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Berlin, 1921. Democracy teeters. Zealots battle in the streets as the Bechsteins, Europe’s famed piano makers, host an elegant soiree. A surprise guest arrives – a combat veteran – unknown and seemingly unremarkable. He unveils powers of seduction, manipulation and demagogy that will soon change the course of history. That this soiree occurred is in the historical record. History does not, however, tell us what happened that night. The stage is set for MARCH. MARCH, an audio drama, is the in ...
 
100 years ago there was a man named John. Or was it 80 years ago? Or was it today? Even John’s not sure. All he really knows is that while so many things change, there are also so many things that stay the same. Traveling through the web of time with his old friend Ed in their ever changing barber shop, John makes a point to always grab the local newspaper. The time capsules that let him and Ed know exactly where, and more importantly, WHEN they are. No matter what part of time they land in, ...
 
Welcome to the first podcast! After over 8 hours of sitting together during an Indiana Jones movie Marathon. Much like our movie idol, our path to creating our first podcast was filled with danger, romance and a hatred of Germany. So, sit back and listen to two average guys fumble their way through the soft virgin walls of audio technology and breakdown their brief history and dissect the rise and fall of one of America’s greatest action icons.
 
Welcome to The Village! On the edge of The Black Forest, somewhere between Russia and Poland (and occasionally Germany) is a small community. Eighty or so houses, more chickens than people. Think Mayberry or Lake Woebegon, except Jewish. You'll meet the men, women and children who live and work here. You'll laugh at their misadventures, and smile as problems resolve. As Reb Gold says, "Visiting the Village is like eating warm rye bread. You don't need to be Jewish to enjoy it." Season 1 epis ...
 
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It’s been one month since the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie by the "Black Hand." The chain of events that had been set in motion spiraled into something the world wasn’t quite ready for, and that would literally change the landscape of an entire countries forever. And the trial of one Mrs. Elizabeth Hall begins today…
 
My special guest is Mareike Schröder, the host of Child of the Library podcast, which is full of full of bookish stories, news and recommendations. Although we had been on each other’s podcast before, and we meet at the Frankfurt Buchmesse, it was such a fun experience to have her and her husband Micha spend the day with us. (2:15) Had fun helping …
 
This is the third installment of the special TBI Tuesday series. Every Tuesday for 6 weeks, I'm sharing chapters from my book TBI or CTE: What the Hell is Wrong with Me? and discuss them afterward. This week I play Chapters 5 and 6, narrated by Derek Dysart. Afterward I discuss how much I appreciated my time with Michael Poorman and Scott McQuary, …
 
Brian Asman is a writer, actor, and producer from San Diego, CA. He’s the author of the hit indie novella Man, Fuck this House (recently optioned by a major streaming service). I've had the pleasure of working a few conventions and panels with him and wanted to talk to him about: The amount of work he has put into his career and why he says yes to …
 
This is the second installment of the special TBI Tuesday series. Every Tuesday for 6 weeks, I'm sharing chapters from my book TBI or CTE: What the Hell is Wrong with Me? and discuss them afterward. This week I play Chapters 3 and 4, narrated by Derek Dysart. Afterward I discuss what a mess I had been living in Vegas, what my initial conversation w…
 
My special guest is Daniel Silk, the host of the podcast Life Changes You based out of Victoria, Australia. In addition to the podcast, Daniel helps people with intellectual disabilities and mental health problems communicate better. You can find his podcast here: We go over his battle with fibromyalgia. Why he began the podcast and what he gets ou…
 
Introducing Falling Through the Archives! Today we find John returning to the shop with a copy of The Alexandria Gazette. The date is June 29,1914, and they are in a place called Alexandria, Virginia. Yesterday, June 28, 1914, Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, and his wife Sophie were assassinated, and an already heated history is about to beco…
 
This is the first installment of the special TBI Tuesday series. Every Tuesday for the next 6 weeks, I'll share chapters from my book TBI or CTE: What the Hell is Wrong with Me? and discuss them afterward. This week I play the prologue and Chapters 1 and 2, narrated by Derek Dysart. Here is the website for the Cleveland Clinic -https://my.cleveland…
 
Jim is joined by former Bloomberg Journalist David de Jong, author of a new book that delves into the ties between Germany's biggest business families and Nazi Germany. Listen to how many of the brands used by millions of consumers around the world were built in collaboration with the Third Reich, and how the patriarchs of these invested families e…
 
Our household is finally free of Covid and my kids are finishing up the school year. 3:00 Although it has been a positive week, I look at the things that didn't help me and remove them. Adding the yoga before sleep back into my routine should be a big plus. 6:20 I just finished my final session of the trauma release hypnosis. It was focused on envi…
 
My wife and daughter still have Covid, my son and I still negative. We are keeping things positive and using the time to bond. In addition to our nightly swim sessions we've added in drawing/yoga right before bed. I'm grateful for all of the messages I received this week and wanted to share what these interactions mean to me. I go over the new and …
 
