Pontus is all alone today
The story about the five birds
A new accent is invented
Shnes shus shloff shenf shriff
Pontus has like more of a general direction than specific goals
This talk critisizing our obsession with goals The goal of having goals
Mindstorms, a book by Seymour Papert about education
Workshops with The Original Trio Rethinking education
The Art of Hanging Up
Cryptic email from
email@example.com (bounty: $5, unless you are kepsfan3, then you get nothing, obvs) Email from Rolf about phone and music reviews
What have we been up to?
The rest of the episode is a special surprise/a study in narcissicm/bullshit depending on how you look at it
Pontus’s app ideas
Owning cats is weird.
Owning other stuff is also weird?
Life is unfair.
The extent to which we have
not earned our economical priviligue. Thought experiment: Should we own our bodies?
Trafficing and rape are examples of when humans get deprived of their bodies.
Political aspects of owning.
Petter doesn’t get to the point and the others want to slow it down a little.
Free Willy is a bad idea. Do birds really care about surviving as individuals?
Projecting human values onto other species.
Plants do not have the right to their plant bodies.
Petter keeps trying to get back to the thought experiment and struggles to get to the point.
Should “good-looking” people give away their bodies to “ugly” people for them to also get some great sex?
Why is it so uncomfortable, psychologically speaking, to be deprived of the right to our bodies?
Pontus doesn’t get it.
Sorry to our listener but we don’t have time to write proper show notes for this episode. https://www.facebook.com/petter.rylen/posts/10205577997234237?pnref=story
(Sorry again, listener, Petter is acting very entitled.)
Petter gets to the point at the end.
(Political correctness ensues.)
What english accent should we use?
Petter recounts an anecdote from his midnight biking adventures.
It was raining dogs.
Petter talks about his feelings for dogs.
Dogs don’t get hurt when you bike in to them.
Keps members revealing their height and weight.
Kalle invented a new revolutionary way of measuring BMI.
Kalle is fatter then Pontus.
Petter is really fat. And he’s not even fat.
Lars Von Trier.
Do dogs have
Disputes on how to calculate it.
Pontus namedrops dog breeds.
I was reading from the BMI page! I don’t know anything about dogs!
(Egyptian Polo Dog) The
BMI calculator can’t take it. Veterinarian listeners please help us (LINK TO FEEDBACK).
Keps respect and listen to all opinions and input they’re given.
Fighting and bad vibes erupt.
Petter gets sad and tired.
Nothing can cheer him up.
He needs to make a
birthday song for his girlfriend. Live barbershop
Makes Petter losing his hearing ability on a specific frequency.
Feedback time (LINK TO FEEDBACK AGAIN)
Please tell us if you want to be anonymous with your feedback. (Sorry Göran!!)
Kalle tells an asnotishing story from school.
Pontus skipped being 20.
Pontus is a
Non-snorers don’t snore
Snorers think everyone snors
Is Petter a human or a dog?
Pontus knows a lot about
Next episode Petter and Pontus are gonna team up to be mean to Kalle as well.
Word war 2.
Nordic political mentalities
Feminism in Sweden vs Denmark vs Norway
Joakim lives in Norway
Joakim’s favourite colour
Joakim’s spirit animal
Who does people Joakim look up to?
Joakim’s desert island packing list
Joakim’s desert island guest list
Kulturimperiet (Empire of Culture), where Joakim is co-editor Interviewing techniques
Feedback on Kepskast’s journalistic prowess
Stuff that keeps on going even though it shouldn’t
Knowing when things should end
Self-appointed professor of practical creativity
Petter forgot about this
Stipends Grants Petter: Student
Petter: Relapsing jazz pianist
This year Petter will go back to being a jazz pianist
The Original Trio is on a break
The drummer was kicked out of the band on stage during a concert Petter: News junkie
Blocking news sites and facebook
Petter: Home decorator
Petter recently moved to a bigger room in his apartment
Petter saw some “authentic” people on a train
Petter: Nature boy
Petter tells us the story of his adventure in Vindelfjällen
The lasting effects of being alone in the wilderness
Social needs and loneliness
More lonely when alone in a big city than as the only human in a mile’s radius
The value of belongings
The Vindelfjällen experience has not directly inspired any creative works
Creative statement: Try to always approach things a new way
(Here Petter goes to
dopeytown for a while) Petter: Advisor
Petter: Professional podcaster
Talking in complete, or well, they can also be like the thing when you know I remember that time in the podcast when we were discussing something, I don’t know what, but that’s not the point, anyway, sentences
We don’t know what we are doing (that’s news?)
Undoing Privilege, a book by Bob Pease Word war between Pontus and Petter (
who really won?) Back to the privilege thing
Petter and Pontus clearing out some relational and behavioral issues
keps.cool! (oh, wait) Inventing some new words
Scary ghost comes over to collect our souls
Pontus had surgery to enhance the lower frequencies of his voice
Now he can do ad reads.
Our fans has commented on Pontus’ previously high-pitched voice being somewhat irritating.
Kalle and Petter fundraised for the surgery but kept the money themselves.
We got some
Does Pontus’ new voice sound too boring, or too emotional?
Pontus cries in every episode.
Kalle and Petter offer to make him a castrato singer.
Icelandic is a great language for reaching people across the world.
Pontus tries to talk about board games and delusions of grandure.
Quiz match point
Will robots take over our jobs?
Having friends (not)
Grow your cult with this one weird trick!
Pontus finally takes out the trash (it was starting to smell)
Fighting and board games
English (finally!) Working for the man (or woman)
Pontus is teaching at
Chalmers. Kalle is looking for a
job. Petter has never heard of working.
Kepskast is epic.
Pontus falls asleep.
Petter’s nose is still full of
snot. Limiting video game time
Petter couldn’t stop playing
Ceasar III. Is this because of childhood limitation of one hour per day?
How much video games should we let our kids play?
Pontus could play as much as he wanted.
Do parents setting limitations know what they are talking about?
Petter’s dad played
Railroad Tycoon 2 Socially accepted hobbies
Pontus doesn’t like
school. Petter makes a bold confession.
Feminism is a logical name considering it’s a movement working against the patriarchy.
Pontus is interested in the term
genderist (as seen in this talk by Joss Whedon) Words are important.
The rest of Petter’s list
Logic är programmet vi använder för att klippa Kepskast Kalle har skaffat en
Fairphone, en Android-telefon.
Petter har kanske
hösnuva Snyta sig
I vattenkranen (?)
Pontus har hittat många “kan vi klippa bort det sen” (finns på sidan för
avsnitt 1). Uppföljning teleportering (från
Pontus lyckas inte övertyga Petter
Kan vi inte prata om
EM-finalen i 1500 m
Invandrare i landet
avsnitt 2) Invandrarvatten
Svenska fjällen är den enda sanna ursprungsbefolkningen
Avlägsna resten av världen
Kepskast in English?
Fördel: Öppet för folk från andra länder
Nackdel: Öppet för folk från andra länder
Vårt fantafstitka flow
Den ironiska rasismjargongen ovan
Man rår inte för det sammanhang man föds in i
Svårt när man migrerar till ett annat sammanhang
Myten om massinvandring
Över en million Syriska flyktingar i Libanon (
Amnestyrapport) Vad skulle hände om faktisk massinvandring skedde?
Att välja att tigga på gatan i Sverige
Ska vi fråga lyssnarna?
Näe… ni får
gnälla. Inslag på andra språk
Nervös “alla är lika värda”-censur