Podcast 54 – 7th Grade Stylings

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What happens when you merge the worlds of doctor and personal trainer?
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The podcast exists to take our daily efforts in the physical world and distill usable information for you, the listener.

In Episode #54 Roger and Dr. Champ Discuss:

3 Responses to “Podcast 54 – 7th Grade Stylings”
  1. Katalin says:

    That review was a bit unfair, someone was clearly having a bad day. Oh well, people have different tastes.
    You always make me laugh and I can associate with so many of your stories.
    Your grandma sounds sweet! No pressure!

  2. LP Johnson says:

    Sorry, I’m way behind in listening to your podcasts. I just heard you and roger say you aren’t passing judgement on GMOs, this made me laugh. I can tell you that Relentless Roger and the Cavman Doctor are rarely, if ever , consuming GMOs. Corn, soy, cotton, rice, this link is to a comprehensive list. http://www.isaaa.org/gmapprovaldatabase/approvedeventsin/default.asp?CountryID=US&Country=United%20States%20of%20America
    Yo may be getting an occasional tomato or papaya, idk. Your free-range meat may be encountering GMO alfalfa, chicory, or bentgrass. The problem with that is the herbicide the farmers are obligated to buy under contract if they use these gmos.
    My dad raises sheep and round-up ready alfalfa. He was quite pleased to plant this alfalfa, spray it with round-up, and be able to harvest beautiful, weed-free alfalfa for his sheep. Downside? We can no longer spread their manure on our garden for fertilizer due to the remnants of herbicide in it, kills all of our garden plants. :(

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