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Must listen podcast? November 20, 2019 by Chrizmeyer from United States Kyle and Sean are fun and hilarious! They have a positive look at disability through their podcast. I enjoy their interviews, challenges, and just their hilarious conversations. This is a must listen podcast for me!? Terrific podcast, not to be missed October 17, 2019 by bikers unite 12345 from United States Helped me to connect to a pal with a disability, a reminder that we ALL have obstacles to overcome, very motivational, thanks for the frank discussions, love this podcast, Sean and Kyle are hilarious and shine a positive light on tough subjects Good source of information for folks with ataxia! October 8, 2019 by Wme1221 from United States Enjoy the podcast-- Impactful and funny! October 7, 2019 by ptomkz from United States I highly recommend this podcast. Kyle and Sean are an incredible duo. They dive into all sorts of topics with some pretty cool guests. Funny, emotional, educational. Definitely worth your time. Two Great Dudes October 3, 2019 by chdude from United States Kyle and Sean are so authentic and positive. I've met Kyle while riding my trike in Winters, California. Hopefully I will meet Sean soon. They both remind me to get out of my comfort zone. My Dudes October 2, 2019 by Mary Nadon Scott from United States I love you both so much! Thank you for making me laugh, motivating me, and simply making my life better. I could never fully express my gratitude for you both, and this podcast, but I feel absolutely blessed to call you dear friends and FAmily. Thank you for inspiring me to push beyond my comfort zone. That’s truly where the magic happens. Thank you for bringing the magic into my life. PS. Sorry Sean, but the East Coast is the best coast. of the Best September 25, 2019 by KevinFreiert from United States This is my favorite podcast. Kyle and Sean bring humor, insights, and honesty to the discussion about living with challenges. Each episode helps me understand more about the resilience and strength of people. This podcast rocks September 24, 2019 by German sheherd mo from United States The Two Disabled Dudes podcast has helped me to rethink my life entirely. I went from “my life is one long road to falling apart” to my situation is a challenge I can embrace. I will be a die-hard fan for life. Episode 83 September 4, 2019 by yoursalf from United States Great discussion. Get out of your comfort zone. Your community, friends and family are your safety net when you reach your limit. Love this podcast! Check it out! June 4, 2019 by Cindy Kolbe from United States Kyle and Sean are interesting people, as well as the perfect hosts. With this podcast, you can expect amazing guests and meaningful conversations! I love it!! January 31, 2019 by snheim from United States Just binged listened to the whole thing! Two Inspiring dudes! January 27, 2019 by beckysbuys from United States Listening to Kyle and Sean whether on their podcast or in person is always inspirational. These men have shown us how to do more with less, in other words they’ve done more than these two non disabled bodies! In their goal reviling episode Sean reminded us how to be “measurable” and accountable! Thanks for your words and encouragement! One of my new favorite podcasts January 9, 2019 by BradGriffith from United States This podcast has a lot going for it — humor, helpful information, moments of inspiration — but what makes the show is Sean & Kyle themselves. These guys are just 2 awesome dudes. Keep up the great work, guys! Five star podcast December 23, 2018 by lacativo52 from United States I love this podcast! It is funny, interesting, informative and timely. Kyle and Sean put the right amount of silliness and fun into each episode. The wide range of guests keeps the conversation interesting. Give this podcast your ear. 2 disabled dudes podcasts December 5, 2018 by sherellef from Australia Whatever challenges are faced in life, Kyle and Sean discuss them with honesty, humility and humour. Two truly remarkable dudes! These Dudes Make My Day! November 21, 2018 by jo-jo-mo from United States Their positive outlook and approach to their obstacles gives me the strength and encouragement to tackle my own obstacles in life. Thank you, guys! Awesome Podcast October 10, 2018 by StormedTheDesert from United States This podcast gives a great perspective on FA! It’s great! Relatable and hilarious October 6, 2018 by Sammysue896453 from Australia Having FA too, I can relate so much to all these stories which makes me not feel so alone. At the same time it makes me laugh. Humor & Grace October 6, 2018 by Eggerator from United States Kyle & Sean interview some amazing people. Each time they are well prepared and are thinking on their feet with insightful questions. What makes each podcast truly great is their friendship & banter with each other. They openly share their stories and perspectives with humor and grace. They offer optimism and aren’t afraid to poke fun at themselves. Each podcast