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What makes you a nasty woman? Kate Harding and Samhita Mukhopadhyay, co-editors of the new Nasty Women essay collection, tackle questions about feminism, resistance, and revolution in Trump's America with notable activists and advocates. How do we maintain momentum and avoid burnout nearly one year after Election Day? How can we foster resilience and unplug when it's necessary?This podcast is a companion to the book NASTY WOMEN: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump's America. Learn ...
 
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Regular Joes Podcast

Dave Pisani, Barry Kay and Tod Pleasant

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Dave Pisani, Barry Kay and Tod Pleasant have teamed up to create the Regular Joes Podcast, a show that will focus on various aspects of the things they love most, movies, toys, sci-fi, tv shows, comics, collecting, and much more. Each episode will feature subjects such as the cool vehicles and props from classic movies and tv show, the movie you would want to have with you if you were stranded on a desert island as well as new or notable items the guys have added to their varied collections. ...
 
"The Greatest Secret in the world is an inspiring and affirmative guide to victorious living by the author that gave us "The Greatest Salesman In the World." "Og Mandino emphasizes the basic steps which must be taken to make life worthwhile his book is a guide to the happy practice as business faith as well as a manual for the use of that faith for the problems that surround us all." Lester J. Bradshaw. Join us as we utilize the text to do what it does best. Winston
 
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This week the Regular Joes catch up on news from the recent Disney D23 Expo. There were numerous updates from the Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universes, allaying any fears thar the House of Mouse might be be running out of content anytime soon. While many exciting things loom on the horizon, this year was as much as what they weren’t talking abo…
 
There have been several attempts to bring Wonder Woman to the screen. And while some were successful, The New Original Wonder Woman series 1975-1979 and the 2017 Wonder Woman film, others have missed the mark like a poorly thrown javelin. This week the Regular Joes, joined by noted bad film aficionado Jim Bush, provide a live commentary analysis of…
 
This week, the Regular Joes are joined by regular guest host Brian Mix for a very random show filled with random topics and random conversations about very random geeky stuff. It’s a no homework required show for everyone, so sit back, relax and randomly enjoy the show! Oh yeah, and theres What’s in the Box too. As always, thanks for listening!…
 
Remember back in the day, when the arrival of that extra thick TV Guide Fall Preview Edition offered up all sorts of promise for the coming network TV season? Yes, that’s as much a thing of the past as filling your tank for less than a $50 bill. This week the Regular Joe’s give slightly more time than is due to the scant offerings served up for the…
 
This week the Regular Joes take a look at two very different streaming series. One wrapping up its third season and the other just out of the chute. The Joes have been on board Apple TV+’s alternate history space race drama For All Mankind since launch. As they dig in to the most recent Mars mission focused season it quickly becomes clear that the …
 
In this episode I’m joined by Holistic Strength OG Jack SkeatsJack was one of the catalysts in me creating a programme that looked beyond the physical aspect of coachingHis journey has been nothing short of amazingIt’s had everything…Literally you name it, it’s happenedThe good and the bad, we worked through it all together as a teamThis was a grea…
 
The passing of our childhood heroes is hard, more so the crushes of our youth. This week the Regular Joes bid farewell to Olivia Newton-John, who may not have been Dave’s first crush, but certainly had a significant impact on his teen years. As well as inspiring an elaborate, and ultimately successful, effort to crash her 1982 Saturday Night Live a…
 
In 1965 an actress, dancer and singer accepted a small role in a new science fiction TV drama. Her expectations for the show were understandably low. But Lt. Uhura became the defining role her long career. The Regular Joes pay tribute to the life and legacy of Nichelle Nichols who broke barriers, changed minds, inspired countless people, and looked…
 
On the back of the Lionesses' bringing it home on Sunday James is joined by guests Sarah Tindale & Jane Latif to discuss all things women's sport & fitness.The guys cover their experiences from both a women and mens perspective from childhood through to today.How they see the women's opportunities & standards improving moving forward and the cultur…
 
The San Diego Comic Con (SDCC), while no longer the largest comic con, remains the harbinger of all things nerdy. This year announcements were split between long awaited projects such as, The Sandman and the Game of Thrones prequel House of Dragons, and many others we will likewise be waiting a long time to see. The Regular Joes dive into the litan…
 
In this episode, we talk about the honest reality that is the upcoming recession. As dim as this topic can be, I want to bring conversation around it so we can get as many of us ahead of it as possible. We break down the three keys to building a recession proof business and life, and an education around how we can continue to pivot during this time…
 
