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By Ricardo — 2 years ago
Today’s episode is a hard one. If you have followed the #IAM911 movement then you know that many of the stories told by the dispatchers who lived them are hard ones. There are some good ones but they are rare. Many 9-1-1 professionals have poured their hearts out for the movement and continue to do so. In doing this they have opened the eyes of millions to what they do every single time they answer a call. These professionals have also found a way to tell their stories, heal and find some sort of closure.
As my team and I continued to help share these important stories I had a thought, “Why not reach an even bigger audience by sharing them on the podcast?” This is now known as “Imagine Listening”, an extension of the podcast featuring the stories of the #IAM911 movement. When recording these episodes, I read each story so that more people can get a feel for the types of calls, emotions and stress the dispatcher deals with.
They have become quite popular and in this episode, I recorded it with a live audience. There were about 120 people in attendance and some dispatchers read their owns stories. Others wrote them down and my co-presenter Rob and I read them out loud. The room was packed and the emotions were high. We shared our stories and we healed. This is an important episode indeed.
Please listen and share with everyone you know including local leaders. Let them know why you should be recognized as a 9-1-1 professional. As always if you have any comments, questions or you would like to be a guest on the show send an email to email@example.com
***WARNING – IF YOU SUFFER FROM PTSD OR HAVE SUICIDAL TENDENCIES THIS MAY BE A TRIGGER. YOU ARE LISTENING AT YOUR OWN RISK.***Post Views: 368
By Ricardo — 5 years ago
Hello everyone and we are back for episode 41 of The AudioVillains Podcast! This is the second half of our double shot that we recently recorded. In this episode we talk World Star Hip Hop. Now, when Eddie first mentioned this I seriously thought it was about rap battles. As I watched the video’s on YouTube I quickly realized this was not about rap battles. In fact, the vids are about street fights (for the record, we do not condone this, it is simply part of our society). The vids brought up a topic that we have never touched on before. The topic dealt with how we as humans get pumped to watch a fight. We even touched on how we get some sort of satisfaction from doing things in video games that have no consequence. The conversation is definitely interesting so make sure to check it out and share! As always you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- World Star Hip Hop
- How a white guy drops the N bomb and is dealt with in a World Star Hip Hop vid
- Satisfaction from doing things without consequence
- How a diet of Red Bull and a sandwich is not good