In this episode we discuss Chapter 3: The Mind from Darwin's Descent of Man. We are joined by a very special guest - Dr. Ellen Furlong from Illinois Wesleyan University who studies cognition in dogs. In this chapter Darwin spends some time going through a litany of traits that he associates with intelligence. His goal is to get the reader to recognize that humans, although very intelligent, are only different in degree and not in kind when compared to other animals. The list of traits Darwin thought indicated intelligence were:CuriosityImitationAttentionMemoryImaginationReasonProgressive ImprovementTools and weapon useAbstractionSelf-consciousnessLanguageSense of BeautyComplex emotions Belief in God, superstition, etc.Darwin started off the discussion clarifying the difference between instinct and intelligence and noted some researchers proposed that instinct and intelligence are an inverse ratio to each other, the more your behaviors are dictated by instinct the less intelligence, as defined by the traits above, you exhibited. Mark discussed instinct in humans when he was a special guest of the Podcast nearly 6 years ago from when we recorded this podcast. He was a special guest in October 2015 and we recorded this episode October 2021. You can find Mark's inaugural appearance here.Ellen explained how nest building behavior is different from other behaviors we may do without thinking and why nest building is an instinct and bike riding is not.Ellen made it clear that intelligence can only be compared within a species and in comparison to other individuals within a species. It is incorrect to make cross species comparisons when it comes to intelligence, since each species is a genius for its own domain. Ellen notes people love to make claims about how smart their dogs are, but they often ignore the failings of their dogs in those comparisons. Ellen noted a short essay she wrote about how dogs do love us has been very popular as people are very interested in knowing what is going on in the minds of their pets. We ended the conversation about the classic marshmallow test which purported to measure patience and delayed gratification in young children. Children were offered a single marshmallow and told if they waited and not eat it, they would be given a second one later. It is the idea that can we resist our desire for instant gratification now for some possible bigger gratification in the future. Ellen discussed her own efforts to replicate that experiment using dogs and a variety of treats. Unfortunately COVID has disrupted her research.The opening and closing theme to Discovering Darwin is "May" by Jared C. Balogh.Interlude music is "Who let the dogs out?" by the Baha Men
This week the bros get together and talk; hispanic athletes, police violence, and The Baha Men. Please like, subscribe, rate, review, and tell a friend! Follow the bros on Twitter: @Bigbadbecerril, @impatrickscott and @LHRBpodcast Instagram: @big_bad_bexerril , @iampatrickscott , and @lefthandrightbrain Facebook: JD Lopez, Andres Becerril, and Patrick Scott
It's time we answer the question, who let the dogs out? Do we want to know? Does it even matter? That's right on this episode we reflect on the odd 2000 hit "Who Let the Dogs Out" by the Baha Men. Tune in as we talk the mysterious origins and many begins this unexpected song has had.
We're high on believing that you'll love this episode of Cover Me. We talk about "Hooked on a Feeling," originally performed by BJ Thomas and most known for the Blue Swede version featured prominently in 2014 film Guardians of the Galaxy. We talk about what we expected from E3 2021 in our bonus segment. Covers by: Johnathan King, Blue Swede, Trombo Combo, Grönwalls, Baha Men ft. Lester Adderley, Party Animals, Leo Luoto, Martin Nievera Spotify playlist here
For our 328th podcast, we celebrate the music of Bahamian guitarist Joseph Spence (1910-1984) and the forthcoming release of Encore: Unheard Recordings of Bahamian Guitar and Singing (out July 16, 2021 on Smithsonian Folkways). Recording engineer, musician and producer Peter K. Siegel joins us to talk about how he recorded these 13 tracks (both in NY and at Spence's home in Nassau), the unlikely guitar that Spence used (it's not what you think), and the music traditions of Andros that led to Spence's singular sound. We also get some advice on other Bahamian music to check out, learn how a former member of the Baha Men (yes, the "Who Let the Dogs Out" band) is trying to keep Spence's music alive, and hear about Siegel's recording session with Doc Watson. It's a great chat. Go to fretboardjournal.com to hear four tracks from 'Encore' here. Pre-order the album here or via Bandcamp. Subscribe to the Fretboard Journal magazine here. Don't forget, we now host an entire family of podcasts, about everything from lutherie to home recording: Luthier on Luthier; The Truth About Vintage Amps; The Truth About Recording & Mixing;Acoustic Voices; and Sweep the Floor. This episode is sponsored by Mono Cases, Folkway Music and Retrofret Vintage Guitars.