Jim is joined by a man identified only as Tom, who made his acquaintance with legendary UFO figure Bob Lazar while working at Los Alamos in the 1980s. We discuss Lazar, and Tom's impressions of him as they relate to his integrity. Roger Stankovic from MUFON also joins in and adds his summary of the remarkable congressional UAP hearings held last we…
 
It's been a trying week with my wife and daughter dealing with Covid while my son and I try to remain negative. I just finished Chapter 1 of Our Fucked-Up Little Family and it made me a bit uncomfortable due to the sexual content. I go over the rigid testing process I put my sex scenes through. Help me name the naughty nun in OFULF. Who do you vote…
 
Reading - I finished Duncan Ralston's Gross Out and loved it. The next 3 books I decided not to finish. Writing - This week I focused on TNTD: In a Dark Fairy Tale Rocking - I can't wait for my daughter's musical performance on Sunday. Podcasting - Just had a 2-hour conversation with According to Woods where we discussed TBI and CTE. https://bit.ly…
 
Vanakkam friends. In this episode, Amrith and Sanjay are back with some interesting perspectives and experiences after traveling and living in a foreign country. While most of our listeners do have this experience and can relate to it, we thought it will be good to talk it out, friend to friend. Connect with us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.…
 
Listen as founder Jim Gabbe provides a brief overview of the latest CITIZENARTS podcast, the importance of the Czech experience to understanding what is happening – and could be to come – in Central and Eastern Europe given Russia’s latest aggression, and introduces the distinguished panel assembled for Episode one. EPISODE NOTES Liberty vs. Tyrann…
 
(1:00) I review Brian Asman's brilliant Man, Fuck this House and discuss Duncan Ralston's Gross out which I'm halfway through and loving. (4:00) I talk about whay I'm participating and donating money to the Concussion legacy Foundation's Race to End CTE. Here is a link for anyone who wants to donate. https://raceroster.com/events/2022/50537/2022-cl…
 
I'm enjoying sticking to the new routine of recording the podcast on Thursdays so I can dedicate Fridays to being creative. This week my son has focused on teaching me how to float. I got to watch both kids play volleyball over the weekend and took time to praise them in different ways. (5:50) I go over the advancements in Our Fuck-Up Little Family…
 
It's been an exciting week and I couldn't be more grateful. I go over my writing projects for 2022 and 2023 and am excited to be working on a novel I've resurrected. (5:55) How I'm trying to frame each day, looking for the positives, focused on the good. (6:55) The return to Knotts was a blast and only reinforced my belief that I'm fine around crow…
 
A short episode I filmed early so I could enjoy Friday at Knotts Berry Farm with my son. I'm interested in seeing how I handle the fear of rollercoasters this time around. (2:20) I had another great hypnosis session with Alex from Life Craft Hypnosis. This week we went over the emotion of hurt and did a special program to deal with anger outbursts.…
 
Been an interesting week full of fun and challenges. I spent a good amount of time with Derek exploring TikTok and making TNTD videos. I plan on continuing this for Grandma's House for all of April. (3:45) Derek and I review Caitlin Marceau's Palimpsest. (8:15) I overcame my fear of rollercoasters at Knotts this weekend and realized how much hypnos…
 
I am beginning a fun project on TikTok where everyday I will read the choices for the next chapter in Try Not to Die: At Grandma's House and Derek will tell you how your terrible decision got you killed. I will be running these videos on TikTok where I'm just getting started. It would be amazing if you came over and connected with me. I'm at author…
 
Ain't No Messiah is free on Kindle through March 27 (2:45) We had a great time at the Trinity of Terror concert and I think hypnosis had something to do with me being more relaxed. (6:05) It was a struggle getting in my workouts this week but I did a better job with my food choices thanks to counting calories. (7:55) I answer Emily Haynes' question…
 
Looking forward to tonight's Ice Nine Kills' concert at the Hollywood Palladium. (3:50) A talk with my pool contractor has me remotivated about sharing TBI or CTE. It also made me realize that I need help with my career and need to find the perfect agent. (8:30) I answer reader questions. The first is from Emily Haynes: "Did you think you could be …
 
It's been another positive and productive week. TBI or CTE audiobook was just released through Findaway and will be $5.99 for the reminder of the month. A reminder that 25 Perfect Days is free through March 12. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ERVHWI0 I answer reader questions: the first three are from EMily Haynes. She asked: (2:45) 1) Will there be a…
 
Tension between the two combat veterans reaches a peak during an imaginary march into the killing fields of war. The veterans share traumatizing memories and together “climb from the trenches,” forming a bond. But seeds of conflict that will upend the lives of all at the soiree have been sown. A confrontation of great emotional intensity culminates…
 
An intimate soiree that will change the course of history is underway at the Berlin mansion of the Bechsteins, Europe’s famed piano-making family. It is an engagement celebration for a combat war veteran from a distinguished Prussian family and a high-spirited, “modern-thinking” New Yorker. A virtuosic piano player is the evening’s entertainment. R…
 
Another week of yoga and weightlifting has me feeling great going into the weekend. On Wednesday I had the pleasure of being on the Poldolskiy Method podcast talking about TBI and CTE and what to watch for with our children, especially those that play sports. You can listen to the episode here: https://apple.co/3CcU4eG (2:50) Work on Dethfest was s…
 
