March Madness moments from Paris, France, en route to the 2008 Final Four.
This is the very moment Kansas won the 2008 NCAA Basketball National Championship (look at the confetti in the background).
Here’s how Kansas won the 2008 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.
This is the moment I should have known my beloved UCLA Bruins had something brewing in 1995. Thank you for lending me your ears and eyes!
Hear how a blind date at the Final Four led to a memorable road trip.
Below is the concert we attended in Las Vegas on Friday, April 5, 2002. It was exactly 15 years ago today, the date of this podcast. Thank you for lending me your ears and eyes!
“Life Experience, a Concert, a Cop, and a 1979 Oldsmobile Delta 88” explores the importance of allowing yourself to engage in memorable life experiences.
Here are videos from “The Firm,” as well as some audio from the specific concert we were at in Wichita, Kansas on March 2, 1985. I’d like to thank you once again for lending me your eyes and ears!
“From Inspiration to Incarceration” shares a moment in time when Hammad Zaidi was involved in acquiring the life rights to a young American hero, whose life became anything but heroic.
Attached below the ceremony when President Obama awarded Vice President Joe Biden with the Congressional Medial of Freedom, with Distinction.
And of course, we have to pay homage to the greatest medal ceremony of all time; the last scene of Star Wars: A New Hope (1977). Enjoy, and thank you for lending me your eyes and ears!
Yes, it’s true: “Doctor’s Orders and the Amazing Healing Powers of Dr. Pepper,” is about my lifelong love of Dr. Pepper, and how it helped to heal my medical condition as a child. I’ve also attached three classic Dr. Pepper commercials, as well as a cool clip of “10 Things You Didn’t Know About Dr. Pepper.” I hope you enjoy the podcast, and I thank you kindly for lending me your eyes and ears!