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Really awesome that you got him on the podcast. It’s a bummer he wasn’t more interested in talking about his repertoire/approach in more detail. Gotta think you were disappointed in that too. He gave a lot of typical brief “pro athlete interview” type answers that were short on substance, even though you had several good atypical questions. I thought the Stripling podcast was a lot better, but then again maybe that can just be chalked up to the fact that Strip is 30 and Luzardo is just 22. Nick try to cut down on the nervous laughs :) and the volume on Luzardo was a lot lower than Nick. Keep doing these!