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Uncommon with Chance Lunceford

Uncommon with Chance Lunceford

By Chance Lunceford

Welcome to Uncommon.

We do things a little differently around here, but greatness ain't normal and neither are the most interesting people.

I'll share tools, strategies and ideas for harnessing your power and bring guests on for conversations around how to be exceptionally interesting.

Come along for the ride, and you might just become an Uncommoner.

Uncommon: Break Free From The Ordinary
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UNCOMMON w/ Brendon Marotta

Uncommon with Chance LuncefordFeb 15, 2022

UNCOMMON w/ Brendon Marotta

UNCOMMON w/ Brendon Marotta

Join Brendon Marotta, author/film-maker/podcaster/etc, and I as we dive into his latest project Children's Justice which provided a foundation from which to discuss subjects like memeplexes, psychological fracturing, NLP and a whole lot more.

Feb 15, 202201:15:12
UNCOMMON w/ Dave Reaboi

UNCOMMON w/ Dave Reaboi

I brought Dave Reaboi (his own description does a good job: National security & political warfare. Claremont Institute Senior Fellow. Jazz, vinyl and hifi audio, bodybuilding. “Right-wing Twitter pugilist”—Politico) to talk about his recent book Qatar's Shadow: The Islamist Emirate and its Information Operations in the United States.

We did some of that, but we spent more time taking a look at the principles behind Dave's analysis of Qatar's operations, and how we -as individuals looking to protect ourselves and our loved ones- can better defend ourselves against the manipulation of information operations REGARDLESS OF THEIR ORIGIN.

Enjoy, and please consider subscribing and sharing if you do.

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Feb 06, 202201:07:06
UNCOMMON w/ Bryan Sharpe AKA Hotep Jesus

UNCOMMON w/ Bryan Sharpe AKA Hotep Jesus

Join Bryan Sharpe and I as we discuss building community from a leadership position, building oneself into the kind of person who deserves to be in a position of leadership through honest self-analysis and course-correction, exploring one's passions in the context of a marketable public facing persona and a lot more.

Jan 31, 202201:08:49
UNCOMMON w/ Michael P Senger
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Nov 29, 202101:18:12
UNCOMMON w/ Varangian

UNCOMMON w/ Varangian

Varangian is an alias for a man that comes to this show from a secret place where men roam free. We talk about war and violence and honor and duty, among other things.


Nov 29, 202101:17:53
UNCOMMON w/ Jesse Herman

UNCOMMON w/ Jesse Herman

Jesse is the founder and CEO of which is the most powerful tool for donations, NFTs and social WEB3 on the planet. We talked about the project launch, and what it might look like down the road.

Nov 29, 202101:11:52
UNCOMMON w/ Graeme Smith

UNCOMMON w/ Graeme Smith

Graeme is a dear friend, though he and his wonderful family live on the other side of the world, and it's been a pleasure getting to know him over the past couple of years.

In this inaugural episode of Uncommon, Graeme and I explore meaningful living, MANA, purpose, creativity and more.

Enjoy uncommonly.

Nov 29, 202101:51:60
Logocentrifugal 136 - William Selden

Logocentrifugal 136 - William Selden

William is a dear friend and reluctant mentor. This was the last episode of the podcast in the Logocentrifugal body. That body died in this conversation, and it would take Uncommon months before it learned to crawl.

This was a fitting end to the Logocentrifugal run, and I am grateful to me pal Will for taking the time to share some of his golden hour with me and you.

Nov 29, 202102:20:37
Logocentrifugal 135 - Dr Philip Ovadia

Logocentrifugal 135 - Dr Philip Ovadia

Dr Phil, as we affectionately call him, is a very smart and good man on a mission to keep you off of his operating table. Might be worth your while to listen.

Nov 29, 202101:55:44
Logocentrifugal 134 - Johnny Noble

Logocentrifugal 134 - Johnny Noble

Johnny has been on the podcast a couple of times before. He's a good dude, a smart businessman and an interesting conversationalist. Enjoy.

Nov 29, 202101:28:41
Logocentrifugal 133 - Doug Williams

Logocentrifugal 133 - Doug Williams

Doug was a crusader against an industry that has done more to wrongfully convict more people than perhaps any other misstep in the US legal system ever: The Polygraph Industry.

Doug recently died, and so this conversation marks one of his last in public discussing and describing the nefarious and underhanded way the legal system and the polygraph industry have used power and influence to cover up culpability and responsibility for the ruination of thousands of lives.

RIP Doug, and thanks for taking the fight to the man. May you be remembered fondly.

Nov 29, 202101:22:42
Logocentrifugal 132 - Troy Casey

Logocentrifugal 132 - Troy Casey

A lot of folks think that Troy Casey is a crazy person.

They're not wrong.

Yet, in a world full of madness, a man who's equally and fully committed to immersing himself in his idiosyncratic madness and supporting/promoting the values he believes in.

Call me crazy, but I think we could use more of that kind of lunacy these days.

Enjoy the conversation with a brilliant, unique and utterly entertaining man with a good heart and a grand dream.

Nov 29, 202101:08:02
Logocentrifugal 131 - Tex Dom

Logocentrifugal 131 - Tex Dom

Tex is a leader of men, an elder and has a firm understanding of relationship dynamics after having been on both ends of the functional/dysfunctional relationship dynamics scale.

This was a great conversation which may just help you improve your own relationships.

Nov 29, 202101:52:43
Logocentrifugal 130 - Patriot "Artist Formerly Known As Any Other Name With The Letter J Involved" J
Sep 27, 202001:45:09
Logocentrifugal 129 - Jack "Catsfishing From Thailand" Peach
Sep 22, 202001:51:10
Logocentrifugal 128 - Jayson "The Great Gazoo's Knuckle-Dragging Cousin" the Argonaut
Sep 17, 202002:11:01
Logocentrifgual 127 - Mark "The Nuclear Gardener" Schneider
Sep 14, 202001:50:31
Logocentrifgual 126 - Marc "I"ll Beat His Ass, As Long As He's Willing" Lobliner
Aug 29, 202001:02:52
Logocentrifugal 125 - Adam "Postcard Mentality" Townsend

Logocentrifugal 125 - Adam "Postcard Mentality" Townsend

Join Adam Townsend ( @adamscrabble ) and I as we discus his Covid Log and "the fastest roll-up of power in human history. 

