Monthly Archives: December 2012

7: Life Through Conspiracy’s Lens

An entire month’s conversations came out of a single red dot found on my mailbox and the freelance assignment that prompted to find out why it was there. Could it be, as many suggested, the dot was there to signal government troops where to find someone who should be immediately shot once martial law was imposed? Or was there something more innocent?

Some people might not like either answer. This podcast was taken from four episodes, each dealing on one level or another with our penchant for employing and enjoying conspiracies, when the real story just doesn’t satisfy us enough.

6: Jodie Foster Would Not Lie to You

I’m probably going to get sued for this someday. I’m sure word will eventually get around to Jodie Foster that I’m telling everyone about our date and how it was all arranged for me by an advisor in high school. I’ll get a “cease and desist” letter and I’ll think about fighting it because the truth is oh so important to me.

Then I’ll probably buckle and cave, because my reputation with Jodie means that much to me. Really it would be just because I can’t afford to fight it in court. This compilation deals with lies and Jodie Foster, how we choose to remain blind and talking with people during tough times.