Do you call it a diesel or a big rig? Join Jackie and Ali this week and listen to their debate on that topic, the IRS, the Robin Hood’s of New Hampshire, Aliens existing, Placenta pills, and a new segment called Jackie’s Jargon!
We finally got the man simply known as Nima Fadavi, on the podcast! Nima is a great friend, and not only used to be my producer, but is one of the premiere hip-hop producers coming out of the Bay Area. He has done production for the likes of Collie Buddz, Andre Nickatina, Zion I, Fashawn, Chevy Woods, J Stalin, Philthy Rich, Messy Marv, Roach Gigz, Berner, Los Rakas, Tuki Carter, The Grouch, and many, many more.
Nima and I were in a group together called, Rise of the Revolution. We released 2 albums during our run and our first one, Never Stand Down, is available on iTunes. To listen to previews and download the album Click Here
To learn more about Nima, his beats, clothing line, jewelry line, and anything else related to him, Click Here
Below is a picture of Nima’s 1st chain from his jewelry line, Fadavi and Co.
Finally! The 10th episode of The Overstand Podcast was blessed with special guest, Nima Fadavi. Aside from the much anticipated story of how Jackie and Ali met, also discussed this week was everything related to Nima Fadavi, his music, clothing, and jewelry line, eating healthy, parental sheltering, etc.
I was asked earlier today by one of our loyal listeners, and then just now by a friend and loyal listener, if we skipped an episode of the podcast this week. The answer is ABSOLUTELY NOT! I freaked out and went to iTunes to check and Episode 9 is up and it’s been up since Monday morning. I think there might be a bug with the Podcasts app because I just launched the app I use which is called Downcast and was able to see the latest episode.
Moral of the story is if you think that we skipped an episode this week, THINK AGAIN!!! 🙂
Sometimes, an unexpected occurrence is a good thing. My brother Bobby decided to bless us with his presence on this week’s episode. We discussed several different topics and had a blast reminiscing on our childhood escapades.
The first thing we discussed this week was the brief switch I made from my iPhone to an HTC One. Like I said on the episode, I was having second thoughts on whether I should keep it or not, Jackie told me to make a list of pros and cons but I didn’t even need to make the list. The only pro was the bigger screen, while the cons were endless. Bottom line was that nothing will replace an iPhone and to all the non-iPhone users out there, I feel sorry for you.
We also spoke about the psychic, Sylvia Brown, who told Amanda Berry’s mother and father that Amanda was dead when we all now know that was not true. It turns out she’s been wrong before and her incorrect premonitions have altered the course of investigations. She has been silent since this new information has been revealed and has not made a statement. To learn more about this story Click Here
I found an excuse to bring up the topic of breast milk to Jackie once again. This time, the focus is breast milk jewelry and the increasing popularity of this new fad. To learn more about breast milk jewelry Click Here
We spoke briefly about the 3D printing technology and how with it, the ability to print real handguns has become an issue that congress is looking at. Below is an example of what one of these 3D printed guns looks like.
During the episode, Bobby kept referring to the penis that he was holding the entire time. He wanted us to post a picture of it so that the listeners would know exactly what it was that he was holding. The picture below is the penis ashtray that Jackie and I bought for him when we went to Hawaii on our honeymoon.
Surprise! This week, Ali’s brother Bobby decided to stop by and join in on all the fun. Among the topics discussed were Ali’s HTC experience, Jackie’s stipulation to Ali’s spending habits, parenting dogs vs parenting children, first tattoos, Charles Ramsey’s 9-11 call, psychics, jingles, and a whole lot more!
Episode 8 was packed with topics and we were covering a lot of ground in our new “up to 1 hour” format (thanks to all the great feedback we received from everyone!). We have several links that are directly related to the talking points we had in this episode listed below for you. Enjoy!
We started off the show talking about my experience walking past a homeless man on my way to get my car from the dealership and then driving past him 10 mins later in a brand new car. Jackie referred to a documentary called, Homeless In Paradise, where homeless people in Santa Monica, CA are the focus of the film. To get more info on that Click Here
I referred to a video someone posted of an interview with a homeless man who was just trying to live. This interview was very raw and at times hard. It’s a shame that this country is more focused on things happening outside of our borders, rather than helping our own people. To see the interview Click Here
Jackie and I, like the rest of the country, are also on the “kale and healthy craze” and we just bought a NUTRiBULLET Blender. This thing really is awesome and if you want to find more info about it Click Here
Jackie also mentioned that she has been baking “Kale Chips” as a healthy alternative to those who enjoy eating potato chips. These really are very tasty and if you’re interested in the recipe Click Here
We also discussed some items in the news one of which being the lady who tried to switch drinks at a Starbucks in San Jose, CA with tainted drinks with lethal amounts of rubbing alcohol in them. To read more about this crazy woman Click Here
And something I personally could not do, take a year off of the internet, we talked about the guy who did just that. To read more about his crazy idea Click Here
In another segment of “cRAP Lyrics” we highlighted Bay Area cRAPPER, Lil B. To read his top 10 worst lines Click Here
Thanks for reading and listening!