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43 minutes | Feb 13, 2019
#23: Hanger Steak, Take Two
Music:Temple Of The Dog - Hunger StrikeReferences:JapanHow to Cook Hanger SteakBinCamThe Great Pacific Garbage PatchEmail us at email@example.com
50 minutes | Dec 8, 2018
#22: Olivia Vietor on the Pride Party
This Is Water welcomes Olivia Vietor, a muse containing blue-chip thoughts on the past, present, and future LGBT landscape. In this episode we celebrate the progress and examine the existing gaps for those navigating the sexual orientation waters. Olivia shares her coming out story, Dillon asks questions, and we all discuss what coming out could be for future generations. After all, we're just looking for somebody to love. Remember to contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org for discussion, feedback, and a PDF download of Olivia's college lacrosse stats.
45 minutes | Dec 8, 2018
#21: TIL TIW
An episode with a simple focus on learning from the wise people of the internet. Contact us at email@example.com for discussion, feedback, and a signed Pat Tillman jersey.
66 minutes | Oct 9, 2018
#20: Kyle Mumma on Smart Jocks
Ya...we went pro in something other than sports. Dillon and J.D. team up with Kyle Mumma, the founder of NextPlay, which is a program that develops customized career development programs for college athletics departments. Kyle is trying to tell us there is life after sports. This lovely episode pulls back the curtain on professional outlooks for athletes, entrepreneurship, and the difference between neurons and neurotransmitters. Remember to contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org for discussion, feedback, and free calculus lessons from Kyle.
63 minutes | Sep 13, 2018
#19: The Big Curt
You like that? Dillon and J.D. huddle up with Curtis Johnson who is currently the Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Sewanee: The University of The South. The team tackles the ins and outs of fostering a higher education community, Outkast, and Curtis' journey embracing life and culture on the mountain. Remember to contact the team at email@example.com for discussion, feedback, and a 50% discount for your first-born to enroll at their college of choice.
45 minutes | Aug 14, 2018
#18: Summer Lovin'
That's right, TIW is back like your strange neighbor. Episode 18 hones in on the ch-ch-changes that took place this summer. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for discussion, feedback, and your favorite Leon Bridges album.
55 minutes | May 18, 2018
#17: Kendall Baker on creating Sports Internet (Part II)
Hey there. Round Two of the Kendall Baker of Sports Internet interview coming at ya. Contact the team at email@example.com for discussion, feedback and sharing your favorite middle school basketball plays. And subscribe to Sports Internet: https://sportsinternet.co/
48 minutes | May 7, 2018
#16: Kendall Baker on creating Sports Internet (Part I)
Defense wins championships, and guests win subscribers. Dillon and J.D. sit down with Kendall Baker, the founder of Sports Internet, which is a pioneering newsletter that has reinvented how the masses consume sports on a daily basis. Round One contains an introduction to the sports media landscape, a How I Built This, and how there is more to Equinox than the Kiehl's products. Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org for discussion, feedback and a chance to have your high school stat line inserted in the next edition of Sports Internet. And hold up, don't forget to subscribe to Sports Internet: https://sportsinternet.co/
57 minutes | Mar 26, 2018
#15: Raunchy TaskRabbit
Thanks Panda Express, Namaste right here. No guests this week. Dillon and J.D. get back to basics, and then break down the basics of the current convenience bubble. If you're 'Under Pressure' in any circumstance do you tap that app? Is your head filled with fantasies of The Jetsons maid? Do the math and join TIW for Episode 15. As always, you can contact us at email@example.com for discussion, feedback, and Promo Codes for 2-star Uber drivers.
61 minutes | Mar 6, 2018
#14: Caleb Butcher on the Schooling of Rock
Rock got no reason Rock got no rhyme You better get Dillon to school on time! The main act for this show is Caleb Butcher, a heavily involved musician in Chicago's music scene. He joins the This Is Water band to discuss technology's impact on music, Dave Grohl, and how to land gigs in the backwoods of Kentucky. Plug in those headphones and let us rock those socks off. As always, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for discussion, feedback, and discounts on Caleb's band headlining your kid's birthday party.
49 minutes | Jan 30, 2018
#13: Scott Willis on Academia and the Pillars of Wisdom
Oh captain, my captain. Dillon and J.D. sit down with Scott Willis, an up-and-coming young professor in the greater Atlanta teaching circuit, to hash out the state of secondary education in the states. It's less about shiny apples and more about The Grind than they thought.... Contact us at email@example.com for discussion, feedback and the answers to Scott's mid-term exams.
49 minutes | Jan 19, 2018
#12: The Dark Ages Tough Mudder
Well, it is about time the boys got physical. Dillon and J.D. head into the steam room to discuss the current state of fitness and how we got here. Grab a scoop of Creatine and Greco-Roman wrestle your mailman, because it is time to sweat. Don't forget to slide headfirst into our DMs at firstname.lastname@example.org for discussion, feedback and paid advertising opportunities we don't offer. Disclaimer: No bio-hacking took place in the making of this episode.
59 minutes | Dec 11, 2017
#11: Operation Sticky
Bust out the Myspace log-in credentials. Pray that your Vine has gone viral. Poke a high school sweetheart. Snap the bachelor getting ICED. Put a Helvetica filter on that winter ball group picture like no one is watching. There's a new world currency, and the boys are here to get Social. Don't forget to slide into our DMs at email@example.com for discussion, feedback and paid advertising opportunities we don't offer. #hashtag
57 minutes | Nov 29, 2017
#10: Food for Thought
This Is Water, Party of 2, your table is ready. In this show Dillon and J.D. serve up an unlimited buffet of opinions around clean eats and lean meats. Grab a plate and prepare to carbo-load on a heaping of savory dialogue around how YOU should approach nourishment. "It's okay to eat fish because they don't have feelings." - Kurt Cobain
45 minutes | Oct 30, 2017
#9: Dillon's Big Apple
Dillon visits New York City for the world-famous Now Hear This podcast festival, but has other ideas on how co-hosts should spend their precious free time.
44 minutes | Oct 4, 2017
#8: Meating Steakholder Expectations
Dear Listener and/or Subscriber, The core team at This Is Water has used their human capital to drive forward a Q4 episode-project. This multi-channel dialogue marketing approach is intended to make waves in an effort to corner the market. We hope this empowers cross-department collaboration and calls for more buy-in towards increasing synergy. Best Regards, This Is Water Senior Sales Business Change Management Consultants International BizTech, LLC
38 minutes | Aug 17, 2017
#7: Neurotic Night Moves
Dillon and J.D. gather around the cauldron once more to discuss fighting the darkness, and they find out the secret is with the light! Tune in as the duo tussle over how to spend those hours outside of work in an ever-growing attempt to impress their new Irish fanbase.
41 minutes | Aug 17, 2017
#6: Bocce with Buddha
Hypnotize Minds! Dillon and J.D. put their two heads together in order to make one clear one as the downward dogs of This Is Water talk all things mindfulness. Be present, young listeners.
67 minutes | Jun 30, 2017
#5: The Lost Sound of Silence
Dillon and J.D. discuss virtue signaling and confirmation bias in today's information channels. No one is safe in this episode as the fellas attack everyone from the close-minded social media extremists to the latino basketball community. Down with the social network, up with the church!
52 minutes | May 31, 2017
#4: Sunday School
Dear Lord, Dillon and J.D. have sinned by making another episode, and should not be forgiven. The boys break bread in order to discuss faith and create their own Ten Commandments.
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