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Musicians give irreverent takes on "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die", delivered every Monday morning. We do all the research, help you better understand why you love the things you love, plus introduce you to new music and musical ideas you should care about. Want to sound informed, intelligent, and funny when talking about music, even the records you don't like? Want to laugh while you learn more about music production and music history? Then welcome to your new favorite weekly pod ...
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Life is Funny

Josh Tucker and Evan Brinnon

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Welcome to the Life is Funny podcast where we think we are funny and hope that you might too! We love to talk about topics that are important in our lives even though most of the time we are far from experts. Tune in for a fun, chill time where you'll almost surely laugh at least once and maybe even learn a thing or two!
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Hi! I'm Chilly Chilton! Welcome to my podcast! NO TOPIC is off limits here! This is an honest, random, funny & bold forum for my thoughts... topics include: culture, family, ministry, leadership, church, community, coffee, sports, money, current events & other interesting ideas! Warning: IF you're super religious or take yourself too seriously, you'll probably hate this! This is raw, unrehearsed and unscripted - just me leaking words from my head or heart with NO filters! Oh, and, ALL episod ...
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Nationally syndicated radio host, newspaper columnist and bestselling author Jeremy Bradley heads into podcasting with this weekly download featuring celebrity guests, funny stories and entertaining chatter. The name of the program comes from the idea that sometimes the creative process includes scribbling down random ideas before you can make sense of anything. That's exactly what JB is doing every week on The Scribble.
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Tom Rhodes Smart Camp is a festival of ideas, knowledge, stories, books, and adventures. I have been a comedian for more than 40 years, traveling the world to perform comedy. Whenever I can, I will share my adventures with you on this podcast. Together with my creative partner and best friend, Ashna, we 're offering a blend of wisdom, humor, and heart. Tune in to Tom Rhodes Smart Camp for a journey filled with laughter, life lessons, and unexpected stories that promise to entertain and inspire.
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Humanity's Thundering Brainstorms Turned Blundering Brain Farts They are priceless, multifaceted jewels of misjudgment. Masterworks of the moronic. Steroid-juiced stupidity wearing a size 9XX dunce cap embroidered with one simple word: “Duh.” They are the colossally, cringingly, often laughably bad notions that have leapt from the short-circuiting synapses of some of the world’s brightest (and dimmest) brains, now faithfully retold here as "100 of the Worst Ideas in History, The Podcast." Ba ...
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Ever wondered how technology start-ups, well, start-up? For most founder entrepreneurs, it is the biggest experiment they'll ever run. Like most experiments, the result isn't known beforehand and it often doesn't work first time. On a bigger scale, how do big tech companies turn innovative science into profit? Mark Davison interviews founder scientists, executives, investors, communicators, and others in the technology start-up and corporate science ecosystems. Learn how great ideas turned i ...
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Get obsessed with us. Five days a week, Pop Culture Happy Hour serves you recommendations and commentary on the buzziest movies, TV, music, books, videogames and more. Join arts journalists Linda Holmes, Glen Weldon, Stephen Thompson, and Aisha Harris - plus a rotating cast of guest pop culture aficionados. The Happy Hour team leaves room at the table for exploring a range of reactions and opinions on every bit of the pop universe. From lowbrow to highbrow to the stuff in between, they take ...
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Funny Ideas - learning and development with humour

Funny Ideas - learning and development with humour

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Where work and comedy collide. Join learning and development consultant and improviser Julie Flower and a special guest as they explore the bigger concepts in modern working life in a refreshing and humorous way. There is also live improvised comedy from duo Twinprov, inspired by the guest's suggestion. This podcast also plays as a lie radio show on Channel Radio 2. To hear more about Julie's work as a consultant, trainer and coach, head to The Specialist Generalist at www.specialistgenerali ...
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Comedy writer and innovation coach, Tim Reid, chats to other comedy professionals about how they keep the ideas flowing. As well as being co-creator and co-writer of Peter Kay’s Car Share, Tim trains teams in creativity and innovation. And Tim believes we can all learn how to be more creative by finding out how comedians and comedy writers think, behave and the methods they use for coming up with a steady stream of new material. So he’s getting inside their funny minds to see where their ide ...
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Silly songsters

