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Best Kazoo podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Kazoo podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Why wait for those big holidays that only come around every few months when you can celebrate with us once a week! We will highlight every holiday we find from the traditional (like Thanksgiving and New Years) to the obscure (like Spouse's Day, National Kazoo Day, or even Run It Up A Flagpole and See if Anyone Salutes Day)! Along the way, we'll share trivia and talk about food, movies, current events and more! So celebrate with Gavin and Megan every week on Every Day's A Holiday!
 
The Not Governed By Reason Podcast is a live, weekly show that is a safe space for you to laugh at offensive and terrible jokes while staying informed about the current happenings in the world! Every Tuesday, hosts Doug Ware and Josh Coleman are joined by various guests to discuss and dissect current news from the week, but from a twisted, no-holds barred perspective! Watch Not Governed By Reason LIVE every TUESDAY at 6PM MST on Facebook! www.facebook.com/notgovernedbyreason
 
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The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
From time to time, I’ve felt called to write about racial injustice. I’ve wondered if we’re teaching our children to hate. And I’ve pondered my role as a bystander by not speaking up about racial injustice. The deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor have put the issue of racism in the United States front-and-center this summer. Ra…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
B minor Music is what happens when you have a passionate early childhood teacher forced to learn Ukulele. A collection of well considered, respectful programs designed to engage, stimulate and encourage growth in its children. In this interview Bree talks about her unexpected start and her ongoing love for what she does and where she sees herself h…
 
When Lara Kallander’s daughter was a young teen, she became very sick and needed care for an extended period of time. Lara says, “It’s hard to feel that you are making progress when someone you love is sick because it may be two steps forward and then one step back.” To cope, Lara started making notes about her ability to support her daughter’s pro…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
Do you have a nursing home in your community? Maybe someone who lives there is lonely. And you can help ease their loneliness! “Make someone happy, and you will be happy too!” is a line from an old song and it is so true. When we reach out and write to a lonely person, not only will that person’s spirits be lifted, but our countenance will shine li…
 
The Make Movies or Make Excuses segment of the One-Point Perspective podcast is dedicated to keeping the crews, alumni, and WHS community up to date on this year's films. The crews have continued to work on their projects throughout the quarantine and may need your help getting their project to the finish line. Today we check in on the progress for…
 
A few months after Jennifer’s dad died, her mother mentioned a very sad observation: nobody would mention his name in her mother’s presence. “I guess they don’t want to upset me” Jennifer’s mother said. “But I want people to talk about your dad. He was a wonderful man and I enjoy hearing people’s fond memories of him.” Right then and there, Jennife…
 
My friend Carole died on Good Friday during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of social distancing requirements, I was not allowed to visit with her husband in person. We could not hug and share stories about Carole, which is what I would normally do for someone. So, I turned to “distance caregiving” for Carole’s grieving husband. You’ve probably read…
 
Guest Post by Susan VandePol Their visits didn’t look at all like what I would have thought they should look like — if I had any time to think about it. “They” are the ones who came, the ones who showed up to care for us. And none of them really knew what to do. But…they came, and their selfless acts continue to bear beautiful fruit in our lives, t…
 
When Pastor Gordon’s dad passed away a few years ago, he left memories of a conflicted relationship with his immediate family. When people offered their condolences to Pastor Gordon, he wasn’t sure how to respond. Pastor Gordon says he was grateful for people’s kindness when they said, “You must miss your dad.” But he didn’t know how to give a trut…
 
Easter will be different this year. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Larry and I must stay home. My kids and grandkids have to stay inside their homes too. Bummer. I like my Easter traditions, and I can’t imagine not doing what we always do on Easter Sunday. Every year, we attend a Sunrise Service where we watch and wait for the sun to rise, annou…
 
The children’s scene or the children’s entertainment scene is heavy with the influx of new choice and new stars. And through this growth we as a country have been introduced to many a new talent over the recent years. However, for me, few carry as much promise as my next guests. With a new album imminently on the way and fresh off the back of a ove…
 
Who is Ruby Heckler? One Point Perspective teams up with The Walpole Film Festival to investigate new theories for the recent string of Boo-knappings surrounding the Walpole Film Festival. In this episode, we sit down with the infamous Ruby Heckler for advice on catching The Joker.Follow the case and see the letters at www.whsfilmfestival.com/bookn…
 
Some acts are made for us to think, some acts a designed to enlighten and some acts are designed to give us a warm musical hug….. then some acts are designed purely and simply to make us laugh and remind us that such joy, pleasure and community can be found and created through fun and the act of a giggle. And then some times an act steps a little b…
 
A note from Karen: Please enjoy this guest post from my niece Abbey, who is a hairdresser in North Carolina. I just love this story because it shows her hairdresser’s heart for caring. May her story encourage you to care for others with a simple kindness today. Guest Post by Abbey George Rich As a hairdresser, I feel some days like a therapist. I a…
 
Whenever my mother was anxious or angry or just feeling low, she would go outside and dig in the dirt. As she planted flowers or moved flowering shrubs, her spirits would slowly lift. Dirt and flowers were her therapy. Her favorite outdoor flower was pansies. To this day, when I see the sweet faces on pansies, I think of my sweet mother. So when I …
 
Losing a parent at any age is difficult, but it’s especially hard on children. It’s estimated that as many as 1.5 million children will lose one or both of their parents by the age of 15. And two of the most difficult days of the year for grieving kids are Mother’s and Father’s Day – when the celebration of parents puts the loss center stage. How c…
 
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