In this episode Truth talks with Nino of the San Diego based company – The Firm.
The two discuss life, music, tattoo’s, business, bars, culture, motorcycles, paying dues, punk rock / hardcore shows, lowbrow entrepreneurship, and more…!
They also discuss the launch of the new limited edition long sleeve collabo T-shirt from The Firm and Choppahead – available this week !!! Get yours before they sell out at http://www.thefirmclothing.com
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In this podcast Big Truth interviews interesting people who live and breathe outside the mainstream conventional box. The tone of each episode can range from casual conversation to life history style interviews. The show is fun, educational, inspirational and explores different views on contemporary topics as well as highlights alternative career paths.
Big Truth is an Anthropologist, custom motorcycle builder, laser tattoo removal specialist, ex-radio DJ, punk rock/hardcore vocalist, and now podcaster! He owns a renowned custom motorcycle shop (Choppahead Kustom Cycles) and a Tattoo Shop/Laser Tattoo Removal Business. In the past he's worked as an anthropologist for the World Health Organization, CDC, and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Having worked with everyone from Harvard Cancer researchers to outlaw bikers, he is comfortable navigating different worlds and talking with people from across the human spectrum!