 He's definitely not a movie villain.  

Want more from Adam?  



Aug 29, 202001:40:35
Logocentrifugal 124 - Michael "Gaping Holes In My Resume" Guimarin
Aug 23, 202002:12:15
Logocentrifugal 123 - The Council of Elders - Chief Chuck Whitworth, Billy Red Horse & Dennis Hynes
Aug 20, 202001:18:07
Logocentrifugal 123 - Joshua "Ghostwriter In The Machine" Lisec
Aug 19, 202051:22
Logocentrifugal 122 - Brian "I'm Not An Expert, I Just Play One In Real Life" Roemmele
Aug 18, 202003:00:29
Logocentrifugal 121 - Dr Edward A "Can't Just Optimize For Sadism" Perin
Aug 15, 202001:44:33
Logocentrifugal 120 - Jack "Overworld Overlord" Posobiec
Aug 01, 202034:16
Logocentrifugal 119 - Kurt "Harvard Graduate Lattes" Schlichter
Jul 26, 202048:58
Logocentrifugal 118 - Ed "Working The Genuine Angle" Latimore
Jul 24, 202001:20:29
Logocentrifugal 117 - "Bucket of Facts" Longstone
Jul 23, 202001:31:30
Logocentrifugal 116 - Garrett "Not That Kind Of Commune" Dailey
Jul 20, 202001:16:37
Logocentrifugal 115 - Jeff "Washing Machine In My Pocket" Putnam
Jul 11, 202001:09:40
Logocentrifugal 114 - Mike "The Opinion Bookie" Elias

Logocentrifugal 114 - Mike "The Opinion Bookie" Elias

Mike Elias is doing some very interesting and novel work.

His work is focused around his brainchild, Idea Markets, which seeks to develop a currency of credibility based upon the blockchain. Built upon an updated securities exchange platform which seeks to put the measure of trust in the credibility of an information source by introducing capital risk into the game.

In this very fascinating episode, Mike and I discuss the ins-and-outs of this concept through contrast and comparison with existing technologies and exchanges. He does an excellent job of explaining several concepts that many folks have had a difficult time in grasping.

We carry the conversation forward into potential branches in this technology, including verging into the education realm, and then we delve into some odd and spiritual territory at the end of the conversation.

All in all, I very much enjoyed the conversation with Mike, thought that his ideas made a lot of sense and there are many ideas of a complex nature expressed clearly so that you, dear audience, can absorb and enjoy them.

Want more from Mike?


Idea Markets:

Jul 03, 202001:26:24
Logocentrifugal 113 - Adam "Pull Yourself Up By Your Kibbutz Straps" Peled
Jun 24, 202001:33:02
Logocentrifugal 112 - Dr. Sean "At War With Self-Licking Ice Cream Cones" McFate

Logocentrifugal 112 - Dr. Sean "At War With Self-Licking Ice Cream Cones" McFate

Dr. Sean McFate has a brain on him, and there's no getting around it. He's the kind of smart that causes a lot of problems for itself; his brilliance is attached to an unflinching path of truth telling.s

He's getting the word out on the reality that the United States and the rest of the "Western World" are being outmaneuvered, out-innovated and losing ground rapidly on the modern battlefield.

While the US and it's ostensible allies continue to develop technological and military capabilities aimed at defeating the kind of enemies that haven't been seen since WWII, our enemies have been developing the powers of information, deception and manipulation to win victories over the lumbering beast of the western Military Industrial Complex at a minuscule fraction of the cost in both manpower and resources.

In his new novel, High Treason, McFate lays out in disturbingly plausible detail how just such tactics could play out on a slightly larger scale than perhaps we've yet seen, and how the resources and capabilities of the US are hampered by a dogmatic resistance to accepting the reality that the battlefield is not the one we've been spending decades and trillions of dollars preparing to dominate.

As ever, with the good doctor, listening to this episode will deepen the understanding of those who can already see, and for those who don't - and are willing to listen well - it will shatter the old paradigm of strategic and combative thinking to reveal a world in which the truth is hidden, the lies war with each other for supremacy and the populace is manipulated by clever and powerful groups seeking to advance their own particular, and most often devious, agenda.

Buckle up, listen well and cling not to thine ignorance.

Want more from Dr. Sean McFate?



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Jun 08, 202001:10:10
Logocentrifugal 111 - AoL5 - Art of Elders - Billy "AccountaBilly" Red Horse & Dennis "Tunacan" Hynes
Apr 22, 202001:49:08
Logocentrifgual 110 - AoL 4 - Art of The Phoenix - Jack "Fat In Winter" Murhpy
Apr 15, 202001:05:15
Logocentrifugal 109 - AoL3: Art of $ - Nate "The Cashflow Pastor" Dean & Caleb "Yung Dvdndz" Gregory
Apr 12, 202059:44
Logocentrifugal 108 - The Art of Living 2 - The Art of Style - Tanner "Not just Private School" Guzy
Apr 09, 202001:03:55
Logocentrifugal 107 - The Art of Living 1 - Life As Art - Roman "Mediocrity Is Your Function" McClay
Apr 02, 202001:18:45
Logocentrifugal 106 WAR Series 7 - Kurt "Tri-Tips and Sweatpants" Schlichter

Logocentrifugal 106 WAR Series 7 - Kurt "Tri-Tips and Sweatpants" Schlichter

Mar 24, 202043:26
Logocentrifugal 105 WAR Series 6 - King "Exploit The Weak To Destroy The Strong" Atlas
Mar 18, 202001:12:42
Logocentrifugal 104 - WAR Series 5 - Dr. Edward A. "Put some ED in your pencil" Perin
Mar 03, 202001:16:47
Logocentrifugal 103 - WAR Series 4 - Jarhead "Not Necessarily Advocating Atrocities" Mike
Feb 25, 202001:14:47
Logocentrifugal 102 - WAR Series 3 - John "Camouflage By Spray Paint" Dailey
Feb 20, 202054:46
Logocentrifugal 101 - War Series 2 - Sean "Raging Out Until They're Aging Out" McFate
Feb 12, 202058:37
Logocentrifugal 100 - WAR Series 1 - Scott "Handsome Is In My Skill-Stack" Adams

Logocentrifugal 100 - WAR Series 1 - Scott "Handsome Is In My Skill-Stack" Adams

Scott Adams is a smart man. Importantly, he's used those smarts to elevate himself into a diverse collection of powerful platforms.

