Best grimace podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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Press Start Podcast
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This is not your normal gaming podcast! Every week you will be able to hear our thoughts on retro and modern games of all kinds!
 
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Alien Space Bats Podcast
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Film commentary and reviews.
 
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Rox Talks
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Join Roxanne Wilson as she navigates your world with you. The hope is that through RoxTalks you will laugh, love, maybe even grimace, but most of all see the good in YOUR life.
 
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Police Your Planet by REY, Lester del
 
Bruce Gordon looked at his ticket, grimaced at the ONE WAY stamped on it, then tore it into bits and let the pieces scatter over the floor. He counted them as they fell; thirty pieces in all, one for each year of his life. Little ones for the two years he'd wasted as a cop. Shreds for the four years as a kid in the ring before that--he'd never made the top. Bigger bits for two years also wasted in trying his hand at professional gambling; and the six final pieces that spelled his rise from s ...
 
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Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel by APPLETON, Victor
 
The Titus Brothers Contractors company have won a government contract in Peru to blast a tunnel through a mountain and connect two isolated railroad lines. The deadline is approaching, and the contractors have hit a literal wall: excessively hard rock which defies conventional blasting techniques. The company is under pressure to finish, or else the contract will default to their rivals, Blakeson & Grinder. Mr. Job Titus has heard of Tom Swift and Tom's giant cannon, which is used in protect ...
 
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David French of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America pause to cheer the Falcon Heavy rocket launch by Space X this week and David hopes it sparks more aspirational innovation that our nation so sorely needs. They also grimace as Republican majorities are preparing to jack up spending significantly over the next couple of years, ev ...…
 
The mood swings from rage to revulsion. There are grimaces and scowls. Hands go to foreheads, one middle finger is extended in protest. The pathway from the couch to the counter makes sure the wine glasses didn’t stay dry for too long. “This doesn’t feel real,” says 30-year-old Jamie Tijerina. “This seems like a bad joke,” says 62-year-old Mark ...…
 
The mood swings from rage to revulsion. There are grimaces and scowls. Hands go to foreheads, one middle finger is extended in protest. The pathway from the couch to the counter makes sure the wine glasses didn’t stay dry for too long. “This doesn’t feel real,” says 30-year-old Jamie Tijerina. “This seems like a bad joke,” says 62-year-old Mark ...…
 
Stephen is joined by Jeremy Burge, the founder of Emojipedia, to discuss the small images that define so many of our digital conversations. This episode of Ungeniused is sponsored by: Simple Contacts: Contact lens prescriptions from home: Use offer code UNGENIUSED for $30 off your contact lenses Guest Starring: Jeremy Burge Links and Show Notes ...…
 
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FYFC Studios - FYFCast
 
The FYFC Crew (MDI, Fear & Razar) have the wonderful opportunity of sitting down with Michael 8 to talk about Septembryo, dreams, play some games & so much more! In this Episode.....Tyrannosaurs-Wrecks... Rex destroys the studio.Friends Don't Lie - Stranger ThingsBefore the internet told us everything suckedAbout SeptembryoSynchronicity dreamin ...…
 
LISTEN HERE! Hello children! Welcome to the magical corporation run by an eccentric misanthrope, where all your candy dreams and nightmares can come true! Enjoy the magical tour through the facility, but don’t you DARE touch ANYTHING, or SO HELP ME… Listen as Dan grimaces his way through this episode, teaching us how the very strange Wonka corp ...…
 
2018 is going to be a great year for TV shows, films and games! In this episode we go over some of the stuff we're looking forward to the most as well as some stuff that made us grimace... Sharing is caring, find us on Facebook and Twitter and don't forget to subscribe for more! Buy us a coffee!
 
In school, we’re required to read many books, some pleasant and some downright dull. Is there a book that stands out in your mind, either one you loved or one you hated? For me, it was the latter. The book was Pearl Buck’s The Good Earth. By all accounts, I should’ve loved it. Pearl advocated for human rights and women’s rights. Heck, she even ...…
 
We frown, we smile, we grimace, we laugh. So how does our face do sooooooo many things. Let's look at the face musculature to learn more! -- Press the PDF button to review the document --
 
Episode 79:We are celebrating like Eric’s mom and putting the tree up early before Halloween. Chestnuts roasting by an open fire is a line taken literally this year when we discuss a couple Holiday strong releases, Better Watch Out and Babysitter. We also discuss a couple announcements from The Legion set, IMDB casting rumors, and it wouldn’t b ...…
 
This week, Sketchy welcomes David Smith and Rebecca Fitzgerald to discuss what the Grimace is after watching "The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of Grimace Island." It's a fun episode with twists and turns. Enjoy! Follow us everywhere at www.sketchypodcast.com Find David Smith's podcast on iTunes at "Fairly Reserved."…
 
The Need for Overwhelming Sensation by Bogi Takács I am staring at the face from a thousand newscasts—the gentle curve of jaw, the almost apologetic smile. Miran Anyuwe is not explaining policy. Miran Anyuwe is bleeding from a head wound, drops falling tap-tap-tap on the boarding ramp of our ship, the sound oddly amplified by the geometry of th ...…
 
Fourth song from my album "There Ought to be a Law", songs about things that infuriate me far out of proportion to their importance.Hippies going back to nature. Ugh. There ought to be a law Say you’re going primitive, possibilities are unlimited, thisModern life is rubbish, ‘cos it goes by in a blurYou’re downscaling, back to nature. Though yo ...…
 
