author and teacher Charles Banks to the show to discuss how we as a generation have become too afraid to talk about important things, too easily offended by criticisms that would normally be seen as helpful, and people still being weirded out by “professionals” having an interest in the unusual.
Jim opens up the phones and discusses the outrage of a particular advertising campaign, tries to Beetlejuice a former guest, and once again goes deep into the shop talk of podcasting. Off the rails and always a wild card, open line episodes are a favorite for many, many reasons and this one is no exception.
Professor Julio F. D. Rezende is a pioneer in Brazil promoting quality education related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts an Mathematics (STEAM) and Mars, identifying some possible solutions to be applied in arid and semiarid regions, verifying issues related to the operation of self-sustainable habitats.
Eric started a career in federal service by becoming a Federal Agent. In 1999 he moved over to the CIA, which became his passion and focus in life. After being poisoned by while working in Kosovo in 2001, Burkhart was eventually obliged to medically retire, but not before extending his career to include tours in Iraq and Africa
John Carman has served as a member of The Secret Service (protecting the President, First Family, and many other prominent heads of state), worked as a San Diego Police officer, US Mint Police (protecting gold bullion at the US Federal Depository in San Francisco), and as an agent for the US Customs and Border Patrol.