The economist David Mc Williams had a recent podcast episode discussing Spotify as a business model and impact on the industry. Worth a listen if anyone has any interest.
The New York Times' The Daily also had a great podcast that put the Sackler family's transgressions into context. Worth a listen, if you're okay with being very angry.
Aside from the anxiety, can I just say how much I love Gregor? Was glad to hear him in this episode; he's hilarious.
Post-listen edit: I disagree with a lot (all?) of the posters here. Joey seems incredibly encouraged at the end. Social anxiety sucks, but it is something we have to practice and get better at overcoming. He felt his roommates hated him for being weird and now realizes it's not some character flaw he's doomed to live with; it's an easily fixable issue.
There is a great podcast episode about social anxiety (I will search and link later) about the fact that younger people aren't forced to socially interact as much as they used to be (since we can do so much via technology) that they don't get the practice that they need to succeed in these interactions, and that fear of failure is what gives them that anxiety. The doctor doesn't even suggest that people combat the anxiety and then deal with the situations, but that they learn as they go, which is what I feel was done here.
Good Life Project: How to Rise Above Social Anxiety.
The toxicology reports also stated he had fatal levels of carbon monoxide. There was another Parisian that died that night from smoke inhalation after passing out drunk in a residence that caught fire. The results were switched, whether intentionally or in error, I can't say. There were a lot of shenanigans that night, including American witnesses on holiday who were repeatedly ignored. sauce.
And you want to now what’s extra fucked up, it’s not just being shared here and now, it was in freaking TIME magazine the year she died. It won photography prizes, it was everywhere! The Box of Oddities podcast has a good episode on this story.
Not really! I was quite surprised to learn from a recent episode of the Code Switch podcast, that abortion is a smoke screen issue for racism. While 75% of evangelicals say abortion is an important issue to them, only about 30% of them say that they will not even consider a candidate who is pro-choice. The podcast takes you through the whole history of Evangelical racism, and it becomes quite obvious that race is a bigger driving factor than abortion and further, that they intentionally use abortion as a shield because they know racism is not in step with modern society. It's super fucked. In fact, this episode was so revelatory, I think I will go listen to it again myself.
Code Switch - The White Elephant In the Room
Here's a link: https://castbox.fm/vb/328720748
It was by Richard Simpson. He discusses it for a while in this podcast:
He has an awesome Scottish accent and he's pretty funny.
I cannot reccomend this podcast episode enough for how well it breaks down the historical inaccuracies that lie in these nationalist movements while also providing context for how they came about.
If I recall right, Ethans biggest problem was that it took him out for a few months. Weight lifting was, and is, extremely important to him and he hated the down time. Also, a lot of pain, the scars kinda defeated the vanity purpose of doing it, and he tore his stitches (twice?) making both other points worse.
Go over this podcast
It becomes quite apparent that health insurance has very little to do with the broken system. It all starts with with service providers and other Healthcare associations.
I just listened to a podcast about this. Australia made it mandatory to vote. The podcast is called "Today, explained" and the episode is 186, Why is Voting Optional?
I wouldn't be too surprised if we end up seeing the 5yr UST at 5% 5 years from now. There's a 1.2 to 1.9 trillion stimulus package on the way, banks balance sheets are better than ever and can quickly invest, household savings are near an all-time high, there are a lot of expectations for consumers to spend a lot in the latter half of 2021 into 2022 as a result of the pandemic ending.
Goldman Sachs recently had a podcast discussing inflation and how it might affect the equity/bond markets: https://castbox.fm/episode/Markets-Update%3A-Inflation-and-Equities-id2170350-id356915303?country=us
This is the link to cast, I believe its the one I listened to because of the comments I found on Twitter.
The site that misrepresented her story is babe.net
It seems the original woman hasn't ever spoke directly about it, she's still (and I don't blame her, I would be too) is anonymous.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jan/16/aziz-ansari-story-missed-opportunity this article talks about it if you don't have a chance to listen.
That’s funny, I’ve just listened to one of the few interviews Daft Punk gave to a French Radio (Nova) in 2013. They talk about their collaboration with Kanye on Yeezus, their just released Random Access Memories album, Romanthony and many more things.
Guy Manuel doesn’t talk much. Thomas is leading the whole thing. As usual I guess…
Obviously, the interview is in French.
