Professor Michael Mastagni, a mentor of CHADMAN’s, drops by the studio and talks with the guys. His story is worthy enough to be made into a movie. From teaching elementary school in the 60s, being drafted as a Mandarin-Chinese linguist during Vietnam, working with the NSA, CIA, and other agencies, and ending up teaching high school English and Art in Bakersfield where he ended up having a mouthy little trouble maker (CHADMAN) as one his students in the late 90s. He would have a profound effect on CHADMAN, as well as many other students. He would go on to be a professor at Chapman University where he recently retired after 50 years of educating. This episode proves that ‘real’ teachers and educators are a true gift to society. Their lessons go way past the classroom and can follow us our entire lives.