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Have you ever heard a commonly held belief or a fast-developing worldview and asked: Is that idea right? Or just good on paper? Each week, host Jerusalem Demsas and a guest take a closer look at the facts and research that challenge the popular narratives of the day, to better understand why we believe what we believe.
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For the Good of the Public

The Center for Christianity & Public Life

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The kind of people we are has much to do with the kind of politics we will have. The Center for Christianity and Public Life's new podcast, hosted by Michael Wear and Phebe Meyer, features hopeful, constructive sessions from our inaugural summit that you won’t hear anywhere else. Every episode, you’ll learn from respected and influential leaders about some of the most pressing issues facing our society today, and consider what Christian resources might have to offer in light of those challen ...
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web3 with a16z crypto

a16z crypto, Sonal Chokshi, Chris Dixon

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"web3 with a16z" is a show about the next generation of the internet, and about how builders and users -- whether artists, coders, creators, developers, companies, organizations, or communities -- now have the ability to not just "read" (web1) + "write" (web2) but "own" (web3) pieces of the internet, unlocking a new wave of creativity and entrepreneurship. Brought to you by a16z crypto, this show is the definitive resource for understanding and going deeper on all things crypto and web3. Fro ...
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Exploring what it means to live a good life. What does it mean to live a good life? What is true happiness? What are the habits, practices, and dispositions that contribute to authentic human flourishing? No Small Endeavor examines these questions with host Lee C. Camp. You'll hear from best-selling authors, philosophers, scientists, artists, psychologists, theologians and even the occasional politician—courageous, impassioned people taking seriously the question of how to live a good life. ...
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Welcome to the Get Good Guide! Rapid skill acquisition, efficient accomplishment, and joyful practice. Download the Get Good Guide for free: www.GetGood.Guide Get even more involved at www.Patreon.com/GetGoodGuide
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Good Things from Lemonada Media is a podcast about the good people in the world who are rolling up their sleeves and working hard to make things better. Each week, we'll be talking about this country's most complex and confounding issues in an effort to affect systemic change, with a rotating cast of incredible guests and Lemonada hosts. From the dire condition of the American foster care system to the decline of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, protecting democracy, and more, we ...
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Pursuing the Public Good

Teachers College, Columbia University

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Focusing on work in higher education that aims to improve our world, Pursuing the Public Good is a new podcast from Teachers College, Columbia University. Teachers College President Thomas Bailey interviews scholars about how they are collaborating across disciplines and institutions to address crucial issues like teacher education, mental health and wellness, digital innovation, and sustainability.
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Speakeasy conversation about strategy, competition, economics, history, and policy from two non-experts. The episodes include some actual economic Game Theory such as the Prisoner's Dilemma, the Traveler's Dilemma, and the Public Good game. Episodes also include conversations on dilemmas in TV/Movies, sports, and board/card games, as well as the history of military, intelligence (spies), politics, and economics. The objective is simply to think critically about how people make strategic choi ...
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What Went Wrong covers Hollywood’s most notoriously disastrous movie productions, digging into the behind the scenes insanity of everything from massive flops to record breaking blockbusters. Each episode, hosts Lizzie Bassett and Chris Winterbauer dive into a new film to explore the mind blowing (and sometimes numbing) reasons why making a movie is nearly impossible (especially a good one). Produced by David Boman. JOIN OUR PATREON FOR 'WWW' BONUS CONTENT!
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The Rabbit Whole

Marty & Andie

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Explore The Rabbit Whole Podcast, where hosts Marty and Andie tackle the complexities of custom home construction. Discover how the custom home purchase trend led to pitfalls ranging from ceiling collapses to disputes with builders and the regulatory agency, DPOR. The Rabbit Whole champions consumer advocacy over corporatocracy by exposing the urgent need for transparency and accountability in government. Located in the growing Richmond metro area, they witness first hand what happens when c ...
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Human Centered

