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Michael Blevins, Mark Twight
The NonProphet Podcast
The intersection of Effort, Art and Philosophy, a.k.a. The Worst Fitness Podcast in the World, formerly known as The Dissect Podcast. Hosts Michael Blevins and Mark Twight explore the overlapping worlds of effort, action, art, digital and analog in conversations riddled with innuendo, inside jokes, and occasional insight. If you know, you know. Published weekly, usually.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 174 ratings
If you enjoy straight, white men talking about how they are the real victims in society you will love this podcast.
joaquinmenendez via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/16/21
Good content most of the time. But the use of filler words gets old. Keep the “like” and other over used filler words to the high school kids.
PN@W1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/14/21
Kegan Is Gone
Back to the OG crew. Kegan felt forced and fake, wanting to be like blevins and mark. A great shift back to the original
TheRealPoptartafly via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/07/21
Recent Episodes
Mark and Michael sit down with Derek to discuss risk, backcountry skiing, cortisol response, IEDs, getting blown up overseas, how great V-hull, sloped armor faces are, combat-related PTSD, counseling, and the utility of discussion and EMDR to treat and assimilate the aftermath of acute traumatic...
Published 06/16/21
Michael and Mark review some recent events, discuss how our reliance on technology has placed unelected people (and algorithms) into positions of "leadership". As in, your vote doesn't matter because the fifth column is filtering what you see and shaping what you think you know in order to steer...
Published 06/06/21
I could write words to tempt you to listen to the words we shared but why not just click the “Play” button? Honor the words and the work. Or read the “Why” of it here ( Process > Product
Published 05/27/21
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