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This week on the podcast, Mike spends time with Justin Levy. The story that has unfolded for him in the past few months has been very inspiring, as he's in the midst of recovering from a series of seizures that seemingly originated from a brain tumor. And even that hasn't slowed him down all that much. Justin's been chronicling his recovery progress at his blog, Built Unstoppable. It reveals his story and everything that has occurred during this turbulent time. After you're done listening to our conversation, you should check out the blog. Links Built Unstoppable - Justin Levy On Journalling - Productivityist How to Better Control Your Time by Designing Your Ideal Week - Michael Hyatt Working - Chris Brogan Justin Levy on Twitter Enjoy the show? Spread the word! Leaving a rating and review in iTunes is one of the best ways to help The Productivityist Podcast get discovered. Want to support the podcast as a patron? See how you can do that over at the podcast's Patreon page. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here.
This week Mike has another conversation with Patrick Rhone. They discuss letter and number grading systems in schools, when tech fails you, and more kernels of wisdom in less than a half an hour. Links Essentialism by Gregory McKeown (Want to read this book efficiently and effectively? Get this book in "Cliff's Notes" format with Blinkist) This Could Help by Patrick Rhone Patrick's Website Patrick on Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email him at info@productivityist.com and he'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
Daniel Gold of DEG Consulting pops by to talk with Mike about letting go, leaning in, and the primary thing you need to keep in mind that will help you take your work, life, and side projects to greater heights. Links DEG Consulting Evernote: The Unofficial Guide to Getting Things Done Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action Simon's Famous TEDx Talk: How Great Leaders Inspire Action Daniel Gold on Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email him at info@productivityist.com and he'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
After a lengthy thread on Twitter that debated what contexts were (and weren't), Mike invites some of the participants to discuss their thoughts on contexts in more detail in the second of two episodes on the subject. This week's guests are Mike's old podcasting partner Michael Schechter and Lee Garrett. Links The Contexts Conversations: Part One A Better Mess Michael Schechter on Twitter What Keeps Me Highly Productive: A Productivityist Newsletter on Contexts SoliamSays Lee Garrett on Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email him at podcast@productivityist.com and he'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
In this episode of the podcast, Mike not only talks with Andy Ramage and Ruari Fairbairns of One Year No Beer but he also take on one of their challenges. They dive into that challenge as well as why the founders of the movement started it, what the future holds for it, when to start a alcohol-free challenge, and how going alcohol-free can impact your productivity. This is definitely an interesting episode of the podcast as we've not gone down this path before, so we hope you enjoy it! Links OneYearNoBeer // The Ultimate Social Challenge | OYNB Don’t give up alcohol tomorrow - make it happen today | OYNB Why Dry Jan could be bad for you | OYNB Your Guide to Start Meditating - OYNB How To Stop Drinking – A Little Taster | OYNB Booze Free Summer Toolkit | OYNB Limitless: The infinite possibilities of a life free from alcohol | OYNB Seedlip OneYearNoBeer (@oynbuk) | Twitter Enjoy the show - and be sure to leave a rating and review so we can make the show even better!
James Sudakow, author of the book Picking the Low Hanging Fruit, is this episode’s guest and Mike and he talked about the language people use in the corporate world. Every organization or group got acronyms, buzzwords, or phrases that is used on a daily basis. On this episode, James and Mike discuss how these can benefit organizations – but sometimes cause disconnect in communication. James also reveals some buzzwords that he thinks people should stop using by the end of the year, and how an individual can shift away from the habit of using such words. Let’s "open the kimono" on this episode and learn about: People’s intentions when they choose to use big words (8:20). How to stop this practice in organizations firmly entrenched into such kind of language (13:25). James’ list of buzzwords that people should retire from use by the end of 2016 (2:16), and the most obscure phrases he’s heard (29:28). An open letter James wrote on his blog tackling the ridiculous lingo being used in the corporate world (15:39). The probability of grandiose language masking larger organizational problems (17:19). How acronyms initially intended for efficiency can quickly spiral out of control (20:28). One small thing an individual can do that can result in a shift from the practice of using these kind of words and phrases (22:54). Relevant Links: Home | James Sudakow Picking the Low Hanging Fruit: And Other Stupid Stuff We Say in the Corporate World: James Sudakow, Todd Kale: | Amazon “Re-invented” is the new corporate buzzword that gives me a headache | James Sudakow A new approach to ridding us of stupid corporate lingo | James Sudakow CH Consulting | James Sudakow Why do corporate types love acronyms so much? James Sudakow's articles | Inc.com James Sudakow (@JamesSudakow) | Twitter Thanks for listening. If you want more exclusive content then check out The Productivityist Podcast at Patreon! Want to help in other ways? Leave us a rating and review in iTunes and the podcasting platform you're using so we can make the show better for you.
