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Deep dives into your favorite shows Currently Watching: The Last of Us - HBO Your Honor - Showtime Fleishman is in Trouble - Hulu The White Lotus - HBO Mailto:needssomeintroduction@gmail.com I recommend music, movies and TV to my friends and we discuss them. We do deep dives on whatever we are watching as well as music we are discovering (or re-discovering). We appreciate any fandom, so let us know what topic you may want to learn more about.
 
Beginner friendly if listened to in order! For anyone interested in an educational podcast about philosophy where you don't need to be a graduate-level philosopher to understand it. In chronological order, the thinkers and ideas that forged the world we live in are broken down and explained.
 
Ask. Share. Connect. Ice breakers vs iceberg breakers: it takes the right kind of question to prompt conversations that expose people's values, experiences, ideas, and great minds, because knowing a lot about someone is not the same as truly knowing them. Listen as host Kirsten Mancosky goes beyond introductions with guests through her ever growing list of questions that prompt conversation for true, pure human connection.
 
Machine learning audio course, teaching the fundamentals of machine learning and artificial intelligence. It covers intuition, models (shallow and deep), math, languages, frameworks, etc. Where your other ML resources provide the trees, I provide the forest. Consider MLG your syllabus, with highly-curated resources for each episode's details at ocdevel.com. Audio is a great supplement during exercise, commute, chores, etc.
 
Political Justice is a subsidy organization of USCOG. Our values come from the Bible (Old and New Testament); We are Advocates of Social Justice cause(s) such as calling for Reparations for the Black Descendants of Slaves, Rehabbing the Criminal Justice Systems (the current system is systemically racist against black and brown people), Child Protection Services should be run by Christian Lawyer(s). Justice is an inherent Mandatory Gift from God not the Government. The Government is legislati ...
 
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E177: mailto:needssomeintroduction@gmail.com Another strong episode. All our characters are thinking about their legacies. What impact do short term decisions have on long term outcomes? Plus: Everyone needs to check out the hilarious and expertly constructed murder of the week series on Peacock, Poker Face with Natasha Lyonne.…
 
We Continue to Discuss the Medical Kidnapping of our daughter, E'yona Nikia Numan, from Havenwyck (wicked) Hospital, in Auburn Hills, MI when she was 13 years old. This happened to us five to six years ago in Detroit, MI and this was done by the homosexual community under the Administration of Donald J. Trump and it started with lame duck president…
 
This episode takes us to Prince George, British Columbia. On the evening of August 1, 1989 Ronnie and Doreen Jack went to their neighbourhood pub looking for a bite to eat and a few drinks. Instead, they found a mystery man with an enticing job offer that would forever change their lives and the lives of everyone who loved them. Ronnie would do log…
 
Oleksandra Matviychuk is a Ukrainian human rights defender, and the head of the Centre for Civil Liberties, a Ukrainian NGO which was awarded the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize. Volodymyr Yermolenko, the chief editor of UkraineWorld, speaks to Oleksandra Matviychuk about her Nobel lecture, the need to bring back focus on human rights worldwide, and the nee…
 
We are joined by basketball basketball globetrotter, curator, and overall superfan, all the way from Sydney, Australia - Lorenzo Encomienda. On the first part of the episode we get to know Lorenzo more - how basketball came to his life, his favourite players and shoes growing up. Later on, Rod asks Lorenzo about his basketball … Continue reading "E…
 
Local apocalypse in Eastern Ukraine. We went there again, and this is what we can tell you. In some villages, every single house has been destroyed, without exception, and some tiny towns have been practically wiped off the face of the earth. It will be a long time before normal life can return to these places. This is the result of the Russian cri…
 
In Keep Canada Weird Jordan and his pal Aaron Airport seek out and explore offbeat Canadian news stories from the past week. In this episode your hosts get in over their heads. It’s been a weird week! We have the new alcohol consumption guidelines, baby shark, naming cockroaches after people, time theft, A.I. powered essays, and some welcome news a…
 
E176: mailto:needssomeintroduction@gmail.com The episode has been reposted with additional commentary and a spoiler-free review of Sick on Peacock. (33:00) Another bleak and disturbing episode of this series although with impeccable production. But first, I discuss the loss of a series I was about to recommend and use that as a jumping off point to…
 
Anne Applebaum is an American journalist and historian, Pulitzer Prize winner (2004), author of numerous books about Eastern Europe and global politics, and Washington Post columnist. Volodymyr Yermolenko, chief editor of UkraineWorld, speaks to Anne Applebaum about the deep roots of the Ukrainian resistance, the history of Russian totalitarianism,…
 
This story takes us to Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba. In April of 2017 this community of about 3000 people would provide the setting for an event watched around the world. Specifically, watched by those seeking videos of gore, death, and humanity’s darkest moments. Then 19 year old Serena McKay's life would end as the result of a vicious, viole…
 
mailto:needssomeintroduction@gmail.com E175: The tempo of the show is different so far this season which allows for a pretty effective reflection on how different people deal with their grief and loss. (32:30) Breaking Bad - Season 2 rewatch - Part 1By Needs Some Introduction
 
