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“The ancient clock in the Land of Dreams struck thirteen, and the dreams, now free, soared back to Earth under first vesper’s light …" And so begins “The Thirteenth Hour,” a tale about dreams and wishes, wild hearts and childhood promises, and the quest to find the unsung hero that lies in all of us. It's also a story for everyone who has been told to get their heads out of the clouds and stop daydreaming. In this fairy tale for adults, a young man named Logan goes on a quest accompanied by ...
 
Fashion and apparel. It touches nearly everyone. When its at its best, fashion and apparel is not only functional, but also fun, expressive, sexy, and for some businesses, very profitable. But when it is at its worst, fashion and apparel is superficial, exploitative, polluting and extremely wasteful - in other words the essence of unsustainable consumption. And while it is argued that the industry's rapid growth has created employment opportunities for more than 300 million people worldwide, ...
 
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Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we're saddling up and heading west for a 90's take on the cinematic western with Tombstone. Johnny has been on a western kick as of late so we show him something that may or may not live up to his current enthusiasm. Make sure to like and subscribe to hear us on this cinematic j…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #289: Knowing Yourself, Ukemi, Relaxing into Existential Angst, and Deep Breathing with A Thirteenth Hour Reading https://archive.org/download/podcast-289/Podcast%20289.mp3 This week’s episode comes at a time of increasing national and global anxiety about the future, and as inhabitants on this rock orbiting a star on th…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #288: Fight Scene Analysis with Jeremy from Whistlekick – Brandon Lee vs. Dolph Lundgren in Showdown in Little Tokyo https://archive.org/download/podcast-288/Podcast%20288.mp3 This week’s episode is the third in a series about Brandon Lee (episode 286 on Laser Mission for Brandon Lee’s birthday and episode 287 on Legacy …
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we're entering the trippy fever dream that is Jim Henson and David Bowie's Labyrinth! Despite being a huge fan of Muppets and Jim Henson Adam has somehow never experienced this cult classic. See if his love of the creator carries over to a love of the movie, or if he gets stuck …
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #287: Watching Legacy of Rage from 1986 – Brandon Lee’s First Lead Role https://archive.org/download/podcast-287/Podcast%20287.mp3 This week’s episode is kind of a continuation of last week’s episode for Brandon Lee’s 56th birthday. I am watching the first film Brandon Lee starred in, the 1986 Hong Kong production, Legac…
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we're reaching out to the cosmos and looking for life in the universe as we show Bridget Contact for the first time. We discuss he fear of being along in space, and some of our favorite Robert Zemeckis movies before diving into the film itself. Make sure to like and subscribe to…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #286: Rewatching Laser Mission (1989, a.k.a. Soldier of Fortune) + Remembering Brandon Lee https://archive.org/download/podcast-286/Podcast%20286.mp3 This week’s episode will be released on 2/1/21, an interesting number pattern date by itself, but it also would have been Brandon Lee’s 56th birthday. As I discuss in the e…
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we have ourselves a double hot seat as both Johnny and Adam have never seen the Robin Williams classic, Good Morning, Vietnam. Listen as we discuss the filmography of the late great comedian and get into this tale of a radio DJ serving in Vietnam during the war. Make sure to lik…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #285: Recycling LDPE and PP Plastic into Plastic Synths! https://archive.org/download/podcast-285/Podcast%20285.mp3 This week’s episode continues from the last three week’s crafting episodes … but instead of HDPE (high density polyethylene, a.k.a. #2) plastic (which worked pretty well, as described in last episode), this…
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we take a look at a beloved cult classic, Pulp Fiction, and we do so to show it to Adam, who is very reluctant to finally watch. Find out why he has yet to see this, and if that reluctance gives way to enjoyment. Make sure to like and subscribe to hear us on this cinematic journ…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #284: Recycling HDPE Plastic into Plastic Synths! https://archive.org/download/podcast-284/Podcast%20284.mp3 This week’s episode continues from the last two week’s crafting episodes … but instead of wax, I’m using plastic. Not the two part pourable resins I’ve used so far but cut up pieces of HDPE (#2) plastic from milk …
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we are back to our normal trio and showing Bridget the first Naked Gun! Listen as we discuss our favorite comedies, how the genre has changed, and most importantly, what Bridget thinks of this slapstick classic. Make sure to like and subscribe to hear us on this cinematic journe…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #283: Upcycling Broken Crayons Part 2 – Making Candles! https://archive.org/download/podcast-283/Podcast%20283.mp3 This week’s episode continues from last week’s crafting episode. We made multicolor synthesizer crayons last week, so this week, we’re using some of the wax from the crayons and combining it with wax from br…
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we welcome Brian, a long time listener of Broken Clock Podcasts and Bridget's fiancé, and show him Ridley Scott's Alien for the very first time. Listen to his strong opinions on scary movies, H.R. Giger, the movie itself, and even E.T.! Make sure to like and subscribe to hear us…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #282021 Crafting – Upcycling Broken Crayons! https://archive.org/download/podcast-282/Podcast%20282.mp3 Happy new year! To start us off, I thought we’d combine resin casting, recycling, and creativity in one project – making crayons! Whaaa, you say? What’s that have to do anything? Well, let’s find out! If you have or ha…
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week Johnny returns to the hot seat for what many consider to be the greatest love story ever put to film. For an avid movie buff somehow missing out on The Princess Bride seems like a glaring omission, so we find out how Johnny could have missed this, and whether or not it can live …
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #281: 2020 Reflections / Future Goals + “Many Miles” Vocals https://archive.org/download/podcast-281/Podcast%20281.mp3 This week, I reflect on the year and look back on the goals I had for 2020 back in episodes 230 and 231. Despite all the zaniness of the past year, it’s been a good year creatively. Besides the things di…
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we're flipping the script a little and bringing in a guest who is the only person on the episode who has seen this movie before. Hear your normal hosts on the hot seat and hiding underneath the blanket as we watch the holiday horror movie Black Christmas! Make sure to like and s…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #280: 80s Christmas Songs and Reworking “Many Miles” for the Zillionth Time https://archive.org/download/podcast-280/Podcast%20280.mp3 This week, just before Christmas drops, I thought it’d be fun to talk a bit about 3 songs from the 80s that aren’t traditional Christmas songs but are, in many ways, still holiday songs. …
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we're for a good old fashioned Christmas Staycation with Chevy Chase and the rest of Griswold family! Despite having seen half of of the Vacation movies Adam never made Christmas Vacation part of his yearly tradition so he sits down to watch this comedy classic for the first tim…
 
