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Best Jesse K podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Jesse K podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Pod Awful bullies the internet LIVE every Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8pm EST! Host Jesse P-S and his comedy co-hosts get too personal and f**k up everyone's feelings. Jesse has been arrested LIVE on the show. He was investigated by the secret service. His girlfriend called into the show to break up with him on air. Its all real, and its all f*****g nuts. It's not a show ABOUT comedy, it's funny people actually BEING funny!
 
It's 2016, so we decided to make a podcast to voice our dumb opinions each week. Jim, Zach, and Jesse share stories about anything they've got on their mind and sometimes rant about what weird obsession society has at the time. "Knee Deep" and "Stiff or Limp" segments dive into our own opinions about things that you never knew were important. New episodes are uploaded every Monday-Tuesday.
 
The shift is a sex and dating podcast with an Irish comedy flavour. Comedians Katie Boyle and Des Bishop are trying to navigate the crazy world of Sex and Dating on both sides of the Atlantic. They represent, two generations, two nationalities, and two genders and both have a desire to make sense of the shift in attitudes around sex and dating in both their lifetimes.
 
Listen, subscribe, download the goodnesshttp://acidboost.com/http://boogie417.tumblr.com/ http://soundcloud.com/discomafiacrew http://www.last.fm/music/Boogie417 http://www.undergroundflavours.com http://www.mixcloud.com/discomafiacrewFollow us on Twitter: boogie_417 Facebook: boogie417Currently Music Range: From: Electro House// Dirty Electro // Funky House// Ducth House// New School Breaks// New School Acid Breaks// Funky Electro Breaks// Fidget// Tech house// Prog house.// Techno// Curren ...
 
Big Brother is all about "expecting the unexpected", and you should expect the same from Big Brother & The Holding Company. Nobody can make fun of something like people who love it and these two will be making fun of all the ridiculousness that comes with locking people in a house for 10 weeks. Laugh along with them at the stupidity of the house guests, the stereotypes everyone plays into and the ridiculous rules that Julie Chen loves to throw at the contestants. Get updates about what you m ...
 
Art of the Essential is Chris Caparro. Los Angeles based, Philadelphia native Chris Caparro has spent the last 15 years cultivating his musical tastes in a wide variety of musical genres. Having grown up on hip-hop his roots run deep, with his first record every purchased being Africa Bambaata’s “Renegades of Funk”. It was monumental for him, breaking boundaries and setting a clear path for open creativity in the world of music.?Fast forward 20 years to 2002 and it was officially time to get ...
 
Shurakano started in the music business in the early 90's working for several record labels and clubs in Belgium and performing mainly in Europe: France, UK, Italy, Spain... Author of multiple European and global dance music hits like "Right on Time" for Syndicate of L.A.W "Doing my own thing" and "Down and under" with Kid Crème, "Trust it" and "Alone" on Junior Jack's Debut Album, Monako "Shake that Body and "Saxo Anthem" with Sandy Vee and Fred Pellichero, Dj LBR's "This Party" and "U Got ...
 
podcasts and tracklistings from Tim Red's weekly show, broadcast on the world renowned HouseFM (http://www.housefm.net) every Thursday 8pm - 10pm, playing the very best in upfront deep and tech-house with a few surprises!Please support the artists you hear played on the show - if you like what you hear, buy the tracks!Tim Red started DJing in the early 90s inspired by the acid house movement that had been sweeping the nation and developed a fresh techno-edged house sound (later to be called ...
 
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In this episode of Ask-A-Badass HB, Erika C and Natalie cover some very niche medical BING BOONG BONGS. They talk about reading romance as an escape, how Erika might ACTUALLY be a superhero, how she copes with her sometimes bleak work job as a romance reader and a mom. And tune in on Monday, February 24th for Part 2 of The Bollywood Bride by Sonali…
 
http://bit.ly/TMCP_Podcast_Survey Holley is the official EFI source for Kibbe and Friends and is the PROUD sponsor of this episode! We need your help! We're working with Holley on future things to do with the show....and we really need to know where you live and what you drive. Could you please fill out this super-duper easy four question survey fo…
 
In 2019 guitar made a comeback in the top 10. According to analysis from Hit Songs Deconstructed, about a third of all songs featured the electric guitar, a nearly 10% jump from the year before. In 2020 this trend isn’t stopping. Recent releases by Halsey, 5 Seconds of Summer and Joji all prominently feature electric guitars tones. They reference 9…
 
