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"Me Too" is a show about identity. It is about the experiences that make us who we are. Every episode, a monologue written anonymously by one student is performed by another. Host Sid Gopinath then dissects the monologue through a conversation with the student actor, a community member, or a member of the Me Too production team. The podcast captures the experience of connecting to a monologue after it is performed. It captures the weight of realizing “me too” when it comes to the experiences ...
 
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So You're A Trader. Me Too!

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So You're A Trader. Me Too!

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Welcome to the So You're A Trader. Me too! podcast! I hope you find my ramblings of trading the futures markets to be beneficial. You won't find a ton of technical or fundamental information here but what I do hope to provide is some of the things that I find are important to look at and think about as each trading day unfolds! Any opinions, news, research, analyses, prices, or other information contained on this podcast is provided as general market commentary, and does not constitute inves ...
 
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This week on Me Too, Duke University senior Allayne Thomas performs “Too” a monologue about black womanhood. After the performance, we are lucky enough to welcome Professor Adriane Lentz-Smith to the show to discuss the piece and what it means to be a black woman in America today.Please subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, and leave a review!You ca…
 
In this second episode, Duke University student CJ Cruz performs “Transfigured,” a monologue about complicated grief at Duke. After the performance, our host Jess sits down with CJ and Duke senior Liddy Grantland to analyze the monologue and discuss how the Duke community can work toward making space for grief.Please subscribe to this podcast on iT…
 
This week on Me Too, Duke University junior Kaylin Woodward performs "Peanut Butter," a monologue about disordered eating and body image on Duke's campus. After the performance, we are lucky to welcome Franca Alphin, nutritionist at Duke's student health services, to the show to discuss the piece and how students can promote healthy eating habits.P…
 
Welcome to the third season of Me Too! In this second episode, Duke University student Ila Kaul performs “Conversation x3,” a monologue about the assumptions others can place on individuals of differing backgrounds, and the struggle that places on that individual to explain their story. After the performance, our host Jess sits down with the origin…
 
In this episode we will take a look at what time of the day you might consider trading. We'll also take a look at a basic utility that is crucial to understanding the global market. What type of trader are you? What product(s) are you trading? The required website I use to help me: http://market24hclock.com Thanks to Anchor for making my episodes s…
 
Welcome to the third season of Me Too! In this first episode, Duke University student Multy Oliver performs “I am Duke,” a monologue about the struggle of balancing personal, human experiences with high-pressure expectations at Duke. After the performance, our host Naveen sits down with members of the Me Too Production Team, including Theatrical Di…
 
Find out NOW the true story of humphrey bogurt! You're not going to want to miss this! Oh, wait, humphrey bought isn't on the podcast don't think that. A famous and very old film critic and I talk about film and its many criticisms! Please listen to hear it for the first time!!!!Relate to Me Now Before it's Too Late による
 
Speak to any woman in India and she will have a story about public spaces. Public spaces are just not safe for women in India, even conceptually. How do we engage with them? What do they stop us from doing? What does the law do to help us? What can we do to make them safer without putting more rules on women? In this episode, Ameya explores all of …
 
We tend to think of workplaces as offices, places with desks and computers, but in fact, workplaces can be anywhere. They can be farms and factories, they can be our own homes, they can be places of worship, buses, trains and schools. To understand more about sexual harassment in workplaces in India and what to do about it, we speak to lawyer Mihir…
 
Home is where we are meant to be safest. Home is where women hide and are hidden when there is fear of violence in the world outside. But home is also where women face the worst violence the world over. In this episode, we speak to lawyer Amba Salelkar to understand the law in India around violence against women, and specifically domestic violence.…
 
Every year, UN Women runs a campaign called 16 days of activism. Its goal: to end all forms of violence against women in all spaces. It involves the coming together of actors from all parts of society and all over the world, because that's how big the problem is. To fully understand the extent to which women face violence and all the things it stop…
 
"Girl shut up & eat your food!"Truth behind women empowerment events!Can we talk about the truth behind “women empowerment” events & “movements”? We shall! Tune in TODAY to hear what @realjayelaine has to say about the women empowerment trend!SEASON 2 | Episode 2 🎙 Leave us a review!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psilovemetoo/support…
 
Express Audio, in collaboration with UN Women, brings you Hear Me Too, a podcast that explores the extent of violence against women in India, urban and rural, and the second and third level effects it has on our society and economy. Ameya Nagarajan speaks to activists, survivors, researchers and people from all walks of life to find out more about …
 
Dear block, We coming for you! Its time to buy back the block! Who really tripping, Ella Mai or Jacquees? Its a new season! Yall ready for more?The word of the week is INVEST!Follow us on IG @psilovemetoo (Don't forget to vote in the poll!)Support the show!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psilovemetoo/support…
 
Whew!We made it, Here is my 12th letter to you & now we're on to Season 2 of p.s. I love me, too!Its been a GREAT year. We have discussed a lil bit of everything and this is just the beginning.Eyes haven't seen, ears haven't herd all He has planned for me!Subscribe to my YouTube channel:www.youtube.com/channel/UCCBIiZD7…iew_as=subscriberSUPPORT OUR…
 
