I have to admit, seeing my name in the Patreon credits made me puff up my chest a bit!
/u/BaloneyFraise could always use more support at his Patreon page! Throw him a couple of bones so these awesome episodes can keep coming.
"Jeff and I met in Kansas City during a "tournament" between all the cities in a nationally franchised improv show called ComedySportz when we were younger. I was part of the Milwaukee team, Jeff was on the Los Angeles team. When I moved to L.A., we kept running into each other at bars until we surrendered to fate and became friends."
I just recently listened to this behind the bastards podcast about Paul Manafort, was super interesting (available on itunes/google/etc). And super fucked up all the evil shit he pulled. It goes into some of the history of the consulting firm he ran along with Roger Stone. There's a part 2 and 3 as well.
It makes me happy that Dan is friends with Dave Holmes -- he's such a lovely guy. He writes an account of the MTV VJ contest and his interactions with Jesse Camp in his memoir, <em>Party of One</em>. He is also part of the Homophilia podcast, which interviews LGBT celebrities and discusses their personal/love lives. They have some great conversations, if you can get past the frequent Real Housewives talk.
Damn this is good! Just supported you on Patreon. Makes me want to start listening to the podcast all over again!
I really love all the facial expressions. And when Sharpie throws up signs and says "Cleft in twain, n-word!" So great!
I tried to google it and it looks like there was a show that was removed from youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYy9msbY6Z0
Like this episode where he rapes a baby https://www.bitchute.com/video/xnQIwtDhxKQ6/
Honestly, I think this is pretty funny^^
I personally use Private Internet Access and have been able to watch HarmonQuest with it using the OP's method (except with PIA instead of Hola). For a single month, it costs about $7, which is a bit more on the expensive side. You can find cheaper options, but I personally won't be able to tell you how well they work.
Amazing. I first came across this website a few years ago. You know you've made it when enough people think of you to enter you into this thing's consciousness.
Akinator - I tried playing, and it got Spencer on the second try. First time it guessed some bald dude named Bertra(m/n), whoever that is.
I created a helpful IFTTT trigger so you can get a text message the second the podcast drops next time. Check it out. This is for iOS so you can do a similar one for Android by changing the channel.
Here you go: https://www.amazon.com/Patriot/dp/B017APUY62
Free to stream on Amazon Prime. Amazing cast. The characters are great. It's a super dark political(?) comedy of errors about a CIA agent trying to stop Iran from going Nuclear. It's nonlinear, somewhat disturbing, very weird (but not in a Lynchian way....more grounded in reality).
I'm about 6 episodes in and it has become my new favorite show. Definitely a show you need to pay attention to, and you are going to be left in the dark about a lot of things (which I know some people hate).
These were the ones I had at the podcast that one time https://jet.com/product/detail/1b48cf60d4f64917a2e0cfb1af908bae?jcmp=pla:ggl:NJ_cons_Gen_Grocery_a3:Grocery_Pantry_Salt__Pepper_a3:na:PLA_786070962_46630689808_pla-296303526852:na:na:na:2&code=PLA15
Pretty sure it's baller hardware
Seems that he had a drink with grapefruit juice and the two reacted poorly with medication he was on. He was conscious and stable and we heard he was going to be fine the last time I got an update from anyone which was after the show that evening.
It should be more widely known than it is that grapefruits can affect medication.
I think this is the Seinfeld/Rooney page Dan was talking about.
He is, he announced it semi-officially when he was on the Nerd Play Podcast. He also announced a re-vamp for the website, which I assume will have all the info and tour dates... at least I hope! Can't wait to go when the crew comes to NY.
I used Media Hint, it has a 7 days trial and it's $3,99/month after. It's hassle-free and I heard too much weird stuff about free VPNs so I went with that instead.
I'm about to start episode 2 now!
Presuming this is in the spirit of Harmontown, if not feel free to delete this post…
But the Mr. Meeseeks game is $40-5+13 (shipping) from the cryptozoic site, but $32 from amazon.
