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Covering Eugene - Lane County - Oregon and beyond. Music, politics, human interest and local issues relating to Eugene, Oregon.
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Covering Eugene - Lane County - Oregon and beyond. Music, politics, human interest and local issues relating to Eugene, Oregon.
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Ep52 The Flock Pod
Part 4 of 4 in our series on Oregon podcasters.  Justin Pluid and Shane Potter, hosts of the Flock Pod, join the podcast.  The Flock podcast is a newly created Oregon sports talk show hosted by two lifelong Duck fans with a wealth of knowledge about Oregon athletics.  Available on all podcast streaming sites.  theflockpod.libsyn.com/  Hosted by Patty Rose Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Ending track  “Mirror On The Wall”  By Brody Jansen aka IAME  Song available on the podcast Spotify playlist @ strpod.com/spotify  Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro  oregoncashflowpro.com  To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com
1:04:10
November 17, 2019
Ep51 Broken Radio 541
Part 3 of 4 in a series on Oregon podcasters.  Nate Ingman joins the podcast as an interview guest. Ingman is the co-host of Broken Radio 541, Oregon's #1 monthly hiphop podcast.  Born in 2006, died on 12/21/2012, and re-animated in 2016. New episodes air the last Friday of every month. Broken Radio 541 plays “sucker free” rap music and talk a lot of s**t along the way.  mybrokenradio.com  Hosted by Patty Rose  Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Ending track “100 Bars”  By Endr Won  Tour dates @ endrwon.com  Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro  oregoncashflowpro.com  To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com  To support the podcast go to strpod.com/sponsors
1:05:12
November 10, 2019
Ep50 Joey Helpish aka Unkle Nancy
Part 2 of 4 in a series on Oregon podcasters. Joey Helpish joins the podcast to discuss his music career, music teaching methods, and never stop approach to creativity.  Helpish is a self taught musician with over 4k recorded songs and has recently created his own education methods, techniques, and formulas.  Helpish also recently released his first book which is terrible and you probably shouldn’t read it. Just wanted to see if you were paying attention.  K bye @joeyhelpish Dandylandstudios.org “Creation is Possible” Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending track “Effortless” By Joey Helpish Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to strpod.com/sponsors
59:20
October 27, 2019
Ep49 the Nonsense Hour
Part 1 of 4 in a series on Oregon podcasters. Cohen and Adam Graves join the podcast to discuss their father and son themed podcast “The Nonsense Hour with Cohen and Adam”.  Adam is a University of Oregon graduate and father of two. Cohen is his 10 year old son (and star of the show). On their podcast they talk about everything from movies, music, and pop culture to aliens, science, and more. With a free-flowing format you never really know what will come up. The Nonsense Hour with Cohen and Adam is available on all major podcast streaming sites or nonsensehour.podbean.com Also, we have a brief phone call with the host of The Take 92 Podcast, Sammy Warm Hands, to discuss how his podcast came to be. The Take 92 Podcast is available on all major podcast streaming sites. To listen to music from Sammy Warms Hands go to take92.bandcamp.com Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending track “Stumble” By SelfEsteem BoatWillie feat. the Kid Espi Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to strpod.com/sponsors
59:50
October 13, 2019
Ep48 Impeachment Inquiry
A panel discussion on Donald J. Trump and the Impeachment Inquiry with three of the podcast’s most recognizable guests, James Barber, Blair Conrad, and Pat Miller. Also featuring an audio submission (via Twitter) from Jeremy Cummings. Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending track “Cheeto in the White House” By SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to strpod.com/sponsors
1:24:24
October 5, 2019
Ep47 Trans Rights w/ Ash Boeger
Ash Boeger joins the podcast to discuss transgender rights, the issues with comedy and marginalized citizens, and living in Oregon as a trans man. Boeger was raised in Eugene, Oregon, attended Willamette High School, and served as Pfc in the United States Army. He is a barber in Lane County as well as a proud member of the LGBTQ community. For more info on Trans Gender Rights Go to hrc.org/resources/understanding-the-transgender-community Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending Track “Will You Take a Chance” By David Uberti Aka Edward Outward Featured on the STRPOD Spotify playlist @ strpod.com/spotify Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to strpod.com/sponsors
58:22
September 21, 2019
Ep46 Patric Miller (2 Pats in a Pod vol.1)
Patric Miller joins the podcast as an interview guest. With more than 40 years of Entertainment, Music, Marketing and Production Services experience, Patric Miller’s resume is peppered with “bleeding edge” experience that includes more than 20 years of blogging, Award Winning Soundtrack work, and Broadcasting Services that make his knowledge of the internet and production arts as broad as the Duck pullover that has become his trademark image for his CrankyOldGuy.com blog site. Coming out of retirement from 20 years of Broadcast Internet Services, he is back on the scene with his latest ventures, ShopLocal541.com and SocialServices541.com, which combine a directory of local businesses and social service agencies, with a chance for great deals that benefit the countless Social Service agencies in the 541 area code region. An active worker in local and national politics, his CrankyOldGuy.com blog site, has become known for its common sense, “solutions over party politics” approach. With more than 40 years of advertising and marketing experience to draw from, now more than ever, “the best approach to winning back America” is a recurring theme of every post and crankyoldguy tirade. Crankyoldguy.com Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending Track “55 Bel Air” By Dopplegang Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to strpod.com/sponsors
