Articulate with Steve McJones

By Steve McJones / Alec Bolger

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Giving people a platform to nerd out about life, hobbies, and interests since 2019.


Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Youtube, LinkedIn, and MySpace.


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Episode Date
Please Don't Listen To This (An Anti-ASMR) with George Miller
53:21

*NSFL*


I was gonna title this "I'm in Love with George Miller" but then we actually recorded a conversation with George Miller. He informed me afterward that he owns a bidet which I think makes it slightly less repulsing. I'm ashamed to say I fully participated and enjoyed myself.


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Dec 05, 2022
Growing with a Band / The Car (2022) - Post-2016 Rift with Maeve Hennessey
44:27

"What came first, the chicken or the dickhead?"


In part two of our Arctic Monkeys analysis, we cover the era of the 2016 rift in the space-time continuum up to present day. How a person changes with a band, how weird and amazing TB+HC is, and living in the moment with a full breakdown of the recent album - The Car. Lots of big ideas in this episode, the kind you'd rather not share over the phone.



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Nov 14, 2022
The AM (2013) Aesthetic - Pre-2016 Rift with Maeve Hennessey
35:27

"Last night what we talked about, it made so much sense. But now the haze has ascended it don't make no sense any more."


The Arctic Monkeys have been one of the most influential bands of the 21st Century- especially to those hitting puberty in 2013. Maeve Hennessey joins this week to discuss the bands' earlier studio albums, what musically makes them so enticing, and how they made smoking cigarettes seem super cool. Turns out a lot of us have more overlap in our fluorescent adolescence than you might think.


Music:

From The Arctic, From The Monkeys

JULIOKLADNIEW



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Nov 14, 2022
Bartending & Street Art - An ASMR with Gretchen Dietz
1:00:48

"Is graffiti art or vandalism? That word has a lot of negative connotations and it alienates people, so no, I don't like to use the word 'art' at all."


Gretchen really brought a whole ass bar and made us Old Fashioneds. It was incredible. While a professional cocktail bartender, this week Gretchen Dietz provides a glimpse into the street art community of Philadelphia, and discusses where the motivation to create comes from.



Cheers 🍻


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Nov 07, 2022
Dungeons and Dragons is... Improv? with Ty Wood
45:49

"I now realize that letting you summon a Kraken at will was an extremely poor choice."


Step into the fantasy realm this week as Ty Wood breaks down roleplaying games, bad lifestyle choices, and nerds. This episode holds a fountain of knowledge on history, drama, and of course, improvisational comedy. With creativity as our guide, we can only subjectively fail.


Follow @bobo_circus and live in the best universe you can create.


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Oct 31, 2022
Catholics And Their Celebrity Crush with Chris Aileo
46:42

"“23 Then he went up from there to Bethel; and as he was going up by the way, young lads came out from the city and mocked him and said to him, “Go up, you baldhead; go up, you baldhead!”


Settle in this week with two Catholic schoolgirls discussing their wacky adventures with the ancient religion and the church. Chris Aileo comes on to discuss the pros and cons of the faith, the guilt, and of course- the handsome young man that started it all.


Follow @ChrisAileo and have a blessed week.


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Oct 24, 2022
Creative Consistency, Ego, and Washing Babies with Beaux Emerson
39:27

"You can't use up creativity. The more you use the more you have."


This week on Articulate, we're joined by Beaux Emerson to discuss why washing your legs is crucial to mental health... or at least this conclusion can be drawn with some logical math. Mostly we discuss consistency, skills vs. talent, and how ego can get in the way of growth. Put away the Masquerade, get Better, and your problems will be Long Gone as you enjoy this episode.


Follow Beaux everywhere- @beauxemerson and have a great week!


Music:

Long Gone by Beaux Emerson

Casual Luxury EP



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Oct 17, 2022
The Kyle Regan Experience - The CIA Investigation of Steve McJones Pt.2
46:01
Ladies and Gents, we got him.

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Oct 09, 2022
The Kyle Regan Experience - The CIA Investigation of Steve McJones
42:19

I, Kyle Regan, am the captain of this podcast now. Welcome to the Kyle Regan Experience, and here's a tip: Steve's a Fed.


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Oct 03, 2022
The New Birth Order with Anna Gallagher
55:12

"It's no longer a question of 'Am I screwing them up?' It's become more of a worry over 'Which one am I screwing them up the worst?'"


Did you know that Birth Order's another horoscope? This week, Anna and Steve cover traits of eldest, middle, and youngest children, and why being the youngest is obviously the best. Also why being oldest is most definitely the worst.


Find out if you fit your category this week, and enjoy yourself!


Video edited by Joanna Allen


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Sep 23, 2022
Emo via Emo with Kellan Hyde
52:51

“So how was Christmas for you guys? Did you all get lots of nice black t-shirts?”


Have you ever felt emotional? Did you ever feel like expressing it with eyeliner and angsty music? Good news, this week Kellen Hyde comes on to cover Emo Culture from early origins, to the Weezer of it all, and to the sadbois of today. Internal turmoil, outfit expression, and aggressive crowd participation are all keystones to this wonderful following.


Use this week's episode to cope, and have a good week.


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Sep 12, 2022
Inherently Anxious (and Hungover) with Josh Martier
43:26

"We are healed of a suffering only by experiencing it to the full."


This week we're joined by Philly's very own Marty Marty! Josh comes on to discuss his in-depth experience with anxiety, and tweaking out since he was 6 years old. He walks us through the process of legitimizing the diagnosis in his life, and some fun (and not so fun) coping mechanisms developed in response.


Go for a walk, breathe, and enjoy this week's episode. Peace.


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Aug 31, 2022
Guilt About Feeling Happy / Anxiety That It'll End Soon - EP109
25:36

"A person who thinks all the time has nothing to think about except thoughts- But if you talk all the time, you'll never hear what anybody else has to say. And therefore, all you'll have to talk about is your own conversation."


DON'T THINK- YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO THINK! YOU HAD ALL SUMMER. FIGURE OUT WHAT YOU DO!


These past 3 months I've just been like, the most happy I've ever been. All the best to you and your'ns.


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Aug 23, 2022
Free Will and The Soup Metaphor with Josh Kleckner - EP108
46:07

"I have noticed that even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, still look before they cross the road."


This week, one caffeinated Josh Kleckner joins the podcast to discuss the reality of free will- specifically how it doesn't exist, and why we should factor that in to our decision making process. We cover how atheists are sometimes unknowing Buddhists (or how Buddhists are unknowing atheists) and why we should all make an effort to empathize with each other, to make sure the soup that is humanity tastes good on the whole.


I hope your week is predestined to be a good one.


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Aug 11, 2022
Fun Times with True Crimes - with Sidney Albrecht - EP107
33:08

"I hear voices talking about murder... relax, it's just a podcast."


This week we're joined by South Jersey's very own Sidney Albrecht to talk True Crime; why people love it, why people hate it, and why people do it. You ever been a serial killer and kept podcast episodes as mementos for each of your victims? Yeah me, neither...


