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The Ben Kissel Show
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Each week on The Ben Kissel Show, Ben discusses his life, talks about current events, yells at producer Mike Coscarelli and interviews guests. For more Ben Kissel podcasts, check out "The Last Podcast on the Left", "Abe Lincoln's Top Hat" and "The Roundtable of Gentlemen".
 
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The Roundtable of Gentlemen
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The Roundtable of Gentlemen is a weekly podcast that discusses in illuminating detail the events of our time. TRTG are Ed Larson, Kevin Barnett, Jackie Zebrowski, Holden McNeely, and Ben Kissel with newsman Marcus Parks. Tune in every week to hear what The Roundtable of Gentlemen are stinking on!
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
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From the award-winning opinion pages of The Wall Street Journal, Mary Kissel and guests examine world news and foreign affairs. Get the information you need to understand the changing world, and its impact on U.S. and national interests.
 
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Red Eye Podcast
Weekly
 
Each week the greatest minds of our generation come to together to discuss politics, economics, foreign policy and other important issues. You can listen to them somewhere else. On the Red Eye podcast, Tom Shillue, TV’s Andy Levy, Tim Dimond and Ben Kissel chat about pop culture, share personal stories, and most likely talk about tacos or other food related subjects.
 
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Red Eye Podcast
Weekly
 
Each week the greatest minds of our generation come to together to discuss politics, economics, foreign policy and other important issues. You can listen to them somewhere else. On the Red Eye podcast, Tom Shillue, TV’s Andy Levy, Tim Dimond and Ben Kissel chat about pop culture, share personal stories, and most likely talk about tacos or other food related subjects.
 
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Red Eye Podcast
Weekly
 
Each week the greatest minds of our generation come to together to discuss politics, economics, foreign policy and other important issues. You can listen to them somewhere else. On the Red Eye podcast, Tom Shillue, TV’s Andy Levy, Tim Dimond and Ben Kissel chat about pop culture, share personal stories, and most likely talk about tacos or other food related subjects.
 
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Mary Kissel and Sohrab Ahmari on Saudi Arabia's succession, Otto Warmbier's passing and a cabinet shuffle in Paris.
 
I’ve always wondered about the expression “famous for being famous.” It seems to denote someone or something with no intrinsic appeal but with a high level of self-replicating buzz or hype. I can think of examples of famous people and things that seemingly don’t deserve to be famous, but what has always puzzled me is how that buzz about nothing ...…
 
Topic of Discussion: What does it mean to be “human?” Natalia Reagan and comic co-host Patrick Melton welcome paleoanthropologist Marc Kissel to discuss our evolutionary journey and the study of wisdom, and try to uncover what it means to be human.Hosted by: Neil Degrasse Tyson Podcast Radio Network: Real Revolution Radio 2.0Network Link: http: ...…
 
Mary Kissel and Sohrab Ahmari on Trump's Cuba policy, airstrikes in Syria and Macron's new majority.
 
Because of my abiding interests in food, cooking, and unusual stories, I was excited to discover the books of Margaret Visser. Visser achieved literary fame for her books on the culture of eating: Much Depends on Dinner and The Rituals of Dinner. But the first book of hers I read was The Way We Are, a collection of short essays on all sorts of ...…
 
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on North Korea's hostages, losing in Afghanistan and Ramadan in Xinjiang.
 
There’s nothing like a good action film, especially if it involves martial arts. Explosions and chases are all well and good, but I like kung fu better. I’ll eagerly watch Jackie Chan, Chow Yun Fat, or even Keanu Reeves give the bad guys a whomping using no weapons other than physical skill and a sharp mind. In the real world, though, I find th ...…
 
What does it mean to be “human?” Natalia Reagan and comic co-host Patrick Melton welcome paleoanthropologist Marc Kissel to discuss our evolutionary journey and the study of wisdom, and try to uncover what it means to be human. Don’t miss an episode of StarTalk All-Stars. Subscribe on: SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/startalk_all-stars Apple ...…
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on Seoul's missile-defense delay and Manila's ISIS fight.
 
