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Hot For Teacher

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Hot For Teacher: A Greatest American Hero Watch Party is dedicated to the ABC television comedy/action/fantasy/drama series which first aired from 1981 to 1983. This episode by episode review pocast is hosted by Gen X'ers and degenerate TV-watchers Claire Reynolds and Tod Beardsley. Follow the podcast on Mastodon, at https://friendsofdesoto.social/@hotforteacher or e-mail us at counselor@hotforteacher.tv. Subscribers should note that this is not a podcast about didaskaleinophilia, nor is it ...
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Podsothoth is a horror and comedy podcast dedicated to the works (and foibles) of H.P. Lovecraft, hosted by recovering goth and internet D-lister celebrity, Tod Beardsley. Every Lovecraft story will be covered over two episodes each. First, Tod will read the story with minimal production, and ideal for people who just want to hear Lovecraft's words. This is the horror part. Following each story is a discussion of, about, and around that story, and have plenty of jokes and giggles. This is th ...
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Enjoy a medley of shows from different hosts in the Space Coast Podcast Network. Huge thanks to all of our partners: PlacePROS, INI Productions, LLC, Brevard Local and Apocalypse Coffee Roasters for all your support. You can watch our podcasts at https://youtube.com/@spacecoastpodcast
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Tod and Claire come off of a multi-month hiatus, and dive right back into watching and overexplaining everything about the beloved early 80s Gen-X staple prime time action-scifi-comedy show, The Greatest American Hero. In, "Here's Looking at You, Kid," the third episode of season one, Ralph and Bill must find and recover a top secret fighter plane …
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As the radio waves marry the beats of our hearts, Steve Keller's voice resonates with the experiences of a lifetime in music and broadcasting. In the cozy corners of college radio where he began, Steve rose through the ranks to become an influential figure at SUNY's first station, intertwining his love for music with a skill for managing talent. Fr…
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In which Tod and Claire discuss The Descendant, by HP Lovecraft, first published in the winter 1938 issue of Leaves. We also talk about Charles Fort and the Fortean Times, kind of a lot. Links to things mentioned in the show include Angela Collier's "physics crackpots: a theory" and https://hplovecraft.com. We also talked about NecronomiCON Provide…
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Discover the power of virtual connections as we unravel the secrets to thriving in a digitized business world with social media guru Kim Dickerson and marketing maven Sascha Lee. This episode takes you behind the chamber doors, revealing how networking and community support fuel business growth. Tap into their journey from the Cocoa Beach Chamber o…
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As a child, Jamie Engel devoured Shel Silverstein's poetry and reveled in the adventures of Mary Poppins, her imagination a garden where stories grew wild and untamed. Now an accomplished screenwriter, novelist, and producer, Jamie joins us to share her evolution from fan fiction aficionado to master of the dramatic cliffhanger. Her journey is one …
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When Tracey Hnat decided to homeschool her daughter Nilah Lois, little did she know it would become a harmonious journey of creativity and learning. Their story isn't just about textbooks and grades; it's a melody of educational freedom and artistic expression that we unwrap in our latest episode. Tracey and Nilah share their experiences with non-t…
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In which Tod reads HP Lovecraft's The Descendant, first published in the winter 1938 issue of "Leaves," and first read by Tod on February 25, 2024. Please be aware, this is a horror podcast, so it might not be for everyone. Notably, this story fragment touches on the troubling topics of the ravages of age and dementia, the Roman empire and medieval…
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Embark on an illuminating journey with the indomitable Peter Lopez, as he dissects the art of personal branding within the literary cosmos. Prepare to have misconceptions challenged and be armed with the unvarnished truth about the publishing industry. In today's narrative, it's not just about penning a story; it's a grand ballet of authenticity, s…
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When the sound of music calls, some are compelled to follow. That's precisely what happened with Somber Mercy, our multitalented guest who's been riding the wave of a creative maelstrom. We get the inside track on her journey from the beloved panels of her web comic "ET Girl" to the melodious realms of her music career. Mercy opens up about the lau…
