? What can cis-straight men do to be more appealing to cis-straight women? Check out some answers to these questions and more on this week’s episode on sexual pleasure.
Louie Dominion is back with more dirtbag financial advice that can probably help pretty much anybody, even a saint. Louie helps solve the credit debate and suggests the best ways to look out for yourself in terms of a career, regardless of if you are in high school or are in the middle of trying to change industries.