1:14:03
September 15, 2019
Ep45 A Football Story
Levi Kinkade joins the podcast to discuss his career in football. Kinkade was a multi-sport athlete at Springfield High School in Springfield, Oregon and is currently enrolled at the University of Oregon studying Psychology and Crime Law and Society. Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending Track “Work For It” By Brody Jansen featured on the podcast Spotify Playlist @ strpod.com/spotify Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to strpod.com/sponsors
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September 1, 2019
Ep44 Ben Saunders
Ben Saunders joins the podcast as an interview guest to discuss his love of comic books, the changes in the comic book community, and his career as an educator. Saunders is a professor at the University of Oregon in the English Department. He is credited with creating the first ever minor in British and American Cartoons and Comics studies.  He has published multiple books, appeared as a speaker at Comic-cons across the nation and is widely recognized for his vast knowledge of cartoons and comics. Ending Track “Martha’s Song” By From August Featured on the STRPOD Spotify playlist @ strpod.com/spotify Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to strpod.com/sponsors
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August 25, 2019
Ep43 Season ONE Recap
 Blair Conrad returns to the podcast as a guest host and interviews Patrick Stutz (aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie),  the creator of the SPENT THE RENT PODCAST. They recap the completed 42 episode season one, the relationship with sponsors, the future direction of the podcast, and more.  Ending Track  “Baby Steps”  by SelfEsteem BoatWillie Featured on the STRPOD Spotify playlist @ strpod.com/spotify Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to  strpod.com/sponsors
54:27
August 11, 2019
Ep42 MVP Games and Sports
Henry Martin, co-founder of MVP Games and Sports, joins the podcast to discuss growing up in Oregon, his love of poker, and making the dream of owning a poker facility a reality.  Martin is a graduate of Springfield High School (Class of ‘00). He also studied Entrepreneurship, Marketing, and Economics at the University of Oregon.   After Opening July 12th 2019, MVP Games & Sports is a social gaming club in Corvallis, Oregon. They offer a wide array of activities, including tournament poker, pool, billiards, table tennis, foosball, darts, chess, console gaming, and much more!  Co-owner, Dustin Maddox, could not join us today on the podcast because they do have a business to run after all.   Website: mvp-games-and-sports.com FB: facebook.com/MVPGamesSports Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending Track “Hide Behind” By SelfEsteem BoatWillie Listen to this track and all music featured in the podcast on the NEW Spotify playlist @ strpod.com/spotify  Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to  strpod.com/sponsors
53:57
August 4, 2019
Ep41 Eugene Hockey w/ Dan Trent
 Dan Trent joins the podcast to discuss the exciting changes to youth hockey in Eugene, Oregon and the Northwest as a whole. Trent was born in Rochester, New York and has resided in Oregon for almost 20 years.  He has worked in youth athletics in the Eugene/Springfield area for over a decade and is currently the Head Coach of the Eugene Jr. Generals hockey team as well as the Physical Education Teacher and facilities coordinator at Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School. He also sits on the Board of Directors for LAHA (Lane Amatuer Hockey Associastion) as the Treasurer.   Eugene Generals eugenegenerals.com/ Social Media FB facebook.com/eugenegenerals/ FB facebook.com/eugenejrgenerals/ IG @eugenegenerals IG @eugenejrgenerals To sign up to play youth hockey Go to LAHA.org Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending Track “B.A.D.” By Coldfire soundcloud.com/coldfireband #grumblegrumblegrumble Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to  strpod.com/sponsors
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July 21, 2019
Ep40 Kaz Zaidi Returns
 Kaz Zaidi joins the podcast to discuss populism, authoritarianism, and the rise of the Alt-right across the globe.   Zaidi was born and raised in London, England and since relocated to Oregon where his wife grew up.  Zaidi is a graduate student at the University of Oregon studying Political Science. A great BBC article on global populism  www.bbc.com/news/world-43301423 Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending track  “Anarchaic”  By Dead Fucking Serious Pre-order @ take92.bandcamp.com Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to  strpod.com/sponsors
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July 14, 2019
Ep39 F.J. Gouldner
 F.J. Gouldner joins the podcast to discuss his writing career,  battle with alcoholism and depression, and so much more. Gouldner was born in Nyack, New York and moved to Oregon 3 years ago. Gouldner is now a Eugene, Oregon based Underground Writer that has written 6 books to date. The writing machine in his head is running at full steam, and shows no signs of breaking down any time soon. He is working on book #7 currently and is planning several other projects because, well, there's no time to waste… To read an excerpt and/or purchase audio book Go to fjgouldner.com  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie strpod.com Ending track  “You Are the Program” By Not A Part Of It Notapartofit.com Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to  strpod.com/sponsors
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July 7, 2019
Ep38 Debate Recap w/ James Barber
