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Brought to you by State-Lines.com, “MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!” is a show about everything, something, and occasionally, nothing at all! Hosts Shawn Talley and Matthew Hevey share their unique perspectives on current events and all things pop culture -- including, but not limited to movies, music, television, comic books, sports, and politics. New episodes release every other Monday, exclusively on the State-Lines Network!
 
The For All Nerds Show are the Multicultural Maestros. We discuss the week in pop culture and geek, while keeping an ear to the street for the topics and controversies that affect the world of fandom--all from the perspective of people of color. Show hosts DJ BenHaMeen and Tatiana King serve as the cultural guides for this unique show, along with a revolving cast of guests that run the gamut of industries--from music and politics, to comics, movies, television and tech. For All Nerds Show is ...
 
All in all, We are 4 guys who discuss the interesting things they find on the internet pertaining to geek culture. Such as games, movies, comic books and comic art, music, gadgets, science, pie and whatever else catches their 16 eyes. Please feel free to comment by sending us a message to Indeedpodcast(at)gmail(dot)com. We would love to hear from you. Thanks all who listen and keep us going, remember to email us with questions or comments at indeedpodcast [at] gmail [dot] com or find us on F ...
 
A weekly podcast which explores pop culture, the humanities, and how they matter for our daily lives. Each week, your hosts (Hannah and Suzanne) share three (ish) things as we engage with all that delights, intrigues, and sometimes repels us; both in our areas of shared interest (ex: football, makeup, Jane Austen, Schitt’s Creek, and wine) as well as our individual specialties (ex: art history, museum studies, film, and theology). Join for the topics, stay for the conversation, and enjoy our ...
 
Subscribe to our podcast!CollectionDX is proud to host Destroy All Podcasts DX with Jeremy, Dylan, Mike, Star, Betty, and Zuey, a podcast updated every Monday about animation and cult film with an emphasis on the Japanese and the deeply weird. It may contain foul language and filthy, dirty lies. It should not be listened to by human beings or taken orally. Please stick our ad in your podcast. Write us angry letters at feedback at destroyallpodcastsdx dot com! Our super awesome spokesrobot by ...
 
In this podiobook: Part comedy. Part soap opera. A fiction blog. A serialized sit-com. A daily comic strip in prose.When Rantz takes a job as Circulation Director of Fiddle and Burn: Guide to Fandom Magazine, he hauls his family to a new home. None of them realizes that this will lead to one bizarre adventure after another.There's an epic struggle to throw away an old garbage can.There are embarrassing incidents involving a very rude laptop computer.There's a heroic quest to overcome parenta ...
 
Learn English the fun way—by listening to a podcast in English! Plain English is a program that you can understand! Join Jeff twice a week for an American English podcast about current events, such as American culture, travel, business, technology, politics and sports. The episodes also help you learn English vocabulary, idioms, phrasal verbs, English grammar and other expressions. Best of all, the show goes at the right speed for you—just a little bit slower than native speech. By listening ...
 
Brought to you by State-Lines.com -- Death is one of the most universal experiences we have, yet nobody talks about it. We run, we hide, we push dead people away and ya know what? That's dumb. This is going to be a place where we don't do that. We're gonna talk about it, cry about it, jump into the weird hard stuff, and hopefully laugh about the inevitability of it all. Every week, host Chesea Quinn will cover a different theme or topics related to death and meet a few different people who h ...
 
Generation Goat is a crossover podcast with Chris from Geek Force Five (.com) and Jon from Songs That Saved Your Life (.com). In theory, we’re talking about our sites and things related to them, but, as with most things, we wander all over the place. From movies to comics to music to goats, we've got something for most everyone with nothing better to do! We invite you to listen (at your peril), and to come on back and discuss just what might be wrong with us. It’s our hope to leave you a lit ...
 
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Whoa. Who knew that Tony Stark would so easily fall under the influence of Killmonger? Does Tony have room for more than one Token Black Friend? Why is Klaue destined to catch an L no matter what timeline? These and many more questions are pondered and answered on the latest episode of Views From The 616, as Tatiana King and BenHaMeen break down ep…
 
" Flip phones were popular in the early 2000s, but Samsung wants to bring them back. They just released the Galaxy Z Flip 3, a modern flip phone with paper-thin folding glass. The glass is rated for 200,000 folds, but the jury is out on the durability of this phone. Plus, learn what it means for something to “hold up.” -- At Plain English, we make …
 
