New Episode! Jose recaps Christmas and what it means to be thankful for the kind people around. Also, a brief chat about how the weight loss isn’t going and how to get the ball rolling for new years resolutions.
Solo episode! Jose tries to make things light by sharing awkward stories from his high school days, writing a terrible resume’ in class and striking out with someone who was trying to show him gratitude.
Comedian and Adult Actress Silvia Sage, Stoner and Comedian Stoner Rob join Jose to talk comedy, the downsides to sex, comedy and being an adult. Brainstorming for quick rich schemes and Jose retells the story of getting hit by Steve-O.
Jose is joined by Aerial Washington in this episode. A brief solo discussion about approaching a stranger in an emotional situation, a Morgan Freeman impersonation contest and a new edition of Bus Chronicles. Subscribe and rate on iTunes and Stitcher.
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Jose and guest co-host Aerial Washington talk creepy moments, awkward moment with hearing neighbors have sex, AI movie concept, Jeff Goldblum, bad date that turned into creep and convicted sex offender, and Bus Chronicles advice.
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In this solo episode, Jose talks about trying to avoid the pitfalls of repetitive bad patterns including emotional dumping, habits of criticism and being reluctant to do the things that could improve your day to day headspace.
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Solo Episode! Jose reads the second email asking for advice, and it’s about moving for new love! Jose rambles on with advice on whether or not to take a chance and learning how to take advice from those who you dismiss. Also, Bachelor sucks.
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