Day 27: BSP: The Idio[t]syncrasy Files | The Journey
BSP: The Idio[t]syncrasy Files
BSP: The Idio[t]synchrasy Files is a podcast that delves into strange and humorous phenomena including seeing Jesus on your toast, supernatural sightings, crypto-zoology, and so much more. Cody and Chris have created a platform on which they can discuss both sides of the phenomena (real or bulls**t) while sipping on booze and spirits that represent their chosen topic. They hope to entertain, enlighten, and maybe even educate you on all things fun and weird. Who’s side will you be on? Are you a believer or a skeptic?
The Journey showcases interesting and insightful guests who have chosen an unconventional path early in their career. Fab uncovers the mindsets, habits and decisions that enables these young people to live life on their own terms. The simple mission of The Journey is to inspire people to pursue their own path so they can have a life and career that suits their unique personality and interests. If you’ve ever wanted to take control of your future and have a life you’re happy with then this podcast is for you.
BSP: The Idio[t]syncrasy Files: Ghostal Abuse
In this episode, Chris and Cody bring a special guest on the show to talk about the phenomena of abuse by ghosts. They discuss famous and not-so-famous cases of people being abused by ghosts as well as weird types of ghosts. Chris will also provide stories from a Reddit forum – including a woman who fights back – while Cody shares the story of a ghost woman who attacks with her humongous boobs. You read that right. BS Weekly segment will provide a story that ties up the inspiration for this week’s episode, a ghost haircutter.
More episodes of note: Skinwalk This Way | The Devil’s Penicillin
“The hosts of this show take an alcohol-fueled dive into the paranormal, soliciting stories and information from the community. The hosts are quite charming, and approach the whole affair with a wide-eyed, open-minded air that sweeps you up into their conversations. They try not to judge the stories that they read, just speculating and joking about the spooky business that gets discussed. A lot of fun, especially if you like taking the piss out of ghosts.”
“Lighthearted, fun, podcast! I really enjoyed their point of view on ghosts and the paranormal, ghost abuse is just tragic! I love when hosts talk about their personal experiences, like Chris’s ghostly leg grab, it makes the podcast relatable to the listener, may a ghost never throw a brick at you! Also Michigan rocks!”
“Explore the spookiest corners of reddit with Chris, Cody and special guest in this episode, as they guide you through ghostly interactions with the earthly realm. There’s overexcited washing machines, unexplained midnight haircuts, spectral leg grabbing all delivered with just the right amount of cynicism. It’s not just snarksville, Chris & Cody back up their arguments with scientific and theological theories to keep you questioning everything. One gripe – it’s not always gloomy in England boys!”
The Journey: Matt Guthmiller
Matt Guthmiller started his first company in 2007 at the age of 12, unlocking AT&T’s iPhones for people to use worldwide. Since his first solo flight at age 16 he has since earned a commercial pilot certificate having flown dozens of airplanes and logging nearly 1500 hours up in the air. On July 14, 2014, at the age of 19 and after a 44.5 day trip of over 30,000 miles in the air, Matt broke the Guinness World Record as the youngest person to solo circumnavigate the earth by aircraft. In fact, fewer people have flown solo around the world than have been to space. Aside from his aviation feats, Matt was a finalist for the 20 Under 20 Thiel Fellowship before dropping out of that round to go to attend MIT. Now he’s sharing his passion for aviation with a new YouTube series and his next venture, Quant Financial, aims to provide casual investors with the same algorithmic trading tools used by the largest firms on Wall Street.
More episodes of note: Bryce Adams | TJ Lee
“Im an avid podcast listener and I tend to listen to podcasts as a learning tool. This podcast was pretty much made for me! It features young, determined people that have boldly taken steps early on in life and lived to tell the tale! The host, Fab Mackojc asks really good questions, some of which I was hoping he would too. The podcast is a really good way to learn about the mindsets of successful people and always gives me an encouraging boost. If you are thinking about, or are in the process of a career change, listen to some episodes of this first.”
-Young Free And Coupled
“Once you get over the feeling of inadequacies, listening to this episode becomes a bit of a life lesson. In talking to Matt, Fab asks the kind of simple (I don’t mean this pejoratively) questions favored by Terry Gross. And it’s effective, you get a good sense of how to be a successful autodidact.”
-She’s In Russia