John provides an update on how quarantine is going on his end. He delivers food now, but more recently he's been delivering booze, which is...essential?
John discusses the boredom, isolation and loneliness connected to social distancing and its effect on sobriety. Also, he's not a fan of live streaming videos from a talk show host's kitchen.
John talks COVID-19 crap and dealing with fear.
John talks about meeting Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson on Super Tuesday.
John had quite an experience at the DMV, so he decides to talk about it at length! Somehow, he finds a way to make it relevant to recovery, or something.
John rambles, er I mean, discusses L.E.A.D., Ben Affleck, taking control of your own recovery, a pesky Howard Zinn quote, and weak addiction memoirs.
John talks about wearing masks with the coronavirus threat. Also, what does he think about Justin Bieber getting sober? Wouldn't you like to know...
And, as the title of this episode suggests, he discusses why you shouldn't pay someone for exposure as a performer.
John talks about our society full of narcs. He also gives suggestions of what types of programs to support to fight the opioid crisis.
John discusses his most recent bus ride and provides a reason for why a sober person should not drink/use one more day.
John discusses the judgmental and insufferable nature of some people in recovery.