This episode was recorded October 24, 2016. Listen to the whole conversation in the player above, or click on the links below to go to a specific segment of the show!
Maybe, just maybe, the reason I’m so high on the next generation (and the one after that, considering how old I feel/am) is having friends like Joe Taylor. Wise beyond his years – which is a terribly patronizing thing to say about someone now that I read it back to myself – he’s a thoughtful person with a take on things that I appreciate every time we get to chat.
Listening back to our conversation on To a Certain Degree, I realize there are a lot of things I forgot to ask about (like Iceland) and other things I wish we had more time for (like implicit bias). That’s what I get for bringing up UCF vs. UConn.
0:00 – Get to know Joe through a little game called the Dog or Pony Show.
23:56 – Joe and I go way back, and we’re both parents. We discuss what our parents emphasized as important, and what we’re focusing on with our kids.
35:59 – Pop quiz! Addiction guerrilla marketing, Deadpool changes, DDoS attacks, and Orlando City.
47:54 – Bad Business Ideas™! An all-automotive edition.
49:37 – “I’m not sure you know what a spy is.”
59:59 – Joe’s take on music, starting with one of his favorites, Jimmy Eat World.
1:09:14 – A pre-election racial equality conversation. Because Joe’s the kind of guy I can have that kind of conversation with.
1:18:44 – End the show on an education note talking about Joe’s college background.