When things get heavy…just talk about your favorite things. Ross and Sarah talk about what they are reading, listening to and watching right now. We explore television, movies, podcasts, books and music.
Ross and Sarah talk about “HATERS”, their own personal ones and the culture in general. One thing is true…there will always be conflict, so therefore there will always be haters.
A Hater: n. A negative or critical person
A person that simply cannot be happy for another person’s success. So rather than be happy they make a point of exposing a flaw in that person. Hating, the result of being a hater, is not exactly jealousy.
1. You have haters because you improved.
2. You have haters because you surpassed people.
3. People passed on you so now they hate you.
4. You weren’t supposed to become anything.
5. You stepped away from the nonsense. Haters didn’t.
Writer for Columbia Daily Herald, Jay grew up in Franklin, TN and studied journalism at Middle Tennessee State University. What led Powell to his decision to become a journalist started with his enthusiasm of Edgar Allen Poe, specifically the Tell Tale Heart.
“Since I’ve been in Columbia, I’ve watched it grow starting with the downtown square, which spread to things like the City of Columbia Arts District, events like Muletown MusicFest and any number of businesses that have popped up around Maury County, the latest being the 6th St. district with CITIES, the Building Block School for the Arts, Muletown Live! and more.” says Powell
You will be able to find Jay soon at Cities, #laughlocal stage November 25th as well as on the radio, Vintage Radio show through Building Blocks for the Arts.
In Maury County, there are so many amazing attorneys, but we chose Kevin Latta to join us tonight and discuss popular legal topics: criminalization of marijuana, divorce, DUI, domestic violence.
Listen, of course, but know this wisdom from Kevin Latta:
“You have the right to remain silent, very few people exercise the ability.”
“Remain respectful and protect yourself during your arrest.”
Find Kevin at Phone, (931) 269-3600 · Address. 22 Public Sq; Columbia, Tennessee 38401 or on Facebook: Kevin Latta
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#laughlocal at Cities
Owner of 822 South, Marcus Malone joined the Ask Me About team for an evening of discussion, and laughing. Marcus joined us in Columbia, TN three years ago when he and two partners to open Lucilles. We are now lucky to have more of Marcus’ vision at 822 South. After many delicious burgers, onions rings, and amazing talent, Marcus reopened last week for Muletown Music Fest with his first official remodel. Marcus and his wife are lovers and residents of Columbia, TN. Oh…and did I mention he is a songwriter with a #11 song on the country music charts…Long Time Coming by Collin Mills.
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Muletown Musicfest is coming to Columbia, Tennessee September 29th and 30th! Music ambassador for Columbia, Damien Boggs joined us on Ask Me About to discuss his journey to becoming a musician, journey to Columbia and he plays some of his upcoming singles. And, we can’t wait to share what Damien is in love with this week.
On today’s show, we have Elaine Jaynes, creative genius of Nerd and Needle. She’s had a successful online presence for sewing and creating a variety of nerdy accessories and took her gift to Comic Cons around the country. She is taking her talent for design and sewing and joining it with her love and education for the sciences. Check out Elaine in Nerd and Needle at the variety of sites below.
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On this week’s episode we talk about “What Alice Forgot”, a novel by Liane Moriarty. We ask each other to discuss what they would have forgotten if we woke up on a gym floor with amnesia. Dating, divorce, homes, etc would be missing and new love interests would be present…and many, many more things.
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On this episode, we had Fermenting Opinions co-host David Popiden as our guest to talk about his podcast. Under the Ross Jaynes umbrella, Fermenting Opinions is our “Brother” podcast. Topics ranging on this episode from adulting, Eclipse 2017, flat earth believers, to political discourse and drones.
More links below on how to find Fermenting Opinions and us for Ask Me About.