The Best of Ask Jesse: Episodes 1 Through 15

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Show Notes by Victoria Lynn Hall

Before there was an “Ask Jesse” podcast, I used to listen to Jesse’s solo podcasts on Patreon and take notes, jotting down questions about the things I didn’t understand and perhaps a helpful suggestion or two.

Jesse was very patient and kind in answering my questions and even followed some of my suggestions, most notably the one that we do a podcast together.

It might not have occurred to me had we not already started working on this blog together. Amplifire project was really born out of the idea of collaboration between people from different generations and/or backgrounds and Jesse and I fit that description. I have more years of life experience than he does but he has more knowledge, especially when it comes to politics.

Listening back through these clips from these first few episodes, I realized how much I have learned – about politics of course, but also about communication and collaboration – in just a few short months. However, I am also aware of how much more there is and always will be to learn.

One of my biggest discoveries is the immense value that collaboration has on our ability to learn. Not only the objective feedback that I get from Jesse but also that which we both have received from our listeners has been so helpful. My only complaint is that we don’t get more of it.

So if I could ask one favor of anyone who listens to this “best of” compilation or any of our past or future episodes, it would be for you to jot down as many questions and helpful suggestions as you wish and email them to us at

And as always, thanks for listening.

For a convenient listing of all of our “Show Notes” posts, click this link.

In the clip from episode 11, Jesse mentioned an important article he wrote, entitled Yemen & The Truth, a highly recommended read.

Watch/listen to our full episode below or on YouTube where you can subscribe to all of our video content. We would also like to thank Kim D. for contributing her fabulous song, “Corporation Coup” for use as a theme for our videos, you can find the full recording of this song at:

Jesse Crall

A Los Angeles native, Jesse Crall graduated from UCLA’s English Department before working as a copywriter, script reader and project manager for an engineering firm.

A self taught artist and creative entrepreneur, Victoria Lynn Hall lives in the Kansas City area with 4 spoiled cats. She believes in art and the magic of kindness.

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Creative Coordinator of Amplifire Project.

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