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Cameron is a second-generation parrot head. Joe has a savant-like memory for everything except Jimmy Buffett lyrics. Together they are taking an album-by-album journey through the complete Buffett catalog. “Podcasting in Paradise” gives you the whole Buffett and nothing but the Buffett, with occasional discussions about crustaceans.
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A podcast about Jimmy Buffett, parrot heads, trop rock, and all things escapism adjacent. Intro song credit: Kelly McGuire http://www.redfishisland.com/home.html Logo credit: Cameron Hood at http://www.lovelylinedesign.com/
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Innovators. Trail Blazers. Boundary Breakers. These are the people you will meet on the Breaking Boundaries podcast. This podcast series from Northwestern University's Roberta Buffett Institute for Global Affairs, illuminates how leaders and experts across sectors, national borders and cultural identities are joining forces to tackle our greatest global challenges and achieve United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
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If you want to live on the beach like Jimmy Buffett, you've got to learn how to invest like Warren Buffett. We have the tools to help you build your own portfolio, through the use of daily market letters, a weekly stock analysis video and a unique computer program, that will not only outperform the S&P 500 index, but will also outperform 96% of professional money managers over the long run.
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Northwestern Buffett Institute for Global Affairs

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Listen in to all of the events hosted by Northwestern University's Buffett Institute for Global Affairs. We believe that relationships – among individuals and institutions, globally and locally – can fuel knowledge and develop solutions to global challenges. The views and opinions expressed within our podcast episodes are those of the interviewees and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs.
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Hank and Adam are Parrotheads - but instead of "Over 40 Victims of Fate," they're under 40. Hank and Adam will explore all things Jimmy Buffett, including the perspective of being "younger" Parrotheads. Under 40 Victims of Fate will explore Jimmy's albums, books, shows, ventures, and have fellow Parrothead guests. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/under40victimsoffate/support
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What I learned when the SEC Securities and Exchange Commission asked me to be their Whistleblower that everyone knows at least 1 someone who admits they are scammed by an Investment Advisor who calls themselves a "broker." There is no such thing as a "broker", DOCUMENTED. Can these crimes have been stopped? Absolutely, moreso would have sent the scammer to cops, courts & jails had they been told. But no one told. I tell you why, how, what I learned that I share to make things better for the ...
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The season of the podcast focused on the role of technology in global affairs. In this episode, Professor Jacqueline Stevens, Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University and Founding Faculty Director of the Deportation Research Clinic at the Northwestern Buffett Institute for Global Affairs shares her expertise on the use of big data …
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Democracies around the world are grappling with the best uses of artificial intelligence (AI), the ethical and legal challenges it can pose as well as the benefits it can bring to citizens. In this episode, Catherine Régis, expert in AI governance and regulation talks about the importance of involving experts and citizens to address AI's ethical ch…
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As more consumer-focused companies harness the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, research on human-machine interactions is becoming increasingly important. In this episode, Venus Jin, PhD, Director of the Communication Program at Northwestern in Qatar, talks with Annelise Riles about her research in this area and examines …
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As the 24th President of France, François Hollande was leading the country at the launch of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals—calling them one of the UN’s “most decisive steps toward ensuring the collective well-being of people and the planet.” In this episode, Hollande reflects on progress towards the goals and addresses the ne…
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Health and environmental risks surrounding disasters at nuclear power plants have become all the more urgent over the past year as Russia’s war in Ukraine persists and the threat of nuclear disaster looms at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Station in southeastern Ukraine. In this episode, radiation expert Gayle Woloschak, PhD, share…
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This season on the podcast, we are exploring the intersections between emerging technology, global affairs and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In this episode, Annelise Riles dives into a topic she is personally passionate about: the power of multilingual engagement. Multilingualism has been identified as key to achieving the 17 U…
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After a long hiatus, Joe and Cameron discuss JB's recent passing with Papa Parrothead himself, sharing their most Buffett songs in memorial. Then they dive deep into the country ensemble classic, License to Chill. All music property of Jimmy Buffett unless otherwise explicitly stated. Listen along to the playlist created on this episode here: https…
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In this episode, Annelise Riles talks Beatrice Fihn, the Former Executive Director of ICAN - the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. Under her leadership, ICAN was awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize and played a key role in the adoption of the landmark UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.…