On this episode of The Productivityist Podcast, Mike speaks with Stephan Spencer. Stephan is a man of many talents and projects, including hosting The Optimized Geek and writing the book The Art of SEO. The focus of their conversation is on optimization. They also dive into optimizing oneself, deliberate practice, Tony Robbins, the power of automation, and balancing learning with execution. (Stephan also offers something special for listeners of the podcast, so listen for that!) Links SEO Expert, Author, Professional Speaker | Stephan Spencer Optimized Geek | About Platinum Partnership | Tony Robbins Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World | Cal Newport Optimized Geek | Podcast Unleash The Power Within | Tony Robbins Marketing Speak | Podcast Stephan Spencer (@sspencer) | Twitter Thanks for listening to the show. If you liked this episode (and the podcast as a whole) please rate and review it on iTunes or wherever you listen to your favourite podcasts. Until next time, remember to stop guessing and start going!
On this episode Mike speaks with Nick Snapp, the host of The Make It Snappy Productivity Show and a productivity strategist who specializes on helping people "hack" Corporate. Nick's story is rooted in finding creative ways to “hack” Corporate, escape the office, and still achieve exceptional performance ratings. Mike and Nick talk about the challenges both of them have faced translating Corporate skills to personal productivity as entrepreneurs. They also dive into what can help you drive long term successful outcomes, how they focus on family through their processes, setting boundaries, and more. Links The Make it Snappy Productivity Show Episode 73: Cal Newport | The Productivityist Podcast Start with Why by Simon Sinek | Amazon The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington | Amazon The One Email You Must Send Before You Go on Vacation | Productivityist RescueTime ‎Steve Chandler Audio Programs Nick Snapp (@thesnappyshow) | Twitter Productivity on Purpose (P.O.P.) Facebook Group Thanks for listening - and please share this episode if you enjoyed it!
On this episode of the podcast, Mike speaks with Jordan Bower. They talk about the power of story, his approach to storytelling, and much more (including a mention of one of Mike's favourite storytellers, Steven Pressfield). Jordan also has a fascinating story to tell of his own and he shares elements of it in this episode. Links Jordan Bower: Strategic Storytelling & Corporate Intimacy Expert About Jordan Bower Brush with death made Jordan Bower get serious about photos | Toronto Star Storytelling Approach | Jordan Bower Rolf Potts' Vagabonding Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer | Amazon Rohdesign | Mike Rohde Stefan Sagmeister: The power of time off | TED.com Writing Wednesdays: The Hero’s Journey in Real Life | Steven Pressfield Jordan Bower (@jordan__bower) | Twitter Thanks for listening - and if you liked this episode you can help spread the word by giving it a rating and review, subscribing to the show, and sharing it with others you think would enjoy it!
In this episode of The Productivityist Podcast, Mike speaks with Brad Zupp. Brad is an entertaining motivational speaker and memory improvement expert from New York. Brad shows people how to supercharge their memories to improve many aspects of their lives (including productivity) and to have a better memory at any age. Mike talks with Brad about how we can reconcile what we should try to memorize versus what we shouldn't, what you can do to keep your memory from fading, how a calendar and other tools can help enhance your memory, and much more. Links Brad Zupp Smarter Faster Better by Charles Duhigg | Amazon How to Theme Your Day for Maximum Productivity | 1 Simple Thing Podcast Most Productive People: David Robinson | Fast Company Developing a "Superhuman" Memory | Brad Zupp The Night Owl Action Plan by Mike Vardy Memory Can Be Improved At Any Age | Brad Zupp Stumbling on Happiness by Daniel Gilbert | Amazon How Colour Can Help You Get the Right Things Done | Productivityist The Year of Fear with Kendra Wright | The Productivityist Podcast The NOW Year Calendar | NeuYear Unlock Your Amazing Memory: The Fun Guide That Shows Grades 5 to 8 How to Remember Better and Make School Easier by Brad Zupp | Amazon Brad Zupp (@BradZupp) | Twitter Get Your FREE Report from Brad Thanks for listening - and don't forget to rate/review the show in your podcast aggregator of choice!
