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Toby Morse is the lead singer of the band H2O and the One Life One Chance podcast is named after one of their most impactful songs off of their 1999 album F.T.T.W. Inside the podcast you'll hear him interviewing friends and heroes who have had a major impact on his life. Real, authentic and non-scripted conversations where guests have said it was "very therapeutic". Morse also leads a non-profit organization of the same name where he speaks to students nationwide about living a drug free lif ...
 
The American political Left and right have become so polarized since the election of Donald Trump that each seems to exist in its own separate universe. Veteran award-winning conservative radio host and author Chuck Morse has interviewed liberal thinkers and luminaries of the left including Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Gloria Steinum and Barney Frank who he ran against for Congress in 2004.By means of vigorous and respectful debate with a regular roster of liberal guests and co-hosts, Chuck br ...
 
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In this episode Toby sits down with Travis McCoy, vocalist of Gym Class Heroes. They talk about float tanks, MRI's, pandemic, Naked & Afraid, Geneva NY, Daryl Hall, getting into punk, art, tattoo apprenticing at 15, origins of the band, opioid issues, playing shows under the influence, working with Bruno Mars, hip hop and rap battles, making amends…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. There’s not a huge amount of notes on procedural stuff that I accumulated for the exams but I did collect some interesting bits on bronchoscopy, particularly because it was so novel to me as an EM trainee who really had no experience with bronchoscopy prior to starting to my critical care …
 
In this episode Toby sits down with Fletcher Dragge, guitarist of Pennywise and punk rock OG, he talks about California, skating and surfing, Dogtown, alcoholic parents, drinking and drugs at an early age, learning guitar and bass, starting Pennywise, selling enough records to make music full time, Kid Rock, the environment, jail, Warped Tour and h…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Sometimes the tasty morsels are exam sized snippets of my knowledge on a given topic. More frequently they are literally all I know on the subject. Today’s topic of parenteral nutrition is a good example of this. I have no doubt there is a lot more I should know about what goes into those …
 
In this episode Toby sits down with NoFX frontman Fat Mike. They talk about his time on the east coast, moving to Beverly Hills, learning punk from Joe from The Vandals, touring, starting his own label, BDSM, cancel culture, his musical, interventions, almost releasing a porn, Punk Rock Museum, Punk In Drublic fest, hip hop and being completely mis…
 
In this episode Toby has his youngest guest yet, child prodigy musician Nandi Bushell, on for her first ever podcast! He chats with her and her family about everything, from when and how she started, her influences and favorite musicians, artists she's jammed with, what she's doing now and what the future holds! Please remember to rate, review and …
 
In this episode Toby sits down with retired professional soccer player Tim Howard, he speaks about being from NJ, moving to England, his parents divorcing, being diagnosed with Tourette’s and OCD, his foundations, playing pro soccer in his late teens, Amazon documentary in the works, book, becoming a dad, hip hop, NaS stories, tattoos, working for …
 
In this episode Toby sits down with punk rock legend Keith Morris of Black Flag/Circle Jerks/Off! fame. They touch on a wide range of subjects, spanning all the way from Keith's early beginnings until what's happening now. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and visit our youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/tobymorseonelifeonechance…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. This is number 50, so for all 7 of you out there, well done for making it this far especially when you can’t even get CPD points for it. Today we’ll look at Oh’s Manual Chapter 80 written by the one and only Oli Flower of SMACC and CODA fame. Like TBI we can split up spinal cord injury int…
 
Toby sits down with singer-songwriter Dave Hause to chat about Philly, discovering punk through metal, recruiting his younger brother to join the band, being a roadie for different bands encouraging him to start his own band, religious parents, The Loved Ones, going solo, moving to the West Coast and starting a family, getting sober and keeping thi…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Today we’ll look at everyone’s favourite yeast – Candida. Firstly, remember the distinction between yeasts and moulds. Yeasts, like Candida species are single celled critters whereas moulds like aspergillus are multicellular. Candidiasis is common in ICU patients. It grows commonly in our …
 
Toby speaks with Danielle about being from rural PA, compassion for animals at an early age, straight edge, moving to NYC to go to SVA, the moment she stopped eating meat, experimenting with baking and starting Vegan Treats then turning it into a global empire, "Fatally Yours" chocolate box, growing the business, experiences in Africa and not quitt…
 
Toby talks to Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God) about growing up in NC and VA, being children of a preacher, not fitting in, discovering punk, going to his first show, meeting Freddy Madball, his different bands, riding trains cross country, origins of Lamb of God, realizing music is a career while opening up for bigger bands, surfing, books, photography …
 
In this episode Toby chats with Andrew Black about growing up in DC, Gogo music, hardcore and indie, playing drums, marching band, working at Black Cat club, Brian McTiernan changing his trajectory, touring with The Explosion, seeing his name on a Dischord release, Black’s Records, behind the scenes in music, Laughing Matter, influences and not com…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Today we look at anaphylaxis. Oh’s Manual 67 forms the basis for most of this. In many ways this is fairly straightforward. You give adrenaline and they get better. However once you get into the pathophys behind it you start to realise why immunologists are much smarter than you are. Oh st…
 
