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VeniceMase is joined by filmmaker Joshua Tickell whose new documentary "Pump" will change your attitude about fuel forever. Oil companies enjoy a monopoly in providing transportation fuels, but we are on the verge of an historic change. Tickell explains the role of the auto industry in disassembling our LA trolley system in the early 20th century, the economic boom in Brazil which has been fueled by ethanol and the America entrepreneurs who are leading the charge for alternative fuels.
VeniceMase grew up watching "The Love Boat," the long-running ABC series, and Jill Whelan, played Captain Stubing's daughter Vicki. Mase heard her co-hosting a podcast with Brian Phelps of "Mark & Brian" fame, and he invited her in for a loose, funny conversation with Andy Kamentzky co-hosting.
Former NFL great and Super Bowl champion Kurt Warner is in studio talking about leaving the sport at the top of his game on his own terms. Kurt Warner talks about firstandgoalhearthealth.com. Also, Warner speaks on the NFL in LA.
The new faith-based music film "The Song" opens nationwide Friday September 26th and in this podcast Mase speaks with the film's director Richard Ramsey. They talk about the making of the film, "Roots" music (like Mumford & Sons) & Mase even shares some of his own personal spiritual journey.
Like almost everybody else, Mase loves a great Denzel Washington movie. "The Equalizer" comes out this Friday & Mase got a chance to sit down with screenwriter Richard Wenk. Not only has he written one of the biggest movies of the year, he also loves "Mason & Ireland!"