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Thursday, July 20, 2017
Sometimes, your best ally in fighting discrimination, is information. Have you ever been mistaken for someone else and then had to pay the social penalty for the mislabeling? There are several ways to redefine your accuser, and in this Human Meme podcast, David Boles explores what we know, and how we know where to fit its finest exposure.
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Who can predict what stays and not what will change? In this Human Meme podcast, David Boles takes a look at predictions. It's easy to guess the future, but it takes more insight, and longing, to understand what will never change, knowing what stays, and accepting what remains.
Thursday, July 6, 2017
Who killed Irving Catlow? In this Human Meme podcast, David Boles investigates the homicide of a beloved member of the Jersey City Heights community. Irving Catlow owned Catlow Movers, and he found his undeserved end in a chrome gun pistol-whipping, a smashed eye socket, and a busted up nose. A blood clot put him in a coma, and the rest, killed him. With your help, we can solve this Catlow Killing! Please listen; and make goodness win one for the day!
Thursday, June 29, 2017
In the Hilltop neighborhood of Jersey City, a new king of the skyline emerges. Known as the "Journal Squared" development, by the Kushner Group, David Boles takes you inside this new monolith in the sky for an insider look at what makes an aesthetic great in filling the empty space. Journal Squared 1 is currently the tallest building in Jersey City, and in this Human Meme podcast, you'll begin to discover why.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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!
Thursday, June 15, 2017
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.