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38: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Creontes, Mat Fees, and Facebook Miscommunication with Marco Perazzo and Tim Carpenter

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Marco, Tim, and I talk about birthdays, holidays, the passing of time, the Tim Spriggs article on creontes, Lloyd Irvin, loyalty, mat fees, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the two-state solution, facebook miscommunication and much more.

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Quotes

Tim on holidays:

“Every holiday is my favorite holiday.”

Tim on me not liking $40 mat fees:

“Don’t complain about the price, just have more money.”

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33: Marco Perazzo and Tim Carpenter on the Ideal Life, Loss, Expansion of the Universe, Gambling, and the 48 Laws of Power

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Marco and Tim return to talk about the ideal life, challenging yourself, philosophy of Thor, competition, retirement, dealing with loss, fatherhood, battleline strategy game, Philip K. Dick, accelerating expansion of the universe, Big Freeze and Big Crunch, addictions, gambling, 48 laws of power, Wham’s Careless Whisper, etc.

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Quotes

Marco on the ideal life:

“Where is the fun in the easy life?”

Tim Carpenter on gambling:

“Scared money don’t make money, bro.”

“One of the good things about putting all your money on the table and losing it is that it teaches you that you can lose everything and still come back.”

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20: Marco Perazzo on Coaching, Running a Jiu Jitsu School, and Being Friends with Tim Carpenter

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In episode 20, Tim Carpenter and I talk with Marco Perazzo, a BJJ black belt, head instructor of NJMA. We talk about comic books, how Tim and Marco met,  evolution of jiu jitsu, BJJ in the Philadelphia area, old Maxercise days, how the world sees you when  you’re fat, podcasting, being true to yourself, friendship, loyalty, coaching, the value of competition, not dwelling on the past, the Trolley problem, and more.

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Quotes

Marco introducing Tim:

“I heard it said that Tim is like an onion: no matter how deep you get, it’s still onion, it stinks, it makes you cry. And I found that to be the exact opposite.”

Tim on not caring what strangers think:

“It’s part of  being a man: being who you are regardless of what other people think.”

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Clip of How Marco and Tim Met

YouTube Version of Full Audio Interview