" The September 11 Museum has a wide-ranging collection of artifacts, including architectural remnants, recovered artifacts, and electronic media. The collection on display is powerful yet heavy, but it is a worthwhile spot to visit when in New York. Today’s lesson is the second part of the two-part lesson on the museum. Plus, learn what it means t…
 
The one that some of you have been waiting for, the What If episode of Marvel Zombies is here! What did Tatiana King and Benhameen think of the dark comedy in this episode? Did Bucky get his bundles back? Did Steve really do THAT to Sharon? All of this and more on this review of the latest episode of What If?Make sure to tune in at ONE PM EST for t…
 
" Last week, lesson 397 discussed what happened on September 11, 2001. In part 1 of 2 lessons, today covers the Ground Zero Museum and Memorial in New York that was built where the Twin Towers once stood. The museum tries to strike a balance between honoring the victims and telling the story of what happened there, and you’ll learn what “strike a b…
 
We. Byke. Yes we know... it's been awhile... and things have happened...But yes, Tatiana King and DJ BenHaMeen are back with the Podcast that discusses Geek and Pop Culture from the perspective of color!This is a very special episode to say the least. Our hosts discuss why they have been on hiatus, how they have been dealing with the trauma in thei…
 
It's a celebration of female friendship EXTRAVAGANZA. Hannah & Suzanne celebrate two years of friendship by reminiscing about how they met, what their friendship means to them, and then, before things get too sentimental, they shift to discuss one of their favorite fictional friendships: Twyla and Alexis from Schitt's Creek. What do Hannah & Suzann…
 
" September 11, 2001 is a day Americans will never forget. Americans that were alive at the time have moments that stuck with them, like where they were when it happened or bits and pieces from the 24/7 media coverage that followed. This lesson looks back on the tragedy and heroism of 9/11 and commemorates the day that changed America. Plus, learn …
 
Happy Labor Day! But you know there are no days off for the Views crew as we return with our review of episode four of What If?! This week, we discuss one of the darker episodes of the series, as we find out how far will Dr. Strange go in order to save his heart?Tatiana King and Benhameen have the Easter Eggs, the themes of the episode, and all of …
 
" In the past, artists needed record labels and agents to promote their music and try to land radio spots. Now, with streaming services like Spotify and Deezer, artists can upload music to the platforms on their own. But this means the competition is higher than ever, and the power is in the hands of the streaming services. Plus, learn “light on.” …
 
" The new movie “Stillwater” stars Matt Damon and Camille Cottin. The movie is inspired by the real-life crime story about Amanda Knox, the American student who was convicted of murdering her roommate while studying abroad in Italy. Knox was not consulted about the new movie using her story, and she isn’t pleased. Plus, learn “inspired by.” -- At P…
 
What's good y'all? Tatiana King and DJ BenHaMeen are back to review the third episode of What If?, perhaps the darkest and most disturbing episode yet. You already know how we do, not only do we break the episode down for the plot and the easter eggs, but we also discuss the themes of the episode, or what we think the creators are trying to say on …
 
" Lionel Messi is one of the greatest footballers of all time, and he’s spent his entire career thus far with FC Barcelona. He moved to Barcelona at age 13 to join the young programs associated with the club. Barcelona and Messi both wanted to stay together, but apparently it was financially impossible. Now, he’s off to play in Paris. Plus, learn “…
 
Yerr! @DJBenHameen is here with special guests @lsirikul & @RonSeoulOh!!! No spoilers as we give you a preview review of #ShangChi! Trust, just because you haven't seen it yet doesn't mean you can't listen to this very important conversation about the themes and overall ideas of the movie!!By For All Nerds Show
 
It's Christmas in August! A totally legitimate and real holiday which Hannah & Suzanne have chosen to celebrate by watching nine-royalty-themed made for TV/streaming Christmas movies. Together they discuss the dating profile of these monarchs, why American women are the best matches for these pseudo-European princes, and why sick children play such…
 
" Comics and cartoon drawings date back to the 1800s. Until recently, comics were typically published in newspapers or books and tell a story over time. But now, there are Webtoons: digital comics that are designed specifically to be read on a smartphone. Welcome to 21st century comics! Plus, learn “identify with.” -- At Plain English, we make Engl…
 
Welcome everyone to another review of What If?, this week Tatiana and Benhameen discuss the second episode "What If? T'Challa Became A Star Lord?" and if you were still on the fence after episode one, trust us this is the one that will convince you that Marvel has done it again. This is our favorite episode of the season so far, so let's not waste …
 
