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217: OCCASIONALLY – A Chat with Gary Sinise on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

Release Date: 09/11/2021

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The former Wall Street lawyer and current OG podcaster drops by to discuss the latest in Podcastladia, how patternicity and our desire for certainty can lead us to create wild theories, the death of skepticism, honesty in advertising, and what he learned from being kidnapped the first time in Mexico. Yes, there was more than one kidnapping. Shout out to our great sponsors Explore available careers!  Use promo code MIKE to get 20% off your order. Get started with 15% off using promo code: MIKE  

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The serial entrepreneurs and founders of Angel Studios talk about growing up poor in a family of eleven, how they went from selling potatoes door to door to being the ad agency of record for Poo-Pourri, Squatty Potty, and Orabrush, how they survived a $62 million lawsuit from four of the biggest studios in Hollywood, and how their Angel Guild is cracking the code to finding the next big film.       Many thanks to our loyal sponsors to try ZipRecruiter for FREE. Use code MIKE to get 20% off your full purchase. to take advantage of their flexible financing.

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The President of the California Policy Center, host of National Review’s Radio Free California podcast, and watchdog journalist warns about the new federal regulation that effectively makes CA-AB5 national and ends independent contractor status as we know it. As goes California, so goes the nation—from a $20 minimum wage for fast-food workers to rampant homelessness, crime, and reparations—the recovering communist dissects examples of what’s happening in the Golden State and yet to come nationally. Many thanks to our great sponsors Check your availability and apply today! to try...

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Another brief mystery for the curious mind with a short attention span, followed by a deeper dive into the story’s reveal with Mike and Chuck. WARNING: Careful where you listen with headphones, as it may result in alternating facial contortions of disgust and hilarity. The title is Nasty Little Instruments, after all. Big thanks to our fantastic sponsors Explore available careers! Get started with 15% off using promo code: MIKE Check your availability and apply today.       

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Mike follows through with his threat to get Chuck a professional haircut by enlisting The Irish Hammer’s “hairstylist to the stars” to bring his salon to our studio for a cut and record. What could possibly go wrong? Not entirely unrelated is an announcement about additional trades being eligible for the mikeroweWORKS Foundation’s 2024 Work Ethic Scholarship Program. The application process begins February 28. Thanks to our great sponsors to try ZipRecruiter for FREE. Use code MIKE for 20% off. Explore available trade careers!

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Mike sits down with his “professional big brother,” to discuss the relevance of 9/11, twenty years after the attack on America.