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In this informal bi-weekly podcast, we'll talk about a range of ideas found in South Asian philosophy, along with their connections to the modern day. Your host is a philosopher who reads Sanskrit texts and thinks about how the modern and premodern are intertwined. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/malcolm-keating/support
 
Welcome to Drugs & Stuff. We're a podcast about drugs, harm reduction, mass criminalization, the drug war, and other stuff from the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) – the nation's leading organization working to end the war on drugs. We bring in a wide variety of experts – from scientists to activists, writers to teachers – to hear about how drugs and drug policy play a role in their work and lives. We also offer a peek behind the scenes as we feature DPA staff talking about the work they do. Foll ...
 
Yet another true crime podcast with Jennifer Sandwich, Acadia Einstein and Mells Bells telling stories about murder, lady killers, abnormal psychology, cannibals and weird stuff. We have killer karaoke, too! If that's something you're into, then put your headphones on and hop in our nondescript, windowless van and come see the puppies!
 
Relating the sports world to the real world, looking at issues beyond the commentary of the game. Looking at sports in our culture today, why it is becoming a huge platform for change.Enjoying ourselves, debating and discussing fun topics. This only works with your feedback so get involved, don’t be shy! Subscribe, like and comment!!
 
An army of possessed knights; a great curse that threatens to destroy all of humanity; a cleric, who worships the mustache god? Join Evelyn Riales and friends on a new and exciting tabletop RPG podcast, featuring a rotating cast of characters going on some silly little adventures together. It's like a cozy bedtime story, except with gratuitous amounts of death and destruction. Sit the kids down by the fire and enjoy some high fantasy and high jinks.
 
Hi, Amy Harwood here! I'm an Illustrator and Blogger, and each episode I chat with a mate about, well, art and stuff. From paintings to books, films to music, TV shows to pop culture, we dig deep into what inspired us growing up and how art and stuff made us who we are today!
 
Put on your tinfoil hat and join hosts Robert Lopez (Movies and Stuff with Rob and Jay podcast) and Gabriel Mendez for a hard look at real-world conspiracy theories and the deeper stories behind them. Every episode looks at different conspiracies and the evidence (and "evidence") behind the various theories surrounding them. Buckle up and settle in for Conspiracies and Stuff.
 
Movies & Stuff with Rob and Jay is your go-to podcast to hear Robert and Jason's unfiltered, totally biased opinions about movies, television, books, music, and more. We review, dissect, and discuss our favorite bits of popular media for you to enjoy. The first podcast ever created solely to entertain two guys' friends. If you are not, in fact, friends with Robert and Jason then give our show a listen anyway. We might be your friends soon enough.
 
Hailing from our YouTube channel, the Nerds and Stuff RPG Podcast is hosted by Martin Baker with Daniel Peterson and Sterling Chandler. We are dedicated to creating quality RPG storytelling content. We pride ourselves in teaching most every game and running a strong story or character driven narrative complimented often with ridiculous humor. We use rules as a foundation and then quickly do what's best for the story in our content. If you're looking for amazing adventures with sharp humor th ...
 
Cam and Brian are just of couple of guys talking sports and other things. We do a weekly show where we discuss sports headlines, homer picks including all things Bulls, Buccaneers, Seminoles and Jaguars, as well as touching on all the major sports news from around the country. Other things we might delve into include Marvel Movies, Star Wars, and Battlebots!
 
