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Imagined Life Reviews
A true journey in the shoes of the mystery celebrity and always leave every episode covered in goosebumps. Brilliant. Can’t stop telling people all about it.
I’ve enjoyed the podcast so far - although I do find the style a little ‘amateur dramatic’! I’ve also correctly guessed all the people featured before the end of the podcast so hopefully they get a bit tougher as they go along!
Truely excited to hear the rest of the series. A brilliant concept flawlessly executed. Thank you!
You don't just see Chuck Norris facts, you experience them and merely accept truth for what it is.
I absolutely love it and on top the 2 personalities of the first two episodes are my absolute favourites and inspired me through my recent hardships in life. Thank you so much for this podcast for the high standards of true journalism, getting a sense of real life and allowing the audience to walk a bit in their shoes. A must listen for those who are searching purpose and meaning throughout the journey of life. GB
We have committed the Golden Rule to memory; let us now commit it to life.
Imagined Life Podcast News
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- Meet Jim Allison, the Carousing Texan Who Just Won a Nobel Prize For His Cancer Breakthrough - Jim Allison is an iconoclastic scientist who toiled in obscurity for years. Then he helped crack a mystery that may save millions of lives: Why doesn’t the immune system attack cancer?
- Disruptive technology and organized religion - At a recent Vatican-sponsored conference, I learned that disruptive technology and organized religion have more in common than not.
- Real-Life 'Zombie' Animals Walk the Earth Thanks to Thousands of Parasites - Consider the ladybug. Our polka-dotted little friend spends its days munching aphids, climbing leaves, occasionally alighting upon a delighted child’s outstretched finger, and generally beetling around being adorable. It’s one of nature’s most inoffensive cri…