Whether from classrooms to boardrooms, cartoons to capital, investments to influence, politics to periscope and beyond, Scott has found ways to elevate himself to the highest levels.

In this inaugural episode of the Logocentrifugal Podcast WAR Series, I asked Mr. Adams to explain some of the tools he uses to avoid what he calls Loserthink (he explains these tools in depth within the pages of the book by the same name), and to apply his skill in using those tools to take a look at the world of war and conflict.

He did not disappoint.

Though this isn't the first episode I've recorded for the WAR Series, I've chosen to release it first so that you, dear audience member, can absorb the lessons he offers and apply them to the forthcoming episodes.

In this way, I hope to be able to increase your ability to apply your own critical eye and enhance your capacity to think in an independent manner about the different perspectives you'll be exposed to in the coming months.

I want you to think for yourself, and to be able to do that well.

Scott Adams has the same desire, and has made it one of his central efforts. That's why I was grateful to him for coming on to help me help you do that.

Listen carefully, take notes and enjoy the ride.

Want more from Scott?





Feb 05, 202056:13
Logocentrifugal 99 - Mike "Bolen A 300" Bolen
Jan 05, 202046:23
Logocentrifugal 98 - Dr. Robert "Quoth the Raven, Not Moth to the Flame" Toth
Dec 13, 201901:29:25
Logocentrifugal 97 - Robin "Go BINK! Your Comfort Zone" Black

Logocentrifugal 97 - Robin "Go BINK! Your Comfort Zone" Black

Robin Black is a fascinating dude.

This conversation was very much the Robin show, and that suits me very well. I love this kind of "put a quarter in a sit back" kind of guest because I get to sit back and enjoy the experience.

Though he's best known for his martial arts video breakdowns and commentary, the man has developed a profound worldview built upon his study of martial prowess. 

Just as a thrown fist or shin is subject to the rules of physics and chemistry, and just as the mind which threw them is subject to the rules of psychology and evolutionary impulses, so too has Robin's study taken him down these roads.

In what is simultaneously a wide ranging and circular conversation, we talk about such disparate subjects as the nature of reality and knowledge, confidence and humility, the limitations of understanding imposed by language and a lot more besides.

This conversation is a veritable smorgasbord of wisdom and insight which will challenge you to think about things a bit differently. I think you'll find a great amount of value to be harvested from this conversational field.

Buckle up and get ready for a breakneck ride through the mind of Robin Black.

Want more from Robin?





Nov 25, 201901:55:44
Logocentrifugal 96 - Elliott "Demons At The Door" Hulse

Logocentrifugal 96 - Elliott "Demons At The Door" Hulse

Elliott Hulse is a powerful man.

This is true in more than just his juggernaut physicality, though that is certainly an impressive feature of the man, but it also true in the measure thoughtful mind and soulful desire to lift those he works with up several levels in the game of paradigmatic ascension.

"I'm a strength coach," went the refrain several times throughout the conversation. Sure, that's true, but usually when people say that they are not also the head of a movement involving millions of people. Elliott is. The strength he teaches is based on his philosophy that there is more to a person than the meat and bones of their body; a person is a mind, a body, an emotional being and a spirit. 

While the path to a balanced strength in all four quadrants started for Elliott and the men - yes men, he focuses his work on men because of his view that the world is doing its damndest to destroy men and bring them down from their Divinely appointed roles leaders and kings - he works with in the realm of the body, it does not stop there.

In fact, as Elliott was humble and courageous enough to expound upon in our conversation, it continues on is a never-ending process of introspection, reflection, prayer and service.

I really enjoyed this conversation, and I think it's an important one to have had given the current cultural climate, and I'm grateful to Elliott for taking the time to sit down with me and talk about men, and God and our place in this increasingly hostile and broken culture. Also, listen closely and see if you can spot the point at which his heart opened up and we really started to connect.

You may not agree with everything that is said in this podcast, but I challenge you to listen carefully and measure your own thoughts agains those of Elliott Hulse and ask yourself where you stand.

Thanks for listening.

Want more from Elliott?

Websites: -


Nov 22, 201901:36:48
Logocentrifugal 95 - Dr. Sean "We follow my rules, or we seal our McFate" McFate

Logocentrifugal 95 - Dr. Sean "We follow my rules, or we seal our McFate" McFate

Dr. Sean McFate is a very unusual man.

An early childhood passion for playing violin and an Ivy League education are uncommon enough.

But, from a military career to a dalliance with the non-profit world and from the high-adventure and dark visions of the mercenary life to the stuffy offices and feuding intellectual power-point powerhouses of the think-tank circuit, Sean McFate carved a very unique path through the world of geopolitics and armed conflict. 

Bringing that eclectic experience and unique world-view to bear, Dr. McFate is now a university professor and author attempting to tear down the pillars supporting the halls of past valor to prepare the modern warrior - and those who make the decisions which determine when and with whom they will go to war - to successfully overcome the challenges before them.

We talked a bit of Sean's history, dissected some of the reasoning behind and extrapolations of The New Rules of War - which he proposes in his book by the same name - and lay out an overview of what a military prioritized and optimized to fight in the current and future paradigms of war.

It was a fascinating conversation with a brilliant and controversial mind inside an uncommon and unflinching man. I learned a lot from the conversation, and from his book, and I highly recommend both of them to you, dear listener. I doubt this will be the last you hear from McFate on this podcast, but in the meantime...

Want more from Dr. Sean McFate?



Oct 31, 201901:19:47
Logocentrifugal 94 - Dr. Shawn "Objectively Better By Every Measure" Baker
Oct 30, 201959:60
Logocentrifugal 93 - Andrew "Steven Motherf*cking Seagal" Tate

Logocentrifugal 93 - Andrew "Steven Motherf*cking Seagal" Tate

Andrew Tate is a fascinating character.

He's a natural showman, yet he's wrapped up inside the mind and body of a lifelong fighter. This conversation needed little in the way of a host, Andrew was ready to talk with just a hint prodding along any direction. He also shaped the conversation to travel the roads he wanted to drive along.

