2100

2100

By Jason N. Peters

This podcast series is a time capsule left for the people of 2100 to dissect and find with it what they want. Host Jason Peters is fascinated with the idea of time and the possibilities that come with time and new technologies. In this series Jason discusses the future of many subjects in hopes of becoming the most popular podcast of 2100.

Episodes

ANTIQUES.

*Scoop Cooper* sold a single antique for more than a quarter of a million dollars, *Adam Stevens* lives in a country where everything is an antique, & *Sheena* discusses the value of her belongings. It's tiqi time! We're talkin' tiquey and getting freaky! Antiques for your ass cheeks! Please like and subscribe to the show! Share it with a friend! Follow @Jpeters2100 on all things social media. The Philadelphia Inquirer Story of Scoop Cooper: https://www.inquirer.com/life/christies-auction-queen-anne-chair-philadelphia-flyers-bruce-cooper-20190327.html YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JRX7IwagjU
02/03/2155m 49s

PROXIMITY TO HISTORY.

*Stephen Lambdin,* who represented the United States in the 2016 Rio Olympics discusses his experiences as an Olympian, journalist *Jon Farina* talks about his experience at the Capitol Insurrection January 6th 2021, and *Randy Credico* talks about his involvement with the Sandinistas, his experience on Johnny Carson's Show, and his relationship with Roger Stone & the Mueller Report. Randy Credicos's Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96cUhhiUhw4&t=2545s ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=2545s&v=96cUhhiUhw4 ) Jon Farina's Amazing Footage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_94jF4y6LlU Stephen Lambdin Fighting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86XJCXKLbd4
23/02/211h 7m

FIRST SIX MONTHS OF 2020.

In an attempt to accurately explain the first six months of 2020, a historically significant year - host Jason Peters interviews a variety of civilians and experts about their experience during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mummers, 6ix9ine, COVID, George Floyd & everything in between. Guests include: Jimmy Harrity ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1brE-OJ50A ) (Jason's cousin & co-worker), Jon Ehrens (producer of WHYY's Radio Times and musician from Repelican ( https://repelican.bandcamp.com/ ) ), Alexandra Hunt ( https://twitter.com/AlexandraMHunt_ ) (healthcare worker), Alicia Ault ( https://twitter.com/aliciaault?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor ) (healthcare writer), James Meyer (bartenders & Ink Master ( https://www.paramountnetwork.com/episodes/b7h9mu/ink-master-rep-your-region-season-13-ep-1 ) human canvas), and Benjamin Dixon (host of the Benjamin Dixon Show ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMCioqY4zblWt7Uw0E0VTGA ) ). Music by: Dylan Hale, Repelican, Tierra Whack, Nintendo, CATS, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Billie Eilish, & Kendrick Lamar Audio from: Bob Woodward, CBS, GMA Please like and subscribe - follow @Jpeters2100 on Twitter Learn about the host: http://jasonadjacent.com/
16/02/211h 23m

Help Make the Open Source Episode

*Help write an episode of 2100:* https://docs.google.com/document/d/1H-yPM3psR_7wKqzrY0bovsflsfXRCABVHPQ1XP6IDFc/edit?usp=sharing
15/12/203m 16s

Stories From Youth

A monkey murder story (minute 31) & a police chase through a freight train (minute 51) are just two of the amazing stories shared from guests on this episode. This episode touches places all over the map, Chumi Gonzalez essentially co-hosts while sharing stories from Paraguay & New York. Returning guest and inventor of the foam finger Steve Chmelar shares a story about stealing and British Pop-Artist, Romel, talks about getting bullies in Nigeria. We touch Europe, Africa, South America, Iowa, and the East Coast with this one. Romel knocked Drake off of the Pop Charts ( https://www.dailystar.co.uk/music/rising-stars-romels-chart-busting-22316215 ) in the UK in June 2020. Stream his single here - https://romel.ffm.to/mind_blown
13/07/201h 11m

The Niagara Falls Project - Part One

Host, Jason N. Peters went to Niagara Falls Canada & New York to interview the Mayor of Niagara Falls Canada & New York. This episode is an introduction to The Niagara Falls Project, a 2-pronged sociological experiment. First, Jason asked Mayor Rob Restaino & Mayor Jim Diodati the same exact 21 questions to highlight the differences & similarities between two leaders. The second part of the project: Jason Peters has gifted both Mayors physical time capsules that are to be kept in their respective City Hall's until 2100. These time capsules must be brought together in order to understand the hidden message. Thank you & happy 2100. - @jpeters2100
14/06/201h 32m

