On this episode the philosophers ramble on about the positive sides of death. Jack dies of a tumor and finds himself in limbo, trapped in the memories of the living who’ve not yet forgotten him. Cristina destroys all the scarves to free his soul. On the other side, Jack discovers God is an omipresent & omniscient apple.
This episode of the JCP the philosophers work hard to pay for the freedom of billionaires. They discuss the huge cage they find themselves trapped inside and use their portable electronics to find a way out and back to nature. They debate whether they made the right choice by escaping to the wilderness to live off of the grid. After conning millions of people from the safety of the woods they leave the country entirely and go live on a private island.
Take Nothing Personal
This episode the philosophers visit Jesus in the middle of a house building project. He turns out to be a time traveler on a missions beyond the understanding of our simple primitive hosts. Jesus attempts to explain how the concept of god was made up by him traveling to different periods of time, but the hosts refuse to believe him and tell him god is real. All that and Sunday drinks with Jehovah on The Just Conversation Podcast.
Take Nothing Personal.
This episode of the JCP the philosophers continue their experimentation and acquire a cloning machine with which they make a subatomically identical replica of Jack’s late cat Kitty. They observe the clones behavior attempting to determine differences and similarities from the original Kitty. They gauge Jack’s level of attachment to the clone and they search for the truth behind what the essence of someone really is. All that and more on this episode!
Take Nothing Personal.
This episode of the JCP the philosophers get horrified at Elon Musk’s claim about world issues and people of money. As a result they go live off the grid becoming monks in the process. They realize things are meaningless and give things meaning consciously. Exciting and unpredictable events occur as the hosts seek what billionaires ultimate goals really are.
Take Nothing Personal.
On this episode of the JCP the philosophers discover Eminem’s secret, then find themselves obligated to travel to Raccoon City to write and produce and entire album in under a month. While in the recording studio with the Rap God the pair witnesses a viral zombie outbreak. They suspect it a result of biological weaponry testing. And they discuss video games somewhere in the middle.
Excitement! Intrigue! Other alluring words!
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This episode of the JCP the philosophers confuse the time they died for the cessation of perception. In doing so they discover life to have just been Death disguised. Death proceeds to tells our hosts how both Good and Evil were made up and morality is an illusion. All that and more!!!
Take nothing personal.
On this episode the philosophers discuss the completion of project 365. A project where the produce a new creation within their respective crafts for 365 days in a row. Jack with writing and Cristina with drawing. They discuss their favorite days and the most difficult moments throughout the project.
On this Ramble the philosophers discuss how our universe might be the multiverse to several universes created within it. Any universe capable of creation is a multiverse to all those creations. They discuss the infinite variety of universes. And how all the universes within our multiverse may have several branching timelines of their own. Video game developers are the gods of their video games. Gamers are less powerful demigods.
On this episode the philosophers Ramble on about how losing is what matters in life. How we learn from our failures. But our fear of challenge cripples us. Yet, we only value the victories we earn and suffer for.
On this Ramble the philosophers discuss the problems facing the American political system. How it's become common place to play the victim in any number of situations. Fear of change and a tight grip on traditions creates a conflict between new ideas and old customs. How outdated beliefs continue to plague the American social structure. And how the broken 4 year system doesn't work.
On this episode curiosity takes the philosophers away from their usual goofy outlook and into more serious territory.
Cristina begins to have a panic attack during a recording session and the philosophers decide to investigate, in real time, how it occurs and what is occurring. How Cristina describes the sensations and emotions that might be associated with the panic attack. And then she reflects on the possible root of her having panic attacks in the first place.
On this Ramble of the JCP the philosophers discuss Resident Evil 7. They share their likes and dislikes of the game. Spoil DLC and bash on the flopping fans of the series.
On this Ramble the philosophers try to get to the bottom of the world's power structure in order to discover who is really running things and what their ultimate motives are. Deceptions and distractions uncovered in search of the truth! That and more!
On this episodes the philosophers ramble about the Fake Moon conspiracy. The truth about the government having designed the moon is EXPOSED!
Intrigue! Mystery! Suspense! Action! Explosions! Deception! Drama!