In this episode James is joined by guest Darren Finnegan of Prohealth Physio.The guys go deep on this one discussing an open minded approach to health & fitness and how Darren likes to look beyond the obvious when it comes to injuries and take into consideration everything that's going on in someones life that could potentially be contributing to a…
 
It’s been a while since we have had the whole crew together, and now that Brian has made his way to the east coast it’s time to catch up with him and Derryl. The far reaching swath of this week’s topics incudes, but is not limited to: the sudden, seeming collapse of Eaglemoss / Hero Collector, the unlikely circumstance of Dave being further into Ms…
 
In this episode James digs into the often misunderstood topic of bodyweight.Where and why do we get good or bad emotions around the scales?Is it a good marker of success?What can influence bodyweight?If changing our bodyweight is a goal, how do we mange that?It's a much debated topic, everyone has an opinion. Hopefully you take some value from this…
 
Thor Love and Thunder marks the first time a MCU hero has gotten four stand alone films. So, that’s something anyway. We knew Thor Ragnarok 2017 was going to be hard to top, and, SPOILER this film does not. There is Thor, two of them actually, Valkyrie, Korg, and a handful of other familiar faces but somehow Taika Waititi’s second outing as directo…
 
In this episode James is joined by Sarah Harker of SarahlouskitchenThe guys start by discussing how Sarah truly is leading the way in her mission to help people put themselves first by fuelling their body with good quality yet simple and tasty foodSarah really opened up about her difficult yet inspirational entry into the health & fitness world wit…
 
Since Disney took over the helm of the Star Wars Galaxy fan response has been, well … mixed. And while you can’t please everyone, Obi-Wan Kenobi’s six episode run proved the House of Mouse can do right by a legacy character. While not a perfect series, Obi-Wan aptly demonstrated that even a story you think you know can be improved in the telling. N…
 
In this episode James takes a deep dive on what it means to find happiness and those things people get really awkward about discussing....emotions.Our emotional state has a huge impact on our energy, both positively and negatively. It's super important that we have self awareness over the impact they have on us and the amount of control we actually…
 
By the time you listen to this episode the dust will have settled on the Prop Store's Entertainment Memorabilia Auction. If you are now the proud owner of a screen used Star Wars X-Wing model congratulations! In their traditional pre-auction show the Regular Joes review their personal wish lists and cinematic holy grails, including a Holy Grail, fr…
 
The firehose of streaming series content continues as the Regular Joes breakdown, digest and process what they have seen so far. Star Trek Strange New Worlds continues to be everything it promised to be. Likewise Kenobi moves towards its rapidly approaching conclusion proving there are still stories to tell In that curiously small universe. Lastly …
 
Top Gun Maverick Is the sequel everyone has been waiting 35 years for. Ok, so maybe more accurately it is the sequel Dave has been waiting 35 years for. Tom Cruse”s long delayed fighter pilot action flick is finally in theaters and it is breaking box office records. Was it worth the wait? There will be SPOILERS. They knew this month was coming, but…
 
In this episode James chats with guest Ben Leeder on how to live your life with compassion. This can be in the form of how you speak to yourself, how you behave and show up for yourself and then some other forms of self care that slot in nicely along side these.They also discuss living a healthy active lifestyle as a parent and how communication is…
 
The wait for Obi-Wan Kenobi, the six episode Disney+ series has seemed interminably long. It has been five years since it was first announced as a prequel-sequel film, and 17 years since Ewan McGregor last donned the hooded robe - which for some reason everyone in the galaxy seems to forgotten was a Jedi trademark. This week the Regular Joe’s are j…
 
In this episode James is joined by Sam Bacon to discuss Training for Longevity.We discuss how to approach training to ensure you are able to do it for as long as possible to keep you strong, mobile and fit throughout your life and how your training may evolve over that time frame.We also discuss how to create a training experience that is unique to…
 
Ok, so they gave you a week to catch up, now it’s time to talk Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness. For the second time in six months Stephen Strange aka Doctor Strange aka the wizard formerly known as the Sorcerer Supreme follows a teenager down a path that warps, folds and spindles reality. Expectations were high for this film, which has …
 
This week, while the Joes are not talking about Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness, they review the just wrapped seasons of Picard and Moon Knight. In its sophomore season on Paramount+, Star Trek Picard, the only Trek series headlined by a nonagenarian protagonist, slowly goes where any number of shows have gone before. There are some goo…
 