Here’s the podcast :
Far too much of the Q Anon stuff being replicated here now as well, calling ON patriots and the like to stand up. The language is all the same too. The local group I joined last year was opposed to masks on kids. It's now been a while since I have engaged on their channel as its being dominated by those who want to share links and videos that always start with
"Boom!! Revealed. Let's make this go viral"
It's awful to see.
I recommend this podcast. An excellent analysis of what works and what doesn't. Focus should be on investing in actions which actually win, rather than spreading a message, trying to win the air waves.
Dr. Popper on the Higherside
I remember seeing this video several years ago before my religious deconstruction. I distinctly remember my initial reaction, nodding my head in support of each sentence, perhaps even an "Amen" or two in affirmation. I distinctly remember the feeling of my heart drop when he said his speech and arguments were taken from pro-segregation preachers in the 1950s and 1960s.
This video, among other things, is what sparked my religious deconstruction. I could no longer just let the cognitive dissonance fade away. My beliefs HAD to be the thing to change.
I still consider myself a Christian today. I still believe Jesus Christ lived and died for us. But I try to live in a way that truly exemplifies what Jesus is: loving, compassionate, tolerant.
I am ashamed of how much pain and hate many Christians have spread in America today. How much destruction their conservative ideology has done to the reputation of the name "Christian".
I am proud to say that I have come a long way and I fully support LGTBQ+, BLM and try to fight against the horrific pro-Trump pseudo-religion fanaticism that has taken over American Christianity.
If you listen to podcasts and you are interested in learning about religious deconstruction, I highly recommend the You Have Permission Podcast hosted by Dan Koch.
Yes, here is a podcast where they discuss this among other things, mainly the health conditions.
There were a variety of less "offensive" terms and they originally (ostensibly) told the public they planned on keeping them detained "only" a month.
Also, the accepted term for Japanese internment camps is currently "concentration camps" among historians and museums on the matter, though the public preference is yet to catch up. This is based on the technical definition.
Nah, fuck this sanctimommy mom-shaming bullshit.
Here's an actual expert explaining why formula is a perfectly healthy alternative to breastmilk:
On behalf of mothers like myself who couldn't produce milk, those that adopted their children, and those who chose not to breastfeed because that's their right to do so...
Fuck you and mind your own. Fed is best.
Anyone interested in this fact should definitely check out the latest episode of NPR's excellent podcast Throughline - White Nationalism. It goes into great details about how 'being white' has changed its meaning through history.
And the Miasma was thought to carry disease, so just smelling it could make you sick.
There was a recent podcast on Stuff You Should Know called "The Great Stink: The Stench So Bad they Gave It A Name," about the pollution of the the Thames in London, which got so bad that it was unbearable. They went on the create a sewer system that is still the foundation of the London waste management system to this day. It was a great story:
Not sure it's BI, per se, but I do have some "famous" historical examples that would be easy to find details...
Minard's "Best Graphic Ever Produced" (Napoleon's March to Moscow)
Florence Nightingale uses a wonky visualization to improve hospital sanitation and save lives
WEB Dubois debunks social darwinism
Our "narrative" is our conscious experience.
So yeah, our "now" is a few hundred ms behind the physical actions of the universe. We can and do react at speeds way faster than that. But ourself. Our thought. Our experience of what happens, lags by about half a second.
Here's a link to the full and proper explanation, it's "the infinite monkey cage" podcast episode "what is reality". it starts at 24:10. This link should take you to the correct start point.
Brian Cox is asking the question and David Eagleman gives the answer.
They cover the baseball phenomenon you state in your post directly. So should hopefully answer your questions way better than I can.
The Tldr is that sound and light get to us at different speeds from a source. our senses process at different speeds, and everything, everything at all takes time to happen.
The synapses take measureable time to fire. Chemicals take time to react. Our brain seamlessly combines it all and accounts for delays and lag.
So we end up with a smooth narrative. A complete picture all at once.
Hey! There is an awesome podcast episode about modern cryogenic stasis research here!
I'm sure you could find it on other platforms, but that's what I use so the link was easiest. I hope you enjoy it! It's full of good information, and that whole show, and the podcast she hosts that spawned it, Flash Forward, are both fantastic!
Hey you should check out this podcast episode about him. I always thought of him as some awesome president and person but this podcast brought alot to light I didn't know about.
Also a great podcast in general. Awesome for how different people have shaped history and what events and influence caused them to become the adult / ruler they were.