Former candidate for Lane County Commissioner, James Barber, returns to the podcast for the 5th time to discuss the two night MSNBC Democratic primary debate special that took place in Miami, Florida June 26th-27th.  Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Ending track  “Classy as Trump”  By Cerebral Coretext  Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro oregoncashflowpro.com To listen to all previous episodes, buy merch, and more go to strpod.com To support the podcast go to  strpod.com/sponsors
55:29
June 30, 2019
Ep37 UO Esports
 Members of the University of Oregon Club Esports team join the podcast to discuss the rise of the cyber-athlete, the growing popularity of competitive gaming as a spectator sport, and the push to become scholarship athletes at the UofO.   David Gugliotti - Incoming Director UO Esports Owen Kong - Advertising Sophomore Lauren Hutter - First year Art Major  Twitter @UOEsports Twitch.tv/UniversityofOregon Esport: A non-traditional sport involving any highly competitive and popular video game. A standard Esports gathering generally involves a large number of professional-level players competing against each other in a wide variety of tournaments, sometimes competing for tens of thousands of dollars. Esports are widely gaining popularity and acceptance as a respected position in many facets of the world. Fans of the differing games involved in Esports generally support the ideal that Esports involve just as much or more skill than many traditional sports. (Definition taken from urbandictionary.com) Ending Track “Unplug” by the AntiDope Recorded in Eugene, OR 2005 Spent the Rent Podcast recorded in Springfield, Oregon  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com Thank you for your support
52:58
June 9, 2019
Ep36 Voting Reform w/ Sara Wolf and James Barber
 Sara Wolf and James Barber join the podcast to discuss Voting Reform in Lane County.    Sara Wolf is the Executive Director of Equal Vote. Wolf is passionate about bringing Voting Reform to Lane County and beyond, and is working tirelessly to spread awareness to bring about change and insure every voter has their voice heard.   James Barber is a local activist and the Chair of the Democratic Party of Oregon Small Business Caucus. Barber is heavily involved with raising awareness about progressive policies in Oregon and is working hard to build coalitions inside of the Democratic Party. IMPORTANT LINKS Equal Vote Coalition equal.vote Star Voting starvoting.us Ending Track “Make it Easy” By Right Left Grand Recorded Live @ Lucky’s in Eugene, Oregon September 2007 (Courtesy of Chad Tehan) Spent the Rent Podcast recorded in Springfield, Oregon  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com Thank you for your support
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June 2, 2019
Ep35 Pacific Pub Cycle w/ Cindy Ingram
 Cindy Ingram joins the podcast to discuss a fun new way for friends and family to travel around Eugene, Oregon.  Cindy and her husband, John Alden, are the co-owners of Pacific Pub Cycle. Cindy has a long history in the Eugene area and has worked as the first female booking agent, General Manager of the WOW Hall, Event Manager of the Eugene Celebration, and so much more.  To book your bike tour today  Go to pacificpubcycle.com Find Pacific Pub Cycle on Social Media FB: facebook.com/PacificPubCycle IG: @PacificPubCycle Ending Track “I Can Fly” By Joaquin the Musician  soundcloud.com/joaquin-the-musician Spent the Rent Podcast recorded in Springfield, Oregon  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com Thank you for your support. Podcoin coming soon
45:27
May 19, 2019
Ep34 Amateur MMA fighter Alex Youngbauer
 Amateur MMA fighter Alex Youngbauer joins the podcast to discuss the challenges of competing before you become a professional fighter and why people sometimes decide to hold on to their amateur status.  Youngbauer was born in Cottage Grove, Oregon. He is a graduate from Thurston High School (Class of ‘14) and is currently taking college courses online with a goal of finding a career in sports performance with a focus on nutrition.  Youngbauer began wrestling in the 7th grade and continued thru high school.  He began training at Art of War in 2017 and, after a year of training, took his first amatuer fight. He is currently 2-1 as an amateur (at 125 lbs) and is hoping to turn professional in the near future. Follow Alex Youngbauer on Instagram @alexyoungbauer Ending track “I Try”  by Clowns of Class Spent the Rent Podcast recorded in Springfield, Oregon  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com
49:11
May 12, 2019
Ep33 YES to Housing w/ Daniel Ivy
Daniel Ivy joins the podcast to discuss the the housing crisis in the Eugene/Springfield area.  Ivy is the founding member of YIMBYES (Yes In My Back Yard Eugene Springfield), a newly forming non-profit that seeks to empower community stakeholders to say YES to housing affordability for ALL.  YIMBYES believes that housing is a basic human right and that ALL people should be housed. Community involvement in this process is critical to strengthening and diversifying our cities as a whole. Their main goal right now is to get community members to engage by listening to their podcast, visiting the website at yimbyes.org, and answering their calls to action as they arise.  FB: facebook.com/yimbyes yimbyes.org Ending Track “Here I’ll Stay”  By SelfEsteem BoatWillie Spent the Rent Podcast recorded in Springfield, Oregon  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com
52:59
May 5, 2019
Ep32 Jake "Overtime" Tattoos
Jake "Overtime" Williams joins the podcast to discuss his career as a Lane County, Oregon based tattoo artist. Williams was born and raised in the Eugene/Springfield area and attended both Springfield High School (class of ‘00) and Lane Community College.  He has fulfilled his lifelong dream of being a tattoo artist and, tho known for being humble in his craft, his work speaks for itself as he has become one of the most talented and respected artists in the area.   Williams can be found at Anchored Ink Tattoos in Springfield, Oregon. FB facebook.com/jakeovertimetattoos/ IG @jakeovertimetattoos His latest endeavor is his newly launched Youtube and social media brand 45 degrees NW Aimed to spotlight his passion for hunting and enthusiasm for the outdoors. CHECK IT OUT FB facebook.com/45degreesnw   IG @45degreesnw Ending Track “Feel Free” By Edward Outward Download @ edwardoutward.bandcamp.com Spent the Rent Podcast recorded in Springfield, Oregon  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com
