When the Snow Hits the Fan

Timing is everything with this latest episode of Just Talking. Scott K. Johnson, diabetes blogger extraordinaire recently completed his Tour de Cure ride and with my own ride coming up I brought him on for a little pep talk. Along with some motivational words we spend a good amount of time talking about the value of the online community. Then we tangent off into a nationwide bus tour that involves cheesy tots and ice cream. Honestly, I don’t know how some of these topics came up but I had a lot of fun recording with Scott (and his sweet accent). To anyone out there that has had the chance to hang out with Scott in person, I am extremely jealous. Anywho, you should listen to this podcast.

Just Talking – Episode 25: When the Snow Hits the Fan

Last week, Diabetes Online Community pillar (or “base of the pyramid as he would call himself), Scott K. Johnson completed his Tour de Cure ride. This week I’m preparing for my own 20-mile ride. Naturally he was the perfect choice to be my guest on my podcast. We spend some time discussing his awesome accent, Northern Virginia’s inability to handle snow and the growth of the Diabetes Online Community. There’s also a lot of talk about a bus tour featuring everyone. Seriously, everyone gets a bus but you’ll have to listen to this episode to get all of the details. Enjoy.

Run Time – 1:05:24

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3 thoughts on “When the Snow Hits the Fan

  1. This was a great one, guys! Thanks for sharing. Lot of fun listening to you both have so much fun, yet touch on so many topics that are incredibly important to hear about. Much appreciated.

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