On Jan. 13, people all over Hawaii received an emergency alert on their phones: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”
After 38 minutes, those who got the alert learned that it actually was only a drill. But what happened during those 38 minutes for the people who had to live through it?
On this episode I have a LOT of questions for my good friends Kelsey Donahue and Shane Witsell, who were both in Hawaii during the alert.
I love Snapchat as much as the next guy, but not nearly as much as my friend Luis Rodriguez.
In the episode I have a lot of questions for Luis about why he likes solely using Snapchat for communication. Shannon Sneade is also a guest. We discuss talking to crushes, dick pics (there’s no better way to phrase that) and more.
In this bonus episode, I talked to eight different people, ranging from 7 to 63 years old.
I asked each of them: What does love mean to you?
(Heartbeat sound by Daniel Simion at soundbible.com. Music from purple-planet.com)
Because of the stress of finals (and my lack of posting), I have been inspired (by myself) to start putting out bonus episodes in addition to my every-other-week episodes as I see fit.
I did an audio editorial in my class about CBS’ Survivor’s blatant lack of diversity.
Information about this bonus episode:
Survivor is one of the most popular reality television shows of all time, clocking in at more than 17 years of being on air.
I get why the show is successful - its strategy,...
In this episode I raise the hardest question of all time: Would you rather find the love of your life or your passion in life?
I have a lot of questions about love and the future for my friends Zach Engberg and Mirella Lopez.