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Podcast where I interview my friends, family, and people I know about their childhood, life, and careers.

Latest Episodes

For Andrea - Part 3

EIt's the last part of my interview with Andrea where we pick up after Korea in Canada: how she got started in events management and the software world, our first impressions of each other when we met at work, startup life and all the opportunities it provided, and Andrea turns the tables and asks me a bunch of questions.

39 MIN2018 NOV 13
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For Andrea - Part 3

For Andrea - Part 2

EThis episode I find out that Andrea always wanted to be a teacher. We talk about the path that got her to Korea teaching: going through high school, then university for criminology, playing varsity volleyball and why she stopped playing, and moving to Korea. Then we talk about Korea itself and you don't want to miss it: how she was basically sexually assaulted by kindergartener kids, getting a helping hand or two in ladies change rooms, and eating food that doesn’t go down without a fight.

34 MIN2018 NOV 5
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For Andrea - Part 2

For Andrea

EThis episode I interview Andrea. She’s one of the reasons why I wanted to start a podcast. As Andrea puts it, "we’re two peas in the same pot". She has a way with sayings. In part 1, we laugh our way through her childhood, how her family escaped Czechoslovakia, what her memories of communism were, her first impressions of the west and Canada, and how she balanced being Slovak with being Canadian.

36 MIN2018 OCT 31
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For Andrea

For Tad - Part 2

In the second part of my interview with Tad, we pick up in a small town where Tad has lived for the last 30 years. We talk about the loss of his wife, how to get along with everybody, and what he thinks has kept him going for so long.

32 MIN2018 OCT 16
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For Tad - Part 2

For Tad - Part 1

I interview my wife's grandfather, who is was born in Poland in 1912. On his own since he was 14, I couldn't wait to record his story so I took my gear to Thanksgiving dinner. I had heard many of them before but am always blown away. The first time I heard it, it sparked a change in me for the better. In Part 1, we explore his life in Poland, a German forced labour camp, immigrating to Montreal, and his knack for learning.

30 MIN2018 OCT 12
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For Tad - Part 1

For Manoo - Part 2

EWe pick up in Turkey, where Manoo walks me through applying for refugee status at the UN, life in Turkey, reuniting with my Mom, and his first impression of Canada. We end on a favourite topic: western political conspiracy theories.

42 MIN2018 SEP 25
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For Manoo - Part 2

For Manoo - Part 1

EThis week I interview Manoo, a fantastic story teller, about growing up in Iran, his experience of the Islamic revolution, joining the Kurdish rebellion, and eventually escaping to Turkey.

40 MIN2018 SEP 17
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For Manoo - Part 1

For Leo

EThis is a bit of wild one. I interview my friend, Leo/Juan, about immigrating from Honduras, his life and career in real estate, starting a food truck with no experience, and how he's not interesting.

38 MIN2018 SEP 11
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For Leo

For Henry

I interview my Father in law, Henry, about being the child of WW2 survivors, growing up in Montreal, working his way up through factories, and how he got into the horse racing business.

48 MIN2018 SEP 4
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For Henry

For Alan

EI interview my brother, Alan, who is the definition of a rebel. He's got stories and I pulled some of out him. We talk about his memories of Iran, going through school his way, and his life and career in the music and entertainment industry. Note: this episode contains swearing.

57 MIN2018 AUG 31
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For Alan

Latest Episodes

For Andrea - Part 3

EIt's the last part of my interview with Andrea where we pick up after Korea in Canada: how she got started in events management and the software world, our first impressions of each other when we met at work, startup life and all the opportunities it provided, and Andrea turns the tables and asks me a bunch of questions.

39 MIN2018 NOV 13
Comments
For Andrea - Part 3

For Andrea - Part 2

EThis episode I find out that Andrea always wanted to be a teacher. We talk about the path that got her to Korea teaching: going through high school, then university for criminology, playing varsity volleyball and why she stopped playing, and moving to Korea. Then we talk about Korea itself and you don't want to miss it: how she was basically sexually assaulted by kindergartener kids, getting a helping hand or two in ladies change rooms, and eating food that doesn’t go down without a fight.

34 MIN2018 NOV 5
Comments
For Andrea - Part 2

For Andrea

EThis episode I interview Andrea. She’s one of the reasons why I wanted to start a podcast. As Andrea puts it, "we’re two peas in the same pot". She has a way with sayings. In part 1, we laugh our way through her childhood, how her family escaped Czechoslovakia, what her memories of communism were, her first impressions of the west and Canada, and how she balanced being Slovak with being Canadian.

36 MIN2018 OCT 31
Comments
For Andrea

For Tad - Part 2

In the second part of my interview with Tad, we pick up in a small town where Tad has lived for the last 30 years. We talk about the loss of his wife, how to get along with everybody, and what he thinks has kept him going for so long.

32 MIN2018 OCT 16
Comments
For Tad - Part 2

For Tad - Part 1

I interview my wife's grandfather, who is was born in Poland in 1912. On his own since he was 14, I couldn't wait to record his story so I took my gear to Thanksgiving dinner. I had heard many of them before but am always blown away. The first time I heard it, it sparked a change in me for the better. In Part 1, we explore his life in Poland, a German forced labour camp, immigrating to Montreal, and his knack for learning.

30 MIN2018 OCT 12
Comments
For Tad - Part 1

For Manoo - Part 2

EWe pick up in Turkey, where Manoo walks me through applying for refugee status at the UN, life in Turkey, reuniting with my Mom, and his first impression of Canada. We end on a favourite topic: western political conspiracy theories.

42 MIN2018 SEP 25
Comments
For Manoo - Part 2

For Manoo - Part 1

EThis week I interview Manoo, a fantastic story teller, about growing up in Iran, his experience of the Islamic revolution, joining the Kurdish rebellion, and eventually escaping to Turkey.

40 MIN2018 SEP 17
Comments
For Manoo - Part 1

For Leo

EThis is a bit of wild one. I interview my friend, Leo/Juan, about immigrating from Honduras, his life and career in real estate, starting a food truck with no experience, and how he's not interesting.

38 MIN2018 SEP 11
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For Leo

For Henry

I interview my Father in law, Henry, about being the child of WW2 survivors, growing up in Montreal, working his way up through factories, and how he got into the horse racing business.

48 MIN2018 SEP 4
Comments
For Henry

For Alan

EI interview my brother, Alan, who is the definition of a rebel. He's got stories and I pulled some of out him. We talk about his memories of Iran, going through school his way, and his life and career in the music and entertainment industry. Note: this episode contains swearing.

57 MIN2018 AUG 31
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For Alan
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