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A podcast about anything and everything and all that's in between. Hosted by author and pop culture enthusiast, Jeremy S. Zehr.
37 Episodes
Jeremy talks about old writing, new writing, future writing, and what to do will all of that stuff when he dies.
I was asked to share from the pulpit of my church this past weekend, on Mother's Day. I think it's important, because it's about mental health, unconditional love, and the outpour of support that my wife and I received in the midst of her battle.If you or someone you love needs help, please know that you are not alone.People often don’t get the mental health services they need because they don’t know where to start.Talk to your primary care doctor or another health professional about mental health problems. Ask them to connect you with the right mental health services.If you do not have a health professional who is able to assist you, you can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) - they are there to listen.Source: MentalHealth.Gov
Jeremy's on a screenplay and screenwriting kick. So he talks about the craft of screenwriting, and the writing process.
33 - Consumption Tax

33 - Consumption Tax


Jeremy talks about consumption, creation, and podcast categories.
32 - Rex Manning Way

32 - Rex Manning Way


Jeremy talks Ernest Hemingway and Rex Manning Day - two completely divergent topics, but that's what this podcast is all about.
31 - The Malaise Maze

31 - The Malaise Maze


Jeremy talks about recovering from malaise, and gives his full review of Jon Acuff's, Soundtracks.Check out Episode 27 for more Soundtracks Talk! Soundtracks:! Review! Share With Friends! Enter for a chance at a $50 Amazon Gift Card!
Jeremy talks about the return of John Crist, and how consequences don't seem to matter anymore. Also, a contest! first podcast about John Crist: is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. If you or someone you know has been sexually abused, contact RAINN, the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. Find out more at
Jeremy talks about action figures. Toy Sales Statistics:,billion%20U.S.%20dollars%20in%202020.Gallup Poll about Screen Time:
Jeremy talks about comic books and who really created the Marvel Universe.
Jeremy talks about Soundtracks, the latest book from Jon Acuff, the Overcoming Overthinking Challenge, and some new stuff he's telling himself after finding out he has myocarditis. Preorder Soundtracks!
Jeremy welcomes his first guest ever - John Barber, the Chief Bracketologist with Bracket of Champions, to talk about dumb arguments and verifiable resultes. Check out the Bracket of Champions Facebook Group! Thanks to John for coming on the show!
Jeremy talks about nostalgia, growing older, inbox zero, old friends, and about his first ever attempt at podcasting.
Jeremy gives his honest thoughts on The CBS All Access (Soon to be Paramount Plus) adaptation of Stephen King's, The Stand.
Jeremy talks about killing a dream.
22 - Lifestyle Change

22 - Lifestyle Change


Jeremy talks about Thailand and a lifestyle change.Be sure to check out Zane Vickery's new album - Breezewood - THIS FRIDAY, 2/5/2021Check out another cool podcast, Wrestling Makes You Think! me on Vurbl!
Jeremy goes into more detail about heart trouble, announces his new podcast venture with a couple of friends, and then talks rather excitedly about how Yoda is gettin' done dirty by Lucasfilm. Wrestling Makes You Think! : a Failure? : tell me what YOU think? Send me an e-mail at or leave me a voicemail at 585-371-8986.  When I hear from you, I just might share it on the next episode. Just remember to keep it clean.And, if you have the time, I'd love for you to rate, review, and share the show. It's not hard to find, I’m on Apple and Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, and most recently, Audible!
In this special episode, Jeremy talks about his health.
Jeremy determines the greatest trilogy of all time, and the answer might shock you!
Jeremy tried really hard to focus on this episode, talking about goals and wishes while the world burned.
Jeremy memorializes Brodie Lee, and then tries to find some of the good that came out of 2020.
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