the world of DJ Unprotected...

DJ Unprotected has a passion for music and partying.  There couldn't be a better career for him.  Producing music and being a DJ are a way of life.  The path less traveled, yet the only one available for him. 

The Output Podcast - Episode 39 | Vintage AM Radio 

Good times recording this one!  Lots of interesting topics:  police and non-lethal force, losing weight/gaining sexiness, and hanging out with my vaxxed friends.  Also, I'll be doing an upgrade because for whatever reason, my interface gets staticky while recording.  It could also be my outboard gear.  Either way, no bueno... Enjoy the sounds of the old age!

The Output Podcast - Episode 35 | Insert previx here for potato head 

This episode syncs up perfectly with my age.  As long as I'm consistent with recording these podcasts, this will never happen again!  Allow me to update you with my health and fitness milestone, as well as my thoughts on the gender-neutral Potato Head.  Plus, I present you with a "would you rather..?" question!  Engage with me on Twitter @djunprotected.  Tune in!


The Output Podcast - Episode 34 | How to survive winter crisis in Texas 

It’s without a doubt been a while week in Texas.  Global Warming isn’t real, right?  We’re not getting in to politics in this show, but definitely talking about how things have been challenging here in the South Central Texas area, that the North East might consider a mild storm.  Beyond understanding that this state isn’t prepared for winter conditions, we have to understand that people still have basic needs.  Let’s talk about what living off the grid might be like and venture in the benefits and negatives of that life.  Plus, we’ll talk about interesting hobbies that just might keep you entertained on a boring day.  Finally, we’ll talk about some music you could add to your playlist.  Tune in on all podcast streaming platforms!

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Don't only practice your art, but force your way into it's secrets, for it and knowledge can raise men to the divine.”

— Ludwig van Beethoven