Welcome to episode 61 of Joe Van's Secret Podcast! In this episode I interview a newly acquainted gentleman and professional who specializes in the therapy of the body. In his words, he 'beats people up until they're better'. I couldn't have put it better myself. Enjoy!
Welcome back everyone to the AA EH! Also known as the triple A podcast, where we talk everything from alcoholism to recovery. In this episode we go over societal norms around drinking and how smoking has changed. As well as the potential inclusions of parties for the future. Enjoy!
Everyone welcome the 3rd and newest series to this RSS feed! The AA EH, also known as the triple A podcast! Where we talk everything AA from alcoholism to recovery. Co-hosted by Joe Van and Derron G. In our 10th episode, we catch everyone up to speed with the two of us and how we've… Continue reading AA EH 10: Introduction To This Pod
Joe Van's Secret Podcast #36. I talk to a delightful new mystery guest about mythologies, human nature, A.G.I., and how we connect.
On season two, episode ten, Joe Van's Secret Podcast #35, I talk with two amazing people at the end of my first LSD experience. We discuss shows we were raised with, outdated metro-sexuality, taking advantage of the social market, magic mushrooms, k-holes, Macbeth, LOVE, women's rights, and my own little book plug.
On season two, episode nine, Joe Van's Secret Podcast #34, I talk to a designer at an architecture firm about early life, after life, dreams, animals' rights, and the importance of not hurting others. She was a guest to have back eagerly.
Part FOUR and finale of the great Canadian debate... and episode #33 of Joe Van's Secret Podcast, I talk again with Bobby Rose and Big L on the topics of climate change action, mandatory military, females in combat, the death penalty, euthanasia, abortion, the burka and feminism. We finish things by agreeing to disagree, and… Continue reading S2 E8: The Great Canadian Debate Finale
In episode #32 of Joe Van's Secret Podcast, I bring back two amazing guests to talk about past trends, what the future could hold, where we came from and our perspectives of the Raptors at the start of June 2019.
In podcast #31, Mr.Rose, Big L and I talk gay marriage rights, LGBTQ+ adoption, immigrant assimilation, vetting Muslims, sactuary cities, candidate transparency, criminal voting rights and mandatory military.
Here with episode #30 of the Secret Podcast. Today I speak to a lived gentleman about science, work, tattoos and horror movies!
Welcome back! In this podcast #29 I bring back Big L and Bobby Rose to debate worker strikes, net neutrality, the minimum wage, universal basic income, mental health funding, native funding, university tuition and flag burning.
For podcast #28 I interview an artistic woman that has inspired me more than once. We talk about her journey into the art world, working with children, finding good in everyone and what might lie beyond.
In the Secret Podcast #27, I bring in two boys to talk politics. We hit the topics of commercial drones, legal cannabis, nationalism, globalism, and gun freedom.
The walls of my vision split like an atom, bursting a billion stars like plastered plastic barbies reduced to pellets. Gaseous particles bomb the dark for their friends to see, in the cold of an endless night for a tiny fleeting light. My hearing shatters at the point of heart break, falling deaf on the… Continue reading Periphery
In Joe Van's Secret Podcast #26, I talk to an old friend about close calls, the flat Earth, addictions, the uncanny valley, video games, roasts, and family.
Allow me to take you on a retrospective journey... thinking back to who I was at the turn of my second decade. God, I'm still so stupid. No, I shouldn't use that word. I'm learning and will learn for the rest of my life, there's nothing wrong with that. I was just so lazy and… Continue reading Back
Leaves rustle with the wind, and we are blown. Nature breathes in, we are exhaled. Oceans churn, and we are born. Life out is life in. One side of a coin does not exist without the other.
Clambering for some kind of resolve negates the point. Will you forgive me? Cracking down often does the opposite. It's not a fad! Knowing for certain shuts off your brain. Whatever helps you sleep at night.
Feeling a fleeting, fringe, fraction of fire ignite your soul is reason enough to chase a ghost for the rest of your life. Freeing frantic midnight fights from your soul is reason enough... enough to let a ghost go.
Seeing the sky with new eyes means shedding the old, the pain is searing but what comes post revealing, are vistas oh bold.
Ep.4 of Joe Van reads Wiki. Here I read about solipsism, or is it really just you?