“Advanced Television Production: 5 Days, 2 Scripts, No Sleep” is a 42 minute in-depth and intimate look into the writers’ room with creator Dan Harmon. The featurette documents Harmon as he writes two episodes in a very short amount of time, while managing his other duties as Showrunner, from attending rehearsals and reshoots to meeting with the crew on upcoming productions issues.
Other than the live stream of it on Sunday, you can buy a copy for pretty cheap, and it supports Feral Audio's operations. I hope one day we'll be fancy enough to have a "tape delay" for people in timezones where we're really inconvenient for them.
I think the only thing libsyn is doing there that is semi unique compared to other RSS feeds is that they are linking directly to an MP3 file rather than presenting the MP3 in a web based player.
Have you tried Pocket Casts on mobile? It downloads episodes sequentially so you can start playing an episode virtually immediately after tapping the download button. You can also set it up to check for new episodes of whichever podcasts you want as frequently as every 15 minutes and notify you as soon as they are released.
*this feed should work like libsyn if you click the three dots (...) and then choose 'download'. That sends you to a direct link to an mp3 file just like libsyn does.
I think when he guests on other podcasts, that kinda fills that quota. Have you heard him on ThisFeelsTerrible? Amazing stuff. Also references Perfume, which I loved.
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Dude, you asked for more money than Hal Hartley did on his film and he's a very popular indie film creator that has had numerous films bought by distributors since the early 90s.
I don't mean to call what you're doing a pipe dream but you're certainly setting a high bar for yourself.
If you were listening on a YouTube channel, it was likely someone pirating them and uploading them. You can listen to all of the audio episodes for free on any podcast site or app, such as TuneIn. I use an app called Podcast Addict that I like. Here's a link to them in browser on Tune In. Enjoy!
>Early release - Harmontown Original Motion Picture soundtrack composed by Ryan Elder. Delivered through iTunes and other aggregators shortly. Get it here now in one convenient zip file.
>Ryan Elder has composed music for numerous TV shows (Wizards of Waverly Place, Acceptable TV, Just Shoot Me) and ad clients (Nike, Toyota, US Bank) in partnership with Emoto Music. In 2010 he won a London International Award for his work on New Balance's "Feet on Head." He has been writing music for Los Angeles' monthly Channel 101 screenings since 2006, where he received a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. Ryan is currently composing for Cartoon Network's hit show, Rick and Morty.
If you want this via iTunes or other (not yet named) music systems, and you can be patient, this will show up there. But, you can right now pay $9.99 to get a .zip of MP3s of the music used in the film. No DRM or copy protection. Upload it to any device you own.
This includes the often requested spooky music that plays when /u/thesixler is doing his "Last time on Harmontown D&D" segment.
EDIT: This is now available on Amazon, iTunes, and Spotify.
Stephen King catches flack for sticking to accessible reading levels, but, as other commenters have stated, his prolific output is what makes him stands out. For the record, he's not the only well regarded author to write at lower reading levels; his books just happen to have demon cars and psychotic children in them. There's a reason Catcher in the Rye and To Kill a Mockingbird are assigned in middle school classrooms.
King's approach does result in some duds and retreads of past themes as pointed out on Harmontown. One good example is people returning from the dead: Pet Sematary and the short story Sometimes They Come Back for example.
He's extremely focused on tight writing in order to craft a story that anyone can appreciate without a literary background. There's art to it (pop culturally, and American focused to be sure), but the openness has always been an important component of his approach. He's not a purple prose type.
I'm not a huge Stephen King fan by any means, but I respect his work (my literary skew towards Kafka and authors of the modernist Post-WWI era for reference). I think On Writing is a really great, clean complement to Joseph Campbell, creating some very helpful guide posts for aspiring writers.
For anyone that's interested, there's an android app, Countable, that emails your representatives your opinion on any upcoming bill.
You can sort from oldest to newest there, which I love. Just click "..." next to the episode you want then right click the "Download/Open" option and choose "Save Link As..."
I listen to a stupid amount of podcasts (pretty much the entire day at work) but most of them aren't very much like Harmontown.
