MACK #76: Richard Jewell

Richard Jewell.

If you are over a certain age there’s no way you don’t remember the bombing of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

That night’s celebratory festivities ended with a concert performed by Jack Mack and the Heart Attack. [Here’s the actual recording of that night, with the band singing their song and then the bomb going off] Jewell found the backpack that contained three pipe bombs and alerted all the right people. He then helped to try to move the crowd away from the area, most likely saving lives that night.

By the next day he was the media darling being hailed as hero by the MSM, fielding interview offers and even a possible book deal.

And then, just as quickly as he had become the hero of the hour, Richard Jewell became the biggest villain in the country.

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MACK #67: Coronavirus

It’s the long awaited Coronavirus episode of our podcast!

Hi there everyone! In this show Dave and I go through some of the Coronavirus facts and figures that  are out there and deemed “official” along with some that are not.

We talk about the the origin stories we’ve heard and I offer my own take. As per usual, Dave does his best to steer our conversation way off course as often as possible.

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