Forests play a crucial role in promoting biodiversity, removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and supporting livelihoods, especially in poorer countries. But because wood is the basis for so many of our products, the pressure to exploit forests, usually in unsustainable ways, continues to increase. What does this have to do with the fashion in…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #279: Working on a Thirteenth Hour Custom Action Figure Part 4: Making a Silicone Mold and Shrinking with Mineral Spirits https://archive.org/download/podcast-279/Podcast%20279.mp3 This week, I’m making a silicone mold for the guitar I finished last week. While the mold for the synthesizer is quite easy, this one is a bi…
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week we continue unwrapping new Christmas movie experiences as we show Bridget The Santa Clause for the first time! Find out if this Christmas classic makes here holiday wish list or if she is sending it back like a lump of coal. Make sure to like and subscribe to hear us on this cin…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #278: Working on a Thirteenth Hour Custom Action Figure Part 3: Making a Clay Acoustic Guitar https://archive.org/download/podcast-278/Podcast%20278.mp3 This week, I’m working on another accessory for the custom figure of Logan from The Thirteenth Hour that I started two weeks ago. Last week, I made a synthesizer, which …
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine! I'll Watch It. This week's episode we get into the Christmas spirit with Bill Murray starring in Scrooged! It is Johnny's turn in the hot seat as he had never seen this take on the classic A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.Find out if Johnny enjoyed the film and listen as we discuss what works and wh…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #277: Working on a Thirteenth Hour Custom Action Figure Part 2: Making a Clay Synth https://archive.org/download/podcast-277/Podcast%20277.mp3 This week, I’m working on an accessory for the custom figure of Logan from The Thirteenth Hour that I started last week (that I am just about finished now). I’m making Logan his o…
 
