RISK! Podcast
  • Episode:#623
  • Date:March 14, 2015
  • Run Time:1:08:44
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Bonus Episode #1

Tom Shillue, Juliet Hope Wayne, Moshe Kasher, and A.J. Jacobs share daring true stories at RISK! live shows in NY and LA.

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Song: RISK! Theme by Wormburner and John Sondericker

Song: Clash by Caravan Palace

Live Story: The Prom King by Tom Shillue

Interstitial: Prom is Awesome by Justin Steigely and Jeff Barr

Live Story: Ghosts in the Machine by Juliet Hope Wayne

Song: The House by Air Traffic Controller

Live story: Sex In Bed With Women by Moshe Kasher

Interstitial: Once and Out by Janis Joplin, David Spade, Helen Hunt, Jeff Barr

Live Story: My So Called Life by AJ Jacobs

Song: An Act of Mercy by The Mercy Beat

One Comment

  1. about James Brown, when he used to play bass for him, that black geniuses alawys have this deep thang about them. He said Jame’s thang was his proclivity to demoralize you after you accomplished something outstanding. He said that being around James Brown made him glad he was raised in a single parent household withoug his father present because it only would have served to get in his way of maturing creatively. I think the curse of black geniuses is that since the brain either produces too much melanin, or a biproduct of it like dopeamine or melatonin, seratonin or tyrasine, our body chemistry becomes imbalanced to the extent that our logic becomes infantile in proportion to our artistry and creative processs. Our logic either becomes outlandish, miopic or self serving because our neural chemistry is only serving our inventive impulses, no longer our sensability.

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