There Goes My Hero

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I was a rebellious kid and simultaneously a quiet kid, wishing I could spend more time with my father, he was just a hardworking guy providing for his family by working a lot. But when the chips were down and I needed a hero in a big way, the most unlikely candidate showed up, my Dad.

In this episode of Finding Subjects, I share a little bit of my youth, talk about some of the  biker friends I had, and share a dangerous encounter with a waterfall that I barely survived.The Falls



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