Dumb People Town is good for a laugh. They've had Dan on there so that could be a good one to test out: https://player.fm/series/series-2415026/dan-harmon-thats-shoot-you-in-the-arm-money
They often have good guests - recent episodes with Patton Oswalt and Jon Hamm were really funny.
A couple of videos are on YouTube. It used to be able to be available on amazon instant, but for some licensing reason it's not available at the moment. I'm sure if you do a little googling you could find them all...
You can't sign up with seeso without a US credit card however you can get access via the free trial of Amazon prime
I use Podcast Addict: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bambuna.podcastaddict&hl=en
It supposedly has ads somewhere, but I've never seen one. The only thing purchasing the app does it remove the ad (to support the creator)
I suspect you're thinking of Acceptable.TV, which I would certainly recommend to the OP.
Watching it may be difficult... it looks like it might be available in Amazon Prime Video, but I can't confirm personally: https://www.amazon.com/Acceptable-tv/dp/B000OLSSV8
Once upon a time someone from this sub posted a Google Drive link with some old recordings, but that bookmark doesn't work anymore.
That's sort of the basic idea of what they were, but the machines at the Milwaukee County Zoo were called Mold-A-Ramas and actually looked like this. They had different machines in the different animal buildings, so you could get a Samson the Gorilla one in the primate house and a lion in the big cat house and so on.
I like this one because he talks about his "friend Erin" (and she comments on it!)
EDIT: it was a different Erin guys, everything is too good to be true
I'm guessing Blades in the Dark was a more ambitious project than his typical work since he Kickstarted it rather than pushing it through as a Patreon project. He's not doing too badly for the RPG field of Patreon on most his projects. I'll have to ask him about where the line is for him the next time I see him.
You are right though... that one is not free.
A lot of the older episodes of Totally Laime can be hard to find, but I managed to track that one down here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/totally-laime-21371180/episode/206-jeff-bryan-davis-24729035/
Robert Evans, journalist and creator of the riveting It Could Happen Here podcast. I really think he could bond with Harmon about their political apprehensions and about being liberal gun owners.
Well a while ago I posted a link to: Who Killed the Jeff Davis 8? And it got downvoted into oblivion. I think I deleted it.
Anyways, thanks for the morbid but fascinating story
Google Podcasts has it hosted. Looks like it’s going to just be part of the Adult Swim Podcast
Adult Swim Podcast did a 40-minute episode on the S4 premiere, it has the director, some writers and a bunch of other people who worked on the ep.
I liked 2048, but it died because, once you learn the technique, it becomes just a game of patience. I got a CLIFFHANGER at first attempt, after not seeing it in years...
If you like the genre, Threes is cuter and more difficult.
No. Off the top of my head, I don't know of a freeware way to do what you're asking, but if you want to obtain some nonfreeware, Reaktor does that, as well as a great many other things.
I think episode 233 of this podcast features Open Mike Eagle describing his setup, which presumably could autotune some live vocals if he wanted to. Was that Ableton? I don't remember.
I was using that page as reference also, such a drag that they deleted.
For what it's worth, these guys saved the episode list from wikipedia going up to episode 177. Kind of confusing in that episodes w/o comptroller information are implied to be with Jeff, but then later episodes start spelling out that information, but it'll do for the earlier episodes at least!
some films rights lapse, and sometimes people don't care about it or want it. Right now, Smokey and the Bandit doesn't exist anywhere streaming, Kids in the Hall Brain Candy, same thing. It's weird. Physical media is the options, and ebay or amazon. lol unrated is going for $60 but $2.50 used
Hah. Deal, but only physical for physical. I get a physical book, you get physical bitcoins. Looks like 3 are worth $10 on amazon. That seems like a fair price for a book
I was going to provide the date and location of Dan and Cody's wedding, and then I realized it hasn't happened yet (as far as I know ... did I miss it?).
"Loud Sneezing Family on Boat" sounds like one of the viral videos they watch in the Community episode "Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples."
