INHERENTLY HUMAN #25

Episode 25 April 24, 2019 00:46:16
INHERENTLY HUMAN #25
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Aden Debord, 21. and his friend Jim Newman, 73, talk about Aden's interest in broadcasting. Aden is even considering giving up a career in aquatics for a job in front of the microphone. Jim is all for it, but he admits that that may be because he'd have the vicarious thrill of reliving his youth through Aden.

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