Jene reads a listener email about Unlimited Mileage.
Jene talks about how he wishes this could our summer of adventure for the Jerry Springer Podcast.
So he’s scouring the stories of modern adventurers at work this summer, like Jerome, who is riding his bicycle from Montreal, Canada to Tierra del Fuego, in Argentina. We talked to him a few weeks back.
Now he’s learned of Harvey Lewis, a high school teacher from urban Cincinnati who is not hiking but *running* the 2,100 miles of the Appalachian Trail in 45 days, in an effort to set the speed record (it normally takes 6 months). Why aren’t we out there making a mark on history? We talk to Harvey while he’s running down a mountain.
Then Jerry wonders – is it possible that President Trump’s seat-of-his-pants legal strategy is actually smart? Is it tougher to nail him down?