INHERENTLY HUMAN #19 "It's a Jojo Reference!"

Episode 19 January 19, 2019 00:47:40
INHERENTLY HUMAN #19 "It's a Jojo Reference!"
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #19 "It's a Jojo Reference!"
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Show Notes

20-year-old Aden Debord schools Jim Newman, 72, on the anime TV series Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, and more particularly, the significance of a certain ultra-muscular action figure on Jim's shelf in the studio. Aden's a big fan of the Jojo saga. Jim learns about Millennial culture.

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