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A deeply entertaining, R-rated, darkly satirical, sex-positive comedy audio drama with elements of horror. Congratulations! You are now a shareholder in Kakos Industries, a megacorporation that specializes in helping its clients to Do Evil Better. You are now entitled to listen to the shareholder announcements that keep you up to date on all of the advancements made in Evil and the bizarre occurrences inside of Kakos Industries itself. For fans of Welcome to Night Vale, Douglas Adams, Better ...
 
The Wicked Library is a Parsec Award winning show featuring horror fiction stories from upcoming, new, independent and bestselling authors. Our Tales of terror are read by Host / Producer, Daniel Foytik and other popular voice actors and feature custom music to bring the stories to life. Each episode features the work of some of the best voices in independent horror fiction. Authors of all types have contributed stories, like Jessica McHugh, KB Goddard, C. Bryan Brown, Stephanie Wytovich, an ...
 
Welcome to Shit Showtime, the comedy movie podcast where two long time friends watch and shoot the shit about movies! With chaotic irreverence, we tackle a new release and an oldie every month. Two friends, two mics, two movies a month. Good things come in pairs!
 
This movement is created by leaders who are inspired to take action. While we are all connecting by our shared goals to fight fracking’s harms, each and every leader brings a different perspective to this fight. And each perspective has a unique story behind it – a story to tell and to inspire.We’ve teamed up with producer Ryan Clover from Eco-Defense Radio to interview leaders in the Halt the Harm Network about everyday life, and what inspires them to action, day in, day out.
 
What is Freemasonry? Are the Freemasons really a Secret Society? How can the Masonic Journey transform a good man into a better man? The honorable fraternity of Freemasonry has endured for centuries and has been present in some of the greatest moments in modern history. What sets Masons apart from an ordinary man? The answer to these and many questions are explained in this Masonic Podcast. Created by a Master Mason for Masons and those interested in knowing more about Masonry and the Art of ...
 
The Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women is a non-profit organization that prepares and promotes conservative women leaders. Originally founded in 1993 as the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, our headquarters is in the Washington DC (USA) area.
 
The Velo Worthy Podcast is a show about the people and practice of the peloton. It brings Southern California (and beyond) cycling into the realm of podcasting. Featured guests will provide insights into their philosophy and work ethic, training, nutrition, recovery and challenges. This podcast will provide everything from advice on riding, racing, safety, etiquette, bike advocacy, and living a productive life on and off the bike. We get into people’s purpose and process all the information ...
 
Art Beat is a public access television show that "keeps its finger on the pulse of the arts community." This show debuted on May 4, 2001 on and the podcast debuted on March 3, 2010. We interview artist, writers, musicians and pure creative people. This show is produced and Hosted by Kinte Fergerson. Theme song "Song to the Ancesotrs" by Taumbu Live every Wednesday 8pm pst http://www.blogtalkradio.com/artbeat Listener call in number (347) 855-8305 Voice mail feedback line (206) 337-8005 Email ...
 
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Professional cyclist, Amity Rockwell, joins the Midpack to talk gravel, endurance racing, and more!Trevor and Sheldon also discuss more Crusher EX, Fargo Sub 48, and their unfortunate recent run-in with a Carolina Reaper.Breakdown:Beers - 3:10Crusher EX - 5:00Fargo Sub 48 - 11:20Carolina Reaper - 14:15Amity Rockwell - 19:52…
 
H.R. McMaster, retired Army Lieutenant General and former National Security Advisor, joins us for a look into the most critical foreign policy and national security challenges facing the United States today. What does America gain by maintaining a military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan? How do we handle the escalating tensions with Russia and Ch…
 
Episode Notes Firstly, we apologize because it sounds at time as though we are recording on an actual racetrack – we’re doing our best but the freeway is very very close to our house. Now, for the show itself – we watched episode 1 – The Rabbit Hole of 2016’s Hulu miniseries 11.22.63. We’ve got Stephen King (YAY). We’ve got time travel (YAY). We’ve…
 
Congressman Greg Walden of Oregon’s Second Congressional District joins us to talk about the real benefits of forest management to reduce the size, intensity, and carbon emissions from wildfires in the West. What are the left’s arguments against forest management? How have radical Democrat environmental policies disrupted a healthy forest ecosystem…
 
Season 10 brings you another dark tale written just for us. When Kris Winters moves into her grandmother’s house and becomes ill, she thinks it’s allergies. She couldn’t be more wrong. Told by: Jessica McEvoy Custom Score: Nico Vettese Voice of the Librarian: Nelson W. Pyles | Artwork: Jeanette Andromeda | Host / Producer / Showrunner: Daniel Foyti…
 
For the 100th episode of Hold These Truths - Scott Adams returns! From the California wildfires to the pandemic response to the psychological motivations behind Antifa, Scott brings us his unique perspective on the events dominating America today. Scott Adams is a cartoonist and creator of "Dilbert", writer, and certified hypnotist. He is the host …
 
