Episode 117: How to Become a Landlord.


This week Ann, Becky, and Dan discuss being a landlord. We often talk about leasing from the perspective of a tenant but this week we take a look at leasing your property as a landlord. Ann shares some things that you should place into your lease (if your state allows) to offer you as much protection as possible for the property owner. We look at things like acceptable noise levels, number of occupants, subleasing, maintenance, property inspections, and in Dan’s case wanting to disallow his tenants from having parties/gatherings. We also discuss the eviction process and how to place numerous items in your lease that if committed would immediately breach the lease and offer you a way to evict your tenants.

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Episode 116: Full Exposure.


This week Ann, Becky, and Dan discuss the case of a Utah woman who’s facing criminal charges for exposing her breasts to her step-children. She removed her shirt (as did her husband) while they were working on a construction project and her step-children walked in and saw her shirtless. If she is found guilty she will have to register as a sex-offender. This brings up the question, why is it ok for a man to take off his shirt in public but not ok for a woman to do the same?

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Episode 111: Snitching.


What is snitching? Everyone we’ve talked to all have different definitions of what snitching is. The only common thing in everyone’s definition of is divulging information to authorities. We give our takes on what snitching is (and isn’t), and we also talk about “Warrior Style” police training after the murder of Atatiana Jefferson.

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Episode 110: MAD! (Mothers Addicted to Drugs)


This week Ann and Dan dive into whether or not a mother addicted to heroin, fentanyl, or any other drug should be charged with a crime if they continue to use while pregnant. A lot of people don’t see the ugly reality of newborns going through opioid withdrawal. It’s not something you’d ever want to see. We also discuss addiction in general and compare the opioid epidemic to the crack epidemic that destroyed our community in the 80s/90s.

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