Behind the Bastards - Reagan
I just listened to a podcast about Allbirds shoe company and the owner said the average American goes through 8 pairs of shoes a year. That's every man woman and child. I forgot the total number but it was in the billions. All of them go to a landfill.
Adam Carolla given  he essentially endorsed Yang on his popular OG podcast (https://castbox.fm/episode/ACS-(Part-2)%3A-Todd-Garner-id6927-id153136689 around 10:40 mark) and  he's best friends with Jimmy Kimmel.
I listened to a pod save the world on an American journalist who was captured and held for ransom by the Taliban, and what he said is that drones are extremely effective at what they are meant for. Something like 2-3 drone strikes hit his captors while they were out of the caves the hostages were held in.
The drones were extremely effective at completely obliterating a high-value target in a controlled manner. He also said that the civilian casualty numbers are probably somewhere in between the United States releases and definitely below the Taliban or whatever other organizations are parroting what innocent people we killed.
One of the best key points he made though, is that these drones, while effective, will never completely move an international policy. Basically, you can't drone your way out of a terrorist problem anywhere other than maybe getting lucky taking out a few top people. Those people could be replaced relatively soon. Your intelligence has to be fantastic and targeted, not just "military age potentially armed male." An anti-terrorism policy takes a much bigger mix of hearts and minds, working with the local governments, and potentially boots on the ground etc and other measures of success.
For the example in the podcast, droning terrorists hiding on the Pakistani border or crossing to Afghanistan won't do shit to actually move the needle long term until we can pressure Pakistan to help kick them out or get serious about defunding them.
David Rhode, most of the second half of the cast and really interesting about how the terrorists viewed drones as a cowardly weapon.
First of all, it's fortunate that Daoism never taught going with the flow, because that would be disastrous for an addict!
There's actually a Daoist podcast on addiction. It's specifically about alcohol addiction, but it applies to other kinds. It's called "The Tao of Our Understanding." I recommend you try that.
I recommend The Placebo Magick Podcast to anyone who hasn't checked it out yet. It's awesome and he talks about specifically moving our minds in and out of "magical thinking" headspace in order to sneak logical mindfulness and intention setting through our inherently superstitious minds.
He was on the Joe Rogan Experience and talks about how misinformed he was and fed misinformation. The episode is wild. They talk about ufos, flat earth, social media, nazis running NASA, clockwork elves, and more. Also, its 5hrs long and he is crazy.
Das ist witzig. Der (Ehren) Vorsitzende der GfF hat einen Podcast (Lage der Nation), und die kommen dort zu der Schlussfolgerung, dass eine zentrale Lösung Datenschutz SICHERER wäre. Ich weiß nicht mehr genau warum, klang in dem Moment aber alles sehr nachvollziehbar.
Sie sagen aber, dass die Gesellschaft für Freiheits Rechte die App natürlich trotzdem sehr genau beobachtet.
Hier die Folge, wo Tracing apps sehr ausführlich besprochen werden: Link.
The podcast "Darknet Diaries" has a great episode about this. The have a guest speaker that led the takedown of the IS propaganda and editor network. It was called 'Operation Inherent Resolve' and was started in 2016
You can listen to it here
There's an episode of this American Life featuring a conversation between two Aussies about sexual harassment of women by men on the street. The journalist was trying to convince an Aussie dude that catcalling and smacking strangers on the bum was not cool. And regardless of the anecdotal and statistical evidence presented to the bloke he always came back to the point of saying "well it sucks that women feel like shit when they are harassed but in every situation that I have sexually harassed a woman it was cool and they knew it was all in fun".
Just like regardless of statistical and anecdotal evidence presented in this sub the top comment will always be a dismissal of the evidence and a denial of the issue. Post an article about domestic violence - top comment "women do it too". Post an article about pay - top comment "that's not what the 'real statistics say'. Post an article about sexual harassment "women did it too" and on and on it goes.
Men have a problem. Repeatedly we have exerted control and power over women. We have sought to dominate women physically sexually and financially. And anytime anyone attempts to address the issues they are persecuted and their arguments and evidence ignored. It cliche and exhausting and it needs to stop. Men really need to accept that there's an issue and figure out a way to address it.
But rest assured as this is a post about addressing a problem experienced by women the comment will be down voted.
For people interested here is the podcast with the interview.
