My job in revenue management with a large casino here in Las Vegas was to set the hotel room rates for The Strip to ensure we maximized revenues.
Mindy Kaling, actress and writer best known for her roles as Kelly Kapoor on The Office and Mindy on The Mindy Project published her new book Why Not Me?
Bill Binney, former NSA Tech Director who worked for NSA for 37 years, says that you can have your liberty without sacrificing security.
Hard hitting comedian Christopher Titus answers questions about his comedy career, his TV shows and comedy specials, and his turbulent past.
Brittany Howard, lead singer and guitarist of Alabama Shakes, answers questions about her music, life, and the band’s recent rise to fame.
Haunted House Actor, seven years running, with the Haunted Hunt Club Farm in Virginia Beach, VA, answers your questions about the gig.
Steve-O, jackass, entertainer, and stand-up comedian answers your questions before taping a Showtime comedy special on Nov 21 and going to jail on Dec 9.
Alan Schaaf started Imgur.com in 2009 and has grown it into Reddit’s favorite image sharing service and it’s own self-proclaimed community of Imgurians.
A correctional officer in a high security prison in Norway speaks about Norway’s prison system and rehabilitation programs.
Former Truck Driving Instructor who has driven in 48 states says that truck drivers are killed more often than any other job in America and he’s seen it all.
John Fogerty, singer, songwriter, and former lead singer and guitarist of Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Actor Rob Lowe answers questions about his new show The Grinder on FOX and his men’s grooming line Profile 4 Men with a little Parks and Rec talk mixed in.
Laurelin Paige, American author best known for her Fixed Trilogy series, answers questions about writing, marketing ebooks, and self publishing.
Pie just completed a Thru-Hike of the 2189 mile (3523km) Appalachian Trail, walking from Georgia to Maine, that took 6 months and 10 days to complete.
Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor, author of Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few, and professor of public policy at Berkeley.