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Short, daily video tips from Susan Westmoreland, Good Housekeeping magazine’s Food Editor. Every day, Susan chooses a quick and easy recipe that you can make for dinner that night. In the video, she offers you tips and tricks to make that recipe even easier. Shot in the Good Housekeeping Test Kitchens, these also give a behind-the-scenes look at where GH tests each and every recipe in the magazine.
 
Your intrepid librarian host delves into those dusty corners of the bookshelf to retrieve gems you probably have never heard of. Episodes usually run along one of the following themes: Back of the Stacks (public domain works of fiction or nonfiction), Ridic Fic (how was THIS published? No, seriously), Cavalcade of Comics (Golden Age comics from lesser known franchises, usually genre-based). Transcripts and source lists: http://bit.ly/4gotlib If you like this, buy me a coffee! https://www.buy ...
 
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Adrian P. 'Yobi' Blumberg

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Your exit stage left or right to neutral safe territory where all is founded on the simple Truth of Life, which is, the Requirement of Life, is its Death. From there, we explore fun, ourselves, each other, and even that thing over there, you know the one. That Guy gave it to us. You know! The One., The one with the face. I'll never forget him. Good Ol' What's His Name...
 
Our new monthly podcast features the editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, Monica Bay, interviewing key experts of the legal technology community, about top issues confronting the legal profession. If it's tech, it's a potential topic — from e-discovery to network infrastructure; from creating courtroon graphics to launching "green law" programs. Each month, Ms. Bay will bring LTN's pages alive with brisk, incisive discussion of today's top trends and developments
 
Professional wrestler, founder of Back to Basics Wrestling, Just Us League Pranks TV, and more. Lover of movies, comics, games, all types of pro wrestling, conspiracy talk to name a few things. Looking to expand the reach of my name and brand, now through podcasting. Each episode will be myself discussing things I love or whatever else is on my mind. From time to time, guests will stop by and join me to ramble on!
 
Hello beautiful people! Welcome to Food & Wine Pro's weekly Communal Table podcast. Chefs and restaurant workers take great care of everyone else, but often they need a little help themselves. Each week, Food & Wine’s senior editor Kat Kinsman talks with hospitality pros about how they manage their business, brain, and body for the long haul. Some of our very special guests include Samin Nosrat, Angie Mar, Seamus Mullen, David Chang, Pete Wells, and more. Subscribe now.
 
Two boys from the Foundling Hospital are given the same name, with disastrous consequences in adulthood. Two associates, wishing to right the wrong, are commissioned to find a missing heir. Their quest takes them from fungous wine cellars in the City of London to the sunshine of the Mediterranean — across the Alps in winter. Danger and treachery would prevail were it not for the courage of the heroine and the faithful company servant. The story contains crafted descriptions, well-drawn and d ...
 
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Katie and Sally answer listener questions, such as "Which cartoonists would get swept into Scientology?" and "What out-of-print comics would you bring back from the dead?" Topics discussed include Laurie Anderson, the tankini, pilates, Junko Mizuno, Vivian Pickles, PULP Magazine and more, PLUS a special zine announcement from Sally. Thank you to ev…
 
Adrian Paschal ‘Yobi the Bear’ Blumberg 0:01 Here we go, any job so that's the premise premise you just gotta be in Socratic Method .truth for you truth for humanity is a jet while we live subjectively we cannot detach from our human collective so therefore morality morality and ethics need only be concerned need only consider benefit agency and no…
 
Katie and Sally discuss Olivier Schrauwen's "Parallel Lives" (Fantagraphics, 2018), a collection of speculative memoir science fiction comics plus one very real (?) alien encounter. Topics discussed include Star Trek: The Next Generation, Jesse Marsh, Chris Ware, Scatman John, UFOs, getting lost in the Johnson & Johnson mansion, Mr. Yuk, and lots m…
 
Full episode at patreon.com/thicklinespod. Katie and Sally are joined by cartoonist Steven Weissman (see Thick Lines ep. 28) for a discussion of Dan Clowes's "The Death-Ray" (2004/2011). Topics include Steve Ditko, Peanuts, Spider-Man, Livermore National Labs, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, thrifting, and Clowes titles including David Boring, Wilson, Ice Have…
 
