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Civil Gore Podcast

Civil Gore Podcast| Tim, Brian, Horror Movies, Beer, Horror Films, Comedy

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Join hosts Tim and Brian as they discuss the world of horror, review a weekly film, and run down each month's horror Blu-ray releases! New films, classics, obscure hidden gems - nothing is off limits! A beer pairing is featured for each movie, so sit back, relax, and hang out with a couple of friends to talk scary movies!
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Welcome to Slumber Podcast Massacre with T&A. This is a podcast about horror. Each week, Tim and Andy talk about a different movie from the horror genre, from your well-known classics down to that rare gem at the back of your video store shelf. Come listen as two life-long friends, one a horror die-hard and one just getting back into it, talk about the backgrounds and the legacy of some of your favorite horror movies.
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Farmers interview scientists, activists, politicians, and authors engaged in protecting USDA organic food against an active corporate takeover. As the Real Organic Project releases its add-on food label in stores and markets in 2021, we want to introduce eaters across the United States to our movement and its allies. In this podcast series, you'll meet the best organic and regenerative farmers around, as well as journalists, climate experts, policy makers and chefs (former VP Al Gore, Dr. Va ...
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The stories of those growing the game across the world. Inspiring passion. Hosts Daniel Beswick, Tim Cutler and Nick Skinner interview trailblazing players, coaches and administrators from Associate cricket and beyond in our weekly show, while bonus interviews and special episodes are released regularly. The trio also reflect on the ’week that was’ in the emerging cricket world, debating the issues affecting the game’s global growth. ”Big Innings” is a new USA-focused regular show on the EC ...
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Nate is joined by FICA CEO Tom Moffat to discuss the US Cricketers Association. Formed in October at the Major League Baseball Players Union headquarters, the USCA was recently confirmed by an overwhelming majority vote as the official labor union for MLC cricketers. How can the union help professional cricketers in the USA have a voice at the tabl…
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#166: Seth Godin returns and lends his thoughts on corporate consolidation's threat to democracy and to our right to find, grow, and sell organic food. He also talks about the path forward and some ways to inspire effective action. Seth appears in our annual virtual symposium, which is available for instant access here: https://realorganicproject.o…
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We're back, and we're trying something a little different! Not only are we experimenting with a new podcasting platform, but we are also trying out our first Top 10 list episode! This week we're diving into our top 10 found footage horror films, from well-known classics to some titles that maybe you didn't catch. And of course plenty of discussion …
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Aaman and Nate discuss recent revelations that USA Cricket is out of favor with the ICC and USOPC, and the resignation of Julie Abbott and Jamie Lloyd. Canada have wrapped their prep with MiLC's Dallas Mustangs at PVCC ahead of the five game T20 series with USA. USA Women prepare to ship out to Dubai for their first ODI. MLC cricketers vote for col…
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First, we send our condolences to PNG's Kaia Arua, her family and Cricket PNG. This week Daniel Beswick and Nick Skinner look at #StatusGate blowing the African Games apart, the fake news from ICC's visit to Nepal, Challenge League Groups and Ireland's financial woes.By Emerging Cricket
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#165: Allan Savory joins Dave for an eye-opening conversation about the best path forward for solving our most-crucial planetary problems and symptoms, including Climate Change, rapid loss of biodiversity, desertification, wildfires, and the inability of humans to act collectively and organizations to create impact. His views on the management of s…
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#164: Author and journalist Austin Frerick joins Linley to discuss his brand new book, Barons: Money, Power, and the Corruption of America's Food Industry. His research on the men shaping our food system through their desire for personal greed reveals a shocking level of immorality. Austin's views were a great addition to our annual virtual symposi…
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#163: JM Fortier joins Dave to discuss the potential of promoting a replicable, decentralized food and farming system that relies on people building relationships with both land and community, by engaging their powers of observation and connection. https://realorganicproject.org/symposium-2024/ JM Fortier is a farmer, educator, and author from Queb…