" Japan drew the short straw with hosting the 2020-turned-2021 Olympic Games. Under pressure from the International Olympic Committee, Japan hosted the most expensive and controversial Olympic Games to date. Now that the Games have officially wrapped up, this lesson takes a look at how the Tokyo Olympics panned out for Japan, the athletes, sponsors…
 
" Several American food brands have been around for over a century, including a coffee brand from 1850 and a condiment that dates all the way back to 1876. Some things, and recipes, never change. This lesson gives you a taste of the American diet – for better or for worse. Plus, learn “still around.” -- At Plain English, we make English lessons for…
 
We are back!!! Yes that's right, the Blackest Podcast In The Multiverse is here to review What If?, the latest and greatest from Marvel and Disney Plus. Tatiana King and Benhameen bring the same energy as we take an animated foray into the madness of the multiverse!First up we have the adventures of Captain Carter, and you know we have all the answ…
 
" Several American food brands have been around for over a century, including a coffee brand from 1850 and a condiment that dates all the way back to 1876. Some things, and recipes, never change. This lesson gives you a taste of the American diet – for better or for worse. Plus, learn “still around.” -- At Plain English, we make English lessons for…
 
An episode marked by three things: 1) utter chaos, 2) our fascination with the flirtiest Austen hero in existence, and 3) more chaos. This is what happens when we go into a podcast sans detailed outline. In today's pod, we look at Austen's first written novel (though not her first novel to be published) and discuss the cinematic elements of the boo…
 
" “Judge Judy” is an American daytime courtroom television show that’s been airing for over 25 years. The popular show attracts 10 million American viewers each weekday afternoon. Judge Judy settles small disputes and is famous for her signature no-nonsense style. The show is ending next month, but Judge Judy’s legacy and many life lessons will liv…
 
" The Delta variant is rapidly spreading throughout the globe, and it’s causing a higher percentage of hospitalizations and serious cases than the original strains of COVID-19. Yet, some people with relatively easy access to vaccines are still hesitant to get jabbed. It’s a complex topic that is rooted in history and distrust. Plus, learn “pale in …
 
" Jürgen Conings was a Belgian soldier that stole military weapons and set off a massive 35-day manhunt in May. He was apparently radicalized by far-right online conspiracy theories. Conings was already on the Belgian watchlist, and there seem to have been some major oversights by the country’s military. Plus, learn “swept up in.” -- At Plain Engli…
 
We're back with a special report episode of ForAllNerds featuring resident epidemiologist Dr. C. Brandon Ogbunu, currently on faculty at Yale University! He's back to give us an update and education on all things COVID and dispels a lot of the myths that have been running wild. And the streets are indeed wild because the Delta variant is taking ove…
 
" On July 11, Richard Branson traveled aboard his own Virgin Galactic rocket ship on the first private flight to space. He beat out his billionaire rivals: Jeff Bezos of Blue Origin and Elon Musk of SpaceX by just a few days. Branson hopes this is the start of commercial space travel becoming more of a reality. Plus, learn “on the way.” -- At Plain…
 
In this edition of Suzplaining, Suzanne draws connections between the screwball comedies of the 1930s/40s, long believed to be the pinnacle of the romantic comedy, and more contemporary romantic comedies. What is the foundation of the screwball comedy, and how have the rom-coms of the 2000s/10s adapted those elements to our contemporary courtship c…
 
" For at least 100 years, kids have been learning in schools in the same format: a teacher and a class full of students with little technology. Then, Covid abruptly forced teachers and schoolchildren into virtual learning. This meant many disadvantaged students missed out on a big part of their education, but could some of the advantages of virtual…
 
You already know how it's going down! The Views From The 616 team returns to review the entire first season of Loki, and we brought some special friends along! The Loki All Star Panel:Janicia of Tea With Queen & J - @JaniciaFRodimus Prime of The Black Guy Who Tips - @RodimusPrimeKate Sanchez of ButWhyThoPC - @OhMyMithrandirRon Seoul-Oh of POC_Cultu…
 
" China’s Communist Party celebrated 100 years in power this month. From its humble beginnings in a house in Shanghai, to strict control over more than a billion people, this lesson walks through some of the ups and downs of the party over the past century. Plus, learn “take place.” -- At Plain English, we make English lessons for the modern world.…
 
" New York City is experimenting with ranked-choice voting, where you rank the candidates in order of your preference. Countries like Australia and Ireland have been doing this for a century, and it’s a way to pick a clear winner in an election. There are a lot of advantages to this style of voting, but there is one very, very big disadvantage. Plu…
 
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