With his award winning podcast Those Conspiracy Guys, Gordon Rochford may be no stranger to many of our listeners but this week, for the first time, Gordon tells the incredible story of how he went from going off the rails to being on the verge of selling a massive documentary series to Netflix.
Gordon speaks frankly about the truth behind the shocking world of YouTube censorship (24:00), the frightening places that his 'recreational alcoholism' took him (44:00) before speaking for the first time about why Those Conspiracy Guys has lost two of it's partners over the years (Patreon extended cut only).
From his exciting dreams to make millions of dollars through Netflix (1:09:00) to questioning whether millennials are right or too sensitive (28:00), this is a truly gripping conversation with one of the hardest working guys in media.
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