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We're an American couple who has been living in Japan since 2007. Kisstopher (she/her) is a mental health therapist. Chad (he/him) is a writer. We talk about most everything in our lives, from being disabled / chronically ill to money to friends, and the role that Japan plays in them. Mostly, we want to entertain you, even though we sometimes talk about heavier topics.
 
Survive the Jive podcast is about history, ancient religions and nature. I'm a qualified historian, and a documentary film maker. I focus mainly on Indo-European cultures and most specifically on Germanic/Norse paganism but I also make videos on other subjects too. Since 2007, StJ has been an alternative media source; promoting anti-consumerist and anti-materialist perspectives. The channel promotes traditional cultures as a way to oppose globalisation. The channel takes a holistic approach ...
 
World Footprints connects you to the world one story at a time. We bring deeper conversations in the travel space as we explore our cultural connections, common history and the ways we are similar.In addition to our website, https://WorldFootprints.com, our podcast can be heard on:Apple PodcastiHeart RadioSpreakerSpotifyStitcherGoogle PodcastPublic Radio ExchangeTuneInSoundclousRadioPubliccoming soon....Pandora and AlexaWe no longer provide current content on BlogTalkRadio.Thank you for trav ...
 
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K: So, lately I’ve been struggling with the concept of… I’m working remote right now. And I’m going to be working remote – I started working remote in March of 2020. And it looks like I’m going to be working remote probably through the end of… September 2021? I want to say. C: If things go according to plan. K: Yeah because we live in Japan, and I …
 
K: So, lately I’ve been struggling with the concept of… I’m working remote right now. And I’m going to be working remote – I started working remote in March of 2020. And it looks like I’m going to be working remote probably through the end of… September 2021? I want to say. C: If things go according to plan. K: Yeah because we live in Japan, and I …
 
K: So, recently, I’ve been thinking about imperialism. Which, oddly enough, I think about every January. Because we’re in Japan, I think about imperialism. Because whoever the prime minister is – well it’s been Abe for many, many years, but we have a new prime minister now – and they always do something with imperialism. Like – because the emperor’…
 
K: So, recently, I’ve been thinking about imperialism. Which, oddly enough, I think about every January. Because we’re in Japan, I think about imperialism. Because whoever the prime minister is – well it’s been Abe for many, many years, but we have a new prime minister now – and they always do something with imperialism. Like – because the emperor’…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about how things become traditions, and how those traditions become obligations, and how those obligations become universals. (laughs) C: Like the universal “have to” you must do this. K: Yeah. Okay, so for example, listicles. Right? C: Right. K: So, listicles C: You know how I feel about listicles but go ahead. K: …
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about how things become traditions, and how those traditions become obligations, and how those obligations become universals. (laughs) C: Like the universal “have to” you must do this. K: Yeah. Okay, so for example, listicles. Right? C: Right. K: So, listicles C: You know how I feel about listicles but go ahead. K: …
 
Dr Raoul McLaughlin is an expert in Roman economics with a PhD in Roman Economy and Trade beyond Imperial Frontiers. Dr McLaughlin is a founder member of the Classical Association in Northern Ireland, a council member of the Classical Association of Ireland and Associate Editor of their academic journal: ‘Classics Ireland’. He has published three b…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking a lot about how much I miss our son. So, when I get sick, I get really melancholy. And… I’ve been sick for about 4 weeks now, and I’ve been melancholy the entire time. And I’ve just been wanting our son to be move back in. C: Yeah. So, he was here for a lot of the pandemic and moved out… first week of November or so…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking a lot about how much I miss our son. So, when I get sick, I get really melancholy. And… I’ve been sick for about 4 weeks now, and I’ve been melancholy the entire time. And I’ve just been wanting our son to be move back in. C: Yeah. So, he was here for a lot of the pandemic and moved out… first week of November or so…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about how this is not the Christmas episode. I don’t care if you’re listening to this on December 25th. I am an atheist. I do not believe in Jesus Christ. And, if you are a Christian, like super-duper Christian, then you know that – if you believe in Jesus Christ – that he was not born on December 25th. That all of …
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about how this is not the Christmas episode. I don’t care if you’re listening to this on December 25th. I am an atheist. I do not believe in Jesus Christ. And, if you are a Christian, like super-duper Christian, then you know that – if you believe in Jesus Christ – that he was not born on December 25th. That all of …
 
