It’s The Jacke Wilson Show! Life’s Unanswerable Questions, Part 2 (Episode 2.2)

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ONE…ONE ONE…ONE ONE… IT’S THE JACKE WILSON SHOW!!!!!

Our quest for a more professional sheen to the podcast continues with Life’s Unanswerable Questions (Part 2) – Another play for Bryan Cranston and Kate Winslet, the untold story of Joseph the beleaguered father of Jesus, a look at why we love when we know it hurts us, and more!

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Show Notes:

It’s the JACKE WILSON SHOW!

Our quest for a more professional sheen to the podcast continues with Life’s Unanswerable Questions (Part 2) – Another play for Bryan Cranston and Kate Winslet, the untold story of Joseph the beleaguered father of Jesus, a look at why we love when we know it hurts us, and more!

JACKE WILSON is the pen name of a writer whose books have been described as being “full of intrigue and expertly rendered deadpan comedy.” Born in Wisconsin, Jacke has since lived in Chicago, Bologna, Taiwan, Ann Arbor, Seattle, Mountain View, and New York City. Jacke now lives and works in the Washington D.C. area. Like his writings, the JACKE WILSON SHOW takes an affectionate look at the absurdities in literature, art, philosophy, great books, poetry, current events, hard news, politics, whatever passes for civilization these days, and the human condition (that dying animal). For more about Jacke and his books, visit Jacke at jackewilson.com.

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3 thoughts on “It’s The Jacke Wilson Show! Life’s Unanswerable Questions, Part 2 (Episode 2.2)

  1. The question about the children leaving and being happy away from home is a good one. When my first one was about to go to university in another state someone told me, don’t be surprised if it feels like a death. What? Never. But it was like grief at first. I was stunned by it. It gets easier when you see them doing well. You also describe the love of a toddler well- it sounded downright poetic.

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  2. Believe it or not, there will be a time in your life when you will answer the phone and hear these words come from your own mouth:

    “Sweetie, I can’t talk to you right now, I am really busy. Can I call you back tomorrow?”

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