On Jan. 13, people all over Hawaii received an emergency alert on their phones: "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL."
After 38 minutes, those who got the alert learned that it actually was only a drill. But what happened during those 38 minutes for the people who had to live through it?
On this episode I have a LOT of questions for my good friends Kelsey Donahue and Shane Witsell, who were both in Hawaii during the alert.
Kelsey also wrote an article about her experience, which can be found here: https://medium.com/@donahuekelsey14/hawaii-missile-alert-my-personal-take-a48f0af0b857
I love Snapchat as much as the next guy, but not nearly as much as my friend Luis Rodriguez.
In the episode I have a lot of questions for Luis about why he likes solely using Snapchat for communication. Shannon Sneade is also a guest. We discuss talking to crushes, dick pics (there's no better way to phrase that) and more.
In this bonus episode, I talked to eight different people, ranging from 7 to 63 years old.
I asked each of them: What does love mean to you?
(Heartbeat sound by Daniel Simion at soundbible.com. Music from purple-planet.com)
Because of the stress of finals (and my lack of posting), I have been inspired (by myself) to start putting out bonus episodes in addition to my every-other-week episodes as I see fit.
I did an audio editorial in my class about CBS' Survivor's blatant lack of diversity.
Information about this bonus episode:
Survivor is one of the most popular reality television shows of all time, clocking in at more than 17 years of being on air.
I get why the show is successful - its strategy, characters and challenges keep it exciting and fresh week to week.
What I don't understand is how the show continues to cast the same people over and over again. What I don't understand is why there is a lack of attempt to diversify the cast. What I don't understand is how Survivor is so white washed, with no urgency in improving.
Here are the facts when it comes to Survivor's lack of diversity.
In this episode I raise the hardest question of all time: Would you rather find the love of your life or your passion in life?
I have a lot of questions about love and the future for my friends Zach Engberg and Mirella Lopez.