This was a good podcast illuminating the differences between INFJs and ENFJs. Having had a relationship with an ENFJ I found it helpful to understand her motivations behind (some of) our conflicts.
>Makes me wonder if as a country we've gone wrong somewhere
Yeah, we are underpaid and our rights are being trampled on.
And it's not just handymen, cleaners etc... it extends to carers and factory workers and shop staff, electricians, plumbers as well.
There is a tendancy to think of "manual" labour as unskilled, and by extension an "anyone can do it" mentality. Particularly here on reddit where STEM is king, and PhD are held in such high regard, but someone has to unclog your toilet, or stack the shelves in your supermarket, or wipe the arse of your dementia riddled grandparent.
Pandemics have unusual effects, and you may be seeing one right now. For example after the Black Plague we got greater social mobility and even a raise in workers wages.
I don't know what the effects of this pandemic will be but I recommend Big Picture Science latest podcast for a discussion.
While I agree with you that we ask to much of our officers, your bias is showing already by how you said "killology based warrior training". The whole point of "Warrior" training is to increase the effectiveness of officers when it comes combatives. Because guess what, some people just wanna fight. But you probably already believe law enforcement are instigators instead of de-escalators so I'm sure if it matters to you or not.
The fact of the matter is the City of Minneapolis banned "warrior training" 13 months ago. So banning it is shown to only lead to more issues. Listen to these podcasts if you want to actually learn about officers, use of force, violence, and reality.
George Flyod Death
Fear Based Training
If you are sincere about police reform then listen to these, go on a ride along, and maybe take a jujistu class to learn what actual violence looks like.
It says “Today is Thursday. We are on (this is) the break of 10:00am”
Nous sommes or on est is the standard way of saying today is. In French, we say “we are” such and such date.
Example: Quel jour est-il? Nous sommes (on est) le 15 avril.
I recommend this podcast. This specific episode talks about this:
French Your Way
If anyone is interested in a good detailed podcast about Ted Bundy, the Caustic Soda episode on him is really good and very creepy. It definitely filled in some of the holes the documentary Netflix has. The podcast goes into detail of how brutal his crimes were.
Side note, I am kinda worried that this movie is just glorifying him. If he were alive today, he’d love this. He loved the media attention.
The only "red" trackers on castbox.fm are Google Analytics and Facebook. I tracked outbound connections from their Android app and there was nothing suspicious or unusual. I mean, Castbox offers personalized suggestions and recommendations. It's not really some massive secret. If an app "personalizes" something for you, it tracks your usage.
I think Castbox is pretty feature-rich app. If it wasn't, I wouldn't be using it. But that's subjective.
Castbox raised 30+ mil. usd through their investors and I am pretty sure they didn't put it all in marketing. How can I believe in any one of your claims when you can't even fact-check this little piece of information?
Also, you literally just rehashed comments from this thread https://www.reddit.com/r/podcasts/comments/9fxvah/castbox_bad_for_podcasters/
Apparently, German podcast "Lage der Nation" brought up these allegations:
I personally never experienced the ad allegations, but it would be good if Castbox responded in this thread. I am a Premium user and it's important to me to support ethical company.
I recommend Sneak Attack as the first choice. It's entertaining and relatable. Plus, if some of your players are of the younger set this podcast is at most pg-13.
If your looking for something a bit more professional I then I suggest The Unexpectables. These guys are youtubers so they are more organized and have better sound quality. But they started as a twitch stream first so some of the earlier episodes are missing which you can find here.
I don't believe this happened but as someone who is just trying to cut down their meat consumption for environmental and health reasons, there are always people extremely pissed off any time a vegan version of something is available.
Like my FB targeted ads started showing Beyond the Butcher and other meat substitute products and half the comments were dudes (almost always dudes specifically) losing their minds over it.
The podcast Citations Needed actually did a great episode about how meat became synonymous with manliness and American values and how a lot of people get extremely angry at there even being an option to abstain.
You're not kidding.
Here's a podcast for anyone who wants to fear being put under anesthesia. The 2018 serial episodes are about Dr. Christopher Dench, who maimed a ton of patients and kept moving to different areas to avoid being caught. Pretty gross stuff. Horribly sad.
My favorite podcast just put out two great episodes about this and cited a ton of studies and statistics.
