Michael Lewis will tell you what happened to fairness in the US
I listen to podcasts when I’m working out in the gym. I judge how good they are if I don’t get bored and change to fast paced pop music when it comes to doing cardio on the rowing machine or stationary bike. My recent stay in San Francisco gave me a new podcast assessment criterion: how much I notice how short of breath I am walking up the streets of Douglass, Eureka, Diamond then 23rd and 24th from the neighborhood of Castro to Twin Peaks in San Francisco. If you are not familiar with San Francisco let me just say doing an hour HIIT (High Intensity interval training) like Les Mills’ Body Attack class followed immediately by an hour of Zumba class is a walk in the park compared to 30 mins walk up the aforementioned streets. In the three weeks I did the walk daily (didn’t do it to torture myself, I did because the public transit in San Francisco sucks. Walking was the most convenient way for me to get around) for seven days I was distracted by Michael Lewis’s Against The Rules podcast. This series “takes a searing look at what’s happened to fairness—in financial markets, newsrooms, basketball games, courts of law, and much more” had me engrossed. You can check it out here.