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Now displaying: January, 2019
Jan 29, 2019
Artist and photographer, Mark Velasquez drops by the podcast to talk about making people comfortable, being bitter and guarded, losing 250,000 Instagram followers, a nine-and-a-half-hour date, Hot or Not, when to get married, leaving your hometown, trying to find his love of photography again, the best he could do, creative people vs. people who do creative things, his only goal in life, the one thing that's holding you back, trying to draw what his cousin Memo was drawing, being accepted into the only college he applied to, the decreasing value of being right, thinking small, knowing yourself through art, why he stopped recycling, Tumblr's nudity ban, going to hell in a handbasket, Occam's razor, opposable thumbs, being simple to know, rarely making mistakes, when he used to be famous, rediscovering Sara, singing in the halls of his high school, and the history of locations.
 
Find him online at: https://www.markvelasquez.com/
Jan 22, 2019
Kyleigh Montgomery swings by the podcast to talk about the tragedy of Country music, running late for everything, dirty chai, the Keto diet, New Year's resolutions, not knowing what to do with her life, growing up in Tennessee, watching her dad write songs, sucking at something until you get good at it, hating photos of herself, the dog filter, plastic surgery, Dallas' butt, why retirement will kill you, what she would do if she knew she was going to die, requesting songs for her dad to play, engaging with customers for real, giving a lady her blueberry muffin, being pressured to buy art, rewatching Friends, music shaming, relaxing in a horse trough, being in everyone's backyard, telling her mom that they were going to Hell, and cracking her head open on Valentine's Day.
 
Follow her on Instagram: @tennesseelouise
Jan 15, 2019
Truck driver Willie Rodriguez stops by the podcast to talk about pot roast, growing up without parents, the Rampart district, being split up in foster care, a family custody battle, a roach-infested apartment near the airport, the dope dealer who got his mom pregnant, picking a family for his new sister, the decision to take his mom off life support, joining a street gang, making a big sandwich and exploring America Online, chatting with dwn2drnk, tricking out his low rider with mad bass, picking his wife up for their first date, showing his kids what's waiting for them out on the street, his favorite episode of Joe Rogan's podcast, why he doesn't like feeling, being discriminated against, wearing his last pair of Nikes, and miced garlic.
Jan 8, 2019
Process Engineer and Project Manager, Brad Eachus drops by the podcast to talk about saving voicemails, the reenactment of a Taylor Swift demo, free writing, brain dumping, wearing a lot of hats, making semiconductors, living in Kentucky for a few months, a Cracker Barrel tour with Opa, bonding with his brothers, finding out what an engineer really does, meeting his wife in an AP class, being in the right place at the right time, interacting with kids, self-employed artist vs. corporate engineer, working in the same building as his wife, gene expression, the potential for regret, working on the biggest fire, and something about broccoli. 
Jan 1, 2019
Model Erika De Leija swings by the podcast to talk about a bump in the road near her house, following her doctor's instructions, getting sick on vacation, her dad's solution to package thieves, taking modeling seriously, bringing her boyfriend to photoshoots, buying a car or confessing to a murder, being naked in front of a stranger, setting boundaries, insecure models, hyper-focusing on minor details, always being near a fight, looking like Kobe Bryant from certain angles, making her family uncomfortable, the morality of incest, being comfortable with looking natural, being ugly in beauty school, living a whole year as the wrong age, and trying to catch her one-eyed bird. 
 
Follow her on Instagram: @erika_deleijaa
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