Alas, that story behind the origin of the word "posh" is a myth. Acronyms given as explanations for English words that have been around since before the 20th century are generally false -- fornication under consent of the king is another infamous offender. People have been making acronyms for a very long time, but these were very rarely pronounced as words until the last 100 or so years.
Ugh, Jesse Camp. I really don't enjoy him as a guest, and there's more of him to come. When they mention Dave Holmes, Jesse responds like he hasn't heard Dave's name or thought about him since the day he beat Dave in MTV's Wanna Be a VJ contest 20 years before. This probably isn't what they're referring to, but here's a video of Dave Holmes with Jesse Camp. Dave talks about Jesse in his book. Also, the Brett Kavanaugh joke is in such poor taste. Jesse kind of behaves like society hasn't changed since 1998. Along those lines, little bit of a (white) stretch to credit Dan for Donald Glover's career, and Dan clearly pushing back against that notion.
I found a copy of the whole she-bang at my local comic shop. They didn't stock it for the longest time, but finally got a few copies. I'm pretty sure any comic shop will special order it for you if you ask.
It's available on amazon too. https://www.amazon.com/Scud-Whole-Shebang-Rob-Schrab/dp/1582406855/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=scud&qid=1556458325&s=gateway&sr=8-2
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Anyone having the same issues.
I am using Buffered VPN and logged in with my Facebook and VISA debit card I thought.
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These? It looks like Rob Schrab already hit the Q&A section.
It's funny because I was tempted to correct your initial summation Campbell's work but decided against it since I was also in the process of admitting how shitty it is to correct someone on something that's not even part of the point they were making.
But to say that Campbell's work is a simplification or "plebeian bastardization" of Jung's work is not accurate. It's common practice in academic writing for a scholar to build upon the work of another. So it's more accurate to say that Campbell was influenced by or that he built upon Jung's writing on archetypes and the collective subconscious. But while Campbell is writing on the nature of myths, Jung was a psychologist building upon Freud's earlier work to a completely different end.
Ultimately, what I'm trying to say is that the sentiment in this sub regarding Campbell's work being derivative and therefore less valuable is unfair because it is the nature of academic writing to build upon the writings of your predecessor.
<em>The Hero with a Thousand Faces</em> is the seminal work in the field and clearly the source of Harmon's inspiration. I'd also recommend Christopher Vogler's <em>The Writer's Journey</em> as the best and most succint interpretation and analysis of Campbell's ideas as a framework for contemporary story and writing.
Yeah, I don't think it's a great suggestion. It worked out for /u/funkacola, which is awesome, but just getting new surroundings didn't help me at all. I moved to Seattle from Pennsylvania to live with a friend. Thought it'd make things way better. It was a great time, but I was still depressed as fuck. Hadn't seen that friend in years, we grew up together, so it was really awesome spending some time with him, but I only lasted like, four months before I had to move back home.
Meditating helped me a lot. If you're interested in trying that out, the book "Mindfulness in Plain English" is an excellent place to start. You can read the full book on this website for free, or you can easily find a PDF if you want it to be formatted better, or buy a hard copy. It acknowledges the role of spirituality in meditation, the history that ties the two together, but gives a really great look at how to just use it practically without needing any of the spiritual stuff.
Very, very highly recommended.
I'm relistening now. At 48 minutes Silberman compares "self-diagnosed peer supported" with merely self-diagnosed, which gets a lot less respect (as terms used on autistic forums). That seems right to me. I was active on autism forums around when Dan was researching Abed, you would regularly have people showing up wondering if they were autistic and telling some stories about themselves, and the standard response would be "Yeah, maybe you are." And if they stuck around they might reveal enough of themselves - incidental to what they were trying to say - that the natives (many formally diagnosed) would recognise autism. Autistics are the most perceptive psychologists on the planet (one of the reasons I think Dan is one). I think that's what Silberman is talking about when he says peer accepted self-diagnosis is considered fine by autistics. Steve himself doesn't offer an opinion.
Whoa, I just noticed the bit where Steve interviews Larry Wall. Programming Perl is literally my most read book ever - I actually wore it out.