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences

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Conversations about projects and research undertaken by scholars & affiliates of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University; interviews with renowned fellows from CASBS history; and audio versions of some CASBS live events. CASBS is a scholarly community like no other for collaborative, cross-disciplinary, generative research. It brings together deep thinkers to address wicked problems and significant societal challenges. It empowers them to chall ...
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The Crypto Altruism Podcast explores the intersections of cryptocurrency, blockchain, and social impact, and covers inspiring use cases, new technological breakthroughs, and mission-driven projects hoping to change the world for the better. We host leaders in the space who are using cryptocurrency and blockchain for social impact and to make the world a better place. Join us every Monday to learn about all the good, and potential for good, that crypto and blockchain can do! For more content ...
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This podcast tells stories of individuals and groups changing their communities in innovative ways to inspire you to do the same as well as interviews with nonprofit professionals about developing your career in the public good.
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Matt Osten welcomes hilarious guests to boldly, conclusively, and scientifically decide what things in this big, wide world are good. Produced by audio maestro and holder of strong opinions, Jason Doyle.
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Josie's Lonely Hearts Club

Good Story Guild, Maximilian Clark, Rachel Music

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Josie’s Lonely Hearts Club is a semi-scripted audio drama set in the studio of New Mexico’s 3rd-best romantic advice call-in show. On-air, listeners eavesdrop as Josie squares off against top improvisers and is only occasionally helped by her puckish engineer Frank. Off-air, witness her journey from melancholy Joanne Holtzinger to nationally syndicated sensation Josie Heller. What results is an often hilarious and surprisingly human show exploring the risks we idiots take every time we fall ...
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Design in Good Company

Randy Dean Oest & Brodrick Lothringer

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Welcome to Design in Good Company. Your go-to podcast for where creativity, community, and values converge. Here at Four Kitchens, we're not just about making great designs, we're about making designs that do great things.
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A great start to shaking off public speaking jitters, socializing and mastering the art of small talk. The principles of public speaking written by Dale Carnegie decades ago in this book are timeless. They are just as effective in working a crowd in today’s society as they were back then. He delves into ways of commanding and charming an audience with the right energy, tone of voice, pitch, pronunciation and vocabulary. Armed with the principles highlighted in this book, you can do more than ...
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America is more divided than ever—but it doesn’t have to be. Open to Debate offers an antidote to the chaos. We bring multiple perspectives together for real, nonpartisan debates. Debates that are structured, respectful, clever, provocative, and driven by the facts. Open to Debate is on a mission to restore balance to the public square through expert moderation, good-faith arguments, and reasoned analysis. We examine the issues of the day with the world’s most influential thinkers spanning s ...
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Centre for Independent Studies

The Centre For Independent Studies

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Let’s share good ideas. 💡 The Centre for Independent Studies promotes free choice and individual liberty and the open exchange of ideas. CIS encourages debate among leading academics, politicians, media and the public. We aim to make sure good policy ideas are heard and seriously considered so that Australia can prosper.
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Conspirituality

Derek Beres, Matthew Remski, Julian Walker

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Dismantling New Age cults, wellness grifters, and conspiracy-mad yogis. At best, the conspirituality movement attacks public health efforts in times of crisis. At worst, it fronts and recruits for the fever-dream of QAnon.As the alt-right and New Age horseshoe toward each other in a blur of disinformation, clear discourse, and good intentions get smothered. Charismatic influencers exploit their followers by co-opting conspiracy theories on a spectrum of intensity ranging from vaccines to chi ...
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We host conversations at the intersection of experience design and social change to be a resource for heart-centered designers who are called to create experiences that heal our world. You will hear from professionals inside and outside the museum and cultural sectors whose expertise can inform questions like, How might we design for compassion? Or, Create digital experience accessible for all? Or, how might we create teams primed to foster a sense of belonging for diverse groups? Together, ...
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Join our #podcast for insight about the modern workplace, email etiquette, public speaking tips, work-life balance and of course #millennials. Remember, everything you say and do says something about your potential. Everything speaks. Interested in being on the show? Please email: DFContentTeam[at]double-forte[dot]com
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First Things is published by The Institute on Religion and Public Life, an interreligious, nonpartisan research and education institute whose purpose is to advance a religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society. Learn more: www.firstthings.com/learnmore
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The Art of Communication