56:25
April 28, 2019
Ep31 the Creative Types
Eugene, Oregon based hip hop-fusion musical duo, the Creative Types, join the podcast as interview guests.  The Creative Types are a collaborative effort of two of the area’s most talented and inspiring young visionaries who showcase diverse tracks featuring a rotating list of fellow northwest artists. They are very easy to work with both creatively and personally because they bring a positive attitude and professional approach to their craft.  The Creative Types  Vocals: Cerebral Coretext Music production: Will Brack Thecreativetypes.bandcamp.com Ending Track  “Let’s Get Into It” (feat. DJ Connah Jay) by the Creative Types Spent the Rent Podcast recorded in Springfield, Oregon  Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com
42:37
April 14, 2019
Ep30 Endr Won returns
 Eugene, Oregon hip hop emcee, Endr Won, returns to the podcast to discuss his upcoming headlining tour.  After countless requests across the country, Endr Won is officially hitting the road to headline the aptly title, “Chain Breaker Tour” and bring his message of substance over nonsense to 10+ states! A tour like this that proudly supports hip hop with serious content is only made possible by fellow believers in real lyricism, real skill, and real life. Also accompanying Endr Won on tour will be long time friend and producer/DJ, Joey Coffman as well as a quickly rising up and coming Oregon emcee, RXN. Despite having performed with some of the biggest names in the hip hop industry, the “Chain Breaker Tour” of 2019 is set to be Endr Won's first EVER official headlining tour.  (info taken from endrwon.com) For tour dates/tickets go to endrwon.com/shows Ending Track  “Cry Now” By Endr Won Endr Won was the first ever guest of  the Spent the Rent Podcast  and his return has been highly anticipated.      Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com  Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com
58:37
April 7, 2019
Ep29 International Student Winston Wang
Winston Wang joins the podcast to discuss life as an international student at the University of Oregon.  Wang was born in Vancouver, BC but due to his parents work he attended elementary and middle school in Taiwan.  He then attended high school at a Christian school in California.  He recently graduated from the University of Oregon (the only college he applied to due to).  While at the UofO he sang with the Eugene Symphony Chorus, The UofO Gospel Singers, The University Singers, and performed solo and duet performances for cultural events such as the Eugene Asian Festival and Cultural Nights at the UofO.  After graduation Wang we will be relocating to Tokyo, Japan where he has accepted a position as a project manager at a design firm.   Wang is a kind spirit with many talents to offer the world and Eugene, Oregon is a better place after having his as a resident these past few years. Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending Track “Time to Shine 閃耀時刻” By SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Featuring Winston Wang (aka lil Bento)  Stream now @ fanlink.to/Timestamp Lyrics available @  selfesteemboatwillie.bandcamp.com/track/time-to-shine-feat-lil-bento  Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com stream more episodes at strpod.com
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March 31, 2019
Ep28 Disc Golf w/ Dustin Keegan
 Professional Disc Golfer and Eugene, Oregon resident Dustin Keegan joins the podcast as an interview guest. Keegan is the COO of Universal Play Disc Golf and is sponsored by Dynamic Discs. He competes both on a local and national level and is well respected in the disc golf community.  Keegan is a 2004 graduate of South Eugene High School and also attended Lane Community College where he studied Energy Management.   uplaydiscgolf.org/  facebook.com/ uplaydiscgolf/  dynamicdiscs.com/  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Ending track  “Lead From The Heart” By the Creative Types Feat. SelfEsteem BoatWillie  stream/buy/download on 3/17 @ https://song.link/y/HhDjZwtKXEM  ☘️ Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! ☘️  Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com
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March 16, 2019
Ep27 Springfield w/ Zach Bessett
 Zach Bessett joins the podcast to discuss the positive changes made in Springfield, Oregon with the Springfield school district and much more. Bessett was elected to the school board in May 2017. He has been a resident of Springfield for more than 30 years and is a 2000 Springfield High School graduate. Having a teaching degree from Northwest Christian University himself, he is enthusiastic about helping create endless possibilities for our community's youth. He currently works as a sports and recreation coordinator at Willamalane, is a chair for the Springfield School Board, and is heavily involved with coordinating the middle school dances held at the Willamalane Bob Keefer Center  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending Track  “Relentless” by the Creative Types Featuring RxN Stream/buy/download @ thecreativetypes.bandcamp.com/track/relentless-feat-rxn   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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March 10, 2019
Ep26 Health Care for ALL w/ James Barber
 James Barber joins the podcast to discuss Health Care for ALL in Oregon, the questioning in the CNN Bernie Sanders town hall, the Michael Cohen hearing, and more.  Barber continues his passionate work as a Eugene, Oregon political activist raising awareness for progressive policies that the community so desperately needs. He is currently the treasurer for Our Revolution Lane County and runs his own insurance company.  For more info on Health Care for ALL in Oregon Hcao.org facebook.com/healthcareforalloregon/ Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending track  “I Stay Alive” By helpalotofus soundcloud.com/helpalotofus/i-stay-alive To submit a song to be played at the end of a podcast episode Contact the Spent the Rent Podcast via Facebook  @ facebook.com/strpod   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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March 3, 2019