In a conversational podcast like mine, this is something I encourage in my guests, because I want them to tell their story and pick their brains for useful bit of wisdom or to highlight certain parts of their mentality in a way that leaves the listener able to form their own judgments. Andrew needs no encouragement in this department. Part of that is because he has a message that he's committed to, and part of that is because he's prepared to accept the consequences of his words - whatever they may be - both of which are rare traits.

This is the source of my respect for Andrew Tate.

There are many things I disagree with him on, and there are a couple of things in which Andrew engages which I strongly disagree with on a moral basis. That being said, my moral compass is not his, and from what I can tell, he's a man who operates according to principles and he sticks to them with uncommon tenacity.

He's a polarizing character in that way.

I'll let you decide what you think about Andrew Tate, and I'm sure you'll think some thoughts about the man after listening, but I'll tell you this as a final thought:

Andrew has told me he would do something on several occasions, and he's done so each time. I've had several conversations surrounding the man, and of those who have had direct interactions with him, they all say the same thing - he follows through, and is loyal in his relationships.

Thanks for tuning in.

Want more from Andrew Tate?




Oct 10, 201949:49
Logocentrifugal 92 - Jon "Lying is what they were designed to du" du Toit

Logocentrifugal 92 - Jon "Lying is what they were designed to du" du Toit

Jon du Toit is an fascinating character.

His work on the film Hoaxed: Everything They Told You Is A Lie is what sparked my initial interest in the man. It was an incredibly well crafted film and revealed more than most are prepared to accept about how the world of narrative and media is put together.

In this conversation we discuss a bit about how Jon got to be where he's at, running through a brief sketch of his personal history, before touching upon some of his beliefs and personal experiences that shape the way in which he interfaces with the world and which allow him to see the world through his particularly clear lens.

Whether it's being raised as an immigrant in a foreign land, or holding beliefs and a worldview that caused him to be a pariah in his chosen field, Jon has had the distinctly uncomfortable but undeniably powerful title of outsider for most of his life. This has allowed him to see things that would be otherwise difficult nigh unto impossible to see were he as deeply enmeshed in the various cultures to which he has been exposed to across his life.

This was a great conversation, and likely the first of several, and it was an honor to have Jon on the podcast as I return from my hiatus to focus in on providing what I consider to be the most interesting and relevant perspectives on the shifting foundations of society at large during a time of great political and cultural upheaval. 

Listen in, pay attention, and you won't be disappointed.

Want more from Jon?




Oct 03, 201901:06:01
Logocentrifugal 91 - Nicholas "The North Pole is the entrance to the Rabbit Hole" Hinton
Aug 30, 201955:17
Logocentrifugal 90 - Johnny "This body oil contains the essence of my soul" Noble
Aug 30, 201901:33:19
Logocentrifugal 89 - Beth "Can't see yourself if you only watch the circus" Martens
Aug 26, 201901:37:36
Logocentrifugal 88 - Az "All I know about life I learned from 1980's issues of Vogue Magazine" Samad

Logocentrifugal 88 - Az "All I know about life I learned from 1980's issues of Vogue Magazine" Samad

Aug 23, 201901:37:13
Logocentrifugal 87 - Craig "It's freedom of speech, not freedom of screech" James
Aug 22, 201901:22:28
Logocentrifugal 86 - Kunal "The new culture is no culture" Dharamsi
Aug 21, 201901:21:05
Logocentrifugal 85 - Tiger "The artist formerly known as Weed & Counterstrike" Joseph
Aug 20, 201901:19:07
Logocentrifugal 84 - John "I remind you that you're free, and so I'm forced to flee" McAfee

Logocentrifugal 84 - John "I remind you that you're free, and so I'm forced to flee" McAfee

John McAfee is a man who need no introduction.

Even so, I'll give a brief one: Computers, Money, Advocating Freedom, Running for President, Government Targeting, Traveling the World (Fleeing Persecution), Social Media Messenger

John has been advocating for personal sovereignty, an end to wars of aggression, ceasing the financial fuckery of centralized fiat currencies and the banks that control them, deconstructing the failed institutions of government and enjoying your life for many years now. 

This is a message that has cost him no small amount of money, time, conflict, stress and more. It's made all the more remarkable because he could have just sat back on the beach with more money than he knew what to do with, and enjoyed the twilight of his life with the love of his life, Mrs. Janice McAfee, sipping drinks and tripping balls.

Instead, he chose to be a messenger for freedom and personal sovereignty. Because he was not some fringe hippie with no means or connections, the powers that be saw an actual threat in the man, and have to this very day run a campaign to bring McAfee down. When a plantation owner with no slaves, but plenty of resources, announces to the unwitting slaves of the other plantation owners that they are slaves and don't need to be, is it any wonder they turn their eyes, along with their proclivity for lynching, to the man with the bullhorn?

Tune in and listen to the man as he seeks to enlighten you to the mess you're in, and suggest to you the ways in which you might remove yourself from it.

Want more from John McAfee?


McAfee 2020

Aug 18, 201942:41
Logocentrifugal 82 - Joe "The Kubrick of Jersey Shore" Vrola
Aug 18, 201901:22:59
Logocentrifgual 81 - Dev "A deep crystal brightly, or some such nonsense"
Aug 15, 201901:13:38
Logocentrifgual 80 - Justin "Everything to gain, and nothing Deleuze" Murphy
Aug 01, 201901:35:16
Logocentrifugal 79 - Phillip "Am I still laconic after 90 minutes of talking?" Eubanks

Logocentrifugal 79 - Phillip "Am I still laconic after 90 minutes of talking?" Eubanks

Phillip Eubanks is a genuine and decent human.

He's been one of the most ardent supporters of this podcast, and of my work in general, and I was curious to see what makes the man tick. So, I invited him on the podcast to get a better understanding of who Phil is, and what his mission is.

I'm very glad I did. 

Many of my guests are already established as notable personalities in their respective realms. Phil is a bit different in this regard. He's been a more behind-the-scenes kind of guy until very recently, but he felt compelled to step out from behind the curtains and take his place on the world stage.

Between developing connections and relationships with several high-impact people on twitter, continuing to develop his professional skills and creating the Laconic Brand of men's accessories, Phil is at a crossroads in his digital life that will be illuminating and informative for many interested in taking similar steps.

