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Welcome to the Dirtbag Asians podcast, where two wandering dirtbags talk about how they've utterly failed to be model Asian kids. You know what we mean: be a doctor / lawyer / engineer, get married, have kids, rinse&repeat. Join co-hosts Emile Young and Vang Nguyen as they discuss Asian identity, work-life balance, alternative lifestyles, and why the heck we do it all. Updates every other Wednesday.
 
The Dirtbag's Radio Show (Formerly known as "Dirtbag Radio- Houston" ) has evolved as a comedy sex podcast, initially starting out as a project by 2 aspiring comedians and 2 strippers, putting out weekly podcast and cross promoting with local businesses around the Houston area, to grow into a very popular radio program, having real close ties to the night life club industry in Houston, Tx. Many hosts have came and left through out its initial start in 2010, as a spin off radio show, from a p ...
 
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What connects the past, present and future of rock climbing? In season one of Climbing Gold, the sport’s biggest star Alex Honnold and co-host Fitz Cahall take you on a tour through climbing, from the early days of the lunatic fringe where dirtbag climbers gambled with their lives to chase the edge of human imagination, to today’s new generation of…
 
“From here, it’s going to be easy.” Ryan Wichelns and Gabe Messercola repeated this phrase throughout their 21 day expedition in Denali National Park in 2015. From crossing scree-covered glaciers, to traversing ridgelines and downclimbing icy cliffs, to fording waist-deep rivers, Alaska taught these young mountaineers a lesson in making and letting…
 
Hello my fellow Dirtbags and Dirtbaguettes, Dirtborgs, and Dirtbogs. I’m very excited for this week’s episode of A Dirtbag’s Guide because I got to interview none other than my friend, Joe Reinhart. While he’s pretty well known for being a pretty damn good friend, he’s probably better known for being the guitarist/producer of the bands Hop Along an…
 
On this week’s episode of A Dirtbag’s Guide, we have my longtime pal and fellow road warrior, Kirk Dath of Crook and the Bluff. Kirk and I met through a mutual friend back in my post-University of Utah days. We talk about Kirk’s experiences moving around a lot in childhood and how growing up the child of music fans led him to mowing lawns to save u…
 
“I think being on foot just allows you to walk past a person's front door. I think that's really important," says Rickey Gates. Rickey learned a lot about his country when ran across the United States. But when he finished, he realized his trip was incomplete and he set out to run every single street in San Francisco. His efforts to get to know the…
 
Hey Dirtbags! I have a really special episode for you all this week and that's because our guest is none other than James Munoz. Growing up in Arizona, I used to see James and his band, The Bled, play as often as I possibly could. I've probably seen them as many times, if not more, than any other band. I was so stoked when he agreed to talk with me…
 
This week we have fellow musician, David Quinn. Due to a technical issue, the beginning of our conversation got cut off, but it worked out because it jumps right in at the meat and potatoes of David's story. David talks about his journey from Chicago drummer to recording his own music with legendary musicians and his lifelong love of all things cow…
 
“Thru-hiking started to feel like a compulsion: I had to hike the same way I had to breathe,” writes Eloise Robbins. After she fell in love with another thru-hiker on the PCT, she uprooted her life to be with him in Canada. Deprived of a job, a community, and most of all--mountains, Eloise wondered if the sacrifice for love was worth it.…
 
Hey Dirtbag listeners! We recorded this show in January, for the January 13, 2021 show. But due to unforeseen circumstances, it wasn't aired in January, so we are airing it this month! Meanwhile, stay warm...and protect whatever plants you need to and can protect.Host Gle...저자 KBOO Community Radio
 
The older I get, the more I realize that the days you wind up considering to be absolutely pivotal in your life often don't seem like very big or important days at the time they're happening. I've also started to notice that those really big, important days are few. You'd be lucky to get two or three in a year. I look back on the day I met my buddy…
 
How do you travel without a phone?! Are we over-insured bubble people? Sponsored dirtbag surfer Mari Ota dishes on hitchhiking through Morocco, living in the Barcelona Airport for two weeks, and being comfortable with uncertainty. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/dirtbagasians)저자 Emile Young & Vang Nguyen
 
Happy Groundhog Day, Dirtbags! I kind of feel like we've been stuck in the same daily loop for a year now, so let's hope that little fucker don't see shit! This week, we have my friend, fellow New Yorker, and one of the most prolific musicians I know, Matt C. White. Matt pretty much always has his hands working on some form of musical escapade - th…
 
“There should be no friction in the system. If someone wants to come and climb, they should be able to come and climb,” says Abby Dione, owner of Coral Cliffs in Florida. When Abby had to close her doors in March 2020 because of COVID-19 restrictions, she wasn’t sure how long she could keep the business afloat. Faced with losing its only climbing g…
 
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