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Conversations surrounding the future of technology, art, music, mental health, philosophy, and a dash of true-crime chaos. Click HERE to stream the show.


Reeves Wiedeman explains how WeWork founder Adam Neumann aka the "billion dollar loser" lost the company $39 Billion in one year.

WeWork has been called the "$47 billion disaster” founded by Adam Neumann. Reeves Wiedeman, the author of Billion Dollar Loser: The Epic Rise and Fall of WeWork (Adam Neumann) explains what happened to WeWork in 2021.

On one hand, this episode is about the catastrophic story of WeWork and Adam Neumann but perhaps more importantly it’s about Silicon Valley, what Jack Tran calls “History’s Greatest Ponzi Scheme."

This conversation started with Adam Neumann but quickly lead to Elizabeth Holmes, Bad Blood, Theranos, and other Silicon Valley start-up disasters. Oh, and we can’t forget about Billy McFarland, the man responsible for the start-up fraud known as “Fyre Festival."

Welcome to the story of WeWork, Adam Neumann, and the chaotic culture of Silicon Valley’s so-called “unicorn” funding.

Reeves Wiedeman is a Contributing Editor at New York magazine. He has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Harper's, Men’s Journal, and other major publications. Billion Dollar Loser, about the rise and fall of WeWork, is his first book.

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Ed Calderon explains the influence of El Chapo. #ElChapo #EdCalderon

Surviving Mexican drug cartels and cartel corruption explained by Ed Calderon, a Mexican crime and Narcos expert. Also in this episode, Ed Calderon predicts military intervention in Mexico in 5 years, the influence of El Chapo, the fall of El Chapo, and why El Chapo’s son was released. We also talked about how Mexico’s cartel power goes beyond drugs in the form of money laundering or what Ed call’s “the art of cleaning money”.

Ed Calderon has worked in the fields of counter-narcotics, organized crime investigation, in the northern border region of Mexico for over a decade. He is considered to be one of the top experts for Mexican drug cartels and narcos operations and tactics.

Ed Calderon is best known in pop culture for his multiple appearances on The Joe Rogan Experience. Both episodes #1302 and #1408 are fascinating.

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His most recent episode with Joe Rogan: (The Joe Rogan Experience #1408 - Ed Calderon)

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How Starbucks became an $80b business with coffee expert Scott Rao.

How does Starbucks make money, is Starbucks actually a bank not a coffee business, and coffee tips for beginners from Scott Rao. Today we cover everything you've ever wanted to know about coffee with Scott Rao. We talked about how Starbucks really became a coffee giant, how "bad" coffee took over America, and how Starbucks is actually a bank. + How to start a coffee shop, the global coffee crisis, the magic of salt in coffee, espresso vs coffee, and all of the basics about coffee.

As a daily coffee consumer, I wanted to record a fun coffee 101 episode to learn some facts about coffee you probably didn’t know and if Starbucks is really considered that "bad" amongst coffee experts like Scott Rao.

Scott Rao is an author and consultant with over 20 years of experience in the coffee industry. Scott has owned several cafes and roasting businesses and has written four professional-level books about coffee making, including The Professional Barista's Handbook and The Coffee Roaster's Companion.

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