October 1, 2018
This episode strays from our normal format. One punch deaths are something everyone hears about, but rarely do you actually meet the guy who threw the tragic punch. Jeets was a 21 year old kid from the burbs whose preteen years were spent in foster care bouncing from school to school. Often the new black kid at white schools, he learned how to defend himself early on. Far from a thug, he was well liked by teachers, parents, and his peers. None of that mattered much when he was challenged to a fight at a summer festival. His victim was a larger man who threw the first punch. Our guest ducked it and countered with an uppercut that would land him in a maximum security prison for 8 years, and many lives forever shattered.
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September 12, 2018
Episode 50! Thank you everyone for sticking with us along this journey. We couldn't have accomplished any of this without you and we are excited to continue to grow the show moving forward.
This week's episode features a hospice nurse, Patty. She has experienced more death than just about anyone. She cares for and builds relationships with patients just to have them die. The emotional rollercoaster she is on would take it's toll on anyone. Don't worry it's not all sad. We talk about breaking corpses bones, stabbing dead bodies and playing practical jokes in the hospital as well.
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September 5, 2018
This week's episode features Morgan, an eye removal technician. She harvests corneas from dead bodies so they can be donated to people in need. This episode brings us back to cringe worthy gore. She goes into great detail about her experiences cutting out corneas.
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August 9, 2018
This fighter pilot was a true top gun. 190 confirmed kills in one mission, tought pilots how to win dog fights and consistantly dropped bombs within 8ft of his target. In this episode we sat down with a Vietnam War Veteran and had a great time. He had, by far, the best sayings we've ever heard from a guest. Our favorite was "snoopin and poopin". Let us know what your favorite was.
June 13, 2018
No, he's not the guy that drags unruly passengers out of first class and no his job is not a real life version of snakes on a plane. However, Pierre has thwarted possible terror attacks while 30,000 feet in the air. We broke out the Jameson with Pierre and Jay (from ep. 9 & 11) and talked about the crazy life of an air marshal.
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June 7, 2018
This episode was slightly different then some of our past episodes. If you enjoyed the episode with the special needs parent, hell even if you hated that episode, you'll love this one. This week's guest talked about all things schizophrenia. She even had a patient that heard voices telling them to kill her parents and the family dog. Mike lester co-hosts this episode and has a strong connection to mental illness (not meant to be a diss toward Mike. His parents suffered from mental health issues)
For anyone dealing with schizophrenia or that would like more resources for mental health issues check out the links below.
National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI)- https://www.nami.org
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Crisis Text Line- https://www.crisistextline.org or text HOME to 741741
National Institute of Mental Health- https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml
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May 31, 2018
Shane Mauss originates from La Crosse, WI and got his big break after moving to Boston. He has been on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel, HBO, Showtime, Comedy Central and now... Profession Confession. We were lucky enough to sit down with Shane and talk about his view on sex and his extensive use of psychedelics.
Check out Shane's science podcast, Here We Are, which can be found on iTunes. The debut of his documentary, Psychonautics, will be held at Mann's Chinese Theatre in L.A. on June 15th at 5pm. Click the link below for tickets.
Shane can be found on social media @shanecomedy and online at http://www.shanemauss.com
May 11, 2018
We had a fun chat with David, a Deputy Sheriff in a rural area. He covers an entire county and you wouldn't believe some of the things he has seen. This episode is a lighter episode, especially compared to the Dead Baby Photographer, so you can leave the box of tissues on the table. David has been shot at by a war vet, picked up brains at a crime scene and pulled over someone while they were getting "road head".
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8:30- Work Persona
10:45- Road Head
13:15- Pulled Over In Squad Car
17- Cop Rivalries
20:30- Attacked by a Civilian
25- Dealing with Stress
27:30- Worst Death
28:50- Darkest Call
30:50- Good vs. Evil
32- Hand to Hand Combat
36- Golden Rule
37- Fun Calls
39- Gabe gets Arrested
43- Hot Pursuit
44- Getting Tazed
45- Bee Ruins Tacos
46:20- Pepper Spray
48:30- Soveirgn Citizens
50:30- Domestic Call
53- Almost Killed Someone
55:30- Scared on the Job
58- Culture Affecting the Job
1:00:30- Evil Person
1:08:20- Bad Cops
1:11:20- Police Brutality
1:17:00- Pulling Over Judges Mom
1:18:30- Arresting Women
1:19:30- Easy to get Chicks?
1:20:15- Excuses to get out of Ticket
1:23:00- Gabe Kissed Wendy
1:28:00- Worst Accident
1:30:20- Worst Injury
May 5, 2018
WARNING controversial, insensative jokes and cringe worthy stories throughout this episode. This is an extremely dark episode and like all of our other guests, Linda Ann, laughs her way through a dark and depressing career path. She takes phographs of dead babies for families in hospitals. When you are constantly around people on the worst day of their lives you will develope a dark sense of humor. We in no way are making fun of the families or their situation. We simply are trying not to cry as we navigate this unbelievable episode.
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6:11- How do you get started?
14:00- Family holds dead baby.
15:00- Hardest picture to take?
15:45- Uterine Abruption
17:00- Different ways babys die
23:00- Maintaining relationships with families
24:20- First picture
26:45- Snack break
28:00- Catching baby's only smile
30:00- What do you say to families?
31:20- Saddest person in the room
32:30- Do you cry?
34:30- Holding dead baby at funeral
37:30- Stealing pictures
41:15- Baby survived
43:00- Little sister asks a million questions
44:15- Religous outlook
46:50- Building wells in Africa
49:00- People accidentally seeing dead baby pictures
51:00- Art form?
52:15- Taking pictures of a friend's baby
53:15- Getting good pictures