Katie and Sally discuss "Miss Don't Touch Me" by Hubert and Kerascoët (2014, NBM ComicsLit). Topics discussed include Quentin Blake, Edmond Kiraz, The Hours, Schiaparelli, A Little Princess, Beautiful Darkness, Josephine Baker, and more. Special thanks to Drawn & Quarterly for sponsoring this episode. Our Canadian friends can take 40% off Dan Clowe…
 
Full episode at patreon.com/thicklinespod. Katie and Sally discuss “Batman Archives, Vol. 1 (DC Archive)” (1990), covering Detective Comics featuring Batman from 1939 - 1940. But first, we discuss an unbelievable string of crimes happening in the newspaper cartoonist world. Topics discussed include the Batman film universe, Todd Haynes’s Safe, a re…
 
Katie and Sally are joined by Robert Newsome, co-organizer of FLUKE comics and zine festival in Athens, Georgia and creator of The Atomic Elbow wrestling fanzine. The first half of the show we talk FLUKE shop, then a discussion on “The Pits of Hell” by Ebisu Yoshikazu (Breakdown Press edition, 2019). Topics discussed include gambling, sleepy salary…
 
Do I Exist If I’m Not Thinking About Myself? Whoever asked this question, you are our hero for the moment, and a small part of me might actually be in love with the part of you that got your fingers moving! Try as we might, no matter how earnestly we endeavor to not think, we inevitably end up thinking about not thinking! Sabrina and Yobi capturedd…
 
Katie and Sally discuss "Orochi: The Perfect Edition, Vol. 1" by Kazuo Umezu, a story about nosiness and bone appreciation. Topics discussed include "The Drifting Classroom," "Cat Eyed Boy," Gretchen Felker-Martin's "Manhunt," Junji Ito, daytime TV, getting hit by cars, and more. Next time: a chat with Robert Newsome, organizer of FLUKE Mini-Comics…
 
Whenever I mention we ought to have a constitutional congress to anyone, anywhere, and the first thing I hear is, “You don’t have the authority to call a constitutional congress,” I can admit to an amount of dumbfounded awe. “This is the same America I grew up in, right? Am I in “bizarro world” or something?!? This is the same America that required…
 
Our first mini episode for our Patreon subscribers! Full audio and video available at patreon.com/thicklinespod. Katie speaks with cartoonist, animator, director and producer Glen Murakami (Batman: Mad Love and Other Stories; Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, Teen Titans, Ben 10, Superman: The Animated Series, et. al) about the joys of c…
 
Katie and Sally discuss “Beautiful Darkness” (2014) by Fabien Vehlmann and Kerascoët, an adorable tale about some cute little sprites who live in — DEAR GOD. Topics discussed include Tales from the Crypt, Red Wall, Red Bull, working with watercolor, Hans Christian Andersen, Miyazaki, and Sally presents a theory about artists and noses. Next time: “…
 
Subscribe to patreon.com/thicklinespod for the full episode. Katie and Sally are joined by Corinne Halbert (creator of “Acid Nun”) to discuss Charles Burns’s “Last Look” (2010-2014). Topics discussed include nuns, shadow work, denial, loving Mass, William S. Burroughs, David Lynch, body horror, Naked Lunch, Tintin, Birdo, addiction, Silent Hill 2, …
 
Katie and Sally answer listener questions including: which book did we take the most notes on? Who would we outsource the most miserable parts of making comics to? Plus: a message from Dave Cooper and a little more Ripple discussion, Sally’s trailer park camping adventure, a Jim Woodring tale, reading Archie in India, using the American Dictionary …
 
Happy Belated New Year! It's been a long time, I know, so have a slightly longer episode - that's also part 1 of 2. We're discussing Elsie Dinsmore, a priggish, milquetoasty little gal who was the protagonist of a book series spanning 28 volumes over the late 19th and early 20th century. The second episode (up soon) will discuss the second book, wh…
 