Dear youIt’s okay to say no! Recharge, recoup, refill!! Leave us a review then check us out on Instagram @psilovemetoo! We're two episodes away from Season 2 of P.s. I love me, too! YAY!Support P.s. I love me, too by leaving a review, share with friends, or donate!Follow the podcast on Instagram @psilovemetoo!--- Support this podcast: https://ancho…
 
Dear hustler,Run the race, stay your course, & wash your face!If it won't matter in 5 years don't spend longer than five minutes being mad about it!Leave us a review then check us out on Instagram @psilovemetoo!We're two episodes away from Season 2 of P.s. I love me, too! YAY!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psilovemetoo/support…
 
Dear hustla,Follow us on IG and vote in our love letter poll! Here is my spill on the difference between entrepreneurship and hustling and if I think its worth it. How'd you feel about this episode? Leave us a review!Come back next week to hear more from P.S. I love me, too!This episode was sponsored by @bizybossacademy where they enhance the lives…
 
Hi my name is Jay and I PLAYED MYSELF! Dear Azealia Banks & $20 girl, here's some love! Depression, pain, hurt, but I bossed up! Can you relate? Follow P.s I love me, too! on Instagram @psilovemetoo, vote in our love letter poll & leave your feedback Love, Jay!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psilovemetoo/support…
 
Dear 20 somethings,Guess who's back in the spotlight again, get your pen and paper we're writing love letters.Oh, and your girl about to be 21, its time for some self-reflection and how we are going to handle these 20 somethings! Time to create the life that YOU want to live.Dont forget to follow us on Instagram @psilovemetoo, and until next time!-…
 
Dear sis,It’s time to check your company sis!!Whats up with Future yall? Love letter or naw?Honorable mentions:@shesacreativepodcast RIP Kate Spade ♠️ | Suicide is so scary! If you’re hurting TALK TO SOMEONE PLEASE! Suicide hotline: 1-800-273-8255Follow us on IG @psilovemetooLike Us on Facebook @psilovemetoo--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
Dear Spirt, Im bout to start protecting you more with a lil tea & shade from the Red Table with Mrs. Gabrielle U. & Jada P. Smith. Oh, and Koereyelle with the "Can't boss up with BUMS", Oh & sis, keep your eye on your purpose? Okay? okay.P.S. Jay will be uploading EVERY tuesday YAY!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psilovemetoo/support…
 
"Girl, yall broke up after 5 years?!" Here is how I was able to juggle business and baes, then eventually a breakup! "I got BUSY, I got super busy"Honorable mentions:@pgrpg_@solelybianka@bizybossacademyLeave us your feedback, Follow us on IG @psilovemetoo--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psilovemetoo/support…
 
Dear Entrepreneur!This is my letter to you, this episode of P.s. I love me too was sponsored by the Bizy Boss Academy (@bizybossacademy)! Time to boss up! Follow Us on IG @psilovemetoo for episode notes and other resources! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psilovemetoo/support
 
Dear young, christian, lady entrepreneur,This is my letter for you, whats for you will always be for you! Relax, stop seeking validation from others, stop comparing yourself!Follow us on IG @psilovemetoo for this episode key points and notes--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psilovemetoo/support…
 
Dear, young, christian, lady entrepreneur,I am so excited to take this journey on full force and to be able to experience with you makes it all the better! Here is a lil about me, why I started, our goal, plans, and expectations! Follow us on IG @psilovemetooLove your host, Janee ElaineP.S. I love me, too!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm…
 
In the second episode of the season, Duke University senior Sonali Biswas performs “Things Men and Boys Have Said To Me”, a monologue about sexual assault and harassment. After the performance, Gaby sits down with Sam Meyers who serves as the current theatrical director for the Me Too Monologues live show, as well as with Sonali who serves as one o…
 
Welcome to the second season of Me Too! The podcast team is excited to share the first episode and looking forward to the content to come. In this first episode, Duke University sophomore Betsy Broaddus performs “Still Breathing”, a monologue about mental illness, and the implications on those who have a loved one who is struggling. After the perfo…
 
In the transition episode, Sid sits down with incoming podcast host Gaby to discuss the Me Too Podcast team transitioning from its founding members, to a second generation.The fall semester is here and the new podcast team is excited to share new episodes. You can share your own stories through our website: metoomonologuesduke.orgWe are on Facebook…
 
Mark McConville of Superego and Pistol Shrimps Radio is on the podcast this week as we talk a bit about the commentary episode and mostly other stuff. There was a brief moment where it seemed like a good idea to have the commentary episode playing during entire show, but that turned out to be awful and unlistenable. Instead, that doesn’t happen and…
 
Todd and Tony talk about musicals, songs that they heard as kids that got them into music and other stuff. This is a short episode, but a good episode. Short and… sweep? I feel like there’s an idiom for this, but I cannot think of it to save my life. Short and sweek? I don’t know. I give up. Enjoy listening to it.…
 
This week we were joined by Jesse Mack Johnson, the keyboardist from Tony’s old band, “Motion City Soundtrack”. He really dumbed it up with us and we had a good time. There are some good ol’ road stories in here and we call a guy that Tony met once in Richmond, VA.
 
Did you love the "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb" episode of U' Talkin' U2 2 Me? If so, you're going to love this episode of "U Two Talkin' U2 w Me Too? Yes. We barely cover the episode and mostly talk about our shame, give some advice to kids in grades 1-12, and Tony sings some songs that Todd tricks him into. When the USA makes it legal to marry…
 
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