It’s episode 100 of the podcast and Stu’s been saving this one up! If you’ve donated in the last few months you’ll have heard this one as a sneaky pre-release but here it is for the rest of us…
Phil Kay is a force of nature. Not a metaphorical one; an actual force of nature. “The guy that speaks really fast until it goes wrong” waxes sagacious about staying in the bit that works, no longer being appropriate to the bullets, and most importantly of all believing in belief.
Phil’s autobiography “The Wholly Viable” is available online now and you’d be an idiot to miss it.
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