I’m not what you’d call a “fitness freak.” I’ve spent enough time in gyms to know how the machines work and experience the sensation of building up a sweat, and I like to do t’ai chi. I also live on a San Francisco hill, so I get an aerobic jolt just walking home from the subway. But working out for its own sake is not really my idea of a good ...…
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Joseph Sternberg on Britain's election results and Theresa May, the 'Wobbly Lady.'
 
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Interesting Thing of the Day
 
I love Friday mornings. It used to be that I looked forward to Fridays simply because they were the last work day of the week. Then I began working for an employer with the wonderful tradition of providing free bagels and cream cheese for the entire company every Friday morning. They were good bagels, too. Not only was this a great incentive to ...…
 
Episode 131 will give you the heebeegeebees. Dylan Kissel returns and proves why he is the most prolific guest in Couch Talk history. We start things off with a discussion about his new business, EAD (Everyday Applied Defense) and get into how he became a certified instructor on concealed carry and gun safety. From there Dylan talks why he does ...…
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Mark Dubowitz on terror in Iran and Qatar's double-dealing.
 
As the co-host of the immensely popular true-crime podcast Last Podcast on the Left, Ben Kissel regularly delves into the minds of serial killers and other moral monsters. And as the co-host of the political podcast Abe Lincoln's Top Hat, he susses out all sorts of issues about ideology, policy, and the status quo.But it's his latest gig that j ...…
 
In September, 1848, the Rutland & Burlington Railroad was expanding its line across Vermont. In order to keep the tracks as straight as possible, construction workers first had to remove a great deal of stone. The foreman of one group of men undertaking this difficult task was Phineas P. Gage. Twenty-five-year-old Gage was intelligent, kind, an ...…
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Sohrab Ahmari on the London Bridge terror attack.
 
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Interesting Thing of the Day
 
It’s all about dedication. In the course of my research for Interesting Thing of the Day, I have sometimes gone to great lengths to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the articles I write. If that means drinking absinthe or eating doughnuts or trudging through Paris museums, well, these are the sacrifices a responsible journalist must make ...…
 
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Many years ago I read an article in which the author jokingly referred to something called the “International Stop Continental Drift Society.” Believe it or not, ISCDS was an actual organization in the early 1980s that produced a tongue-in-cheek newsletter for geologists. If it were still around, I’d join in a second: stopping continental drift ...…
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Mary Anastasia O'Grady on Brazil's corrupt political class and Venezuela's Wall Street backers.
 
Comedian Ben Kissel joins Ethan to talk about Kathy Griffin's bleeding Trump head pics that have caused enough controversy to get her fired from her CNN gig and had her issuing a public apology. Ben Kissel has an interesting take on artists rights to express their dislike for government, and how there was no public outcry like there is from the ...…
 
Mary Kissel and Sohrab Ahmari on Merkel's climate lament, Macron's Gaullist turn and May's shrinking lead.
 
The restaurants of America—especially those of the fast-food variety—have come under attack for, among other things, making portion sizes much too large. This, nutritionists say, is one of the main causes of obesity. But I think the biggest problem with large portions is that they make it that much harder for patrons to leave room for dessert. ...…
 
“Real Success” Investing Your Life - Part 3 Vann Kissell May 7, 2017 Mark 10:35 - 45 Real success involves __________________ yourself for the ________________________. 1. Because Christ ________________________. Mark 10:45 “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” 2. Because you ...…
 
“THE BEST INVESTMENT OF YOUR LIFE” Investing Your Life - Part 2 Vann Kissell April 30, 2017 Invest - devote (one’s time, effort, or energy) to a particular undertaking with the expectation of a worthwhile result. Philippians 3:7-11 John 17:3 “And this is eternal life, that they may know You, the one true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent ...…
 
“WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES THE RESURRECTION MAKE?” Easter Sunday Vann Kissell April 16, 2017 2 Corinthians 5:1-10 1. YOUR PHYSICAL BODY IS LIKE A ______________. (vs 1a) ____ _______________________ ___ ____ ____________________ 2. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU _____________? Step One: ____________________ 2 Timothy 4:6 “ The time of my departure is at hand ...…
 
