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Vinyl, Concerts, Books, and the freedom to do what I want in this life while not infringing upon the freedoms of others

I wear a lot of hats, and I chew a lot of fat. Don't fence me in.

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I am an inventor, author, blogger, Dream interpreter, researcher, teacher and most of all student of all things. I am a proud introvert, and often too edgy. I've been accused of being stupid, but never being closed minded; I always try to learn something new every day and like a true explorer I always share the most fascinating things I discover, everything I post will likely make you do a double-take if it doesn't just blow your mind, I focus my research on the subconscious mind to explore the deeper components to life.... click subscribe and let's go on an adventure together. I focus my posts on the most interesting and fascinating facts and misconceptions we have in society. My goal is to learn and share something new and interesting every day.

what the heck is goin' on? nobody's ever seen anything like it

I'm the creator and host of the podcast, The Paradocs. I'm a practicing anesthesiologist from Grand Rapids and an assistant clinical professor at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. The Paradocs is a weekly fun and lively discussion between another doctor and me about various topics in medicine. This is an excellent way to find out about the challenges docs face in the trenches that affect non-physicians as well. Did you know there are chronic drug shortages? How about an epidemic of physician suicide? Or the effects of FDA regulations on you getting the medicine you need? Subscribe anywhere you listen to podcasts: iTunes, GooglePlay, Podbean, Spotify, Stitcher, and more. Or visit the home page at Sincerely, Eric Larson, MD

Being a Rebel is great when there's thought and purpose behind it. When it's done for its own sake, it's just conformity. I'm a Libertarian/AnCap, looking forward to a world that respects the Non-Aggression Principle.

Oct 2018
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