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Surprise! Thought to be lost forever in a discarded hard drive somewhere, it's the first rough go at our first episode where we meticulously describe, step-by-step, every single inch of The Slumber Party Massacre. At the time we decided that a two hour episode was just too much (lol in retrospect) and we needed to tighten it up, so we re-recorded a…
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Aaman and Nate dissect USA Cricket's Men's T20 World Cup training squad following an abbreviated Men's T20 National Championship in Houston. Find out who was snubbed and who has earned a chance to shine. The guys then briefly preview the upcoming 2024 MLC Domestic Draft.By Emerging Cricket
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We are excited to bring to you this week an interview with filmmaker Scarlet Moreno! Scarlet wrote, directed, and starred in the new horror short film VELMA which we really enjoyed. Scarlet is a wonderful filmmaker with a unique sense of style, and we think you're going to love this chat. Be sure to check out VELMA when it's available (details in i…
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Fresh off commentating at the tournament, Daniel Beswick is joined by Nick Skinner to review the Challenge League Play-off, a destiny-defining competition for both the four progressing and four bottom teams in polarising ways. Make sure to give the pod a five star review and subscribe wherever you listen!…
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Tim has had an amazing 12 months of running in Backyard Ultras. Last year he ran 51 yards at Herdys, 55 yards at The Masters at Dead Cow Gully and then rounded things off by running 60 yards at Bigs. Last week Tim earned himself a silver ticket into the Australian BYU team by finishing as the Last One Standing at Mirrim Wurnit in some of the toughe…
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Nick sits down with fellow Emerging Cricket contributor and author Tim Brooks to talk about his upcoming book The Batmaker of Copenhagen. The wartime novel is based on a true story about the Gestapo’s pursuit of a man trying to source materials across Denmark to make cricket bats and ensure the game continues to run. Nick and Tim also discuss issue…
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#162: Live from the Saving Real Organic Conference at Churchtown Dairy in October 2023, and moderated by Matt Sheffer of Hudson Carbon, Zephyr Teachout and Dave Chapman field (tough) questions from audience members about the fate of the US anti-monopoly movement and its ability to impact our food system for the better. https://realorganicproject.or…
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A little shorter episode this week because we need our beauty rest after staying up late with this new film! It's LATE NIGHT WITH THE DEVIL, the latest from one of our favorite actors DAVID DALMACHIAN! In our FIRST CHOP Tim finds out what's AFTER DEATH, then dives into some STREET TRASH, while Brian takes on the WINDIGO and DARK HARVEST! Then we'll…
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Peter Della Penna joins Nate Hays to discuss the USA Men's zonal team selection controversy. Newly applied yo-yo test requirements have created concern among many USA fans regarding the fairness of application of this test across existing national team players and challengers. Plus, MLC domestic retained players have been announced. What does all o…
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#161: Co-director Dave Chapman joins our newest executive board member and Real Organic Project certified grain farmer Anna Jones-Crabtree for an interview by Al Gore at his Climate Underground Summit in November of 2023. Anna Jones-Crabtree holds a Ph.D in Civil and Environmental Engineering and is a registered professional engineer and an early a…
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We have an exciting - dare we say....ribbiting....interview this week with director ANTHONY COUSINS on his new found footage cryptid film FROGMAN! In our FIRST CHOP we'll discuss more great films we watched for our #Horror365Challenge, and we'll be back to wrap things up by discussing what cryptids we would toad-ally go hunt for!…
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Machel St Patrick Hewitt joins Aaman and Nate to talk about the unique challenges of Cricket West Indies & USA Cricket. Topics include ICC revenue distribution, Caribbean cricketers in Minor League Cricket, the future of CPL and MLC, and how on earth Mash finds time to do everything.By Emerging Cricket
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#160: Organic farmer and Real Organic Project champion Eliot Coleman returns to discuss the role corporations, trade associations, and government policy has had on limiting the amount of real organic food found in the marketplace today. In the second half of the interview, the conversation focuses on growing on-farm fertility and stifling pest pres…
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Adam Keen ran in New Zealands first ever Backyard Ultra back in 2019 where he finished as the assist. He has run in six backyard ultras since, including finishing as the New Zealand Champion in 2020. Last year Adam was present from beginning to end at The Masters at Dead Cow Gully as well as Bigs, both world record breaking races. Adam is a running…
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