An interview with Eugene Goodman
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That's right. The Brothers were able to land the exclusive first interview with America's hero Eugene Goodman. We open discussing the Microsoft potential acquisition of Activision/Blizzard and mourning the suicide of Regina King's son Ian Alexander, Jr. We weren't surprised at the failure of the John Lewis Voting Rights bill, but we did love Nikole Hannah-Jones' MLK speech. At the 10min mark, We finally get a chance to hear from the man that most think should have been Time Magazine's person of the year. He describes the riot in his own words and finally lets the world know what was going through his head while he was saving the Senate. He shares with us what keeps him grounded and his escape from the newfound popularity. And we also get his choice of which is better: Northern or Southern seafood. Razi squeezes a question in after the interview and wants to know what colognes do the brothers wear. Byron takes final question and wants to know does cheating affect the whole family. This episode is a must listen. Enjoy!

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