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In which Claire and Tod discuss the Rats in the Walls. Note we spend the first quarter talking about racism in literature sooooooooo there's that. Here's the Javascript to change the cats name, do with it what thou wilt: https://gist.github.com/todb/35aa059ef2a94cb86a2db63e5121ddeb And here's Jason Buck's Linktree, if you get a chance to see him, h…
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In which Tod reads for you The Rats in the Walls by HP Lovecraft, first published in the March 1924 issue of Weird Tales. Please note, this is a horror podcast, so this episode might not be for everyone. This story contains depictions of cult worship, mispronunciations of various Anatolian and Roman deities, the American Civil War and the Great War…
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When the echoes of your past shape the snapshots of your present, there's a story to tell. That's what we discovered in our latest conversation with Casey, a New York-born, California-drenched photographer whose life is as colorful as his portfolio. From his origins shadowing a journalist father to his abstract interpretations of the mundane, Casey…
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Space Coast Eats Episode 62 featuring Ethan Tyler Step beyond the velvet rope and into the allure of mixology with me, Jesse, on Space Coast Eats. Our guest, Ethan from Lourdes Library, is no mere barkeeper; he's an alchemist of the modern speakeasy. Listen in as he conjures up libations that will seduce your senses, from a sumptuous strawberry syr…
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In which Claire and Tod recount the second episode of The Greatest American Hero, "The Hit Car," originally aired on ABC on March 25, 1981. Starring William Katt as Ralph Hinkley, Robert Culp as Agent Bill Maxwell, Connie Sellecca as Pam Davidson, and featuring Gianni Russo as Johnny "The Dancer" Damanti and the lovely -- but maybe not quite as bea…
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Step into the world of high-stakes sports rivalries and passionate storytelling as Emmy-winner Barry Walton joins us to reveal the gritty and thrilling underbelly of documentary filmmaking. Barry captures the essence of the craft, unraveling the narrative behind his acclaimed sports documentary featuring NBA icons Kyle Singler and Kevin Love. Our d…
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In which Tod and Claire discuss "The Horror At Martin's Beach," by Sonia H Greene and HP Lovecraft, originally published as "The Invisible Monster" in the November, 1923 issue of Weird Tales. More about Sonia Greene: https://www.gothamcenter.org/blog/marriage-failure-and-exile-hp-lovecraft-in-new-york More about Captain Orne's possible connection t…
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Ready to uncover the hidden gems of downtown Melbourne? Join me, your host, and my special guest, local celebrity Kim Agee, as we tour the nooks and crannies of her beloved hometown. Discover unique and intriguing gifts for men, like a steam punk lamp from the Strawbridge Art League, a Jack Black body wash set from Sendalas, and a customized tumble…
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What if art could be a beacon of inspiration, an instrument of resilience in the face of adversity? This episode illuminates the powerful journey of Honduran artist Andrea Castaneda, whose life and creations reflect strength and survival. Born and raised in a country marred by violence, Andrea discovered art to be her sanctuary, her means to commun…
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Have you ever wondered what it feels like to come face-to-face with a wild alligator? Or been curious about the world of critters that slither and scuttle across the Space Coast? Get ready for a wild ride, as we venture into the fascinating world of alligator catching with our guest, Frank Robb aka Alligator Robb. Rob transports us to Chicago, wher…
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Join Claire and Tod for the exciting second half of the pilot episode of The Greatest American Hero: Pilot, in which we wrap up reviewing this amazing TV show. You can watch GAH for free (with ads) on Tubi, here: https://tubitv.com/tv-shows/479553/s01-e01-the-greatest-american-hero-pts-1-2 Like this episode? Rate it on your favorite podcast app! Wa…
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Join us for a captivating chat with the ever-stylish Charlotte Goodman aka CharGood, where we journey together through the world of fashion, personal anecdotes, and her love for all things vintage. We promise you, by the end of this episode, you'll walk away with a newfound appreciation for the art of personal style and pick up a few laughs along t…
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If you've ever marveled at the intersection of music and art, prepare to be bowled over by our guests for this episode. Renowned artist Derek Gores, whose works have graced the Playboy Hugh Hefner special tribute edition cover and the official Derby poster for the 2013 Kentucky Derby, joins us with the versatile Andrew Spear, a muralist, illustrato…
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Ready to get the inside scoop on what's happening in the bustling city of Melbourne? Buckle up as we dive into the community's current projects and open the conversation to how the economy, interest rates, and housing inventory are affecting homebuyers. With the city's millage rate at a decade low and an exciting partnership with Brevard Zoo on the…
