PHILADELPHIA (JSC) — What’s Up y’all! So, ummm, if you’ve noticed, a few things have changed around here at the good ol’ Mothership. The #JSCBlog has become JayScottSmith.com, for starters. It’s been years in the making getting this blog to become an actual site and over the course of the next few weeks, you’re going to see all of the changes. JSC Radio has become much more of a THING since I last posted here back in September. The People’s Podcast still doesn’t have a set genre, which is by design. I’ve taken to calling it a lifestyle podcast. It’s a podcast that uses sports as a backdrop for everyday life. In the Last few months, the show has expanded from Soundcloud, iTunes and Stitcher Radio to adding Google Play to the network! Also, as you’ve seen on the JSC Radio page, we’re now up to 38 full episodes, with the most recent dropping last night. Going forward, expect there to be an update every week when a new show drops — usually, but not always — every Thursday. The show is also on Twitter at @JSCRadio!
Head over to the JSC Radio page to catch up on Episodes 18-37 including where I interviewed a rising star at ESPN, talked to a dynamic young woman who is changing the way we look at Feminism, managed to apologize — then un-apologized — to the Detroit Lions, talked about Ric Flair’s greatest hour, and we passed a milestone one-year anniversary that also talked about WrestleMania and so much more. There’s also the detail of This Week’s show, where I get serious about mental health, Steve Stephens, and Aaron Hernandez.
Coming up on this week’s episode of JSC Radio:
- My thoughts on Aaron Hernandez and on how he deserves no sympathy from you or anyone.
- How Steve Stephens put thousands of Black Men in danger with his foolishness.
- How their examples of Toxic Masculinity should not be lumped in with people dealing with real mental health issues.
- My personal battles with Depression and Anxiety.
- My take on Social Media making idiots and monsters out of sane people.
- Plus, (lightening the mood) how Serena Williams is actually a Superhero and we bid farewell to Bill O’Reilly.
Also, in conjunction with this week’s show, if you or someone you know is struggling through a difficult time and you fear for their safety, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255.
I want to thank those of you who continue to support JSC Radio and continue to help this show grow day by day. Feel free to support this show by subscribing, sharing links, giving me a rating and a review on iTunes, Google Play, and/or Stitcher and telling others as I continue to build this thing.
Until Next Time, That’s The Way It Is. Friday, April 21, 2017.
Take Care, God Bless, Always Dare to Be Different, and G.O.M.A.B. Σ