Ep25 RxN
 Joining the podcast is Eugene, Oregon resident and hip hop artist, Simon Baum, better known by his stage name, RxN (pronounced re·ac·tion). Baum is a man equipped with an arsenal of artistic identities including recording artist, engineer, producer, and videographer. Creatively expressive, RxN’s lyricism paints vivid imagery on the canvas of the mind via engaging storytelling and heterogeneous wordplay coalescing into a captivating combination of relatable hip hop, both old school and new school. His sonic-sovereignty doesn’t stop there, but encompasses an array of eclectic styles ranging from boom bap to trap to LoFi. Rxnmusic.net Instagram.com/RxNMusic facebook.com/RxNMusic youtube.com/rxnmusic Ending track  “Right Now” By RxN Feat. Cerebral Coretext Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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February 24, 2019
Ep24 Suicide Prevention w/ Sara Whopner Scofield
 Sara Whopner Scofield joins the podcast as an interview guest.  Sara and her family are no strangers to mental illness and suicide.  Three generations of men in her family have taken their own life and Sara has found a way to fight a genetic predisposition to bipolar disorder and suicidal ideation through therapy and medication.   Her work with advocacy groups has given her, and those she has been able to help, the ability to fight for their own lives while raising awareness to this preventable tragedy.  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Afsp.org Social Media Links facebook.com/AFSPOregonChapter/ facebook.com/suicidepreventioneugene/ Ending track “Everyone Like Me” By Whopner County facebook.com/whopnercounty Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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February 17, 2019
Ep23 DACA w/ Ricardo Gomez
Ricardo Gomez joins the podcast as an interview guest. Gomez is a 2013 graduate of South Eugene high school and Eugene, Oregon resident.  He was born in Tepatitlan, Jalisco, Mexico and was brought to the United States as a 10 year old child.  After living in the US for the majority of his life it has now become his only home.  Gomez has worked as a manager of a locally owned and operated cafe bringing not only great cuisine but also culture and kindness to the Oregon community.   Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie For more information   Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Go to facebook.com/DREAMERSdaca/ americanimmigrationcouncil.org United We Dream unitedwedream.org/ facebook.com/UnitedWeDream/ Ending Track “Dreamer”  By SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Feat. Ricardo Gomez aka G.Ricky Available on Apple, Spotify, and all streaming sites Download for free  @ strpod.com/timestamp   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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February 10, 2019
Ep22 Politics w/ Mayo Finch
 Mayo Finch joins the podcast as an interview guest. Finch is a long time friend of our host and lifelong Eugene, Oregon resident and personality.  After dropping out of school in the 8th Grade his early education came from life experience, family influences, and constant travel.  He studied political science at Lane Community College and also attended the American Indian Journalism Institute in Vermillion, South Dakota.  Finch has a long history of work in the Eugene music scene doing marketing and canvassing as well as serving on the Board of Directors at the Wow Hall, where he hosted the wildly popular Cascade Knights events at Kesey Square in downtown Eugene, Oregon.  Currently he handles the marketing for a local law firm and is working on his own independent journalism.     Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending track “Separation of Church and State of Mind” By SelfEsteem BoatWillie Featuring Lomo Photo Courtesy of Melissa Nolledo facebook.com/MelissaNolledoPhotography/ to listen to episodes, read blog articles,  sponsor, donate, and buy merch  directly from the  Spent the Rent Podcast   go to strpod.com   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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February 2, 2019
Ep21 Suds 'Em Yourself
Dan Cole, the owner/operator of Suds ‘Em Yourself dog wash, joins the podcast as an interview guest.  Suds ‘Em Yourself is located on 11th and Charnelton in downtown Eugene, Oregon and is a self service dog wash and professional pet grooming business.     Suds ‘Em Yourself has a friendly staff and loyal customer base full of wonderful pooches from Lane County.  They also offer professional grooming and nail trimming and have a great selection of tools and toys for your canine companions.  Dan Cole is also the owner of Arden’s Clipper Repair and has a great reputation among Eugene barbers, and pet groomers alike, as one of the best clipper repairman in the area.  For more info go to Sudsemyourself.com facebook.com/Sudsemyourself (Instagram) suds_em_yourself Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending track  “500 Miles” By SlyGuy of Ocward Storms Available on Bandcamp @ slyguyocwardstorms.bandcamp.com/track/500-miles   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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January 26, 2019
Ep20 DEF davyne
