hit the picture of bruce lee throwing a high kick to the good doctors face to watch the video Continue reading Striking Thoughts w/ Dr. Melissa Christopherson (The Practical Dreamer)
Sam Rathvon is a man of many talents. He has his own woodworking shop, a coup full of chickens, and an eye for all things artistry. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Sam Rathvon (Artistry, Bi-Polar, and Zen) Ep. 6
Falkor stood next to the surging waves, his hind-leg pitched to preserve his massive length. Continue reading A Boy and his Dog
For real. Dude totally pwned me and nothin will ever be the same Continue reading Just your everyday Zen Master teaching the teacher to shut tf up
Video Essay from “Whats it All About” (Inside the Minds Eye Ep.1) Continue reading Heroin, States of Psychosis, and Falling in Love
This week, Stephen Jensen joins us for a conversation about the trials of life. Realizing where we are, accepting it, and dreaming a way forward. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Stephen Jensen Ep. 5
Inside the Minds Eye w/ Stephen Jensen (MMA on Point) dropping this Sunday! Continue reading Hey! My names Adam and sometimes i get sad. Wanna wrestle?
What does it feel like when your life is arranged for action and theres nowhere to go?
Ross Turner joins me for a conversation all about corona, comedy, creativity, stand-up, sponsorship (he was mine), and love. And not just any love, but that romantic falling in love “how did this happen to me and i better not frick it up” type love. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Ross Turner Ep. 4
We watch the 2020 Nicholas Cage science fiction fiasco “Color out of Space” and it was terrible with a capital T.
With a side of “why did this happen to me?”
with an extra dose of “did you know Super Mario 64 is coming out on Switch?” Continue reading Movie Show “Color out of Space” Ep. 7
7 years sober today & that means it’s story time! Let’s see if I can’t get it in 3 sentences:
Every morning I’d wake up and shoot heroin.
One day, I was withdrawing so bad that I wanted to end my life.
I went to my roomate’s room, took out his rifle, and a thought popped into my head: Continue reading Lucky Number Slevin