Escape from the Ecopocalypse
I don't recall submitting to them, but who knows at this point. I've submitted the RSS feed to so many services by now, I definitely can't keep them straight.
Regardless, we show up there, so either they're pulling from iTunes or somewhere else we were submitted, or I did it at some point.
Glad I could be no help whatsoever!
Could an A.I. computer learn to follow those conversational patterns? Could be one day we could become lovingly attached to our big brother app.
Edit: this podcast says those types of AI already exists.
This sucks... I'm so sorry it's been this difficult for you. Your partner should really be guiding you during sex.
Her pleasure is her responsibility, by that I mean that you're not able to read her mind so if she doesn't tell you that she'd like more of something that you're doing that she likes, or less of something else then there's no way of knowing in the moment. If you talk about it afterwards that's totally fine, but it doesn't do anything to help you in the moment.
Do you listen to podcasts? Queer/wlw podcasts that I've been listening to have all been saying the same thing: consent is important and communication is what leads to great sex.
This episode of open wide say ah talks about communicating during sex in a way that's sexy
we're having gay sex is an absolute gem as well, they share their sex stories and talk about safe sex practices
There are many more queer pods that I listen to if you're interested, but hopefully these would be of some help to you if you're able to listen to them
I am an atheist and my good friend is a preacher. We both love the Bible for Normal People podcast. It's hosted by two christian Bible scholars, and it has a strong focus on breaking through traditional views on the Bible to help people realize how complex the Bible really is. Anyway, it's been a great tool for me to heal from the trauma of the CoC, and my buddy has used it as inspiration in his sermons and classes. I'll give you two episode recommendations, my favorite and his:
Episode 157: Nadia Bolz-Weber - Being a Christian in the Messiness
Episode 174: Brian McLaren - The Four Stages of Faith
No worries, saw you'd put one study down and thought I might as well link to those of other countries. If this is something you're interested in I think I first came across the English Collective of Prostitutes in Sex, Power, Money with Sara Pascoe which is a series of interviews with SWs from various parts of the industry.
Yup, I'm in Fredericton and people here all buy into the COVID bs. Pretty sad that I'm looking at Texas and Florida as beacons of hope.
On a different note, you should check out the No Agenda podcast. It's an american podcast that breaks down all the COVID nonsense in the media and they talk a fair bit about the situation in Canada. It's quite entertaining.
Before the "it's never going to end, we should be in lockdown forever" comments pop-up and people start panic buying, here's some food for thought:
We haven't (yet) seen huge numbers of fully vaccinated people being reinfected, which would mean we NEED the booster shots for vaccines to be effective
We haven't (yet) seen reinfected fully vaccinated people present with severe disease
So, yes, it's good news we are working on boosters and having infrastructure and stockpiles ready just in case, but there's no need to panic yet. Current vaccines are effective. Even more so than we had initially hoped. This critical period will end for the general public.
source: Dr. Syra Madad on Curiosity Daily
There was a great episode on On the media episode on WNYC about this.
Even if fox news lost all of its advertising it still would be profitable because of the carrier fees.
Slaying the Fox monster
Fox News has been stoking rage on the right for decades. As the former president faces an impeachment trial for his role in the invasion of the Capitol, some are asking whether Fox News also bears responsibility for the violence. On this week’s On the Media, a look at the arguments for and against the de-platforming of Fox News
What do you think about this Podcast then?
Last I checked, Canadians don't vote in US elections and this Brazilian consistently makes reference to a percentage of "Norteamericanos" voting one way or the other in the US election...
Shameless Plug into this: We have a podcast (2 episodes so far) talking about motorsports in the New England region
Also don't forget new hampshire motor speedway! I did a track night in america last season there.
It's intriguing listening to Eric Garcetti talking about his upbringing with this background
You left out another potential outcome: the rise of fascist terror cells popping up everywhere and using the chaos as a means of engaging in their own pseudo holy war that entails killing all jews, people of color, etc.
This goes more in depth about it and there are 7 total parts for this topic
Since I wrote my last comment, I actually listened to the accompanying podcast where the show's creator explained why he chose to use British accents as opposed to a mix of British/American accents or Russian accents. Happens at roughly the 10 minute mark.
Personally I would have enjoyed it just as much if it were in Russian/Ukrainian and just had subtitles, but obviously the appeal of such a program to a largely English speaking market would be limited.