In this episode James is joined by Jack Curtis to take a deep dive on the role nutrition has in optimal health.They cover a wide range of topics including:- What does health mean.- Why do we eat? It often falls under 3 categories the social, psychological & physiological.- Mindfulness around food and behaviours around food.- Eating to feel good vs …
 
This week the Regular Joes find the stars in perfect alignment as the newest offerings from both the Star Wars and Star Trek universes seem poised to deliver on all the potential they can muster. First up is a trailer for the impending Obi-Wan series from Disney plus. This first peek pulls back the curtain on Obi-Wan Kenobi’s undocumented middle ye…
 
If you had previously given any thought to getting off your sofa at any point in the next two months this week’s episode may convince you otherwise. The powers that be at Amazon Prime, AppleTV+, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, and Paramount+ have decided to convince you that May and June is clearly not the time to prune any of the the streaming se…
 
In this episode James discusses expectation management and how not having flexibility with your expectations can often lead to the all or nothing mentality. A simple tool which can be applied to reduce the impact of this is to work off minimums & maximums. By setting non-negotiable of the bare minimum you can make progress in all areas even at a sl…
 
The Marvel movie machine is back in full on production mode and this week they served up two new trailers, one for Thor: Love and Thunder and another for Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness, respectively. After whatever the Eternals was or was not, and Spider-Man: No Way Home (which is in, but not totally of the MCU) these two films carry much of…
 
Last Week Paramount debuted its third release of 1979 film Star Trek: the Motion Picture. Does this remastered version of the earlier director’s cut solve all of the issues with the original film? Not quite. Overall opinions vary on the sum total of the endeavor. On one end of the spectrum it can be seen as a sweeping visual spectacle that heralds …
 
One month out from the debut of their newest Star Trek series Paramount+ has rolled out several bits of promotional video, which give every indication that someone at the company may actually understand what makes Star Trek, Star Trek. Lots of space ships, aliens, phasers and yes, Strange New Worlds to explore. Can this level of expectation be met?…
 
Just when you thought Disney had cornered the market on flawed dudes in armor Paramount + serves up Halo, the first live action adaptation of the long running video game franchise. There’s action, there’s aliens, there’s serious body count, but is there enough here to build an audience beyond the gamer purists, many of whom are already finding reas…
 
You know that show, the one where people talk endlessly about their lives, relationships, childhood traumas, work stresses, and pretty much everything else? In the recent past you would assume we were discussing This is Us or something like that. Sadly, we are talking about season four of Star Trek: Discovery. Where everyone, including the ship’s A…
 
The Batman is in theaters, which, if you are keeping score is the Gotham Knight’s fifth big screen appearance, in three incarnations, in the span of ten years. Damn, they don’t give this guy a rest. Anyway, before you really has a chance to miss him Batman is back. This time he’s broody, moody, and . . . to use an already over-used adjective, DARK.…
 
This week the other Regular Joes put their faith in Tod (always a questionable proposition) who promised to come up with a theme and tell them as they record. To make things more interesting he called up the full bench, Barry, Dave, Derryl and Brian. This week the theme is “Themes.” how do movie and television songs and scores factor into our attac…
 
Spared the burden of planning, theme, or actual forethought, the Regular Joes catch up on a number of things they weren’t covering while talking about a certain Disney + series that, somewhat miraculously, is never even mentioned this time around. They catch up on various other things they have been watching, or in the case of Peacemaker, rapidly b…
 
The Book of Boba Fett has finished. And, like many recent additions to the Star Wars franchise, fans and critics are mixed. Like the public at large the Regular Regular Joes, plus Irregular Joes Derryl DePriest and Brian Mix, run the gamut of opinions. The title character has thrived for decades on mystique, reputation and expectations. Can it real…
 
If you are tired of all the talk about The Book of Boba Fett in this episode the Regular Joes devote some time to talking Hot Toys. The Hong Kong based maker of premium one 1/6 scale action figures has put a significant dent in the wallets, as well as the shelf space, of the Joes. The hosts run down their, often extensive, list of preorders as well…
 
In recent weeks the Regular Joes have spent a fair amount of time talking about The Book of Boba Fett. Yeah, well that’s still a thing. Facing criticisms such as, “He talks too much,” “He doesn’t really do anything,” and “This is not the Boba Fett we knew,” etc. Disney responds by giving viewers an episode in which the one time favorite guy in Mand…
 
Do you know those episodes where the Regular Joe’s make lists and spreadsheets and plan the heck out of everything they do? This is not one of those episodes. As Barry, Dave and Tod like to do from time to time (when they don’t really have another plan) this week they just turned on the microphones and recorded whatever came to mind. At times it’s …
 
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