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Get ready for a taste bud tantalizing journey as we welcome Kim, the brilliant mind behind the Downtown Melbourne Food & Wine Festival. Today, we're about to uncover all the delicious details about this exciting gastronomic event, right from the impressive line-up of vendors to the vibrant new waterfront venue. Imagine over 70 tents, 15 breweries, …
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Ever dreamed about moving abroad, fighting through language barriers, and launching a successful business? Our guest, Lina, did just that. She's a remarkable interior designer who relocated from Columbia to the U.S., and has since become a local celebrity. Listen up as we chat about her unique journey, her passion for design, and how she has flouri…
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Just in time for Halloween! In this episode of Podsothoth, a Lovecraft book club, Tod Beardsley reads to you The Horror at Martin's Beach by HP Lovecraft, which is also sometimes known as The Invisible Monster by Sonia H Greene. It was first published as the latter in the November, 1923 issue of Weird Tales. Please note, this is a horror podcast, s…
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to transition from a successful business owner to a local politician? Join us as we explore the intriguing journey of Jason Judge, the brain behind JJ's Scream Printing and Embroidery, now aiming for the seat of Melbourne Beach Commissioner. Jason takes us through his thrilling journey of entrepreneurship, his c…
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In which Claire and Tod discuss The Shunned House, by HP Lovecraft, first published in the October, 1937 issue of Weird Tales. And here are some links in case you're a weirdo who reads these show notes. Link to the Kickstarter project for publishing The Shunned House: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/helios-house/shunned-house Wikipedia article…
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Are you prepared for a hard-hitting conversation that uncovers the brutal reality of the political landscape within the realm of education? I, Jenn Parrish, share my personal journey of advocating for my children's rights, following my daughter's encounter with a bully, through covid. I reveal how I faced hostility and aggression, not just from ind…
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In which Claire demands to have her own podcast to talk about Gen X stuff. Namely, The Greatest American Hero. Tod helps. Learn more about "It's My Life," the weird drop-in replacement for "Help Me Rhonda" at this Reddit post. Learn more about John Hinkley at Wikipedia. Watch the TV show at Tubi, or maybe on YouTube if ABC doesn't take it down. Lik…
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Join us on an enlightening journey addressing the dire need for affordable housing, as we converse with our distinguished guest, Keith Donald. As a key partner with the city of Melbourne and an influential member of the private foundation, Steady Town, Keith brings valuable insights to the table. With a wealth of knowledge and personal experience, …
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In which Tod Beardsley reads The Shunned House, by HP Lovecraft, first published in the October, 1937 issue of Weird Tales. Since this is a horror podcast, it may not be for everyone. This reading contains detailed descriptions of 17th, 18th, and 19th Century architecture, a meandering genealogy, several child maladies and deaths, including stillbi…
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Join us on an exhilarating culinary and entertainment journey as we step into an all-new dining experience, Cadillac Cove, with Steven and Sabrina as our guides. Steven returns to the restaurant industry with a riveting tale of the challenges faced while maintaining beach-side businesses. Meanwhile, Sabrina unveils the beautiful vision behind their…
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Ready to learn the ins and outs of making a downtown area not just safe, but also vibrant and attractive? Join Paul Alfrey. Mayor of Melbourne, as he chats with Kim Agee from Melbourne Main Street, and together they expose the transformative journey of Melbourne's downtown area, from installing robust security cameras to promoting a more livable, w…
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In which Tod and Claire discuss HP Lovecraft's The Nameless City, which was first published in the November, 1921 issue of The Wolverine. Please know that this is a horror podcast, and may not be suitable for everyone, especially if you have problems with claustrophobia and the 20th Century plunder of archeological sites. We talked about John Shirl…
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HP Lovecraft's The The Nameless City, which was first published in the November, 1921 issue of The Wolverine, as read by Tod Beardsley in July of 2023. Please know that this is a horror podcast, and may not be suitable for everyone. This story in particular contains depictions of amateur, penetrative archeology by an imperialistic foreigner; variou…
