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Gumship Radio is a series of conversations with the troublemakers, artists, and (mostly) forward-thinking individuals of the Asian American community. Each episode starts from the guest's unique upbringing and ends in the present, sprinkling the listener's fertile mind with only the waviest bits of wisdom along the way. Hosted by Gumship's Founding Editor Dave aka Rekstizzy.

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Yeahhhhhh Gumship

Super entertaining radio about random things I can totally relate to!! :)


that toilet story I remember you talking to me in person. definitely a thing to learn when you start to live in a dormitory.

Good stuff

This review is going to be coming from the perspective of a podcast geek.

Dave is doing something really great here. I knew it right off the bat after I listened to my first episode ever since he went with a different format for the series.

I like what he's doing in the Asian-American community, by letting people from different walks of life get a chance to share their stories. I think this is especially great because it's done as a conversation, in a podcast format, which really allows listeners to get a genuine feel for the person.

Joe Rogan talks about it all the time on his podcast. You can communicate so much more effectively with an audience in a podcast format.

An episode is about an hour long so it's short enough that you can finish it on a roundtrip commute to wherever you're going. I like what he's doing with having people describe their backgrounds from when they were young all the way up until they're doing what they're doing now. What he said resonated with me when he said that the Asian-American life is not homogenous and that every story is unique.

He does a good job of leading the conversation and keeping it focused while still keeping it relaxed and humorous. I like that there's a focus behind it, and not just sounding like it's two people sitting in their living room smoking weed that happen to have a mic in front of them (Kevin Smith's podcast, for example).

It's entertaining and informative. Check it out.

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