On the podcast today is writer Zed Cutsinger. He has a show in the works with his comedy partner Andrew Micahan at Super Deluxe, writes for the sketch team Bombardier at the Upright Citizens Brigade, and he co-hosts the film-review podcast: “Views from the Vista.”
As you’ll quickly tell, Zed is extremely thoughtful and intelligent, and in many ways this episode is a great example of the premise of the show, because we go way in depth into how Zed thinks about the daily stuff of life, from why he doesn’t trust gut reactions to thinking critically about why he likes the things he likes, and why it's so important to ask "why?" This is a very heady episode, which is awesome, and I hope you’ll listen with an open mind, because Zed does a good job of challenging some of our generally accepted beliefs.
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Vocals: MACK - https://www.instagram.com/mackandgold/
Mix: Dan Gerbang - https://www.instagram.com/dangerbang/
Writer: Igor Hiller
Cover art by George Hilton III: http://georgiecreates.tumblr.com/
Cover design by Eve Survilo: http://www.evesurvilo.com/
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