Episode 47

February 28, 2019

01:10:26

TMP #47 Chris Rose Surfaces

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
TMP #47 Chris Rose Surfaces
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TMP #47 Chris Rose Surfaces
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Show Notes

The best-selling author, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, and white whale of the podcast finally shows his face, and the Troubled Men haul him into the Ring Room. Chris is always very forthcoming, and tonight is no different. Topics include an earthquake prediction, a work joke, secret rules, driving issues, Mannix, MeTV, tricks of the journalism trade, podcast production, sensitive boys, prep school alumni, the DKE fraternity mayhem, newspaper editing, Krewe du Vieux, the death of satire, public admissions, the post- Katrina era and the Chris Rose phenomenon, treatment models, talk therapy, and much more. Subscribe, review, and rate the podcast on iTunes or your favorite platform. Like the Facebook page, share with friends, and spread the Troubled word. Theme music by Styler/Coman

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