Welcome everybody to another episode of Fine, I'll Watch It! This week's episode we sit Bridget down to show her one of if not the only Thanksgiving movies, Planes, Trains and Automobiles. We talk what a typical turkey day is like for her and why she has yet to see this Steve Martin and John Candy vehicle. We then break down the movie to see if she…
 
It's been nearly a decade since Patagonia, Walmart and a number of other brands, retailers, manufacturers and NGOs established the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC), an innovative industry collaboration. As the coalition's website states, its vision is "an apparel, footwear, and textiles industry that produces no unnecessary environmental harm an…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #276: Working on a Thirteenth Hour Custom Action Figure https://archive.org/download/podcast-276/Podcast%20276.mp3 This week, I’m working on a custom figure of Logan from The Thirteenth Hour. In some ways, I’ve been planning this for years. It was the original reason why I got into clay sculpting, though I ended up going…
 
Welcome everybody to the first episode of the newest show to come to the Broken Clock Podcasts channel, Fine, I'll Watch It! In this show we take somebody who has not yet seen what is considered to be a must see or classic movie and sit them down and make them watch it. We have all been in a conversation where when you say you never saw a particula…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #275: Welcome Shawn and Colin from I Used to Like This One Discussing Short Circuit 2 (1988) https://archive.org/download/podcast-275/Podcast%20275.mp3 This week, I’m joined by Shawn and Colin from the podcast I Used to Like This One. I’ve mentioned their show a few times here before – around Halloween for an episode the…
 
Sweden has a reputation for being a sustainability leader in many areas, so you can imagine how curious we were to learn about a newish proposal from the current Swedish government for a chemical tax on textiles. The proposal was recently made available to stakeholders for comment, and of course, a robust debate has ensued. Is this proposal, as pre…
 
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #274: Welcome Synthwave – Musician It’s the Dream Chaser https://archive.org/download/podcast-274/Podcast%20274.mp3 This week, I’m joined by musician It’s the Dream Chaser, a classically trained pianist turned retro 80s melodic synthwave artist. We discuss his background, influences, his process of creating his sound, an…
 
Episode #273: Halloween Episode Part 2: 80s Food and The Lost Boys 2 https://archive.org/download/podcast-273/Podcast%20273.mp3 This week, I’m joined by fellow 80s enthusiasts Joe Fangsrud von Esch and Adam Crohn to discuss 80s food and the 1987 film, The Lost Boys. To start, I invite you to take a culinary journey and experience Steakumms. I’d act…
 
Sweden has a reputation for being a sustainability leader in many areas, so you can imagine how curious we were to learn about a newish proposal from the current Swedish government for a chemical tax on textiles. The proposal was recently made available to stakeholders for comment, and of course, a robust debate has ensued. Is this proposal, as pre…
 
Episode #272: Halloween Episode Part 1: 80s Food and The Lost Boys 1 https://archive.org/download/podcast-272/Podcast%20272.mp3 This week, I’m joined by fellow 80s enthusiasts Joe Fangsrud von Esch and Adam Crohn to discuss 80s food as a precursor to a much longer discussion on the 1987 film, The Lost Boys. To start, I invite you to take a culinary…
 
Episode #271 and Like a Hood Ornament 19: Welcome Nicole Dubuc, Executive Producer of the Rocketeer Animated Series https://archive.org/download/podcast-271/Podcast%20271.mp3 This week, I’d like to welcome screenwriter, actress, and producer Nicole Dubuc to the show. She is the executive producer of the Rocketeer cartoon that came out about a year …
 
