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Mike Rowe is the new Paul Harvey

January 12, 2019 ·

Today’s podcast recommendation is Mike Rowe’s “The Way I Heard It”… Mike dives into all sorts of events, his stories are riveting, and often there is a twist at the end. That’s why I called him “The new Paul Harvey” although that’s a bit of stretch, the style is similar.

Check it out here or find it on your favorite podcast player. More on that later.

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