It's okay to say something's not for you and move on.
To go beyond that is to enter the realm of taking a bit rubber stamp or barometer and making a quality judgment. If you're familiar with Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, quality is one of the most difficult to quantify [spoiler](/s "so much so that it drives the protagonist mad as he tries to do so"). That itself should indicate the perils of doing that without understanding exactly what you're doing. People do a lot of things anyway, but that doesn't mean they should. It's like the phenomenon of how more intelligent people are less likely to have accidental pregnancies and that's why you see stupid people with so many kids. But I digress there.
In a perfect world, people would always be able to separate the opinion from one who expresses it. How you express your opinion is important, but you can't control how someone reacts to it. As long as you live up to a code that satisfies your criteria for how you should treat others, I think it's fine to express your opinion. By even being aware of these phenomenons you are taking things a lot further than most people, and that's admirable.
> Here's a trailer for The Baby.
TCM -- always surprising with their late night programming -- aired this one a few months back. I'd read about it in The Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film but I still found it quite shocking, both in how lowbrow its premise is and also how relatively well it manages to execute it. A throroughly bizarre film.
I have the same issue -- I use this lotion after washing my face or after a shower; it was recommended to me by the folks at /r/skincareaddiction. I also had a doctor prescribe me a ketoconazole cream which I only have to use a couple times a year, usually when the seasons change. Keeping your face clean and moisturized is usually the solution but otherwise, don't hesitate to talk to your doctor.
This is the one I've got.
Like /u/spokeydokey said. A simple bidet seat is 30 bucks and totally worth it. We eventually replaced our cheap one with a bio bidet 1000 when the sprayer started leaking cause we loved it so much. It just makes sitting g on toilet with phone just that much more enjoyable.
I did use it for a while but there was that e coli scare. I switched to using this protein powder and amazing grass green powder.And it's a good mix thus far!
Step by Step to Stand-Up Comedy
This review sums it up well for me:
First of all Dean gives you his joke writing method. It is formulaic and unnatural. However it does have a number of virtues. In the first place it forces you, a neophyte, to begin to think analytically about what goes into making up a one-liner. This is a very important first step - it is not good enough to intuitively know when things are funny, you have to learn to analyze what the elements are which make it funny. In the second place Deane's method does something important, which I think any good writing method does, it forces you to ask questions about what you are writing, and the answers to these questions give you the seed for the ideas for the next thing you write, or for editing what you have already written. Again this is a bit unnatural, but if you've ever written anything and tried to seriously edit it, you will know what this is like. It involves taking a critical look at your own creation and crossing out the things that don't work or trying to improve them.
This sounds pretty excellent. And I love Dirk Maggs, he put together the last three series of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy for radio, as well as last year's Neverwhere adaptation.
There's one tape available.
Another example of this is the book Accellerando by Charles Stross.
One of the main concepts in the first fifth of the book is a foundation of a reputation based economy, where people purchase stock in the ideas and honest views of individuals, which are then traded like a commodity.
And then the singularity happens.
I highly recommend that book.
Ryan Elder created all the music for the tour and the movie. He put a lot of the tracks up for sale here... doesn't look like the piano track is one of them, though.
I download the episodes with my tablet with the app 'RssDemon News & Podcast Reader' and it automatically renames them. I'm not sure what pattern it uses, but Harmontown and My Favorite Murder get renamed to (Episode number) - (Episode title), but The Last Podcast on the Left gets renamed to Episode (number) (Episode title), no podcast name in any case though. It has failed sometimes but not often. I don't listen to them on the tablet, I send them to my computer and listen there while playing a video game or download to my geriatric mp3 player to listen on the go.
In fact only the couple of times I've downloaded directly from the browser did I noticed that the file names are all fucked up; honestly I don't think we could convince them to fix that.
I used to play a similar automated game on android, Idle Oil Tycoon. It has less "theme" and graphics but is essentially the same exact idea. Such a huge waste of time though.
They don't have a first party podcast app for android. I currently use Podcast Addict. Works nearly as well as Itunes, and has some nice data control options.