Phil has a deep-seated faith that directs and informs his journey, and he speaks of it in similar terms to ones I've often used to discuss that tell-tale sensation that accompanies the tap on the shoulder delivered by your destiny. As has so often recently been the case, we get into matters of creation and creator, and dive into the topics of faith, ascension and signposts of divine purpose.

I really enjoyed getting to know me pal Phil a little better, and I found a very engaged, intelligent and thoughtful man behind the Laconic brand, and I think you'll find Phil a worthwhile man to connect with.

Want more from Phillip Eubanks?


Email List

Laconic Shop

Jul 29, 201901:34:40
Logocentrifugal 78 - Justin C. "Synergetic Eyebrows and Hypnotic Hand Jive" Scott

Logocentrifugal 78 - Justin C. "Synergetic Eyebrows and Hypnotic Hand Jive" Scott

Justin C. Scott has been a pal since shortly after I joined Twitter.

He's also one of the few people I recorded and impression of, and it has been one of the most popular I've done.

Justin is an easy dude to befriend. He's relentlessly positive, and constantly offering up insights into how to shift the flows of energy of the layers beneath the surface. There's a very cathartic energy that comes from Justin's videos and thoughts, and it's a gift that is rare at any age but especially for a man in his twenties.

Some people seem to be fountains of wisdom from birth, and Justin is one such. It was a pleasure to have a conversation with him, and we dive into a rich conversation that travels the roads of the subconscious, the spirit, the creative aspects of our nature while we synthesize what we can into concepts and practices that can enhance your connection and capacity to engage with the underlying energetic flows of existence in a more harmonious manner.

We get pretty far out there in this conversation, but there is an uncommon tendency for each of us to attempt to distill something concrete out of even the most ethereal and uncertain realms of thought, as we adventure through this metaphysical call and response. There's a whole world of thoughts to explore based upon this conversation, and I doubt that there is anyone who would not be better for having done so.

Let us blow your mind out into deep space, and then try to guide you back.

Want more from Justin C. Scott?



Further Resources

Jul 29, 201901:28:41
Logocentrifugal 77 - Matt S. "President: Tool Fans for World Peace" Stephens

Logocentrifugal 77 - Matt S. "President: Tool Fans for World Peace" Stephens

Jul 29, 201901:20:37
Logocentrifugal 76 - Shadeed "I'm not an optimist, I just play one on TV" Q. Eleazer
Jul 25, 201901:37:17
Logocentrifugal 75 - Niels "The Nose-Gasm Guru"
Jul 22, 201902:02:13
Logocentrifugal 73 - Adam "One day we'll all be techno-wizards" Kokesh

Logocentrifugal 73 - Adam "One day we'll all be techno-wizards" Kokesh

Adam Kokesh is a man on a mission.

A while back, I put out a call to my audience for interesting guests I might bring on the podcast. Adam was one of the first names dropped, and was quickly seconded.

He was ready to make that happen, so we got the ball rolling, and I'm very glad we did. The dude has passion flooding out of him, and it's all about dismantling the onerous federal government in a methodical and systematic way, then returning the function of government back to the states, and removing the compulsory participation in any government whether federal, state, county or city. 

Many of you know I'm a radical personal-sovereignty advocate, and this is a message I can get behind. It was a pleasure to sit down and have a conversation with a man who's making a serious attempt to win the presidency so that he can abolish the position immediately after signing the necessary executive orders to abolish the federal government.

In the conversation, we touch on his motivations for this mission, a brief rundown of how it would work, why he thinks it's possible to make this work, and quite a lot more.

There's no end of concepts and principles in this episode, and it will lead you to consider things in a new light if you're not already of the Libertarian bent, and even if you are, the actual prescription for accomplishing the goal is much more lucid and rational than the narrative of thoughtless abolishment of the government in favor of instant anarchy.

It was a great conversation, which went well beyond the hour which Adam was originally prepared share. He was very easy to talk to, charismatic and relatable, and there's an obvious and open depth to the man that is truly refreshing in a man running a campaign to become President of the United States, even if for only a day.

Want more from Adam?


The Freedom! Line

Kokesh for President

Jul 17, 201901:32:03
Logocentrifugal 72 - Praetorian "Jesus still loves you, but what the f***" Swift
Jul 16, 201901:43:32
Logocentrifugal 71 - Jonathan "If you think that's magic, you should see my" Pritchard
Jul 15, 201901:25:10
Logocentrifugal 70 - Steel "Backpacking travelers are the worst people" Janz
Jul 15, 201902:08:49
Logocentrifugal 69 - David "It's already too late, but Florida has nice weather" Reaboi

Logocentrifugal 69 - David "It's already too late, but Florida has nice weather" Reaboi

Jul 11, 201945:04
Logocentrifugal 68 - Jean-Jacques "It's not that I'm disagreeable, I just disagree a lot" Theron
Jul 10, 201954:23
Logocentrifugal 67 - Uncle "They haven't done anything to their downstairs...yet" Hotep
Jul 09, 201957:27
Logocentrifugal 66 - Dylan "Wherever I am, there I'm at, and you can be too" Madden
Jul 08, 201901:14:03
Logocentrifugal 65 - Zuby "I have only one name, and there are only two genders" um... Zuby

Logocentrifugal 65 - Zuby "I have only one name, and there are only two genders" um... Zuby

Zuby is something of a sensation on social media and beyond these days. 

It wasn't always so, and he's been on the path to worldwide recognition for more than a decade. It's easy to believe, for those that have never tried, that "overnight success" is something that literally happens overnight. It almost never does, and Zuby has held the faith and walked the line for all these many years and has now become a figure of no small amount of notoriety.

Though I haven't been around to see his growth over the years, I have been around to see his growth over the course of about a year. In that time, I watched him go from a well-respected independent rapper with the uncommon trait of clean lyrics and relentless positivity to a champion of the idea that reality and logic are things that should be held dear by any society that wishes to survive. 

This is the third time I've had the pleasure to sit down for a conversation with me pal Zuby, and he's always been very gracious and thoughtful during these chats. This time was no different, and we discussed quite a few important and relevant ideas in this conversation. It will come as no surprise to those that know either of us that we talked about faith, biological reality, social standards, truth and even a short exploration of hypothetical squirrel societies. 

Needless to say, this was an interesting conversation for the both of us as it is sure to be for you, so I suggest you buckle in and listen to the smooth dulcet tones of the one and only Zuby.

