TRJE 302: Because It’s Easier

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“Isn’t it strange that if a corporation poisons a water source and it makes the water undrinkable, makes people sick, and even causes the death of a some people, they only get fined by the Government, but If I do the same thing, they’d lock me up and throw away the key?” – The Distracted Philosopher (paraphrased – original source unknown)

This week dream, dangerous lunch boxes, police encounters, racist nudity, tech dogs, and other random stuff.

I’ve added some annoying stingers/sound effects, played a weird bass loop while I read an original piece of fiction, and in the end I managed to record the entire thing. For this, I am truly sorry. Happy listening!

You can find all links referred to in the show (well, some of them) on my twitter feed @regisjack.

This is episode #302 for Monday, August 21, 2015 and clocked in at 25 minutes, 34 seconds

TRJE 301: Money Brings You Closer To God

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“Take 2. It seems if I take the microphone off mute, it records much better for a show. Just thought I’d let you know that.” – The Distracted Philosopher

This week the greed of religion, crazy baby names, a new drug, Brian Austin Green, and other random stuff.

Not every episode is an award winner. Especially this one. I’m not even sure I’m coherent during the entire show. That is all.

You can find all links referred to in the show (well, some of them) on my twitter feed @regisjack.

This is episode #301 for Monday, August 24, 2015 and clocked in at 24 minutes, 09 seconds

TRJE 300: Identification of gut microbial protein …

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“Sometimes I hear. The sounds only partially obscure. The numbers even more. Insanity fills the rest.” – The Distracted Philosopher

This week Target Troll, Rose McGowan says “F… your rules”, Men are A-holes, and other random stuff.

This episode makes my 300th of the podcast. I started back in June of 2008 and have continued to bring you my stream of consciousness since. As for this episode, there is something special for this non-historic occasion. At about 24 minutes, I admit, the show had gone on long enough — but after that — I … well, you’ll just have to listen to find out (haha! I make click bait!).

You can find all links referred to in the show (well, some of them) on my twitter feed @regisjack.

This is episode #300 for Monday, August 17, 2015 and clocked in at 34 minutes, 52 seconds

TRJE 299: Let’s Play Simon Says

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“The internet lies. The mainstream media lies. Politicians lies. The Doctor always lies. But yet we still believe and trust them. Why?” — The Distracted Philosopher

This week Trump does something right, your right to chose marriage or jail, the Bible may say we can kill all humans, and other random stuff.

I was shocked this week by the realization that Trump did something right. I’m not support his political run, or any politics, or any party — but I do give credit where credit is due (as much as I can). Also, did you know you can learn to pick a lock? It’s not as hard as you think, and that’s a bit scary. Hey, not every podcast can be an award winner, am I right?

You can find all links referred to in the show (well, some of them) on my twitter feed @regisjack.

This is episode #299 for Monday, August 10, 2015 and clocked in at 23 minutes, 21 seconds

TRJE 298: An Activity I Love

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“I don’t know why everyone keeps asking if I remember things. I don’t remember anything. Just as a general rule, if your question begins, ‘Do you remember’ and doesn’t end with ‘how much you hated Moulin Rouge,’ then the answer’s going to be no.” – BoJack Horseman

This week Cowardly Hunter, How I See American Justice, and other random stuff.

Some lives matter less, or so it seems to some people. The cowardly lion shooter was quoted saying what he did was, “an activity I love.” That’s disgusting. He wasn’t hunting for food, he wasn’t hunting for survival. He wasn’t really hunting. He paid a lot of money for others to hunt for him, point to the prey, then tell him to shoot. Why do some people value some lives less then others? How does killing something and putting its head on your wall make you a better person? Can justice ever be served? The justice system too slow? Don’t worry, justice will be served and then abused by the court of public opinion.

You can find all links referred to in the show (well, some of them) on my twitter feed @regisjack.

This is episode #298 for Monday, August 3, 2015 and clocked in at 22 minutes, 10 seconds