It's Saturday Let's Get Weird with actor Andy Buckley aka David Wallace from
The Office. Mount Rushmore of all time Office characters are discussed as well
as the entire PMT crew and Andy reading a script from an episode.
3 years, 3 months ago - 2 plays
Jennifer Lopez is having a triumphant 2019. From her Motown tribute at the
Grammys to the success of “Hustlers” to the announcement that she’ll be
performing at the Super Bowl halftime show, she seems to be enjoying the
fruits of her labor from about three decades in show business. So we want to
know: is Jennifer Lopez finally getting her due?
Discussed this week:
* “How Jennifer Lopez’s Versace Dress Created Google Images” (Rachel Tashjian, GQ, Sept. 20, 2019) * “Hustlers” (directed by Lorene Scafaria, 2019) * Jennifer Lopez’s Motown Tribute at the 2019 Grammy Awards * “Jennifer Lopez Talks Engagement, Diddy’s Instagram Comments, Bonding With Cardi B + More” (Breakfast Club, Apr. 10, 2019) * “‘Hustlers’ Has a Strong Opening at the Box Office” (Gabe Cohn, The New York Times, Sept. 15, 2019) * “Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez Announce Their Engagement” (The Associated Press, March 9, 2019) * “Selena” (directed by Gregory Nava, 1997) * “Movies (And Other Things)” (Shea Serrano, 2019) * “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66jPJVS4JE" target="new">Waiting for Tonight” (Jennifer Lopez, 1999) * “1999” (Prince, 1982) * “https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120780/?ref=nv_sr_1?ref_=nv_sr_1" target="new">Out of Sight” (directed by Steven Soderbergh, 1998) * “Monster-in-Law” (directed by Robert Luketic, 2005) * “The Wedding Planner” (directed by Adam Shankman, 2001) * “Maid in Manhattan” (directed by Wayne Wang, 2002) * “Gigli” (directed by Martin Brest, 2003) * “Jenny from the Block” (Jennifer Lopez, 2002) * “Play” (Jennifer Lopez, 2001) * “Rap Performer Puffy Combs Is Arrested After Shootings at Times Sq. Nightclub” (William K. Rashbaum, The New York Times, Dec. 28, 1999) * “El Cantante” (directed by Leon Ichaso, 2006) * “American Idol” (Jennifer Lopez as judge in Seasons 10-11 and 13-15)
6 days, 9 hours ago - 2 plays
After a crime occurs, or when someone dies, the police aren’t responsible for
cleaning up. That’s not their job. The coroner takes the body, the police
conduct their investigation, and then everyone leaves. But the blood, and the
rubber gloves, and the uneaten food in the refrigerator are all left behind.
Sandra Pankhurst didn’t like imagining that. So she decided to clean it up.
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1 week, 5 days ago - 1 plays
When supernatural forces come for her kids, Curtis’s mom stands strong. Mrs.
Hagstrom may be the meanest Spooked ghost yet. Don't listen alone...
Curtis’s memoir is https://www.amazon.com/Shadow-Fear- Curtis-Myer-ebook/dp/B07J63ZVND" target="new">Shadow of Fear _._
Producer: Anna Sussman
Original Score: Leon Morimoto
Artwork by: Sanaa Khan
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Season 3 Episode 2
1 month, 3 weeks ago - 25 plays
Robert Greene is the author of books such as Mastery, 33 Strategies of War,
Art of Seduction, the 48 Laws of Power, and the 50th Law (w/ 50 cent).
including mastery, strategies of war, art of seduction, laws of power, one of
which is with rapper 50 cent This episode we talk about the ideas in his books
(power, mastery, seduction) what in his personal life has inspired the books,
but we also talk meditation, writing, not having kids, and bunch more. Edited
by Alex Kontis For any feedback, tweet me at @eriktorenberg
4 years, 1 month ago - 10 plays
Stories In This Episode:
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1 year, 5 months ago - 170 plays
Transmisión original, 24 de marzo de 2017. Un documental que habla de la memoria de Laura Bonaparte que después de luchar contra el olvido en pro de la memoria histórica y por la justicia de los crímenes de Estado en Argentina, hoy la pierde en la necesidad de poder desprenderse del dolor y despedirse de la vida sin sentir que traiciona a la familia que perdió. Natalia Bruschtein, directora del documental y nieta de Laura Bonaparte, y la productora Abril Schmucler hablan sobre el documental que ha ganado varios premios. via Knit
1 year, 9 months ago - 1 plays
Time zones are a pain. Let's get rid of them! Can we? Sure!
