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Andrew Stamper - Amores Perros - Best Films Series

4/22/2018
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Andrew Stamper and I tackle my number 4 film in our best films series, Innaritu's Amores Perros. It was his first feature film, and I still feel like this is his best work. This is a gritty film that was like a punch to the gut the first time I watched it and can be a challenging film for dog lovers. Story is the strength of this film, but it is also characteristically bleak. Luckily, I enjoy dark, visceral rides. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0245712/?ref_=nm_knf_i4...

Duration:01:26:49

Tarik Daniels - On Intersectionality

4/15/2018
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Tarik Daniels is an activist, actor, community organizer, and writer here in Austin, Texas. Tarik serves as executive director of WHATSINTHEMIRROR, a non-profit and social movement that provides mental health and suicide prevention through advocacy and art. His new book, No Bonds So Strong is available for presale on March, 8, 2018 and goes on sale everywhere on April 20, 2018. In this episode we primarily focus on defining intersectionality and providing concrete examples to help...

Duration:01:31:20

Kanan Boor - Applying a Postmodern Lens to Gender & Identity

3/26/2018
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Kanan and I delve into postmodern theories of gender, identity, and spend a little extra time shitting on Jordan Peterson for the kids.

Duration:01:33:49

Ian Benouis - Plant Based Medicine Advocate

3/12/2018
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Earth based medication advocate and activist, Ian Benouis joined me to discuss his work with veterans suffering from PTSD, earth based medication, etc. Ian has participated in a documentary film, Soldiers of the Vine, in which 6 American veterans go to Peru to explore a 10-day plant dieta to treat PTSD. Soldiers of the Vine https://vimeo.com/210139995 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cdVBTxFgXA https://www.viceland.com/en_us/show/hamiltons-pharmacopeia...

Duration:01:03:18

Andrew Stamper - The Vanishing - Best Films Series

3/5/2018
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Andrew Stamper and I continue our Best Films Series with an analysis of the Dutch film, Spoorloos or The Vanishing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Vanishing_(1988_film) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096163/?ref_=nv_sr_3

Duration:01:10:24

Rahim Adeigbe - The Return - Joints x Rahim

2/27/2018
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Rahim Adeigbe, the creator of Joints X Rahim, stopped by this week to talk about what he's been up to since he joined us for episode 2. He recently spent some time in NYC and shared a little about upcoming projects. www.jointsbyrahim.com IG: @jointsxrahim Twitter: @heemerson

Duration:01:00:09

Dr James K Galbraith - Author & Economist

2/12/2018
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Dr. James Galbraith was kind enough to join me on the show this week to discuss macroeconomics. We talked about measures of economic output and inequality such as GDP, GINI Coefficient, and Theil Index. Dr. Galbraith also walked me through the broad strokes of Modern Monetary Theory, the national debt and the national deficit. James K. Galbraith holds the Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and a professorship of government at the LBJ School of Public Affairs....

Duration:01:40:38

Brandon Polanco - Independent Austin Filmmaker

2/5/2018
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Independent Austin filmmaker, Brandon Polanco, joined me on the show this week to talk about filmmaking. He's currently editing his first feature film, Earth Mother. We discuss the ins and outs of film production as well as storytelling from a broader perspective. He's worked with notable actors like Bryan Cranston and has had a short accepted into the Cannes Film Festival. This is an absolutely phenomenal episode, and immediately felt like one of the best since I started the show. Be sure...

Duration:01:52:48

Andrew Stamper - Vertigo - Best Films Series

1/28/2018
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Andrew and I discuss the acting, cinematography, writing, and more of Alfred Hitchcock's landmark film, Vertigo. It's the first in a series we'll be doing together exploring our top 5 best films of all time. Most importantly, we reference the male libidinal economy. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0052357/?ref_=tt_urv https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=168MsyGJ9yU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsM8dlQTnho

Duration:01:15:20

Avery Sudduth - Comic & X-Men Fan

1/23/2018
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Friend of the show Avery Sudduth stopped by the studio for an impromptu chat on our shared love of all things X-Men. Topics covered include costumes, art, writing, style, film adaptations and more.

