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Join Thomas for some critical thinking on questions of science, philosophy, skepticism and politics. These serious topics are discussed with some serious guests, but in an entertaining and engaging way! This is not your typical interview podcast; it’s a friendly dialogue, conducted thoughtfully and with plenty of humor. It's Serious Inquiries Only; but like, not boring or anything.
 
The LGBTQ experience is more than just a rainbow flag, it’s a movement. The PRIDE podcast hosted by Levi Chambers celebrates every person under the queer umbrella with skillful journalism and engaging interviews. Ever wondered about the queer pirates who of the Caribbean? How about the origins of the expression "coming out" or the queer history of the United States? Join us as we provide a platform to LGBTQ people with stories to tell — stories about sexuality, gender, love, laughter or anyt ...
 
I am a redneck that fell in love with filming a long time ago and I made it my job. I am going to use this podcast platform to try and help as many guys out there that are thirsty for the information on Outdoor Video and Content Creation. Contact me by email at rednecktechpodcast@gmail.com or on Instagram at @Rednecktechpodcast
 
Have you ever wondered how successful people have turned an idea into a business or lifestyle? One day they have an idea and then many years later we see them on T.V. living the life that you dream of living…being hosted on big-time interviews, traveling the world, and achieving the financial freedom that you know you can achieve! One major thing that we do not see in these stories is the process of having the idea to actually creating the business or lifestyle around it. This is where "Idea ...
 
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Marvin Cortes was the runner-up on cycle 20 of the modeling competition show, “America’s Next Top Model.” He was always caught flirting with the girls competing on the show and even ended up in a short relationship with Renee Bog-wah-deen at the end of the season. Which is part of the reason why Marvin’s family never suspected that he was anything …
 
Caleb is currently the Hitting and Pitching Development Coordinator at the University of Texas. Prior to his current position at UT, he was the Director of Hitting Development and Analytics at Arizona State. When he's not at the field coaching, he's running his business, Marv Training. A company that started out selling resistance bands and is now …
 
In my second episode of Marie, Myself, and I, I talk about how I experience my mind versus how others around me experience theirs. The difference is illuminating and sorrowful. ***** "Marie, Myself, & I" is a repurposing of Everyone's Autonomous. Marie focuses on recovery/healing/reclaiming work specifically through the lens of religious trauma, fo…
 
But don't take my word for it, Dr. Lindsey Osterman is here to break down the social science for us! And guess what, SURPRISE SURPRISE, it doesn't support the conservative war on porn and sex work. And it's not just conservatives, it's NYT's Nicholas D. Kristof, and prominent anti-porn feminists like Catharine MacKinnon. Listen as Lindsey explains …
 
Getting to where you fish post-Nicholas, The art of the walk-in wade, Key reefs and structure post-hurricane, Pros and cons of different hull types, Realities of "Dead Zones", Water temps and the fall pattern. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Audacy
 
In The Values in Numbers: Reading Japanese Literature in a Global Information Age (Columbia UP, 2021), Hoyt Long offers both a reinterpretation of modern Japanese literature through computational methods and an introduction to the history, theory, and practice of looking at literature through numbers. He weaves explanations of these methods and the…
 
Today we’re talking with Saro, spelled s-a-r-o, an LA-based R&B-pop artist. Saro, AKA Evan Windom, is an independent artist who’s moody tracks live up to his name as he belts out lyrics like “love is pain.” Recently, Saro began to openly sing about the men he has dated. Like his recent single, “Daddy I Love Him.” But before he was proudly using mal…
 
Our popular FROM TOP TO BOTTOM series returns with one of the greatest filmmakers to ever step behind a camera - the inimitable FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA. And we're joined for this 90-minute (that's a laugh) dive into his entire filmography by writer and producer BRYAN COGMAN, from GAME OF THRONES. It's a beautiful messy dive into one hell of an auteur.…
 
After coaching stops at the University of Michigan, Maryland, Pepperdine, and San Diego, Sean Kenny has found a home as pitching coach at the University of Georgia. This is his 26th year as a collegiate coach. He has continued to adapt over the years with all the new information while keeping his core beliefs on how to develop pitchers. In this epi…
 
To envision and create the futures we want, society needs an appropriate understanding of the likely impact of alternative actions. Data models and visualizations offer a way to understand and intelligently manage complex, interlinked systems in science and technology, education, and policymaking. Atlas of Forecasts: Modeling and Mapping Desirable …
 
Dr. Don Davis (Professor and Chair, Department of Asian Studies) speaks about the newly launched Resource Library for Dharmaśāstra Studies, a digitized open educational resource hosted at the University of Texas, Austin. We discuss the genesis and utility of this important online resource, highlighting the herculean efforts of Dr. Patrick Olivelle.…
 
