After the mid season break, and J-Man getting his thoughts together. It’s time for a new week of content, podcasts, videos, gameplays and more. J’s going to run down what is in store to finish the year strong.
This week J-Man returns to the mic to discuss 2020 so far. From Quarantine to protests, to fighting racial inequality, and calling out opportunists on their lies. He will also speak about how the social media landscape will try to censor discussions, while trying to profit off of your platform and how human communication needs to return to form.
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This week J discusses a bit about the latest foolishness of Incompetence Inc, and takes a deep look into Modern Society’s Social Interaction problems, and wonders how we can recover from this bumpy ride. A thought provoking episode more so than a comical one but still very fun.
J’s back on the mic, and he’s discussing The GOP Insanity from Healthcare, Peak Racism, and Idiocracy in an impromptu J360 Soapbox. Next, he goes back to do some commentary on the movie industry’s latest cash cow: Shared Universes and explains why things are good in the short term but we’ll need something different in the long term. Does it appear like everybody is doing a Shared Universe now instead of just creating enjoyable films, is it helping or hurting the industry more than reboots and remakes?
Join in with J as he attempts to get to the bottom of this.
This week J looks into the recent “pivot/calmer” tone of the 45th retrograde and speaks about why he’s not buying it or anything from the political climate right now. He also touches base on the 21 announced films of the DCEU, the craziness regarding the Oscars, and speaks about the mainstream movie market and why it isn’t taking risks. While J attempts to get through the latest smog of lying, he gives his comical insight along with providing an optimistic view about how other aspiring artists can make it by writing for the media.
Production Notes: His Military surplus plan is for actually 54 Billion, so I apologize for accidently saying 84 Billion but it’s still something we don’t need.
Finally reaching Episode 10, J decides to focus on the filmmaking aspect to address the vague criteria of “Bad” and “Good” movies. He attempts to discuss Batman v Superman in terms of redemption, shed light on some guilty pleasure movies he enjoys, and advises you on why your own judgment is better than a review site.
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