In Keep Canada Weird Jordan and his pal Aaron Airport seek out and explore offbeat Canadian news stories from the past week. In this episode we discuss some fainting goats that have been running errands in BC, we share the latest updates to the cow siege in Quebec, we question the logic of the heroin store being opened in Vancouver, and we take a p…
 
In this episode, our story will take us to the quite town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. In September of 1992, then 20 year old Cape Bretoner, Kenley Matheson arrived in Wolfville to begin classes at Acadia University. Only two weeks into the school year, he was last seen by a friend walking on Main Street in Wolfville carrying a red and black backpack…
 
mailto:needssomeintroduction@gmail.com Episode 173 Your Honor returns to Showtime with a solid second season premiere. Sona and I also discuss the new Yellowjackets teaser that premiered this week. Then I discuss the satirical thriller, The Menu, that has had a very successful early run on HBO after it's successful theatrical run.…
 
In Keep Canada Weird Jordan and his pal Aaron Airport seek out and explore offbeat Canadian news stories from the past week. In this episode, We join the hunt for the Butter tart Bandit of Windsor, Ontario, investigate two stories of bad birds, question the point of putting the fun in funeral, and weight in on some of Tim Horton's weirdest customer…
 
This episode features legal expert Adam Rodgers for a discussion concerning Nick Beaton’s recently filed lawsuit against the RCMP. Episode Links: Ryan Farrington Go-Fund-Me: https://www.gofundme.com/f/fix-foundation-leak Series Links: the Nova Scotia Mass Shooting Timeline Episode: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/episodes/nova-scotia-mass-shooting…
 
mailto:needssomeintroduction@gmail.com It's a new season and we are about to get HBO's highly anticipated The Last of Us adaptation. In anticipation I provide some background on the project and the reason I am so interested in it despite my general exhaustion with zombie stories. But before that, I go recommendation crazy in reference to the new hi…
 
This episode takes us to the city of Toronto, Ontario More specifically it take us onto the many trains, buses and street cars that rumble their way around it. The TTC, or the Toronto Transit Commission, is the public transit system that services Toronto's diverse population. Using a mix of subways, buses, and street cars the TTC is Canada's larges…
 
The DD crew is back for 2023 and the boys don't waste any time to discuss Zion's chances for the All-Star Game, the Nuggets and whether this is the year their window might be the most open to win it all, should the Raptors retool or just blow it all up, what should the Lakers … Continue reading "The Weekly Dime – Episode 113 – The MJ Year"…
 
In preparation for next week's premier of Your Honor's second season. Sona and I discuss the ups and downs of the first season. Then, I have many revelations during my very first rewatch of the first season of Breaking Bad. Timestamps: Breaking Bad - Season 1 rewatch - 37:00By Needs Some Introduction
 
In Keep Canada Weird Jordan and his pal Aaron Airport seek out and explore offbeat Canadian news stories from the past week. In this episode, our New Year’s Day special, your hosts discuss Canada's 2022 Google search trends, a collection of unnecessary 911 calls, Tim Horton's 2022 statistics, and an analysis of what pornography Canadians preferred …
 
This episode features guest citizen researcher Ryan. Episode Links: Ryan Farrington Go-Fund-Me: https://www.gofundme.com/f/fix-foundation-leak Series Links: the Nova Scotia Mass Shooting Timeline Episode: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/episodes/nova-scotia-mass-shooting-timeline the Nova Scotia Mass Shooting Series: https://www.nighttimepodcast.c…
 
1 Samuel 12 is ostensibly Samuel’s farewell address as he yields power to Saul, Israel’s first king. The content of his address in the chapter is both more subtle and confrontational, though, to have it be a simply farewell. The text makes it clear that God will evaluate the new king (and every king) on the basis of their covenant loyalty, and that…
 
In this episode, we’re giving an overview of Ukraine in 2022: suffering and heroism of the full-scale war; Russian war crimes and genocidal violence; and the strength and resistance of Ukrainian society. Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and j…
 
Kherson, a regional capital in Southern Ukraine, was liberated from Russian occupation in November. Since then, Russians have been trying to make life in the city unbearable. They shell it with artillery every day. We went to Kherson on a volunteer mission with PEN Ukraine and will tell you the city's story in this episode. Hosts: Volodymyr Yermole…
 
The city of Mykolaiv in southern Ukraine has been under constant Russian bombardment for 9 months. The city has lived without water and electricity for a long time. The situation improved after Ukrainians liberated Kherson, another regional capital 80 km from Mykolaiv. We went to Mykolaiv with PEN Ukraine to learn how the city is living today. Host…
 
Why do women play such an important role in Ukrainian culture? How is Ukrainian feminist emancipation connected with national emancipation? Who are the Ukrainian female authors you need to know about? Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and jour…
 
How can we explain Russian war crimes? Do they derive from a specific cult of violence present in Russian history? Why is the value of life so low in Russian politics and society? Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and journalist, in charge of …
 
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