Tag: life

There are two things people want more than money

“There are two things people want more than money. Recognition and praise.” -Mary Kay Ash. As often stated, said, observed and felt, money alone is a factor that has taken many lives, ruined far too many relationships, led to preposterous decisions and well, instigated the discovery of the rarest talent. The lack of this one factor leads us into the destructive phase of depression and henceforth, suicide. It doesn’t even take the help of too much exaggeration to say that we unconsciously worship money. That is to say that we think about it day and night, we believe our

Paper Planes – 01×10

Wall Street Wants to Kill the Agency Protecting Americans From Financial Scams, The FCC just repealed a 42-year-old rule blocking broadcast media mergers, Kim Dotcom to build alternative web, Homeland Security Department terminates temporary residency program for almost 60,000 Haitians. Hosted by Antwand Howard and Francisco Pierre-Louis [powerpress] Timestamps: (0:48) Wall Street Wants to Kill the Agency Protecting Americans From Financial Scams (5:30) The FCC just repealed a 42-year-old rule blocking broadcast media mergers (09:57) Kim Dotcom to build alternative web (10:40) Homeland Security Department terminates temporary residency program for almost 60,000 Haitians Articles used in the episode:  Wall

Well that bites! – 01×08

Drug companies swindle by making you buy more medicine, Texas shooter was a militant atheist and we have a discussion on preventing more of these situations from happening. US government approves “killer” mosquitoes to fight diseased ones and we’ll talk about the pros and cons of this idea. Hosted by Antwand Howard, Francisco Pierre-Louis, Slade Winston and Fatina Shahzad [powerpress] Timestamps: (0:50) How drug companies make you buy more medicine than you need (12:26) Texas church shooter was a militant atheist (24:00) US government approves ‘killer’ mosquitoes to fight disease Articles used in this episode: How drug companies make

Media and Diversionary Tactics: Brainfood Exclusive – 01×06

We will be diving a bit deeper in how the media uses ways to distract people on a regular basis. Important topics that we’ll talk about is Flint, Michigan and how they still don’t have clean water, as well as how there’s not enough substance in media but a lot of filler instead. Hosted by Francisco Pierre-Louis and Antwand Howard [powerpress] Image credit: System by geralt and Cranium by GDJ under a CC0 Creative Commons License. Follow the show on: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Steemit Listen to the show: iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play and Tunein Become a patron here. By supporting the podcast you get special access that you won’t get anywhere else. Send

Las Vegas Shooting: Brainfood Exclusive – 01×04

A mass shooting occurred in Vegas, but on this episode, we will be talking about the massacre from a different lens. This is our brainfood segment where we take serious issues that affect people on a regular basis and provide deep insight through commentary. A few things we cover in this episode is gun reform, terrorism, mental illness and societal issues. Hosted by Francisco Pierre-Louis and Slade Winston [powerpress] Las Vegas Victim Fund: https://www.gofundme.com/dr2ks2-las-vegas-victims-fund Follow the show on: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Steemit Listen to the show: iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play and Tunein Become a patron here. By supporting the podcast you get special access that you won’t get anywhere else.

Fear: The crusification of dreams

Fear; often defined as a distressing emotion aroused by an impending danger has become the most common and basic fact in the world of the living. According to a survey conducted by Casino.org on 1000 Americans, men and women, respond differently to their individual fears. Men are more likely to change their behavior in response to fear than women. The results of the report say that the fear of developing cancer is the highest amongst men and women alike, followed by the fear of a car accident and of developing a heart disease. Here is what the report says about