DEF davyne (pronounced divine) is an Oregon based Hip Hop artist that is known for his verbal dexterity, intricate rhyme schemes, and emotional storytelling. He considers himself a writer first, but has been creating and performing music since the late 90’s. Raised in low-income neighborhoods in Southern California, music was a solace from his troubled childhood. After relocating to Oregon and earning his music business Bachelors in 2014, he went on to earn his Masters in entertainment business in 2018. He graduated at the top of his class and was honored as the Valedictorian both times. He plans to use his years of experience as an artist, and his newly acquired business knowledge, to give back to the Northwest Hip Hop community. Later this year, he will be launching a talent agency that will offer management and consultation services, catering strictly to Oregon based artists. He is currently finishing up his first industry level project, which will be distributed through Universal. In the meanwhile, his next independent release will be a mixtape highlighting a variety of artists in the 541 region, titled Fahrenheit 541. His music can be found on all major digital distribution channels and streaming services. He can be followed on all major social media sites @ /defdavyne facebook.com/DEFdavyne/ Ending track “Know About Us feat. LoLoRae” By Def Davyne Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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January 20, 2019
Ep19 Philly Cheese Steaks w/ Frank Allis
 Frank Allis joins the podcast as an interview guest. Frank is the owner/operator of Sunset Hut Philly Cheese Steaks located on the corner of 13th and Kincaid in Eugene, Oregon.  He was  raised in Blackwood, New Jersey but relocated to Oregon to be closer to family.  His brother has been the touring manager for the Wailers for many years and Frank is known to travel from festival to festival and is no stranger to a good party.  Frank’s true passion is cooking for his loved ones and rooting passionately for all the Philadelphia sports teams, especially the EAGLES.  GO EAGLES!!! Check out Sunset Philly Cheese Steaks on facebook @ facebook.com/Sunset-Hut-Philly-Cheese-Steaks-215429892342255/ Ending track  “Streets of Philadelphia” By Bruce Springsteen Hosted by Patrick Stutz  Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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January 12, 2019
Ep18 Cerebral Coretext
  Brenden Lynch, aka Cerebral Coretext, joins the podcast to discuss his career in the Eugene, Oregon hip hop community, his newfound love of photography, and the joy of fatherhood.   Lynch is originally from San Jose, California but relocated to Oregon as a teenager where he bumped elbows with local artists and some of the hardest working emcees in the area.  Coming together to form the Architex, a group of hip hop aficionados who continued a long legacy of DIY producers and performers in the Eugene hip hop scene. Currently he is working with his good friend Will Brack in the musical duo, the Creative Types.  He is also working on a collaborative album with local beatmaker James Cachero aka Tzarkazm.   Lynch is a graduate from the University of Oregon where he studied journalism, and public relations.  He recently started a side business, Spin Psycle Studio, utilizing his music production and photography experience.   For Lynch his hustle is never ending and with a second child on the way, sleep will most likely come much later in life, or never.    facebook.com/cerebralcoretext/  cerebralcoretext.bandcamp.com/  Ending track “Skeptical Daydream” By Cerebral Coretext Featuring Samantha Shoffner  Available on Spotify, Apple Music, and to download  @ cerebralcoretext.bandcamp.com/track/skeptical-daydream-ft-samantha-shoffner hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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January 5, 2019
Ep17 Kaz Zaidi
Kaz Zaidi joins the podcast to discuss Brexit, Democratic Socialism, and universal healthcare across the globe. Zaidi was born and raised in London, England and since relocated to Oregon where his wife grew up. He is a graduate student at the University of Oregon studying Political Science.  Ending track “Saying Merry Christmas Again”  By SelfEsteem BoatWillie Feat. J Philly and Donald J. Trump  Available to stream, download, and watch music video @ https://fanlink.to/Xmas  Merry Christmas and happy holidays from the Spent the Rent Podcast  Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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December 16, 2018
Ep16 Spiller
The band Spiller joins the podcast to discuss their upcoming west coast tour. Named after the University of Oregon dorm where they first met, Spiller’s four members came together from opposite sides of the world. Combining indie rock and jazz, their music doesn’t fall under one genre, so they invented their own: plant rock. Spiller’s sound, along with their love of foliage, gives them a unique personality that makes them hard to forget.  Ending track  “Nine” by Spiller From their newly released EP “Plant House”  Available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all streaming sites  Spiller is Justin Kiatvongcharoen (Drums)  Aidan D'Angelo (Bass)  Sam Mendoza (Guitar/Vocals  Luke Broadbent (Guitar/Vocals)  Spiller will be kicking off their tour at Lucky’s Club in Eugene, OR Wednesday December 12th @ 8pm  For all tour dates and more go to spiller.live/ IG: @spillertheband  Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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December 8, 2018
Ep15 Santa Ken Major
The Valley River Center mall Santa, Ken Major, joins the podcast. We discuss a dream where he had a calling to become Santa, his work previously as a Lane County Deputy Sheriff at the “Blue Bar Hotel”, and operating a mortuary in Springfield, OR. Major has been Santa since ‘95 and is recognized as the best Santa in Lane County.  Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Ending Song “Sounds Like Christmas is Here”  By SelfEsteem BoatWillie  featuring Nigel Burch aka 80HD (vocals) and Roger McConnell (guitar)  Full “Spent the Rent on Christmas” EP Available to stream, download, and more @ fanlink.to/Xmas  Photo Courtesy of Gina Gannarelli Merry Christmas   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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December 1, 2018
Ep14 Homeless in Eugene w/ Blair Conrad
