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Don’t perpetuate these western schemes but I can’t stop laughing at
The shortsightedness of childhood dreams where we’re all young astronauts.
The truth is it sucks being young and in love.
When you’re old you’re just bummed that you’ll never be happy enough.
Greg Kashmanian is back on the show as my guest this week. He had some things he wanted to get around to.
Dave Johnson is one of Paul's bestest friends in the whole wide world. Hear Dave talk about the time he took down a dickhead.
This podcast turns one year old so I brought my girlfriend, Audriena Comeaux onto the show to talk about the progress I have made with my temper.
Rick Wood comes by the show to give Paul some therapy.
Jessica Salamanca is on the show. She talks open and honestly about her mood disorder and the steps she's taken to manage it. She also tells us about the tale of the spoons and other worldly advice anyone can benefit from.
Adam Cozens is on the show. Adam went through a lot growing up so tries to live on the bright side. However, it doesn't stop him from having fantasies of violence to cope with his anger.
Also, cool bouncer stories.
Matty Chymbor is on the show. We talk about how to handle people in the service industry and times we have made a scene in public. Matty says, "Get your ducks in a row before you open your mouth."
Brodie Reed is on the show to bring me chill vibes. He is very relaxing to be around.
Toby Muresianu is on the show. We talk about the nature of the roast battle and the etiquette of stand-up comedy. We also talk about the things that make Toby mad.
Ryan Pigg is on the show. We talk about the importance of voting, how entertainment media is bullshit and why the world is going crazy in the wake of the recent police shootings. Not a preachy episode. I promise.
Sela Shiloni is on the show. He isn't short tempered. He's easily annoyed.
Jason Baker is on the show and I am getting worse at writing episode descriptions. Thankfully, I'm getting better at conducting interviews.
We are all social political like a motherfucker with Derrick Lemos on the show. Also, slamming doors is a big no-no for Derrick.
Christina Marie Leonard is on the show and the train of thought she has is taking all types of detours. She's got stalkers. Her parents are republicans. I was high when I did recorded this. Rejoice!
Adrienne Airhart is on the show to talk about the peeping toms and jokes thieves that piss her off. We also discuss how tidiness can lead to peacefulness.
Laura Crawford is on the show. We talk about burning through your anger as quickly as you can instead of stewing in it. We also talk about how most anger is brought on by hunger, exhaustion and feeling cold.
Kasey Koop is on the show and she is amazing. Her and Paul talk a lot about the psychology of anger. How it gets passed down and whether it can be hereditary. Also, tough love is bullshit.
Peter Stoia. He talks about the abusive nature of his grandfather and the effect that had on his psyche. He also shares his love of music and how that has helped him cope with his anger.
Harry Valentine is on the show. Harry doesn't get upset. He doesn't even remember the last time he lost his cool. He wonders whether or not he is a robot. Harry is not a robot but he can teach a lesson in how to keep your cool. There's also comic book discussion towards the end.
Matt Wells is on the show. Things discussed on this episode:
-Getting cheated on
-Catharsis in creativity
All this and more.
Angela Greco is on the show. We talk about how being a child of divorce affected her. We also talk about how a long, arduous relationship sent her from a farm in Houston to a farm in Madison and all the fury that came along with it.
Nicole Villela joins the show. We talk about what it is like to struggle with clinical depression, how to use anger as a positive resource and entitled straight white males.
Danielle Soto is my guest. She talks about pranks she pulled on people as a teenager that were borderline mean. Then, we talk about the frustration of being labeled before capping it off with a great story about cattiness in the city of Boston.