Each year, the Fukushima community comes together in November to take part in Movember. Former and current international residents of Fukushima prefecture, Japan, combine to make Fukushimo. Chapters are created in different countries all over the world in order to raise awareness of men’s health and funds are directed to Prostate Cancer societies. This year I have joined our Canadian team in hopes to raise funds and awareness, as well as to grow a ridiculous moustache. I have shaved the beard that I have been sporting for the last 5 years, to the probable delight of my mother and the dislike of my girlfriend. To see me, sans beard, is by itself worthy of your money, as I look ridiculous.
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While I continue to procrastinate about writing the blogs detailing my trip back to Fukushima (sidebar: it’s actually less about procrastination and more about the fact that I’ve talked about it so much already with media, friends and family that I’m on a bit of an overload), I figured I’d at least share some of my words in audio format. Here is my interview with the CBC Radio One show Ottawa Morning. They were nice enough to send it my way. I’m pretty sure it’s the best interview I’ve done to date. Although, I was a little thrown off by the first question. I didn’t think we were going to dive into Soma that quickly.
Ottawa Morning Interview – Tuesday October 11th – Brent Stirling