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Best Random Order podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Random Order podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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There's no weird like 70s weird, and no 70s weird like Japanese 70s weird! And what better way to experience that special brand of insanity than at complete random, through the lens of Lupin III? In this podcast, Holly, Mark, and Jess watch episodes of Lupin III Red Jacket (1977-1980) in an order decided beforehand by a random list generator. None of the hosts have watched a lot of the series, so for the most part they're going in fresh! Uploads every Thursday.Holly online:http://chum-person ...
 
Welcome to a night less orderely, where random is the new order. Shuffle rejects routine by serving up your favourite sonds in a different order. Mixed up and mashed upw ,here house, electro, rock, indie, disco, funk, punk, techno and hip hop collide.
 
The point of this podcast is pretty broad — “All of Christ for all of life.” In order to make that happen, we need “theology that bites back.” I want to advance what you might call a Chestertonian Calvinism, and to bring that attitude to bear on education, sex and culture, theology, politics, book reviews, postmodernism, expository studies, along with other random tidbits that come into my head. My perspective is usually not hard to discern. In theology I am an evangelical, postmill, Calvini ...
 
Delving deep into the frozen tundra that is 'The World of Fitness', our aim is to use random discussion, questions, youtube audio clips, extremely low-brow humour and the odd serious moment of clarity, to provide listeners with an open source of BS-free information that can be utilised in order to go forth and build a sexually alluring body, which also functions well and feels good 24/7.
 
Welcome to Dice Paper Role, a fortnightly Dungeons & Dragons podcast. **WARNING** This podcast contains the following: - Random, warped, and dark senses of humour - An apundance of lame jokes - Hijinks and antics - Adult themes and loads of swearing - High level of nerd factor - Original home-brewed narrative - Frequent references to pop culture - Epic combat descriptions - Aussie accents - A fresh new DM every 10 or so episodes, so you never get bored! Join us on this journey of high produc ...
 
I don't believe in 'random'. Everything happens for a reason - if a performer knows great fortune and success, has an outstanding stage presence, or creates an incredible feeling of connection for the audience - then there must be something s/he does or believes in order to achieve that effect. I created this podcast for us to explore exactly that - what is the behind-the-scenes wisdom that all of these performers have to make us go "WOW!"My website: https://www.boyanm.com/
 
extracting the negative and replacing with a fix of positivity. adapting to change and remixing digital tools and batting those life curve balls into better life decisions with a side order of blockchain crypto coliving on the steem blockchain → tweet @ → twitter.com/philcampbell and twitter.com/dayleeo → discord → smarturl.it/talkback → donations welcomed anchor.fm/positive Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positive/support
 
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4YE SKULLIES, DURAGS & MORE ➡️www.4ye.ca The guys are back on your head with RO podcast episode 51. Jae, Trey and Sheldon gather to break down dat rona, Oprah falling on the floor, cooking sausages on a cheese sandwich griller, making infinite email accounts for free trials and being forced to sign up for something (everyone stop doing that). You’r…
 
The Daily Tap presents is back for another edition where Charlie is talking about different teams that have hurt Wisconsin fans' feelings during Charlie's time as a sports fan. Charlie reflects back on teams that have hurt the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee Brewers, and the Marquette Golden Eagles. Also, why you have to have success …
 
Charlie returns for The Daily Tap presents as he talks about the wide receiver position for the Green Bay Packers. Charlie talks about what he thinks the Packers might do with their current roster. And why he thinks Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Jake Kumerow need good training camps. Charlie also explains what draft prospects could fit the profile f…
 
In this episode of Running in Production, Scott Johnson talks about buildinga Covid-19 case tracking / anonymous survey / information site using Ruby onRails. It’s all hosted on DigitalOcean using the Hatchbox.io service (it’sload balanced across 2 servers). We talked a lot about using Jumpstart Pro, Hatchbox, working with team matesin the DOD and …
 
In today's edition of The Daily Tap Presents, Charlie goes back in the vault and looks back at some of his favorite players from the last 20 or so years in the NCAA Tournament. There are a few memories tied to some of the players. Charlie also talks about the players that annoyed him throughout the years. This may shock you, but they all had some l…
 
