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Great Night Video Feed

Brian Brushwood & Justin Robert Young

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For over 10 years, Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young have brought you the best of the worst of the internet. From BBLiveshow to NSFW and Night Attack and years of live events from DragonCon to Nerdtacular, BB and JuRY want nothing more than to make you laugh so hard that you feel guilty and ashamed. Now, witness their final form: Great Night. Brian, Justin, Bryce “neshcom” Castillo, and friends bring you their electric live comedy and games with a new polish. It’s still a Great Night.
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For over 10 years, Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young have brought you the best of the worst of the internet. From BBLiveshow to NSFW and Night Attack and years of live events from DragonCon to Nerdtacular, BB and JuRY want nothing more than to make you laugh so hard that you feel guilty and ashamed. Now, witness their final form: Great Night. Brian, Justin, Bryce “neshcom” Castillo, and friends bring you their electric live comedy and games with a new polish. It’s still a Great Night.
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How would you fight a Yeti in hand to hand combat? Would you attempt to sell your soul to the devil in the interest of science? How can you prepare for a zombie apocalypse? Find out all of this and more every week on the Weird Things podcast, where your hosts, Andrew Mayne, Justin Robert Young and Brian Brushwood probe the most challenging questions about the paranormal, supernatural and fringe.
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World's Greatest Con

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Brian Brushwood (Scam School, Modern Rogue, Scam Nation) brings you the hidden stories behind the most audacious con jobs, swindles and heists in history. Email the show at Worlds Greatest Con at Gmail dot comSupport us directly at Patreon dot com slash Greatest Con Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Night Attack Low Quality Video Feed

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For over 5 years, Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young have brought you the best of the worst of the internet. From BBLiveshow to NSFW, from live events at DragonCon to Nerdtacular, BB and JRY want nothing more than to make you laugh so hard that you feel guilty and ashamed. We're everything that's right about the internet being so wrong. After half a decade, we've decided to take our show independent. If you're a long time fan, nothing's changed except we can now do whatever we want... S ...
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What's it like pitching a TV show? When should your failures start turning into successes? How do you take advantage of opportunities? Join hosts Andrew Mayne, Justin Robert Young, and Brian Brushwood as they talk about their experiences navigating creative arts and the media landscape.
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Veronica Belmont & Brian Brushwood can't live without video games. They'd literally die. TWiT's first video game show, Game On, fixes this. They are sustained by playing games and then gleefully bringing you news, reviews, and commentary about console and PC games that you'll get nowhere else. Please watch Game On, it's a matter of life and death. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
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Veronica Belmont & Brian Brushwood can't live without video games. They'd literally die. TWiT's first video game show, Game On, fixes this. They are sustained by playing games and then gleefully bringing you news, reviews, and commentary about console and PC games that you'll get nowhere else. Please watch Game On, it's a matter of life and death. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
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You Are Not So Smart

