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Insane feats of endurance. Space-traveling billionaires. Dystopian musical comedy specials. Record-breaking freediving depths. And of course, UFOs. Today is a little bit of everything, all of the time.
Welcome to another edition of ‘Roll On’, wherein myself and my podcast co-pilot Adam Skolnick break bread on matters high-minded and mildly entertaining.
For those new to the show, ‘Roll On’ is about stories that deserve a brighter spotlight, buttressed with a bit of show and tell, wins of the week, and rounded out with answers to questions posed on our voicemail, which you can ring up at (424) 235-4626.
Aside from serving as my magnanimous sidecar hype-beast, Adam Skolnick is an activist and veteran journalist best known as David Goggins’ Can’t Hurt Me, co-author. Adam writes about adventure sports, environmental issues, and civil rights for outlets such as The New York Times, Outside, ESPN, BBC, and Men’s Health. He is the author of One Breath and is currently using the ‘new dad’ excuse to avoid working on his novel.
Some of the many topics covered today include:
- Richard Branson’s successful spaceflight and the billionaire race to space;
- the Pentagon’s efforts to de-stigmatize reporting UFO sightings and their recent release of unclassified reports on aerial phenomena;
- Our summer must-watch list;
- Robbie Balenger’s Colorado Crush & Timothy Olson’s PCT FKT attempt;
- Lachlan Morton’s Alt-Tour;
- a 2021 Tour de France wrap-up; and
- Vertical Blue freediving records
In addition, we answer the following listener questions:
- How do you adjust to post-pandemic parenting?
- How do you create a healthier body image?
- Will there be future RRP gatherings and events?
Thank you to Eric from South Bend, Zach from West Virginia, and Chris from Rockland, California for your questions. If you want your query discussed, drop it on our Facebook Page or better yet leave a voicemail at (424) 235-4626.
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- Connect With Adam: Website | Instagram | Twitter
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- YouTube: Rich Roll Podcast Clips Channel
- The Guardian: ‘Peppa Pig, with better parenting’: the bounding success of canine cartoon Bluey
- The New York Times: She Never Saw Herself in Children’s TV Shows. So She Created Her Own.
- Hulu: The Choe Show
- SLATE: Anthony Bourdain’s Voice Isn’t the Only Thing the New Documentary Faked
- The New York Times: Bo Burnham’s ‘Inside’: A Comedy Special and an Inspired Experiment
- Netflix: Bo Burnham: Inside
- The Seattle Times: ‘Flying saucers’ became a thing 70 years ago Saturday with sighting near Mount Rainier
- The New York Times: U.S. Has No Explanation for Unidentified Objects and Stops Short of Ruling Out Aliens
- The New York Times: Jeff Bezos Will Fly Aboard Blue Origin’s First Human Trip to Space
- The New York Times: Branson Completes Virgin Galactic Flight, Aiming to Open Up Space Tourism
- Summit One Vanderbilt: About
- Robbie Balenger: On Down The Road I Go
- GQ: The Real-Life Diet of Ocean Rower Jason Caldwell, Who Is on the Water for Weeks at a Time
- Running: François D’Haene, Sabrina Stanley win first Hardrock 100 in three years
- Wall Street Journal: Solo Cyclist Completes His Alternative Tour de France
- Wall Street Journal: The Business School Lesson at the Tour de France
- ESPN: The Alt-Tour: Lachlan Morton beat the Tour de France peloton to Paris after 224 blistering hours in the saddle
- Outside: Timothy Olson Is Attempting a FKT on the PCT
- Deeper Blue: Another Monster Day Of World Records On Day 4 Of Vertical Blue 2021
- Alexey Molchanov Freediving: @alexeymolchanov
- Alessia Zecchini Freediving: @alessia.zecchini
- Alenka Artnik Freediving: @alenka_artnik
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