In the early 1990s, magazine articles and television shows in Great Britain and the United States ran a series of stories about an incredible new invention: a type of plastic that could withstand virtually any amount of heat. The material’s properties confounded scientists, but even more amazing was that its creator, Maurice Ward, had no academ ...…
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall on ISIS's Philippine incarnation, North Korea's missile menace and China's debt distress.
 
this week me and louise (Julia WD Harrison) and agent 47 (Alex) and i listened to Last Podcast on the Left episode 247 featuring Ben Kissel, Henry Zebrowski, and Marcus Parks. Julia WD Harrison is a cool person you should be following on twitter. her handle is very easy to remember so you will have no problems finding her. it is @JuliaWDHarriso ...…
 
In Episode 7, Cristen speaks with Zawn Villines, lead organizer of the community effort to push back on Dekalb Medical's policies involving childbirth options and rights and their decision to push out a midwifery practice and doctor known for respecting patient decisions. Katie Kissel, a local mother, shares her surprise at discovering that the ...…
 
Cherry pie has always been one of my favorite desserts, and this preference was only reinforced by my repeated viewings of the TV series Twin Peaks. A few years ago I had the pleasure of meeting Pat Cokewell, erstwhile owner of the Mar T Cafe (now called Twede’s) in North Bend, Washington. The Mar T achieved fame as the “RR Diner” on Twin Peaks ...…
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Theodore Dalrymple on the Manchester suicide bombing and the minds of terrorists.
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Sohrab Ahmari on Trump's first foreign trip and Iran's rigged election.
 
The acoustics in my apartment are lousy. I have too many work deadlines. The dollar-to-euro exchange rate is depressing. It always rains when I want to go for a walk. It’s not hard to come up with things to complain about, but who wants to listen to someone else complain? The surprising answer: just about everyone, as long as the complaints are ...…
 
For decades there has been a popular belief—alternately debunked and defended by various linguists and anthropologists—that there are a great many Eskimo words for snow. More specifically, the belief is that while there are lots of specific words for different kinds of snow, there is no word that can be used to refer to any type of snow generic ...…
 
Ben Kissel takes on the latest from DC with Ethan with a twist of humor, comedy + tragedy are bedfellows! Ethan and Ben talk why "impeachment" is being thrown around for real now, the Comey controversy, why we might be seeing the last of Melissa McCarthy as Spicer and where we go from here with what seems to min to min revolving door of madness ...…
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Joseph Sternberg on Trump's Russia maelstrom, Germany's free-market surprise and the Lib-Dems' identity crisis.
 
Mary Kissel and Joseph Sternberg on arming the Kurds, Britain's throwback socialists and U.S.-China trade 'progress.'
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Hugo Restall discuss South Korea's left turn, a troubling trial in Jakarta, and big spenders in Canberra.
 
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WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
 
Mary Kissel and Sohrab Ahmari discuss the French election results, Macron's mandate and Le Pen's leftism.
 
Episode 119 is a response to episode 107. Dean Nimock (Co-Host of The Relatables podcast) texted Dylan Kissel (photoshop extraordinaire & Meme King) and I, to tell us we were both wrong in regards to whether or not the 10 Commandments were inherent human moral constructs. But as podcasts usually go, we went all over the place until Dylan and I ...…
 
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The Tech Night Owl LIVE — Tech Radio with a Twist!
 
We feature Adam Engst, of TidBITS. He'll talk about the recent sale of Take Control Books to prolific author Joe Kissell. What does Adam and his wife Tanya do for an encore? He'll also talk about Apple's March 2017 quarterly sales, particularly the results of the iPhone and the Mac. You'll also hear comparisons with Microsoft's Surface, and the ...…
 
We have big news! It is with great pleasure that Tonya and I want to tell you that, after nearly 14 years of publishing, we’re selling Take Control Books — lock, stock, and bit barrel — to Joe Kissell and his wife, Morgen Jahnke. (According to the lawyers and accountants, what’s actually happening is that TidBITS Publishing is selling the Take ...…
 
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