In this episode Toby sits down with Metal Mike (Darkest Hour/Battery). He talks about his band history, touring with H2O, Virginia, getting into metal with punk and hardcore following, straight edge, veganism, religious parents, quitting school to play music, internships, begin a dad, Be Well and the power of Patreon. Please remember to rate, revie…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. This week we’ll make a fly by at part of Oh Chapter 100 looking at haemostatic failure. The understanding of the haemostatic system seems a little like the universe at times with our knowledge, and the gaps in our knowledge expanding away from us quicker than can we track. As a result this…
 
In this episode Toby chats with pro-skater/musician Dashawn Jordan. He talks growing up in Georgia and Arizona with a single mom and sister, meeting his dad and the other side of his family later on in life, how he got into skating, sticking with skating not other sports, getting sponsored, winning comps, injuries, OG skaters, Olympics, music, ment…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. This week we’re looking at the other ACS, the surgical ACS, the old abdominal compartment syndrome. This is common, especially in the surgical population and does not always immediately jump to the front of our cerebral hemispheres when it should do. Believe it or not there is a World Soci…
 
In this episode Toby sits down again with Kevin Seconds. He talks about his art and shirts, taking care of yourself, yoga, meditation, live streaming music, 7 Seconds coming to an end, side jobs, DIY, his record reissues, hip hop, jocks, putting artists on pedestals, music documentaries, shows after Covid, driving stories and getting permission to …
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Oh dedicates an entire chapter, number 88 to CBRN issues. While not commonly seen you can rest assured that critical care will be expected to turn up and manage these patients if an incident does occur so it is something we need to know fairly well. I will cover the content of chapter 88 h…
 
In this episode Toby sits down with Jake Szufnarowski, his longtime friend & NYC show promoter. In what was supposed to be an interview with Toby for Jake's podcast turned out to be the realest, most raw conversation Toby has had with someone yet. Strap in and take the deep dive journey through Jake's rollercoaster of a life, showcasing a true brav…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. It is with trepidation that I approach any topic that involves the negative feedback loops of endocrine control as I really struggle to keep it all straight in my head, but today I’m going to try and cover the basics of calcium in the critically ill from Oh Chapter 63. We’ll start from som…
 
In this episode Toby sits down with actress/voice artist/screenwriter Maggie Baird. She talks being from Colorado, theater, resigning from college and moving to NYC and LA to pursue acting, attending the Groundlings, teaching, video game voiceovers, managing Billie's team, staying positive, going plant based, cooking, food insecurity and Support An…
 
Welcome back to the tasty morsels of critical care podcast. Condensing all of “inotropes and vasopressors” into a single 5 minute podcast is of course doomed to fail but that’s never stopped me before. The main reference for this is Oh’s Manual Chapter 92 by John Myburg who is known to me for describing adrenaline as “God’s own inotrope” and in the…
 
In this episode Toby chats with fitness expert/motivational speaker/filmmaker John Lewis aka Bad Ass Vegan about his life growing up as a troubled youth in Little Rock and Ferguson to evolving into the plant based, positive person he is today. From starting his own company to making films to writing a book, hear how he turned his life around in a m…
 
In this episode Toby sits down with Scott Ian (Anthrax/SOD/Mr. Bungle) and they chat about Queens, the origins of Anthrax, early Metallica, the exposure of thrash metal and the growth of the band, working and touring with Public Enemy, origins of SOD, poker, Mr. Bungle, festivals and being allergic to weed. Please remember to rate, review and subsc…
 
In this episode Toby sits down with Jen Razavi from The Bombpops. They chat about her being born, raised and living in Cali, discovering punk rock and it shaping her style, playing guitar, meeting Polly and the origins of the band, winning battle of the bands, getting close with NOFX, getting signed to Fat, upcoming projects, live stream shows, Pat…
 
In this episode Toby sits down with Efrem Schulz once again. This time the tables are turned and Efrem does a deep dive into the lives and history of Toby and Derrick, everywhere from band life and touring to lifestyles, this episode is not to be missed! Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and visit our youtube channel https://www.youtube…
 
In this episode Toby talks to Mike Cessario, co-founder and CEO of water brand Liquid Death. They chat skating and punk, graphic design, ad agencies, keeping bands together, his short rap career, starting a brandy company, branding and marketing, origins and journey of Liquid Death, the afterlife of plastic and the importance of aluminum cans vs. p…
 
In this episode Toby talks with Venezuelan actress/singer María Gabriela de Faría Chacón about being born and raised in South America, acting at a young age, Latin Nickelodeon, getting a cat becoming vegan, her vegan wedding, her love for music and singing, having confidence in your work, having to start over in Hollywood and differences between sh…
 
In this episode Toby sits down with musician Dave Kennedy (Angels & Airwaves/Box Car Racer/Hazen Street), they chat surfing, skating, punk rock, violin, La Bamba influencing him to play guitar, straight edge, band origins, the Hazen Street experience, James Coffee and coffee culture, making a new record and tour life. Please remember to rate, revie…
 
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