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Best SelfEsteem BoatWillie podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best SelfEsteem BoatWillie podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Dakota Licea joins the podcast as a (remote) interview guest. Licea is a University of Oregon student studying Political Science with a history in civil activism and hopes for a future in our political sphere steadfast on making real change. Hosted by Patty Rose To support the podcast with a one time or monthly donation go to strpod.com/sponsors En…
 
Cohen and Adam Graves join the podcast to discuss their father and son themed podcast “The Nonsense Hour with Cohen and Adam”. Adam is a University of Oregon graduate and father of two. Cohen is his 11 year old son (and star of the show). On their podcast they talk about everything from movies, music, and pop culture to aliens, science, and more. W…
 
Kris McAlister joins the podcast as a (remote) interview guest. McAlister is a candidate for City Council in Springfield, Oregon Ward 3. He is also the Co-Director of Carry It Forward, and shelter manager of the Memorial Building Shelter Project. For info on Kris McAlister go to facebook.com//RootedInSpringfield CARRY IT FORWARD carryitforward.net/…
 
Episode 76: Housing in Lane County Stream audio now @ strpod.com Thomas Fiorelli joins the podcast as a (remote) interview guest, to discuss housing issues in Lane County. Fiorelli is a PhD student at the University of Oregon. studying Landscape Architecture. He has a Masters degree in Public Administration and has a background in Land Use and Publ…
 
Thomas Hiura joins the podcast as a (remote) interview guest. Hiura is a candidate in Eugene, Oregon’s mayoral race. Hiura is also an educator, hip hop artist, and host of a podcast (Less Stupid w/ Thomas Hiura). For info go to hiura2020.org/ Watch the video for this episode @ youtube.com/watch?v=bG31rr7QdUQ&feature=youtu.be Hosted by Patty Rose To…
 
Albert Lee joins the podcast as a (remote) interview guest. Albert Lee is a candidate for congress in Oregon’s 3rd congressional district. Lee is a progressive democrat running against an incumbent in the primary. Lee’s platform includes addressing homelessness, bringing economic justice, and protecting the people and our democracy. More info on Al…
 
Doyle Canning joins the podcast as a (remote) interview guest. Canning is running for Oregon’s 4th Congressional District as a progressive Democrat. She is challenging a longtime incumbent (Defazio) and needs our support to get the word out. For info on how to get involved go to canningforcongress.com/ Hosted by Patty Rose To support the podcast wi…
 
Taylor Jones joins the podcast to discuss self employment, the shutdown, Andrew Yang, and more. Jones is self-employed and, like many Oregonians, is struggling to figure out how to support his family during the stay at home order. Info on Oregon Employment Department Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUV) govstatus.egov.com/ORUnemployment_COVID19 M…
 
Lora Workman Mader joins the podcast as an interview guest. Lora is a life long Lane County resident and the owner/operator of Salon Palooza nail salon in Eugene, Oregon that opened only a month before the shutdown of all cosmetology business due to the cornonavirus pandemic. Find Salon Palooza on facebook facebook.com/salonpalooza/ Hosted by Patty…
 
Tyler Willford joins the podcast as an interview guest. Willford is the founder of That Oregon Life. That Oregon life is a multimedia website, social media community, and locally made clothing line. For more info That Oregon Life Thatoregonlife.com @ThatOregonLife “Your number 1 source for Oregon” Hosted by Patty Rose To support the podcast with a …
 
Dave Villalobos joins the podcast as an interview guest. Villalobos is the owner/operator of Pedal Power Music, and is promoting a live stream performance, The Sunday Brunch, in collaboration with Studio 541 Productions and The People’s Garden. Studio 541 Productions specializes in music-based events & production. Studio 541 Productions is also the…
 
Blake Laitner joins the podcast as an interview guest. Laitner is the co-writer and director of the upcoming locally made film, “We Need Rent Money”. A comedy about 3 college kids who get kicked out of school and lose their financial aid and have 7 days to come up with rent. Filmed and edited entirely independent in Eugene, Oregon. Social links for…
 