feels like it’s 5 minutes, but each 45 minutes or so provides insight and inspiration. Love this podcast! October 6, 2018 by kaceymarie3 from United States Very informative, encouraging, and inspiring! Kyle and Sean do an excellent job and this podcast is really enjoyable to listen to. I highly recommend it! Real people, real lives, real relatable October 5, 2018 by khuck14 from United States As a parent of a disabled child, I find the podcast both informative and uplifting. Kyle and Sean remind me in every episode that a disability diagnosis doesn’t mean the end of the world. They are living such awesome and meaningful lives and, let’s be honest, probably having way more fun than the rest of us. They crack me up! They are so much fun to listen to and the variety of guests is great. Even if you are not disabled or connected to the disabled community in any way, you will relate to the perspectives they reveal while sharing about the unique challenges they and others with disabilities face. We’re all overcoming something and these guys do it with grace and a wicked sense of humor. You dudes rock! October 5, 2018 by Liz Gehr from United States Keep up the great work! It’s a pleasure to spend time with you, virtually & otherwise. Fantastic October 5, 2018 by MattthewF from United States A podcast with just Kyle and Sean would be reason enough to subscribe, but the guests they bring in are awesome. Great, inspiring and very funny podcast regardless of your situation. Kids also get a lot out of it. FAntastic podcast! October 5, 2018 by Team desTroy from Australia Serious conversations from people looking for a cure for FA hosted by two of the most inspiring guys, Kyle & Sean with some cracker stories that will be sure to make you laugh! Totally recommend this podcast! Inspiring September 14, 2018 by darrensmyth from Australia These gents make me laugh and cry with their honest conversations. Truely inspirational, motivating and confronting in a good way... keep up the great work and look after yourselves Little Levi and Mom? September 13, 2018 by Little Levi & Mom? from United States In our world of seriously challenging times, Sean & Kyle, you bring smiles and light! This was the first podcast interview that Levi had ever done. He said, “Mom, those two guys are hilarious! ” Before the podcast interview, Levi watched The Ataxian documentary. It was important for him to know what you two face and to hear the unstoppable spirits that you both have. After watching it, Levi said, “I need a bike like Kyle’s and I need to step my game up! ” Levi faces an ultra-rare condition that is a debilitating degenerative form of dwarfism, but him knowing your journey, has shown him to keep on going. Thank you, Sean & Kyle, for sharing. Thank you for talking about Miracle Flights. I hope many families find their way. What a great podcast! GO LIVE LIFE! Dona and Levi Thank You, Dudes! September 13, 2018 by Erika at Miracle Flights from United States Thank you, Sean and Kyle, for inviting Levi Krystosek and Mark Brown from Miracle Flights to be on the show (episode 049). It was so much fun---a fantastic experience for them and a tremendous honor and privilege for our entire organization to be a part of the incredible work you do! Worth every minute May 23, 2018 by rolfhill from United States Two of my three girls have FA and this is what led me to this podcast. Sean and Kyle have a fun way of discussing many aspects of living with FA or other disabilities. I look forward to every episode and am So thankful that they are raising awareness. Keep up the great work Sean, Kyle, Jake and all those involved! Two Funny Dudes March 17, 2018 by Lazarus1010 from United States Kyle and Sean are authentic and unique guys who inspiring and hysterical...! They sound a little drunk, but they’re not - in fact the insights and stories provide a lucid and entertaining look into the world of living with Friedreichs Ataxia. These guys raced their bikes across the United States in 9 out their doc The bscribe and have a few laughs while gaining understanding of the power of humanity. Informative and inspiring March 13, 2018 by ojasvi chaudhary from United States I have had the good fortune to meet Kyle when he visited RaNA therapeutics in 2014 summer. He inspired me than and now his podcast continues to do it. At the same time it is fun listening to their experiences in day to day life. Inspiring discussion on many levels February 6, 2018 by Deliberate Living from United States Listening to this podcast I am constantly reminded not to take ANYTHING for granted. These guys are hilarious and genuine. They let it all hang out. Good, bad, and ugly. It’s all life, and it all matters. Great podcast. Would love to hear and see more from these guys. Always An Inspiring Message November 26, 2017 by TtotheBone123 from United States These guys are great! The podcast is so much more than simply a show about disability. Their humorous and enlightening outlook on life, and living with urgency, is sure to resonate with many people. Their discussions