Blair Conrad joins the podcast to discuss her personal story and homelessness in Lane County. Conrad has battled depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD, and addiction all of her adult life. Four years ago she found herself homeless with very little to be optimistic about. Today she is healthy, housed, employed and a happily married woman and mother of a young boy.  If you, or someone you love is homeless contact these websites for info on how to get help  Womanspace womenspaceinc.org/  St. Vincent de Paul (Eugene) svdp.us  Catholic Community Services ccslc.org/ Sheltercare sheltercare.org/  The Mission eugenemission.org/  Ending track “Term Oil Despair” By SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, and Bandcamp  Download @ selfesteemboatwillie.bandcamp.com/track/term-oil-despair Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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November 24, 2018
Ep13 Election Recap w/ James Barber
James Barber returns to the podcast to recap the midterm election results. Barber was a candidate for the East Lane County Commissioner position. He was defeated in the primary. He later endorsed the eventual winner, Heather Buch. Barber continues to be a strong presence in Lane County politics as a progressive and a proud member of Our Revolution Lane County.  For more from James Barber go to  https://www.facebook.com/JamesBarberforLaneCounty/  Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie  Ending track "Cheeto in the White House" by SelfEsteem BoatWillie  available on Spotify, Apple Music, and on bandcamp @ selfesteemboatwillie.bandcamp.com   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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November 10, 2018
Ep12 Pedal Power Music
Dave Villalobos (founder of Pedal Power Music) joins the podcast. Pedal Power Music connects people with the power of bicycles and music. Their scalable bicycle powered audio/visual system facilitates a truly unique experience that is fun, interactive and educational. This offering is a perfect way to connect the audience to the art that you’re presenting. Pedal Power Music can work closely with your organization to create an increase of bike culture within your targeted demographic. They love working with festivals and musicians but are available for anything from a backyard party to a major festival.  For more info and booking go to Pedalpowermusic.com  or email Dave@pedalpowermusic.com  Villalobos is also involved with the organization “Our Children’s Trust” who on October 26th were set to launch a lawsuit against the federal government over climate change and the effects it will have on future generations. The trial has been delayed but it will go forward at a later date. For more info to donate and/or volunteer to help this important cause go to Ourchildrenstrust.org  Ending track “Space Tree” by Medium Troy Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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October 26, 2018
Ep11 Rick Dancer
Rick Dancer is best known for his long career on local television news as an award winning anchor in the Eugene/Springfield area. Dancer had a brief stint in politics with a 2008 run for Secretary of State (on the Republican ticket) where he was narrowly defeated by future Oregon Governor Kate Brown. Currently he spends his time hitting the streets with a live broadcast on both Facebook and Instagram in which he familiarizes the local audience to its surroundings with an unmatched pizzaz. The often heartfelt broadcasts range from topics of personal struggle to controversial. Dancer has a knack of finding real people with real stories and truly giving them a voice and provoking action. His work has garnered respect from people in all walks of life and its is a tremendous honor to have him as a guest on the podcast.  For more info goto rickdancer.com @rickdancer  Ending track “Lead Or Get Out Of The Way” by SelfEsteem BoatWillie (feat. Haven) hosted by Patrick Stutz  aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
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October 26, 2018
Ep10 Star Voting
Mark Frohnmayer and Sara Wolf, representatives of STAR VOTING Lane County, join the podcast to discuss this crucial ballot measure designed to give voters a much stronger voice. (S.T.A.R. stands for Score Then Automatic Run-off) On November 6th Lane County Voters will have the opportunity to make history and vote in STAR Voting by voting "Yes on 20-290". If passed, STAR would be implemented by 2020 for all county elections with a single November general election (doing away with the closed primary process).  We urge everyone to check out www.starvoting.us/  for more info on this groundbreaking new way to have your voice heard on election day.  www.facebook.com/STARVoting/  www.starvoting.us/  Ending Track “Don’t Look Back" by SelfEsteem BoatWillie feat. Josh Martinez Available to purchase, download, and stream @ selfesteemboatwillie.bandcamp.com/  DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE (at your current address) is October 16th Go to vote.gov/ to register   Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro, LLC Oregoncashflowpro.com Stream this and all previous podcast episodes  @ strpod.com 
37:50
October 14, 2018
Ep9 UO Marching Band
“Georgia” Keith Lunsford is a trombone player for the University of Oregon marching band. He joins the podcast to discuss the rigors of preparing for a daunting college football season (even for the band), the excitement of participating in the ESPN College Football Gameday television coverage, and the time he almost died on the road in Seattle, Washington at the PAC12 Basketball Championship. Lunsford was born in Kennesaw, Georgia and grew up very far removed from the rainforest of the northwest but from a young age found an interest in the Oregon Ducks through his love of football. He set his sights on a cross country move and started his journey in Oregon by splitting time between Lane Community College and the University of Oregon. He is now a junior and full time student of the University of Oregon and anyone who knows him knows that his positive attitude and perseverance will take him anywhere he wants to go.