I forgot to share a post about this but Hidden Brain also has this episode where the Jehovah's Witness religion is mentioned. It's called "Creating God" and talks about how religion came to be and the role it played in building societies in the past.
I know it's not tailored exactly to your question, but my friend has a podcast in LA about coming out and maybe it'd be helpful? Regardless, she'd love a new subscriber if you want to give it a shot. https://castbox.fm/va/1315825 (Coming out with Lauren and Nicole).
Just listened to her podcast episode on the Ted Talks Daily Podcast... She said it was because she liked her suit. Incredibly intelligent woman and that entire podcast had me excited for the future.
Edit: it's a great listen https://castbox.fm/x/G8ZF
Jake's podcast is great btw: this epsiode on the Kurds is like a cross between Chapo and The Dollop. Superb! The Problem with Apo (Marxists and Anarchists Fighting Turkey and ISIS) on https://castbox.fm/vb/75159276. Give it a listen.
Amin blowing up on Danny Martinez is comedy gold. 52:15 on the NBA post game pod.
I'm hooked on NBA POSTGAME: Nets-Knicks With Jerry Ferrara on Castbox. Check out this episode! https://castbox.fm/vb/447031856?_t=52%3A07
Shoot my apologies, I should have timestamped the link. At about the one hour and seven minute mark is where they start to go into it after responding to a listeners criticism of they're questions concerning darwinian evolution at about the 57 min mark.
I did however confuse their velakovski series (highly recommended as well. first part found here: https://castbox.fm/vb/314704022 ) with their series of their criticisms of darwinian evolution I was referring to, as the evolution series is based more on the hybridization theory found here: http://macroevolution.net
All Punnet need for bumper music last night was this.
On a positive note, was enjoying ABSIT from 11/19/97 when the local news hijacked it for their "fifth quarter" college football review. Missed almost the entirety of Strieber's interview etc. and then remembered I had this and can listen to the whole show....
Na tym tydni pačała słuchać cikawy biełaruskamoŭny padkast pra litaraturu - bellit. A jakija biełaruskamoŭnyja padkasty wy wiedajecie? Jak uwohule da ich stawiciesia? Ja, naprykład, ich zaŭsiody paźbiahała, ale daremna, bo zručna słuchać i paralelna nešta rabić.
As you do well with audio books I would strongly recommend you start listening to "Dan carlins hard-core history" and "..... Hardcore history addendum".
While technically a podcast, it's more akin to history lectures. He also quotes lots of books and has a reading list for each subject.
I would start with "destroyer of worlds" as its a short stand alone episode, instead of the normal multi part epics.
It's the history of the atomic bomb. So it covers the politics, events and machinations of the end of ww2 through the cold War, to the current mad.
Special shout out to the episodes "blueprint for armagheddon" about the first world War. "King of Kings" about the Persian empire and Greece. And "wrath of the khan's" about the mongals.
Oh, man... let's see.
For the more down-to-earth stuff, I strongly recommend The Astronomy Cast, the YouTube channel Astrum, and absolutely everything Carl Sagan ever wrote. This is far, far beyond a comprehensive list, though, but it should get you started. All three sources will offer you plenty of further reading, listening, and watching.
If you're (general you of everyone on here) want to help open up comms with TBMs there's a TBM podcast called leading saints that deals with this from a TBM perspective but they interview a couple who left and their TBM parents. It's not perfect but it's a good place to start
here's the link :)
Yeah, you sound exactly like me. The longer you stay, the harder it gets. You're confused because of the mind games, you can't believe that this person that can be so incredibly sweet can also be so manipulative and hurtful. It's hard to accept that they aren't all they can be. Your brain can't hold these two ideas because they are so vastly different. That creates the cognitive dissonance. Financially, my ex was very poor growing up, but wouldn't really talk about it unless he was using it to manipulate me into believing that what he was doing was normal and I was the one that was fucked up. He'd use it and the rest of his childhood as a scapegoat while also making me feel like I was worth much less than him, and I should be grateful to be with him. It's okay, and once you're healthy, which you will be, you'll look back on this as what it was, abuse. You're strong for telling your story. I appreciate the chance to potentially help you. You deserve it and it will be okay!
