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ridered3

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I have really enjoyed the interviews/discussions with Miles and Terry.

I know you mentioned in a earlier post that "Listens" within the first 90 days is a measurable metric for the Podcast. So my question, is "Listens" within the first few days/first week even better for the Podcast or is it just first 90 days? Meaning, would it better for the Podcast for me to listen to the newest episode within the first week or to group them together for various trips in which I listen to 2-3 at the same time.

Hopefully that's clear as muddy water.
 

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I have really enjoyed the interviews/discussions with Miles and Terry.

I know you mentioned in a earlier post that "Listens" within the first 90 days is a measurable metric for the Podcast. So my question, is "Listens" within the first few days/first week even better for the Podcast or is it just first 90 days? Meaning, would it better for the Podcast for me to listen to the newest episode within the first week or to group them together for various trips in which I listen to 2-3 at the same time.

Hopefully that's clear as muddy water.
Naw man, just listen, and enjoy. I cant ask for more. Yalls support and yall using your time to listen to something Im creating is such a blessing. Thank you as weird or cool or odd as that is to say.
 

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Naw man, just listen, and enjoy. I cant ask for more. Yalls support and yall using your time to listen to something Im creating is such a blessing. Thank you as weird or cool or odd as that is to say.


Good to know as long as I listen within 90 days. Will listen to Casey Gilbert and Loren Healy this afternoon on the drive home.
 

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Great content! Its pretty cool to hear each person's story and how they took the dive into Ultra4. Rec wheeler bit by the racing bug is common but how they go about their race programs and figuring this stuff out is pretty cool. Not sure if Nate Gesse is just super dedicated or super hardheaded but that man has no quit in him. Holy ****.
 

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Great content! Its pretty cool to hear each person's story and how they took the dive into Ultra4. Rec wheeler bit by the racing bug is common but how they go about their race programs and figuring this stuff out is pretty cool. Not sure if Nate Gesse is just super dedicated or super hardheaded but that man has no quit in him. Holy ****.

Listened to Nate Geese on Friday and I agree 100%. Dude was a great story teller, but the trials and tribulations he went through to even get to KOH 2019 was unreal.
 

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EPISODE 7 IS LIVE

Episode 7 throws Rob Bender Park @robbenderpark current head of fabrication at Motobilt, and host of the hit TV series Truck Night in America into the mix. Rob walks us down history lane of the Tin Benders, Pirates of the Rubicon, King of the Hammers, numerous welding projects, Enron, California, Alabama, terrible humidity, the difference between 13" & 15" Dickies, and whats going on at Motobilt with their new 10kW Fiber Laser Cutter and shop move, and what it means to be tasked with innovation.

After the Checkered Flag-
As mentioned here's the link to Pirate4X4 Bendin' Tube 101 By Rob Park https://www.pirate4x4.com/articles2/tech/bendin_tube

Truck Night in America wiki, is a History Channel program that debuted in 2018. In the show, contestants compete through a series of elimination events, and the final two remaining members race independently against each other on a three-mile course known as "The Green Hell." Whoever completes the course fastest, or, in the event that neither finishes, gets the farthest wins a $10,000 prize. After the first elimination round, when one loser reduces the group to four contestants, a selection process teams an expert coach to each driver. The coaches had been desert racing champion and truck builder "Pistol" Pete Sohren, extreme sports pioneer and dirt track racer Glen Plake, truck builder and master fabricator Abe Wine, and rock crawling champion and master fabricator Rob "Bender" Park, but "Pistol" Pete Sohren was killed in January 2019 in a UTV accident in Mexico, leaving a vacancy in the show. His replacement has not been announced.Some events change between episodes, while others remain the same. Drivers get a one-hour opportunity to make repairs or modifications to their trucks twice during the competition.

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Listened to Cody Addington's on Friday's drive home and Adam Woodlee's on Monday's drive to work. Thoroughly enjoying the Podcast and look forward to the new one each week.

Since you were doing 12 to begin with, I am already dreading when you don't have new one's to upload each week.
 

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Listened to Cody Addington's on Friday's drive home and Adam Woodlee's on Monday's drive to work. Thoroughly enjoying the Podcast and look forward to the new one each week.

Since you were doing 12 to begin with, I am already dreading when you don't have new one's to upload each week.

LOL, yep, withdrawals!!!
Theres plans forming for continuation in the new year, so about 4 weeks off.
 

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I have been listening to this podcast as well, listened to 4 or 5 so far. Really enjoying them.

x2 on the Nate Geese KOH story...holy crap I was stressed out just listening to it.
 

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Had a plane ride home late last night that was EXACTLY Izzy episode long. Excellent. I really like Wayne and that is how I expected that episode to go. Good ****. For you first season, about half of them are guys you have history with and there is a lot of inside stuff that might not seem inside to you but to a casual listener might not have any idea what it is. You do a fairly good job of backing up and explaining what the more technical or inside stuff means.
 

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