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Brian Little, host of the “Your Favorite Blockhead” podcast, comes on the show to talk Navy, history, podcasting, Peanuts, and MMA.

SHOW NOTES

PEOPLE:

  • Paul O’Rear (Host)
  • Brian Little (Guest)

TIMELINE:

  • 2:24 Brian talks about his time in the Navy
  • 7:05 Brian talks about teaching history
  • 23:22 Curiosity Channel Ad 1
  • 23:59 Knock Knock Ninja
  • 24:39 Ronald Reagan quote
  • 25:16 Hang on, it’s the phone
  • 28:13 Brian talks about his podcast, “Your Favorite Blockhead”
  • 44:01 Curiosity Channel Ad 2
  • 44:50 Five Fun Facts about Nuts
  • 45:30 Featured Song: “Poor Man” by Jeffrey Martin
  • 49:01 Brian talks about Peanuts
  • 1:03:24 Brian talks about MMA
  • 1:08:06 Brian talks about his favorite Scriptures
  • 1:13:00 Disclaimer
  • 1:13:51 BNRTT

NUGGETS

  • “If you want to  hold someone’s attention, tell a story.” – Brian Little -{THAT’S TWEETABLE}-
  • “History is to society what memory is to the individual: without it, we don’t know who we are, and we can’t make wise decisions about where we should be going.” – Gordon S. Wood in his book, The Purpose of the Past: Reflections on the Uses of History
  • “Live simply, love generously, care deeply, speak kindly, leave the rest to God.” -Ronald Reagan
  • “She says it’s hard to feel pretty when they’re always counting dimes.” – Jeffrey Martin, from his song “Poor Man”
  • “I’m not a bad man, I’m a poor man.” – Jeffrey Martin, from his song “Poor Man”
  • Charlie Brown actually kicked the football 4 times!
  • Life lesson from Charlie Brown: Never give up. Always persevere. -{THAT’S TWEETABLE}-

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