Bryan Bishop is an actor, known for The Deviants, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and Gene Simmons family Jewels . He has been married to Christie Clough since.
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Gina reads news stories about the Hot Pocket Heiress, Maria Sharapova, and Placido Domingo. Other news stories involve the future of cereal, and complaints against the recent Super Bowl Halftime Show. Mike Lynch, co-author of Adam’s new book, ‘I’m Your Emotional Support Animal’ is in studio next, and the guys talk about the book being a spiritual sequel to ‘In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks’. Adam also asks Lynch about getting his practice up and running, and why people should be taking their mental health more seriously. Later, Adam talks about victim mentality, and the guys go through some chapters of the upcoming book, as well as the process of writing them. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about maximizing your time even when you’re sitting in the car. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! enter ADAM enter ADAM Pepsi - That's What I Like
At the top of the show, Adam takes some fan phone calls about starting your own business, dating a girl who squirts, and what to do in Indianapolis. They also chat with callers about working with your hands, the lack of wisdom, and Adam’s take on his own political stance. Before the break, the guys talk with one last caller about being a union electrician—one who builds traffic signals—which leads to a rant about over regulation. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! enter ADAM enter ADAM Pepsi - That's What I Like
Adam welcomes Trevor Moawad to the studio. The guys talk about thinking bigger than just mindfulness and positive thinking. They also discuss combating stress, acting ‘as if’, and the problems with the self-esteem movement. Later they chat about the negative power of vocalizing your doubts, and Trevor talks more about his experiences training elite athletes to increase their longevity. Other topics of conversation include learning to be less judgmental, stopping the things that aren’t helping you, and redefining what it means to work. As the show wraps up, the guys discuss harnessing your mind, making small changes in your life, and focusing on staying neutral. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! enter ADAM enter ADAM101
Adam opens today’s podcast with a clip of Nancy Grace on Tucker Carlson. He then details the odyssey of getting a fancy pool table delivered, and goes on to take fan phone calls about his upcoming trip to Alaska, and his favorite dirty joke. Gina begins today’s news with several updates in the world of Harvey Weinstein (including updates on Rose McGowan, as well as Harvey’s ex-wife, Georgina). Adam also talks about racing against Adrian Brody, and the guys end the half reacting to more news stories about Pete Davidson, and Hank Azaria, the voice of ‘Apu’ from The Simpsons. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! enter ADAM enter ADAM101
Gina reads news stories about Harvey Weinstein, Jussie Smollett, and Snoop Dogg. They also discuss Kobe’s eighth grade yearbook going up for auction, and a new senior version of The Bachelor. Then Ed Calderon enters the studio, and Adam asks him about growing up in Tijuana. They go on to talk about his job working in law enforcement, and his observation that the government doesn’t rule certain parts of Mexico. Other topics of conversation include the danger of cartels, how drugs are crossing our border, and the culture of idolizing the bandit over the hero. Later they discuss the story of El Chapo’s son, trying to stop corruption, and some of the horrible things that Ed has seen south of the border. Before wrapping up the guys chat about how Los Angeles is turning into Mexico, parts of Mexico that are generally safer, and thoughts on the Border Wall. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! enter ADAM
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Sep 13th, 1978
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2 months, 5 days