Stay safe out there fam, have a good week.


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Fine Seeds by Thomas Gresen | https://soundcloud.com/thomasgresen

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Aug 03, 2022
Becoming The D.J. Hero with Michael Wurster - EP106
37:03

"It's not about what the equipment does, it's about what you can do through that equipment. That's where the soul is."


This week on Articulate, we're joined by local Philadelphia D.J., WUSTA. He walks us through his introduction into the scene, the creativity involved in production, and how the scene's progressed through the years. Never underestimate the Art of the Vibe.


Hey guess what?? Articulate is now streamable with video on Youtube- a new visual aid for articulation, to help you understand (or judge harshly) all the beautiful guests and their full aesthetic. Plus, of course, the gracious gift of laying eyes on your beautiful host each episode. I'm just here to give the people what they need.


Thanks for listening and have a good week fam. The world's not over yet.


Music:

TOOGOOD - OUTBACK (feat. WUSTA)



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Jul 25, 2022
Metal: The Genre and The Adjective with Paige Campbell - EP105
52:00

"Heavy Metal is the most conservative of all loud music. Let's face it, not even a gym teacher could get as many people to dress alike."


This week on Articulate, Paige Campbell comes on to elaborate on Metal- its history, culture, and transformation into a lifestyle. You ever burn down 30 churches before?? Now that's metal.


Dip your toe in, perform some illegal activities, and have a metal week.


Music:

Metalicious by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com

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Jul 15, 2022
Science and Learning with a Touch of A.D.D with Nicholas Piccari - EP104
42:06

"If you were ever abducted by aliens, the first thing I'd ask is whether they came from a planet where people also deny science."


When was the Universe created? Are we alone? Is the 4th dimension bussin'? None of these questions are answered in this weeks episode, a beautiful conversation with local comic Nicky P. A silly conversation about the new James Webb telescope snowballed into getting to know Nicky's passion and drive for learning, playing music, and doing standup comedy. Strap in and keep your arms in the vehicle at all times.


Sweet dreams and even sweeter weeks to come.


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Jun 27, 2022
Creativity and The Accomplishment of a Blackout with Thomas Patrick – EP103
1:01:21

“I don't drink these days; I'm allergic to alcohol and narcotics- I break out in handcuffs.”

This week, let's give our guest a great big Howdy! Thomas Patrick hops on Articulate this week to walk us through his creative process in writing, stand up, and painting. A lot of what comes through is emotional outlet- especially after becoming sober and fully processing past events. This process helps reveal and accept more about ourselves in ways that can be harsh, but also, sometimes f*ckin' hilarious.

Keep your eyes on the prize, and don't forget to vibe. Peace.

Music:

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Jun 10, 2022
Boy Scouts of America with Eagle Scout Pete Eckenroth – EP102
1:10:07

“Being in the army is like being in the Boy Scouts, except that the Boy Scouts have adult supervision.”

This week local skater Pete Eckenroth joins for an episode about the good ol' B.S. of A. baby. From the structure of ranks, to getting stabbed, and fun (probably true) conspiracies, this episode packs in everything you'll need (but probably never need) to know about Boy Scouts.

Spoiler: You'll likely never be as cool as an Eagle Scout.

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May 25, 2022
My Favorite Podcast / An Articulate Review – EP101
44:55

“You can't explain, man, what's going on in your brain. You can't tell somebody what's happening, what's going on in your-” … “Why don't you just try?”

HOLY COW we did it. 100 episodes. In this episode we take a look back at the highs and lows over the past 2 years. Great episodes like Amid Livid Covid Frustrations (EP29) about a kid trying to graduate in a new pandemic-ridden world, or Standing Up Again (EP76) and the story with the hillbillies helping suction kerosene out your gas tank… and then all the not-so-Articulate episodes which shall not be named. Those episodes can die.

A comprehensive look back. Thank you all for the validation and attention over the past 100 episodes, and I hope you have a good next 100!

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May 09, 2022
The Villain Origin Story of Street Fight Radio with Brett Payne – EP100
44:44

“In times of great stress or adversity, it's always best to keep busy, to plow your anger and your energy into something positive.”

Happy 100 fam! This week, Brett Payne joins Articulate on this special occasion to discuss how he learned to plow… his own anger into something positive. Listen in to see how justified vandalism and threatening sorority members lead to this amazing Anarcho-Comedy podcast.

Street Fight Radio airs every Sunday at 10pm on WCRS FM in Columbus OH on 102.1 / 98.3 and is available on all major podcast streaming services.

Enjoy!



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Apr 28, 2022
British on a Technicality, with Felix Behr – EP99
32:39

“Anger is stupid, and stupidity will kill you more surely than your opponent's blade.”

Ladies and gentlemen, we got him. This week Felix Behr walks us through his upbringing, from Seminary to Dingleberry, and how his rebellious nature unfolds in his style, standup, and fencing.

Enjoy! Or don't… I really don't care one way or the other.

Music:

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Apr 11, 2022
Sentimentality Mode with Samantha Padgett – EP98
40:08

“Words make you think. Music makes you feel. A song makes you feel a thought.”

Neurotic tendencies to do the same thing over and over again sometimes pay off. This week Samantha Padgett walks us through her 3:1 Ableton ratio for creating the perfect loops. The inspiration for her music comes with a nostalgic and emotional tie to academic learning, soundscapes, and memories; a connection that hopefully we can all make.

Check out Sky Neighbor and SentimentalityMode and have a _____ week!

Music:

sentimentalitymode – noclip

Sky Neighbor – Delayed Immediate Gratification



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Mar 28, 2022
Odessa to Philly, Working Hard and Actin’ Silly with Kateryna Shevchuk – EP97
42:49

“The finest thing about a hobby is that you can't do any pretending about it. You either like it or you don't.”

All the way from the Miami of Ukraine, Kateryna Shevchuk joins this week to discuss the constant juggling act that is her life. An interest in American culture weaves through exploring nanotechnology, fashion, and creative endeavors to tie together this week's episode, touching on the motivation and energy it takes to keep moving forward.

Thanks for listening, enjoy your week, and let's get this bread fam.

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What You Want by LiQWYD & Luke Bergs | https://www.liqwydmusic.com
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Mar 21, 2022
Lucifer on the Sofa / Spoon on the Futon with Tyler Darling – EP96
55:57

“It doesn't matter what age you are, an effective song will move you.”

This week we're joined by podcast host Tyler Darling from “I Turn My Podcast On,” a podcast dedicated to the art and career of the band Spoon. Listen in to hear the podcast origin story, the trials and tribulations of being a Spoon fan, and a plethora of reasons to support that we're alive to witness one of the greatest rock bands of the 21st century.

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Feb 28, 2022
The Metaverse // Hot Takes with Ben Staab – EP95
48:55

“It has become quite appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.”