This afternoon, Aneti and I went to one of the parks immediately after work. We sat in the shade of a blossom-raining tree, and the warm summer breeze played with the fabric of our light hepteri vests. We took the Skyrail to my apartment, where Kati stood over the stove stirring noodles for a sasahi-based sauce. I wanted to go to Lantern Park f ...…
 
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The Slow Ride Podcast: Bikes. Advice. Cycling Rumors
 
This week is a lot about the Tour, a little about BABYWATCH 2017, and there's a bit of grimacing. We discuss all the drama and great racing of the Tours first week, plus a dorky WWF argument for good measure. We get to a bunch of your tweets, and surprise surprise look who’s leading @velogames. Let us know if you like Tim’s baby name ideas. ___ ...…
 
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Infinite Development Podcast
 
ROSETTA REFRAIN - EPISODE 009 ***CW for substance use***[The camera pans in from above a shiny glass and concrete building, large angular windows stabbing upwards towards the sky, solar panels sparkling on the roof, a corrugated metal hangar stretching out towards the rolling fields behind the building. The camera zooms through one of the windo ...…
 
[ Author’s note: This additional text appeared in the audio version. Hello, this is Kaye! I have a few quick updates before this week’s chapter. Also, I’m recording this before sunset, so you may hear the birds in a nest outside. Epiphany includes a heavy use of constructed languages. And guess what! George from the Conlangery podcast interview ...…
 
After a series of improbable events, we succeed in putting the band back together. Wonder Woman ruffled the feathers of feminists at the United Nations of late, but there would have been no United Nations without her single handedly winning WW1. In fellow historical documentary, The Mummy, The Cruiser grins, runs and grimaces his way through ho ...…
 
After a series of improbable events, we succeed in putting the band back together. Wonder Woman ruffled the feathers of feminists at the United Nations of late, but there would have been no United Nations without her single handedly winning WW1. In fellow historical documentary, The Mummy, The Cruiser grins, runs and grimaces his way through ho ...…
 
This week’s episode features Chapter Fifteen of Black Brick. Here is an excerpt from the show: STEELING MYSELF FOR WHAT lay on the other side, I opened the door to the conference room and entered. Shannon, Cherry, and Tom were already sitting around the table. Beltran was pacing. My eyes locked onto Shannon first, and she gave me a small frown. ...…
 
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StoryWeb: Storytime for Grownups
 
This week on StoryWeb: Edith Wharton’s novel The House of Mirth. I want to close out my multi-week focus on the Gilded Age with a consideration of Edith Wharton’s novel The House of Mirth. Where Jacob Riis, Alfred Stieglitz, Stephen Crane, and Theodore Dreiser look at the grimier side of this famed period in New York City history, at the underb ...…
 
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Drunk in a Graveyard
 
The weeks episode finds the crew hanging out at the Barshed, talking about the French horror film festival darling Raw, a movie about coming of age and cannibalism. The crew also talks about The Boy on the Bridge (the literary sequel to The Girl With All The Gifts written by M.R. Carrey) the psychiatric benefits of eating human flesh, the recen ...…
 
Donald gazed up the gothic escarpment of the palm reader’s nose, into two shining eyes like pits of tar threatening to absorb his small, petty soul. They were sitting inside a purple tent, walls covered with astrological symbols and cryptic glyphs, in a corner of the Coney Island carnival where his dad had taken him on a hot and sticky summer n ...…
 
Playwright Harold Pinter (1930-2008) was famous for writing as people really spoke. Or at least how people spoke in the Britain of the 1950s/60s/and ’70s. There is almost no exposition to explain what is happening. Context comes from stage direction and what, inevitably perhaps, became known in the world of theatre as a “Pinter pause”- […] The ...…
 
This week’s episode features Chapter Twelve of Black Brick. Here is an excerpt from the show: SHANNON GRIMACED WHEN SHE heard Cherry’s voice and her demeanor changed. Before, Shannon had been alert and ready for anything. Now, her face tightened, and she twisted her neck to either side. I hoped she wouldn’t do anything stupid. If she did, I’d h ...…
 
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The MEAT Improv with Jake Jabbour and Josh Simpson
 
Edgar Momplaisir (Buzzfeed, UCB's DiCaprio) and Jacquis Neal (Some Kinda Monster, Dramedy) host their own podcast called Against The Grain, but today they're getting meaty with Josh and Jake. Edgar tells a story about the time he ate a weed treat before getting on a plane, and Jacquis talks about the time he got lost on a cruise ship. These tru ...…
 
After offering an alternative explanation for why some graduates walked out of Vice President Mike Pence's commencement speech at Notre Dame, Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America applaud President Trump's speech imploring Middle East leaders to do their part to stamp out terrorists. They also grimace as polling sho ...…
 
Our thoughts on the first two episodes of the new Hulu series based on the novel by Margaret Atwood. Show Notes Wikipedia - The Handmaid's Tale IMDB - The Handmaid's Tale Wikipedia - Elizabeth Moss Wikipedia - Yvonne Strahovski Cookout McDonald's Wiki - Grimace Nerdist Article - Handmaid's Tale - A Book to TV Primer Video - Baseketball Locker R ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of DAKKA PRESS presents. REDFIELD asks what we look like in the mirror of our own ambitions. Will we have feet? Will our mirror be tall enough to tell? We find most mirrors are a little too short. REDFIELD A man wakes up. Around him sit machines humming with power, … Continue reading "DAKKA PRESS presents: REDFIELD" ...…
 
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