speak to our common humanity and the implications of the decisions we make. Their messages are always thought-provoking and inspiring. Amazing October 7, 2017 by sarahbrownemusic from United States Kyle Bryant & Sean Bamstark are two wonderful human beings. Thank you for doing what you do <3 Ms. October 6, 2017 by Marcy Freed from United States I enjoy the voice Sean and Kyle give to disability. They are athletes, two regular dudes and two exceptional men. The Podcast os work listening to and sharing. Amazing Podcast October 6, 2017 by SCrazysox from United States I can't even begin to describe how awesome these podcasts are. I've had the opportunity to sit for a live show once and it was great. Kyle and Sean rock? Authentic dudes October 6, 2017 by ToddyP from United States The Two Diabled Dudes' conversational dialog is sincere and that's what makes this show special. Two amazing guys living with a rare disease but overcoming with analysis and humor. The subjects are diverse and their is literaly something for everyone… inspiration, knowledge, laughs and friendship. Thoughtful and practical, give Two Diabled Dudes and you'll be a fan too. Helpful and encouraging October 6, 2017 by DGraczyk from United States Great guests and relevant conversation whether you have a disability, care for someone with a disability, work on health care, or just need a little encouragement. Kyle and Sean are an excellent balance between serious and humorous and so easy to listen to. Two Disabled Dudes October 5, 2017 by Dlittell from United States The podcasts are informative for the FA community and all disabled people. Kyle and Sean are entertaining and fun to listen to. The topics are relevant and important. The guests are phenomenal. I encourage everyone with a disability or cares for someone with a disability to listen. Two Positive, Awesome Dudes! October 5, 2017 by CPConstantlyVaried from United States If you ever need some perspective on life and a good laugh, listen to these guys. Other people in their situation could be pessimistic and cynical (with good reason! ) but these two are the most positive and witty podcasters out there. Super impressed with them, keep it up! Two Awsome Dudes October 5, 2017 by BarryByrne from United States The podcast always has a lesson for us all. Keep up the great work guys. You inspire the whole FA community to be kind, thoughtful and keep hope alive (not to mention hilariously funny and fun). Love these guys October 5, 2017 by KD95818 from United States Funny, inspirational and creative. Love everything that these guys are about.? Inspiring Motivating and Entertaining October 5, 2017 by QFinnie from United States I love listening to these guys and the great guests that they have on their show. It is always educational, inspiring and motivating. Kyle and Sean's outlook, humor and grace that they maneuver rare disease with is amazing and an awesome way to spread awareness and learn about the different aspects of living with FA. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us! Listen you won't be disappointed October 3, 2017 by jtw62 from United States They are funny, interesting, fun, and informative. Thanks to Kyle and Sean September 29, 2017 by courtney_mccormick from United States Thank you for your openness, for your advocacy, and for the gift of this podcast. My New Fave September 10, 2017 by katstevens8 from United States As a rare disease advocate I appreciate finding joy in the journey! Kyle and Sean nail it in these awesome podcasts. Bringing humor and humility in each story. Bravo!!! Crazy taxis, evil cats August 31, 2017 by Facebook fan x 200 from United States Abbott and Costello, Farley and Spade, Christmas and Dunne, and now... Bryant and Baumstark. I'm still trying to figure out who's the straight man. Whether it's a crazy taxi driver or feral in their kitchen, these two dudes make learning about the disabled community fun. They navigate some pretty serious subjects while breaking it up with stories and their quirky sense of humor. The large variety of guests keeps me coming back for more. Looking forward to the next one! Should be called Two Awesome Dudes June 20, 2017 by sackingsjessa from United States Really great insight to living with a disability and how to push beyond. Fun and effortless conversation. Funny and charasmatic dudes. A postive and encouraging podcast for all. Keep up the great work! Amazing podcast May 6, 2017 by Sput-nick-nick from Australia Really loving this podcast. Great to hear Sean and Kyle talking about how life is more about how you react than what happens to you and really facing up to their disease. Amazing to hear their stories and really feel like you are part of their conversation and journey. Wonderful podcast April 1, 2017 by Megfiona from United States Kyle and Sean have such an effortless way about their conversations. They are funny, informative, inspirational, and genuine. I very much enjoy listening to and supporting this podcast. And I'll keep trying to contact people at Uber or Lyft to sponsor you. 