Sasja Beslik, Head of Sustainable Finance Development at J Safra Sarasin, fled Bosnia when he was 18 to escape the war. He ended up in Sweden and today spends his time leveraging the power of the financial sector to improve the world. He is particularly interested in the fashion industry's impact on people and has recently attracted attention for h…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Broken Clock Podcasts Gamescast where the time has come to say goodbye. This week Joe talks about where he stands on his decision to jump into the next generation and whether or not he will end up keeping his Series X pre-order. Him and Jon also talk more about Hades and how much there is to play even after defeati…
 
Episode #270 and Like a Hood Ornament 18: Welcome Author and Comic Book Artist Brian Fies https://archive.org/download/podcast-270/Podcast%20270.mp3 This week, I’d like to welcome author and illustrator Brian Fies, of works such as What Ever Happened to the World of Tomorrow? and A Fire Story for another installment of the Like a Hood Ornament Rock…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Broken Clock Podcasts Gamescast where things are a bit more back to normal This week Jon gets to actually gush about Hades so you can hear it from the him rather than Adam's retelling last week. He has continued on playing and continues to find new and exciting things to love about the game. Adam got to take flight…
 
Episode #269: October Updates and Most Recent Draft of “Once Upon a Dream” https://archive.org/download/podcast-269/Podcast%20269.mp3 This week, there was so much “housekeeping” business to take care of, I made it a whole episode. Here’s the lineup: -I am just about done the title track, “Once Upon a Dream,” for the next Thirteenth Hour soundtrack …
 
Phil Patterson, Managing Director at Colour Connections, has been working at the intersection between the textile industry and influential retail brands for over twenty years, and after some recent soul-searching he had an epiphany. He has come to the conclusion that the current way we use and dispose of chemicals is extremely wasteful and will not…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Broken Clock Podcasts Gamescast where something has gone horribly, horribly, wrong. This week's episode is going to be a little different as unfortunately due to a technical issue, we lost our original recording. Joe, Jon, and Adam had original sat down to discuss all of the big news of the week including Microsoft…
 
Episode #268: Welcome Hilda Pacheco-Taylor of Corazon de Vida – A Positive View of Orphanages https://archive.org/download/podcast-268/Podcast%20268.mp3 This week, I’m pleased to welcome Hilda Pacheco-Taylor of the organization Corazon de Vida, which helps to raise funds for a number of orphanages in Baja, Mexico (which are 100% reliant on donation…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Broken Clock Podcasts Gamescast where we have a very very special guest! This week Joe makes a triumphant return as the guys talk Super Mario 3D All-Stars, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, and the Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Alpha! The Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round is almost all the Playstation 5 showcase event, whi…
 
Episode #267: Wrapping up “Once Upon a Dream” and Creative Community 3 – Start of Thirteenth Hour Arts Patreon https://archive.org/download/podcast-267/Podcast%20267.mp3 This week, I’m wrapping up “Once Upon a Dream” and discussing more on the idea of creating a creative arts collective. Last week, I created a private Facebook group called Thirteen…
 
In this episode we continue to explore the most commonly repeated "factoids" in fashion and sustainability in order to determine whether they are substantive and useful. As a reminder, a "factoid" is information that is reported and repeated so often that it becomes accepted as fact. During Stockholm Fashion Week, Mike spoke with Alden Wicker, free…
 
Episode #266: Adding Vocals to “Once Upon a Dream” and Creative Community 2 https://archive.org/download/podcast-266/Podcast%20266.mp3 This week, I’m adding vocals to “Once Upon a Dream” and discussing more on the idea of creating a creative arts collective. To start, I ended up creating a private Facebook group called Thirteenth Hour Arts – For Cr…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Broken Clock Podcasts Gamescast where football season is finally back! This week featured Jon and Adam continue to be engrossed in last week's new releases as Jon is fully invested in completing challenges in Tony Hawk 1 & 2 remake, while Adam is splitting his time between that, Avengers, and Fall Guys. The Lightni…
 
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