With a comedic bent, Boomer and his spastic sidekick Jimmy Ahmahdoofous, converse with people about their unusual professions or job experiences.
Bill Cushing Blue Collar Poet part 1
How does a guy go from years in the navy and working as an electrician to teaching college and becoming an award winning poet? Bill Cushing explains how he did it and some of his ventures on an incongruous road to becoming an award winning author- and he shares it via his rotary phone in Glendale, California!
Keira Dafnis: female wrestler- Beauty AND the Beast part 2
Imagine what it must be like to compete on the national level as an athlete. Imagine what would be like to compete on the national level as a wrestler. How about a female wrestler? A real Beauty AND a Beast, Keira Dafnis continues sharing a bit of her brief 17 years on planet earth as a wrestler and in thoughtful discussion about diversity, her own asexuality, and whether young people can be optimistic about the future.
Keira Dafnis: Beauty AND the Beast, part 1
How many resumes can list winning a beauty pageant and a wrestling tournament? At least one and it belongs to Keira Dafnis, a female wrestler who will continue her grappling in college. Only seventeen, she is an accomplished wrestler on both the state (Illinois) and national level. Her beauty pageant winning face regularly sports the badges of honor that a wrestling match produces: bruises, cuts, scrapes. Listen to Keira talk about the various challenges in her young life, not just about the uniqueness in being part of a male dominated sport.
Christine Herbert, Peace Corps volunteer, part 2
"We cant' let ourselves think about what and who we are leaving behind or it will break us. My daily routine was in every sense life giving. And what will make me feel that way when I return to the States?"
Christine Herbert, Peace Corp volunteer and author of The Color of the Elephant, a book that recounts her African Peace Corp experience, answers this question and others in part 2 of her conversation with Boomer and Jimmy Ahmahdoofous.
Tales From the Workplace: Peace Corps Volunteer (pt. 1)
Naked, afraid, and alone . . . well, she wasn't naked, but Christine Herbert did have some scary moments (poisonous snakes, floods) spending two years in the African nation of Zambia, thousands of miles away from friends, family, and even people of her race. No electricity in her mud hut was just one element of her experience that molded an unexpected transformation that challenged the way she understoond the world. She captures two years of wonder in her book "The Color of the Elephant" and shares the laughter, the mud, and the tears in her interview with Boomer and Jimmy Ahmahdoofuous.
Walk Like A Man(iac) by Jake O'Donnell
Beware the worm! Has a worm ever sent someone to the ER? It sent Jake O'Donnell when he was performing the worm during a pub crawl in Madrid. Jake chronicles this story and other seminal moments of becoming a man in his book "Walk Like a Man(iac) and in part 2 of his conversation with Boomer.
Great show coach. Keep them coming
Good time listening to the show. It’s funny and great interviews
Lol go die in a hole
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