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Are you ready to witness true community impact and the power of compassion in action? Join us as we welcome our inspiring guest, Buddy of the CITA Mission, who's spearheading the transformative initiative called Helen's House. This incredible project aims to provide more than just a warm bed to Melbourne's homeless women and children; it's about of…
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In which Tod and Claire discuss The Unnamable, a short story by HP Lovecraft, first published in the July, 1925 issue of Weird Tales. Please know that this is a horror podcast, and may not be suitable for everyone. This is especially true if you have feelings about Cotton Mather. We discussed the Magnalia Christi Americana by Cotton Mather, not the…
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In this episode Paul Alfrey addresses the current changes to the airport including a special guest aircraft that is very unique in size. The Mayor also explained how the relationship with the daily bread and the surrounding neighborhoods are changing for the better via some improved policy measures. Then the Mayor shared some truth regarding Margar…
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In which Tod reads HP Lovecraft's The Unnamable, first published in the July, 1925 issue of Weird Tales. Please know that this is a horror podcast, and may not be suitable for everyone. This story in particular contains depictions of the supernatural and spectral, as well as puritanism and religiosity, an 18th Century hanging, improvised burial rit…
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In which Tod and Claire discuss The Horror at Red Hook by HP Lovecraft, which was first published in the January, 1927 issue of Weird Tales. Please note, this is a horror podcast, so it might not be for everyone. We swear some in this episode, but more importantly, we talk, at length, about Lovecraft's unabashed racism and nativism, as well as disc…
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In which Tod reads The Horror at Red Hook by HP Lovecraft, which was first published in the January, 1927 issue of Weird Tales. Please note, this is a horror podcast, so it might not be suitable for everyone. Specifically, this story is concerned with Lovecraft's xenophobia regarding the immigrant population of Brooklyn, New York, as well as descri…
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The Bearded Chef joins Jesse and Kayte, with Vibe and Dine, in the studio to discuss his move to Station 49 in Palm Bay. Chef Brandon is such a delight and extremely personable. His success includes a best blended burger award from the James Beard Foundation. His success with his food truck established him as a true foodie's chef whose creations we…
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LIVE and UNEDITED! This is the raw export of the Februrary 15, 2023 live from London Lovecraft Festival discussion of HP Lovecraft's Herbert West -- Reanimator. We have not listened to this episode, at all, and is cut straight from our mighty podcasting deck to your mp3 player. It might just be an hour of unintelligible nonsense. You have been warn…
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In which Tod reads Herbert West -- Reanimator by HP Lovecraft, first published in serial form in the first six issues of Home Brew, from February through July of 1922. Please note, this is a horror podcast, and it might not be for everyone. Tonights story is, as you might have guessed from the title, primarily concerned with the scientific pursuit …
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In which Tod and Claire discuss The Hound, by HP Lovecraft, which was first published in the February, 1924 issue of Weird Tales. This episode is a little swearier than most, so kids, don't say these words in school. The other, usual content warnings apply, including subjects of drug use, suicide, and assorted gothery. You can read about the real-l…
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Note: This episode was originally published November 22, 2022 In which Tod reads Azathoth, which was first published in the Winter, 1938 issue of Leaves. A discussion of this story will follow. While this reading isn’t particularly scary, do note, that this is a horror podcast, and may not be suitable for all listeners. This very short story touche…
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Note: This espisode was originally published December 11, 2022 Tod and Claire discuss Azathoth, which was first published in the Winter, 1938 issue of Leaves. Note, this is a horror podcast, and may not be suitable for all listeners. This discussion of Azathoth is mostly centered around a shocking revelation about the nature of the cosmos and the o…
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In which Tod reads The Hound by HP Lovecraft, which was first published in the February, 1924 issue of Weird Tales magazine. As this is a horror podcast, it might not be suitable for all listeners. The story that follows contains graphic depictions of grave robbery, a violent attack by an unseen, supernatural being, suicidal thoughts and plans, a s…
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