Robin Kermode and Sian Hansen

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This fun podcast series is for anyone who has to deliver a message, tell a story or speak to another human being. Robin Kermode and Sian Hansen cover all aspects of how you connect with everyone you meet - whether you're giving a speech, running a meeting or simply talking with friends. Our Communication Experts series includes experts in many different fields: TV and radio presenters, politicians, auctioneers, writers, professors, lawyers, film directors, actors, art dealers, photographers ...
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CUNY Graduate Center

CUNY Graduate Center

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The CUNY Graduate Center is a leader in public graduate education devoted to enhancing the public good through pioneering research, serious learning, and reasoned debate. The CUNY Graduate Center offers ambitious students more than 40 doctoral and master’s programs of the highest caliber, taught by top faculty from throughout CUNY — the nation’s largest public urban university. Through its nearly 40 centers, institutes, and initiatives, including its Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC), ...
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Publisher Philip Macalister introduces Good Returns TV and his first guests on the show, Andrew Bascand from Harbour Asset Management. Bascand says investors should halve their return expectations in an increasingly volatile market; financial adviser Murray Weatherston believes the review of the Financial Advisers Act has been resoundingly a win for the “big end of town”; and Julian McCormack, an investment specialist for Platinum Asset Management in Sydney, tells Philip why a recovery in Eu ...
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Not Another Politics Podcast

