Episode 4 — Neighbor Girl

http://ia601502.us.archive.org/5/items/episode4neighborgirl_201509/episode4neighborgirl.mp3 Link To Download On iTunes Some say The Truth will set you free, but I prefer Janis Joplin's notion (not Truth, mind you) of Freedom; "Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose." If there's Truth, and I'm not certain there is or isn't, then surely Janis's notion of Freedom is part of that … Continue reading Episode 4 — Neighbor Girl


Episode 3 — Cherry’s Jubilee

http://ia601505.us.archive.org/27/items/episode3cherrysjubilee/episode3cherrysjubilee.mp3 Link To Download On iTunes Ordinarily, I would "pen" my own description of this podcast, but I've recently run across a famous story, a parable really, by a famous writer/philosopher that expresses it at least as well as I could, if not better. The story/parable is entitled An Imperial Message written by none other … Continue reading Episode 3 — Cherry’s Jubilee

When You Wish Upon A Star

Louis, I'm sorry, but you're wrong — apparently some wishes are too extreme. Adnan Syed's wish discussed below is too extreme, apparently, and so it's ignored by those who don't know any better but should and by those who do know better. Let me explain, Louis. In my latest podcast here titled Episode 2 — … Continue reading When You Wish Upon A Star

Episode 2 — Judge Judy

http://ia601508.us.archive.org/16/items/episode2judgejudy/episode2judgejudy.mp3 Link To Download On iTunes Does art imitate life or does life imitate art? What came first, the chicken or the egg? They’re similar questions that perhaps require no answer, or the answer’s irrelevant, or there is no answer. Both processes represent self-reinforcing feedback loops and one part of the equation not only feeds … Continue reading Episode 2 — Judge Judy