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Jason Calacanis talks with Adam about angel investing, the early days of Twitter, and why the American Dream is messed up right now. Plus, Vinnie Tortorich returns with Pure Coffee for the gang, and Bald Bryan reviews Justice League for this weeks Baldywood.
On today's show, Red Bull's professional adventure racer Rebecca Rusch stops by the studio to talk her new documentary Blood Road. The movie tracks her bike ride 1,200 miles down the Ho Chi Minh trail to find her veteran father's crash site. Adam asks her why she gravitated towards a sport that puts its participants through so much pain. Rebecca then explains the mental strength required to participate in extreme endurance events that see her riding, rafting and running for days straight. Adam then gets an invite to Idaho to ride 100 miles with Rebecca. We'll see if he takes her up on it.
Celebrity merchandise expert Laura Woolley talks with Adam about his Paul Newman collection, and why you should buy what you love. Plus, Vinnie Tortorich talks about pure vitamins and coffee, and the guys react to sexual assault claims against Al Franken.
Interior Designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, has decorated the homes of Cher, Christina Aguilara, the Osbournes, and the Kardashians. Martyn shares with Ally and Steve the craziest sex rooms he has ever designed and how he went from being a stage actor in England to one of America's top designers.
RJ Bell calls in for this weeks RJs Parlay and Dr. Drew drops in to talk about nutrition. Plus, the guys play an in studio version of Cody Sings the Hits and everyone reacts to news stories about Jimmy Kimmels birthday, the first Hyperloop system in the US, and Singles Day in China.
Kinky Friedman chats with Adam about the art of being a humorist, his current tour, and living off the grid. Plus, comedian Christina P is in studio to share her love of Hungarian food and to play a round of Blah Blah Blog.
On todays pod, the guys discuss a #metoo rally in Hollywood, LiAngelo Balls arrest in China, and in light of all the recent sexual assault allegations, the guys also talk about exhibitionistic disorder.
Fox NFL Sunday's Curt Menefee joins Ace today to talk about his book, Losing Isn't Everything. The guys chat about some of the worst sporting losses in history including "The Catch" made over Rodney Harrison and why that was not the play that truly bothered him. They then chat about how Curt came to be one of the most prominent broadcasters in sports, having come from abject poverty in Atlanta. Then the two stumble upon one of Ace's old high school classmates who could be Curt's cousin.
Marlon Wayans sits down for a conversation about the work ethic of the Wayans family, reshooting Kevin Spaceys role in an upcoming movie, and sexual assault claims against Louis C.K. and Charlie Sheen. Plus, the gang plays a Marlon Wayans themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game.
Neil deGrasse Tyson returns to shares his thoughts on the way science touches peoples lives, the idea of simulation theory, and power rankings for tacos. Later, the guys react to news stories about LiAngelo Ball arrested in China for shoplifting, the first openly transgender person elected to office, and Ubers deal with NASA.
Steve and Ally sit in with Anya Hindmarch, an acclaimed handbag and accessories designer, in her London studio to talk about how her handbags are made, how she feeds her brain, and her hero, Margaret Thatcher.
Zakk Wylde talks about his musical influences, and playing with Ozzy Osbourne. The guys also talk about Puff Daddy trying to change his name again, Kevin Spacey checking into rehab for sex addiction, and Paris first naked restaurant. Jeff Cesario also drops by as Chet Waterhouse, and RJ Bell calls in with RJs Parlay.
Laura Ingraham talks with Adam about Billionaire at the Barricades and how things have changed since the Bush and Clinton eras. Plus, Chad Prather discusses his time in Africa, and chimes in on Taco power rankings. Bald Bryan also reviews the new Thor movie for this weeks Baldywood.