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The Jackwagon Podcast
34 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
Season 2 E1 - THE Mountain Man: Cory Spieker
Rope and Drew chat with THE mountain man himself, Cory Spieker, on location at Mountain Man's Axe Throwing & Grub @ 325 S. Main in Elk City, OK, about throwing axes (and shovels, as it turns out) his culinary proclivities (OMG that pizza DOUGH!) and the joys of being a local politician. LOL
49 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
#12 - The 'Real' ANDY TAYLOR
Andy Taylor is the founder and leader of Trinity Fellowship in Sayre, Oklahoma. He’s involved in giving apostolic oversight to a growing number of churches and ministries across the Western United States. Andy’s profound ability to make complex scriptural issues simple and practical is his key to “equipping the saints for the work of the ministry”, and to have a living and powerful kingdom church that impacts the community, the state and the nations. He is fiercely protective of those called into the ministry, and his heart is to stand with and restore those pastors who have been wounded, fallen, or dropped out on the call for their life. A former professional bull rider, Andy was inducted into the Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2008. Andy and his wife Julie have been married for 45 years and are proud parents of 5 children and 10 grandchildren
64 minutes | Nov 7, 2020
#11 - A Healthy 'Neducation,' courtesy of Justin 'NED' Ediger
He sings, he hand bells, he teaches and he sells real estate. He's Justin Ediger. He's a funny cat, and he has an axe to grind.
50 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
#10 - GANJAPRENEUR, Ronnie Webb
After spending years in the appliance sales and service business, one day, Ronnie Webb decided to shut the doors of his well-established operation, Elk City Appliance, and dive head-first into the marijuana business. Two weeks and a day from the moment that it was legalized in Oklahoma as a medical option, he opened Hemp Hill Dispensary, as well as Roots & Flower, both in Elk City, OK. Since then, Ronnie has established himself as one of the most informed and well-reputed business owner/operators in the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma.
34 minutes | Oct 23, 2020
#9 - Eric Easter, a life story that SHOULD be a movie
When he was 21, Eric Easter's mother died in a tragic car crash, which began a life of drug abuse. His father, seeing his need for direction and financial help, prior to his untimely passing immediately after his stint in prison, helped Eric make his first bulk drug buy, which lead to dealing. After finding themselves in direct competition for drug business, several fights between the two, and eventually staring down the barrel of his own father's gun, Eric struck out on his own. How he landed in the place he is now is simply astounding. He talks briefly about that ride with Chad Roper and Drew Cobb on this episode of The Jackwagon Podcast.
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