Silly Songsters

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Every week we take an idea or thought provided by someone out there and turn it into a funny song in 30 minutes. That's 30 minutes from conception, writing, composition right through to final recording. Please send ideas for songs to sillysongsters@hotmail.com, or visit www.myspace.com/sillysongsters to learn more. For funny, silly songs by the sillysongsters, this is where to come.
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Welcome to Not Just Pretty Faces, the podcast that celebrates women who are killing it. I'm so excited to share the stories of brilliant, funny, powerful women who are tapping into their skills and making tomorrow better. On this podcast you’ll learn how women just like you tackle tough choices, failure, and cultural bias in pursuit of bringing their great ideas to life. These women are the face of change, not just pretty.
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"Do you want a podcast that's about Japan and Japanese culture but is a little dark? Well look elsewhere, because this podcast is the most dark and disturbing part of a dark and disturbing society that some like to call home, others call Nihon, and others still just see as Porn Island. Join your two hosts Jesus and Michael (yeah seriously) as they take a comical and informative journey through the world of Japan through JAV. Yes, that's Japanese adult videos. This is a porn podcast. But it's ...
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the best place to listen to young people talk about their ideas on how that affects their lives. you will be hearing funny stories, careers, life goals, sports, and all kinds of stories you can imagine. the podcast will help young people to get noticed for their amazing hard work, and how you can add does habits to your change your life.Each episode will be various stories from different people. the podcast will help young people get their voices heard without getting hurt or scared to speak up.
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Six of Spades

KMIH 88.9 The Bridge

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Everyday, we have tens of thousands of thoughts, wonderings, or ideas. With Six of Spades, you can add one more to that number and learn about the things you weren’t even wondering about; things like the the story of sea monkeys, or the origin of storytelling, even the beginning of histories most daunting conspiracy’s. Find it all here, on Six of Spades with your host Sophie Cartwright
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MYGAYSPANISH is a Spanish language learning Podcast spoken in everyday, Latin American Spanish. The Spanish is geared towards intermediate and advanced language learners and uses the most common Spanish spoken by friends having a good time. The podcast is 99% in Spanish, so you can lean back and focus on your listening comprehension. The topics are different and eccentric with a focus on humor. The hosts are also funny and good friends who throw shade at one another from time to time, while ...
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Follow Stephanie as she shares her self-publishing journey under the pen name, Jemma Frost. Full of funny stories and encouraging advice, learn how to write, edit, and publish your own romance novel! Stay in the loop by following her on social media! Instagram/Facebook: @thearrowedheart or @authorjemmafrost Website: www.thearrowedheart.com
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Journey To The Magic

Walt Disney Travel Company

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Hey there! And welcome to Journey to the Magic... The Official Walt Disney Travel Company Podcast, Giovanna Fletcher’s new, star-studded podcast about all the things that make Disneyland Paris, Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disney Cruise Line oh so magical. Tune in to our first season and each week you’ll hear from celebrity guests as they share their most magical memories, funny stories and family traditions from their Disney holidays. Giovanna will then ask them what their Perfec ...
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Holy....! Each week we’ll discuss an episode of ”The Good Place” along with a Jewish text or idea or two that relates to the theme of the episode. Hosted by Jon Spira-Savett, rabbi and lover of great TV comedy and ethical philosophy, along with different co-hosts who teach Judaism and Torah and are smart and funny. We may not be as funny as ”The Good Place” itself, but we channel our own inner Chidis and Janets, as well as our Eleanors and Michaels and Tahanis and Jasons. Subscribe now, chec ...
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Job Interviews

Mike Barrett and Patrick Barrett, Test Prep and Admissions Experts and Auth

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The right conversation can be life-changing, especially when it involves learning from someone else’s choices, regrets, successes, and mistakes. Unfortunately, these kinds of profound, helpful conversations are hard to come by--you’re lucky if you have 2 or 3 of them as a young adult, and lots of people never even get to have a single one. Job Interviews is here to fill that void with honest, real, direct advice about school and careers from real people with real experiences. We conduct thor ...
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Train Your Brain... Lose Your Pain!

