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A Paleo Nerd is a grown-up who still has the child-like wonder and love for dinosaurs, fossils, science, and paleontology. Paleo Nerds follows Alaskan artist, Ray Troll, and his friend ventriloquist David Strassman, as they host exciting interviews with paleontologists, scientists and fellow paleo nerds from around the world. They take what would’ve been a boring science class and turn it into an exciting party.
 
MAN BUNS? BLACK MACARONI CHEESE ? 100 layers? Hear about the trends trolling the internet with this weekly podcast, hosted by Tony Ridler. 10 minute podcasts, every Wednesday at 2pm NZT. Facebook: facebook.com/trendtroll Instagram: @trendtrollpodcast Snapchat: TrendTroll
 
Urban Nerd Weekly is a podcast dedicated to all things nerdy, strange, and specific. Each Friday host (Comedian/Writer) "$pay¢e" and co-host (Meme Troll/Writer)"Kitty", dives into the biggest news in science, art, entertainment, and pop culture. Be sure to subscribe so you can get each episode while its fresh. Comment so we can know what you guys wanna hear.
 
JETZT Ansehen |☛ { https://bit.ly/3eOmDmB }Link film |☛ { https://tinyurl.com/ss6frz4 }23. April 2020 als VoD / 1 Std. 31 Min. / Animation, Komödie, MusikVon Walt DohrnMit Lena Meyer-Landrut, Mark Forster, Anna KendrickProduktionsland USA
 
A fictional radio program that tells the story of two young employees of a fantasy supermarket called Troll Foods. The story follows the two girls, Milly and Florence, on their adventures together in store – whether it's dealing with spells going wrong, difficult customers or the ever elusive but very alarming store ‘management’. The focus is on the two girls’ friendship and the way they overcome problems (both physical and emotional) together, usually joined by some wacky side characters al ...
 
The award-winning fantasy-comedy! In Alba Salix, overworked, cynical witch Alba tends to the health of the King, Queen and citizens of the kingdom of Farloria, with the help of her obnoxious apprentice Magnus and an absent-minded fairy named Holly. The spinoff The Axe & Crown follows the misadventures of Gubbin the troll tavernkeeper, his clueless landlord Stan and his shady niece Betula. Support us here!
 
Youth And The Bright Medusa comprises eight short stories published in 1920. Four of them (The Sculptor’s Funeral; A Death In The Desert; A Wagner Matinee; Paul’s Case) are re-worked from an earlier collection, The Troll Garden, published in 1905. This Librivox recording contains in addition the three stories (Flavia And Her Artists; The Garden Lodge; The Marriage Of Phaedra) from that earlier work omitted in the later book. In other words, all the stories in both books are recorded here. (S ...
 
Not your grandmother's podcast, but she's welcomed to listen if she likes. It's cool.Live Friday Nights @ 7pm Central | Open Lines 📞Live Comedy Podcast. Open Phone Lines and A Lot Of Laughs!!!Need Relationship, Financial, Spiritual, or Mental Advice?Call The Trolls! Dr. Moore Offers Bad Advice Absolutely FREE!☎ (516) 418-5604http://www.WeAreTheTrolls.comhttp://www.Facebook.com/WeAreTheTrollsPodcast
 
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We talk to Graham Brookie of the Atlantic Council about Turning Point USA, a pro-Trump youth group that has been paying young conservatives to make false posts online claiming that mail-in ballots will lead to election fraud. Brookie says this kind of domestic misinformation is more dangerous than foreign because of its scale and scope. Also, a gro…
 
They say don’t meet your idols. But for this week’s episode I was lucky enough to do just that, and it was completely exhilarating. Bernardine Evaristo, the acclaimed author of one of my all-time favourite books, Girl, Woman, Other, joined me to chat about everything from her win of the 2019 Booker prize, to understanding her proximity to whiteness…
 
Trump tells a white nationalist group to “stand by” as he further tries to erode confidence in the November elections, this time from the presidential debate stage. Election officials are bracing for a wave of litigation and shenanigans when Americans head for the polls. And new information about Trump’s taxes reveal he’s massively in debt, adding …
 
Actor Jim Parsons joins us to discuss "The Boys in the Band," a new adaptation of Mart Crowley's play that drops on Netflix Wednesday. And, moderator Chris Wallace struggled to manage the chaotic debate between President Trump and Joe Biden Tuesday night. NPR's David Folkenflik discusses Wallace's performance and the challenges he faced moderating …
 
In Tuesday's debate, Trump prompted the Proud Boys, a far-right group, to "stand back and stand by." CNN's Elle Reeve explains who the group is and what they represent. As the economy reopens during the pandemic, what are the rights of the people who are working at restaurants, offices and places of entertainment? And what protections are employers…
 
A sponsorship guru for more than 20 years, Zak Brown landed his dream job in 2016 when he became executive director, and later CEO, of McLaren – the team he’d supported as an F1-mad kid in California. On this week’s show, Brown discusses how he’s guiding McLaren back to the front of the grid and why he made the moves he has in the driver market. He…
 
Google maps has a new feature - COVID19 maps. You can now filter onto your chosen area the current Covid-19 case rates. Launched in more than 200 countries the mapping feature could help people decide if they feel it is safe to travel to new areas – but as is often the case with new tech when it is launched it is not as informative as you may have …
 
Shafqat Khan is among the more than 200,000 people who have died from the coronavirus in the U.S. He was 76. His daughter, Sabila Khan, shares his story and her memories of him. And, we speak with author Karen Russell about her novella "Sleep Donation" about an insomnia pandemic. It's out in paperback on Tuesday.…
 
President Trump swept the senior vote in 2016, but Joe Biden is pulling many of those voters back to the Democratic party. We talk to three senior Floridians across the state and the political spectrum. Also, we speak with Lauren McGaughy of the Dallas Morning News about her year-long investigation looking into why some police officers still use hy…
 
Climate change could be a key issue for many younger voters this election. We discuss Joe Biden's climate plan with Aracely Jimenez-Hudis, deputy communications director for the Sunrise Movement. And, Howard University law professor Lenese Herbert joins us to discuss the grand jury decision in the police-involved killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisv…
 
We tend to trust our ears because we're so attuned to the voices of our family members and famous people. But experts say artificial intelligence allows computers to learn voices and reproduce them. We discuss with sound expert Dallas Taylor. Also, The New York Times reported Sunday that President Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes in 201…
 
Kentucky received $6 million from Congress through the Cares Act for election improvements. We speak with Jared Dearing, executive director of the Kentucky State Board of Elections. And, John Arquilla wrote a book that looks at the strategy and tactics used by the Allies and the Axis powers in World War II. He joins us to discuss how the Allies won…
 
Mark and Simon are joined by Ron Howard who talks about Rebuilding Paradise.Plus your essential streaming film reviews including Channing Godfrey Peoples’ drama Miss Juneteenth about a former beauty queen and single mother preparing her rebellious teenage daughter for the "Miss Juneteenth" pageant, Henry Golding as Kit, a British Vietnamese man, re…
 
After no officers in Louisville, Kentucky, were charged in the death of Breonna Taylor, many people are feeling pain, anger and uncertainty about where to go from here in the fight for justice for Black Americans. Author and historian Ibram X. Kendi joins us to discuss what's next for the movement. And, author Gillian Flynn talks about her new Amaz…
 
Across the country, Americans are remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a woman who dedicated her life to the fight for equality before the law. We talk with professor Jonathan Entin, who once a clerk for the Supreme Court justice. Also, Education Week reporter Andrew Ujifusa discusses Trump's call for patriotic education designed by the 1776 Commission…
 
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