Mark Beaumont is a Scottish ultra distance athlete and cyclist, broadcaster and author. He holds the record for cycling round the world, completing his 18,000-mile (29,000 km) route on 18 September 2017, having taken less than 79 days, which was his second journey around the globe by bicycle. We chat with Mark about his record ride and the massive …
 
Roving journalist Michael Tracey joins us to discuss what he observed on his two month journey documenting the civil unrest across America. From Seattle to Philadelphia, with dozens of small and large cities in-between, Michael saw firsthand what's really motivating the riots, looting, and violence which has destroyed the lives and livelihoods of c…
 
Mark Macy and Travis Macy are adventure racers and ultra endurance athletes from Evergreen, Colorado. This is part two with Mark and Travis (they appeared together with us on Episode 35 in July). This time around, we’re able to discuss in much more detail their epic adventure in ‘The World’s Toughest Race’, Eco Challenge Fiji, which is now streamin…
 
Episode Notes Buckle up because we’re going on a ride this week as we accompany Maria Bello on the worst road trip of her life (CW: Sexual Assault). We settle further into our belief that when you see Ann Dowd, you should run far and fast in the opposite direction. If you don’t take that hint, then I urge you to turn back at the “last chance to tur…
 
Dr. Avik Roy joins us for a pragmatic look at America’s approach to the COVID-19 response thus far and how it compares to other countries which fared better or worse than us. From lockdowns to school re-openings, there is much we can learn from the past eight months to better prepare ourselves for the future. Dr. Avik Roy is the co-founder of The F…
 
Gene Caffrey is an avid endurance cyclist and committed fundraiser to the fight against Multiple Sclerosis. After many years of competing in marathons, Ironman’s and many other endurance events, Gene was diagnosed with MS about ten years ago. Since then, Gene has combined his passion for cycling with the fight against MS, raising a tremendous amoun…
 
Episode Notes This week we persevere through kitty co-hosting and losing almost all of one of a double record to bring you a heaping helping of adaptations of Stephen King’s “Gramma.” After an aperitif of Lovecraftian history, first up we discuss Barrett Oliver, who is abused by his parent and grandparent all in the span of 20 minutes in the 1986 e…
 
Dr. Bjorn Lomborg joins us to continue the conversation on rational environmentalism which we left off with Michael Shellenberger. What are the second order effects of climate change policies, like the ones we find in the Green New Deal, on poor communities and developing countries? How do these policies - counterintuitively - actually hurt the env…
 
John Watson is the founder and owner of the Radavist, a website dedicated to bringing awesome cycling content and culture to the outdoor community for over a decade. We had the pleasure of speaking with John about the origins of the Radavist, his passion for the outdoors and cycling, Covid-19 and much more. You can check out all of the sites great …
 
Hello! On this episode we hear an interview that we recorded a few weeks back with Dr. Heather Calloway. Currently, Dr. Calloway serves as the Executive Director of University Collections at Indiana University Bloomington. She is also a Founding Board Member of the Historical Society for American Fraternalism (http://www.hsaf.org) and has previousl…
 
Evolutionary biologist Dr. Bret Weinstein returns to explore the latest developments in gene splicing, stem cells, lifespan extension, the search for extraterrestrial civilizations, and the next (and perhaps final) step in human evolution - the Fourth Frontier. Dr. Bret Weinstein is host of the DarkHorse Podcast and a Visiting Fellow in the James M…
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome back Bro. Nicholas Harvey for a discussion on the need for data in Masonry, and potential solutions for filling the data gap! www.datadrivenmasonry.comBy Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
 
Episode Notes We missed you so for our first week back, we cover a whole bunch of things. We tried watching the first and last episode of Under the Dome which made for an impossible episode – so we spend a bit of time trying to sort through it. Then we move directly to 2014 film The Good Marriage (available on Amazon Prime) with the stunning Joan A…
 
Historian Amity Shlaes joins us for a new look at the origins and aftermath of LBJ's Great Society – the massive federal poverty-reduction programs of the 1960's. The debates in that era were the same debates today: socialism vs capitalism, public-sector vs private-sector, victimhood vs self-empowerment. And the cost of these programs led to devast…
 
Amity Rockwell is an American professional racing cyclist. In 2019, she won the women's edition of the DK 200 mile gravel race. We had the pleasure of speaking with Amity about her journey into the sport of cycling, her huge DK win, and background as a runner growing up with two ultra running parents. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adv…
 
Season 10 continues with another briny Batrachian tale as we take a dark dive into the deep. Geoffrey Sykes Vermillion returns in another dark and mysterious adventure. This time, he visits his friend Gerald Marshall at his summer, seaside cottage when Gerald's nephew falls ill under strange circumstances. This tale draws on the events told in "The…
 
Dr. Arthur Brooks is one of the world's most preeminent researchers on the topics of government, economic opportunity, happiness, and the morality of free enterprise. He joins us to talk about leadership principles that every aspiring politician needs to know, and how to use storytelling to craft a more persuasive argument for your opponent. Dr. Ar…
 
Did you know George Washington was a Freemason? /satire BUT, his Masonic gavel actually has some stories to tell. This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome Bro. Chris Ruli, member of Potomac Lodge No.5, for a discussion on the George Washington gavel!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
 
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