An ongoing series on various people in or around the healthcare industry, dealing with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Teka Ladely joins the podcast as an interview guest. Teka is a lifelong resident of Springfield, Oregon. She is a pharmacy technician, a mother of two boys, and a long time friend of our host. To support the podcast with a…
 
An ongoing series on various people in or around the healthcare industry, dealing with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Amy Marie joins the podcast. Amy is an in-home healthcare worker who works with memory loss patients. Specifically elder patients who are at high risk of feeling the impact of COVID-19. Amy is also a representative of the …
 
To support the podcast with a one time or monthly donation go to strpod.com/sponsors Sara Scofield joins the podcast as an interview guest. Sara and her family are no strangers to mental illness and suicide. Three generations of men in her family have taken their own life and Sara has found a way to fight a genetic predisposition to bipolar disorde…
 
We are joined by members of the 541 community who are impacted by the shutdown in different ways. Today's guests are Brooklyn Damon of American Traditional Barbershop, Justin Pluid of the Flock Pod, Cindy Ingram of Pacific Pub Cycle and Sara Wolf of Star Voting. Info on Star Voting STAR Voting website: starvoting.us STAR Voting tool for hosting ele…
 
James Barber returns to the podcast to discuss canvassing for Bernie Sanders, social distancing, and COVID-19. Barber has been traveling the country spreading the Bernie message of equality, equity, and Medicare for ALL. Barber has canvassed in Iowa, Nevada, California, Oregon, and is giving everything he’s got to get Bernie elected. Register to vo…
 
James Barber (of Oregon Cash Flow Pro LLC.) joins the podcast as an interview guest. Oregon Cash Flow Pro is a website and YouTube channel devoted to helping its audience learn about ways to make better financial decisions. Oregon Cash Flow Pro is the title sponsor of the podcast and their continued relationship with the podcast is greatly apprecia…
 
Lea Jones (of Buffalo Romeo) joins the podcast as an interview guest. Jones has been making music around the country for many many years. Mixing folk, Americana, country, blues, and more. After teaming up with guitarist Keenan Dorn to form Buffalo Romeo something magic happened. A duo emerged of singer/songwriters that have an age gap of over 40 ye…
 
Part 4 of 4 in our series on Oregon podcasters. Justin Pluid and Shane Potter, hosts of the Flock Pod, join the podcast. The Flock podcast is a newly created Oregon sports talk show hosted by two lifelong Duck fans with a wealth of knowledge about Oregon athletics. Available on all podcast streaming sites. theflockpod.libsyn.com/ Hosted by Patty Ro…
 
Part 3 of 4 in a series on Oregon podcasters. Nate Ingman joins the podcast as an interview guest. Ingman is the co-host of Broken Radio 541, Oregon's #1 monthly hiphop podcast. Born in 2006, died on 12/21/2012, and re-animated in 2016. New episodes air the last Friday of every month. Broken Radio 541 plays “sucker free” rap music and talk a lot of…
 
Part 2 of 4 in a series on Oregon podcasters.Joey Helpish joins the podcast to discuss his music career, music teaching methods, and never stop approach to creativity. Helpish is a self taught musician with over 4k recorded songs and has recently created his own education methods, techniques, and formulas. Helpish also recently released his first b…
 
Part 1 of 4 in a series on Oregon podcasters. Cohen and Adam Graves join the podcast to discuss their father and son themed podcast “The Nonsense Hour with Cohen and Adam”. Adam is a University of Oregon graduate and father of two. Cohen is his 10 year old son (and star of the show). On their podcast they talk about everything from movies, music, a…
 
A panel discussion on Donald J. Trump and the Impeachment Inquiry with three of the podcast’s most recognizable guests, James Barber, Blair Conrad, and Pat Miller. Also featuring an audio submission (via Twitter) from Jeremy Cummings.Hosted by Patrick StutzAka SelfEsteem BoatWillieEnding track“Cheeto in the White House”By SelfEsteem BoatWillieSpons…
 
Ash Boeger joins the podcast to discuss transgender rights, the issues with comedy and marginalized citizens, and living in Oregon as a trans man. Boeger was raised in Eugene, Oregon, attended Willamette High School, and served as Pfc in the United States Army. He is a barber in Lane County as well as a proud member of the LGBTQ community.For more …
 