Culture: Reflected and Shaped by Movies Joseph Van Landschoot The Matrix changed how mainstream audiences thought about reality. Through Star Wars, a fan community formed where people made life-long friendships and even families. Us now holds the record for highest grossing original horror film on opening weekend, (Box Office Mojo,) ushering in new… Continue reading How Hollywood Moves Ideas
How the Average Moviegoer Votes with Their Wallet Over 48% of the U.S./Canadian yearly box office income is from moviegoers that frequent the theatres one or more times in a month, (source: M.P.A.A. theatre market statistics 2016,) so it’s safe to say that the rest of the money made comes from blockbusters. The top five… Continue reading Why Care About The Movies You See?
Ep.3 of Joe Van Reads Wiki: reading about science and gravity.
Episode Two of Joe Van Reads Wikipedia!
Famously my most boring post! For those who have the time, grab a pen and paper! See if you recognize the movies I talk about.
Here's my voice to listen to on a lonely night.
Yeah I'm here and we're here and we're seemin' okay but we don't know what we're doin. No we don't know what we're doin. No we don't no we don't no we don't no we don't. And we find ourselves in our town in our time and we're workin with what we've got. And we… Continue reading Lyrics
Folding and pelting, greasing and gassing, holding and passing. Letting up a tad to see it spin out, grabbing on tight and trying not to shout. Bingeing on the hard stuff, dying just to last. Crying with cuffed hands now, hell has come and passed.
Tick-tock goes the clock for all but the dead. It goes up and down, fast and slow but never stops. Craters fill, mountains fall and I feel so small. Could causality be the only thing to cause anxiety? If ever the clock went back, only for a day or two, how neat would it be… Continue reading Clock
Imagine that every person had inside them a blob. This blob would move about throughout their larger life-force, dark and destructive. It would give them sensations to run, or to fight. It would make them see red, or give them tunnel vision. The blob would do its best to create downward spirals. It was all… Continue reading Imagine
This is a little something from the beginning of the book to let all know what kind of story the third chapter of the True Volition Hexalogy will be. I hope you enjoy! Light from the night sky shown on an abandoned shack that sat by itself in a flat grassy plain just south… Continue reading A Slice of Land of Ene: Birth of A King
The twelve things of life: You were born of a consequence of programming, not of divine intention. Just because nature has instilled instincts in you, does not mean those instincts are rightful. Moderation in all affairs is not only the key to longevity, but healthy prosperity. Letting go and moving forward is the only way… Continue reading Twelve Certainties and Suggestions
Strange it always comes in the night, where all my mind that eyes can't hide reveal the side thought sterilized; a doctor and a mister. Two sides to a coin, once believed one eloign, but nevermore, lest delusion be reborn. They live inside me, fazed to a non-existent centre, inside which I might find peace… Continue reading Strange
This episode I speak to a young, passionate man in regards to plant care.
I talk with guest 23 about an american life, reincarnation and what science doesn't know.
This episode, I talk to an old guest: 5, about life goals, human nature and piecing things together.
In this episode we talk about weed and the life of guest 22.
This episode features a scholar who works in HVAC, and energy systems in general.
The common phrase, 'snitches get stitches and end up in ditches,' is currently used in schoolyards, though it originally came from urban communities regarding illegal activities. They would say it to someone they considered potential police informants, as a form of intimidation for their own self-serving reasons. Since then it has been used in jails,… Continue reading Snitches Get Stitches
Damn does life throw curve balls sometimes. I'm not a sportsman, no more specifically a follower of the baseball, but meanings mean some things. Fighting is so often something we all try to avoid, and for good reason, because it does nothing but hurt. Though, in many situations, we fight because we need to, to… Continue reading It’s Worth It!
Halloween is fast approaching! Sam and Xerxes return to talk about it.
In this episode I talk with a newly engaged millennial working in photography.
In this episode I speak with an employee/owner who cares about his city.
In this episode I interview the CEO of a startup company.
Episode 14! Here I talk to a pearl of wisdom.
Episode 13 of the secret podcast! In this episode I interview a once wild kid.
Episode 12 of the secret podcast! Here I interview guest five and nine again, together. A side note worth mentioning, for more than a minute I suffer from hiccups due to hot candied jalapenos.
Enjoy episode eleven of the secret podcast! In this interview I talk to the youngest guest yet.