Want more from Zuby?



You can find links to all of Zuby's work from his website as well.

Jul 04, 201901:00:26
Logocentrifugal 64 - King Mohammed "Hold up, I need to chant some Q'uran verses real quick" Afikur Rahman JivanMukti

Logocentrifugal 64 - King Mohammed "Hold up, I need to chant some Q'uran verses real quick" Afikur Rahman JivanMukti

Mohammed Afikur Rahman is unique among all the guests I've had on the podcast, and indeed, of all the people I've met.

This episode was quite bizarre in many ways, and will require a lot of patience if you are to listen to it.

I suggest that you do. 

The JivanMukti, as I mention within the episode, has only a sliver of his experience intersecting with that of what we'll call the "average" person's experience, and because of that, communication with him is something of an experience. During the course of this episode, he made sound effects, chanted, had moments of startling clarity and lucid intelligence, lost his train of thought entirely and played clips of Muezzins all while attempting to relay a grand unified theory of the universe through barely intelligible treatises on the nature of man and physics. 


But, here's the thing, I found myself opening my heart to the man, and listening to what he had to say, taking the time to let his words have their effect on me, and attempting to translate his message into something that other people might understand. Perhaps I succeeded, perhaps I did not, but it was the mere fact that I was able to allow myself to enter that space with him that I found remarkable. 

You can tell that Mohammed is a good hearted dude, and in the moments of clarity he found during the episode, he relayed some very simple dreams for the future. He'd like to see a world purified of the chemical contaminants and psychological poisons that are so ubiquitous in the world today, and to see a return to harmony with the singular truth of existence which exists within each of us and, indeed, in all things.

There's not a lot more I'd like to say about this episode other than this:

Do please give your best attempt at staying in this strange space with us for the duration and see what happens to your experience afterwards.

Want more from Mohammed Afikur Rahman?


And by his request:

Jul 03, 201901:22:43
Logocentrifugal 63 - Ali "The Rabbi's Rabbi" Alexander

Logocentrifugal 63 - Ali "The Rabbi's Rabbi" Alexander

Ali Alexander is a well-know political operator, and a passionate one at that.

I first discovered Ali during my deep dive into narrative warfare and saw that he was able to create a lot of movement around the issues he champions. Then, after a recommendation by one of my fans (who hates to be called a fan), I reached out to Ali to invite him on the podcast.

After I did, and he accepted, I began to pay more attention to what he was doing. One thing that really stands out to me about Ali is his relentlessness and focus on the issue(s) at hand. At almost any hour of night or day, you can find Ali on Twitter or Periscope pushing his current operation with constant content. 

He might do a live Periscope 3-4-5 times per day, or more, and hammer on the same issue. This has proven to be extremely effective and influential, which helps to explain why so many others in the narrative battlegrounds are responding and reacting to Ali's frame so often. He's a smart dude, and has a lot of experience in this realm, and it's clear he knows what he's doing.

Thus, it was interesting for me to be able to sit down with Ali for a short time to pick his brain. What I found in there is much what you would expect:

Dedication, persistence, willfulness and drive.

Some might look at that list and see negative traits, but not me, I see those as necessary ingredients in the recipe of elite success. Add that to the fact that Ali applies those traits to an overarching vision of a world he believes will be better than the one he is shaping it from, and what you get is a man absolutely dedicated to serving his divine mission.

Whether or not you agree with Ali's mission or his tactics, one thing must be said;

Ali Alexander is a force to be reckoned with.

Want more from Ali?



Ditch YouTube

Jul 02, 201928:20
Logocentrifugal 62 - Uncle "It only seems like it doesn't make sense since you think things make sense" Kairos
Jul 01, 201902:04:08
Logocentrifugal 61 - Andrew "A Podcast Guest With Cancer Is Still A Podcast Guest" Laird

Logocentrifugal 61 - Andrew "A Podcast Guest With Cancer Is Still A Podcast Guest" Laird

Andrew Laird, or Drew as his friends call him, is a treasure of a human being.

I am constantly awed by people like Drew. We all get caught up in the day-to-day travails and frustrations of our lives, and it can be difficult to take yourself out of your own frame to gain some perspective on just how lucky you really are. 

It's not that hard when you talk to someone who's battling leukemia. If he were to be wasting away, feeling little hope, and letting the illness get the better of his mind, few would blame him. It's a very daunting and uncertain situation to be in, and to be certain, Drew has been in those places. But that is not what makes him remarkable.

What makes Drew remarkable is the fact that instead of doing what would seem so natural to do, he has instead dedicated himself to turning his illness into an opportunity to bring positivity and perspective into as many lives as he can. He's a physical beast, still going to the gym all the time. He has a YouTube channel dedicated to sharing his moves in the gym, and to educating others about how to do the same, and to sharing his perspective and progress while doing battle with leukemia. 

He also works in the mental health profession, helping others to gain a more useful mental frame from which to operate in the world and overcome their own mental hurdles. The best counselors, I have found, are the ones who've actually lived something that takes deep work and long-suffering struggle to overcome, and that's just what Drew brings to the table.

This was a shorter podcast. Me pal Drew had an afternoon with his family, and I wanted to respect his time, so we kept it pretty short. But, that doesn't mean we didn't get into some very important topics and the like, nor that there isn't a wealth of ideas for you to consider. 

There is. 

We talk dealing with darkness, service as an answer to suffering, faith, family and more in another heartfelt episode of the podcast.



Want more form Andrew?





Jul 01, 201944:19
Logocentrifugal 60 - Joseph "Broseph Smith: The Prophet, Seer and Revelator" Smith
Jun 28, 201901:34:57
Logocentrifugal 59 - Joe "I'm so introverted I collapsed into another dimension where I'm an extrovert" Vrola
Jun 27, 201901:40:42
Logocentrifugal 58 -Hunter "Master of the Mines of Moria" Drew
Jun 21, 201901:30:25
Logocentrifugal 57 - Will "Twice Will The Third" Wilson
Jun 19, 201901:27:07
Logocentrifugal 56 - Jordan "Insert every permutation of a nickname with the letter J in it here" Dixon-Hamilton
Jun 18, 201901:31:16
Logocentrifugal 55 - Chris "Rowboat Renegade" The Primal Man
Jun 17, 201901:06:16
Logocentrifugal 54 - Stephen "Last of the Cane-Masters" Storey
Jun 14, 201901:43:37
Logocentrifugal 53 - The "Agent Huntsman Does Not Actually Exist" Huntsman
Jun 12, 201901:25:15
Logocentrifugal 52 - Ed "On Some Fire-Alarm Type Sh**" Latimore
Jun 11, 201901:19:36
Logocentrifugal 51 - Skip "Dr. Peterson is not your real dad" Conover
Jun 11, 201901:15:46
Logocentrifugal 50 - Dr. Jake "Fly Like A Veigel" Veigel...MD

Logocentrifugal 50 - Dr. Jake "Fly Like A Veigel" Veigel...MD

Dr. Jake is one of the few people I've met online and then met in the physical realm. 

