Ep 23 – Friday After Next, The Musical



The Creek Burger Recipe. Lionel Richie is a jerk. Never look into the eyes of a blind man. Fear vs. terror. Changing famous movies into musicals. Felicia vs. Mrs. Parker. Seasoned meat. Never Poo at home. Flat feet are trash.

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Ep 22 – Creek Refuses to Die



Creek comes to you from the discomfort of one of the worst hotel rooms ever. Last words from Prince. No Niche?!?!? Terrible restaurants. Creek won’t die for anyone. Love doesn’t exist. It’s ok to slap your wife’s hand. Juice is bad for you.

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Ep 21 – Fellas…the ‘stache…



How to repel asthmatic men. French terrorism. Educate yourself. Niche’s bad language. The pen vs. the gun. Most useful advice from family members. Irrational men? New health tip of the week. Creek is a racist.

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Ep 20 – Canadians Can’t Say the N Word



Niche is back!

Drake vs. Pusha. Creek’s unlikely love for obscure lady songs. Niche’s peach tea. Scariest movie ever. You’re Beyonce. Embrace the imperfections that Creek hates about you. RIP to a dear friend…and Jim Carey. Rosanne Bar. Escuchar. SZA’s unknown filmography.

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Ep. 19 – We all look the same with the lights off



Where’s Ms. Purdy? Race isn’t scientific. Don’t send your kids to school. Cheating Ramadan. Bucket lists. Recruiting LeBron. Creek brings this episode of Poor Paddle to you from the good ol’ Buckeye State. Enjoy!

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The Flickering Mind



“O Krishna, the flickering mind is certainly turbulent, strong and obstinate; I think that subduing the mind is more difficult than the wind” (Bhagavadgītā 6:34). 

This quote really resonates with me. It expresses a sentiment that I have always believed in but was not articulate enough to phrase it so eloquently. The four adjectives used describe the human mind perfectly in my opinion. Most of our minds are very much flickering, which causes us to be fickle and unable to make healthy decisions consistently. Thoughts control our actions, and we do not take the time to stabilize our thinking. The oddest thing about the way we are built is that we must use our minds to figure out how to fix our minds. Where do we start? I think we start by admitting that we are uneducated and unstable, which will cause us to seek knowledge and understanding. However, most of us are too dumb to know that we are dumb. That is why I often say that children are smarter than adults. They do not have the wisdom, knowledge, and experience of adults, but their brains are more malleable because they have not had time to form hard opinions and bad habits yet. It is easier for them to make positive change and accept shifts in paradigm. For some of us, no matter how much evidence we see, we refuse to allow anything to convince us that what we “know” is incorrect. The fact that our minds are so strong is often detrimental to the probability of enlightenment. I think this is why Raja yoga is so popular outside of Hinduism. Some people realize that mental and spiritual health is the first step to achieving mental health. Once I can control my mind, controlling my body and my surroundings is a piece of cake. 


Atman is Brahman



The Hindu and Jainist answers to questions about Self and God are very appealing to me. In my personal spiritual journey, I’ve wrestled with the idea of whether adherence to an established religion is necessary. I’ve been searching to find the one that most closely aligns with the thoughts and feelings that I’ve developed through my experiences and studies. A lot of the Hindu ideas are ones that I have been flirting with for a few years now, without having ever studied much Hinduism. I just hadn’t heard/read them articulated in that way. I too believe that the popular idea of our individual and collective identities is warped.  

Since I was a child, I have often felt a sense of detachment from my own body and maybe even my own natural consciousness, wondering “why am I here,” “who am I,” or even “what am I?” I’ve never been satisfied with the answers that I received from my mostly Christian elders. Like the Upanishads, I believe that humans are in a broad state of ignorance of self and reality, which is perpetuated by our desire to describe life in absolutes through theories created by our limited knowledge and aptitude. 

The idea that there is a supreme being that exists inside of every existing being is one that I find extremely acceptable. Speaking very transitively, if I create something, and that thing creates something (and so on), each of those things reflect my work, existence, and identity. Everything that I create is a piece of me, or vice versa. One of the schools of thought that I identify with always talks about knowledge of self and that being the path to physical, emotional, and mental freedom. Since many of us don’t have true knowledge of what’s within, we have a lot of inner turmoil that spills into our relationships with everything outside of us. The idea of Atman takes that even further. Atman is our true self that is unchanging and independent of the body, mind, soul, and feelings. That is something that I am interested in exploring further. It may be the reason that I haven’t been able to answer some of those internal questions that I spoke about earlier.  

It seems like our ideas of being range from very concrete to extremely fluid. I can BE upset or happy, but those are temporary. I can BE an American, but that is based on a geo-political boundary that hasn’t always existed and that can change in the future. But I will always BE ME, and what that entails is what needs exploration and can be addressed with the idea of “Atman is Brahman.” Even without speaking about the presence of a deity, the sense that everything in existence is connected is an easy pill to swallow. 

Reading some of these Hindu answers just makes me want to delve in more! So far, I see a lot of truth in what I have read and heard. It makes a lot of sense and blends into ideas that I’ve already explored and accepted as high-probability answers to my own questions of existence.

Perhaps oddest thing about how we perceive our own identity is that we often do so through the eyes of others. With that, as other people’s opinions change, so too does our identity. To me that makes our identities as fickle as our emotions, which CAN’T be the true essence of our individual existence.


Ep. 18 – Pitbulls in Prison



Creek’s enchanting voice. Run through your goals and do the D-X “suck it” sign. Creek vs. pit-bulls. Disappearing internet. Sense control. Ramadan. No such thing as dinosaurs. All this and more on this episode of middle Georgia’s favorite podcast (self-proclaimed).

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Ep 17 – Stealing G-d’s Shine



Quotes from a dope poet. Jesus was a black Muslim. Thoughts on Kanye’s crazy @$$. Stop giving a shyt. A sleep deprived Creek rants about everything you shouldn’t care about.  #starBuckSmash #dontDecideToNotRide

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Ep. 16 – Emancipation



Ghani is back in the studio! Still saying nothing, though. Tune in as we discuss everything from Meek, to the Sixers, “public figures” on social media, and more! Creek makes a weird promise. #starBuckSmash

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