This week on Hot Ones, Ben Staab hops on to dish out some spicy hot takes regarding a passionate distaste for the metaverse. As technology progresses, more content is shoved in our faces, leaving less time for breathing room and thinking in the real world and more time for contemplating pointless decisions. As they take away our connections in reality, what will we really have moving forward? Will we still have what we consider to be life? Beauty? Definitely not sanity, especially after listening to this episode of Articulate, with Steve McJones.

Stay safe out there fam… but like not too safe. Enjoy!

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Feb 22, 2022
Get Covid Thrice, Then Talk To Me with Jackson Crutchfield – EP94
51:22

“I got the sense that Alabama is a place where people don't want handouts and don't much care for people talking out of the side of their mouth.”

This week on Articulate, Jackson Crutchfield joins for a lovely morning episode on the wondrous natural land of Alabama, how persistence pays off, and the blossoming societal norms we see developing in the world of stand up comedy today. Also- farts, breaking and entering, and Chinese babies. Enjoy!

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Feb 10, 2022
Comfortability, Creativity, and Karaoke with Logan Malin – EP93
41:26

“Money is good for nothing unless you know the value of it by experience.”

This week on Articulate, we're joined by the professional accountant Logan Malin as he guides us through his experiences with trivia night, living out of a car, and keeping obligations from becoming jobs. A good outlet always helps; but so do comedy and drugs, so it's really up to you to just pick your poison.

No tomar drogas y tengas una semana fantasica.

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Jan 24, 2022
Just Drop Out with Romy Rosner – EP92
1:03:10

“Just do it.”

This week we have roast master Romaine Rosner on to discuss what it takes to drop out of school to pursue a career in comedy; a lot of practice, lying to your parents, and regret. Tons of regret. But also- a clearly pure talent, skill, and a big ol' pair of courage.

Have a W, you deserve it.

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Jan 18, 2022
Nanotechnology, or (The Power of Lil Tiny Robot Hands) with Jamie Fitz – EP91
49:37

“The impact of nanotechnology is expected to exceed the impact that the electronics revolution has had on our lives.”

Ever think about the impact your decision have on the entire world system? Ever wonder if the same rules apply with atomic structure? This week Jamie Fitz joins Articulate to cover the world of nanotechnology- a wide array of engineering projects on the molecular world. Dissection, nuclear obliteration, virus protection, and Britta filters; all major components of this week's episode.

Happy new year, and godspeed.

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Jan 10, 2022
Ode to 2021 – EP90
10:50

“Maybe you don't have to push yourself forward. Maybe you just have to stop holding yourself back.”

A year in review. Cheers.

Music:

Weezer – Undone

Bastille – The Anchor

Sjowgren – Now & Then



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Jan 03, 2022
Wharf Rats, Cup Speakers, and- of course- Weezer with Pete Eckenroth – EP89
56:21

“If my soul's impeccable taste in music throws you off, then learn to tune me out.”

What's up skaters? This week Mr. Peter Eckenroth hops on the pod to discuss various music choices we all make daily. Where do our main influences come from? Why do Dads have such good taste? What's the best way to experience music, and why is it a phone speaker out of a plastic cup in the 8th grade? From Barry Manilow to A Day To Remember, all your burning music questions are answered in this week's episode of Articulate.

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Dec 18, 2021
Next in Line Comedy with Manny Brown and Tyler Wolf – EP88
1:10:23

“The chief enemy of creativity is good sense.”

This week, you're gonna have to let us nerd out real quick as we've got Manny Brown and Tyler Wolf here to talk about dirty underwear and all the stages of grief that follow. Stand-Up Comedy; sometimes an idea just comes to you, sometimes you gotta put the work in, and sometimes you just relate to people that don't trust their farts either.

Check out Next In Line Comedy, regular pop-up shows in Philadelphia, PA.

Make it a good week, because really what else have you got going on?

Music:

fireplace by Hoodie Cat

– https://soundcloud.com/ocaliha-beats/fireplace



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Dec 11, 2021
It’s All A Simulated DMT-Induced Lucid Dream with Brittany Anderson – EP87
51:07

“Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.”

Hello from a screen about 7-10 inches from your face, you ready for a reality check? Just in case you forgot, none of this is real and you can do whatever you want. There may be some stuff you deal with for a bit, but the simulation has to end eventually…

Check out Brandergram and NowRoasting, it's good stuff! Also have a good week maybe.

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Dec 04, 2021
How Dead Animals Helped Save the Longest Running Open Mic in Philadelphia with Drew Montana – EP86
51:15

“I wanna do it because it's fun. It's fun to do bad things. I want to do hoodrat stuff with my friends.”

Oh you want another comic on the podcast? Say less. This week Drew Montana joins to discuss his deertagging-past with yetis, flaming arrows, and how mailboxes are absolute garbage and deserve to be treated as such. We also get a glimpse into where his style comes from, the effort it takes to start and consistently do comedy (especially through a pandemic), and how cool talking pandas are.

Check out Durag and the Deertag podcast and check Drew out on local shows in Philly and NYC pretty much whenever.

And maybe have a good week too, possibly.

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Nov 18, 2021
Zen and the Art of Stand-Up Comedy with Akaash Shukla – EP85
37:23

“The world is too noisy and distracted to probably ultimately survive. Everyone needs to shut the f*ck up. The answers are in silence. Monks set themselves on fire to protest and to make this point. Just consider it.”

Akaash Shukla joins this week to discuss the wisdom we've gained from some of our philosophical mentors like Ram Dass, Garry Shandling, and the “inconceivable” guy from Princess Bride. We discuss how venturing into the self and submitting to the process has affected our comedic takes, and how they may play into society as a whole. Also go check out his podcast, “It's Just Another Excuse” and come see us at 2street on Tuesday nights.

Good luck, and let's all cross our fingers in hopes we can make it to next week.

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Nov 12, 2021
Hot Singles Near You with Alexa Rae and Jake Lipinsky – EP84
38:55

You're not really best friends with someone until you go emo with them… or at least get through a scene phase together.

Tune in this week with Alexa Rae and Jake Lipinski as they talk us through their warm, heartfelt childhood experience growing up in The Valley of Connecticut- a narrative filled with cigarettes, nuggets, and authoritarianism; all the beautiful things that make us the people we are today.

Check out their podcast! Mine's obviously way better, but definitely listen to theirs if you have time (after this one of course).

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Nov 04, 2021
Making Mistakes and Making Moves with Mbeta Sokolo – EP83
39:38

“The chances you take, the people you meet, the people you love, the faith you have. That's what's going to define you.”

This week we're joined by Mbeta Sokolo- aspiring screenwriter, standup comic, and future Pulitzer prize winner?? Mbeta walks us through the discoveries he's made along his journey through music, acting, and college to get on the path he is today; some lessons learned more difficult than others.

Keep an eye out on his team's upcoming productions and show some love!

And have a good week, for Pete's sake.

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Oct 28, 2021
Living Gingerly with Davey from the Navy – EP82
44:05

“When all you know is fight or flight, red flags and butterflies all feel the same.”

