l Am Pitts Podcast
Just Because You Can Does Not Mean You Should

Just Because You Can Does Not Mean You Should

January 15, 2022

Dex is back and he has a special guest with him on the show-The Omicron Variant! After detailing his eight hour trip to the VA to get treated, he recaps his trip to Austin, Texas to be on the Drinkin' Bros Podcast. According to VP Kamala Harris, The Pearl Harbor Attack, 9/11 and the January 6, 2021 Capitol incident are "same same, but different". Dex sets the VP straight with some facts. Lastly, Dex breaks down the Tucson PD shooting from November 29th of last year where a TPD officer shot a man in a power scooter with a knife, who had just committed an armed robbery. Dex puts aside his personal feelings and does his best to give an objective recap of the incident according to Arizona Revised Statutes and reminds everyone that just because you can do something legally, it does not mean that you should!

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Book Pomos Whiskey And Hungover In Austin

Book Pomos Whiskey And Hungover In Austin

January 8, 2022

Dex travels to Austin, Texas to do his first book promotion with the Drinkin' Bros podcast. Dex is joined in Austin by his BP friends, who he has not seen in almost two years, for this very special occasion that leads to lots of adult drinks being consumed and Dex getting lost and separated from his boys in downtown Austin and being saved by Austin PD. Dex and Stew wrap about the last 48 hours and reminisce about their time in the Border Patrol, while Johanny recovers from a long night. 

Officer Pitts And The New Year’s Day Handshake Of Shame

Officer Pitts And The New Year’s Day Handshake Of Shame

January 4, 2022

2021 ends with one last swift kick to the face with the death of Betty White and the tragic death of to Illinois police officers who were ambushed and murdered while on duty. Dex returns back to work after the untimely and tragic death of his friend/partner as he and his squad struggle their way forward to find their new normal in his absence. Despite being under the weather, Dex does his best to provide someone in crisis with the best service possible, only to be thanked with the New Year's Day handshake of shame! Dex's book "I Am Pitts" is officially out! If you would like to purchase the book go to iampitts.com to get your copy!

Every Shift StartsThe Same But Can End So Different

Every Shift StartsThe Same But Can End So Different

December 24, 2021

This episode is dedicated to the memory of Dex's fallen brother, his friend, Officer Zach Cottongim (115 Baker) and his fallen sister and former partner Detective Deidre Mengedoht "Dee Dee" (294). 

Dex also honors the memory of recently fallen officers Mia Goodwin of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and Officer Keona Holley of the Baltimore Police Department.

I Am Pitts Is Coming!

I Am Pitts Is Coming!

December 16, 2021

Back from Bowling Green, Kentucky, Dex reflects on the three days he and his fellow officers spent at ground zero. Dex's book "I Am Pitts: Memoirs Of An American Patriot" is coming! Dex updates his listeners on the book release date-January 2nd, 2022. For more info on the book and how to preorder go to iampitts.com

 

 

Pray For Kentucky

Pray For Kentucky

December 12, 2021

227 miles of death and destruction spread over six states at the hands of the longest tornado track in history. Dex and his fellow officers travel to Bowling Green, Kentucky to help with the those impacted by the devastation. 

A Crappy Thanksgiving

A Crappy Thanksgiving

November 24, 2021

Thanksgiving is off to a "crappy" start for Dex and his PD homies as they encounter a man covered in his own mess. Dex reads a brief exert from his book "I Am Pitts" about the 2004 Thanksgiving IED (Improvised Explosive Device) attack in Iraq that still lives with him and his brothers of Alpha Company 2-14 Infantry Battalion 17 years later. Dex reminds everyone to step away from the news, social media and all the BS currently surrounding us and to take a moment to simply be thankful on this Tanksgiving of 2021. 

Interview With Corbin Seavers: Saving Louisville‘s at Risk Youth With Books and Chess

Interview With Corbin Seavers: Saving Louisville‘s at Risk Youth With Books and Chess

November 22, 2021

There is an old saying in the black community: "If you want to hide something from a negro, put it in a book." If that is the case, there is no hiding anything from Corbin Seavers who is the host of the Book Talk With Corbin podcast. He is also the founder of the Kentucky Chess Ambassadors where he teaches chess to racial minority, low income and socially disadvantaged youth throughout Kentucky. Corbin discusses his upbringing, his love for books, chess, his passion to change the lives of young people and how he became a black conservative.

If you want to help Corbin with his mission of changing the lives of at risk youth through chess visit kychessambassaadors.com

You can also listen to the Book Talk With Corbin podcast at booktalkwithcorbin.com

 

President Joe and the Great Negro

President Joe and the Great Negro

November 17, 2021

President Biden continues his downward decline. Dex sends a thank you out to all of his fellow veterans and goes to Chill's to celebrate the day. Dex is invited to speak at the University of Louisville and is shocked as to how he was received. Have Americans had enough of woke culture. Lastly, Dex weighs in on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and gives his opinion and perspective. 

An Email ToThe Chief

An Email ToThe Chief

November 9, 2021

Dex writes an email to the chief and gives listeners insight into the reality of being a black police officer that is not politically black enough. Dex briefly goes into what it is like growing up with dark skin within the black community and the "blacklash" he has suffered for not toeing the black/democrat party line. Dex explains doing the right thing vs doing the black thing. 

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