FROM THIS EPISODE
First... a story about a wrong guy in the wrong place, with all the wrong documentation. Moran Cerf is an actual person who really seems to have stepped out of a novel. Born in Israel, he's been a hacker, bank robber, storyteller, neuroscientist and more. In this story the elements of his life collide in one awkward moment that is very difficult to explain away.
Moran Cerf is a professor of neuroscience and business at the Kellogg School of Management and the neuroscience program at Northwestern university. He’s been hacker, furniture-designer, pilot, radio host, and filmmaker. Currently he’s the Alfred P. Sloan professor at the American Film Institute, and is a multiple-time Moth Grand-Slam storytelling champion.
Courtesy of Moran Cerf
Next... a story about a person, who's in danger of blowing up at any moment. Doug’s father had reached a point in his old age, where he had become an unpredictable danger to himself and others, and Doug was determined to try and swoop in to fix everything. But diffusing a bomb is a delicate operation, and Doug soon found out that a human bomb who happens to be your father, can be the most dangerous of all.
Doug Bost is a screenwriter and short story writer living in Brooklyn. He's written a short film called Policy of Truth, about experiences with his dad and Alzheimer’s. It’s currently on the festival circuit.
Doug Bost and his Father Jim
Courtesy of Doug Bost
Finally... a story from Greg David Jones, who served in the army, where real bombs and real danger are an every day concern. And where a little luck might save your life.
Greg David Jones is an actor, comedian, and writer who has appeared on television and commercials. His one man show is called Lucky.
Greg Jones in his Army days
Courtesy Greg Jones
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