Interview with Chuck Coonradt - Gamification Part 2

In this interview, Jason Peters speaks with Charles "Chuck" Coonradt - the man Forbes Magazine dubbed "the Grandfather of Gamification." The two discuss how Chuck's book "The Game of Work" turned into the principle behind Silicon Valley's strategy to win your attention. This is a discussion about the evolution of an idea from 1985 - 2020 and into 2100. These are cautionary tales about how ideas adapt. https://www.forbes.com/sites/kenkrogue/2012/09/18/5-gamification-rules-from-the-grandfather-of-gamification/#4606f8c239f2
11/05/2033m 59s

Our Favorite Things.

This episode leaves behind a list of the people of 2020's Favorite Things for the people of 2100. The primary guests are the We Love Philly Crew - reach them here for all of their charitable doings. https://welovephilly.org/ Official Guest List includes: We Love Philly Kids & Carlos Ant Brown Greg Yeager Sarah Ahmad Katie Chiodo Billie Proffitt Jon Schmidt Cynthia Chindamo Chris Mustakas James Meyer Dana McGoldrick Geronimo Pancake Mayor Jim Diodati of Niagara Falls, CA Booty from Booty&theKidd Kierceton Keller Scoop Cooper Marlie Derstine Teenagers from Thailand Steve Chmelar Dave Lisowski Andrea Lopez Robin Haijes
20/04/2044m 5s

Guantanamo Bay

Latif Nasser of WYN'c Radiolab joins host of 2100 - Jason Peters to unpack the intricacies of Guantanamo Bay for the people of the future. For some reason, the episode is also Jazz themed, blame Jason for that. Make sure to check out "The Other Latif" on Radiolab, they truly do amazing work. Latif journeyed to Gitmo in search of another man named Latif Nasser who is being held at the Guantanamo Bay detention center.
13/04/2045m 9s

Hahnemann & Hahnemann Hospital's History

In this episode of 2100 - host *Jason N. Peters* uses the *Hahnemann Hospital Controversy* as a lens to view the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic through. In this episode Jason tells the history of Samuel Hahnemann and the hospital with his namesake to journalist *Colt Shaw.* We then go into the current controversy in which *Joel Freedman* and his private equity company refused to lend the hospital to the people of Philadelphia during this unprecedented disaster. Sources: https://drexel.edu/now/archive/2019/November/An-Exhibit-Epitaph-Honoring-171-Years-of-Hahnemann-History/ https://whyy.org/articles/many-fear-hahnemanns-story-will-send-a-message-buying-a-failing-hospital-pays/ http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com/freemasons_history_germany.html https://www.acsh.org/news/1999/10/01/homeopathy-and-its-founder-views-of-a-british-researcher https://www.livescience.com/31977-homeopathy.html https://www.britannica.com/biography/Samuel-Hahnemann
05/04/201h 1m

Gamification, Catching Up, & Homeroom

In this episode, Jason Peters explores the growing phenomena of Gamification & catches up with a friend from home room he hasn't seen in seven years. The two of them have a "gamified interview" in which they must go year by year and recap their lives, each year only gets 5 minutes. This episode features music by Booty&theKidd.
28/03/201h 11m

East Germany, the Berlin Wall, & Egon Krenz.

This episode is the first episode of the *Borders Series.* This weeks guest is Loren Balhorn, a contributing editor for Jacobin Magazine & notable German history buff. We talk to him about his experience interviewing Egon Krenz, the last dictator of East Germany & to clarify the story of Germany for all of history. Jacobin Article: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2019/11/east-germany-egon-krenz-berlin-wall Music by Prezz Carter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dP36GuRXHI
15/03/201h 14m

Halftime Update

This is not an episode - Jason Peters needed time to handle some podcast business. The Borders series starts next week.
09/03/203m 51s

What Are We Doing Right?

