An interesting insight into psychology. Derren mentions that some people are more suggest-able than others and shares a funny story of how to get out of a sudden tricky situation by just saying something that is non-sensical to add confusion to the situation.
Jimmy has quite a few interesting stories where he talks about his childhood, working as a used car salesman, collect tickets at the local comedy store and DJ’ing at a strip joint in his early days. He was in Crazy Rich Asian and has a new special coming out on Amazon Prime. The funniest story… Read More »
Ronnie Coleman is an 8 times Mr Olympia, and a trained accountant but couldn’t get a job so joined the police force. He only entered the body building contest so he could get a free gym card. His whole spine is fused together due to various injuries.
Kevin Hart talks about (amongst other things) his accident and how his outlook on life has changed. It is incredibly insightful and motivational, especially when he was in the same room with Jeff Bezos and just walked up to him to say hi.
This episode motivated me to get my blood tested. I had a blood test in August 2019 and reviewed my levels of Vitamins B12, C, D, cholesterol etc and my iron was only 4 umol/L. Now it is 28 umol/L. The typical range is between 10-30 so I’m on the high side “suggesting iron overload”… Read More »
Interesting story of being kidnapped by Somali pirates and spending ~2.5 years in captivity and then being contacted on Facebook by one of his kidnappers when we was released.
Good podcast on the Coronavirus. Note that from the ~20min mark the conversation jumps to deer infection for about 10 minutes then jumps back to COVID19.
Robert Downey Jr. is an American actor, producer, and singer. He stars in the new movie “Doolittle” which releases in theater on January 17, 2020. A bit wishy washy actually but interesting to know that RDJ has a black belt in Wing Chun.
Edward Snowden is an American whistleblower who copied and leaked highly classified information from the National Security Agency in 2013 when he was a Central Intelligence Agency employee and subcontractor. His new book “Permanent Record” is now available.
Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and tenured professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. Fascinating. Nutrition, left v right, and the Intellectual Dark Web (IDW).