Segala obrolan soal kehidupan pribadiku sebagai tunanetra baik dari sisi percintaan, pendidikan, tekhnologi and stuff. Episode baru akan muncul officialy hari Jum'at! Tapi bisa jadi episode baru juga muncul tiap hari lho. Random aja deh lol. Please check out podcast berbahasa Inggrisku di Blind Storm. Yang mau kontak aku, please send e-mail ke taufantipraka@gmail.com Instagram: eka_taufanty YouTube channel: Eka Pratiwi Taufanti
 
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Binge-watching. You sit down, popcorn and soda at the ready, and before you know it, three hours have gone by and Netflix pops up with a message: “Are you still watching?” While binge-watching is a fairly new English phrase (attested by the OED back to 1998 in verb form) in the sense of “overindulgence,” binging goes back to the 19th century, assoc…
 
Jack teaches Reid about scrambled days and recounts a trip into Manhattan that scrambled his brain. They are joined by the brilliant Daniel Applebaum for a conversation about the life of a Capricorn in and around the New York City Ballet. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.DANCEANDSTUFF.COM --- Thi…
 
When the Drug Policy Alliance publicly released our harm reduction-based drug education curriculum Safety First in October, the world was a different place. In the months since, it’s evolved into an even more crucial resource. We’ve had continuing conversations with students, parents and teachers; a collaboration with the mental health foundation M…
 
Back by popular demand, our friend Kevin Wilhelm (previously on episode #37) has written a fantastic book and he is here to share some of the main concepts! Click: Transform Your Business Through Digital Marketing Since starting his career at Yellow Media, Kevin Wilhelm has seen the evolution of digital marketing first hand since 2008. He assisted …
 
If you need some good info on starting a knife collection this is your episode. I also mention some info on Thrunite and Olight flashlights. Blog post associated with this episode: https://www.flashlightsandstuff.com/blog/things-to-consider-when-starting-a-knife-collection-podcast-notes-and-links Visit the website: flashlightsandstuff.com Brands me…
 
Audio of the Youtube version. Probably an easier listen as the mobile connection we were using for the zoom version had sync issues with the sound. Also about 5 minutes after we finished I read the news that 747 production is probably wrapping up. Missed it!! Oh well, next show I guessBrennan/Noakes による
 
We are joined by Reid’s forever friend and dance twin, Lindsay Clark who delivers a healthy dose of dance world wisdom while Jack and a Reid attempt to fill in the ever widening memory holes in the Swiss cheese of our shared experience. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.DANCEANDSTUFF.COM --- This …
 
Do you wish things were different right now? Is there some experience you used to have that you miss? Are you having unpleasant feelings? If so, you've got a lot in common with Buddhist practitioners and philosophers from the 4th century CE. In this episode, I speak with Bryce Huebner, Provost's Distinguished Associate Professor of Philosophy at Ge…
 
This week Jack and Reid discuss the cruelty of men in the last episode “My Brilliant Friend” and ponder whether or not Martha Graham made it to see “Cats” before she died. They are also joined by New York City Ballet soloist Megan Lecrone who shares her unbelievable journey to health and happiness. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING…
 
We’ve all been there: you’re watching TV or a movie, playing a video game or listening to some music, when drugs enter the storyline. This can go well -- and it can also go really badly. On this episode, we’re introducing a new series we call “Puff or Pass.” It examines how drugs and people who use drugs are portrayed in pop culture, for better or …
 
The queens reminisce on missed connections from high school; chat a little about dance and their desire for people to be smarter about, well, everything; and how Reid serves Casual and Jack serves Chaos. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.DANCEANDSTUFF.COM --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor:…
 
Immigrant detention centers are bleak places in the best of times, but during a pandemic they are absolutely dangerous. And yet U.S. immigration enforcement has carried on as COVID-19 continues to spread, exacerbating the stress and anxiety that people who are non-citizens and/or undocumented already feel when dealing with a system that is unforgiv…
 
Who should you listen to? Now, more than ever before, we have access to advice from a range of self-proclaimed experts. Anyone with a webcam and an Internet connection can dole out advice. But how do we tell if someone is trustworthy? In this episode, I test some so-called experts based on the requirements from Nyaya philosophers. Let's see who mak…
 
Dance and Stuff turns 150! The queens recap the final Making The Cut, Jack is unable to pronounce or remember anyone’s name, and Reid has made categories of past guest’s with pen and colored pencils. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.DANCEANDSTUFF.COM --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The…
 