Happy Valentine's Day! Katie and Sally discuss "Ripple: A Predilection For Tina" (2017) by Dave Cooper. Topics discussed include "Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron," Gabby Schulz, David Cronenberg, Roland Barthes, Julia Kristeva, and more. Submit your questions for our episode 30 Q&A to thicklinespod@gmail.com and follow us on instagram @thicklinesp…
 
Katie and Sally list their favorite comics and zines from 2021, but first a fashion round-up discussing Clowes for Hermès, the NARS Barbarella lipstick, and the Tom of Finland cologne by Etat Libre d'Orange. Plus, come see us at NOICE in Norfolk, VA on February 5! Sally’s picks: Cover Not Final: Crime Funnies by Max Huffman MR BIRTHDAY CAKE by Leom…
 
Katie and Sally discuss “Barbarella” by Jean-Claude Forest (Grove Press edition, 1968), a comic whose hornie reputation precedes it, but is it earned? Topics discussed include: outsider cartoonists, Guido Crepax, romance comics, telling and not showing, Barbarella (the film), Space Witch by Don Freeman, and more. Next time: Katie and Sally’s 2021 z…
 
Katie and Sally discuss "Nocturne" by Tara Booth (2018) and "Someone Please Have Sex with Me" by Gina Wynbrandt (2016). Topics discussed include: Gumby, John Waters, Vanessa Davis, Dries Van Noten, Virginie Despentes, Calvin & Hobbes, Hate, bandage dresses, fumetti, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, Baise-moi, and lots more. Next time: "Barbarella" by Jea…
 
Katie and Sally discuss “Magician A” by Natsuko Ishitsuyo (2020). Topics discussed include: Kiriko Nananan, Mary Gaitskill, Jan Švankmajer, and more. Next time: “Nocturne” by Tara Booth and “Someone Please Have Sex with Me” by Gina Wynbrandt. Follow us on Instagram @thicklinespod. Comics Lounge interview: www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIOYnmf8PIc Katie o…
 
Katie and Sally discuss Edward Gorey's "Amphigorey: Fifteen Books" (1980). Topics discussed include Max Ernst, Edward Lear, Agatha Christie, Charles Addams, Tomie dePaola, Roald Dahl, holding newborns, ballet, New England, and more. Next time: "Magician A" by Natsuko Ishitsuyo. Follow us on Instagram @thicklinespod and email us to join our Discord …
 
Katie and Sally discuss "BTTM FDRS" (2019), written by Ezra Claytan Daniels, with art by Ben Passmore; a book about race, class, and toilets. But first Sally gives us the rundown on the Philly Comix Expo! Also discussed: Titane, Only God Forgives, angelmamii7, High Rise, Ghost World, and more. Follow our instagram @thicklinespod and buy our new shi…
 
Bovine Bob Finally Finds His Voice A story about how one Bovine dealt with important information when no one else was listening! Bob watching the sunset out in the fields of The Pasture Another day in the field, with wonderfully green tasting grass. The sun was setting in the distance. It was a glowing ball, crowned with strings of melting gold fil…
 
Katie and Sally discuss “The Drifting Classroom vol. 3” by Kazuo Umezu (1973-74). Topics discussed include Lewis Trondheim, Go Nagai, surfing, mandrakes, bad grades, and more. Next time: “BTTM FDRS” by Ezra Claytan Daniels. Remembering Russ Kick: sevenstories.com/blogs/231-rememb…s-kick-1969-2021 Philly Comix Expo: www.partnersandson.com/pcx Follow…
 
Women, are you having trouble with your partner? Perhaps this book from the 1960s showing you how you should act would help! (No, it won't. Please don't take advice from this). Are you ready to let your man be a king, and you the servant? Strap in and cringe along with me! Transcripts and source lists are always available at: bit.ly/4gotlib If you …
 
Presented with our friends at Autoptic 2021 Digital Festival. In the first half of this episode, Katie and Sally discuss “Tummy Bugs” (2020) by Leomi Sadler, and in the second half interview Leomi about her process, inspirations, and more. Topics discussed include Gary Lund, Kramer’s Ergot, Flaming Carrot, clip art, art brut, The Point, Tove Jansso…
 