🙂 Thanks for doing such great work! Inspirational, optimistic March 29, 2017 by Teroid from Australia This podcast is great. Two things stand out for me so far: 1. Sean and Kyle talking about dealing with diagnosis very openly and honestly and concluding that by being involved in raising awareness of FA "I take control of my FA. It no longer controls me. " 2. Your life is defined 10% by things that happen outside your control and 90% by how you respond. I look forward to hearing more pearls of wisdom! Inspiration March 9, 2017 by JMStaub from United States Love these guys; they're a must listen for anyone living with a disabling condition, and an example for all. Such a positive perspective! February 1, 2017 by Monica-colorado from United States I love these guys and I am so happy to have found their podcast. I love their attitude about traveling despite mobility challenges. My husband has MS, and while I think we have a can-do attitude, we have a lot to learn from Kyle and Sean. It is life! January 29, 2017 by MiniMe_Sar from United States This has truly helped me and my husband with his diagnosis. He wanted to ignore it for a very long time and hearing how you both handled your news was so great! Knowing people with disabilities (and in our case, THIS one) and hearing they lead normal lives is so refreshing instead of all they are told they CAN'T do! Love how it covers things that happen everyday and how different people cope. Makes us feel understood January 26, 2017 by Chollingsworth62 from United States Really enjoying this podcast from Kyle and Sean. They inspire all people. Everyone can take away a lesson in life from them. The Unspoken Truth January 23, 2017 by Avery Zaritsky from United States I listened to this in the car this morning while driving my kids to school. By the time we got there, we were all laughing and they said "pause it, play the rest at pick up! We want to hear it! " Its so nice to know I'm not fighting the disabled battle alone and it gave me and my family back some tolerance! Very inspiring, keep up the conversation!!! Smart, funny, caring, informative January 22, 2017 by hbredfeather from United States I love this podcast! I really appreciate the honest, open sharing that is peppered with laughter & good information about navigating the world for those with (and without) disabilities. The Welcome episode really sets the stage for what Kyle & Sean are facing with FA and it also reveals a friendship that is fun to listen in on. I've listened to the next 3 episodes so far & enjoyed them all - it's helping me with how I view myself and others in the world. We all face challenges and struggles. The hosts encourage us all to live better in each moment, yet apply compassion when we each may stumble. This podcast is a bright spot and motivation to "live with urgency" as a Kyle & Sean do. Thanks dudes! Easy listen! January 22, 2017 by Joeytyler2017 from United States Funny, articulate, educational and professional sounding! For a couple disabled dudes, they knock this podcast out of the park! Sean and Kyle allow the listeners to hear their unique and humorous perspectives on life from the disabled view. Highly recommend. Real people January 19, 2017 by Famlw from United States As an able-bodied individual, I find this podcast so helpful and genuinely interesting. Kyle and Sean's stories of their real life experiences have helped me see their challenges from a different perspective. Thumbs up - A1 January 17, 2017 by Afishyfish80 from Ireland Loving this podcast. Relaxed, frank and often funny conversation about the challenges and nuances of living life with a disability. Have listened to 4 episodes and it's now my favourite podcast. Keep up the good work lads. BR Thumbs up - A1 January 17, 2017 by Afishyfish80 from Ireland Loving this podcast. Keep up the good work lads. BR 00, 01, 02, 03 January 17, 2017 by Spinner's Dad from United States All 4 sessions are great! Brilliantly uplifting January 8, 2017 by Adam Griffies from United Kingdom As someone with FA myself, listening to this has been amazing. Such a great insight into life with Friedreich's Ataxia, or maybe any other disability. Would definitely recommend listening. Brilliantly uplifting January 8, 2017 by Adam Griffies from United Kingdom As someone with FA myself, listening to this has been amazing. Add this to your playlist! January 2, 2017 by Howard Hess from United States Meet Kyle and Sean, two dudes who suffer from Friedreich's Ataxia (FA). Unfamiliar with FA? Doesn't matter. Give 'em a listen. You won't find two more genuine and likeable guys out there. Amongst their friendly banter and casual conversation, you'll find insight, inspiration, and encouragement... all this and more from a couple of guys who don't let their disability define what they can and cannot do. Your new favorite podcast. For real. December 13, 2016 by EMagone from United States If you don't already know Kyle, level yourself up and do some research. One of the most amazing humans I've been fortunate to encounter. This is just the latest layer of his epic legacy in the world. <3 Awesome perspective on disability. December 13, 2016 by Matt Lafleur from United States Gives some much-needed brevity to the lives of people with disabilities. Doesn't try to be showboating or sugary inspirational. Just genuine. 2 dudes talking over Skype about their lives, which tends to be affected by a rare disorder they share, Friedreich's ataxia. Poignant. Can't wait for more episodes.
