July 30, 2019
Aired: 7/30/19, 1640AM, ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Terry Fossum is the Most Interesting Man in the World. We discussed his role as Executive Officer of an entire group of nuclear B-52 bombers, how he managed to win the reality TV program "Kicking & Screaming" and his accomplishments as a family man. We also touched on politics (sort of), racism, first-responders, the Boy Scouts of America, symbolism, poverty and a few other miscellaneous items.
Thank you for your service and a great show Captain Fossum. God Bless the U.S.!!
July 23, 2019
Aired: 7/23/19, 1640AM, Ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Andy Brown is an interesting guy who has faith in bitcoin's inherent, current and potential value. Andy explains his knowledge of the digital currency and his personal investments. He also shares his thoughts on how bitcoin is capable of revolutionizing the financial industry, in part by providing wealth access/management opportunities for all people throughout the world. In addition to bitcoin, we discussed Elon Musk, Tesla, Nueralink, Pioneer Day and bit of Utah history.
Turned out to be a great show, but I'm pretty sure I still don't understand a thing about bitcoin. But if Homer and Lisa predicted it, well . . . that's good enough for me.
July 9, 2019
Aired: 7/9/19, 1640AM, Ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
After being brutally attacked in 2008, fellow Skidmore College grad and EmoryUniveristy Language Professor Christine Ristaino transformed her life. Within days of the attack she was repeatedly asked questions regarding her assailant's race, which drew her ire (and curiosity) and inspired her to originally write a book about racism. But the project took a turn when she unwittingly came to terms with violence from her past, which lead to full disclosure, growth and enlightenment. Her book All the Silent Spaces is an amazing memoir which eradicates the stigma often felt by victims of sexual violence. Thank you Christine for sharing your amazing story. Your courage is palpable.
July 2, 2019
Aired: 7/2/19, 1640AM, Ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Malcolm Lemmons joined me from Washington D.C. and shared his remarkable "hoop dreams" story. While playing professional basketball overseas, Malcolm found the time to transform himself into a writer/author which provided a creative outlet for him. He's published "Lessons from the Game", hosts The Players Podcast and is the founder of Players Point, a brand consulting firm for athletes. We talked about his remarkable life, the NBA summer league, the Utah Jazz, stardom v. the journeyman, patience and philanthropy. Great "lessons" coming from a 27 year-old!! Keep it up Malcolm.