Congratulations Sailor! You made it to the new episode of Articulate! This week, one Mr. Davey Bo joins to discuss growing up in the depths of Philadelphia as red-headed young fella, his time spent cutting out squares on a boat for the United States, and why it's important to emphasize the funny in life.

Have a great week. Bet you won't, no balls.

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Oct 18, 2021
Bombing an Open Mic… (wait not like that though) with George Miller – EP81
34:23

“You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is: Never try.”

Ever wonder what it's like to know without a doubt that you're a garbage failure of a human being? Try doing stand up comedy, you're consistently reminded and it's amazing. George Miller comes on to discuss his background, how it led him to becoming a sweaty mess on stage, and in turn how bombing can make crushing that much more gratifying.

Have a good week. Or don't. You do you.

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Sep 27, 2021
Musical Mumbo Jumbo with Jaysen Rosario – EP80
31:16

“Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.”

In this episode we have musician and music teacher Jaysen Rosario on to talk about his passion, baseball. Lol jk he's here to talk about his background in consuming and being involved with as much music in his life as possible. He takes us through his first stages learning the basics, onto performing ensembles and writing arrangements, and yes- we even touch on what happened in band camp.

Enjoy!

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Sep 09, 2021
Why the Pressure to Improve? – EP79
35:32

“I… Here’s what I think. [audience laughing] Here’s what I… This is what I think. Here’s what I think.” – 2017

Having an existential crisis are we? Worried that life has no meaning? Pressuring yourself to keep changing, perhaps? Well, here's what I think.

“There was a young man who said though, it seems that I know that I know, but what I would like to see is the I that knows me when I know that I know that I know.”

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Aug 09, 2021
Freshmen in Comedy with Ev Johnson – EP78
41:59

New content! Getcha new content here!

This week, Everton Johnson hops on the pod with Steve to discuss his background in comedy and the metrics he uses for the beginnings of a career in the entertainment industry. Comedic origins, inspirations, structure, writing, all the things that smack you in the face when starting standup. Listen in for some advice/ideas for your own journey, or even just to get a glimpse of the industry.

You can find Ev (and I) at 2street's Open Mic every Tuesday, or literally most other open mics near Philly during the week. Reach out for any specific time and dates!

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Jul 12, 2021
It’s A Rainbow Flag For A Reason with Kevin Kelso – EP77
43:54

Happy Pride everybody! Tune in this week for Kevin Kelso and his spicy journey on the path of life. In this episode we cover his personal upbringing and how being “homo-flexible” has shaped him into the queen he is today. We also cover the intense world of sexuality in the gay community with some of the iconic and not-so-iconic characteristics that have grown with the changing ways of the modern world.

“Slay that's the boots realness tea the house down yes gOD!”



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Jun 24, 2021
Standing Up Again – EP76
24:05

Hey… look at us.

Are you excited to get let down by your favorite worst podcast again??? LFG!! Steve McJones back again to fill you in on the life you never cared to hear about; examples on how we can be smart but SO dumb, a fun story about 6 gallons of kerosene, and how we're defined not by the fall, but by our resilience. You're allowed to get knocked down just as long as you remember to Stand-Up again.

Excited to be back in your ears fam. Les get it.

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Jun 13, 2021
Finding Elegance In Routine – EP75
8:55

Hey guys here's a little essay I wrote up around my recent encounters with a normal routine and why it's important to find appreciation in it, even if you often find yourself bored or put off. Maybe it'll help provide some insight on how to work on your own situation, or maybe it'll just be really confusing. Either way, hope you enjoy!

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Apr 01, 2021
Mental Illnesses are Sick, Bro with Trevor Darmour – EP74
44:39

Trevor Darmour, (Party McFly [Trilly Ray Cyrus}), joins us this week to discuss how the conversation around mental illnesses have changed with the more recent generations to be more open and honest, which may or may not be the best thing we could be known for. While it says a lot about the progressive nature of people, it unfortunately doesn't change the way mental illnesses affect us. Each of us have our problems, whether that be anxiety, addiction, enjoying superhero network television shows, depression, literally anything that keeps you down. This episode attempts to tackle how these things can affect us, getting to that realization, and some possible solutions on working through them.

As always, stay safe goons and have a nice week. Or don't. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Mar 25, 2021
Consistency – The Pros and The Cons, with Christina Crawford – EP73
1:12:03

Happy St. Patrick's month! That's a thing, right?

This week we're joined by Ireland-born Christina Crawford to discuss her life, and how sometimes life just happens to you. It works well enough to hang on and watch the ride play out, but when things start to settle, you've still got to deal with yourself.

Have a good week everybody!

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Mar 13, 2021
Home, or (The Creative Arts) with Faliere Dieujuste – EP72
59:23

You'd be surprised at who you can connect with, especially if it's as random as the friendly business owner taking your fingerprints.

This week we're joined by Faliere Dieujuste, CEO/President of SNB Management Group to talk about the experience of transitioning homes on another level. He dives into his creative desires formed at youth, and the drive to get him through one of the toughest a person one can face.

And he's a goon.

Be sure to check out his youtube channel: SNB Productions at http://www.youtube.com/snbproduction

Thanks for listenin' fam, have a nice week.

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Mar 03, 2021
Learning and Motivation with YPQ Hyoshe – EP71
46:33

“Young Papi” Quincy Avery hops on the podcast this week as Articulate's first New Jersey guest. When we first met, it was in a very professional setting; yet somehow we found a way to connect immediately on creativity and motivation.

In this episode, I brush on some of the psychology behind motivation, which is (according to the APA) directly related to learning. We both expand on how it applies to us, and our experiences thus far. To us, it seems like a great way to level up and to truly ask yourself an important question:

“What's next?”

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Feb 23, 2021
You Got Jokes?? No, *I* Got r/Jokes – EP70
24:08

What's Gordon Ramsey's favorite subreddit?

It's f**king r/awww!!

Join this week for some classic retoasted jokes that you can tell to all your friends and family and claim them as your own.

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Feb 11, 2021
Weezer – OK Human Nerd-Out Session – EP69
47:50

“Write to please just one person. If you open a window and make love to the world, so to speak, your story will get pneumonia.” – Kurt Vonnegut

I figured since we can't listen together, this could be fun. I don't plan on growing *that* fast bruvva, but just remember to try and keep up and I'll stick with ya.

Obviously, I don't own any music in this episode. Check out OK Human, available on all streaming services now.



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Feb 04, 2021
I Spawned in New Jersey This Morning… – EP68
33:26

Sup, I heard a check-in episode was in order? Probably not but here we are. So I moved to New Jersey to start a life post-college and it's… kinda tight?? Tune in for some context, pattern recognition, to learn briefly about how *exciting* the mortgage industry is, and the creation of community.

Stay healthy fam.

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Jan 26, 2021
Gratitude – EP67
5:33

A quick five minute episode on a list of 20 things I'm grateful for, and that maybe you could be too.

 

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Jan 14, 2021
Donnie Darko Explanation, Review, and Connection with Lucas Stengl – EP66
47:54

Oh, I'm sorry- I didn't ask you how you felt about another Donnie Darko episode, did I?