Dr. Steve Taubman and Dr. Tim Warren

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Get a leg up on chronic pain w/o additional drugs, devices, doctors or deductibles. Pain experts, international speakers, bestselling authors, and funny guys, Dr. Steve Taubman and Dr. Tim Warren riff on the science of pain and the failure of conventional treatments, based on over 75 years of experience in natural pain relief. Together known as The OUCH! Doctors, they share cutting edge ideas for body-mind healing. Laugh, think, and learn with The OUCH! Doctors and their expert guests. Suppo ...
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The Commoner

The Commoner

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JOIN US! We feel open dialogue hasn’t been as easy to come across, so we started a podcast which embodies the exchange of ideas. Come enjoy a conversation with 3 friends who are excited to hear your unique opinion in an open environment geared towards respect and learning. Your thoughts and opinions are valuable, and they deserve to be shared! Record a voice memo on a topic you’re passionate about, send it to us & we’ll play it to an audience of everyday people who want to hear from you. Wel ...
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Immigrant Masters Unite is the ultimate, one of a kind podcast where immigrant business owners and entrepreneurs share their success stories to help other live the TRUE AMERICAN DREAM! Finally, a podcast where we immigrants can call home and learn from each other! Polish Peter, an immigrant himself who came to United States from Poland when he was 14 years old, had to overcome many obstacles millions of immigrant entrepreneurs face every day. From learning English, to adjusting to new cultur ...
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Shout Louder Punk Podcast

