Interviews with amazing people...
Thought provoking hypotheticals.
Always ask yourself... What If?
Episode 77 - DC Glenn (of Tag Team) - Interview
Close your eyes and try to recall where you where when you first heard the party anthem "Whoomp there it is".... The song is ubiquitous with an era. The tune is timeless and appeals to generations far beyond its intended audience.
In this episode we had the pleasure of getting to talk to DC Glenn (1/2) of Tag Team. DC is very charismatic and transparent about his past and the path that he and Tag Team took to stardom.
DC is self admittedly a "jack of all trades but a master of none." He wisely leverages his celebrity status to access knowledge and learn as much as possible.
With patience, growth, hustle and a little bit of serendipity... Tag Team has re-entered the public consciousness to a great deal of success.
Do yourself a favor and take the time to listen to this episode.... DC was a pleasure to talk to and Hypothetical wishes nothing but the best for him and Tag Team as a whole.
You can find DC/Tag Team online at:
Episode 76 -- Nate Hurd
Actor. Comedian. Writer. Tik Tok creator. Wrestling fan .
Nate encompasses all of these descriptions and so much more. Nate is hella funny and super relatable.
After we got to know more about Nate we settled in to the hypothetical at hand, "What if you could create a wrestling gimmick? What would it be?"
Each of us took turns fully describing our wrestling personas, from entrance and entrance music to set moves and finishers. Would we be a babyface, heel, or tweener?Most importantly how would we look and act?
You can find Nate online at:
Episode 75 -- Shelise Ann Sola: What if psychedelics were legally, safely, and commonly used in society?
For this episode we had the pleasure of talking to Shelise Ann Sola. Shelise is a working actress and podcaster. These descriptions encompass only a small measure of the talents and experiences that define her.
Shelise is also a costumer, author, and Instagram Influencer. After spending 2 years as the Head Animal Costumer on Nick Jr.'s 'Mutt & Stuff' she focused on her acting.
Shelise has been featured in numerous commercials booking multiple commercials for companies such as Barbie, QDOBA, Tapatío, Paw Patrol and more. Theatrically, she shot a feature film in Alaska as the lead.
Shelise has also authored a book discussing her upbringing in Mormon society as well as abuses she endured and survived.
Regarding the hypothetical we discussed how psychedelics could be effectively and safely used in today's society. Substances such as Mushrooms and Ayahuasca, with proper guidance, can be helpful in alleviation of many individuals symptoms both mental and spiritual.
The conversation that ensues is lively and fun. We thoroughly enjoyed chatting with Shelise and found common ground with her ideas and opinions in regards to the therapeutic properties inherent in psychedelic substances.
You can follow Shelise online at:
Episode 74: Interview with Icarus Bell -- What if alcoholic beverages never existed?
At first glance you could define Icarus Bell as the musical collaboration between Alan Alski Adams and Matt Noveskey... But Icarus Bell is more than the sum of their parts. Their sound is as diverse as the band's that influenced them.
It's no secret that Alan and Matt have a shared history with Blue October and are no strangers to the rock n roll lifestyle.
Keeping all this in mind we discussed the hypothetical, "What if alcoholic beverages never existed?" We examine how life would be affected without one of the most arguably dangerous drugs known to man, alcohol.
During this discussion we discover a familiarity of how alcohol affected our personal lives. Laughter and very sober (pardon the pun) conversation ensued.
Matt and Alan are very awesome guys and their music is stellar. You can find Icarus Bell online at:
Instagram - @icarusbellofficial
Twitter - @BellIcarus
Website - Icarusbellofficial.com
Episode 73 -- Molly Sinn - What if Psychosis is "feedback" from other dimensions?
In this episode we had the pleasure of talking to Molly Sinn. Molly was a legal prostitute before the pandemic hit. Our podcast is sex worker positive and Molly is a prime example of showing that the unfair perception of this profession does not always define the person.
Molly is very opinionated and intelligent. She is very family oriented and very sarcastic and fun to talk to.
The hypothetical that Molly chose was, "What if Psychosis is "feedback" from other dimensions?" We discuss all the possibilities inherent in this question.
Is it possible that some of our experiences are echoes emanating from other realities? The line between here and there is discussed along with funny and lively ponderings.
You can find Molly online at:
Instagram : @MollySinns
Episode 72 - Bullseye the Clown: What If Clowns Ran the Government
It's not often that you get to talk politics with a clown... Outside of Washington D.C... ??
In this episode we get to know Bullseye the Clown better and learn about what motivates him to do the work that he does.
Bullseye teaches children of all ages to fight bullying. He helps people learn to stand up for themselves and works with a variety of charitable organizations. He has traveled across Russia with Patch Adams visiting orphanages and hospice care facilities spreading joy and hope.
The hypothetical at hand is "What if Clowns ran The government?" We each plead our case for better or worse as to how clowns would affect every aspect of our political landscape... Hilarity and silliness ensues.
You can find Bullseye online at:
The discussions that ensue each episode are intelligent and thought-provoking. The hosts and guests take the hypothetical question du jour seriously and offer it careful consideration. While the show is fun and funny at times, I can feel myself getting sucked into a much deeper thought process. It's a great concept, and each episode brings something new to the table.
What a great concept.. From interviews from a local childhood tv show host, cults and comedians. There is a show for everyone. They do a great job of letting the person tell their story without pushing any agenda on them. A must listen to see into real people and their lives.