This podcast is the brain child of Nick Stumphauzer and Spencer Field. It's recorded irregularly and with poor audio. Regardless, some find it interesting to listen to these esoteric musing on topics like determinism, the potential existence of truth, and racial profiling.
In this episode of the podcast, Spencer and Nick dive into the question of how one knows when one is wrong. On the surface it may seem to be a simple question, but you’re wrong about that. Don’t ask how we know that, just pop your headphones in and enjoy the philosophy of being incorrect presented by the least correct people you could possibly elect to discuss the topic.
On today’s episode of Blacklisted Remarks, the libertarian and the liberal (we’ll let you guess who is which) collide on the topic of taxation and take an unexpected leap down the rabbit hole of social philosophy. I mean, what even is a country am I right? So tune into this episode as you commute on tax funded roads to your job whose income is gouged 30% by the thieving bureaucratic bastards from - ah just enjoy the show.
In this episode of Nihilistic...I mean Blacklisted Remarks, Spencer and Nick approach the topic that’s interwoven into all their episodes, that of Nihilism, and how best to combat its less than enjoyable side effects. So forget all your problems, they’re meaningless anyway, and consider spending some of your pointless existence listening to this episode of Blacklisted Remarks!
Mental health and depression are ubiquitous in Americans, and the difficulties are not lost on Spencer and Nick. In today’s episode of Blacklisted, your two hosts attempt to put their unqualified non existent Ph.Ds to the task of determining who or what is to blame for depression and other mental illnesses, and how ultimately to go about improving life. So grab your DSMV, toss it in the trash, and pop in your headphones for Blacklisted Remarks.
In this installment of Blacklisted Remarks, Spencer steals Nick's thunder as your hosts discuss whether monarchy or democracy is the best for its citizens. So have your serf friends grab you popcorn and give up your individual freedom for this brief episode.
Did someone say gun control? Your favorite intrepid intellectual postmen deliver their opinions (junk mail) to you despite rain or shine, preparation or evidence. We also respond to your facebook comments before we jump into this rabbit hole. So grab a stress ball and pull up Grand Theft Auto 5, here's episode 16.
Today on Blacklisted Remarks, Nick and Spencer spark up a philosophical joint and puff away at the question of if should you take drugs (by which we mean psychedellics), what kind should you take, and why Spencer likes air quotes so much. So sit back and enjoy the conversation that made Nancy Regan rise from her grave and protest our podcast.
Ah yes, the uncontroversial topic of killing yourself. Why not take a dark turn? Assisted suicide and its implications and ramifications are unpacked today on this episode of BR. So, strap in, and think some happy thoughts, because Spencer and Nick certainly aren’t.
It took Nick and Spencer a while to take their feet out of their mouths, but they’re back at it because 2+2 might sometimes but usually doesn’t appear to maybe equal 4...on occasion. What could go wrong? In this episode, they continue their conversation from Episode 12. Ready for more triggering? Glad to have you. Let’s begin.
What’s more dinner table friendly than transgenderism and the nature of truth? Nick and Spencer couldn’t think of anything, and so here we are…In this episode, our two hosts attempt to approach the discussion that Harris and Peterson had in a new and far less erudite manner. So, grab your popcorn and stress ball and try to enjoy this podcast.
If you know Nick and think highly of him or if you don’t know Nick and are quick to judge people or if you have ears and a brain, Nick is screwed. In this episode, Spencer bemoans his decision to form a podcast when the two begin to discuss some truly hot button issues and why Nick is under fire. So, grab your tomatoes (preferably rotten) and loosen up your throwing arm as you press play.
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Today Nick and Spencer imitate good Buddhists and discuss what is a “state of mind” and how can we change them? This is a deceptively deep topic and the two hosts of Blacklisted Remarks are sufficiently bamboozled when they begin to discuss its intricacies. So, enjoy hearing to unqualified guys pretend to be well versed in psychology.
They weren’t convinced of ending up in Hell after Episode 8, so here in Episode 9 Spencer and his co host Nick delve back into the discussion of The Parable of the Madman in an attempt to make sense of it all. So, hop into the handbasket, turn up the volume, and join them on their descent!
In this episode, a derelict Baptist and former Catholic discuss the death of God himself by unpacking the infamous quote by Friedrich Nietzsche: “God is dead, he remains dead, and we have killed him”. So, feeling heretical? Then kick back with a La Croix and pop the headphones in.
What do you do when your beliefs about the world are presumably true but still sucky? Well, Nick and Spencer don't know but that does not stop them from continuing to talk foundational beliefs on this episode.
So sit back and distract yourself with some muted cat video as you listen to this episode of Blacklisted Remarks.
Imagin that... in this episode Nick and Spencer giver further unqualified rants on foundational beliefs as compared to baseless presuppositions and the effects of these beliefs on everyday life.
So sit back, put your feet up and swallow an aspirin or three as Nick and Spencer verbally process while being recorded.
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Turnouts that Racial profiling is not a dinner-table-friendly conversation topic which is the very reason Nick and Spencer chose to talk about (or maybe just around it) in this episode.
So put on your listening cap and as two white men living in a primarily white community talk about their unqualified options on racial profiling and the deeper thought at play.
And you thought there was a meaning to life...
In this Episode, Nick and Spencer make you wonder why the live their meaningless lives as they address Aspirations, Nihilism and the Meaning of Life (or lack of meaning).
So kick back and join Nick and Spencer in wondering why they wake up every morning.
Nick and Spencer pick up there picks and solves as the keep digging their philosophical hole into determinism and pick away at free will.
So grab your popcorn and enjoy this trainwreck of a conversation.
Up next on the docket is free will (or the lack thereof). In this second episode, Nick and Spencer walk hand in hand into the world of hard determinism before parting ways and heading in their own nihilistic directions.
So buckel up for this conversation between two philosopher want-to-be who hardly know the difference between epistemological and ontological.
Nick and Spencer thought they would start off with an easy topic like Abortion. It's not a very divisive issues and deals with simple ideas like the definition of life, if humans and chimps are really that different and what duties to fellow our man might be.
So sit back and enjoy some easy listening as two entitle, white, male, millennials talk about topics they have little or no experience with.