In today's ep we reflect on the awful tragedy of the death of Caroline Flack. Before we get into it we have a quick look back on last weeks ep. We also have a quick listeners conundrum about whether you should let your friend know your new love interest is still swiping away on the apps. We then chat about the horrible news about Caroline Flack and…
 
Happy Monday! We're recapping part one of The Bollywood Bride by Sonali Dev! It's a second chance romance of two childhood sweethearts, set during a traditional Indian wedding! Ria and Vikram are a big, beautiful ANGST. Make sure to be careful if you find sexual assault, mental health issues/crises, mental health shaming, eating disorders, depressi…
 
--Click here to buy the new Dancing with Ghosts "Brady Ghosts" T-Shirt: https://dancingwithghosts2.bandcamp.com/merch--Consider supporting us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/2Dfa4iv-------------------------------'Don't Fuck With Cats' is a Netflix docu-series that chornicled the actions of a twisted fuck-wit named Luka Magnotta. Magnotta became infamous…
 
The Santa Cruz Joker, aka Harlan Absher, has been exposed for many things: going to jail, his dad being a Nazi, racist and homophobic rants, lying, and being a rapist. He is also the NEW Mr. Burgers. With all of this, how much more can be exposed? Well we find out from Harlan's BEST FRIENDS, Samuel Battle (aka DRIFTWOOD) and Michael (aka IGGLYBUFF)…
 
In episode 411, Jesse decried the ubiquity of credit cards and the fact that they enjoy a number of benefits that plain old debit cards do not... at the risk of getting yourself in debt. Since then, he's learned of a few strategies for managing fraud risk with debit cards. Sign up for a free 34-day trial of YNAB at www.youneedabudget.com Also, go t…
 
Hey HBs! On this episode of Ask-A-Badass, Nat and Caitlin talk about the upside of long commutes, if audio books are actually reading, Girl Scouts (favorite cookie anyone?), reading goals, what to do when life hands you lemons and limes, and a very SLIPPERY *Bing, Boong, Bong*! And join us on Monday, February 17th for Part 1 of The Bollywood Bride …
 
http://bit.ly/TMCP_Podcast_Survey Holley is the official EFI source for Kibbe and Friends and is the PROUD sponsor of this episode! This episode features the full recap of the entire Terminator Stealth install on #KibbeLee at Cody Crafted in Burleson, TX. The system is on, it works, the car runs, nothing leaks, and we're ready to do some fine tunin…
 
Rupert Lewis has written a biography of Marcus Garvey published by the University Press of the West Indies in 2018. His book Marcus Garvey documents the forging of Garvey’s remarkable vision of pan-Africanism and highlights his organizational skills in framing a response to the radical global popular upsurge following the First World War (1914–1918…
 
[HOUR+ LONG EPISODE! PIZZA FUND ONLY. $12 LEVEL AND UP - http://podawful.pizza] The Playa Insurgency is here! Comedians Royce Da 5'9 and Drexel team up to create the only BLACK-pilled podcast that stands up for FREE SPEECH and FREE MEN, we brutally and hilariously pick apart politics, current events, conspiracy theories and e-celebs.. Take off the …
 
In A. K. Sandoval-Strausz’s recent work, Barrio America: How Latino Immigrants Saved the American City (Basic Books, 2019), ties together a magnificent story of Latinos migrating to Chicago and Dallas, and the positive effect immigration and cultural heritage has on urban America. Latinos are often viewed on the sidelines of societal transformation…
 
Bill welcomes novelist, essayist and short story writer John Michael Cummings to the show. John is the author of the nationally acclaimed coming-of-age novel "The Night I Freed John Brown", winner of The Paterson Prize and recommended by USA TODAY for Black History Month. His 2011 short story collection, "Ugly To Start With", was an IndieFab Award …
 
Selena Gomez has her first #1 song on the Hot 100. “Lose You To Love Me” is a confessional look at her past five years of heartbreak and health challenges. By contrast, her single “Look At Her Now” is a testament to moving on and moving up. Each of these songs inhabits a different musical and lyrical world and we were lucky to get to speak with her…
 
