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Now displaying: March, 2018
Mar 27, 2018

Graphic web designer and drumline instructor, Matt Rice drops by the podcast to talk about emo music, Short Answers, keeping your friend groups separated by genre, Oxnard, getting tricked into leading a drumline, salvaging a plumbing website, forgiving bad music, comments sections, assuming he's wrong, political opposites, relative anonymity, tailoring messages, deleting Reddit a few times a week, feeling so small in the Universe, being an INFP, judging people, Kardashian Kulture, feeling like nobody likes you, Schrödinger's friend, Myspace's Top 8, The Catcher in the Rye, spiritual extremism, certainty, the (always) pending nuclear war, whether he's a brain in a vat, Polar Bear Club, and the tall, attractive people of SLO.

Mar 20, 2018
Business owner and makeup artist, Jenn Hix swings by the podcast to talk about coffee shop shows, voices she'd rather never hear again, chewing sounds, being authentic, political differences with her dad, Trump stamps, tattooed eyebrows, getting a permanent scar from her excitement over a phone call from her grandma, conjoined twins, how she interacts at parties, becoming an 'opportunity' to people, losing her spark, discovering coffee, Oh, the Places You'll Go!, Barney's craft bag, faking her period to avoid her dad, making the decision to take her mom off life support at 21, taking over The Queen's Bees, forcing clients to compliment themselves, being mad at God, and telling poop stories.
 
Find her online at: http://thequeensbees.com/
Mar 13, 2018
Artist and entrepreneur, Danielle Churchill stops by the podcast to talk about going from working three jobs to starting her own business, "working" two days a week, finding balance, custom home decor, burning out, selling art, learning new things, making a paper watch, selling seashells in her parents' hallway, the creative process, sharing a studio space, writer's block, negative energy, empathizing with bad people, counting the things you're grateful for, not arguing with people about things they don't want to change, The Golden Rule, and RÜFÜS DU SOL. 
 
Follow her on Instagram: @radicalsoulscollective
Mar 6, 2018
Mixer streamer John Fitch (ShakkaPanda) drops by the podcast to talk about independent web comics, dealing with the beginnings of celebrity, aggressively doing nothing, the lost art of sitting on a couch playing video games with your friends, live streaming, keeping his language PG-13, swapping 'politically correct' with 'polite', adversarial politics, petting the shark backwards, being punished for using spreadsheets to do his math homework, the modern separation of work and play, the life of a samurai, religious absolutes, staying home to care for his dad in his final months, the decision to not become bitter, and the end of Jet Li's Hero. 
 
Find him online at: http://mixer.com/shakkapanda or
https://www.youtube.com/user/shakkapanda
 
Or follow him on Instagram: @shakkapanda
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