Through this episode we discuss the inception of the movie and our growing attachment, the layers behind the art, and the wonderful, amazing music put to work on this film. Join us as we venture into the tangent universe of Middlesex High.

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Jan 08, 2021
Anxiety, Creativity, and Individualism with Stephen Barrett – EP65
1:08:43

hey. this is anxiety. I'm boutta f your s up. txt back soon or else >:(

 

Music:

Skepta Beat by Troo Hippi



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Dec 31, 2020
Blood, Sweat, and Slushies (recorded in a car) with James Rankin – EP64
1:01:53

Self-esteem issues can be major obstacles toward a life full of happiness and peace, and the team here at Articulate found the perfect goon with body dysmorphia to talk all about them. On an exciting road-trip adventure, James Rankin discusses his past with weight fluctuation, confidence issues, and feeling cute. Self-exploration is key to tackling your problems and keeping on, and there's no better place to start that journey than with a podcast episode!

Happy holidays friends! Remember to support local businesses and be nice, probably.

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Dec 18, 2020
The Busy Broadcasting Business with River Chalker – EP63
58:51

BREAKING NEWS: River Chalker, 20s, has committed podcasting in the 2nd degree. He is found guilty of discussing the fast-paced behind-the-scenes work of radio broadcasting, what it's like to be handed a radio show with little to no experience, covering the election, and why fake news isn't always fake news. He's going away for a long time.

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Dec 10, 2020
Interview for Thread Magazine with Hannah Pridemore – EP62
43:02

(Behind the Scenes Exclusive) Interview of an Interview. We dive in with Thread Magazine Editor-in-Chief Hannah Pridemore about her history and passion around journalism. Through the interview, we learn about the conception of Articulate, the ideas behind the conversations, and how it's been shaped and molded with the times.

Hannah came up with great questions and does an amazing job with her work at Thread. Make sure to explore their website at http://outhreadmag.com/ and see if you like what they do!

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Dec 03, 2020
Love & Sex, But Not Necessarily In That Order with Taylor Starke – EP61
1:05:33

Don't you hate when the apocalypses is upon us and you can't even find somebody to love? Queen knew what was up. Anyways, in this episode Taylor and Steve discuss the stages of love, emotional maturity in relationships, how it develops as we age, and boppin'. Also sex education, a fair amount of it's about sex education; there's quite a bit on there that I think some of you may benefit from hearing…

Enjoy the ‘sode, have a good week, and love your families however you deem necessary. Powers.

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Nov 26, 2020
The PUNK’d Podcast with Joey Becker – EP60
52:09

In this exciting new episode, we try a new format for the podcast portfolio; this is actually the first conversation recorded over the phone for Articulate as well! An interesting conversation starting with a Mind's Wide Open episode ensues to cover topics such as the creative process, the Sound Machine, and making decisions through the ups and downs of life. If you need a lil bit of an artistic taste in your mouth, this episode is for you. Also for everybody else experiencing life, of course. Enjoy!

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Nov 19, 2020
Booze, Boos, and Boo-Boos (Happy Fella Edition) with Evan Williams – EP59
59:45
In this episode, two happy brozos sit down to have a conversation about the weird state of feeling content. Reaching a place of peace seems like an unachievable challenge sometimes, and when the world keeps beatin' ya down its hard to be comfortable getting comfortable. From Maslow's hierarchy to expressing truth to shining your light, a broad range of hope is exposed in this week's uplifting conversation.

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Nov 12, 2020
(Trying to) Understand Computer Engineering with Zach Schmitz – EP58
49:58
There is a STRICT difference between Computer Science and Computer Engineering, and it's not just a word. Zach Schmitz is here to talk all about his degree and passion that involves technology you use everyday… EVEN THE WAY YOU'RE SEEING THIS NOW. This episode is proof that most of us know nothing (probably)- especially me- and shouldn't be afraid to ask the wrong questions. Zach wanted me to let you know that he meant transistor pins instead of base emitter and gate, if you choose to follow that storyline. Either way, learn about your phone, your brain, and AI a little bit in this week's episode, and live a happy present life. PLEASE.

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Nov 05, 2020
Donnie Darko – Script Reading- EP57
1:59:01
Love Donnie Darko? Wish you could listen to the movie on the go? Don't worry, your boy Steve's got you. Happy Halloween.

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Oct 29, 2020
A Spooky Special with Jude Koerner, Tony Robinson, and Zach Schmitz – EP56
57:58

What better to get ya into the Halloween season than a bunch of bozos sitting around talkin' scary? This week some fellas dive into the history of Halloween, the psychology of horror, and some top tier movies to watch to celebrate the October festivities. Celts? All Saints Day? Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark? Make-Out Reef? Real Experience with Ouija Boards? Freezing to Death? What more could you ask for?

Holidays mean more now than ever before. Celebrate when you can, have fun, live life, and buy into goofy holidays. Hope everybody's doing well. As you were, LG x

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Oct 21, 2020
Endurance, Family, and Faith (recorded in a bar) with Sue Kunz – EP55
35:22

This week the lovely Sue Kunz from Austin Texas sits down for a quick chat with Steve in our favorite bar, Bunch of Grapes Tavern. She discusses how life comes quick and you get lost, but there are ways to get through it. Keeping things light, she discusses her faith and dives into coping and development throughout maturing into later years. I wouldn't have it any other way.

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Oct 13, 2020
Double Negative (Skeleton Milkshake) – EP54
39:20

Going through the fall ch-ch-chippa-changes right in front of myself. This week Steve gathers his thoughts to express changes progressing through South Park, isolation, and the threat of adult juvy. I hope for some, Articulate can be some sort of constant. I hope you all are doing well, and please feel free to talk to me if you aren't. Cheers.

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Oct 05, 2020
Bartending with Evan Williams with Evan Patterson – EP53
1:02:04

Recorded pre ornamental mask era, check out this week's lost episode with previous guest Evan Patterson. Listen how he navigates a nursing major along with a high class bartending job and the cougars that come with both. Steve and Evan discuss their plans, passions, pains, and demon slayin'. A more lighthearted and relaxed conversation throwing back to the good ol' roots of Articulate.

Music:

Indie/Rock Instrumental by Hyde – Free Instrumentals | https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic
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Sep 27, 2020
Ornery Vets with Thom Stevenson, Mercedes George, and Joel Laufman – EP52
38:39

Healthy food, community support, and stubborn characters… if only there was a place for all these things in one; wait a minute! Ornery Vets Cafe is a new local business in Athens, Ohio here to support other companies in the area and give people of every background a place to relax and enjoy a great space. My previous professor, Thom Stevenson, is one of the powerhouses behind the project and the reason this episode came to be. Listen to his take on teaching in the virtual era and how Mercedes and Joel all handle these stranging, changing times.

