Re-Release: Pete Holmes (2019 Interview)
I've got 6 episodes recorded that need editing! In the meantime, enjoy this archival episode.
It’s been over a month since I’ve released an episode. That was not my plan nor intention. But sometimes life intervenes. Just shy of a month ago, I had surgery to repair a lifelong issue with my ear - ruptured ear drum, and the recovery took much longer than I expected. It required me to slow down.
I wrote about the surgery in this post:
I have 6 episodes that are recorded that just need some editing love. In the meantime, enjoy this archival episode with Pete Holmes from 2019:
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