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2 months, 2 weeks ago - 3 plays
There are a lot of reasons women should feel optimistic about having both a
career and children. Two professors tell us about the takeaways from their
research on working motherhood and from their experience raising three kids
each. They give advice about managing expectations, transitions, and difficult
times. Guests: Danna Greenberg and Jamie Ladge.
5 months, 3 weeks ago - 1 plays
We're covering lots of important ground on this episode with writer/author
Maria Del Russo -- how to accept (and enjoy) being single, finding yourself
and not being a "dating chameleon", knowing what you want and don't want in a
partner, not letting bad dates get you down, booty call chauffeurs, hammock
sex, and more. We also introduce a new feel-good segment inspired by Maria's
book "Simple Acts of Love" and catch up on Rayna's Russian adventure and who
Ashley is beefing with now. We hope you enjoy!
Follow Maria on Instagram @MariaDelRusso and check her out more here.
Follow us @GirlsGottaEatPodcast, Rayna @OneHungryJew, and Ashley @AshHess. Check our website for tour dates and merch.
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3 months, 3 weeks ago - 1 plays
On the latest episode of Eurobash, Darren Stewart (20:30) discusses his big
win over rival Deron Winn at UFC Boston and Emil Meek (52:30) discusses his
nightmare 2019 and why he wants to fight Diego Sanchez. Petesy Carroll and
Niall McGrath look at the latest headlines in European MMA. Learn more about
your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1 day, 14 hours ago - 2 plays
Martin is a paramedic. He has a gift for saving peoples' lives. He also has
another, darker, gift--one that he doesn’t want to use.
Thank you, Martin Moseley, for sharing your story with us. Martin is a longtime Spooked listener.
Produced by: Eliza Smith
Original Score: Renzo Gorrio
Artwork by: Sanaa Khan
Season III is ALIVE!! There are 26 new episodes of Spooked coming this season each week through Halloween and into a spooky November. To listen to them all, download the Luminary mobile app or go to LuminaryPodcasts.com. And remember, don't turn out the lights...
2 months ago - 2 plays
Alex and Sofia touch on making money from guys' foot fetishes (hey dirty
coachella sandals!), secret sugar daddys, and the ultimate blow job technique
that is guaranteed to be every man's krytopnite. Introducing- The Gluck Gluck
3000 vs 9000. LADIES AND GENTS, listen up!
1 year ago - 53 plays
How different are 20-something and 30-something women when it comes to dating? Has technology stunted younger dudes' game? You've heard of Big Dick Energy, but what about Tight Pussy Energy? And do threesomes ever really live up the hype? We discuss all these hot topics (and shamelessly flirt) with 21-year-old comedian Lev Fer in yet another episode that goes completely off the rails in the best way. Also on deck: The top words that turn Rayna on, and a wild first date story from Ashley. Enjoy! Follow Girls Gotta Eat on Instagram @GirlsGottaEatPodcast + follow Lev Fer @LevFer.
1 year, 3 months ago - 77 plays
Neil deGrasse Tyson — renowned astrophysicist, host of "Cosmos: A Spacetime
Odyssey" on PBS, the "StarTalk Radio" podcast, and best-selling author of
"Letters from an Astrophysicist" — joins Ben to discuss science, religion,
morality, climate change, transgenderism, abortion, and much more. Date:
1 week, 3 days ago - 14 plays
Secrets and lies will not bring down a successful Trump. Plus a father's
heartbreaking fight to save his 7-year-old son from transgender butchery.
