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Now displaying: September, 2014
Sep 27, 2014
In this episode, Dave watches a fabulous romantic comedy/tragedy starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel, 500 Days of Summer.  He also analyzes whether or not it is healthy and/or natural to think highly of ourselves and those close to us.  He also looks at the effects on mental health and physical longevity.  Fangirl Fixation continues […]
Sep 20, 2014
In this episode, Dave analyzes the perfect action thriller, Jurassic Park.  He also examines the ethics, or lack therof, of the main characters in this movie.  To support this, he discusses the need for strong ethical standards in the scientific world.  This week’s fangirl fixation is Jeff Goldblum, as is our Top 5 List.  Enjoy! […]
Sep 13, 2014
In this episode, Britt A.K.A. The Murderous Fiancee makes her inaugural appearance on the podcast.  Connected to that, a new segment has begun, entitled “Fangirl Fixation.”  This week, Dave discusses substance abuse disorders and how the diagnosis has changed in recent years.  Additionally, he educates his listeners regarding heroin and its effects.  To drive the […]
Sep 6, 2014
This week, Dave is going to Disneyland!!!!  Be jealous 😉  But in all seriousness, watching Brave with my fiancee definitely has me ready for this trip.  In addition to discussing the movie, Dave researched the relationship between mothers and daughters (something he has zero experience with) and found some interesting information about health behaviors, different […]
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