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Sep 20, 2020
Where Do I Park My Tractor? (Small Town City Boy) with Tom Zook – EP51
59:04

This week's novelty episode was shot in Malibu, CA to explore the mind of architect Tom Zook. Tom was raised in Athens, Ohio, adding a slice of humble pie to his personality as he made moves throughout the world, from NY to FL to SF to India. He provides insight on the journey of life (especially as an architect) and discusses the state that we're headed in as a human race and how empathy plays a role in it all. A real energetic and genuine guy that I'm lucky to have met, you'll love him.

Music:

Simple Ballad by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com
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Sep 14, 2020
Original Content by an Original Gangster – Some Fun Stories for EP50
22:42

Happy 50th me! What else can I do that's actually different? How about some short stories? Why Not?

  1. “Old Dog” – A short, serious but light-hearted poem to lube ya into the stories.
  2. “The Warehouse” – following a unique warehouse worker's intense experience.
  3. “He Doesn't Want IT” – A young book lover gets trapped in internet stardom, it gets super weird.

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Diamonds by yoitrax | https://soundcloud.com/yoitrax
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Sep 05, 2020
Army Sh*t Str8 Up with Connor Pinkerton – EP49
48:18

I know you can't Kuwait to listen to this episode, just as Connor Pinkerton couldn't wait to come back to America after his shift at the Army Store. He's a scout, and “he who rides a tiger cannot dismount.” CP helps us understand how the Army ranks work, talks about how military has changed since WWII (including how Hitler was a guy, probably), and how it continues to change for those that want to wait on our country. Or, serve the country rather.

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Aug 29, 2020
Hashley’s Cookies with Ashley Cook – EP48
53:11

THIS WEEK – Ashley Cook allows us to step inside her life as she articulates her experience with a familiar taboo: the weed. Cannabis is a clever little plant that has greatly medicinal side effects and it just so happens that it's super fun as well. Listen as her story progresses from a super closed-minded ideology about the reefer to a business plan for your new poppin' bakery, Hashley's Cookies.

Music:

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Aug 23, 2020
Porch Time with Lawson Martin, Sonam Sherpa, and Lucas Stengl – EP47
54:18

Tune in this week for an unprecedented episode of Articulate: a conversation with four whole people at once. Recorded late night on a balcony (a solid porch substitute), Sonam – raised in Napal, moved to Boston, and now working in Ohio as a professional baller – presents his world view on how we, as pioneers of a new technological era, deserve to reap the benefits of progress. Lawson – raised in Kentucky, big beer guy, and the Watermelon to my Sugar – actually solves all political issues on air. From torture, to universal income, to money hoarding, and back to torture, this episode is a wild ride. Enjoy.

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Aug 07, 2020
International Empathy with Bailey Ardrey – EP46
42:35

Little known fact: Places exist outside of the U.S. Isn't that wild? Listen in this week with Bailey Ardrey as he walks us through his internship experience and travel throughout Asia. Apparently, other people have feelings and are nice? Weird, I know. The power of empathy can be used to change the world. Step outside of the country for a bit and take a breath of fresh air. Enjoy!

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Jul 31, 2020
AWIENS. with Laura McCauley – EP45
36:31

Hello all, tune in this week to hear about your local phenomena encounters with the third kind. Laura McCauley presents the topic of aliens from an open-minded perspective, as opposed to wild accusations and crazy stories that seem a bit out of reach. The idea of aliens in our culture might reflect more about us as individuals and a society than just an explanation for some crazy universe that we live in/have no control over.

May Aliens save us all.

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Jul 24, 2020
Impalpable Impartial Improv with Brennan Pinkerton – EP44
37:41

In life, you've got to make decisions on a whim inspired by a wisp of wind, and that's what Improvisational Theater is all about. Listen in this week as cheeked up King Brennan Pinkerton discusses his experience on the Black Sheep Improv team at Ohio University and what really goes into making random sh*t up. Lots of laughs and tears are shared and a good time is had by all. Enjoy.

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Jul 17, 2020
Philosophy in Stand-Up Comedy with Maddie Smith – EP43
1:01:56

Come, please, do listen in for this week's episode with Missus Smith. Steve and Maddie have an… unusual chemistry that makes for some goofy times discussing stand-up comedy; the history, the names, the art. All the good stuff. From Bob Hope, to Richard Pryor, to Dave Chapelle (of course)- and all the perverts in between- check this episode out for some insight on the breakdown of comedy through history and personal experience.

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Jul 10, 2020
Pimpin’ and The Dave Chappelle Complex Pt. 1 with Joey Becker – EP42
49:38

Happy Fourth! What better topic to discuss and relate to America than the connection between prostitution and capitalism?? Join this week with Joey Becker, recent Wright State Graduate, cinefile, and host of the podcast “Minds Wide Open” as we discuss the underbelly of society and the reflection of human nature through the classes. Oh, and how Dave Chappelle can be related to each of these topics, and just about everything.

Check out Minds Wide Open on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and anchor.com.

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Jul 04, 2020
AesthEthics with Logan Marshall – EP41
1:15:24

Are you interested in political propaganda? Do you question whether you're actually a piece of trash most days? Are you a piece of trash? Listen in this week with one of our classics, Logan Marshall, as we dive deep into the relationship between Art and Morality. Topics covered include the dilemma of the Third Reich, how statues and memorials are controversial, and how much trust we should actually put in true genius. And much, much more. Debatably too much more, but it's all good stuff so whatever- enjoy.

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Jun 27, 2020
I Feel… Better? // DEAL WIV IT – EP40
41:25

Feelin' good, like I should… Went a took a walk around the neighborhood

The last few months have been… interesting. I'd like to call them ‘the worst' but hey, we're still here. Just take what you can learn and keep moving forward. Oh but what about corona? What about how tired I feel? But but but… DEAL WIV IT

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Jun 20, 2020
The Vision of Documentaries with Joanna Allen – EP39
42:36

But have you seen this documentary??? IT'LL CHANGE UR LYFE.

Join us this week as University of Cincinnati CCM major Joey Allen dives into the rudimentary of documentary. Topics on the subject include style, the creativity involved, and the business aspect of the newly growing genre of non-fiction research based entertainment. This one's for all you non-readers out there.

Music:

Picky Eater by Joanna and Josh Allen



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Jun 13, 2020
Helpin’ the Homeless with Olivia Meade – EP38
50:58

Are y'all fired up about injustice in this country? Good, you should be. I think we all want to do our part in turning society toward a brighter future, and Olivia Meade's here to help us out and give advice on her experience with volunteering. She gives a knowledgeable history on the Cincinnati area and how it's been/is being gentrified over the years, including things like the Kenyon-Barr project. Listen up and maybe you'll become even *more* inspired.

Links:

Affordable Housing Trust Fund Campaign 2021:
Cincinnati Black Owned Businesses:
Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition:
St. Francis Seraph Ministries:
Maslow’s Army:
About the Kenyan-Barr Project:
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Jun 06, 2020
Green and Green with Stephen Barrett // R.I.P George Floyd – EP37
53:49

God I love talking to this man, our conversations get derailed like no other. Enjoy this week's episode on how global warming will affect our futures and how the legalization of marijuana could save the economy… (green and green).