Vi runder et år med Bobkast, og mens en og annen der ute planlegger sin egen begravelse har Øystein tanker om at han også etter sin død vil være til nytte. Å bli utnyttet som hundemat er siste ide. Litt dyster oppkjøring til jul sier du? Neida, vi feller ingen tårer og det er det ingen grunn til at du skal gjøre heller.…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about the good things that happened in 2020 for us – for me personally and for us as a family – but I did not – I so wanted to make a listicle of the 20 best things that happened in 2020. But I did not. (laughs) C: I object to listicles on several grounds. K: Share the grounds because I don’t think we’ve talked abou…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about the good things that happened in 2020 for us – for me personally and for us as a family – but I did not – I so wanted to make a listicle of the 20 best things that happened in 2020. But I did not. (laughs) C: I object to listicles on several grounds. K: Share the grounds because I don’t think we’ve talked abou…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about (clears throat) sorry to start with clearing my throat, but lately I’ve been thinking about the need for light escapism. So, today’s episode is intended to be whimsical. And… my personality – whimsy is things I don’t approve of in Japan versus things I don’t approve of in the United States. And they’re all goi…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about (clears throat) sorry to start with clearing my throat, but lately I’ve been thinking about the need for light escapism. So, today’s episode is intended to be whimsical. And… my personality – whimsy is things I don’t approve of in Japan versus things I don’t approve of in the United States. And they’re all goi…
 
This is a guest episode from the History Bro YouTube channel. I appeared as a guest on his podcast where we discussed the pagan midwinter festivals of Europe which all influenced our modern Xmas in different ways. The most important are the Roman festival of Saturnalia and the Germanic festival of Yule which became known as Jol or Jul in Scandinavi…
 
This week, we’re missing Hakone terribly. Japan is experiencing record COVID cases, and we’re not going to be able to travel this year physically, so we thought we’d do so by revisiting our last vacation. We’re in Hakone, Japan, this week! We were planning to take the week off and run something we recorded recently, but this one is fresh off the so…
 
This week, we’re missing Hakone terribly. Japan is experiencing record COVID cases, and we’re not going to be able to travel this year physically, so we thought we’d do so by revisiting our last vacation. We’re in Hakone, Japan, this week! We were planning to take the week off and run something we recorded recently, but this one is fresh off the so…
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about what a typical job is – like, how Japan and the United States view typical jobs. And, like, I feel that the United States is – has a broader category of what typical jobs are than Japan does because I’m a therapist, and in the United States, if I say – or to Americans – if I say I’m a therapist, they’re like, …
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about what a typical job is – like, how Japan and the United States view typical jobs. And, like, I feel that the United States is – has a broader category of what typical jobs are than Japan does because I’m a therapist, and in the United States, if I say – or to Americans – if I say I’m a therapist, they’re like, …
 
Det første årlige julebordet i Klæbu Podkastklubb ble selvsagt en podcast. Alle de lokale narsistene samlet seg i Bobkaststudio for masse kooooos, mat, rus og prat. Stemningen blir anspent når Reidar fra den populære Kajakkpodden velger å fokusere på statistikk og lyttertall, men når ølet går inn og vettet ut blir praten mer fokusert på hijab og sl…
 
Sigurd kan ikke motbevise at livet hans har vært bortkasta, men han har sett mye video! Paal påstår mora sa å se video var bortkasta tid – men podcast derimot? Sigurd glor på skjerm og opptrer som politi i statskanalens nest-eldste programpost, Filmpolitiet. Bobkastpublikum får med denne episodens mange film- og serietips ekstra valuta for skattepe…
 
Germanic pagan Ian Read is best known for his neofolk project 'Fire + Ice' which “takes the purity and philosophy of early music and melds it into a message redolent with powerful seeds of honour, truth, loyalty and the bond of true friendship.” Ian is also Drihten (lord) and Rune-Master in the Rune-Gild, an initiatory school devoted to the esoteri…
 
K: So, first things first, I don’t know if y’all can tell, but we got out new mics up and functioning. Thank y’all so, so much. We value every single patron, and we love every single Musick Note. You guys are the best. But y’all put Chad to work today, boy. (laughs) C: Well, I had to set them up. K: Yeah. C: And these are much more sensitive than o…
 
K: So, first things first, I don’t know if y’all can tell, but we got out new mics up and functioning. Thank y’all so, so much. We value every single patron, and we love every single Musick Note. You guys are the best. But y’all put Chad to work today, boy. (laughs) C: Well, I had to set them up. K: Yeah. C: And these are much more sensitive than o…
 
Vi kaller inn LO og får en grundig innføring i fagforeningsarbeid, av Kristian Tangen regionleder i LO Trøndelag. Hvor mye skal folk tjene? Må folk tjene forskjellig? Dreier alt seg om penger? Kristian har vært å snakka med folk som trodde det skulle bli så fint å jobbe i Norge, men som bosettes i rottereir av arbeidsgivere som kutter svinger der d…
 