University of Chicago Podcast Network

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With all the noise created by a 24/7 news cycle, it can be hard to really grasp what's going on in politics today. We provide a fresh perspective on the biggest political stories not through opinion and anecdotes, but rigorous scholarship, massive data sets and a deep knowledge of theory. Understand the political science beyond the headlines with Harris School of Public Policy Professors William Howell, Anthony Fowler and Wioletta Dziuda. Our show is part of the University of Chicago Podcast ...
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Welcome to AA - Accountability Anonymous! We’re all hot on being progressive and the best versions of ourselves in public, but how accountable do we hold ourselves in private? “Wait… Am I Toxic?” is Fola and Rukiya’s safe space, where Black Brits can feel seen and take a break from cosplay adulting! Join us to talk about the real things we go through privately and the things we’d rather chew denim than share in public.
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Most of us expect that children born today, will live peaceful, prosperous lives to a ripe old age, but on our current trajectory this seems highly unlikely. This podcast series considers ten imminent threats to human survival, and what we can do to stop them. It has been developed by Australia21, a non-partisan, non-profit think tank for the public good. CREDITS: Lights by Sappheiros https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusic Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 http://creati ...
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In this episode of For the Good of the Public podcast, Michael and Phebe share a talk from Rev. CJ Rhodes, pastor of Mount Helm Baptist Church in Jackson, Mississippi, on what the Black Church offers America today. Rev. Rhodes is the founder and president of Clergy for Prison Reform, a Public Theologian in Residence for the AND Campaign, and the au…
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🐾 Listen to this episode AD-FREE! Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/isthisgood 🐾 Today in The Great Beyond, Matt, JD & Rachel discuss splurging on toilet paper, confusion over ethanol, Captain Kirk’s bathroom habits, baby corn is not corn, the many films of Helen Hunt, the best cheese for a burger, the Mount Rushmore of sketch shows, places…
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In recent years, there's been an overarching narrative that immigration is seen as an obvious political loser for the left and a clear political winner for the right. But does that theory make sense? Host Jerusalem Demsas talks to John Burn-Murdoch, columnist and chief data reporter for the Financial Times, about the factors that influence public o…
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Taxpayers are told to ante up to keep sports teams in their cities, but is it worth it? Bruce Johnson, James Graham Brown professor of economics at Centre College, examines this question. Bruce K. Johnson is the James Graham Brown Professor of Economics at Centre College, where he has taught since 1987. He became interested in sports economics when…
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A Deep Cut from January's Patreon. Control the Court. Overturn Roe. Funnel anonymous donations and shady gifts. Deregulate for Jesus. Roll back the cultural clock. Celebrate. Rinse and Repeat. Leonard Leo’s libertarian Catholic agenda has made him a preeminent power-broker in right-wing American politics. He’s reshaping society while enjoying the p…
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Monday night, June 24th, is byelection night in the Toronto riding of Toronto-St Paul's. Will the voters there determine the fate of Justin Trudeau. It's the big question, the only question, in the days leading up to the vote. Chantal and Bruce have their analysis in our last full edition Good Talk before the summer hiatus.…
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Though they share similar values, guidelines, and principles, Islam and Judaism have a long, complicated relationship that has led to tension recorded within the Quran that might engender antisemitism. Those who agree argue that certain Quranic verses could be used to justify some people’s hostility towards Jews. Those who disagree say that referen…
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On this Student Spotlight: The extinction of the dinosaurs is still being studied. Kyle Atkins, PhD student in ecology at Oklahoma State University, explores a new finding that can change our understanding of the event. I am a PhD student interested in the ecology of terrestrial environments at the very end of the age of dinosaurs. When I’m not wor…
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We debuted this question last week asking you to name your favourite Canadian song. There were so many responses we have spread it into this week as well. And we will conclude by telling you the most nominated songs and artists. Also, the Random Ranter drops by with a very personal rant.By random ranter, Peter Mansbridge
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With Inclusion Moments now integrated into all Major Projects Association events and with many members actively involved in our Inclusion Hub, we are delighted to shine a light on the topic of neurodiversity and inclusion in this podcast. Our guest host Al Simmonite, Managing Director of the Advance Consultancy and member of the MPA Inclusion Hub, …
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How do you form a good habit? How do you change a destructive one? “It's up to us to decide which…habits that we wish to embrace,” says Charles Duhigg, author of the longtime bestseller "The Power of Habit." In this episode, he explains how to tackle new and old habits in an empowering way. Plus, Duhigg discusses his new book "Supercommunicators," …
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Acclaimed actor Terrence Howard has a new role playing a heroic Galileo-like character on the YouTube and podcast stage, where he fearlessly points out the flaws in mainstream math and science. Howard's recent appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience gave him three hours to explain how his dreams and spiritual visions, along with his own research and…
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Maggie Zeman is the REAL DEAL and brings her energy, expertise and optimism to the table every single day. She is SVP at Double Forte, and GM of the New York practice and the wine and spirits group, a practice she built from the ground up. Prior to Double Forte, Maggie founded a digital marketing and communications agency, growing the business to p…
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🐾 Listen to the FULL Episode by getting a FREE TRIAL of our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/isthisgood On today’s Patreon-only edition of The Great Beyond, Matt, JD, & Rachel answer your spiciest AMA questions including things that make us wanna flash someone, most common intrusive thoughts, the best patio cooking appliances, how to force yourself…
