Author Norman Ohler says that Adolf Hitler’s drug abuse increased "significantly" from the fall of 1941 until winter of 1944: "Hitler needed those highs to substitute [for] his natural charisma."
Last year I got an email out of the blue from a guy named Tod Moore inviting me to a weekend of doing various man skills: shooting guns, butchering animals, doing obstacle races. Of course, I was in. The event was called the Vanguard, which was put on by a gym in Austin, Texas called Atomic Athlete. Their goal is overall strength and conditioning, and on today’s show, I talk to the two founders of the gym about lifting, conditioning, the psychology of strength, and more.
Ben and Don are joined on this episode by special guest John "if I was a rock star you would have heard of me" Roderick. John does not like potatoes, but he does ask lots of great questions.
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To hear more from John, check out his other podcasts Roderick on the Line and Road Work.
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While I agree with the premise that secure communications and open platforms are key elements in improving my children’s futures, I still find myself using a gmail account due to lack of competitive secure alternatives.
Sure, I have a couple of POP3/SMTP access points on which I can use any e-mail software, including highly secure options, but so few of my e-mail interactions would benefit from this (due to the receiving side not using secure options), and the lack of “cloud” access from any device, decades of 99.9999% reliable archiving, and a 900lb gorilla manning the whitelist/blacklist issues for the domain, means that the “open for snooping” alternative is where I do virtually all of my communication.
I suppose Google is a little better than Facebook et. al, but I still am wishing for a digital world where you don’t have to do business with a 900lb gorilla to get basic services that work.
John Roderick returns to Systematic to talk about the mental health of
politicians, the importance of song lyrics, and outer space, among other
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