Exploring the philosophy behind the concept of “Why?” and the two questions we are really asking when we use the word “why”. Answering both sets of questions–"How Come?" and "What For?"–yields design and purpose.
Music you're missing out on: Gardening, Not Architecture is Sarah Saturday's dreamy-reflective bedroom pop rock project that captivates and compels with earnest songwriting.
In Part 2, I talk about Warped Tour. I reflect on how much the tour meant to me as a teenager, and then what it was like to work and travel with the tour all summer long. Lots of great memories and so many influential people.
They weren’t aliens, they were mutilated children with down syndrome. The horrific account of what actually happened at Area 51. Stalin's black propaganda campaign and human experimentation on disabled children.
In Part 2 of the podcast, I discuss the limitations of language and how it affects the way we think. Language develops, survives, and evolves the exact same way viruses do; by infecting a host and then jumping from person to person with use of the new word. The word only survives if it’s continually used.
Does your circumstance in life–the family you were born into, the color of your skin, your economic class, sexual orientation–determine the conversations you're allowed to participate in? Is navigating vulnerability a trait that has lead to Tiffany Haddish’s success? I dig into her interview on “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman” on Netflix and come away impressed by her candid nature.