Another great week staying consistent with working out. I've been in a fantastic mood working on Try Not to Die: At Dethfest with Glenn Hedden. It feels so great being creative again and I really like the way Glenn and I are working together. (2:55) I asked my buddy Mcor (check him out on Episode 82) if he wouldn't mind asking Jose Mangin from Siri…
 
Another week has passed with plenty of positives to keep me motivated and moving in a good direction. Instead of focusing on the negatives of the past week, there were so many positives. One of the big ones is jumping back into Try Not to Die: At Dethfest. I had a great talk with my coauthor Glenn Hedden about it and we plan on dedicating the next …
 
It's been another good week of weightlifting and yoga even though I had to force myself to do every session. It was a good reminder to push myself to do the things that will make me feel better overall. This week I also realized how lucky I am to be able to pick up my kids from school everyday. I'm also grateful for my wife who does an awesome job …
 
Another week of weightlifting and yoga has me feeling great and being productive. A lot of developments in the Try Not to Die universe that I'm excited about. It's not official yet but it appears that TNTD: At Summer Camp that I'm coauthoring with Caitlin Marceau and the novella Try Not to Die: Back at Grandma's House that I'll be coauthoring with …
 
In this episode of UVUU we invite friends from various German universities to share their experiences and to give some insights into their life in Germany. #uvuu www.goethe.de/ins/in/en/index.html - Goethe Institut India website www.daad.de - German Academic Exchange - to look into courses for study www.uni-assist.de - Website of uniassist Connect …
 
It has been a fantastic week. My morning yoga/weightlifting routines have been awesome and I completed a 7-day cleanse that reminded me off the daily healthy choices I've been making. On the business side of things, TBI or CTE, Try Not to Die: At Grandma's House, and Brightside, all had a lot of free downloads. For those of you who don't have a kin…
 
I have scheduled a dozen of my books to be free on kindle over the next 10 weeks. I have many reasons why I'd like you to read my books for free and share with friends. You can find the PDF of the full schedule in this week's newsletter. Currently Try Not to Die: At Grandma's House is free Jan 21-25 which you can get here - https://www.amazon.com/g…
 
This week was spent searching for podcast collaborators and authors to do newsletter swaps with. I've spent too much time on my own and realize the importance of connecting with others. Although I've been struggling with the creative side of things, I've made good progress with the short story Try Not to Die: Back at Grandma's House which is the st…
 
I talk about the Try Not to Die Horror Giveaway that includes 8 different prizes. US residents 18 and over can enter at no cost. Click here for the giveaway. The TBI paperback is finally out on Amazon. You can find it here. This week I've been working on being content with taking things at a slower pace to appreciate my family more. Why I almost qu…
 
It's been a very stressful but productive week. One day I was overwhelmed by the stress and heading down a bad path when I changed my perspective by going outside and doing yoga in the cold rain. One of the stressors this week was having to look at year end expenses. It can be frustrating to see how much money I put into my career and to still not …
 
Holidays have never been my favorite time of the year and the last two years have only made that worse. It can be difficult dealing with holiday stress so I encourage you to find ways to deal with it. The first Try Not to Die board game board meeting was a semi-sucess with only one board member getting fired. I address the two NPR CTE articles that…
 
The new Try Not to Die: In the Wizard's Tower is now out on Kindle and paperback. This weekend I'll be signing books at Season's Screamings with other members of the Horror Writers Association. (4:00) On Monday I received my first session of SoftWave Tissue Regeneration Therapy. It's too early to say if it will help with my plantar fascitis or knee…
 
This week was a bit of a challenge as I had to take a look at a recent brain mapping and see that there was new damage that hadn't been there two years before. This underfunctioning section of my brain is partly responsible for emotional control, compulsivity, and imagination, which are three of the reasons I wanted to get rechecked in the first pl…
 
Retired aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey joins Jim and Sam from Frankfurt after a busy week speaking with world media concerning his theory on the whereabouts of doomed Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared in 2014. Has Richard solved one of the most enduring mysteries of the last decade? Will the plane wreckage be recovered at the p…
 
I had a big realization this week regarding my time at Mt. San Antonio College. I rarely give Mt. Sac credit for how much they helped me, but without that school, its football coaches, and the Academic Counselor Evans Roderick, I wouldn't have gotten into Brown University and would have continued a downward slide into self-destructiveness. I know c…
 
The stress of the holidays and disappointment with the latest book launch has made it apparent that I have by no means cured my brain of all damage. I still have to work on coping with TBI symptoms and continuing treatments that were making a difference. I am most definitely in a much better place than when I began researching TBIs several years ag…
 
It was an honor talking with Dr. Licata, the founder of Vital Head and Spinal Care, and co-founder of the Pasadena Interprofessional Community. His focus is on Applied Neuroscience, Concussion recovery, and Interprofessional Collaboration. The treatment I had under Dr. Licata's care tremendously improved my brain health and I wanted to have this co…
 
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