What’s the morality of time travel?
Are we wise enough to wield time travel responsibly? We had a lot of fun delving into the perils of traveling through space and time. Tune in as we dive into our favorite tales of time travel and the important lessons this genre teaches.
What's the importance of having a thick skin?
Marc, Lacey, Derick, Mark “Daffirmation” Daffron lightly chatting about psycho-savage driving, our passions, and the importance of developing a thick skin.
What makes a healthy community?
What is the purpose? Why should you pursue it? What brings people together? It's an awesome time with some community questions about personal injuries -- join us!
*Hey, friends. This episode was recorded before COVID-19 hit and in it we discuss food washing habits. Obviously times have changed. Please refer to current recommendations from health officials regarding such things. We—obviously—are not health experts. Be safe. Because we like you.
What does it mean to be an adult?
Marc, Lacey, Tom, and Derick explore creativity and the meaning of work. Why do we do what we do? Why does it matter? And then close things off with a discussion about what it means to be an adult, and (re)learning how to be a kid.
Creativity throughout our lives changes in how it's expressed. Once creative people become parents, then what happens? Is their creativity sucked out of them? Does it grow superpowers?
Lacey, Marc, Mark, and Theresa explore how parenthood caused them to explore creativity while raising children.
What is world-building, and are there secret methods to getting it right?
(There are always secret methods, and they rarely get it right.)
Lacey, Marc, Theresa, and Tom dive into this, your mailbag questions, trusting your own imagination, and producing garbage. It's been a few weeks. We've missed you.
Trashed vocal cords, cell phone destruction, and World of Warcraft round out a deeper discussion on finding healthy versions of yourself amid a culture that amplifies your own worst instincts.
Really though, WOW players, you are needed. Help a lost fire mage find its forever home.
The mailbag opens up the most detailed dive yet into the mechanics and experience of the upcoming cosmic survival game: Unsettled. Then Lacey makes things all weird by asking the fam to explore their perceptions of themselves.
What is the creative process? Can it be defined? Should it be defined? HAVE WE GONE TOO FAR!!?
Career Path Analysis! How the heck did we get to this place doing these things alongside all these other....super normal people?