In this episode, we attempt to speak about what the people of 2019 and 2020 are doing correctly. Host Jason Peters has almost nothing positive to say, so he let’s Geronimo Pancake 2.0 host the show! *The guests are amazing - Darryl Reynolds* of the 2016 National Champion Villanova Wildcats, author & prolific feminist / cultural critic *Jamilah Lemieux,* stand-up comedian *Eric Schmidt,* social media influencer *Ashley Goyette,* artist from the band *Why? - Yoni Wolf,* two men Jason met in Rittenhouse Square named *Matt Ding and Quan. * There is an absurd amount of 4 Non Blondes featured in this episode.
01/03/2051m 5s

Posting & Social Media

Posting is the point of being alive. Without posting and social media, we simply wouldn't have any reason to do anything. This episode is all about the advancements in communication that have changed the way we behave. From "like for rating" to the Arab Spring uprising, off we go! Guests: model & influencer Ashley Goyette, Jeff Dutton of the Sloppy Boys, comedian Andrea Lopez, and flat-earther Marilyn Spirit Level.
24/02/2049m 29s

Modern Dating

Let Comedian, New York Times Best-Selling Author ( http://www.lanemoore.org/how-to-be-alone/ ) , & Host of Tinder Live ( https://www.lanemoore.org/tinder-live/ ) - *Lane Moore* talk about her experience dating and what she thinks will change, compared to what Entertainment Journalist ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbFE7haR2fU ) & Producer ** *Adam Stevens* ( https://www.adamstevens.uk/ ) (based out of the UK). On top of that comedian & voice-over ( http://www.schmidteric.com/welcome ) actor *Eric Schmidt* reassures us of how easy dating can be. Lastly, Jason and *Colin Pawlowski* ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFnXb9AwiUE ) ** speak about the similarities between straight dating & gay dating. Follow us on social media @Jpeters2100 & @2100Pod Also - subscribe, rate, & review!
17/02/2054m 12s

Work Sucks, I Know.

Episode Four of 2100 is hosted by Artificial Intelligence Program "Geronimo Pancake" as well as Jason Peters. We examine the nature of work, why we work, & will we work? This episode features: Andrea Lopez, Master Chef Rich Rosendale, Tim Kalpakis of the Sloppy Boys, Samora Hayward, & Wayne Von Stinky Sandwich.
10/02/2050m 27s

The Story of Philly Jesus

Through a great deal of serendipity - Jason Peters wrote and published a cover story for Philadelphia Weekly about Philly Jesus after recording and producing an entire podcast episode about him. Michael Grant is a man who dresses up like Jesus daily and walks around the city of Philadelphia. The audio will explain itself here. https://philadelphiaweekly.com/he-is-risen/ This podcast episode is all about drug addiction, religion, and Philadelphia. Episode Three of 2100 features Jason speaking to Michael Grant aka *"Philly Jesus"* about his life as Philly Jesus.. Jason ties together why this story is an accurate representation of life in 2019/2020 and why it's important for the people of 2100 to hear.
03/02/201h 26m

Mental Health

Uh oh, this one is a little too close to home for guest Jason Peters, time to put on your serious hat and learn about mental illness. Jason goes to NAMI Philly ( https://namiphilly.org/ ) to speak with Amy Federer about the future of mental health. Also, Yoni Wolf ( https://yoniwolf.bandcamp.com/ ) from the band WHY? ( https://whywithaquestionmark.com/ ) speaks up on how mental health has affected his life & his thoughts on the future. "This is for my fans who are suicidal. Why kill yourself when you can go and kill a rival? Why hate yourself, when you can hate the competition?" - Vince Staples This podcast features musical samplings from WHY?, the Temptations, Royce da 5' 9, Vince Staples, Fat Joe, Nelly, and the Beatles. Follow @JPeters2100 on all social and go to https://jasonadjacent.com/
27/01/201h 13m

The Most Played Video Game On Earth: The Lonely T-Rex

In the Season 2 Premiere - host of the 2100 Jason Peters ( https://jasonadjacent.com/ ) interviews the Google UI Designer Sebastien Gabriel ( https://sebastien-gabriel.com/ ) about his role in creating the most played video game in human history. This episode also features Jason's appearance on WHIP's "Wake Up Call" with Victoria Leese and Lindsay Muraskin. This episode also features custom music by Tripel AAA ( https://soundcloud.com/tripelaaa ) , as well as samples of Chance the Rapper, Bon Iver, Lil Uzi Vert, and the Nintendo Company. We also read an article published by Google, refer to an email interview with Edward Jung, and this article by Kevin Webb. ( https://www.businessinsider.com/video-game-industry-120-billion-future-innovation-2019-9 ) Thanks for listening - please follow the show @2100Pod on Twitter or just follow Jason at @Jpeters2100.
20/01/2048m 6s

Season One - Finale

Host Jason Peters vows that if the podcast series gets over 15,000 total listens, he will walk from Philadelphia to Atlantic City and then walk into the ocean. These are some closing words for the people of the future. It's not goodbye, it's see you soon. Host Ronnie Paskanik interviews amateur futurist, writer, and producer Jason Peters.
24/04/191h 30m