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We're back with a bumper show as Alex Hoad steps in for Matt due to our busy social lives. Promotion has been confirmed for seven of our teams, and we speak to Larkfield and New Hythe Wanderers director Graham Martin about their jump of two divisions to SCEFL Division One. We also speak to Joe Ford ahead of a charity game at VCD to honour his dad Martin and Paul Foley this weekend. Plus we reflect on the opening night of the Post-Lockdown Tournament and discuss the rest of the news around the county, as well as discussing jabs, graffiti, and the career of Baha Men.
This episode was a journey. Zach and Jake discuss who Vanessa Carlton is crushing on, the Baha Men, greatest heels in sports and hot takes from 2018. Did Skip Bayless say something hypocritical?? You'll have to listen to find out! Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlurrySportsPod Website: http://flurrysports.org/
This episode is all about songs that get stuck in your head aka "earworms." Ringer and J-Man talk about some of the science behind why we get songs stuck in our head, how to get em out and some of the worst songs to get stuck in your head and some songs they often find stuck in their heads but are okay with.If you like this episode please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share the show with one person who might also dig the show.Subscribe to our newsletter to get episode announcements, show notes and stay up date with On the Record Music. No spam or BS emails.Website: https://www.ontherecordmusic.com/Facebook: @OnTheRecordMusicInstagram: @OnTheRecordMusicYouTube: On The Record MusicOn The Record Music: A music podcast for those who fucking love music. We talk all things music from full length album reviews to topics in the world of music. From new music to the classics and no topic is off limits.
"The strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must". If you've ever been introduced to a History of global power balances, this quote from the Melian dialogue in Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War may ring familiar. And yet mighty states and alliances, at odds with this realist mantra, do not always muscle their way diplomatically to get what they want. Sometimes they may opt to lay low and bid for their time. This was admittedly the tenor of China’s policy for years following the Tiananmen Square massacre. But a marked and rapid shift towards a more forceful form of Sinocentric diplomacy seems well under way, as China no longer fears strong-arming and threatening its critics in a post-Covid landscape rife with uncertainty and Western indecision. The "wolf warriors" refers to this new generation of diplomats, journalists and politicians taking us towards a nastier form of political and symbolic rapports between rival states. So to paraphrase the great Baha Men in their chart-topping single from 2000, today we ask—"who let China's wolves out?". Janka Oertel from the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) and Antoine Bondaz from the Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (FRS) know a thing or two, so listen closely. Rate and review Uncommon Decency on Apple Podcasts, and send us your comments or questions at @UnDecencyPod or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bobby talks about how the Baha Men tweeted him after they made his list of the Top 5 dumbest big hits. Amy heard something crazy on a flight that inspired our segment “What’s Wrong with People”?! Plus our updates on reaching out to someone we haven’t spoken to in a year. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
¿Recuerdas la peor canción de la historia? Rebecca Black la cantó hace casi 10 años, pero también recordamos a James Blunt, Ylvis, Baha Men, Gotye y Carly Rae Jepseen. Síguenos: https://www.instagram.com/quefuepodcast/ https://twitter.com/QueFuePodcast https://www.facebook.com/QueFuePodcast
Jaime Lorite propone analizar "Ratas a la carrera", la última película hasta la fecha de Jerry Zucker, el director de "Aterriza como puedas" y "Top Secret!". Acompañan Nico Quintero y Yago Paris. El tema que cierra el podcast es "Who Let the Dogs Out", de Baha Men, uno de los temas de la banda sonora de la película: https://open.spotify.com/track/1H5tvpoApNDxvxDexoaAUo?si=WN9spicwRq-eNRuEPzo22Q
Thank you for tuning in. This week Greg and Matt have an amazing episode with a guest appearance from their friend's Claire and Cooper (The Dog). We discuss George Clinton's "Atomic Dog", Mo Pitney's "Just a Dog", and Baha Men's "Who Let the Dogs Out". Be sure to leave a comment and let us know what your favorite dog is!Also you can follow Greg's cats @megsandphoebe and cooper @Coopers.golden.life on instagramCheck us out on our other services!https://linktr.ee/Record_Mashup
Nice. We return to the early 90s for our second romp in a beloved franchise as we review GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH! There are differing opinions on the quality of this Gremlins sequel! Then, Scott asks us a very simple question: WHO LET THE DOGS OUT. We hear the original version as well as the Baha Men hit. Finally, Kelly shows us a Gremlin's themed tiki mug and we discuss its novelty quality.
