There is no greater iconic figure than Tommy Chong. So many of us grew up watching Cheech and Chong and laughing at their crazy antics in movies such as “Up in Smoke,” “Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie,” and “Nice Dreams.”
He is 83 years old and still going strong.
He shares his story of what happened between Cheech Marin and himself, causing them to break their partnership after their last movie, “Get Out of My Room,” in 1985. He is a very funny man and has a mind of not taking things too seriously as he has dealt with two forms of cancer and his conviction in 2003 which landed him in federal prison for 9 months.
He is one of the most famous advocates for marijuana use but clearly has a very different view than many think. He is not the character you see in the movies.
Please subscribe to our channel so we can grow this show and make a difference in peoples lives.
Walk a Mile in My shoes is an open discussion trying to bring the world together by understanding each other. We want to walk a mile in your shoes and hoping you can walk a mile in our shoes. I agree that a mile is a long walk but maybe we can learn to love instead of hate.
Please check out Eric McCoy’s other podcast at:
Lona Currie’s podcast at:
Must See: Tommy Chong: A Man of Love With Great Spiritual Insight, and See’s the World Through Humor