Thursday, June 22, 2017

Failure to Pitch


If you’re a freelancer, you know well we now live in a, "Pitch Me!" Culture. In this Human Meme podcast, David Boles reasons why some people expect other people to give up their grand ideas for free -- all without any money, fame, or gratitude, applied!


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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Thoughts on the Human Form


We only appear to be what we are not. In this Human Meme podcast, David Boles takes to the skies of the scalpel to wonder how we can change who we are in the facade, and never think how our infrastructure may never be modified or laded.


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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Twentysomething


If you’re Twentysomething, the world appears set against you, and it is! In this Human Meme podcast, David Boles shares thoughts on the young, who are and abandoned into a world that has lost patience for the doctor's note afterthought.


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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Danger of Becoming the Establishment


There are always unknown, underworld, perils to the spirit. In this Human Meme podcast, David Boles examines the careers of Lin-Manuel Miranda, Charles Strouse, J.D. Salinger, and Truman Capote to decipher the dangers of becoming the new, mainstream, standard of excellence -- and the trap it sets for the aesthetic of the True Artist. 


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Thursday, May 25, 2017

As Alfonso Drinks His Urine


"If I were to write a subtitle today, it would read this: 'When You Pay Horrible People to Teach You!'" In today's Human Meme podcast, David Boles shares the story of an old foe -- an Ivy League Playwriting Instructor -- who, on the first day of class, declared he would "rather drink his own urine" than to have to "teach another section of new Playwrights." Salud!


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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Freedomland, White Flight, and How the Bronx Turned


Freedomland, USA was an idealized experience of what a true melting pot the United States had become; it lasted four years. In this Human Meme podcast, David Boles digs into the murky depths of the Baychester salt marshes in the Bronx -- where "White Flight" became a social test of turning. 


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