Shout Louder Punk Podcast

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Shout Louder is a podcast for modern punks; we've got interviews, anecdotes and the best underground music. On our radio episodes you can discover your new favourite punk band. In our hour-long interviews you can laugh, learn about the music community and feel like you've made some new friends. We try to represent the diverse range of genres and individuals involved in the UK DIY punk rock community. All our chats are personal, relatable, funny and full of music banter. The podcast is just o ...
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Take chances, make mistakes and get messy! Random Theory is here to blow your mind and challenge the way we talk about science. A theory is: a plausible or scientifically acceptable general principal or body of principals offered to explain a phenomena. I’m Grace Dirig, your host and around here at TKOR we like to think the Random Theory best explains how we come up with ideas! Miss Frizzle was the first person to challenge the way I saw the world! Yeah, you know the super cool girl from the ...
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Anna McCoy is inspirational, funny, and intentional about helping others create success. She is an entrepreneur and has committed her life to educating and equipping others for over three decades. She simply wants to make life better! Billionaire Brilliance is an intelligent aspirational brand committed to our mission to set a new standard for intuitive knowledge, creative genius, business acumen, and global commerce by learning better and doing better. Our vision for all is to unlock their ...
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Send us a Text Message. If you're in your 30s, 40s or 50s, you'll relate to this episode! Jeremy Bradley talks about being a computer owner back in the 1990s and early 2000s. The systems were minimal and basic, and, you know what, they were perfectly fine! JB has a laugh talking about his family's 256 MB computer and having to uninstall programs ju…
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Financial scams are an unfortunate phenomenon, but what happens when a fraudster messes with the wrong grandma? The very fun action-comedy Thelma imagines exactly this scenario. The movie stars June Squibb as a woman scammed by someone pretending to be her grandson. She then enlists her old friend (the late Richard Roundtree) to help get her money …
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Welcome to Tom Rhodes Smart Camp! Hooray, it's the first day of summer, my favorite season! I’m in my apartment with a massive, seeded watermelon from Sprouts. What’s with the obsession with seedless watermelons? I’ve been home for a few days between gigs in Minneapolis and San Jose. My suitcase is open, laundry is done, and I’m half a watermelon d…
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The brilliant and idiosyncratic new HBO series Fantasmas has a simple plot. Creator and star Julio Torres searches New York City for an earring he lost at a club. In the execution, that quest gets transformed into something epic and surreal and queer in every sense of the word. He keeps bumping into random New Yorkers whose stories play out in a se…
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The second half of Bridgerton's latest season just dropped on Netflix, and naturally the course of true love continues to not run smoothly. Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) and Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) may have finally declared their feelings for each other, but there's still a lot left to figure out. We previously talked about the fi…
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Tito Puente fused Latin rhythms with big band jazz arrangements and became an ambassador for Latin music throughout the world. The fellas discuss marimba solos, laying back on the piano, and starting your professional music career before puberty. Email us your complaints (or questions / comments) at 1001AlbumComplaints@gmail.com Listen to our episo…
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Whether they're lightly perspiring, gently glowing, or soaked through from sweltering, people in the movies sweat a lot. But what movie has had people sweat the very most? With summer underway, we are debating what is the sweatiest movie of all time — including Do the Right Thing, Dog Day Afternoon, Y tu mamá también, and Body Heat. Learn more abou…
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In the bubbly affluence of post–World War II America, Coke is the cola preferred by 60 percent of the market. Yet by 1983, pesky rival Pepsi has begun to outsell Coke among coveted youth demographics. Despite a generations-long reign as the world’s top-selling soft drink, “The Real Thing” -- a bastion of coolheaded product stability-- makes an unch…
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This week, the guys open up about clothes, specifically their clothing choices, preferences, and thoughts. According to Evan, Josh had a bit of a 'dad' look on their Zoom call, but Josh described his style as "Southern preppy," whatever that means. Listen in to hear how many times the guys re-wear clothes before they get too funky, how their day-to…
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Send us a Text Message. It seems like everyone is complaining about money nowadays: how little they make at their jobs, how expensive groceries are, how unaffordable housing is. So, is it a little classless to talk about how much money you make -- as in having a great income? Jeremy Bradley talks about how growing up he and his brothers never dared…
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Pixar's Inside Out introduced us to the core emotions inside an 11-year-old girl named Riley. We met Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), and Anger (Lewis Black). In Inside Out 2, Riley is experiencing puberty and a whole new crop of emotions have popped up. Most notably Anxiety (Maya Hawke) who has literally bottled up Riley's original core…
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Tom chats with comedian Ben Gonzalez, known for his sharp and insightful material. They dive into Ben's unique journey from being a paramedic to becoming a comedian, discussing how his background influences his comedy. Ben shares how becoming a father motivated him to pursue stand-up and how he balances his career with parenting. His new special, "…
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Presumed Innocent was a blockbuster legal thriller as a novel, and then a hit movie starring Harrison Ford. Now, Apple TV+ brings back the story of the accuser turned defendant as a limited series. Jake Gyllenhaal plays the lead this time, as a prosecutor who is accused of the murder of the colleague he'd had an affair with. David E. Kelley (Big Li…