Also, black lives matter. The last 15 minutes are dedicated to discussing the racial injustice happening in our country. “Now is the time to plot, plan, strategize, organize, and mobilize.” – Killer Mike

 

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May 30, 2020
The Robotic Revolution with Chris Beckman – EP36
35:28

Would you dine at a restaurant run solely by robots? Would you upload your consciousness to a computer? Will these questions still be considered strange in 20 years? Dive into the future of technology this week with robotics technician Chris Beckman and learn about the changes we're seeing today and how they could affect our way of life in the near future.

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May 23, 2020
The Midnight Gospel’s Preaching Service – EP35
24:53

What's Up? The Sky? Only from where you're located. Anyways this week Steve discuss's Duncan Trussell and Pendleton Ward's The Midnight Gospel. An introspective series about the philosophical debates of humankind that has been referred to as the Anti-Rick and Morty. How does this show about creativity and spiritualism affect our society? Hopefully for the best. Dive into it this week with Steve. Or don't.

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May 16, 2020
Dissecting Dreamin’ with Denning – EP34
1:12:18

This week Steve McJones has actually done some research on the psychology of sleep and dreams. You like sleep? Check it out. Interested in what you're brain does while you're conched? Listen up. Find out all about dreamscapes, dream symbolism, sleep paralysis, and lucid dreaming in this week's episode with Jake Denning.

Music:

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May 09, 2020
Beachen’ with Steven’ – EP33
12:48
This week I think we could all use some relaxation time. Let's take a beach day together. You've got time, probably.

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Apr 25, 2020
The Life and History of Thompson S. Hunter with Lucas Stengl – EP32
1:14:19

Interview in a mini van down by the river! This week Steve and Lucas dive into the interesting and drug-fueled life of Hunter S. Thomspson, a revolutionary journalist who thrived on the brink of oblivion. Enjoy an extremely fun and knowledge filled episode this week and enjoy everything else I guess.

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Apr 18, 2020
Those Darn E.R. Nurses with Kaleb Edwards – EP31
21:56

This week, Kaleb Edwards give some pretty interesting insight on the world of Nursing during this strange period.

Vote NO on your local COVID-19.

Music:

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Apr 10, 2020
A Genuine (Almost) Politician with Marcus Carnes – EP30
41:39

This week Marcus Carnes joins the pod to discuss education, politics, and the fun financial crisis we're currently experiencing. His experience growing up in Cincinnati and aspiration to be a politician has led him to some interesting ideas for the education system. If he ever picks up his pursuit again, you can hear his origin story here!

Don't forget to wish him a happy birthday!

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Apr 03, 2020
Amid Livid Covid Frustrations – EP29
33:41

Isolation from COVID-19 scare has affected just about everyone at this point. Listen to a frustrated stir-crazy graduating college kid copes with the fact that he's starting life with a flat tire.

Stay Home, Stay Safe, and Stay Sassy

Music:

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Mar 27, 2020
Booze, Boos, and Boo-Boos with Evan Williams – EP28
1:00:35

Thoroughly skipping past the topic of COVID-19, this week Steve McJones is joined by an extremely articulate professional Evan Williams currently on track for a Bachelor in Science Nursing. After some fun lighted-hearted conversation on boose and boos, Evan gets down to the knitty gritty of how drugs affect the body and how they impact the brains and souls of society.

Music:

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Mar 20, 2020
A Wedding Toast for Leonardo DiCaprio and Da Vinci – EP27
2:03

A wonderful speech to commemorate the bonding of two beautiful souls. Written for a high school public speaking class.

I promise I'll have a real episode next week. Happy corona virus and everyone stay clean and safe from spring break.



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Mar 13, 2020
King Fo-Fo and Queen Yo Whaddup vs. The Evil Rainbow Man – EP26
22:32
A story better than any Infinity War. Steve McJones proves he has had Marvel-tier writing capabilities since second grade.

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Mar 06, 2020
The Kaitlin Bennett Paradox with Mackenzie Kane – know what’s funnier than 24? EP25
44:06

Last week, Kent State's very own “Gun Girl” Kaitlin Bennett was at Ohio University. The events that followed are discussed here with Steve's old friend Mackenzie Kane. Listen for a different perspective from real OU students on the situation, and of course some good ole messin' around on this weeks episode of Articulate.

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Feb 28, 2020
The Sh*t Sandwich Metaphor / Things That Hit Different Now – EP24
40:39

Steve McJones decides it'd be a good idea to assess his own life and look at how he's leveling up in life. Processing change is weird. From money problems to baby problems, things change. ITS A FREAKING VR GAME. Anyways…

Music:

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Feb 21, 2020
Flat Earthism Can’t Be Real (Mother Nature’s Too Thicc) with Mikey Vasilatos – EP23
51:05

This week our very own Mikey Vasilatos came prepared with some research on the Flat-Earth Theory. Starting from Ancient Greece, find out how we got to this unfortunate period in time that harvests real flat-earthers.

Music:

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Feb 14, 2020
The Boy and The Wireless Headphones – EP22
13:45

This week's podcast includes two stories of mental hardship and the loss of a close ally.

A rather serious episode as a break from the usual and a representation of Steve's mental state in the present.



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Feb 07, 2020
MOVIE REVIEW: Whiplash – EP21
29:17

That's right, we're 20 episodes in, so why not randomly throw in a movie review? This weed, Steve gets very excited and jumbled trying to describe a movie that's considered to be One of the Greats. Listen to his passion for the movie and get excited about it yourself too!

Music:

I do NOT own the music in this podcast. The Whiplash score is composed by Justin Hurwitzz and Hank Levy. All original pieces belong to their respective owners.



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Jan 31, 2020
Hot Takes and Gettin’ Deep with Jude Koerner – EP20
1:04:14

Steve McJones has his good friend fella sir Jude Koerner. While having a reprehensible last name, Jude has a unique mind that travels into the world of morals as often as it can. He often thinks of morality in terms of politics, religion, race, sexuality, and nutrition. The two have an interesting chemistry in this week's episode of Articulate.

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Jan 26, 2020
The Other Side with Patrick Bolger – EP19
39:39

Join Steve McJones (Borlan) this week to eat some breads and some soups with his very own brother- Patrick Bolger. Patch is a hotel guru with multiple years of experience in the business and in being a goon. In this episode, the two navigate through topics like personal growth, life as an adult, and the ups and downs.

ALLIGATOR!!!

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Jan 16, 2020
Steve’s Juvy Story – A Drunk History – EP18
43:59

If anybody was ever really waiting, fear no longer. The Juvy Story is here. Listen this week as a sad loser nerd gets drunk by himself to talk about the one time he went to a Juvenile Detention Center for three weeks because of a tweet or two.

