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UPDATE: Thank You for the Love Over the Break! What's Next?: Zac Gandara

UPDATE: Thank You for the Love Over the Break! What's Next?: Zac Gandara

If you're a fellow "Loser" with us, then you know that I just took my first break from the podcast since launch in 2015. This episode is an update on how “the break” has been going and when we will be back up with weekly episodes.

EPISODE 159: Hitting Pause: Zac Gandara

EPISODE 159: Hitting Pause: Zac Gandara

Some big news for the podcast as we've moved into a new studio! Which has coincided with my marriage transitioning into a new place? Candidness, transparency, and honesty are the values of the podcast, right?

EPISODE 144: Find Your Own Way: Josh Black, a.k.a. “Ronald McFondle”

EPISODE 144: Find Your Own Way: Josh Black, a.k.a. “Ronald McFondle”

Josh Black left his home in North Dakota when he was a teenager, in hunt of a bigger, better life. He found it and learned a lot along the way. This is the story of a transient, homeless kid, who found his own way.

EPISODE 141: My Dad, The Stepdad, The Streets, and TV: Jeff Leonard

EPISODE 141: My Dad, The Stepdad, The Streets, and TV: Jeff Leonard

The story of what shaped Jeff Leonard. Divorced Parents, a single dad, the contemptible stepfather, the streets, and bootlegged television. Here is one of those episodes that are entertaining, informative, and transformative all the way to the end.

EPISODE 126: No Good, No Evil, Just Us: Matthew Camardo

EPISODE 126: No Good, No Evil, Just Us: Matthew Camardo

Matthew hasn’t had a television in years; he doesn’t own a microwave, he isn't on social media.  He’s a commercial fisherman spending months at sea with no connection to the rest of the world. We discuss some hopes for the future of humanity and what it's like to be unplugged...

EPISODE 067: Loser Stories: F**k Awareness Get Help for Suicide: Justin Beall

EPISODE 067: Loser Stories: F**k Awareness Get Help for Suicide: Justin Beall

In this episode, Justin, our 25-year-old Naval Hospital Corpsman, Third Class, Fleet Marine Force, HM3(FMF), Loser.  Shares about what to do about suicide as a military, armed forces, corpsman.  He shares candidly about the militaries abundance of awareness training, but the serious lack of problem-solving availability when it comes to suicide help in the military.

Like most large organizations, there is a severe culture problem.  When it comes to Marines getting help.  If there is help to be sought out, it's hard to gain traction because you're moving around all the time.  Not to mention, what Marine would get help when their superiors and peers all take a stance of "needing help means you're weak."  As far as I'm concerned, F**K THEM!