On this episode of The Productivityist Podcast, Mike speaks with podcast producer and meeting facilitation expert John Poelstra about how you can go about making better meetings. They dive into the "MAP" you need to make your meetings better, how to improve your meeting facilitation skills, how to deal with latecomers and attendees who take over meetings, and much more. Links Webinar Ninja The True Cost of Meetings | ReadyTalk The Upsell Podcast Listen to #QOTD What would you do to make meetings better? | Anchor.fm Kick The Chair: How Standing Cut Our Meeting Times By 25% | Forbes Get The 2PR Meeting Attendee Tool The Productivityist Podcast | Patreon Meeting Makeover | A Productivityist Podcast Exclusive Offer (Note: The above link takes you to a direct purchase page so you can get the bonus offer described in the podcast. Want to know more about Meeting Makeover before buying? Click here.) John Poelstra's Website John Poelstra (@johnpoelstra) | Twitter
On this episode of the show, Mike is joined by Productivityist's resident book reviewer and fellow avid reader Mike Dariano. They talk about how they go about reading and what they do differently to keep their reading workflow...flowing. The goal of this episode is to inspire you to find a way to read more without overwhelming you in the process. Let's hope it does the trick! Links Mike Dariano at Productivityist A Mindful Conversation with Patrick Rhone | The Productivityist Podcast Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder (Incerto) by Nassim Nicholas Taleb | Amazon Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain | Amazon Audible.com Blinkist Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman | Amazon The Score Takes Care of Itself: My Philosophy of Leadership by Bill Walsh, Steve Jamison, Craig Walsh | Amazon Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World by Adam Grant | Amazon The Practicing Mind: Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life — Master Any Skill or Challenge by Learning to Love the Process by Thomas M. Sterner | Amazon Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success by Adam Grant | Amazon Patrick O'Shaughnessy | Book Club Foolproof: Why Safety Can Be Dangerous and How Danger Makes Us Safe by Greg Ip | Amazon The Millionaire Messenger: Make a Difference and a Fortune Sharing Your Advice by Brendon Burchard | Amazon Born for This: How to Find the Work You Were Meant to Do by Chris Guillebeau | Amazon The 106 Year Old Problem | Productivityist John Allen Paulos | Amazon mikedariano (@mikedariano) | Twitter Thanks again for listening to the show – and if you have any feedback you can leave a comment below and/or rate and review the podcast in iTunes or whatever service you're using to subscribe to the show. Not a subscriber yet? Click here to make that happen in iTunes and click here to grab the RSS feed!
To ring in 2016, Mike speaks with his friend and the author of the forthcoming book "Deep Work", Cal Newport. They talk about the difference between deep and shallow work, why focusing on doing more deep work may not be for everyone, and how you can start to create more time to do deep work. Links Excerpt from DEEP WORK by Cal Newport | Medium Resolve to Live a Deep Life | Cal Newport I Want to Show You Exactly How I Prioritize Deep Work in My Busy Life | Cal Newport Adam Grant | Give and Take Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport Thanks to Transpose for sponsoring this week's episode of the show – and thanks to you for listening!
In this installment of the podcast, I'm joined by my friend and principal owner of Simplifilm Chris Johnson. We dive into a lot of things but really focus on how to work on sales technique and how being relentless in the sales arena – and in life – can go a long way. Links Simplifilm World Domination Summit 5 Steps to Land Your Dream Clients: The 10-10-10 Strategy | Fizzle Specialist or Jack-of-All-Trades? The Answer’s Obvious to Me | Gary Vaynerchuk Close.io No more yes. It's either HELL YEAH! or no. | Derek Sivers Experimenting with A.J. Jacobs | Workflowing #64 Chris Johnson's Website & Blog Chris Johnson (@genuinechris) | Twitter Thanks for listening! I'll be back next week with another weekly episode. Until then...stop guessing and start going!
This episode of the podcast features a conversation with Michael Townsend Williams, who is known as "A doer who likes to be." He's the founder of Breathe Sync™ and the author of the book Do Breathe...and he's a big believer in mindful productivity. They talk about that very subject, yoga, and a lot more. Enjoy! Links Stillworks Getting Things Done with David Allen | The Productivityist Podcast The DO Lectures | Michael Townsend Williams Do Breathe by Michael Townsend Williams Breathe Sync™ How I Organize Evernote: A Peek Inside My Personal System | Michael Hyatt Things by Cultured Code Clear by Realmac Software Michael T Williams (@mtownsendw) | Twitter
In this episode Mike talks with the woman behind Blonde on a Budget, Cait Flanders. They talk about managing money wisely, why she imposed a one year shopping ban on herself, how minimalism plays an important role in her life, and much more. Links Blonde on a Budget The Mindful Budgeting Program Why I Budget Monthly, Semi-Monthly and Weekly | Blonde on a Budget The Year I Embraced Minimalism and Completed a Yearlong Shopping Ban | Blonde on a Budget What We Appreciate Appreciates Why I Focus on Simplicity (and How You Can Simplify Your Life in 2016) | Blonde on a Budget This episode of the podcast is brought to you by Transpose. Transpose is the smart, collaborative, and customizable way to manage information. Want to learn more? Check out Transpose today!
