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Ep 67: Leigh Cowart Part 2

March 30th, 2014

Leigh Cowart returns for part two of our conversation in which we chatted all things baseball including players that we would secretly like to see get fat, why Bartolo Colon is God, Joe Maddon, claustrophobia in the bullpen and more. We also spend some time discussing her new science writing project “Revival Of The Sickest".

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Ep 66: Leigh Cowart Part 1

March 30th, 2014

Leigh Cowart, former sex and science editor at NSFWCORP and all around entertaining person, joined the podcast for a two-part conversation. In part one, we discussed the benefits of having the freedom to find your own unique voice in writing, Leigh’s transition from a ballet dancer to full-time writer, how she leaves her own personal imprint on science writing, and her profile of porn star Marcus London

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Ep 65: My Friend Jon Part 2

March 30th, 2014

In part two of my conversation with my friend Jon, we finally get into format, but not before we break down the “steven lebron radio” clip that’s at the start of every podcast and make predictions about a surprise birthday party for our friend. Then we finally we into our “instead of, why not” segment where we recommend things you could do and check out instead including: The Act Of Killing, the value menu at McDonalds, Veep, not sharing gum with large groups of people in public and more. Enjoy. 

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Ep 64: My Friend Jon Part 1

March 26th, 2014

My friend Jon stopped by the podcast as we reminisce about a Charlie Sheen podcast we did in 2011, the anxieties we have when doing a podcast, not quitting my job in Toronto earlier than I should, reveal our advanced strategies to slacking off at work, discuss my online versus real life personality, what my dad’s expectations of me as a sports writer are, and more. 

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Ep 63: Eddie Maisonet and Justin Tinsley Part 2

March 26th, 2014

In part two of our conversation, Ed, Justin and I continue to chat about racism in sports, whether the NFL is behind the other major sports leagues in terms of having an environment that is capable of accepting an openly gay athlete, NBA owners who are unable to police themselves, and the burden that is transferred to the players when contract signings don't work out. 

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Ep 62: Eddie Maisonet and Justin Tinsley Part 1

March 20th, 2014

In part one of our conversation, Justin Tinsley vents about the pain of being a Dallas Cowboys fan, Ed and I laugh and discuss our takes on fandom and loyalty to teams, we spent five minutes on the Kevin Durant-Lil’ B “beef”, five minutes on the Kevin Durant nickname thing, and then get into racism in our lives and how the NFL is trying to deal with racism and the n-word. 

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Ep 61: Chris Towers

March 12th, 2014

Chris Towers from CBS Sports joined me for an hour long fantasy basketball chat. 

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Ep 60: Seerat Sohi

March 12th, 2014

Seerat Sohi is a contributor to Hardwood Paroxysm and ClipperBlogTalking points on the podcast: The West Edmonton Mall is really good, Fahrenheit versus. Celsius continued, Seerat’s childhood encounters with sports, Jacob Frankel’s age, there’s a really bad doctor in Edmonton, Liberal Arts degree joke, finding your own unique voice through writing, being a female sportswriter in a male-dominant industry, her trip to the Sloan Conference, defending narratives, Phoenix must make the playoffs, how many real contenders are there in the West, TREVOR ARIZA, making fun of the Raptors, my favorite regular season game this year, HOT TAKES, Derek Fisher still being a thing, figuring out whether there’s a favorite in the West, what we were up to when Ray Allen saved the Heat’s season last year.

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Ep 59: Rebecca Lawson

March 10th, 2014

Rebecca Lawson is an editor at SB Nation’s Mavs Moneyball. Discussion points include: Taylor Swift, Rebecca’s dad is cool, getting into basketball during the 2011 NBA playoffs, “basketball twitter”, her trip to All-Star Weekend in New Orleans, will the Mavs make the playoffs, what’s next for the team. 

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Ep 58: Ben Sin

March 9th, 2014

Ben Sin, writer at Sports Illustrated and subeditor at South China Morning Post, joined the podcast to talk about our experiences of immigrating from Hong Kong to North America, the print industry, why Asian moms might be evil, moving to New York, the Linsanity experience and more. 

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