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Some love a song; others can’t stand it. But why? Jane Kuehne, assistant professor of music education at Auburn University, has this music theory. Dr. Jane M. Kuehne is Associate Professor of Music Education and Graduate Program Officer in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching in the College of Education at Auburn University (in Alabama). She t…
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Today an encore presentation of an episode that originally aired on June 13th. This week's issue was "Name your favourite Canadian song" and you responded in huge numbers. So much so that we'll have to stretch your answers into next week's Your Turn as well. There are some of Canada's well-known singers and composers in these answers but there are …
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Chris Miller is chair and one of the founding board members of the National Coalition for Community Capital, a 501c3. Among NC3’s goals are to empower ordinary citizens and strengthen local economies through community investment and ownership, with particular attention to wealth-building by non-accredited investors and to underserved populations an…
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The colors in your personal spaces could have a big impact on your mood. Niusha Jones, assistant professor of marketing at the College of Business and Economics at Boise State University, explores why. Dr. Niusha Jones is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the College of Business and Economics at Boise State University. Niusha’s academic resear…
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In episode 160, we’re excited to welcome Monica Talan of CryptoConexión and WAGMI LatAm, two incredible projects focused on catalyzing the Web3 movement in Latin America. We discuss why Latin America has been such an exciting hub for innovation, how Web3 can create economic and social inclusion in the region, some of the most exciting projects comi…
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The latest in our regular feature teaming former Conservative cabinet minister James Moore and former Justin Trudeau principal secretary Gerald Butts. Today's topic revolves around the relationship between politicians and reporters. What do those in politics really think about the people who cover them? How do they prepare for the sometimes tense s…
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Serious whitetail hunters use optics and use them well. They are integral to their hunt and their success. Long distance scouting to hardwoods glassing, east to west, bow, rifle, and muzzleloader – optics are a difference maker. So, what should a whitetail optics kit look like? Good question. Tune in as we talk optics for North America’s most popul…
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“​​We started the public desegregation of the nation,” says Reverend James Lawson, “and we did it without hating anybody.” In this episode, the man who Martin Luther King Jr. called friend, mentor, and the very conscience and architect of the Civil Rights Movement, Reverend James Lawson, discusses the United States’ past and present, and what it to…
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In 2020, two major protest movements defined our political landscape: the racial justice protests after the murder of George Floyd and the anti-lockdown protests pushing against COVID-19 restrictions. At the time, these movements were seen by many as near polar opposites and were often defined by their extremes. But did the two actually have much i…
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In this episode of Good Things, Gloria talks to Adrian Haro, the Managing Director of Workers Lab, about the future of work. In the future they discuss, ensuring that contract workers can earn a living wage in safe conditions is of the utmost importance. Adrian and Workers Lab is working to radically redesign what working life this country offers t…
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Some places get more than others, but lightning is always dangerous. Chris Vagasky, research program manager at the University of Wisconsin, explores this natural phenomenon. Chris Vagasky is the manager of the Wisconsin Environmental Mesonet, a growing network of weather and soil monitoring stations in the state of Wisconsin. He is an active membe…
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In this episode of "Design in Good Company," Randy and Brodrick chat about their favorite days of the week and what makes them special. The conversation then shifts to a popular new show, comparing it to other series. Using this as a backdrop, they dive into imposter syndrome, sharing personal stories and tips for overcoming self-doubt. Inspired by…
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with @NoahRFeldman, @ahall_research, @rhhackett Welcome to web3 with a16z. I'm Robert Hackett and today we have a special episode about governance in many forms — from nation states to corporate boards to internet services and beyond. Our special guests are Noah Feldman, constitutional law scholar at Harvard who also architected the Meta oversight …
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A good set of properly fitting boots is critical to the success of any hunt where your legs are your primary mode of transportation. Raw, seeping, painful, blisters will ruin any hunt fast. Kendall Card and Matt Ericksen from Crispi USA sit down with Mark Boardman at the Western Hunting & Conservation Expo, providing expert tips to ensure your feet…
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Six chapters on approaches to prospirituality, now that we know (or think we know) what the hell conspirtuality is. This is a long episode, but there are evenly-placed breaks for you all to pause on! Chapter 1: Positions After 4 years, we’ve come to a natural question at the end of defining the problem of conspirituality. How do we orient ourselves…
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Ask David Bipolar, the Dark Side, Changing Behavior We have lots of great questions today. The answers in the show notes were written prior to the podcast, and the answers in the live podcast as we discussed these questions may differ somewhat or amplify the written materials in these show notes. We love your questions. Remember to send them to Dav…
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🐾 Listen to this episode AD-FREE! Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/isthisgood 🐾 On today’s show, Joe Kwaczala (Comedy Central) joins Matt & JD to discuss problems with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, celebrating Arbor Day everyday, the limits of body positivity, telling someone they have bad breath, the most confident lunch order, nail cli…
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