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You Are Not So Smart is a show about psychology that celebrates science and self delusion. In each episode, we explore what we've learned so far about reasoning, biases, judgments, and decision-making.
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The International Association of Internet Broadcasters presents this spotlight program to showcase some of today’s top Internet Broadcasters. The IAIB Spotlight provides not only educational resources but representation, and networking opportunities to Internet Broadcasting professionals as well as to all of those interested in becoming part of the most rapidly emerging broadcast medium.
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From the creatives behind starwarsreport.com comes a brand-new nightly podcast counting down the last 30 days until The Last Jedi hits theaters. Star Wars Tonight will be hosted by the Star Wars Report Founder and Editor in Chief Riley Blanton and will feature an incredible lineup of guest hosts. Each day of the week will feature a special guest host with a unique perspective on a fascinating aspect of Star Wars fandom and anything and everything in that galaxy Far, Far, Away.
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Take a quick tour through IMDB’s rating system before jumping in to the lowest rated episode of The Six Million Dollar Man. Was the episode on rails or does the creation of a new continent make up for it? Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (521, “The Moving Mountain”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.co…
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Disney does the work to incorporate Hulu and perhaps more, Peacock takes the NFL live from Brazil, and the Alamo Drafthouse may be up for sale. All this and more on Cordkillers! This week on Spoilerin’ Time: The Six Million Dollar Man (221, “Outrage in Balinderry”) Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (521, “The Moving Mountain”) Subscribe, get ex…
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In this episode we sit down with psychologist Dacher Keltner, one of the world’s leading experts on the science of emotion, the man Pixar hired to help them write Inside Out. In his new book – Awe: The New Science of Everyday Wonder and How It Can Transform Your Life – he outlines his years of work in this field, the health benefits of awe, the evo…
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Andrew Mayne, Justin Robert Young, and Brian Brushwood embark on a journey through a variety of topics, starting with a real-world disaster involving a boat crash and a collapsed bridge. They speculate on the implications of tainted fuel and the role of the National Transportation Safety Board in such incidents. The conversation then shifts to the …
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Fembots, mustaches, and opening credit confusion litter this disappointing episode of The Six Million Dollar Man. Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (221, “Outrage in Balinderry”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube: https://youtu.be/BNPP0su…
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Fembots, mustaches, and opening credit confusion litter this disappointing episode of The Six Million Dollar Man. Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (221, “Outrage in Balinderry”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube: https://youtu.be/BNPP0su…
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We may be at the end of the acquisition phase for streaming platforms, the Olympics bring multi-view, and so many trailers. All this and more on Cordkillers! This week on Spoilerin’ Time: The Six Million Dollar Man (406, “Kill Oscar: Part 2”) Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (221, “Outrage in Balinderry”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, an…
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In this episode, Andrew Mayne, Justin Robert Young, and Brian Brushwood dive into a variety of topics starting with Boom’s attempt to bring back supersonic flight, despite the historical and regulatory hurdles. They also touch on the story of a toxic cat in Japan that fell into a vat of chemicals, raising concerns about its whereabouts. The convers…
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Once you figure out what to watch, strap in for a treat of idealistic futurism wrapped in a simple plot and a few logical pitfalls and progressive themes. Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (406, “Kill Oscar: Part 2”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkil…
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Once you figure out what to watch, strap in for a treat of idealistic futurism wrapped in a simple plot and a few logical pitfalls and progressive themes. Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (406, “Kill Oscar: Part 2”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkil…
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YouTube tries to enhance your television experience, Doctor Who transcends timezones, DirecTV finds a glitch, and people just aren’t watching together apart anymore. All this and more on Cordkillers! This week on Spoilerin’ Time: The Six Million Dollar Man (101, “Population: Zero”) Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (406, “Kill Oscar: Part 2”) S…
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In this episode we welcome psychologist Mary C. Murphy, author of Cultures of Growth, who tells us how to create institutions, businesses, and other groups of humans that can better support collaboration, innovation, performance, and wellbeing. We also learn how, even if you know all about the growth mindset, the latest research suggests you not ma…
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It was ranked highest, but might be the worst…welcome to how not to wrap up a show in the 90’s. Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (101, “Population: Zero”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube: https://youtu.be/u_eHUJruP8s Download…
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It was ranked highest, but might be the worst…welcome to how not to wrap up a show in the 90’s. Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (101, “Population: Zero”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube: https://youtu.be/u_eHUJruP8s Download…
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Apple plays the long game, Avatar granted its finish, while the Oscars may have humbled themselves. And if a Dragon flies and no one watches, does it still breathe fire? All this and more on Cordkillers! This week on Spoilerin’ Time: Cheers (1125, “One for the Road”) Next week: The Six Million Dollar Man (101, “Population: Zero”) Subscribe, get exp…
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An oddly straight adventure in skepticism brings predictable jokes and little character development…and still packed in a great time. Next week: Cheers (1125, “One for the Road”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube: https://youtu.be/z-CnTybl7qs…
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An oddly straight adventure in skepticism brings predictable jokes and little character development…and still packed in a great time. Next week: Cheers (1125, “One for the Road”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube: https://youtu.be/z-CnTybl7qs…
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Old stuff might be new again…at least for formats and content, Netflix snubs the Apple App store, and concerts are big in theaters. This week on Spoilerin’ Time: Cheers (1003, “Madame LeCarla”) Next week: Cheers (1125, “One for the Road”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://P…
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In 1974, two psychologists, Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, as the New Yorker once put it, "changed the way we think about the way we think." The prevailing wisdom, before their landmark research went viral (in the way things went viral in the 1970s), was that human beings were, for the most part, rational optimizers always making the kinds of ju…
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The boys discuss space, technology and where American monkeys came from. Support Weird Things on Patreon Subscribe to the Weird Things podcast on iTunes Podcasts Podcast RSS feed Episode archive Download url: https://ia600202.us.archive.org/26/items/weird-things-030124/Weird%20Things030124.mp3 https://ia600202.us.archive.org/26/items/weird-things-0…
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In an episode that could be mistaken for a cryptic message left by time travelers, Andrew offers a brief apology to the Weird Things audience for the recent lack of episodes. He assures listeners that while the episodes have been recorded, changes in the backend process have led to a temporary blackout. The episode ends with a promise of a return t…
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Recorded 2/16/2024. Support Weird Things on Patreon Subscribe to the Weird Things podcast on iTunes Podcast RSS feed Episode archive Download url: https://ia800206.us.archive.org/13/items/2024-02-16-weird-things-mixdown/2024-02-16-Weird things_mixdown.mp3 [podcast]https://ia800206.us.archive.org/13/items/2024-02-16-weird-things-mixdown/2024-02-16-W…
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It’s the most awkward double-date ever in one of Cheers’ least Cheers’ episodes, ever. Next week: Cheers (1003, “Madame LeCarla”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube: https://youtu.be/a9b5lAlSBgM Download…
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It’s the most awkward double-date ever in one of Cheers’ least Cheers’ episodes, ever. Next week: Cheers (1003, “Madame LeCarla”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube: https://youtu.be/a9b5lAlSBgM Download…
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Showmax topped Netflix in Africa, Fubu feels cheated by Disney and friends, and Walmart buys Vizio. This week on Spoilerin’ Time: Cheers (520, “Dinner at Eight-ish”) Next week: Cheers (1003, “Madame LeCarla”) Subscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at http://Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at http://Patreon.com/Cordkillers YouTube…
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OHO! BEHOLD WHAT MYSTERIES LAY BEYOND IN THE REALITY WHERE BRIAN GETS TO TYPE THIS TEXT HERE! YES! THE EPISODES WILL BE CAUGHT UP! YES! PATREON WILL GET CURRENT! …But most importantly: yes. Nobody can stop Brian from writing whatever he wants here. ? Support Weird Things on Patreon Subscribe to the Weird Things podcast on iTunes Podcast RSS feed Ep…
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Jeremy Utley, Kian Gohar, and Henrik Werdelin sit down to discuss the surprising results of a new study into what happens when groups of people work together to brainstorm solutions to problems with the help of ChatGPT. Based on their research, Utley and Gohar created a new paradigm for getting the most out of AI-assisted ideation which they call F…
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