Sometimes I talk to myself.
This time I ramble nonsense inside my new office (a former grow room) about messing up a podcast with Jon Julio, donating to Schmidty’s Ramp & Camp, buying—but not watching—Cayenne, and more.
I’m soon joined by my former and current roommate, Ivan Narez. We talk about adult stuff like buying vans, taxes, credit, and Valo 6.
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It’s always worth recognizing our Patreon supporters, otherwise known as those who make this podcast possible. Huge thanks to Trudy, Dustin, Edward, Jose, Nate, Steve, and our latest homie: Alexander Linde.
Here are some relevant links:
Buy the Cayenne Project on Sellfy and check out thecayenneproject.com.
CAYENNE | Trailer from Cayenne Project on Vimeo.
Click here for the official IRS instructions about requesting an extension for filing your taxes.
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