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#268: Back Problems

August 29, 2015

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Adam and Drew open the show talking to Carey Nachenberg about his work with underprivileged youths and trying to help get as many kids into adequate charter schools as possible. Later, the guys go to the phones and the conversation turns to tackle football and its pros and cons for young boys. They also take a call from a young father wondering how to approach the topic of sex with his teenage daughter. As the show winds down they speak to a caller who is having severe back problems who wants to know about the pros and cons of Neuropathy. Superfan Sidebar >>

Producers: Chris Laxamana and Gary Smith

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#267: Him and Her

August 27, 2015

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Dr. Drew opens the show discussing the recent tragedy in Virginia. He then inquires about Adam’s plans to build a new, energy efficient ‘envelope’ home in his current neighborhood in Los Angeles due in part of efficiency but also because he feels he has finally found a sense of community in a city largely devoid of it. Adam then tells Drew about his recent experience at his kids’ back to school night and some pronoun miscommunication that led to extreme confusion. Superfan Sidebar >>

Producers: Chris Laxamana and Gary Smith

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#266: Vigor

August 22, 2015

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Adam and Drew open the show discussing vigor and how people who have that quality will inherently be better off in both life and the workforce. They then turn to the phones and speak with fans on a variety of topics including concerns with passing on a disease to a child and the best time to propose. Superfan Sidebar >>

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#265: Energy

August 19, 2015

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Adam opens the show catching up with Drew about his trip to Monterey and the recent passing of the family dog Molly. The conversation then turns to Adam’s thoughts on people’s energy and how what you project will shape the image that people have of you. The pair then turn to the phones and speak to a caller with a question about Adam’s upbringing that transitions into Adam’s thoughts on how different kinds of parents can play a huge role in shaping different kinds of workers. Superfan Sidebar >>

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