Single Dude Radio Episode 8: We Love Saigon

Single Dude Radio

Today we dip into the archives for an unreleased podcast from a while back when we were in Saigon. A lot has changed since then; Boris is no longer with the blog, and drunk Charlie doesn’t really show his face very often anymore. However, there’s some good info here, a couple good stories, and Saigon is still a great place.

For further reading on discussed subjects check out:

The Single Dude’s Guide to Saigon

The Single Dude’s Guide to Manila, Philippines

Turn the goddamn music down, assholes!

The Picture Game!

Fuck you, Cockblock!

Charlie Bushmeister

Call me Charlie.

I decided to join with others to write this blog because I feel that I have learned a lot about how to succeed in life in general. It took a lot of trial and error and I’ve developed a wealth of philosophies, skills, and tricks of the trade that would be very useful to like minded guys out there. There’s no need to repeat my mistakes, of which I have made many, instead I urge you to read this blog, absorb and practice its lessons, and then go out and have the most awesome life, on your own terms. To me that means good health, success in your career, the number and type of relationships you want, and general satisfaction that you’re not wasting your life spinning your wheels, but going forward always towards your goals.

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  • Steven James

    Love your guy’s work, wish you made more podcasts and maybe made the audio a little clear.. I think the voice masking is to much of a low tone.

  • This was an entertaining podcast… Shame they stopped recording it…

  • Keith

    Sounds like good content, but I’ve got the volume all the way up and it is still hard to hear.

  • jim

    Very good podcast, unfortunately it seems to cut out at the 18:48 mark and doesn’t play for the full 21:56. Could you re-upload the file.

    But also very good work. If you guys just made that off hand on the roof of your hotel without much preparation then that is fantastic. It comes out as a very well structured tale.

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