Inherently Human

Two friends, a 20 year old lifeguard and a 72 year old retiree attempt to bridge the generation gap in openhearted conversation about whatever comes to mind (which turns out to be just about everything).

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January 19, 2019 00:45:25
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #18 Podcast Superpower

Aden Debord, 20, and Jim Newman, 72, record for the first time in a professional recording studio. They endure the distractions of this strange environment while exploring possible conncections between relaxation, vulnerability, and deeper connection to other people. ...

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January 10, 2019 00:45:01
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #17 Infinity: The Upsides and Downs

At 20, Aden Debord can expect a considerable number of years on this planet. He sees it as a mixed blessing considering the state the world is in. Jim Newman, 72, is sympathetic but thinks the Millennials generation and the generations to come might just be able to handle it -- unless, of course, nature takes a hand. ...

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January 10, 2019 00:45:40
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #16 Out There with your Art

Aden Debord, 20, and Jim Newman, 72, shift studio space (at least temporarily)from Portland State University's Millar Library to Jim's condo. Aden praises Jim's paintings,framed versions of which cover his walls. Creativity and its pitfalls are the topic. Jim shares his experimentation with marijuana as a boost to his fiction writing. ...

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December 18, 2018 00:45:57
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #15, Being and seeing a mentor

In this heart-to-heart conversation on how people learn to cope with life, Aden and Jim identify multiple styles of mentorship. ...

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December 17, 2018 00:48:18
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #14, Art imitates Life

Aden recounts a sick day video game adventure. Jim remarks that if video games mimic life he hasn't learned to play that well yet. ...

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December 17, 2018 00:40:42
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #13, Generational Chasms

Aden Debord, 20, and Jim Newman, 72, confront the generation gap head on. ...

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