Thursday, February 21, 2019

Time is Running Out!


The clock ticks for thee! In this Human Meme podcast episode, host David Boles laments the lack of righteousness in free will and the lack of hope in predestiny. Are we our thoughts, or only our programming?


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Thursday, February 14, 2019

Loss of the Private Conversation


We have lost the sharing of the intimate moment. In this Human Meme podcast episode, host David Boles examines the loss of the sacred warmth shared between two people in exchange for public hostility. We now live open lives of rubrics, and discourse, and mockery -- everything is now fodder for a Facebook Live broadcast, or an Instagram Snapchat iMessage confabulation.


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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Sustaining the Gaze


Are we what we know, or are we our imagination? In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles examines the cruft of us, the ashes that become us, the stardust pittles that make us. If we can resurrect Mari Sandoz with a gaze, then we can lift ourselves back into the universe.


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Thursday, January 31, 2019

Shattered Blood, Broken Watch


Too many men only believe their minds, and not empirical proof! In this Human Meme podcast episode, host David Boles wonders why so many men refuse to take the reality of their ill-health seriously! AFIB? No way! High blood pressure? Sez who? Oh, the saddest of tapestries we so willinging weave into an early grave!


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Thursday, January 24, 2019

Multi-Level Marketing Marks


No dollar is an easy earn! In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles urges you to not fall for these "get rich quick" schemes posing as Multi-Level Marketing opportunities! You will not be a millionaire by the time you are 25-years-old! 


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Thursday, January 17, 2019

The Anchor of Cultural Appropriation


We may borrow, but never steal, and still be guilty! In this Human Meme podcast episode, host David Boles examines the merits of Cultural Appropriation, and the price we pay for its dismay, and discovery. Will playing "Cowboys and Indians" ever remain the same again? 


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