1 day ago - 1 plays
En Chile ciudadanos protestan contra el aumento en el precio del servicio de metro. Santiago es el centro de disturbios, saqueos e incendios. El metro dejó de funcionar a las 5 de la tarde, hora local y el sistema que moviliza a casi 2 millones de personas por día no operará durante todo el fin de semana. Rafael Romo nos informa y nos trae lo último desde Santiago de Chile con nuestro corresponsal Christopher Ulloa. http://knit.audio/podcast- advertising" target="new">via Knit
2 days ago - 1 plays
Since the fall of the Islamic State, many of the group’s fighters and their
families have been held in prison camps controlled by U.S.-allied Kurdish
forces. Parents around the world have been trying to get their children and
grandchildren out of the camps and back to their home countries. Now, the fate
of those detainees has become an urgent question after President Trump’s
abrupt recall of American troops from the Syrian border.
We follow one father as he fights to get his daughter, a former ISIS bride, and her children back to Australia.
Guest: Livia Albeck-Ripka, a reporter for The Times in Melbourne, Australia, spoke to Kamalle Dabboussy, whose daughter Mariam is trapped in Syria with her three children. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily.
* “There will be ethnic cleansing of the Kurdish people from Syria, and the American administration will be responsible for it,” said Mazlum Kobani, a Kurdish military commander, when asked about a full American withdrawal from northern Syria. * President Trump is now said to be considering leaving a few hundred troops in eastern Syria to defend against an ISIS resurgence.
2 days, 9 hours ago - 2 plays
Richard Dawkins, FRS FRSL is an English ethologist, evolutionary biologist,
and author. He is an emeritus fellow of New College, Oxford, and was the
University of Oxford's Professor for Public Understanding of Science from 1995
until 2008. His latest book "Outgrowing God: A Beginner's Guide" is available
1 day, 15 hours ago - 1 plays
Fabio Manuppella used to walk by homeless people on the streets of Buenos
Aires thinking they must have done something to deserve their fate. Until he
had to learn first-hand what it means to lose everything you have.
Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at
1 year, 3 months ago - 5 plays
¿Cómo vamos construyendo nuestras identidades a lo largo de la vida?
¿Reconocer nuestra identidad nos libera o nos encierra? El escritor y crítico
de arte Daniel Molina nos muestra cómo la sociedad y la cultura están
cambiando con una rapidez que antes no era imaginable. Ideas que hace 20 años
eran marginales hoy son comunes. En su charla, Daniel nos muestra cómo esta
nueva realidad influye en la construcción de nuestras identidades. Para más
ideas de TED en Español, te esperamos en TEDenEspanol.com.
4 months, 3 weeks ago - 42 plays
In his brilliant 2014 book Nothing is True and Everything is Possible, Soviet-born TV producer turned journalist Peter Pomerantsev described 21st-century Russia as a political anomaly. He wrote about “a new type of authoritarianism” that waged war on reality by peddling conspiracy theories, disregarding the notion of truth, and framing all political opposition as the enemy of the people. Sound familiar? Upon leaving Russia, Pomerantsev found that the world around him had been infected with the same post-truth disease he had diagnosed in Moscow. The war against reality had spread across the globe, from London and Washington, DC, to Mexico City and Manilla, Philippines. All over the place, the same values that had once defined liberal democracy — free speech, pluralism, the open exchange of ideas — were now being used to undermine it. This development became the centerpiece of his dizzying new book This is Not Propaganda, and it is the focal point of our conversation. We discuss: \- How information went from being the tool of dissidents to the tool of authoritarians \- Why Russia developed modern, post-truth politics first \- The tactics that spin doctors and troll farms use to warp our sense of reality \- How the end of the Cold War triggered a global descent into relativist chaos \- How liberal democratic values like free speech and pluralism are being used to undermine liberal democracy \- Why “all politics is now about creating identity” \- Whether it is possible to organize the internet democratically \- Why the informational chaos of digital politics is much worse outside the US \- The worst butchering of a guest’s name in the show’s history And much more. Taking a step back from our current moment, American politics is now dominated by the internal machinations of the post-Soviet political systems Pomerantsev specializes in understanding. To see our politics clearly requires seeing their politics clearly. References: For a Left Populism by Chantal Mouffe On Populist Reason by Ernest Laclau Book recommendations: The Asthenic Syndrome by Kira Muratova (film) History becomes Form by Boris Groys If you enjoyed this conversation, you may also like: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jia-tolentino-on-what-happens-when- life-is-endless/id1081584611?i=1000447807714" target="new">Jia Tolentino on what happens when life is an endless performance Want to contact the show? Reach out at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) News comes at you fast. Join us at the end of your day to understand it. Subscribe to Today, Explained Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1 week, 2 days ago - 1 plays
Muchos sienten que nuestros sistemas políticos están rotos. ¿Hay algo que
podemos hacer para arreglarlos? César Hidalgo estudia cómo aprenden los
equipos, las organizaciones, las ciudades y los países. También desarrolla
herramientas de software para facilitar ese aprendizaje. En su charla en TED
en Español, César propone una idea radical: ¡automatizar a los políticos! Pero
dejemos que él explique cómo funcionaría. Para más ideas de TED en Español,
los esperamos en TEDenEspanol.com.