Joining Mike this week on the podcast is the author of 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management. They talk about why Kevin wrote this book, how to wrap your work day responsibly, the importance of awareness when it comes to productivity, the importance of routines, and much more. Links Get Kevin's "15 Time Secrets" book for FREE (only pay for shipping) Peter Tunney | Artist, Philanthropist, Entrepreneur High Output Management by Andrew S. Grove | Amazon The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller & Jay Papasan | Amazon The Website of Kevin Kruse The Awareness Building Class by Mike Vardy & Shawn Blanc Thanks for listening! If you'd like to offer patronage to the show, go to our Patreon page and lend any dollar amount you can. All of the proceeds go into making the show even better. (Plus there are some nifty perks for you to claim at the different patronage levels!)
This episode features a lengthy discussion between Mike and the host of The Productive Woman – and a productive woman in her own right – Laura McClellan. They chat about the possible differences that women and men approach productivity as well, productivity tactics to explore, and how she manages to deal with everything in her life. Links The Productive Woman | A Podcast About Productivity for Busy Women Laura Vanderkam (@lvanderkam) | Twitter Gina Trapani | The Official Web Site Business & Babies: A Chat with Izabela Russell | TPW051 - The Productive Woman Choices for Productive Women, with Allison Sheridan | TPW029 - The Productive Woman Nozbe How To Use Multiple Task Managers | Productivityist Book Review: Essentialism | Productivityist Making Space to Think | TPW055 - The Productive Woman My Custom Home Office Tour and Setup | Pat Flynn on SPI TV Ep. 2 2 Experts Share Exactly How to Use a Productivity Journal (& Increase Productivity by 23%) | Fizzle Show 099 Laura McClellan (@LauraMcMom) | Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email Productivityist at info@productivityist.com and we'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Really like the show and want it to flourish even more? Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see the new perks we've just added - including regular Productivity Pack deliveries available only to Patreon supporters!
In this episode of the podcast, producer John Poelstra and host Mike Vardy continue to talk to those attending Podcast Movement 2015 in Fort Worth, Texas. They speak with Srinivas Rao (The Unmistakable Creative), Erik Fisher (Beyond The To Do List), Vickie Velasquez (Productivity Power Up Podcast), Julia Tunstall (A Bar Above & Effortless Workflow), and more. Links Unmistakable Creative | Candid Conversation with Creative Entrepreneurs Srinivas Rao (@UnmistakableCEO) | Twitter A Bar Above Effortless Workflow Julia Tunstall (@jctunstall) | Twitter Beyond the To Do List Erik Fisher (@ErikJFisher) | Twitter Productivity Power Up | Taking Your Productivity to the Next Level Vickie Velasquez (@vickstreme) | Twitter Relay | Unify your visual content Craig Carpenter (@CraigCarpenter) | Twitter The Year Of Purpose Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Travel | Happiness Zephan Blaxberg (@ZephanMoses) | Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email Productivityist at info@productivityist.com and we'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Really like the show and want it to flourish even more? Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
This bonus episode of the podcast features a discussion between myself and newly-minted producer John Poelstra as he asks me about what I do to make my time at conferences productive. Then I spend some time with Jaime Tardy of Eventual Millionaire and Russel Lolacher from The Upsell to talk about workflows and how they leverage their time in order to make the most of events like the one we were at...Podcast Movement 2015. Links Podcast Movement 2015 Roman Mars | Makes Radio John Poelstra (@johnpoelstra) | Twitter Comedian | Official Site Mike Vardy’s Morning Routine | My Morning Routine There's Nothing Wrong with Being a Night Owl | Productivityist NeuYear.net | THE NOW YEAR CALENDAR from Productivityist Gap Days | Productivityist memobottle | Slim premium reusable water bottles Eventual Millionaire | Jaime Tardy The Upsell | Russel Lolacher Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email Productivityist at info@productivityist.com and we'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Really like the show and want it to flourish even more? Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
