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Subway Sagas
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A podcast about a couple o' 30-somethin's living it up in NY, and their adventures on the subway. Subway Sagas explores the crazy nuances of living in a giant city and highlights the silliness of everyday encounters. Usually there will be a random transit topic deep dive, and occasionally guests will come and share their anecdotes as well. Episodes will be released EVERY week (prolly) and will be around 30 mins a piece, perfect for your subway commute!For more fun, follow us @subwaysagaspodc ...
 
Podcast by Transfer Bollocks
 
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Mindset Sagas
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What is the Mindset Sagas podcast?Its a podcast about discovering and discussing the past, present, and possible futures on a diverse range of topics. How did we get to where we are today? What is the reality we live in now? What could happen down the road?
 
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Nick D is back to discuss the devil's work (aka MTA long-term station closures) with Sharon and Sean. The trio vents about stations they use on a daily basis closing for months for seemingly meaningless "enhancements" and how they plan to cope. Also, Sharon encounters an MTA celebrity in an unexpected location.…
 
Sharon's End of the Line (EotL) Adventures returns! Sharon makes a beeline for the B line for a mysterious adventure to Brighton Beach and an enriching trip to the Edgar Allan Poe house. Also, Sharon and Sean get into a contentious conversation about mangoes.
 
Sean goes on a tirade about all his incremental annoyances with the MTA, much to Sharon's chagrin. Hear about distresses with vending machines, summer service, and premature door closures. Also, Sharon has an encounter with Michael Bolton.
 
Sean and Sharon discuss love on the rails. They recount tales of missed connections underground and debate whether they'd consider dating anyone they met on the subway.Also, Sharon buys a pair of novelty shoes.
 
Sean & Sharon welcome Victoria (@vicamarbar) from Eindhoven (and Seville, and Paris, and like all of Europe) on to talk about her experiences with the MTA vs. the EU metros. Enjoy a very poor impression of Barbara from Shark Tank. Also, Sean breaks his pants at work and is dependent on the MTA for a quick change.…
 
Subway Sagas reaches a major milestone - double digits!! (Sorry for the spotty audio quality in this episode- we're not sure what happened but will fix moving forward!) In the 10th episode, Sharon and Sean discuss the MetroCard and its many foibles and nuances. Several loosely related tangents ensue. Also, Sean takes the ferry.…
 
Nick D joins the party and the conversation turns political 😮. The trio discusses the fundamentals of American democracy, as well as their personal irrational subway fears. Also, Sean learns how to Google things.
 
It's the moment you've all been waiting for - Michael J. Ishii joins Sharon and Sean as Subway Sagas' first special guest! The trio compares the vast NYC subway network to Los Angeles' nascent metro rail system. Also, Ishii imparts invaluable travel tips.
 
Sharon presents the first podcast foray in to her "End of the Line Adventures", a trip to New Lots Avenue (terminus of the 3/4). More serious than usual, enjoy the heartwarming tale of exploring uncharted neighborhoods and experiencing their cultural cuisines. Also, Sean encounters multiple subway altercations leading to middle school Sharon's ...…
 
Sean and Sharon recount harrowing subway experiences that only seem to occur when out of town guests are visiting. Hear tales of how the subway turns into a little house of horrors any time suburban visitors are within a 500-foot radius. As a bonus, learn what Sean keeps in his decorative bowl. Also, Sharon tries to get to Astoria on a weekend.…
 
Sean and Sharon explore the pains of the subway's weekend service in semi-listicle format! Relive the most annoying portion of your weekend while you enjoy your morning commute. Also, Sean tries to get a pedicure.
 
In a continuation of their observations of subway advertisements, Sean and Sharon tackle the magnum opus of the MTA promotions: "If you see something, say something." Enter a heartwarming tale of vigilantism, friendship, and New York's favorite local celebrity. Also, someone uses a "Help Point" in the Bleecker Street Station.…
 
Fresh off their trips to Savannah and Palm Springs, Sharon and Sean reconnect to discuss their beloved MTA. This episode scratches the surface of the amazing and varied advertisements scene in the subway. Also, find out about Sharon's questionable music choices and Sean's lack of understanding of well-known startups.…
 
Our first full episode! Sean and Sharon take you through their top (of mind, at least) 5 annoyances on the subway. This episode contains a lot of product placements, especially around Astoria's magnificent Chip cookies. Also, Sean gets a haircut.
 
Welcome to Subway Sagas! An intro to Sean, Sharon, the podcast, and one crazy New York King's Cake adventure.
 
This week we debunk the rumors surrounding Kylian Mbappe, Alexis Sanchez and Paulinho. We also build a team of the week with free transfers from this season's window.
 
Athletic competition is something many of us are passionate about. Certainly we see countless examples of this throughout recorded history, and doubtless has been with us long before that. Perhaps nothing is as iconic as the concept of the Olympic games originally held at the foot of Mt. Olympus in Greece. Why do the games have such a hold on u ...…
 
Why are kids often so happy when school is cancelled due to inclement weather? Is there some instinct that makes play time a prefered option? Today we explore education from the eyes of the ancients to see how they viewed school so long ago. More specifically Ancient Egypt. What similarities and differences might there have been in the percepti ...…
 
How are games useful in education and training? Games often exist in order to teach certain skills. We take a look at some successful games through the lens of history. Afterwards, we are joined in an interview by our guest David Chapman. A long time teacher and JALT presenter who explains to us the modern concept of Gamification.…
 
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