Patric Miller joins the podcast as an interview guest. With more than 40 years of Entertainment, Music, Marketing and Production Services experience, Patric Miller’s resume is peppered with “bleeding edge” experience that includes more than 20 years of blogging, Award Winning Soundtrack work, and Broadcasting Services that make his knowledge of the…
 
Levi Kinkade joins the podcast to discuss his career in football. Kinkade was a multi-sport athlete at Springfield High School in Springfield, Oregon and is currently enrolled at the University of Oregon studying Psychology and Crime Law and Society. Hosted by Patrick Stutz Aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending Track “Work For It” By Brody Jansen featur…
 
Blair Conrad returns to the podcast as a guest host and interviews Patrick Stutz (aka SelfEsteem BoatWillie), the creator of the SPENT THE RENT PODCAST. They recap the completed 42 episode season one, the relationship with sponsors, the future direction of the podcast, and more. Ending Track “Baby Steps” by SelfEsteem BoatWillie Featured on the STR…
 
Henry Martin, co-founder of MVP Games and Sports, joins the podcast to discuss growing up in Oregon, his love of poker, and making the dream of owning a poker facility a reality. Martin is a graduate of Springfield High School (Class of ‘00). He also studied Entrepreneurship, Marketing, and Economics at the University of Oregon. After Opening July …
 
Dan Trent joins the podcast to discuss the exciting changes to youth hockey in Eugene, Oregon and the Northwest as a whole. Trent was born in Rochester, New York and has resided in Oregon for almost 20 years. He has worked in youth athletics in the Eugene/Springfield area for over a decade and is currently the Head Coach of the Eugene Jr. Generals …
 
Former candidate for Lane County Commissioner, James Barber, returns to the podcast for the 5th time to discuss the two night MSNBC Democratic primary debate special that took place in Miami, Florida June 26th-27th. Hosted by Patrick Stutzaka SelfEsteem BoatWillie Ending track “Classy as Trump” By Cerebral Coretext Sponsored by Oregon Cash Flow Pro…
 
Sara Wolf and James Barber join the podcast to discuss Voting Reform in Lane County. Sara Wolf is the Executive Director of Equal Vote. Wolf is passionate about bringing Voting Reform to Lane County and beyond, and is working tirelessly to spread awareness to bring about change and insure every voter has their voice heard. James Barber is a local a…
 
Cindy Ingram joins the podcast to discuss a fun new way for friends and family to travel around Eugene, Oregon. Cindy and her husband, John Alden, are the co-owners of Pacific Pub Cycle. Cindy has a long history in the Eugene area and has worked as the first female booking agent, General Manager of the WOW Hall, Event Manager of the Eugene Celebrat…
 
Amateur MMA fighter Alex Youngbauer joins the podcast to discuss the challenges of competing before you become a professional fighter and why people sometimes decide to hold on to their amateur status. Youngbauer was born in Cottage Grove, Oregon. He is a graduate from Thurston High School (Class of ‘14) and is currently taking college courses onli…
 
Daniel Ivy joins the podcast to discuss the the housing crisis in the Eugene/Springfield area. Ivy is the founding member of YIMBYES (Yes In My Back Yard Eugene Springfield), a newly forming non-profit that seeks to empower community stakeholders to say YES to housing affordability for ALL. YIMBYES believes that housing is a basic human right and t…
 
Jake "Overtime" Williams joins the podcast to discuss his career as a Lane County, Oregon based tattoo artist. Williams was born and raised in the Eugene/Springfield area and attended both Springfield High School (class of ‘00) and Lane Community College. He has fulfilled his lifelong dream of being a tattoo artist and, tho known for being humble i…
 
Eugene, Oregon based hip hop-fusion musical duo, the Creative Types, join the podcast as interview guests. The Creative Types are a collaborative effort of two of the area’s most talented and inspiring young visionaries who showcase diverse tracks featuring a rotating list of fellow northwest artists. They are very easy to work with both creatively…
 
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