Duration:01:15:16

Andrew Stamper - Screenwriter & Storyteller

1/8/2018
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Andrew Stamper joined me to share some insights into the challenges screenwriters face. We shared a little about some of our favorite films. We had a great time geeking our over our favorite films to wrap things up. It's a conversation any film geek will enjoy.

Duration:02:35:28

Dr. Jay Banner - University of Texas Jackson School of Geoscience

12/19/2017
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Dr. Jay Banner is the F. M. Bullard Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences and Director, Environmental Science Institute, College of Natural Sciences. Dr. Banner shared insights into the impact of urbanization of streams, the challenges surrounding creating a sustainable future for the state of Texas, and how climactic change can be studied via stalagmite deposits.

Duration:00:51:52

Scott Williams - The Trouble With Scotts

12/12/2017
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I brought friend of the show, Scott Williams, back to discuss what it would take to motivate him politically, the perils of modern living, and more schizoid content.

Duration:01:26:26

Jennifer Cox - Negotiating Biases & Identity

12/4/2017
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Jennifer Cox is a returning guest. I brought Jennifer on to discuss feminist perspectives. It automatically felt like one of the stronger conversations I've been able to have on the show so far, and I'm confident you'll agree. We discussed concepts of identity, negotiating ones own privileges & biases, and finding oneself after growing up in a evangelical community.

Duration:01:44:52

AJ Norton - Psychological Warefare with Aj Norton

11/28/2017
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I had the opportunity to sit down and riff with AJ Norton of Psycological Warfare With AJ Norton. He's a local Austin podcaster, and I think we share a similar outlook in terms of the kinds of discussions we want to have. We focused on the confluence of economics, the media, and politics from a broad perspective. https://soundcloud.com/psychowarfare https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/psychological-warfare-with-a-j-norton/id1265694390?mt=2 http://psychowarfare.com/...

Duration:01:36:13

Gilbert Rivera - Culture & Technology Maven

11/24/2017
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Gilbert Rivera is one of my absolute favorite people to talk to on any subject, so it was a real pleasure to have him on the show. We start off discussing Net Neutrality, and in true schizoid fashion venture into politics, economics, and philosophy. I've been pitching the idea of doing a current events podcast together, as well.

Duration:01:26:47

Dr Ivan Marquez - Philosophy Department Texas State University

11/14/2017
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Dr. Ivan Marquez, a professor in the Philosophy department at Texas State University joined me this week to discuss political philosophy through the lens of the enlightenment, modernity, and postmodernity. We discuss theory from thinkers such as Jean Baudrillard, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Martin Heidegger, Immanuel Kant, Jacques Lacan, and Karl Marx. We start with a introduction to modernity, trace it's origins in the Enlightenment, and the postmodern reaction....

Duration:03:01:23

Dr Justin Hart - Roboticist

10/31/2017
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I really enjoyed sitting and talking with Dr. Justin Hart about his work as a roboticist. We primarily focused on his research, but also touched on topics like the uncanny valley and philosophy of the mind. http://justinhart.net/ https://robotics.utexas.edu/people

Duration:01:21:38

Cindy Royal - Professor Texas State SJMC

10/24/2017
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Dr. Cindy Royal is a very influential figure in my educational journey. I took several of her new media courses while pursuing an M.A. in Mass Communication at Texas State University. She is the reason I joined Twitter and I'll credit her as my social media sensei. As such, it was interesting to circle back around to the beginning of it all with her. We talked a little about how we first got into technology, how social media has evolved, and impacted not only politics, but culture as a...

Duration:01:37:47

Chris Hausler - Percussionist

10/16/2017
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Chris Hausler of Atash and the Dirty River Boys made his second on appearance on the show, for a truly schizoid experience. We tackled topics ranging from free speech to semiotics and beyond. Enjoy the ride!

Duration:01:33:50

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