Homelessness & Roller Coasters

What a wacky title for my least listened to episode! Least listened to? Yep, because no one wants to hear about homelessness - maybe the roller coasters thing will suck some of you in. Regardless, thanks to guests Mike, Fred, Tom Hartwell, Becky Black, and Adam Stevens. Music by Gape ft. Swug Based Jesus
17/04/1940m 57s

Better or Worse? LIVE ON 2100-FM RADIO

I kinda don't want to put anything in the description. But I guess I gotta for the SEO. Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... WE'RE BRINGING THE SOUND OF RADIO TO THE PEOPLE OF 2100. Host Jason Peters asks multiple people about what will be better, the future or the present. Also, there are many guests - Scott Boches returns, Ronnie, Jimmy, Shareef - the favs. Also a surprise co-host & some silly songs. This episode is sponsored by Toothpaste "for that great tooth taste!" & also sponsored by The People for Cheese Beefman.
10/04/1954m 1s

April Fools' Day

Had to google "April Fools Day" to find out there's an apostrophe. Jason starts this episode drunk, then loses his voice by the end. There wasn't supposed to be an episode released, but you've been fooled. Listen to the first episode if you're confused.
01/04/1929m 50s

Stupidity

In a very different type of episode - host and producer Jason Peters takes an avant-garde approach to what a podcast is. This is essentially a time capsule of stupidity for the people of 2100 to understand much of the stupidity we live with in 2019. Enjoy!
25/03/1956m 34s

Gettysburg

What is the future of a small and historic town? Host Jason Peters spent the day speaking with Mayor of Gettysburg Ted Streeter and Jeffrey Gabel - head of the Gettysburg Majestic Theater to talk about the changing times and all things Gettysburg. You ready to learn, stupid?
18/03/191h 26m

The Beury (Boner 4ever) Building

On the 3700 block of N. Broad Street, sits the largest abandoned building in Philadelphia - written on this registered landmark are the words "BONER FOREVER" and "FOREVER BONER." Funny right? If you'd like to know more about that, then you'll need to listen to this episode. In this episode host, Jason Peters talks with Maria Sourbeer - VP of Development for Shift Capital (the company who owns the Beury Building) about the changing face of Philadelphia and the transformation of a building throughout time.
11/03/191h 1m

Media

This episode of 2100 is a delightful blend of educational conversations and nonsense. Jason spoke to 5 media professionals from various backgrounds. The media landscape is ever changing and vast - what will it look like in 2100? We speak to 3 professors, an advertising executive, and a British entertainment journalist. Enjoy! Believe Geico. They can save you.
02/03/191h 18m

Steve Chmelar & the Foam Finger

Steve Chmelar invented the foam finger. Host of the show Jason Peters tracked him down to tell his story to the people of the future. This podcast as of 2/24/2019 is the only known record of this story & I'm happy to share it with everyone.
25/02/1958m 20s

Road Trips

Transportation improves exponentially throughout time. The first automobile was created in 1885, cars weren't accessible to the general public until around 1950, in 2019 we have cars that drive themselves. What will "Cars" or "Travel" be like in 2100? Frivolous travel by car is a 1st world luxury that requires freedom. Road Trips, as they exist in their current form will not exist in 2100. Host - Jason Peters speaks with friends and guests Cynthia Chindamo & Scott Boches about crazy road trip stories, make it til' then end and you'll get to hear a drunk man berate Jason in rural Colorado!
18/02/1959m 13s

Valentine's Day - Love

About a week or two after host Jason Peters went through a major break up. Jason Peters and his best friend (baseball player) Scott Boches talk about the troubles of dating in your 20's, the future of love, and discuss the Valentine's Day! This episode will give future generations great perspective into the mindset of a man alive in 2019.
11/02/1954m 22s

Pets

In the Spring of 2018, Jason Peters spent a day with ACCT Philly, the Animal Control unit for the City of Philadelphia. The majority of the episode is spent with Vincent Medley, who was the Executive Director for ACCT Philly from 2015-2018. We discuss many things in an interview that goes off the rails. Please subscribe and share, happy 2100!
04/02/191h 10m

2100 - The Introduction Episode

2100 is a podcast series meant to be a time capsule left for future people. In every episode we will talk about the future of a different topic, however this episode is just explaining the premise and talking about the scope of time. This show is edited, hosted, produced, and written by Jason Peters - a slightly overweight sad man from Philadelphia. If you're reading this in 2100 - cool!
22/01/1932m 30s
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