About This Game Have you ever wanted to live in your mom’s basement? Wait, you already do? Well now you can live in a VR basement! Build out a tabletop world, place down LADS and put them to work! Spend (their) hard earned currency to improve their lives. Construct a variety of buildings to produce food, generate resources and equip LADS with improved gear! Purchase dungeons from the spooky web then send the LADS forth to earn treasure, defend from invading enemies and defeat the Lich within his lair! Tired of waiting for LADS to chop down trees? Take advantage of the variety of toys, games and fluffy objects that your mom bought for you. KEY FEATURES: Expand a tabletop world with board pieces, populate them with structures, then order your LADS to do your bidding! Use a functional VR Computer to experience the joys of capitalism as your LADS produce currency for you to spend! Challenge the dungeons, defend against roaming enemies and defeat the Lich! Bluescreen your computer by smashing it with a baseball bat! Play darts! On your own! Shake a pig that poops out coins! Use them to pay for the arcade machine! Don’t forget to clean them first though… Slot floppy discs into the arcade machine to change the game! Browse apps on the computer to order items, browse for information and visit the spooky web! Scan objects to read badly written, awkward attempts to be funny and informational!
So after a summer/fall hiatus that included quoting Legally Blonde during my maid of honor speech at my best friend’s wedding, drinking enough blimes (a genius new name for Bud Light Lime) at Lollapalooza for it to be embarrassing and basking in what is the greatest season in the greatest city on Earth, I decided it was time to stop being lazy and get back to thoughtfully writing about historical events. I’ll try not to give additional excuses for my absence, just know that I usually don’t have a terribly good reason. If you don’t know who Abraham Lincoln is then maybe you should call your elementary school district and have them fire all of your teachers. Or maybe you should blame your parents for that awful homeschooling? Or possibly you should sit in a corner somewhere and cry about being so oblivious and a terrible American. My 3 year old nephew is actually named Lincoln, although not after the President (but like that stopped me from photoshopping a Lincolnesque hat and beard on one of his baby photos…please. ) Anyway, on this day in history Lincoln gave what would become his most famous speech; the Gettysburg Address. Delivered at the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the speech reiterated the laws of equality found in the Declaration of Independence. It began with the famous line “Four scores and seven years ago.. ” and went on to ensure Americans that democracy would always be “of the people” and “by the people”. Since I speak Lincoln, I have copied the version that is most regarded as being accurate to the speech Abe Linc delivered that day along with my thoughts on what he was really saying/thinking: Four score and seven years ago “Wait did I get that math right? What’s a score? ” our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. “I hope Ulysses doesn’t laugh at the word conceived. He’s so immature. ” “Pshhh…yeah, men are equal but everyone knows women are far ahead of us in intelligence and emotional maturity. In fact, this war probably wouldn’t have even started if our government/country weren’t so sexist. Oh, that reminds it, I forgot Mary’s birthday. She wanted that new bonnet……she’ll kill me. ” Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation, so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. “Is Ulysses smirking? I knew I should’ve brought that thesaurus. ” We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. “Hey South, by the way, F*** you. ” But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate, we can not consecrate, “Consecrate, Ulysses? Really? ” we can not hallow this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. “World, you taking notes? You know that you’re terribly unreliable, right? ” “Lincs, totally taking notes man. Don’t worry your stovepipe hat off. ” It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us—that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion—that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain—that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. “Totally going to drop my mic now because I killed it. I really think dropping the mic is something that will eventually catch on” *drops mic*.
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