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Many deepfakes are designed to spread disinformation or cause confusion and mistrust, and therefore are a threat to UN Sustainable Development Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions. How do we combat deepfakes, and can technology help us in any way to address this global challenge? Annelise Riles talks about this topic with V.S. Subrahmani…
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Dear Friends and Finterns, Pals and Parrothead Podcast-heads! Ryan and Patrick here to share the news that we're officially turning the page on our podcast journey and starting a new show within the Margaritaville family. It's called "License to Chill: The Margaritaville Podcast" and it's available now. This news also means that we'll be sunsetting…
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Combating climate change, and its impacts, is at the heart of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. More specifically, public education is key to addressing UNSDG number 13, which is climate action. In this episode, Spencer Glendon PhD. talks about his efforts to create a public utility for climate change through his nonprofit climate l…
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In our first official album review video, we're diving into the tropical world of Jimmy Buffett's "Fruitcakes" album. Aside from being a fan favorite, it's also a favorite of ours. Join us as we review this classic record, track by track, and share our thoughts on the music, lyrics, and overall vibe of this iconic album. Check out our new website h…
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The impact of Russia’s war in Ukraine is far-reaching with some scholars arguing that the conflict threatens progress on all of the UNSDGs, especially UNSDG 16: peace, justice and strong institutions. In this episode, international law expert Oona A. Hathaway, discusses legal recourse to prosecute Vladimir Putin and other top Russian leaders for th…
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Welcome to Season Two of the Under 40 Victims of Fate Podcast! "Visions of good times that brought so much pleasure, made {us} want to start {podcasting} again!" In this episode you'll hear: What REALLY happened with Back To The Island. Well, how WE feel about what happened. (Dan, are you listening to this episode?) Adam performing live a lullaby h…
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Three members of Northwestern University’s delegation to the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) reflect on their experiences at the event, which was held November 2022 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Niloufar Sarvian is a PhD candidate in Earth and planetary sciences at the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Regan Seckel…
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In this episode, two foreign career diplomats explain why facilitating communication and cooperation between their homelands and the communities of Chicago is essential, and the role of local diplomacy in addressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 17, which is partnership for the goals. The current Consulate General of the Republic …
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Former Ambassador Susan Jacobs spent much of her career in diplomacy focused on international children's issues, including a position as the United State’s first Special Advisor for International Children's Issues, helping to uphold The Hague Conventions on adoptions and abductions. In this episode, Jabobs joins Annelise Riles to talk about her car…
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Collaboration is a skill set that requires training and practice and it is an essential part of UNSDG 17, which focuses on partnerships between governments, the private sector and civil society. In this episode, guest Blythe McGarvie, shares expert advice on how to collaborate across global spaces and be a better global citizen. McGarvie is an expe…
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Racism is a human rights issue and eliminating racism is essential to UN Sustainable Development Goal 16: just, peaceful and inclusive societies and Sustainable Development Goal 10: Reducing inequalities. But what is done globally to combat this problem? Vilna Bashi, PhD, aims to blend her work as an artist and sociologist to explore answers to thi…
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This episode focuses on United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16: peace, justice and strong institutions and the role data and information can play in helping developing countries achieve sustainable development. Jean-Louis Sarbib has built a career working across boundaries of public and private international organizations and national gover…
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The world – and human species – will reach a new milestone. Scientists estimate that the global population will cross the 8 billion mark on November 15th, 2022, ushering in a new age of potential challenges for countries across the globe. What does this population growth mean for achieving the United Nations sustainable development goals? To discus…
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Combating climate change was at the forefront of the historic U.S.-Pacific Island Country Summit, which was recently held in Washington. It resulted in an important new declaration signed by leaders of 14 Pacific Island countries and the United States. Steven McGann, former U.S. ambassador to Fiji, Nauru, Kiribati, Tonga and Tuvalu, joins Annelise …
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Education is a basic human right and the foundation for peace and sustainable development according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). UNSECO recently released the Futures of Education report: "Reimagining our futures together: a new social contract for education." Noah Sobe, PhD, worked on the creatio…
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In this episode of Podcasting in Paradise, Joe and Cameron discuss the Jimmy Buffett mid-90s classic, Barometer Soup. Plus, they present concepts for a Jimmy Buffett-themed amusement park, a new Starbucks menu item and a special Podcasting in Paradise edition of the Margaritaville Frozen Concoction Maker (TM! TM! TM!).…
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WAS IT COLONEL THOMAS PARKER OR WAS IT ANDREAS WHO MADE ELVIS IN TO THE KING OF ROCK N' ROLL. ASK THE CIA OR FBI WHO HELD EXTENSIVE FILES ON ELVIS PRESLEY MANAGED BY A MYSTERIOUS MAN WITH NO REAL PAST.... CRIMINAL THAT IS BUT IN THESE DAYS & TIMES "COLD CASE" COPS HAVE SOME CATCH UP TO DO.....