On this episode Mike tackles distractions. He discusses what he believes is the difference between distractions, disruptions, and diversion (and how to defend yourself against them through awareness and measurable prevention). He also talks with Saent co-founder Tim Metz about the new device that he and his team are building that is designed to help you win the battle against distractions. Links Apple Watch: My most personal review ever | The Loop Kapture | The Audio Recording Wristband Device 2 Experts Share Exactly How to Use a Productivity Journal (& Increase Productivity by 23%) | The Fizzle Show 099 Saent - Be less distracted | Indiegogo Getting Things Done with David Allen | The Productivityist Podcast The 90-Minute Solution: Why Less is Truly More | The Energy Project The Saent Blog- Saent (@getsaent) | Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email Productivityist at info@productivityist.com and we'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Really like the show and want it to flourish even more? Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
In this episode Mike talks with Taylor Pearson, the author of "The End of Jobs" (due out in late June 2015). They discuss the process Taylor used to write the book – including drawing inspiration from Paul Graham's work – as well as what "the end of jobs" can mean for you...if you're willing to shift your mindset. Links The End of Jobs | Taylor Pearson Maker's Schedule, Manager's Schedule | Paul Graham Efficient Writing with Jim Woods | The Productivityist Podcast So, You Want to Be a Writer? Read This First. | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss Learn Scrivener Fast | Joseph Michael How to Deliver a "Do Over" with Jon Acuff | The Productivityist Podcast The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster | Darren Hardy Lessons Learned by a Solo Entrepreneur | Software by Rob Balance Schmalance | Productivityist The Website of Dan Ariely The End of Jobs Preorder Offer | Taylor Pearson Taylor Pearson (@CTaylorMPearson) | Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email Productivityist at info@productivityist.com and we'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Really like the show and want it to flourish even more? Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
Omar Zenhom is one half of the team that created The $100 MBA Show and Webinar Ninja. He's spent a lot of time defining and refining what he delivers, and recently rebooted what Webinar Ninja was and created a vastly different iteration as a result. In this episode Mike and Omar speak on the art of iteration, and how evolution and awareness are two of the biggest keys to reaching your potential. (And they also talk about they use the calendar.) Links The $100 MBA Show The $100 MBA Show: How to Manage Your Calendar The $100 MBA Show: Traditional Book Publishing VS Self-Publishing. Which One is Best? Webinar Ninja- The Ultimate Webinar Software The $100 MBA Website Omar Zenhom (@BizRepublic) on Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email Productivityist at info@productivityist.com and we'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Really like the show and want it to flourish even more? Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
This week Mike talks with Dave Caolo of the podcast Home Work and the website Apple World Today about his newest hobby: tabletop gaming. They discuss the benefits of gaming in terms of helping with productivity and planning as well as offer some suggestions of games to check out. Links Home Work Apple World Today Dave on Unclutterer Antoine Bauza | Board Game Designer | BoardGameGeek Wil Wheaton's Tabletop on YouTube Hey! That's My Fish! Castle Panic Pandemic Forbidden Desert Forbidden Island Concept Cards Against Humanity Settlers of Catan King of Tokyo King of New York Tokaido Watch It Played on YouTube Dave Caolo - Twitter Want to send Mike an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email Productivityist at info@productivityist.com and we'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Really like the show and want it to flourish even more? Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more. (Opening tag from Wayne's World courtesy of Paramount Pictures.)
On this edition of The Productivityist Podcast Mike and Travis Collier have a friendly - and short - conversation. Travis is the author of "SCALE: Refuse to Settle, Recognize what Matters, Redefine Success" and the two friends talk about how they met (and how it caught both of them and Mike's former podcast colleague Michael Schechter off guard), and what the power of SCALE can do for you. Links A Look Back at The 2013 World Domination Summit (How Mike & Travis Met For The First Time) SCALE: Refuse to Settle Recognize What Matters Redefine Success by Travis Collier The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Bit Thinking: A Journal About Performance Travis Collier (@TSCollier21) on Twitter Want to send us an app, book, or something similar to discuss on the show? Email us at info@productivityist.com and we'll give it a look. Want to listen on Stitcher? Click here. Support The Productivityist Podcast by becoming a patron! Click here to visit The Productivityist Podcast's Patreon page and see what perks await those who pitch in a buck or more.
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Aug 28th, 2014
Latest Episode
Jul 19th, 2020
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