This solo series showcases the wit and struggle of a local everyman trying to make it in a society gone mad. Catching society’s schemes and thinking with deep dreams, J will present it all in a 30-45 minute format by using every comical tact he has with a hint of common sense.
This week on The J-Man Show, J returns it all back to normal discusses a few tidbits on Jeff Bezos’s 5 minute space journey, the importance of studying critical race theory, how modern wokeness is destroying itself with good reason, and his thoughts on Space Jam: A New Legacy and the Kevin Smith He-Man thing.
It’s the end of Jammaversary, J’s closing out the event with a top 20 secret playlist filled with a mix of Jam Fam Veterans and New Recruits. It should make for a happening episode for the J360 Legion!
If you want to know who made the cut, stay tuned and sit back listening to some good vibes, memories, and hopes for the future.
Tonight J-Man is doing another Jams History episode, and on the late night sphere manages to mix a bit of Light Synthwave and Dark Synthwave for an epic playlist. He’ll even throw in some stories of how this episode went through a bit of twists and turns before reaching its final form.
From J.M.Brady: I’m so honored that during this Jammaversery I had the pleasure of hanging out with S. Anthony Thomas on his show to discuss how things have been lately since my last appearance. It always feels cool to talk with the legendary S-Man when I got some down time.
What you will find in this episode is nothing short of greatness with an awesome conversation between two friends, and I gotta make sure to set up a Hangouts Episode with him too.
S.Anthony Thomas Show#93: Synopsis
In this episode: S. Anthony talks with podcaster/filmmaker J.M. Brady about independent music (He hosts a popular show where he showcases indie artists), the perils of social media and meeting listeners in real life.
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J-Man takes you on another trip through Urban Legends stories and discuss some of them whether they’re plausible or not. Some of these stories are brutal, others humorous and of course you’ll have a great time.
You all screamed for it, and now you’re getting it J-Man is discussing some more urban legends or scary stories for tonight. He will be using the book “Urban Legends” by James Proud as a basis and he’ll discuss some other stories that could be real or false depending on how plasuble or ironic it is.
This week J discusses taking a walk around through society, and seeing some asinine behavior along with falling into a deep rabbit hole through strange tube, incels, and lots of crazier stupid things showing that we’re not far from back to being abnormal.
This week J goes back to the WB’s successful Monsterverse and discusses his thoughts on Godzilla vs Kong from the films strengths, the reason we went to see it, and some disappointments. He will also take the time to call out some b/s publications written about the Monsters and then he’ll talk about his overall rating of the film.
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