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Gary Keane talks Getting Bullied, Persevering and Underwater Welding

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We’re back in TriBeca but this time to talk with Gary Keane. In this episode we talk about getting bullied, persevering, the army, bad dogs, first fights, making tools, family drama and underwater welding.

The Cliff Notes

  1. The First Appearance
  2. Military Brat
  3. ADD
  4. Sheltered
  5. CiCis Pizza
  6. Social Awkward
  7. Love Science
  8. Step Father’s Old School Style of Discipline
  9. Bullying
  10. Give Him A Category
  11. Left for the Army
  12. Starting a Metal Band
  13. First Real Scrap
  14. Jaw Broken
  15. Attacked While Take a Piss
  16. Constantly getting Bullied
  17. Joining the Army
  18. Iraq
  19. Afghanistan
  20. BMX Ramp
  21. Got out of the Army
  22. Moved in with Biological Father
  23. 100 Acre Farm
  24. Gunsmithing
  25. Calm Down and Work with your Hands
  26. Center Gauge
  27. Make Your Own Tools
  28. Wilson Combat
  29. Shooting Guns
  30. Pressing his own Rounds
  31. Meeting his Wife
  32. Starting Over in New York City
  33. $100 in New York City
  34. That’s a Bad Dog
  35. Getting Bit in the Face
  36. Intro to Underwater Welding
  37. Commercial Diver
  38. Remain Calm
  39. Helmets to Hardhats 
  40. Becoming an Apprentice
  41. About 200 Commercial Divers in the Tri-State Area
  42. Dealing with Fire Underwater
  43. Reverse Polarity
  44. Lotto, Patience, Travel
  45. Seeing the Danger

This episode is sponsored by Gorilla Coffee.

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One Time for Chopped Cheese and Beacon Youth Program Students

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Chopped cheese is the name of the game because the youth said so! What’s up good people welcome to the New York Said podcast, I’m your host Amon Focus.

This week I headed to Metropolitan High School out in the Bronx to talk to some of the kids in the Beacon Youth Program. I was asked to talk about Podcasting. I kept it simple, I showed them the audio equipment but I said the best way to learn about podcasting is to record one… So we did.

If you’re a long time listener to the show then you’re familiar with the card game I created called New York Said Shuffle, if not then it’s simple. New York Said Shuffle is a game where I have the guest shuffle a deck of question cards that I created and then they answered them.

In this episode I played a lightning round with the students. I asked each person in the group one question each and then they flipped the tables then interviewed me.

This is a light fun episode which I really enjoy. Shout to Leo of SOALife for making this episode possible.

I’m out of here, enjoy!

About Beacon Youth Program and Metropolitan High School

  1. Metropolitan High School
  2. Beacon Youth Program

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Clayton Patterson talks History, Longevity and the Tompkins Square Park Police Riots with

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Today’s guest on the show is Clayton Patterson. Clayton is a documentarian, an artist, a historian and staple of the Lower East Side. In this episode we talk about how to survive as an artist, the Clayton Cap, the 80s, the forgotten ones, citizen surveillance, documenting history and the Tompkins Square Park police riots.

This conversation was recorded at the Clayton Gallery & Outlaw Art Museum in the heart of the Lower East Side.

This episode is brought to you by Ignacio “Nacho” Fernandez. Show him some love on Instagram.

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Food Stories, Music and Good Eats with Singing Chef, Jackie Gordon

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I hope you’ve eaten because today we are talking with Singing Chef, Jackie Gordon . In this episode we talk about fried English muffins, Montgomery’s Cheddar, chicken wings, umami as well as food stories, music and Jackie’s family history.

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This episode is sponsored by Gorilla Coffee.

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