The Daily Tap Presents is talking about the worst sports losses as a fan. Charlie breaks down the top losses he has suffered as a Bucks, Brewers, Golden Eagles, Packers, and Badgers football fan. He discusses all of them and why he would watch them all if it might bringing life back to normal. Charlie breaks them all down then ranks how he would wa…
 
In the latest version of The Daily Tap presents Charlie talks about the idea that Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie had around a hypothetical 28-team tournament to decide the NBA Finals winner. Charlie goes through the Bucks side of the bracket then powers through the rest. He awards who he thinks would be champion although it will not be popul…
 
In the latest edition of The Daily Tap presents, Charlie talks about Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. People love to pair them together, and Charlie talks about if Rodgers could ever become like Tom Brady and leave the Packers. Charlie explains why things are different for Rodgers compared to Brady. And how it's harder to make this call considering the…
 
In this episode of Running in Production, Seth Black goes over buildinga webcomic platform with Flask and Python. It runs on a multi-node Docker Swarmcluster on DigitalOcean and has been up and running since 2010. It gets up to20,000+ visitors a day during traffic spikes. Seth talks about the value of using nginx to cache Flask responses to keep th…
 
The Daily Tap presents returns for another edition. Charlie talks about what has happened in the first week of free agency. He explains why the Packers are far and away the best team in the NFC North after some puzzling moves by all other teams - Lions, Bears, and Vikings. Charlie goes through all three teams' moves starting with Minnesota then Chi…
 
No more sad SnoTapWI! Charlie introduces a new version of The Daily Tap for times of no sports. He explains what he's doing in the next few days where he is helping sports fans like you. Today's show focus is on the middle linebacker and outside linebacker position for the Green Bay Packers. As the Packers gain one linebacker, Christian Kirksey, th…
 
Charlie returns from his two-day hiatus. He explains why the work-from-home life really hurt his motivation with his podcast and blog. What he is trying to do to fix it? And what will be coming up next for SnoTapWI? Charlie also discusses why he is more optimistic than others and wishes people would stop being alarmists.…
 
Well… This was to be our pre-Adepticon show, and it technically still is, but as we are all aware, that is not going to happen. All the same, the gang did discuss what we planned to do and what we were looking forward to. Most importantly, we hope every stays safe and healthy during this emergency period. Join us on Discord for more fun while you’r…
 
In this episode of Running in Production, Francisco Barcena goes over building an internalfood order processing system for the city of Los Angeles, CA with Flask andPython. It’s hosted on a single DigitalOcean server and has been up and runningsince 2016. Francisco talks about developing a freelance project for a client as a solodeveloper, scraping…
 
Charlie is back for the Monday edition of The Daily Tap. Charlie talks about the latest about coronavirus and how it relates to the sports world. Charlie also discusses the new CBA for the National Football League and how the Packers players were not granted their 'no' wish. Why did that happen? As a way to help with the non-sports time, Charlie st…
 
Your correspondent Scuffy McDags reports from shopping centre ground zero with an in depth piece into the poo ticket pandemonium. Scruffy will dive deep into the septic environment of the weekly shop, fearlessly finding out who has a clean behind and who... doesn’t. Credits: http://www.dicepaperrole.com/podcast/dpr-book-ii-chapter-23-part-ii-escape…
 
4YE SKULLIES, DURAGS & MORE ➡️www.4ye.ca Random Order Podcast Episode 50 is brought to you by 50 Cent *bomb drop**bomb drop**bomb drop* Julian missed his flight to sit down with the guys and speak on whatever. Moving a lot as a kid, getting out of a bike robbery, shaking the least amount of hands when leaving and RANDOM ORDER MERCH being on the hor…
 
In this episode of Running in Production, Adam Conrad goes over buildinga Slack bot service with Phoenix and Elixir. It’s hosted with Gigalixir forabout $50 / month and has been up and running since mid 2018. Adam talks about the wonderful Elixir community along with how Elixir helps himmanage a bunch of concurrent tasks for his service. He also go…
 
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