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This is the time of year when so many students graduate. Whether it's graduation episodes of our favorite TV series, high school songs, or movies about the last wild night of high school, we're revisiting our episode about the best moments about graduation in pop culture. Learn more about sponsor message choices: podcastchoices.com/adchoices NPR Pr…
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Outkast upended expectations for what a hip hop album could be and continued to defy the norms on their first self-produced album Stankonia. The fellas welcome a special guest from the VerseChorusVerse podcast and discuss "tornado" productions, sticking to a positive message, and the magic of self-editing. Check out special guest dl's podcast @Vers…
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Am I OK? is a about what happens when you finally come to accept your sexuality much later in life than many do. It stars Dakota Johnson and Sonoya Mizuno as two women in their 30s who have been best friends a long time. But Johnson's character is grappling with the possibility that she's queer – and with the fact that her most treasured friendship…
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Uber music producer Farian is looking for the “next big thing” in music. Scouring the ’80s Berlin club scene, he happens upon models Fabrice Morvan and Rob Pilatus tearing up the dance floor. To most, they’re no more than hunky, prancing boy toys. But to Farian, they’re ideal front men for a new band. One problem: Neither Rob nor Fab can sing. To c…
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The challenges of scientific entrepreneurship don’t end when you get funding. In fact, a whole new set of challenges arise, from finding labs, to building your team and more. In this episode I talk to Dr. Kärt Tomberg, CEO and co-founder of ExpressionEdits. She is now at that exact moment, where she has just secured £10 million of funding. So, who …
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This week, the guys talk about planning things after some proposed plans have yet to be put in place. Evan has had a little trouble making plans recently, and one of those plans involves hanging with Josh. Fortunately, they're able to hash things out, and ultimately, planning is easier if you just go for it. The guys also talk about how friendship …
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Send us a Text Message. People often avoid thinking about death because it's seen as a distant event that there will plenty of time to worry about later. Jeremy Bradley talks about coincidental conversations he's had with friends about "the end." He shares how friends have recently experienced death in their respective families and how each situati…
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Netflix's entertaining dark comedy Hit Man is not about a hired killer. It's about a guy who pretends to be a hired killer. Director Richard Linklater co-wrote this film with movie star of the moment, Glen Powell. Based very loosely on a real guy, Powell plays a mild-mannered professor who also works undercover for the police as a fake hitman. We w…
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Tom sits down with comedian Ric Diez. Ric, originally from Spain but now living in Brussels, recently performed at the Netflix is a Joke festival at the Kia Forum in LA, a venue that has hosted legends like Elvis Presley and Led Zeppelin. Despite initial nerves, Ric managed to win over a tough crowd that had been booing many performers, although he…
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The venerable British science fiction series Doctor Who is back with a new season. Ncuti Gatwa — who is Black and openly queer — brings a vibrant energy to the story of an alien who travels through space and time in a blue box. The series, now streaming on Disney+, also features the return of showrunner Russell T. Davies, who birthed the modern era…
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The new FX limited series Clipped tells the story of Donald Sterling, the then-owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, who was outed as a racist. Sterling's girlfriend – who was Black and Mexican – secretly recorded their conversations. When those tapes leaked, he was embroiled in a scandal that upended the NBA – an industry that profits off the star po…
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The Sopranos changed television. The HBO series was centered on mobster Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini), a deeply flawed male antihero. That then- innovative approach cast a long shadow on television, but what really set The Sopranos apart was the fact that Tony was in therapy — a genius touch that granted viewers special access to his inner confli…
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Nearly a half century after George Washington dons a three-cornered hat, courageously crosses the Delaware River, and defeats the British Army redcoats, President John Quincy Adams strips down to his birthday suit, swims naked in the Potomac River, and leaves America red faced. Giving “crack of dawn” a whole new meaning, each morning, Adams sneaks …
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Bon Jovi put the hours in on the Jersey Shore club scene before hitting the big time in the 1980s with their breakthrough album Slippery When Wet. The guys discuss Jon's golden retriever good looks, Ritchie's overused pinch harmonics, and the power of an entire stadium singing back at you. Email us your complaints (or questions / comments) at 1001A…
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This week, for just the second time in the history of the LIF podcast, a voice other than Josh and Evan joins the airwaves. A very special guest starts the episode with a fun story about some camping shenanigans involving two long-time listeners, a compromising position, and a storm. The guys have a few thoughts on how they would've handled the sam…
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Send us a Text Message. The world is still reacting to the Donald Trump hush-money verdict. Jeremy Bradley shares his thoughts as an "outsider" (Canadian) while the world watched on. JB talks about how everything related to American politics is a spectacle and why he thought there would be riots and burning buildings across the U.S. on Thursday nig…
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Sometimes, our favorite musical artists are too good to be true because they're sprung from the imaginations of Hollywood screenwriters. But what makes a fake band great? Today, we are debating the best fictional bands in TV and film — including from Mamma Mia!, Josie and the Pussycats, It's Your Move, and Miami Connection. We want to hear your opi…
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