John Corabi: Dangers of Technology and Defining Moments

John Corabi of Motley Crue and The Scream talks about the dangers of technology, the lessons he learned as a rockstar, the defining moments in his life that kept him off drugs, his son’s addiction and so much more.

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Things we reference in this interview:
The Social Dilemma
The Swamp
Snowden

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