59 episodes

What happens in an emergency room? What's it like to audition for acting roles? How does a judge prepare for court & to make decisions? How do you start a non-profit or catch a criminal that doesn't want to be caught? I don't know either. Let's find out the answers to those questions and much more each week. Radio host, comedian, and impressionist Danny Rouhier will research a subject and interview someone at the top of their unique profession. We'll talk to people from all walks of life who have unique jobs and find out how in the hell they do what they do.

Tune in as Danny Rouhier (@funnydanny twitter) has fun learning about some really cool people right under our noses.

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    • 5.0 • 37 Ratings

What happens in an emergency room? What's it like to audition for acting roles? How does a judge prepare for court & to make decisions? How do you start a non-profit or catch a criminal that doesn't want to be caught? I don't know either. Let's find out the answers to those questions and much more each week. Radio host, comedian, and impressionist Danny Rouhier will research a subject and interview someone at the top of their unique profession. We'll talk to people from all walks of life who have unique jobs and find out how in the hell they do what they do.

Tune in as Danny Rouhier (@funnydanny twitter) has fun learning about some really cool people right under our noses.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 7: Emergency Medicine & Dr. Amie Woods

    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 7: Emergency Medicine & Dr. Amie Woods

    What's it actually like in an emergency room? Why do Drs. in hospitals work insanely long shifts? What happened at 3AM when a couple of young Drs. tried to remove a BB from a patient's neck? Our guest this week is Dr. Amie Woods, an emergency room doctor at Inova Fairfax. Dr. Woods was terrific with us on a range of topics including some of the dramatic changes in medicine and health systems in recent years, remaining calm when a patient is likely freaking out, and a high pressure and scary situation that ended up with everyone involved being ok. Great conversation.


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    • 46 min
    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 6: Local Sports & Steve Buckhantz

    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 6: Local Sports & Steve Buckhantz

    Where have the local sports broadcasters gone? How much has the world of sports coverage changed over the years? Our guest this week is the long time voice of Wizards/Bullets basketball, Steve Buckhantz. Buck has worked all over the country as a sports broadcaster. He became an institution in the Washington, DC market as a sports anchor on Fox 5 and eventually, taking the leap as the play by play voice of the local NBA basketball team. We chat about what he wanted to be vs where he ended up, what would make him cringe if he listened to 'early Steve Buckhantz' broadcasts, and how to get over a low moment on a broadcast. Buck is an all-time great guy. You can listen to his podcast with his longtime broadcast partner Phil Chenier here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-the-road-with-buck-phil/id1511197348 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-the-road-with-buck-phil/id1511197348)
    Steve is also really involved with some wonderful charity work including the St. Jude Open to benefit St. Jude Hospital: https://www.stjude.org/get-involved/find-an-event/dinners-and-galas/st-jude-open.html (https://www.stjude.org/get-involved/find-an-event/dinners-and-galas/st-jude-open.html)


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    • 44 min
    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 5: Fighting Hunger & DC Food Project

    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 5: Fighting Hunger & DC Food Project

    Nearly 1/3rd of children in Washington, DC experience food insecurity. Those numbers certainly did not improve during a global pandemic that disrupted so many lives. That's where the wonderful folks at the https://dcfoodproject.org/ (DC Food Project)come in. As a fledgling nonprofit, DCFP has made a tremendous impact in a really short amount of time. They've done work in lots of schools, given guidance to cities around the country, and provided over 1 million meals for families in need. 2 of the co-founders, Lucie Leblois and Alyssa McLellan were kind enough to join the show. We discussed logistical challenges, becoming too good at helping and being overly relied upon, and not knowing if it would all work out. Great conversation with a couple women doing amazing work.


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    • 34 min
    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 4: The Atlantic & Ross Andersen

    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 4: The Atlantic & Ross Andersen

    Our guest this week is Deputy Editor of The Atlantic, Ross Andersen. Over the course of his career, Ross has written about a wide array of topics from the minds of birds, artificial intelligence, and takes about the Lakers. Ross is a really smart guy and to his credit, passed up an easy chance to be a jerk (We explain). We go into the challenges of topic selection, having an editor go run out of red ink with your book draft, and Ross weighs in on the Substack phenomenon. Danny goes into the history of The Atlantic and its unique place in American culture for over 150 years.


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    • 41 min
    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 3: Cryptocurrency & Dan Caplinger

    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 3: Cryptocurrency & Dan Caplinger

    Dan Caplinger is a Motley Fool financial writer/editor/content marketer on stocks, retirement, and tax. He's incredibly knowledgeable and thorough. We wanted to bring Dan on to discuss all things Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, and Blockchain. He was terrific on everything from the origins of bitcoin, the potential of blockchain technology, and the myriad reasons for crypto market volatility. Great informative discussion on a topic that has captured increasing amounts of attention in recent months. Plus Danny did lots of research and will be over talking about this stuff at upcoming social gatherings.


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    • 46 min
    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 2: Unmasking Kids Outside & Dr. Lucy McBride

    You Seem Interesting Season 2 Episode 2: Unmasking Kids Outside & Dr. Lucy McBride

    Dr. Lucy McBride is a practicing internist with decades of experience. She attended Princeton University, Harvard Medical School and was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Cambridge where she received her Masters in Pharmacology. Dr. McBride has also begun writing a regular newsletters about the latest developments of Covid-19 as well as several pieces in national publications. She wrote a piece for The Atlantic about the science and data painting a clear picture: Kids do not need masks outside:
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/05/kids-masks-outdoors-cdc/618856/ (https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/05/kids-masks-outdoors-cdc/618856/)
    For context, a couple months ago, she wrote this piece about reticence about returning to normal life even after being vaccinated:
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/03/09/weve-adjusted-pandemic-life-now-we-face-anxiety-leaving-it-behind/ (https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/03/09/weve-adjusted-pandemic-life-now-we-face-anxiety-leaving-it-behind/)
    The point here is that Dr. McBride is actually adhering to the refrain repeated by so many: Follow the science.
    Great conversation with a super informed and clear voice in a time where lots of us, especially parents, are still confused.
    You can easily sign up for Dr. McBride's updates here: https://www.lucymcbride.com/ (https://www.lucymcbride.com/)


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    • 40 min

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