Where or where do I even start?! FaceBook has been on a tear here recently and we thought it would be a GREAT time to stop and really read/think through the message behind the message. I had a quick opening to have a conversation regarding this very topic with my friend Makua and I think you’ll certainly love the fun banter alongside points made. No editing aside from trimming and getting right to it! Take a listen and would LOVE to hear your feedback whether you agree or disagree alongside any points you think we have missed!
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Good Sunday morning! I finally figured out what I needed to do to get audio back up, so problem solved! I appreciate the security measures, so cannot make the argument there.
Nonetheless, this is a few days late out of the gate of what I wanted to post – regardless, it’s here. I hope you all had a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving with family and friends! Speak to you all soon because it’s time to head downstairs and get started on some leftovers! Yes. During breakfast. It’s always the right time.
Good Tuesday morning coming to you from north of Atlanta! I hope everyone had a chance to vote early, however, if you did not, today is the day! Elections always matter and they truly do shape the future. It’s up to us today to do our civic duty to show our true patriotism and vote for those you believe would help uphold our morals and values. Even if we disagree, we all believe in democracy and this/us is America!
Side note: You know drinks and streaming from #Twitter will be happening this evening! #Vote #HappyElectionDay
Good Saturday morning! This past week has been a REAL long week for myself alongside many people I know. It has been a tough look given the state of the current economy here in the United States. Many people have lost their jobs while several more are working from home. On top of that, mostly everyone “feels” stuck inside, which has created a receipt for depression and other issues.
So today, we just wanted to take some time to just be cool. Reminisce, if you will, on some good times and fun things we do inside. There’s no agenda or message here. It’s just a couple of dudes having an open, spontaneous conversation while others chime in.
So if you are really looking for something meaning, my Podcast today doesn’t really offer this. However, if you are just looking to unplug, have some fun, and take a trip down memory lane, then by all means, join us!
Good Sunday morning everyone and let me start off by giving you a language alert on this one! Normally we keep things pretty clean but you know, when it’s a fireside chat, it is what it is. And I certainly don’t want to take away from the context but I do want to throw out that warning.
With that being said, I had the pleasure to spend some time talking with Jonathan Wood, a great human being and colleague. No agenda. No rules. Just quarantined and chill.
What is going on with all this confusion and nay saying?! In this Podcast, I wanted to discuss a few things- even if it’s just my voice as I struggled to get anyone this late to join me. Here are some of the thoughts I solely discussed and would LOVE to hear your insights and feedback on:
Nintendo Switch Services went down- game night’s important during my social distancing ya’ll
Zoom (amongst others) really struggled to keep up
Does Trump’s privileged past make it hard for him to embrace empathy
Why do we always blame the media
Should we broadcast false information if it comes from a newsworthy and high official
I kept it a bit brief and hope to hear some feedback from you all on your experiences and insights. You know where to reach me: @Terrance_Blount HERE, or there’s my email too: Terrance.Blount@gmail.com
There’s so much going on as we speak. I invited my friend, Makua (who I have worked with for many years) to have an open discussion with me. There is also a lot of misinformation out there, so PLEASE do your due diligence and make sure to follow the CDC and their recommendations, which can be found here: