with Yeti Yeff
Introduce yourself.
My name Yeff! I'm from a podcast called 8750 which is so rad it's not even words...it's numbers! When Mrs Yeti and I had our first kid I quit my job to be a stay-at-home Dad (I prefer the term "trophy husband") and I so arrogantly thought I would not have loads of free time so I restarted a podcast that I had done back in 2015. Turns out being a kept man is not as easy as it looks, BUT, the podcast has been going strong for over a year now.

“Never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down”

- Yeti Yeff

Share an experience that has shaped who you are today.
I've had a bit of a rollercoaster ride growing up. I started drinking at an early age. Got kicked out of several colleges. Been arrested. Been held in a drunk tank. Sang in a "band". All of these stories and many more are scattered throughout 8750 episodes. I got sober 12 years ago and started working on becoming an actual human being because when you spent so much time in a haze you have to learn things like "how to maintain a friendship" at an advanced age. So now I live up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. I spend most of my time in the mountains, raising a Baby Yeti, and working on my podcast.
Tell us about your podcast audience.
The 8750 audience is amazing. Most of the hard core fans have become Patrons and get access to the 8750 discord where we have all really bonded. I bring them up on the show a lot, we talk to each other every single day. We play Wordle together (and I stink at Wordle so that's just peachy) and we do step challenges now and then to win 8750 merch. We're currently doing one to win a keychain, don't tell them, but I got enough keychains made so everyone will get one at the end of the competition.
What makes your podcast unique?
8750 is RAD. The regular show is myself, Kelsey Ballz and Cayla Shwag with frequent guest appearances by fellow podcasters, YouTube stars, and 8750 Patrons. We each come armed with a topic of conversation which can range from "how did you learn to drive?" to "when was the last time you pooped your pants?" We have some recurring segments thrown in as well. We all know that every basic b*tch on the internet has a true crime podcast... right? And there's only about 5 true crime stories worth telling, and Netflix has already covered them, and covered them better. Well, on 8750 we bring you ACTUAL True Crime. These are stories you're not going to hear anywhere else, because this is all stuff that happened to me or near me in my little mountain community. I also employ an "army of Karens" who report directly to me on the shenanigans happening in dez hills. We also have a segment called Nobody Asked Yeff where I give top shelf advice to people on the internet who didn't ask for it, and probably don't want it. We also have a new show that comes out once a week called "Podumentary" where we take a look at some of the most popular documentaries people won't shut up about. Because everyone loves a good documentary but 1. They drag these stories out for forever and 2. they bum you out by the end. Well guess what I can fill you in on these insane stories AND I can somehow make Army Hammer wanting to eat people funny. Boom!

Vinnie Potestivo, Editor-in-Chief of
I Have A Podcast®

Vinnie Potestivo,
Editor-in-Chief of I Have A Podcast®

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