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Jan 10, 2020
A Dog Among Men (Including Exclusive DVD CommENTary) with Lucas Stengl – EP17
51:37

An original interview that got lost in the weeds is now available and understandable to all! Lucas Stengl (Book Connoisseur, Woo Student, Turkey) comes to the studio of Articulate to help break down an interesting conversation on the lives of all different types of dogs, including the human-dog hybrid. Light up and get lit up by this ENTertaining episode of Articulate with Steve McJones.

Other Titles Considered:

“The Alpha (Dog) and the Omega” – “Of Dogs and Men (with Exclusive DVD Commentary)” – “God's Doggone Gone! Goggone It! (with Exclusive DVD Communism)”

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Jan 02, 2020
The Mob; Coming to a State Near You! with Adam Ott – EP16
36:06

Considered naming this episode Rock Mobster after our guest today, Adam Ott. Because he likes rock music… and is related to the mob in a way but not really… anyways, doesn't matter. Adam tells us about his uncle Big Dan T. and his run ins and outs with the mob.

Remember guys, there's always a light…

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Dec 20, 2019
Music and Emotional Attachment – EP15
38:41

As the year winds down, people are reminded to take a look back before reaching this new checkpoint. In a “SNAPS” reminiscent-type episode, Steve McJones dives into music from a nostalgic and growth lens to talk about how important music and art can be in a person's life.

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Dec 14, 2019
About the Fashion Industry; with a Fashionable Fella- Stephen Barrett – EPwhat like 13?
45:39

The man, the myth, the bozo; Stephen Barrett- back for another episode on style and fashion. This time however, he ventures into the world of the fashion and the process of breaking into it. From finding internships to not smoking anymore, this episode cover many ins and outs of designing clothing.

Creamy Studios is having their next clothing drop on Dec. 12th, be sure to check em out!

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Dec 07, 2019
Movies or (The Unexpected Virtue of Paying Attention) with Logan Marshall – EP12
1:15:30

Ever watched a movie before? Then you gotta listen to this very special episode of Articulate. Logan Marshall has such an intelligent mind and keeps any listener on their toes. This year he'll be graduating from the Honors Film Program at Ohio University, so yeah; he's a pretty big deal. In this episode we explore modern masterpieces like Lighthouse, Birdman, and That Video Of A Guy Hitting A Moose With His Car.

Seriously, one of my favorite people. It's a long episode but it's a good conversation. A beautiful man, all around.

Thanks for listening!

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Nov 22, 2019
Soundcloud Rapping and Getting HYPE with yong3k – EP11
27:17

Ya boi SteveyMcJ dives into a topic he has entirely no idea about, and it shows. Chase Hamilton a.k.a yong3k is an aspiring artist who guides Steve through his experiences in the hip hop world.

Music:

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Nov 15, 2019
A Quick Meditation Exercise – EP10
7:32

Feeling stressed, overworked, and just all around tired? Take a moment to relax with your newly British host, Steve McJones; and watch all your problems begin to drift easily away.

Happy 10th (episode) Anniversary!



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Nov 08, 2019
Meditation and Breaking the Routine – EP09
27:10

This week Steve articulates his experiences in “the rut” and how meditation can be a super power against the negative spiral. Of course, he never misses a chance to talk about Weezer and figures out a way to relate them to sobriety and relaxation. And in case you forgot, he loves you all.

Take a break guys, you just might need it.

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Nov 08, 2019
Conspiracy Theories, The Generational Divide, and Wildcards with Andy Beckman – EP08
33:15

A Happy HallOUween surprise- an episode relating to aliens, the government, and the destruction of our planet with a close guest Andy Beckman. As a man who can sit on a couch for hours on end watching conspiracy documentaries and YouTube rabbit holes, Andy's got some interesting theories on where the universe is leading us; some of which are hard to argue with. Join us on an “unacknowledged” adventure…

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Oct 31, 2019
Wine, EL AYE, and Doing the Adult with Johanna Kearns – EP07
41:04

This week's guest is very special. Johanna Kearns is the original artist of the Articulate cover and don't you forget it! Her credits include her whole portfolio, so yeah. She's pretty important.

Join Steve and Jo tackling NY vs. LA, smoking bubbles, and graduating college.

Music:

Stoned by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com
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Oct 25, 2019
Financial Economics, Music, and Rule 34 with Mikey Vasilatos – EP06
30:04

Join us today with Mikey Vasilatos who's credentials include The OHIO Student Equity management group and a playlist on Spotify called “You Have the Plague.” We dive into financial growth, dumb high school drama, and the classic debate: Starfire vs. Raven.

Music:

Feel Good by Broke For Free | https://soundcloud.com/broke-for-free
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Oct 18, 2019
Overcoming Ailments with Dr. W.H. Istle (SKIT) – EP05
11:01

Join Steve McJones in tackling the unique mind of a certified medical doctor. Pushing through his disability, Dr. Istle has come a long way to discuss his influence in the world and how positivity can change your life.

This was extremely fun to record, in case you were wondering.

Music:

My Dreams by Serge Narcissoff | https://soundcloud.com/sergenarcissoff
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Oct 11, 2019
Identity, Fashion, and Nudists with Stephen Barrett – EP04
36:55

On this episode of ARTICULATE, brand-runner, fashion-designer, creative mind Stephen Barrett sits down for a steve sesh with Smoke McJones to discuss Identity and how fashion and style affect who you are. Listen as they discuss fitting into society and how nudists are the future.

Music:

Alternative Rock Instrumental by lukenield | https://soundcloud.com/lukenield
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Oct 04, 2019
Life, But Mostly Death with Austin Campbell – EP02
39:32

In case there aren't enough constant reminders, Steve McJones presents an episode on the topic of the inevitable. Luckily, there are professionals in this world on the topic of almost dying; take West Virginian, musically inclined, military mad-man Austin Campbell for example, here to help articulate his experiences with life and death for us.

He toured Europe with the Sound of America Band in 2010, played for six years in a military band, jammed with an America's Got Talent winner, and is for some reason with us to talk about the art of dying.

“I'm one saxy mother f**ker.”

-he actually said this.

Steve also gives his two cents on death at the end, so that's something. Hope you all enjoy.

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Sep 20, 2019
My Vision – EP01
21:00

Today's the day, the sun is shining, the tank is clean-

THE FIRST FULL ARTICULATE EPISODE IS OUT.

In this very first episode, Steve McJones uses crappy equipment to explain what his intentions in this world are, no matter how naive. Still pretty new and finding his voice, he's a bit slow to start. But if you bear with the episode, he covers a few of his influences and what he wants to do, getting kind of heated here and there.

Please subscribe, rate, and leave reviews if you feel the urge. But only if you wanna.

Yeah I used the same music for this episode as the intro, what're you going to do about it?

Stoned by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com
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Sep 12, 2019
AN ARTICULATE INTRODUCTION EP00
3:05

In this introduction episode, you'll get a sense of how pretentious and stupid Steve McJones really is. A small snippet introducing the theme of this podcast and a show of how dope the content will be but also how terrible the recording quality is.

I hope you're as excited as I am.

Thanks to Johanna Kearns for the amazing artwork, and Joanna Allen for editing help.

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Sep 10, 2019