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E39: AUTHOR JORDAN O'DONNELL MAKES HIS WAY TO THE LOUNGE BEFORE LEAVING ON A BUS TRIP W/ STRANGERS! WE TALK TURNING DOWN HUGE JOB OFFERS, WRITING "ZOON GARDEN", BEING A COLLEGE ATHLETE & SO MUCH MORE! The 500 Section Lounge Podcast

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The FBI, DEA, & Secret Service couldn't get this week's guest, but the Lounge got him! Author Jordan O'Donnell comes to the Lounge and drops some GREAT knowledge of how the country is in a position that needs change. Jordan worked for two and a half years in the FBI, after being a wrestler at Virginia Tech while getting his undergrad and graduate degrees. After that, he had offers to join the FBI, DEA & Secret Service, and he TURNED THEM ALL DOWN to write his book, "Zoon Garden!" Richey came prepared and got "that's a good question" from Jordan MULTIPLE TIMES, and the guys reveal a hidden thing they try for every show! 

Jordan talks about the road trip he's going on... WITH COMPLETE STRANGERS?! How "strange" are they, to Jordan? Are they coming through Indiana? Who's doing the cooking while on the road? What is the message he wants to accomplish with his bus trip around the country? ALL of these get answered! 

Richey and Sam introduce Jordan to what a Pudgy Pie is, and that it MIGHT be a great addition to the bus trip, and cooking on the fire! Jordan is intrigued and talks about pizza rolls roasted on the fire?! OH, and then Sam has to tell Jordan that he prefers Hot Pockets from the oven! The guys talk about facial hair and how men love it, and their ladies... not so much! 

They talked about what soured him on working with the FBI, and why he didn't want to stay inside the bureaucracy to continue his career. Jordan talks about  They are all over the place with their topics, and they loved having him hang out! Jordan talks about his book, and then talks about where you can find him and his "goings-on," which is https://www.jordanodonnellauthor.com/! SO, sit back, relax, and #grabalisten!


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The FBI, DEA, & Secret Service couldn't get this week's guest, but the Lounge got him! Author Jordan O'Donnell comes to the Lounge and drops some GREAT knowledge of how the country is in a position that needs change. Jordan worked for two and a half years in the FBI, after being a wrestler at Virginia Tech while getting his undergrad and graduate degrees. After that, he had offers to join the FBI, DEA & Secret Service, and he TURNED THEM ALL DOWN to write his book, "Zoon Garden!" Richey came prepared and got "that's a good question" from Jordan MULTIPLE TIMES, and the guys reveal a hidden thing they try for every show! 

Jordan talks about the road trip he's going on... WITH COMPLETE STRANGERS?! How "strange" are they, to Jordan? Are they coming through Indiana? Who's doing the cooking while on the road? What is the message he wants to accomplish with his bus trip around the country? ALL of these get answered! 

Richey and Sam introduce Jordan to what a Pudgy Pie is, and that it MIGHT be a great addition to the bus trip, and cooking on the fire! Jordan is intrigued and talks about pizza rolls roasted on the fire?! OH, and then Sam has to tell Jordan that he prefers Hot Pockets from the oven! The guys talk about facial hair and how men love it, and their ladies... not so much! 

They talked about what soured him on working with the FBI, and why he didn't want to stay inside the bureaucracy to continue his career. Jordan talks about  They are all over the place with their topics, and they loved having him hang out! Jordan talks about his book, and then talks about where you can find him and his "goings-on," which is https://www.jordanodonnellauthor.com/! SO, sit back, relax, and #grabalisten!


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