The Proto-Indo-Europeans of the Pontic Caspian Steppe and other parts of Eastern Europe in the neolithic worshipped a paternal deity who they called Dyḗus ph₂tḗr “sky father”. With comparative linguistics and comparative mythology we can learn a lot about this ancient god from whom Greek Zeus, Roman Jupiter, Irish Dagda, Vedic Dyáuṣ Pitṛ́ and Norse…
 
Håkon er pedagog og har studert fenomenet “tillit”. Ingen stoler på mennesker og stat så mye som vi gjør her oppi nord! Det kan du være helt sikker på! Men nå kan det hende at vi ved å målsette, kontrollere, vurdere og evaluere alt fra ifra småbarnsmotorikk til voksnes gramatikk i henhold til en læringsmålstyrt metodikk, – faktisk klemmer så hardt …
 
Tommy Alfred, kompisen til Øystein, kommer for å hilse på Paal og å være med på podcast. Tommy har med seg sin egen gjest og koloniserer podcasten. De approprierer Bobkastkulturen. Tommy og kompisen hans Aksel Tjora, som jobber på NTNU, er professor i sosiologi, forsker, kafégjest, poliklinisk sosiologarbeider og forfatter av en drøss bøker, bl.a b…
 
Sturla Ellingvåg is an economist and historian from Norway currently collaborating with the roots of the Vikings at the Lundbeck Foundation Centre for Geogenetics at the University of Copenhagen. He also runs his own YouTube channel called Viking Stories. Sturla recently collaborated on a genetic paper titled Population genomics of the Viking world…
 
Paal lurer på hvorfor kjønn provoserer, og hvordan disse kjønnsboksene påvirker samfunnet. For første gang denne høsten er det fyr i vedovnen, og vi har invitert Kari Emilsen til en prat om kjønn, mangfold og likestilling. Kari er dosent, jobber med barnehagelærerutdanning, og er ekspert på temaet.By Øystein og Paal Christian
 
Ja – hvorfor er jenteklær så trange, Odd Anders With? Han har vært engasjert med arbeid for andre hele livet, og etter ti år utenfor politikken har han tatt på seg oppdraget som Trøndelags talsmann i det splitter nye sentrumspartiet sentrum. With hevder det har åpnet seg rom i sentrum i politikken etter at KrF valgte side – men hva er egentlig sent…
 
Etter å ha opplevd seg kidnappet sist han ble innkalt, velger Jan Bojer Vindheim likevel å bli med tilbake til Bobkaststudio for å snakke om yezidier, flyktningedebatten etter katastrofen i Moria og religion sånn generelt. Han har vært ute i media og forsvart retten til å uttrykke seg, nesten samme hvor idiotisk det gjøres og det er ei fin holdning…
 
Den nokså diffuse kategorien, mennesker med psykisk utviklingshemming, lever gjerne sine liv med støtte og tilrettelegging av andre. De aller, aller fleste har nok en eller annen gang spurt seg selv om de tilhører denne kategorien. Om svaret er i uklart, kan det uansett være greit å vite hvem som trekker i trådene når det virkelig trengs. Fra den s…
 
Gjesten uteblir. Øystein har blitt utlending, Paal sjefer videre men litt annerledes, og datter ringer inn under podden å etterspør lesing på senga. I Moria brenner det, mens i Norge sitter en eller annen leder, slash idiot, og er helt avhengig av at det bestemmes et tall, som kanskje i det store og hele ikke påvirker at summen av alt er bare lidel…
 
Hvor mange trær er det i en skog? Hvor mye større enn en flue må et dyr være for at det skal være straffbart å plage det? Hvorfor gjødsler vi skog, og hvorfor kalles det et miljøtiltak. Slike spørsmål kan bare de siste menneskene som lever i pakt med naturen, – landbrukere, gi oss svar på. Holger drifter nabogården til bobkast-stua, og hiver seg på…
 
Tony er dropouten som blei forsker på kaffe og smak, som foretrekker kaffefilter fra Japan, og som slettes ikke fnyser over trakterkaffe. Det er i det hele tatt lite snobberi over Norgeas første freelance barista. De siste 8 årene har kaffebrenneriet hans forsynt byens fineste restauranter, og hans egen kaffebar, Jacobsen og Svart, hadde et rykte s…
 
The legend of The Wild Hunt is found across Europe in different forms; Originally led by Odin (Woden), in Britain it was said to be led by King Arthur or Herne the Hunter, but always it remained fearsome, and nowhere more than Dartmoor has the dread of the black hell hounds of the ghostly nocturnal hunt been greater feared. In Dartmoor the Wild Hun…
 
New discoveries in archaeology and ancient DNA have provided fascinating insights into the mysterious people who built Newgrange and Stonehenge. 2020 has seen the discovery of the world's largest prehistoric monument, a massive Mega-henge right next to Stonehenge at Durrington. At the same time, scientists have looked at the DNA of dozens of skelet…
 
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