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Building scientific capacity is essential to strong institutions and supporting problem-solving and innovation, especially in the Global South. Romain Murenzi, PhD, Executive Director of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) joins Annelise Riles to talk about United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16, peace, justice and strong institutions, and…
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HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF BUT MOST OFTEN PEOPLE HAVE MOVED ON, DIED, ARE DISTRACTED ELSEWHERE WITH LIFE DAY TO DAY THAT MATTERS BUT, RUMORS ASIDE, THE WORLD WE ARE LIVING TODAY WE HAVE LIVED BEFORE, NOT US, PER SAY, BUT OUR GRANDPARENTS & HEROES STILL HANGING AROUND MIRACULOUSLY AFTER WARS THEY FOUGHT, WE WON OR DID WE? THERE IS MORE TO THE STORY & TH…
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In their much anticipated return, Hank Harawood and Adam Capps sit down with the legendary songwriter Will Kimbrough. Will has spent a lifetime writing songs and performing them, and became a respected recording artist, producer and musician along the way. He has written songs with and for names like Jimmy Buffett, Todd Snider, and Jack Ingram. In …
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Our world today is challenging. Sometimes though we look at other's accomplishments, achievements, envying their successes without knowing their challenges, their realities which often we would or could never imagine. Imagine that..... we see people where they are, not where they have been. This is one such story to look at, to imagine if this pers…
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Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine is no longer a short-term event and its impact is going to shape global affairs for a long time to come, according to Fiona Hill, a leading expert on Russia and Vladimir Putin’s regime. In this episode, Hill shares insight on Putin’s actions, what could happen next, and how the war may impact our world for decades to…
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Solving the world's most complex problems, such as those the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals aim to tackle, requires new ways of thinking. In this episode, Julio M. Ottino, Dean of the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Northwestern University, discusses his new book “The Nexus,” which is a call to “augmenting” our…
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Tuesday, May 24th, the world did not change. The world stayed the same as it has been in recorded history of school shootings. Yet again, an 18 year old animal abuser, loner, goth in type, told a pretty girl on social media that he had a secret. Along with the world, the girl learned he slaughtered 19 children and 2 teachers at the Uvalde Texas Rob…
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Today’s guest is working towards UN Sustainable Development Goal 16: peace, justice and strong institutions. Alison E. Dilworth is a Foreign Service Officer with more than 20 years of experience, serving in countries such as Paraguay, Israel, Egypt, Poland and the United Arab Emirates. She is currently the Director of the Office of Children’s Issue…
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Phineas Taylor Barnum better known as PT Barnum is as far back as one can go in modern history to understand scammers abound for centuries with what is common are the people being fooled then by PT Barnum or today as the Tinder Swindler.....
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Good cybersecurity is critical to protecting people's rights to privacy and also the security of our economic markets. The companies behind popular digital platforms are critical players in this effort that is central to United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16, which is peace, justice and strong institutions. Roland Cloutier is the global ch…
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NYC Mayor, in hiding, Eric Adams, thumped his chest proclaiming "We Got Him" right before the Feds stepped in taking territory of subway shooter Frank James Whitaker. His name is Frank James Whitaker not Frank James making one wonder what we are being led to look away from. For one, the Law the Supreme Court opined on... a kumbaya, collaborative La…
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One does not pick what my eyes see and wont stop seeing. That is the way of being a whistleblower. Eyes wide open we can never unsee what we see. The pandemic didnt open my eyes. The pandemic made me accept what I saw all the years of my covering news in Washington DC. Like Tony Fauci. Bill Gates. The Elites..... and a 100+ year long agenda hatched…
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Erica Sunshine Lee joins me again to talk about her new album, music video, and tour! Despite some technical difficulties I still wanted to share this episode with you all because I feel like we had such a great conversation. Not just about what Erica is up to these days, but also about following your passion and how to support the causes that insp…
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Marwan M. Kraidy is a scholar of global communication, a leading authority on Arab media, and the CEO and Dean of Northwestern University in Qatar. One of his first major initiatives as Dean was the creation of the Institute for Advanced Study in the Global South. The Institute will produce and promote evidence-based storytelling focused on the his…
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Maria Hadden brings a global point of view to her position on the Chicago City Council as the alderwoman of the 49th Ward. Since being elected in May 2019, she has pushed forward issues of local, national and international importance, such as recognizing Juneteenth as a city holiday, exploring reparations to Black people and supporting a treaty out…
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On this episode of Breaking Boundaries we welcome Juliet Sorensen, a Clinical Professor of Law at Northwestern’s Pritzker School of Law and the director and founder of the Northwestern Access to Health Project. Sorenson is an international human rights champion whose work is changing the lives of women and girls around the world. Gender justice is …
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