I was pleased to make his acquaintance. He's a good dude, and we met up at a Kurt Vile concert, and then again for lunch. 

I wanted to have him on for several reasons, but one of them is the importance he places upon his family life. It takes a smart and dedicated person to become a doctor, and it is also very expensive to go through all the schooling. Many times many doctors feel so burdened by $100K+ in debt, that they don't start a family until very late, or they neglect the duties at home in favor of the career.

This is understandable not just through the monetary lens, but also because helping people recover from or prevent debilitating injury and/or illness is a very satisfying and rewarding career. 

Dr. Jake Veigel is no different in that sense. He loves having the opportunity to be able to assist top performers to become even better, and to help those will physical limitations obstructing their dreams to be able to remove or mitigate those limitations in order to live a more fulfilling life. I think most people can see how the satisfaction in doing so could end up sucking you in deeper, perhaps, than it is wise to allow.

That's why I find it particularly honorable that Dr. Jake has made sure to prioritize family time and to limit his work life to allow for an appropriate paternal presence in his home. 

We discuss family, adventure, balance and keys to long-term satisfaction and life-long engagement. 

Listen in for some very important lessons on life from a man who has the experience and legitimacy to offer them.

Want more from Dr. Jake Veigel?


Jun 07, 201901:00:09
Logocentrifugal 49 - Akira "You're right, Nihilist, YOU shouldn't have children" the Don
May 30, 201901:00:42
Logocentrifugal 48 - Sean "F*** You Chance" Moore
May 29, 201901:56:28
Logocentrifugal 47 - Jamie "Gaming the game with games within games" Combs
May 28, 201901:26:01
Logocentrifugal 46 - Jeremy "Attachment styles with an attachment of style" Fox

Logocentrifugal 46 - Jeremy "Attachment styles with an attachment of style" Fox

First things first:

On May 7, 2019 a tragedy struck. 

Freya Larsen, who was my sister-in-law's best friend, faced her boyfriend, who held a pistol level with her forehead from approximately a foot away. 

He pulled the trigger once, and delivered Freya a fatal gunshot wound to the head.

Adding to the tragedy, she was well educated in such matters, having served as a social worker in child and family services. She knew the signs, and had even helped friends and family to remove themselves from violent and otherwise abusive relationships in the past.

Nevertheless, even after multiple incidents of physical abuse before that fateful day, she stayed in one herself, and the cost for doing so was her life.

I say this not in judgement, for it is far from my place to do so, but to highlight that even one who knew all the rules, the signs and the potential outcomes of such a relationship could find themselves within the same cycle of abuse that is far more common that anyone would like to admit.

That's why this episode of the podcast exists. 

I felt the need to honor her legacy of service, and fighting for those with no voice, by doing what I could to help educate and inform people about how these kinds of things happen, what to look for in your relationships and in those of your loved ones, how to best prevent yourself from entering into a similar situation and what to do should you find yourself already in one.

So, I reached out to my friend Jeremy Fox. He is a licensed therapist, and was already scheduled to come on the podcast, but when Freya was murdered, I reached out to him and asked if he would be alright with changing the focus of this conversation to one which would serve to help people gain a better understanding of relationships and the problems that can arise within them.

He was very gracious in his consent, and brought his thoughtfulness and expertise to the table with great care.

There are many resources which are mentioned in the show, and Jeremy was kind enough to send me a list to give you guidance on pursuing them if you're interested. You'll find that below.

I'm very grateful to Jeremy for his help in creating this episode to aid in honoring the legacy of Freya Larsen.

Be vigilant. 

Have courage.

Love well.

Want more from Jeremy?



And here is the promised list of resources:

Literature Review for Jeremy Fox LPC Logocentrifugal podcast appearance (5.25.19)

Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find- and Keep- Love

by Amir Levine, MD and Rachel S.F. Heller, MA

I Hate You-- Don’t Leave Me: Understanding the Borderline Personality

by Jerold J. Kreisman

Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care about Has Borderline Personality Disorder

by Paul T. Mason, MS and Randi Kreger

Words Can Change Your Brain: 12 Conversation Strategies to Build Trust, Resolve Conflict, and Increase Intimacy (“compassionate communication” model of conversation)

by Andrew Newberg, MD and Mark Robert Waldman

Resources for female abuse survivors:

Resources for male abuse survivors:

Find an EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapist:

Find a local chapter of NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness):

Vaillant's categorization of defense mechanisms (search for further information)

May 28, 201901:52:42
Logocentrifugal 45 - Paul M. "The dude in the purple robe has a book? That's wicked awesome!" Domenick
May 21, 201901:29:56
Logocentrifugal 44 - Stacii "Thanks Chance, I'll take it from here" Lewis
May 17, 201902:29:09
Logocentrifugal 43 - Jack "Maybe the Poles started the rumor about light-bulbs... let that sink in" Posobiec

Logocentrifugal 43 - Jack "Maybe the Poles started the rumor about light-bulbs... let that sink in" Posobiec

Jack Posobiec, "Poso" if you're part of the team, is a seemingly unstoppable force in the world of political influence, and his nearly half-a-million followers on Twitter can attest to that.

Before I get into it, be advised that the audio on this episode is a bit noisier than usual, because we recorded this episode while Jack was commuting through a noisy Washington, DC. Don't let that deter you.


I became interested in Jack for the second half of the term 'political influence,' because i stumbled across him as I was beginning my research into the mechanisms and influence that narrative has on both our individual lives and the broader cultural impact.

