atypical:: Pokemon No?

by Matt Mooney

With so much wild and bad going on in our world, Matt decides to ignore it all and instead be distracted by this Pokemon’ Go phenomenon instead.  With interviews, dialogue and confessions, this episode finds its way to discussing race, healthcare, community and loss- all of that, from a failed attempt to forego the hard for the Pokey.

What is Pokemon’ Go (Rolling Stone)

Pokemon’ Creator & Autism 

America’s Distaste For Clinton & Trump




Music from

  • Cajun Theme by Martin de Boer (NiGiD)
  • To This by Tobias Weber

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Katherine & Jay Wolf are parents, communicators, and survivors.  in 2008, Katherine’s life nearly ended with a catastrophic stroke. Miraculously, she survived and continues her recovery to this day. Katherine and Jay have shared their journey of whole-hearted living and hope in Christ for over seven years, through many successful digital and in-person forums. The response to their authentic sharing has been so overwhelmingly positive that they formalized their ministry, Hope Heals (, into a non-profit corporation for which they both currently work full-time. Katherine, Jay, and James currently reside in Los Angeles, CA.

Hope Heals 

Hope Heals Book 


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