As the leader of the Sanctuary Movement in Los Angeles during the 1980s, Father Luis Olivares brazenly defied local Catholic authorities and the federal government by publicly offering sanctuary to Central American migrants fleeing political violence and civil war, and later extending it to undocumented Mexican immigrants unable to legalize their s…
 
So back, so ready, so simp. Our open arms are waiting for your ears to walk right in. The boys left a hefty episode here for you to get your week started. We knew you were thirsty for it, but had to wait a while to wet your whistle. Have you ever accidentally texted someone in the year 2020? Are you gonna circumcise your kid or let them flap throug…
 
On this ep we chat to Irish club promoter Jess Brennan about her new club night Sanctuary which is on Valentines night this week. There are very few tickets left if you are looking to go. It is inspired by Jess Brennan's time in Berlin and she is trying to bring liberated club culture to Ireland. We chat about her time in Berlin and the fetich club…
 
We're bringing you a monster-sized episode for our first sexy monster! **heart-eyed emoji**. Join us for Firelight by Kristen Callihan, a romance mystery set in Sherlock Holmes Times which may or may not have made us spontaneously combust a couple of times. Callihan is a master of "show, don't tell" and we were riveted for every moment. Plus, let's…
 
Jesse admits he's got an itch to scratch. He likes to invest gamble in the stock market from time to time, using an app that allows him to trade at the swipe of a finger. At least he's honest -- it's gambling with fun money, not investing. And that's the key. It's money he can afford to lose, and it's not much. Sign up for a free 34-day trial of YN…
 
[HOUR+ LONG EPISODE! PIZZA FUND ONLY. $12 LEVEL AND UP - http://podawful.pizza] The white man stole podcasts from the black man, and now during BLACK HISTORY MUMF, we takin' it backkkkkk, ya feel me? Drexel P-S got his lawyer Nick Rekieta to sue AncestryDNA for new test results confirming his AFRICAN KING HERITAGE. Now that we got receipts, we gon …
 
Bill welcomes author Christina Adams to the show. Christina is an award-winning writer, journalist, author, and speaker. She and her work have been featured by National Public Radio, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and the LA Times Magazine. Her book Camel Crazy: A Quest for Miracles in the Mysterious World of Camels explores the scient…
 
In Queering Black Atlantic Religions: Transcorporeality in Candomblé, Santería, and Vodou (Duke University Press, 2019), Roberto Strongman reveals the many non-heteronormative texts, practices and beliefs though which Black Atlantic religious practices in Haiti, Cuba and Brazil were constituted. Strongman examines Haitian Vodou, Cuban Lucumí/Santer…
 
The boy band One Direction has been on hiatus for nearly five years, yet only now have all of the members of the group released a solo album. But how do these efforts from Niall, Liam, Harry, Louis and Zayn stack up? Vox Writer (and One Direction fan) Alexa Lee compares albums as a challenge for each member to rise to their greatest artistic potent…
 
Such a fun episode this week. Des and Katie first chat about whether Valentine's day means anything to them. They then discuss various sexual positions that you may want to try to spice up your Valentine's day. It is a proper filthy Valentines fun and you still have a week to prepare your own plans for the big day next week. For information regardi…
 
--Consider supporting us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/2Dfa4iv-------------------------------Cindy Wismiller was an unassuming mother who worked for an armored car company... I think you see where this is going. Next we talk about the case of Sammy Wheeler. Sammy may be dead but at least he doesn't have to deal with his petty-ass inner circle of adult…
 
In the late nineteenth century, a small group of Cubans and Puerto Ricans of African descent settled in the segregated tenements of New York City. At an immigrant educational society in Greenwich Village, these early Afro-Latino New Yorkers taught themselves to be poets, journalists, and revolutionaries. At the same time, these individuals―includin…
 
Hey HBs! We're here with part 2 of From Lukov With Love by Mariana Zapata! This Slytherin/Slytherin romance was ALL ABOUT THE W and gave us all the feels! Bonus content: RIGHT TO BOOK!, Erin eats a little crow but then takes it back, *Bing Boong Bong* This Is A Bullshit with Erin, Melody's gross depression life hack, all of Ivan's nurtures and doin…
 
In the late nineteenth century, a small group of Cubans and Puerto Ricans of African descent settled in the segregated tenements of New York City. At an immigrant educational society in Greenwich Village, these early Afro-Latino New Yorkers taught themselves to be poets, journalists, and revolutionaries. At the same time, these individuals―includin…
 
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