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Best Brett Arnold podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Brett Arnold podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The best horror movie podcast about horror movies and all things tangentially related to the horror lifestyle! Each week, The New Flesh podcast highlights all the latest news in the horror film world, including project announcements, release date reveals, trailer breakdowns, and whatever else is trending in the horror space at that current moment. After that, it's time for the Main Event: a long-form discussion on a specific movie, usually a new release that's opening in theaters. If a horro ...
 
"Strangers from Twitter" is an interview show that aims to get personal about the connections and conversations forged through Twitter ... and alright, fine, they'll talk about memes, too. Once a week, hosts Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) and Brett Arnold (@brettredacted) sit down with a Twitter personality, who is a stranger to at least one of them, to find out who they really are, both on and offline. Along the way, a discussion about how the site is reworking our relationships, creating opport ...
 
Adventures in Jewish Studies is a podcast produced by the Association for Jewish Studies, the largest learned society and professional organization representing Jewish Studies scholars worldwide. The episodes take listeners on a journey, exploring a wide range of topics, from the contemporary to the ancient, in a way that’s informative, engaging, and fun. Launched in 2018, the Adventures in Jewish Studies series produces five episodes annually.
 
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Today I had a conversation with Adam Stewart of One Man Left, one of my favorite indie developers of all time. The company has downsized since its heyday of the early 2010’s, and after operating for about ten years, there is now literally just one man left carrying the torch. Adam is currently working on Hex Gambit: Respawned, his latest turn-based…
 
Today’s show has two main topics: how do we prioritize what to do as solo devs working on large projects? And secondly, we discuss Dark Souls and the other Fromsoft games. Today’s guest is Peter “Nomorebirds” Siecienski, who some might know as the winner of our Push the Lane Fan Art Contest, or as a designer/artist behind Tumblefolk Tempest(on whic…
 
Orioles fan favorite J.J. Hardy joins Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to discuss everything from pickle ball to his days with the Orioles. Hardy talks about what the trade to Baltimore meant for his career (11:55). J.J. also discusses the O's special playoff runs in 2012, 2014 and 2016 (26:00), and shares what it felt like to walk up to the plate …
 
Longtime utility man and former Oriole Jeff Reboulet joins Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to discuss his 12-year career in the big leagues. Reboulet shares detailed stories from his days with the 1997 Orioles (8:11) and discusses the impact that playing with Hall of Famers had on him, including Kirby Puckett (31:53). He also shares what he has be…
 
MLB Pipeline senior writer Jim Callis joins Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to recap the Orioles' 2020 Draft. Callis reviews all six of the O's draft picks, including Heston Kjerstad (3:54), Jordan Westburg (11:10), Hudson Haskin (12:14), Anthony Servideo (14:40), Coby Mayo (17:59) and Carter Baumler (19:30). He also offers insight on what player …
 
Former Orioles pitcher and 1989 No. 1 overall pick Ben McDonald joins Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to analyze who the Orioles could take with the No. 2 pick in the 2020 draft (10:48), how this year's draft might affect future drafts (18:51), and minor league development (21:55). He also tells stories from his career (29:56), including the times…
 
On Shavuot, a Jewish holiday celebrating the people of Israel receiving the Torah from God at Mt. Sinai, we the read the Book of Ruth, the story of a Moabite woman, Ruth, who marries an Israelite man and, when he dies, remains loyal to her mother-in-law, Naomi, and returns with her to Judea. So, why do we read this story on Shavuot? It may have som…
 
Former Orioles pitcher Joe Saunders joins Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to discuss the night he calls the No. 1 moment of his Major League career, his start in the 2012 AL Wild Card Game vs. Texas (5:20). Saunders also discusses the O's late playoff push that season (9:03), the dramatic ALDS vs. the Yankees (12:58), and his baseball journey, sta…
 
On today’s show, we have an interview with designer and theorist Fabian Fischer. Fabian is the designer behind Crimson Company, which is now running its fourth Kickstarter, which is currently doing incredibly well—at the time of this writing, it has over $33,000 pledged (and they were only asking or $11,000)! On the show, we discuss the difference …
 
Former Orioles All-Star closer Jim Johnson joins Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to highlight his eight years in Baltimore, over which he recorded 122 saves and set the club's single-season record with 51 saves in 2012. Hear him recall his record-breaking 2012 season, including Game 2 of the ALDS (8:24), the dominance of the O's bullpen that year …
 
Orioles legend Jim Palmer sits down with Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to look back on his Hall of Fame pitching career, starting with beating Sandy Koufax in the 1966 World Series at age 20 (7:27). Palmer also talks about how pitching has evolved over time (19:41) and his favorite Orioles team that he was a part of (36:35).…
 
Orioles outfielder Stevie Wilkerson sits down with Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to discuss the night he became the first position player in Major League history to earn a save. Wilkerson describes that historic night, getting Albert Pujols to fly out to end the game, and what he is doing to stay ready for the season. Presented by Miller Lite.…
 
O's Hall of Fame catcher Chris Hoiles sits down with Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to relive the top moments of his 10-year career in Baltimore, including his dramatic walk-off grand slam in May of 1996 (5:47), catching Hall of Famer Mike Mussina (17:51), and being part of Cal Ripken Jr.'s record-breaking 2,131st consecutive game (36:19). Presen…
 
Hi everyone! Today’s episode goes into some depth about emergent complexity: what is it, what isn’t it, why would we want it, and how do we get more of it? We talk about specific examples in games like 4X strategy games, and most importantly (because I’m making one), squad tactics games. I want to say thank you so much to my Patrons, who make this …
 
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