July 8, 2020
What's up fans? Welcome back to the wacky world of Topicocalypse. We are back with some brand new content, that was actually recorded by us. I am joined by our resident meme lord, and we are talking about sports! Indy Car and NASCAR are back on the track (not without some controversy), NFL, MLB, and NHL are talking about how their return is going to look. Nobody is sure what's happening with the NBA, but things are happening. Also . . . football is back . . . and not the American kind. We're talking about all of this and more on this action-packed episode of Topicocalypse.
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July 5, 2020
Back from the dead and breaking bread, the two baby-faced 30-something-year-old boys are chatting games.
We played: Alan Wake (and American Nightmare), Quantum Break, Halo Wars (with some discussion of Halo Wars 2), Forza Horizon 4, Resident Evil VII and The Last of Us Part II. We discussed the rumored Harry Potter RPG, the new Crash Bandicoot game, and the cost of AAA gaming in the future and how it may change the course of gaming.
Join us on this wild ride, to a land of magic and mystery.
June 25, 2020
We're back chatting about games. Oldies, like Alan Wake, Disneyland Adventures, and Forza Horizon 3, and some newies, like Resident Evil 3: REmake and Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath. We also discuss the recent pokemon news.
Join us on our NEW adventure, cause you know you gotta catch 'em all
June 22, 2020
On this episode of the Internet's only podcast, I'm sitting down with my brother to talk about some religious things that I did not know about. Justin schools me on the ida of Yawehism vs a Universal God. How do our learned and inherited perceptions of God change the way we look at spirituality? What does all of this mean? Find out on this episode of Topicocalypse.
We hope you enjoy!
June 18, 2020
The one shot episodes are back! Or perhaps it'll be more than one if I end up reviewing the entire series, but on this episode of Topicocalypse, we're doing things a little different. Instead of four (sometimes five) idiots sitting around a table talking about things they may or may not know anything about, I will be reviewing an episode of an anime series that is very near and dear to my heart . . . The Big O.
I’ve been taking some time lately, to go back and watch the anime series I grew up with. As a novel writer, going back to my inspirations has been the key to “reawakening” my creativity, especially in these hectic times, where just stepping out your front door is like going on a walk with sorrow and depression. That being said, the noir-like world of The Big O has been a welcome distraction from the strange and terrible things going on in our society. Turning on the box-set blu ray instead of the news has proven to be the best thing I’ve done in the past few weeks.
I hope you enjoy!
June 17, 2020
What's up family? We're back with another special episode by some friends of ours. On this episode, Ryan, Kyle, Keith, and Travis are tackling something incredibly relevant today's culture.
They chat about cultural narratives and the importance of meaning. Kyle and Travis bring up the exchange system of likes on Instagram. Keith breaks down how the idea of Self came about. Ryan throws out the idea that our identity is the real issue. There's a lot to this episode, so we may come back to this soon.
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June 8, 2020
What's up fans? Welcome back to another episode of Topicocalypse, the only podcast on the internet. There's a lot of strange things going on in the world today, and we want you to know that we are here for your listening pleasure.
On this episode, we are diving into the concept of individualism vs collectivism in the era of COVID-19. Has the concept of the individual really been set aside for this virus? What is going on with all of the social media outrage? We're joined by Brian Wegner of the Super BS Gamescast and the Big Jim Pederson to discuss our thoughts.
All of this and more on this episode of Topicocalypse.
May 20, 2020
What's up podcast lovers. We're back, and we're doing things a little different today. Instead of listening to four idiots talk about things they may or may not know anything about, we're going to play a podcast belonging to some friends of ours.
Welcome to the What About This Podcast! On the first episode ever, Travis, Ryan, Keith and Kyle consider whether there is such thing as objective beauty. Together, we discuss how we judge beauty, where our ideas of beauty might come from, if taste is the same thing as beauty, and the differences between subjectivity, objectivity, and relativity.
We hope you enjoy!
May 18, 2020
What's up fans, flans, and dessert lovers everywhere! It's been a while, thanks to all of the COVID quarantine stuff, but we're back and we have several weeks of content lined up. So I hope you are prepared for more Topicocalypse!
On this episode, we are joined by Bryan Wegener of the Super BS Gamescast, and we're talking about life in the era of the Coronavirus. How has it affected us? What are some of lasting effects we could see? Is the government taking advantage of the situation? Can you trust the news? All of this and more on this exciting episode of Topicocalypse . . . the internet's only podcast.
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We hope you enjoy!
April 6, 2020
What's up everybody? Welcome back to Topicocalypse . . . the only podcast on the internet, especially during quarantine. Nobody else is making podcasts. Weird right? If you're feeling like you're drowning in coronavirus news, we have a nice distraction for you. Brett has put together a list of the best films (in his opinion) to come out of the '90s, and we certainly do love movies here on Topicocalypse. We're talking about everything from Arnold's run in the Terminator to Sylvester's Demolition Man, The Matrix, Bad Boys, Rush Hour, and so many more great films. The '90s was an amazing time to be alive!
What are some of your favorites that we didn't discuss? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to revisit this topic one day. We hope you are staying safe and healthy. Please enjoy!