Psychology. Highly recommend The Placebo Magick Podcast. He's a little neck-beardy but does a phenomenal job of laying out how to use craft, ritual and tarot to basically "hack" your brain. Good stuff
ETA- I recently got a Golden Girls tarot deck and have found it a lot easier to read them intuitively. Because it's one of my favorite shows, it's easier for me to read the scene in the card visually. For me, having a pop culture tie-in helps my reading be more intuitive
Since yall like podcasts, I'd recommend Red Menace and Revolutionary Left Radio.
Here's an episode on State and Rev. Its almost as good as reading theory!
Also, blackshirts and reds by Parenti
yes. exactly. so not only do you deserve a partner who loves your kinks, you should be proud of your kinks. live them fully.
and also, I think this is the episode that I loved
Most LGBT humor in this vein is inversion of straight jokes about gay people. E.g. when straight dudes were throwing around "no homo" all the time, we were hugging our other-sex friends and disclaiming "no hetero."
Enjoy my favorite recent example of inversion humor: https://castbox.fm/episode/How-to-Create-Straight-Characters-id1117790-id62875239
Edit: We also have a LOT of snarky variants on the "which one of you is the guy/girl" line.
On The Merger of Traditional Catholicism and Trust: https://castbox.fm/episode/RomeCast-11%3A-Reclaiming-St.-Therese-of-Lisieux-id113474-id164253841?country=us&fbclid=IwAR2IF8IrhoyL9ePqwlEsDVSp03RkUNK0apRwWYQJ5PZkolNs7x2hrYdQK7A
I did a podcast episode on it yesterday if you want to listen. Mostly talk about the battle of the 52s, 57s, 84s, and 83s.
I like The Scripture Study Podcast. It's a husband and wife (I think he's a seminary teacher, it something). It's good quality and seems to fit the bill. The interpreter discussions is the worst podcast that I can't seem to make myself delete.
Dev Raga Personal Finance is a guy that I enjoy listening to. He is just a guy that loves finance and is sharing the info he knows about how to be a better informed Aussie when it comes to finance.
It gets easier!
Books help. (Conquering shame and codependency, healing your aloneness are two I've liked a lot)
Podcasts are my favorite. I use an app called castbox. Anytime I'm feeling I need support around a particular struggle I key it into the search. Like "healing from emotional abuse".
If you can think it, someone is talking about it, and it helps so much to hear just how unalone you are and hear different perspectives.
A man known as the "London patient" was recently cured of both HIV and Hodgkin's Lymphoma through a stem cell bone marrow transplant, becoming the second person in the world to be cured of the virus. The transplant donor had a rare genetic mutation of the CCR5 gene, making his cells HIV-resistant. Over time, the transplant meant that the London patient's own cells were slowly replaced by these HIV-resistant cells and he has been free of the virus (and cancer) for over 18 months. The reason this form of treatment is not more common is because there is a comparatively large chance that the patient's body will reject the transplant and they will die, making this more of a last resort therapy. The London patient agreed to undergo this treatment as he had advanced cancer which was not responding to any other form of treatment, so this was effectively his last remaining option to be cured of both illnesses.
You can read more about it here: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/society/2019/mar/05/london-patient-becomes-second-man-to-be-cleared-of-aids-virus
With more info on this podcast:
(BBC Inside Science: "A cure for HIV? Sleepy flies, Secrets of the Fukushima Disaster, Science fact checking")
Burns has a Podcast "Feeling Good" that I recommend anyone suffering from depression listen to.
This episode of This American Life really made me frustrated with the DNC because of the "too far left" issue. Really worth a listen, and it's kind of scary to think they haven't learned a damn thing and are going to keep pushing these "safe" leftish candidates that doesn't get us anywhere.
How Not To Die - We are three Aussie ladies that love chatting about true crime and try to throw in some tips about how to escape axe murderers.
It contains the text, in what looks to me like Jerry's own handwriting, "A group of recently arrived re-animants wandered off from the steppe camp and set up their tents overlook ing Oum Lake". An arrow is drawn curving southward from the text, to a small circled area, which must be the encampment itself. It, as the text describes, overlooks Oum Lake which takes up the southern border of the panel.
I found this particularly interesting because it is lore for the map's world written onto the map itself. It speaks about a particular group of people and their lives, which I've not heard of from Jerry before.
What I have heard of though, through his recent podcast interview with /u/Sprutnums, is what Jerry seems to be calling "re-animants". Jerry has called the world a "zoo" created by higher beings, who take the dead from our world and let them live a new life in this new world. I believe the re-animants are those inhabitants of the world that he's talking about here, forming a new camp separate from their original one on the steppe.