What I saw was much of what I'd been researching at play, and with a very high-degree of impact. It's one thing to read the research on narrative and memetic warfare to be found in the "filetype:pdf" searches on Google, and quite another to see someone using the tools within the research with great effect.

So, I bought Jack's book 4D Warfare to see what I might learn. What I read was easily understood, was tied to real-world examples, and delivered a set of tools and perspectives which could be considered the starter guide to narrative warfare. 

I reached out to Poso because I wanted to dive into some of the mechanics behind the headlines, and to understand how a notable player in the Story Wars decided which battles to fight and what strategies to employ.

He did not disappoint. 

This episode is as dense as granite with tools and tactics to enhance your own ability to wage narrative war, even if it is only to wage it against the narratives that have infiltrated your own life. 

But, if you were so inclined and listened carefully, you'd have an understanding of how to begin to take the fight to the opposition. 

Either way, if you're picking up what was put down in this short but powerful episode, you're never going to see the world the same way again.

Want more from Jack?


One America News Network

4D Warfare

May 14, 201949:31
Logocentrifugal 42 - Jordan "I've worn many masks, and they've all been cult-leader masks" Casstles
May 13, 201901:46:47
Logocentrifugal 41 - Doe "If Hov can get to $900 Million, there's no reason I can't get to $3 Billion" Doobs
May 13, 201901:57:02
Logocentrifugal 40 - Asad "Never mind the haircut, just call me Asad"
May 13, 201901:16:08
Logocentrifugal 39 - Brendon "Skin in the game" Marotta
May 11, 201901:30:20
Logocentrifugal 38 - Dennis Michael "Youth is an attitude, except for everything about your body" Hynes
May 07, 201901:33:14
Logocentrifugal 37 - Liberty "I'm the guy who makes the guy who makes the guy who makes you uncomfortable uncomfortable" Bill
May 06, 201901:48:50
Logocentrifugal 36 - Alli "I think I just created an algorithm" Convington
May 02, 201901:09:23
Logocentrifugal 35 - Steafan "Uber Boil" Fox
Apr 30, 201901:14:11
Logocentrifugal 34 - Nick "I'll either light a fire under your ass, or I'll light your ass on fire" Lowary
Apr 29, 201901:04:20
Logocentrifugal 33 - Victor "Beektor Bahlayntyng" Valentine
Apr 29, 201901:34:45
Logocentrifugal 32 - John "I'm a sperm-donor" Giuffré
Apr 29, 201901:47:54
Logocentrifugal 31 - King "If you see my face, then you must be killed" Atlas
Apr 26, 201901:47:56
Logocentrifugal 30 - Sahil "I don't respond to Bill Gates on Twitter" Lavingia

Logocentrifugal 30 - Sahil "I don't respond to Bill Gates on Twitter" Lavingia

This was the 30th episode of the Logocentrifugal Podcast, and what a great guest to mark the occasion with.

Sahil Lavingia is the mastermind behind, the best and easiest platform for content creators to sell their creations. 

I asked Sahil to come on the podcast because I use Gumroad to sell my ebooks, and also because I heard him on my friend Jose Rosado's (Jose has been on this podcast too) podcast a while back, and I was impressed by the young man.

Sahil has made himself into a multi-dimensional success by implementing intelligent systems consistently over time. In the podcast we get into many tools and mindsets that he has used to achieve the towering level of success that he's reached, and also much of what he mentors Gumroad creators with on a daily basis. 

The man has more conversations with more creators than almost anybody alive, and it would serve you well to listen to the man who has risen so high and assisted so many.

By the way, he's 26 years old.

Want more from Sahil? Go to these places:




Apr 23, 201901:35:55
Logocentrifugal 29 - Sarabeth "There's a difference between MY clean and Noble's clean" Urech
Apr 22, 201901:13:29
Logocentrifugal 28 - Rey "I'm selling a story about how to sell a story about a story that was already a story" Poullard
Apr 22, 201901:19:27
Logocentrifugal 27 - Alexander Juan Antonio "I'm not autistic, I'm just really f****** smart" Cortes
Apr 19, 201901:08:30
Logocentrifugal 26 - Chief Chuck "My wife dresses me, and I'm okay with that" Whitworth
Apr 19, 201957:12
Logocentrifugal 25 - Dr. Ralph "You're one with the universe, unless you're a f****** fugazi" Napolitano
Apr 17, 201901:13:12
Logocentrifugal 24 - Adam "Adam Lane Smith is now a drinking game" Lane Smith
Apr 15, 201901:18:58
Logocentrifugal 23 - Patrice "Living the Liver Life" Adeline
Apr 15, 201956:47
Logocentrifugal 22 - Jeff "The Badass Beard-Boy" Putnam
Apr 15, 201901:19:02
Logocentrifugal 21 - Johnny "I want my oil on a billion bodies" Noble
Apr 14, 201901:14:32
Logocentrifugal 20 - Larry "What the f*** is this duck?" Chiang
Apr 12, 201901:43:13
Logocentrifugal 19 - Jose "I won't even tell you my IQ because I don't want to make you jealous, but it's...pretty high" Rosado
Apr 11, 201901:32:44
Logocentrifugal 18 - Benjamin "Many Lands, No Home" George
Apr 09, 201901:01:40
Logocentrifugal 17 - Nathan "Ahm About Tuh Blow Yer Mahnd About Money Raht Now" Dean
Apr 09, 201901:11:25
Logocentrifugal 16 - Billy "Bless your heart, but if you give me a nickname then you ain't right" Red Horse
Apr 03, 201901:12:42
Logocentrifugal 15 - Hotep "Don't ask me why I'm Hotep Jesus" Jesus
Mar 27, 201901:04:46
Logocentrifugal 14 - Aedonis "It's Uh-Donis not A-Donis or B-Donis" Bravo
Mar 25, 201958:36
Logocentrifugal 13 - P.D. "No, not Petey, letter P letter D" Mangan
Mar 25, 201901:07:02
Logocentrifugal 12 - Hooa "I am he who must not be named" Fury
Mar 25, 201901:26:46
Logocentrifugal 11 - Bobby "Fancy Hats" Dino
Mar 20, 201954:01
Logocentrifugal 10 - Joe "Average Is The Enemy...And You Must Karate Chop The Enemy" Hart
Mar 18, 201901:22:47
Logocentrifugal 9 - Tanei "The Science Guy...Plus Magick" Ricks, PHD