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142 minutes | Nov 7, 2017
Episode 15: Sheridan Cleland
Sheridan Cleland comes out of "hermit mode" to tell David how he took what he describes as the most roundabout way to becoming a filmmaker ever. Sheridan tells David about working on the slopes of Alaska to save money to move to Los Angeles. Sheridan and David talk about lessons learned on failed projects, mull over whether or not they should have gone to film school, and discuss their shared uneasiness about social media
111 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
Episode 14: Juani Begood
Juani Begood talks to David on the phone about feminism, vulnerability, and moving from Texas to Los Angeles to pursue a career in filmmaking!
91 minutes | Oct 24, 2017
Episode 13: Austin Susman
Austin Susman talks to David about starting to make films at a young age, performing as a sports mascot, and why podcasts are an ideal medium for introverts
88 minutes | Oct 17, 2017
Episode 12: Erin Deegan
Erin Deegan talks to David about her lifestyle blog for amputees Ampersand Amps, the unexpected rewards of arguing with people during cases in her job as an accountant, and dancing so hard her leg falls off.
118 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
Episode 11: Nate Cesco
Nate Cesco talks to David about podcast tropes, starting standup comedy on the same day a new Pope started, and creating comedy videos like The River Dolphin. David also tells Nate about the INFJ Door Slam, and they talk about the ways that video and social media technology rapidly advanced in the five years between when they were born
88 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
Episode 10: Tricia Haynes (Mom)
David talks to his mom, Tricia Haynes, about childhood -- his, hers, and teaching childhood development to others! David also opens up about the factors that led him to moving back home to Oak Hill
110 minutes | Sep 26, 2017
Episode 9: Penny Maple
Penny Maple talks to David about burlesque dancing, modeling, and strategies for dealing with anxiety!
81 minutes | Sep 19, 2017
Episode 8: Leah Felton
Leah Felton talks to David about performing music, working at a law office, and sidewalk rage!
123 minutes | Sep 12, 2017
Episode 7: Nick Griffith
Nick Griffith talks to David about working in the film industry in Los Angeles, learning improv in church classes, and their shared history in the Marshall University Society of Student Filmmakers!
104 minutes | Sep 5, 2017
Episode 6: Jacob Smith
Jacob Smith talks to David about Pokemon hunting, Superman's introversion, and snakes falling from the ceiling of their old high school!
58 minutes | Aug 22, 2017
Episode 5: Liz Northcote
Liz Northcote talks with David about poetry, tattoos, and their shared feelings on being on the periphery of the Huntington standup scene
116 minutes | Aug 15, 2017
Episode 4: Rebecca Fitzgerald
Rebecca Fitzgerald talks to David about standup comedy, depression & anxiety, and nervous poops! Rebecca also talks about feeling extroverted and introverted but being uncomfortable with the term ambivert, and she talks about finding community online
101 minutes | Aug 8, 2017
Episode 3: Scott Williamson
Scott Williamson talked to David about being an introverted filmmaker. Scott and David also talk about their bad experiences working at the same local call center, and Scott tells David about his secret former life as an extrovert
102 minutes | Aug 1, 2017
Episode 2: Abbey Miskowiec
Abbey Miskowiec talks to David about being an introvert in the worlds of theatre, teaching, and sports journalism. David and Abbey also talk about fantasy books and films, New York City, and acting together in a community theatre production of Annie Baker's The Flick
105 minutes | Jul 24, 2017
Episode 1: Ryan Clagg
Ryan Clagg talks to David about being an introverted filmmaker, comedian, and doctor. David and Ryan also discuss whether or not Holden Caulfield is an introvert, and David stumbles through trying to explain Myers-Briggs Theme song is "City Song" by The Disappearing Man https://thedisappearingman.bandcamp.com/album/the-disappearing-man-the-business-fairy-split-tape
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