1 month ago - 7 plays
On The Anxious Achiever, Morra Aarons-Mele explores the way anxiety,
depression, and other mental health issues affect people at work – for better
or worse. In this episode, she speaks with clinical psychologist Ellen
Hendriksen and Arvind Rajan, the CEO of Cricket Health, about the tension
between work and social anxiety. "The Anxious Achiever with Morra Aarons-Mele"
is part of HBR Presents, a new network of business podcasts curated by HBR
editors. For our full lineup of shows, search “HBR” on your favorite podcast
app or visit hbr.org/podcasts.
5 days, 23 hours ago - 1 plays
Rising inequality and growing political instability are the direct result of
decades of bad economic theory, says entrepreneur Nick Hanauer. In a visionary
talk, he dismantles the mantra that "greed is good" -- an idea he describes as
not only morally corrosive, but also scientifically wrong -- and lays out a
new theory of economics powered by reciprocity and cooperation.
1 month, 1 week ago - 7 plays
Throughout the 1970s, a biologist named Howard Temin became convinced that
something wasn’t right in science’s understanding of viruses. His colleagues
dismissed him as a heretic. He turned out to be right — and you're alive today
as a result. Season Four ends with a bedtime story about how we should be
freed by our doubts, not imprisoned by them.
2 months ago - 2 plays
Los adultos mayores son una parte cada vez más importante de nuestras
sociedades. Sin embargo, suelen ser invisibles. Incluso tenemos muchos
prejuicios sobre el envejecimiento de los que ni siquiera somos conscientes.
Para que podamos vivir plenamente hasta el final de nuestras vidas tenemos que
tomar acciones urgentes. En su charla, Inés Castro Almeyra sugiere cómo
hacerlo. Para más ideas de TED en Español, te esperamos en TEDenEspanol.com.
2 weeks, 6 days ago - 6 plays
Lo mejor de TED en Español: publicado originalmente el 12 de julio de 2018. No
hay nada más seguro que la muerte. Lo que sí podemos decidir, es cómo la vamos
a enfrentar. La esposa de Sebastián Corona era una madre joven cuando fue
diagnosticada con una enfermedad terminal. En su charla de TEDxCórdoba,
Sebastián nos cuenta cómo hizo ella para enfrentar la muerte a su manera: con
risas y buen humor. Les advertimos que Sebastián usa un lenguaje colorido para
expresarse, lo que puede ofender a algunos. Para más ideas de TED en Español,
te esperamos en http://TEDenEspanol.com/
9 months, 1 week ago - 28 plays
Rebeca Hwang has spent a lifetime juggling identities -- Korean heritage,
Argentinian upbringing, education in the United States -- and for a long time
she had difficulty finding a place in the world to call home. Yet along with
these challenges came a pivotal realization: that a diverse background is a
distinct advantage in today's globalized world. In this personal talk, Hwang
reveals the endless benefits of embracing our complex identities -- and shares
her hopes for creating a world where identities aren't used to alienate but to
bring people together instead.
1 year, 3 months ago - 1 plays
Carmen Aristegui, el profesor Edgardo Buscaglia analizan los sucesos ocurridos en la ciudad mexicana de Culiacán donde el cartel de Sinaloa escenificó violentos tiroteos en la ciudad en lo que pudo ser la detención de Ovidio Guzmán López, hijo del narcotraficante alias El Chapo Guzmán. Las autoridades alertan a la ciudadanía permanecer en sus casas mientras Culiacán se mantiene en una tensa calma. via Knit
5 days, 4 hours ago - 3 plays
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