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October 7, 2018
Ep8 CJ Steezz of 86ixt LLC
CJ Steezz (of 86ixt LLC) joins the podcast. CJ Steezz is a Eugene, Oregon based musician and entrepreneur who recently went all in with his own (locally crafted) Tuxedo Vodka. CJ Steezz is the owner/founder of the 86xit brand, a multi-industry premium brand specializing in everything from music, film, fashion, and spirits. Tuxedo Vodka is only available in Oregon and is popping up at a liquor store near you soon. CJ Steezz just released a mixtape titled “Studio Booth Time Machine” available on all streaming sites now. Find CJ Steezz on facebook @ facebook.com/official86ixtbrand On Insta @cjsteezz86ixt and @86ixt_media Ending track “OMW” by CJ Steezz available on all streaming sites Music video on youtube @ https://youtu.be/AxxcirJxguA
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September 30, 2018
Ep7 Brody Jansen
Brody Jansen (aka Young B) joins the podcast as an interview guest. Jansen is a 24 year old hip hop artist from Eugene, Oregon who recently released his debut album “94 to Infinity” (available on all streaming platforms). He is truly making a name for himself on the local level with his sights set on much bigger pastures. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah (but raised in Roseburg, Oregon) Jansen has built a strong following on Facebook and Instagram and is one of the most talented up and coming artists in the Oregon music scene. With a blend of old school and new school flow his art has been well received by both young and old in the hip hop community. For Brody Jansen the sky is the limit and he is proving to “Want it All”. Ending track “Want it All” by Brody Jansen Available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all streaming platforms Find Brody Jansen on IG @Brody_Jansen Hosted by Patrick Stutz aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie
34:58
September 22, 2018
Ep6 Cameron Derby
Cameron Derby joins the podcast as an interview guest. Derby is a University of Oregon student in the school of journalism and host of the “Cam Derby Has the Floor” sports podcast. He has also worked with the University of Oregon’s KWVA radio on the show QuackSmack. During the summer of 2018 he worked as a sportscaster with an internship at Medford, Oregon’s KDRV 12 ABC news. He grew up in Medford, Oregon and has been an Oregon Duck fan his entire life and is now fulfilling a childhood dream to cover sports, his true passion, as a profession. For more info and to hear his podcast go to www.camderby.com/ Follow Cameron Derby on Twitter @CamDerbySC Ending track “Get the Matt a jumpin (Go Ducks)” by SelfEsteem BoatWillie Available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, and more. And for download @ https://selfesteemboatwillie.bandcamp.com/track/get-the-matt-a-jumpin
48:40
September 16, 2018
Ep5 the Defiant Divas
Amy Marie (a representative of “the Defiant Divas” clothing boutique) joins the podcast. The Divas are a group of over 25 women with the mission to spread the message of a body positive self image, a healthy spirit, and independence for woman while having fun doing it. Founded by Michelle Lyons, the divas continue to be a strong presence in the local Lane County community doing fashion shows, photoshoots, and working with a variety of charities all centered around independent women. For more info and events go to https://www.facebook.com/TheDivasFanPage/ Ending track “Pieces” by Samantha Shoffner (from Eugene, OR) Available on Spotify, Soundcloud, Apple Music and more
27:11
September 15, 2018
Ep4 James Barber
An interview with James Barber of Our Revolution Lane County. Barber was a candidate for the East Lane County Commissioner position. He is a progressive Democrat who believes in raising the minimum wage to suit the growing cost of living, Medicare for ALL, and getting money out of politics. During his run for County Commissioner he found himself in hot water as some questionable tweets from his past surfaced and he was in a position far too many in the public eye find themselves these days. Having to defend the character of a much younger individual self. He showed that he has grown tremendously and has evolved as a human being and father. At the debate at which he addressed the issue the response to his heartfelt apology was as animated and supportive of any other topic discussed in the debate as a whole. Lane County residents, like all Americans, love a redemption story.
39:53
August 26, 2018
Ep3 Kyle Yamada
An interview with author and Eugene, Oregon resident Kyle Yamada. Yamada is a high school teacher who loves geeking out with his students about technology, but he hates it when they ignore him to look at their phones. He's been fascinated by high tech and the future ever since he fell in love with movies like Blade Runner and Back to the Future as a kid in the 1980s. Now that 2015 has come and gone without flying cars or hoverboards, he is skeptical about the promise of technology yet still can't help but get excited about the newest gizmos, especially if they come in a sleek, black case. In the rare moments when he's not teaching, creating, walking the dog or spending time with his family, Kyle enjoys reading classic science fiction. He lives in Eugene, Oregon with his wife and two kids. Metanid Convergence is his first novel. Available on Amazon @ amazon.com/author/yamada
36:43
August 19, 2018
Ep2 That Oregon Life
Tyler from That Oregon Life joins the podcast to talk about his website thatoregonlife.com that has reached 400k followers and continues to grow. At That Oregon Life, the goal is to provide the best premium Oregon content for Outdoors, Lifestyle, Sports and more. A community of proud Oregonians who love experiencing and sharing everything Oregon has to offer. for more go to thatoregonlife.com
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August 12, 2018
Ep1 Endr Won
an interview with Eugene, Oregon hip hop artist Endr Won. Endr Won is recognized and respected as someone who prides himself on substance over nonsense through a combination of lyrical skill and rigorous honesty. Hailing from Eugene, Oregon, Endr Won is especially admired for his attention grabbing LIVE performances that utilize confident stage presence, crowd interaction/participation, and a raw talent level that simply sets Endr Won apart from the majority. Endr Won's career as an artist has been a long road but has recently taken him across the country on a national tour and will soon take him across Canada on his first international tour. The release of his 3rd album is slated for September 2018. (some info was taken from his bio listed on endrwon.com)
34:31
August 5, 2018
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