Wes `scoop' Nisker | Crazy Wisdom Saves the World Again

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Crazy Wisdom Saves the World Again

by Wes `scoop' Nisker

An acclaimed solo comedy show with original songs, all about the human condition, evolution, cosmology and the joys and sorrows of living in the modern age.
Genre: Spoken Word: Satire
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1. In the Beginning
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2. The Big Question
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3. Trickster Universe
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4. Reality Mind
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5. Cosmic Fatality
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6. Subatomic Shuffle
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7. Fact of Life
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8. A New Calendar
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9. Tales of a Generation
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10. Boomer's Song
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11. Growing Up Absurd
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12. New Age Blues
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13. Buddha On My Mind
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14. The Buish People
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15. Good News -- Bad News
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16. The Decline and Slide
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17. The God Problem
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18. Divine Natural Abundance
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19. Becoming Human
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20. Big Brained Animal
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21. Hope Evolves
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Acclaimed by the New York Times, Utne Reader, The San Francisco Chronicle, Tom Robbins, Jack Kornfield, Ram Dass, and many others, the solo show on this DVD is comedy about all of us; it's about the human condition, the latest from astronomers and evolutionary psychologists, the state of the environment, our political and economic blunders, and the joys and sorrows of living in the modern age.

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