Therese Chan, an actual vet (though not a horse doctor) is here to talk about Ivermectin. What is it, what does it do, what does it not do, why are so many people taking it, will it turn you into a horse, will it turn you back from a horse to a human, is this a simulation, no really is it, how is any of this real, and more!…
 
In your head, you probably had an idea, or preconceived notation, or who Raven Symone was, which is why many of her fans were surprised when she announced her secret wedding to a woman named Miranda Maday. Today, we talk marriage with Raven and Miranda, the reality of being a young queer actor on Disney, their new YouTube channel, and maybe babies.…
 
Aaron has been coaching at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee for thirteen years now. He is the Associate Head Coach and is also in charge of running the offense. Aaron has continued to evolve as a coach throughout the years with all of the new pieces of technology, while relying on his experience to help simplify it to his players. In this…
 
We go deep into the recesses of the CANDYMAN franchise - the original, the reimagining/spiritual sequel, and all those pesky sequels - with CALEB WARD, the VP of Acquisitions for Highland Film Group, formerly of Freestyle Digital Releasing. We also touch on Fantastic Fest, growing up in the South, and shitty emo and folk bands. And if you think we …
 
The very first episode of "Marie, Myself, & I". Today I talk about my proposed universal law of "Truth Begets Truth" as I review my weekend at the Everyone's Agnostic/Everyone's Autonomous retreat in Tennessee. ***** "Marie, Myself, & I" is a repurposing of Everyone's Autonomous. Marie focuses on recovery/healing/reclaiming work specifically throug…
 
Joe is the founder of Tri City Aresnal, a nationally known travel baseball organization based out of New Jersey. Joe has sent thousands of kids to play college baseball, and hundreds that ended up playing professional baseball, including one of the greatest players of all time, Mike Trout. Joe made the jump to be in baseball full-time in the mid 80…
 
... AGAINST ANTI GAY ACTIVISTS. Yeah. It's a bad science thingy. But bad science thingies are a bat signal for Dr. Lindsey Osterman, who is here to break down this study for us! What does the study prove? What does it definitely not prove? Find out! Uzarevic et al. (2021) "Are Atheists Unprejudiced?", Uzarevic et al. (2017) "Are Atheists Undogmatic…
 
Fall 2021 is already here and honestly I am not sure we are ready, we have a new giant client coming on board as well as tons of trips already planned. In this podcast we go over some of the gear we have added to the list as well as some of the plans for the first couple of hunts for the fall.Gear Talked about in the podcast:GoPro Light: https://ww…
 
Statistical graphing was born in the seventeenth century as a scientific tool, but it quickly escaped all disciplinary bounds. Today graphics are ubiquitous in daily life. In their just-published A History of Data Visualization and Graphic Communication (Harvard UP, 2021), Michael Friendly and Howard Wainer detail the history of graphs and tables, …
 
Today is the last "Everyone's Autonomous" episode. I was planning to just keep publishing on this feed but coincidentally, I have hit my storage limit so I will begin to "expire" old episodes of EA2 to make space for the new stuff. That said, a little about this episode! Rebekah was born at an air force base in Florida. She moved to a town of 12K i…
 
Increasingly we live through our personal screens; we work, play, socialize, and learn digitally. The shift to remote everything during the pandemic was another step in a decades-long march toward the digitization of everyday life made possible by innovations in media, information, and communication technology. In The Digital Environment: How We Li…
 
Like many child actors, Alyson has since spoken out about the intense conditions of her childhood and how she barely escaped the toddler-to-trainwreck pipeline. Today, she lives a pretty ordinary life. She’s furniture shopping for her new home, going to the farmers market on the weekends and researching what college she wants to take classes at. Sh…
 
We have had Lauren on before but that was last year when she was with us for the RTP class, now she is working for Copeland Creative as our social media manager. She has. a wealth of knowledge in the waterfowl world, the photography world and for sure in social media. She hails from Mississippi and she is one of the best souls around. Listen and gi…
 
You might have seen the very scary headlines about a Massachusetts outbreak in which 74% of those infected were vaccinated. That sounds terrifying! But is it? What does actual science person Dr. Lindsey Osterman make of these numbers? The news is actually far better than you might think! Find out why! In a quick first segment, Lindsey gives us a hi…
 
Raj Balkaran speaks with Jacob Kyle about the genesis and vision of the online educational platform Embodied Philosophy. Over the course of their rich conversation, they touch on contemplative studies, the journal Tarka, yoga in the West, the scholar-practitioner, the state of online education, the ethics of entrepreneurship and the integration of …
 
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