By listener request! Katie and Sally discuss “Glitz-2-Go” (2011) by Diane Noomin. Topics discussed include Wimmen’s Comix, Basil Wolverton, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Bill Griffith, romance comics, press-on nails, onion dip, Chess the musical, and more. Send us your questions and requests for our 20th episode to thicklinespod@gmail.com, and follow us on…
 
"To Jack, however, it was glorious drama. He stood there, his Macmillan kilt bright against the grey smoke, chin up, fingers working, left elbow rhythmically squeezing the sack, right foot tapping the beat - playing a wild, heathen dance to Vulcan, the Roman fire god.” In his life, John had tragically lost his wife and two of his sons. So by the ti…
 
On this episode, we're taking a look at Atomic War!, a four-issue comic set in a fictional World War III. Lots of nuclear warfare, planes, and tanks tanks tanks! Transcripts and source lists are always available at: bit.ly/4gotlib If you like this, buy me a coffee! www.buymeacoffee.com/forgottenlib Intro music credit: "Starlite Lounge" by Rob Endo,…
 
Follow Autumn and learn more about Reading's Boys at the following links: @__autumnleaf__ https://thereadingpost.com/author/ahendrickson/ https://www.facebook.com/readingsboys It is my intention to cover as much of our town’s sons (and perhaps daughters too, should I find out about any young nurses or the like from Reading) as I can while also doin…
 
By listener request! Katie and Sally discuss Yeong-shin Ma’s “Moms” (2020). Topics discussed include scamming at karaoke bars, Jeanne Dielman, aging, Smashed: Story of a Drunken Girlhood, cyberbullies, memoir comics, and more. Next time: “The Cursed Earth” by Pat Mills et al. Write in your questions and requests for our 20th episode and join our di…
 
Summer reading continues! Katie and Sally discuss "The Drifting Classroom Vol. 2" by Kazuo Umezu. Topics discussed include mummification, Golgo 13, Junji Ito, Come and See, a little extra Maxx chat, and more. Next time: "Moms" by Yeong-shin Ma. Send your requests, comments, and questions for our 20th episode to thicklinespod@gmail.com, and follow u…
 
"The stubbornness of this young man was beginning to get to me. He was just a kid – and I’m a mature command pilot. Besides all of that, this was my airplane, and it made me angry that this punk was trying to tell me what I could and could not do with it. I knew its capabilities and I knew its limitations. He waived his gun in my face again, Algera…
 
Summer reading kicks off! Katie and Sally discuss Sam Kieth’s “The Maxx” (1993–1998). CW: sexual violence. Topics discussed include the comics code, Carol Clover, Green Lantern #54, Camille Paglia, Vaughn Bodē, Mannerism, the time KoRn visited the Mütter Museum, Zero Girl, Elektra: Assassin, and more. Next time: “The Drifting Classroom Vol. 2.” Fol…
 
"Forget everything else, every fight that has been won or lost before and all of those that will be contested in years to come. Forget every battle of man against man, of mind against mind, of soul against soul. This is the one. This is the greatest.”’ Ali affixed a higher purpose to his fights. His fight wasn’t against the human being in the oppos…
 
Katie and Sally discuss “Eddie’s Week” by Patrick Dean. Topics discussed include Jack Davis, The Cryptkeeper, The Anarchist Cookbook, Heroes Convention, Fluke, eye gaze technology, and more. Next time: “Bezimena” by Nina Bunjevac. For more info about Patrick Dean, see his blog; work in Flagpole; and pick up a copy of Eddie’s Week. Follow Thick Line…
 
On this episode, we're taking a look at the Good Housekeeping Marriage Book, which was published in 1938. Come for the insane price list, stay for the sexism and eugenics! Transcripts and source lists are always available at: bit.ly/4gotlib If you like this, buy me a coffee! www.buymeacoffee.com/forgottenlib Intro music credit: "Starlite Lounge" by…
 
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