Medical go ahead

I fully expected my doctor to say the Intermittent Fasting test I want to do is a bad idea. Or that it would be contraindicated with my heath medications.  Turns out she’s all for me giving it a try.  Her reading on the subject says that it should work well for me. We talked about specifics of the test and of what it will likely do to my body.  I got my blood work done now and will have it done shortly after I complete the test so we will have numbers to look at. Under my doctor’s advice I[…]

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I've Been Wrong Before

Upcoming Podcast episodes and small changes

The I’ve Been Wrong Before Podcast is happy to announce that the next two episodes: What is Incite Queer Writers Read? With Kate Gray and Kate Carroll de Gutes; upload date 03/01/2020 Tall Kate and Bowtie Kate (listen in to find out who’s who) graciously stopped by the studio and talked about what Incite is, how it got started, and why it’s important.  I think you will enjoy our chat. Lying for a living with Steven Brust; upload date 03/15/2020 Author Steven Brust counts himself lucky to be a working writer with a long career. It still amazes him that[…]

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You gotta push the button

“Failure is Always an Option” – Adam Savage Well it finally happened. I’ve had scares before where I didn’t think I recorded an interview, but it turned out I had but at a really low volume.  Thank you Anjie for making that listenable. But yesterday, yesterday I bit the big one. I had a fabulous interview with Todd Cochrane the CEO of Blubrry who happens to be my podcast hosting provider and a sponsor of this show!  I did my research had my questions ready and we were off.  Todd is an experience interviewee.  He has great stories.  We discussed[…]

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I was so wrong about what it’s like to be disabled

During Erin Ehm V Blatchford I got up on my soapbox a little bit.  It’s my microphone I can rant if I want to. What I didn’t know is that the Tuesday after that episode aired, I’d end up going on a journey into what its like to have a disabled spouse with limited mobility. My wife, and the I’ve Been Wrong Before Podcasts sound engineer, was injured at her day job. The injury has resulted in a lot of constant pain, the inability to walk, and a battle of wills with the workmen’s comp insurance people.  My type extroverted,[…]

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Thankful

Hey guys I want to share with you a big reason why The I’ve Been Wrong Before Podcast got off the ground. Anjie Furian Seriously that’s the big reason right there.  I got everything together for the podcast and got my first couple of interviews recorded. But the editing is when I ran into issues that I had no familiarity with.  My wonderful wife asked if she could help.  I was leery.  Not because I didn’t think she could do it but because I didn’t want to rope her into something that I viewed as a long term project and[…]

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Fiddly Bits

The hardest thing about doing this podcast has been the 900 million decisions that all interact with each other. A lot of it comes down to figuring out what I want the end product to be and then working backwards to get to the point where I am aiming in the right direction to make that happen. I had a blog before I had a podcast and I didn’t want to lose the 400 or so regular followers I’d built there. But try as I might I couldn’t financially justify sticking with that platform as I built the podcast. Now[…]

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