Episode 54: The Wise Sage
I really feel like I missed out on a Studio 54 reference for the title of this episode. You’d think I could read my own mind (love). I don’t do much talking on this episode, mostly because my shower head is, like, exploding into my wall. It’s pretty damn annoying.
Anyway, The Wise Sage is a continuation of Wednesday’s topic of children. Nate Solomon’s appearance on the last episode was actually a snippet of a much longer recording. You’ll be hearing some of that same material again, but in a much longer and expanded format. I thought that Nate made some points that listeners may be interesting in hearing. And to be perfectly honest, it gave me a break from having to come up with an idea for the show. I was able to experiment with different production aspects of this show. There’s a new song to introduce Nate (and will probably be the song to introduce him going forward). In fact, music plays throughout this entire episode. I know some of my friends tend to stray away from podcasts because they don’t like to hear people talk for long periods of time, at least without any music in the background. So, I hit up the incredibly awesome Free Music Archive and got some dope tracks to play throughout the show.
I hope everyone enjoys the musings of The Wise Sage, Nathan Solomon. I hope you guys enjoy the music being played. It’s mostly hip-hop instrumentals from an artist named Ryan Little, by the way. If you don’t like music being played continuously through the show, just let me know and I’ll scrap it.
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