On previous episodes, we’ve talked about the impact of COVID-19 in the context of public health and incarceration. But, as an organization, how has Drug Policy Alliance been affected? What about our work has changed, and what stays the same? I asked DPA’s Managing Director of Policy, Advocacy and Campaigns, Kassandra Frederique, to break it down fo…
 
Who should you listen to? Now, more than ever before, we have access to advice from a range of self-proclaimed experts. Anyone with a webcam and an Internet connection can dole out advice. But how do we tell if someone is trustworthy? In the next episode, I test some so-called experts based on the requirements from Nyaya philosophers, with a litle …
 
This week Jack reviews Martha Graham’s body of work and Reid has started watching videos of shoe repair. It’s also part 2 of our epic interview with Linda Murray of the Jerome Robbins Dance Division at the New York Library for the Performing arts. Contact the Jerome Robbins Division: dance@nypl.org Dance Research Fellowship at The Jerome Robbins Da…
 
New episode - this time we are trying something new. Everybody else is using Zoom and so are we. This episode is also on Youtube with me in on the ground in Roma and Paul in his studio in Auckland. Here is the link: https://youtu.be/77OfS6Dy5N0 In this episode we obviously and unfortunately discuss the effect that the COVID-19/Wuhan virus is having…
 
Of the first seven people who died of COVID-19 in federal prison, five of them were there for drug offenses. In this moment, the inhumanity and disastrous health consequences of our prisons and jails are clearer than ever. In this episode, DPA’s Managing Director of Policy Advocacy and Campaigns, Kassandra Frederique, sits down with CJ Ciaramella, …
 
In todays episode of the Flashlights and Stuff podcast I want to talk about a flashlight that isn’t the newest model to hit the shelves but is a tried and true flashlight that is very worthy of consideration today. If you are looking for a well built, dependable, 1000 lumens flashlight you’ll want to consider the Fenix TK16. Don't forget to follow …
 
Love, happiness, and disease. These are a few things that today we call "contagious." But how did thinkers in the Indian subcontinent, before the discovery of viruses, understand diseases and their treatment? This podcast is part two of a two-part interview with Patricia Sauthoff, an expert in the history of alchemy and medicine in India. Sources a…
 
Reid and Jack don't feeling like doing the podcast anymore. Fortunately they talk with the iconic Linda Murray (curator of the Jerome Robbins Dance Division of The New York Public Library of the Performing Arts) who inspires them to keep going. Its a two part moment because: ICON! Contact the Jerome Robbins Division: dance@nypl.org Dance Research F…
 
In this episode, recorded way back in early March, we tackle research on culture and development with two nationally known scholars, Dr. Jason Cowell and Dr. Sawa Senzaki. Plus, a couple of rapid research reviews on hand-washing.UW-Green Bay Psychology Department による
 
In her previous work as a civil rights attorney during the HIV/AIDS epidemic, DPA Senior Staff Attorney Mary Sylla saw firsthand the lack of adequate healthcare available to people who are incarcerated. To better understand how to solve the problem, she went back to school for a Masters in Public Health. On today’s episode, Mary talks about the cur…
 
Transcript:In this episode of Flashlights and Stuff I’m going to try and answer some common questions that get asked all of the time. Why does one flashlight appear brighter than another, yet they both have the same lumens rating? Do I need a flashlight rated at more than 1000 lumens? Why doesn’t a 4000 lumens flashlight appear 4 times as bright as…
 
The queens have given each other movie viewing assignments: for Jack, The Cutting Edge, and for Reid, Freeway. Speaking of the freeway, Reid as made some quarantine travel plans and also reads us a poem. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.DANCEANDSTUFF.COM --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor:…
 
Love, happiness, and disease. These are a few things that today we call "contagious." But how did thinkers in the Indian subcontinent, before the discovery of viruses, understand diseases and their treatment? This podcast is part one of a two-part interview with Patricia Sauthoff, an expert in the history of alchemy and medicine in India. Sources a…
 
