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Ninety Days in the 90s: A Look Back at a Decade of Music, Nostalgia, and Joy

Season 2, episode 6
1 hr 1 min / Published

Jesse and Andy discuss Andy's recent travels around America. Andy talks about his experience driving from Chicago to Kansas, and Jesse Veritas talks about his experience driving from Adelaide to Sydney. They discuss the difference in size between America and Australia, and how most Americans don't know what country is south or north of them. The two people in the conversation discuss their thoughts on Darwin, Australia and New Zealand.

Darwin is described as being like an oven in a refrigerator, and says that it is a weird place where people go silly if they spend too much time there. 

Who would rather go to New Zealand than to Paris or Darwin? In the end, Jesse and Andy both agree that New Zealand sounds like a better deal.

Andy Frye is a freelance contributor, sports writer, and he writes for Forbes.

They have built up a long time ago and have gotten to interview a lot of great athletes such as Shaquille O'Neill, Tom Brady, Megan Rapino, Billy Jean King, and more. Andy used to work in the business world and always wanted to be a writer. He got his start by writing an article for Rolling Stone about an extreme sport called fistball. From there, he just kept going and eventually landed a job with ESPN. He mostly did extreme sports and a little bit of pop culture back then. Andy eventually made some connections and got to write for Rolling Stone. He has written a book about the 90s music scene. He talks about how he got into writing, his love for music, and how the 90s were a special time for him.

Andy's book "Ninety Days in the 90's is available on Amazon and other good bookstores! 



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