Castbox has a podcast on starting your own podcast. Talk about meta.
Can't speak to quality - i haven't started a podcast myself but it's something I've been thinking about for a bit.
Good luck! Hopefully there are some folks here who can help you out.
The last Pod save the world Trump Shreads the Iran Deal has a fantasic interview with the early Obama diplomat to Russia.
Talks about the good intentions and happy reset, other leaders being more receptive than Putin, and then Putin getting really hard line after his election. Did a whole pedophile smear campaign on him too with disinformation. Sound familiar?
https://castbox.fm/va/461928. Give it a listen.
Done, but I still don't feel much better. I just feel like it's Global Settlement and wishy washy politics still... my concerns in the OP remain the same.
Je les avais dl et je crois que c'était de https://castbox.fm/channel/id2825502 (dans la liste des liens proposés).
Si tu veux, je dois avoir le zip quelque part.
I highly recommend you to listen to Failed Missionary. It's a really nice podcast that dives into detail how Missionary affects both sides.
Sadly it's not available on spotify or deezer only on castbox
There is a great podcast episode about this, it's under 10 minutes and made me appreciate the song so much more, plus it gave me a chuckle.
Cabinet of Curiosities- Just Dandy
Jeg må tilslutte mig koret af haters. Det virker meget useriøst og flere gange læser de direkte op fra Wikipedia eller avisartikler uden at angive kilde.
På dansk er jeg mere til “Myrdet” (https://castbox.fm/vc/2902610)
Castbox is a mobile app I check regularly that tells you how many people are subscribed and have listened to a show on that app.
It might be a bit biased and isn't a perfect measure, but it's great to get an estimate of the order of magnitude of listeners: is it 10, 100, 1k? And it's pretty good for comparing different shows together IMHO.
I tried to post a link but it didn't appear to work. I'll post it anyway just in case. On castbox (the app) there is a boatload of old shows if you search for church of lazlo. Don't click through to the current shows page. Actually search Church of Lazlo. I think there's nearly 300 shows from around 2012.
I defer to people smarter and with broader experience than myself.
I recommend you check out Marriage on a Tightrope with Allan and Kattie Mount.
Also, there's a Wardless podcast that has 2 episodes about taking to family and friends. Ep 5 & Ep 6.
Typo, meaning is in the words, not works. Words are interpretation.
All text is interpreted to get meaning, some more than others. The Tanakh is particularly in in need of interpretation. It asks to be interpreted. There is no raw meaning for any text and this in particular.
Have you read Odysseus' Scar? The construction of the Torah leaves it with no meaning without significant interpretation. Amusingly enough my rabbit just started a podcast, <em>Best Book Ever</em>. This was the third episode and was about this very topic.
Had a quick drunk look see at your profile, and saw you have an interest in Steven King. Reason is I just finished this podcast https://castbox.fm/va/4520797 . You may have heard it already but I enjoyed it :)
Sorry link is shit, story is called Strawberry Spring
It's worth trying - I did a podcast a while back on best Nootropics for musicians that you may want to give a listen to
So, Robert does mostly podcast. In (one of) his podcast, "Behind the bastards", there's a kind of miniseries where he reads episodes of Ben's (awful) novel "True Allegiance". Here's the first episode: What we learned from Ben Shapiro's Racist novel.
It would be easiest to listen to it, I linked at the 40min mark where the short segment is. Only a couple minutes. But basically hit the general hindrances they've made for millennials through voting and being generally self-centered while not accepting they were given a prime point in history. Then also points out many of the things boomer's claim to have done in good ways isn't even theirs to claim as they weren't old enough to have made a difference.
If the link doesn't work it's to the podcast version of Newshour, July 7th 40 min mark.
It's difficult to weed out the more woo and bizarre stuff. Most of them are caught up in all sorts of nonsense like past lives, reincarnation, cryptids and ghosts.
Strange Arrivals is solely centred on UFOs. Skeptic and reasonable.
Our strange skies is another.
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To be clear...they are both massive pieces of shit but at least one of them is more or less honest.
Dr. Phil is a straight up con man who has more or less followed in his charlatan father's footsteps. Dude, cheated on his wife and then has the audacity to lecture others without taking about his own experience.
Check out the Robert Evans podcast Behind the Bastards on him. Fascinating.