This week, as quarantina rages on, the queens talk with the fierce India Bradley of New York City Ballet! DANCE AND STUFF LIVE. TUESDAYS @ 8PM EST on INSTAGRAM LIVE! MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.DANCEANDSTUFF.COM --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. ht…
 
I want to hear from you. Send me a voice message through Anchor or email me at sutrasandstuff@gmail.com and I might use your messages on an upcoming episode. Be well, everyone. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/malcolm-keating/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/malcolm-keating/support…
 
If you’re going to recline your seat on an airplane, you should do it gently. And if you’re going to kill your enemy with the shyena ritual, you should build a brick altar. But should we do either of these things? Mimamsa and the logic of troubling commands. Sources and Links BBC clip from “Corona Virus: What is social distancing?” Kei Kataoka (201…
 
The queens dig deep in a wide ranging conversation with choreographer Moriah Evans about ballet training, movement research, and surviving a pandemic. TANZKONGRESS MOVEMENT RESEARCH JOURNAL GHOSTLY MATTERS by AVERY F. GORDON THE BODY IN PAIN by ELAINE SCARRY DEAD TIME by ELISSA MARDER BAD ENVIRONMENTALISM by NICOLE SEYMOUR MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEAN…
 
Today we have s small cast with just Kyle and Brody who take their time to rank their 5 most favorite sporting events in a snake like draft. They debate what is more important it being the actually sport, the audience, the historic meaning, and other things that go deeper than the scoreboard. Hopefully y'all enjoy and please let us know who had the…
 
In this episode of Flashlights and Stuff I talk about the type of blog post I hate the most. It’s the “Best Tactical Flashlight” post. Reading them is a waste of time. And I’ll reveal what the best tactical flashlight is. So… let’s get started… in 3,2,1. First, I want to be completely transparent. I’ve had tactical flashlight blogs. My first blog w…
 
What does an ancient Sanskrit text have to tell us about reasoning about the coronavirus and debating with people about its treatment? Caraka’s Compendium, a medical treatise, gives some guidelines for when to bother debating with people, and whom we should trust with our health.Sources & linksOnline Searchable Caraka SamhitaTranslation of Caraka S…
 
Your research journalists continue their coverage of this “rather dramatic” time. From ground zero of the pandemic in Italy to Israel, Interlochen, Hawaii, California, and Germany. There are tears. There are laughs. And a plea for our society to pull it together. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.…
 
Reid and Jack are your “research journalists” researching how Covid19 is impacting dancers internationally. Part One finds the queens racing between Australia, Texas, Denmark, LA, London, Monte Carlo, and San Francisco. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.DANCEANDSTUFF.COM --- This episode is sponso…
 
Hey guys! Corona virus belakangan ini udah jadi isu populer di seluruh dunia ya gak terkecuali di Adelaide, Australia Selatan. So, di episode kali ini, aku share pegnalamanku di Adelaide sini kaitannya tentang corona. Gimana sih dampak corona terhadap perkuliahanku and stuff. Anyways, yang mau check out youtube channel aku bisa cari “Eka Pratiwi Ta…
 
Taylor Swift does it, and so does Kalidasa. How does figurative speech work and why do we enjoy it so much? In this episode, I talk about how figurative language from Sanskrit poetry to William Shakespeare to Taylor Swift. Sources and Links Taylor Swift, “The Man” music video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqAJLh9wuZ0 Yigal Bronner, Extreme Poetry…
 
A pandemic and economic death spiral. Also, Reid is also staying with dear friends Garrett Anderson and Courtney Wright Anderson and getting a crash course in high octane parenting. MORE: YOUTUBE.COM/DANCEANDSTUFF SUPPORT THE MAKING OF DANCE AND STUFF via PATREON WWW.DANCEANDSTUFF.COM --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to ma…
 
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