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160 – Questions


Question 1

What do you think of the Marines who got caught smuggling people over the border?

I would say that idle hands are devils tools. This is a question I am asked often about situations like this. All I can say it is a combination of poor leadership, people who have no morals, and sorry excuses for Marines.

Question 2

When are you going to do another Jody Podcast?

Soon. I discussed why I do podcasts about infidelity in the military. Whether military or civilian, infidelity is not a victimless crime. Questions need to be asked when you see someone going through this.

Question 3

What has been your favorite podcast?

I don’t think I have a favorite podcast. There are aspects of podcasting that I really enjoy. My favorite thing is asking the questions that make people think.

Question 4

What do you think Veterans need?

I think need is constant. So whatever the need is, I believe the questions should be focused around connecting the Veterans to resources that already exist. People need to understand that making the connection between resource and Veteran is a difficult task at times .


Thanks to my sponsor Joyce Asack for supporting Veterans!


Email: joyce@asackrealestate.com

Phone: 508-942-7146

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