George Peterson: The Alton Browncast 58

George Peterson: The Alton Browncast 58


Today I talk with George Peterson, Director of Dive Programs at Monterey Bay Aquarium, about the life aquatic.

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    Dona Young

    Great podcast! Very inspirational & educational. When you get non-foodies on your podcast, its always an interesting topic. Keep it up! Oh, & had a ball at your tour, show is fantastic.

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    Cindi Thomas

    Dear Mr. Brown, I know that sometimes it’s best to keep your mouth shut when you’ve done something wrong in an attempt to not do anymore damage but this is weighing heavily on me and I have to say it. I am a new user to your Facebook page and I want to apologize to you or your Facebook fans if I have in any way shown you disrespect and/or disregard. I am contacting you here because I felt that there are exercisers here and, as I stated earlier, I don’t want to make matters worse. I think that you are incredibly talented and im sure a wonderful person. Again, my deepest apologies and good luck to you in all of your future endeavors. Sincerely, Cindi Thomas

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    Cindi Thomas

    Hi, Mr. Brown. I just wanted to say thank you for doing these podcasts. Particularly loved this one. I love fish and im a beginner aquarist. I have two freshwater tanks, one with ten comets. I don’t care what they say about goldfish, they are not filthy creatures and they love you back. I am not a diver personally but don’t you think that part of the reason less people are diving might be because we have greater access to ocean life via television and media? I recently purchased some National Geographic magazines circa 1960s and 70s and I was blown away by how little we knew about it back then. Jacques Cousteau was really the only eye we had and the video equipment wasn’t nearly as advanced. I think it’s great what they’re doing at Monterey Bay. I would love to visit one day. Thanks!

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