Stanford’s Tara VanDerveer became the all-time winningest head coach in women’s college basketball history this week. The Athletic’s Zac Boyer joins us to discuss what makes the 67-year-old coach so special (according to those who have played for her), how good this year's top-ranked Cardinal team really is, and why Vanderveer’s legacy extends well beyond the basketball court. (Note: A popular Baha Men song from circa 2000 may or may not also be discussed.)Read Zac Boyer's story about Teresa VanDerveer:https://theathletic.com/2256172/2020/12/15/tara-vanderveer-stanford-wins-record-womens-basketball/?source=theleadpodcast
Ali discusses the second Rugrats theatrical film, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. She reminisces about seeing it in theaters, sharing her love of all the heartfelt moments and the addition of new characters to the Rugrats family. Plus, some interesting revelations she never knew about the 2000 hit song from the soundtrack, "Who Let the Dogs Out" by Baha Men.
For this interview on Beyond The Album Cover I had the pleasure to interview Steve Greenberg. He was head of A&R at Mercury Records and responsible for signing Hanson, Jonas Brothers, Joss Stone, and a slew of other acts. He also founded S-Curve Records which put out many acts including Baha Men that took the world by storm with Who Let The Dogs Out. He is a Grammy award winner and host of the podcast Speed Of Sound which dives into the history of music. We talk about his career in the music business, disco, new jack swing, first thoughts on Hanson, Jonas Bros, Betty Wright, and so much more. If you are a music lover then this interview you don't wanna miss!!! Subscribe to Beyond The Album Cover wherever you get your podcast on all streaming platforms and to Youtube.com/j85 for video content!!!!
We're back and we ain't fuckin around. Covid-be-damned we are coming out the gates swinging with this 2000's party hit. On this episode find out how many people claimed to have originally written "Who Let The Dogs Out", Jared does his best Alex Jones impression and we listen to a metal rendition of the popular song. Keep up with the new updates and what we are up to. Follow us on Instagram @ohyeahthatsong If you love the podcast and wanna support what we're doing, you can give as little as $2 a month and get cool shit and exclusives. Go to Patreon.com/ohyeahthatsong for more info
Judd and Pedro get to the bottom of that age old question, Who Let The Dogs Out? They're back in the year 2000 when Nelly was still king and the Baha Men were still a thing. These two albums came out one month apart, but who will reign supreme? Who? Who Who?Stay tuned after the episode for a teaser for Judd and Pedro's appearance on LIVE! From The Beach Bungalow!
This week I answer a listener question about the time I accidentally saw a Baha Men Concert in Ocean City. This wild saga includes side stories about puking in a car, a crazy woman with a lazy eye, and vacationing with my high school janitor. Thank you so much for making July the most successful month in the history of this show. Thanks for listening!
Today's artists pay tribute to Lancelot Link! And Scooby-Doo! Rarely heard early Ron Dante singles by The Detergents! A dramatic reading of a Baskin-Robbins 31-Flavors Ice Cream comic book! Plenty of great bubblegum pop from Tommy Roe, The Beagles, Beano, Scramble, The Brady Kids, The Amazing Pickles, Bohanna, Bobby Rydell, Tommy James and the Shondells, Rock & Roll Dubble Bubble Trading Card Company Of Philadelphia 19141, The Buckinghams, A Man Called Flintstone, Baha Men, Mondo Fumatore, Trap City EU, Yemi Rush, Shaggy, The Velmas, Martin Zeller, Kurt Gallagher, Paul Gilbert, and Lancelot Link and the Evolution Revolution!
Join host Steve Greenberg for a deep dive into the remarkable story behind the unexpected smash hit “Who Let The Dogs Out?” by The Baha Men, a song celebrating its 20th anniversary. It's a tale involving crate-digging in Trinidadian record stores, Alex Rodriguez, Rugrats, and more. (You’ll also find out who’s really barking those “woofs” of the song’s hook and how that hook traces back years before the song was even recorded.) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Baha Men's Rik Carey and Dyson Knight to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss their amazing musical career, the success of WHO LET THE DOGS OUT and their new music. Get the new single TAKE A CHANCE on Amazon here.
We work hard to come up with the most interesting, entertaining questions on our show. Tonight, we are concentrating on the most asked question of 1998. Singer Dyson Knight of the Baha Men joins the podcast to discuss his music. We learn about his father musical upbringing as an 8th degree obo player, discuss the differences in his solo career and in the band, and of course we chat about the bands huge hit “Who Let The Dogs Out”. Dyson was a delight to chat with and an enjoyable interview to listen to. We also talk about Scott being at mad at Mike, Scott's first baby appointment, and reflect on what has happened since the start of this show.
https://www.1001songsthatmakeyouwanttodie.com/Dan, Xav, Bevo & Chibbs are back to try & figure out exactly who did let the dogs out. Bio:"Who Let the Dogs Out" is a song performed by the Bahamian group Baha Men. Originally released by Anslem Douglas (titled "Doggie") in 1998, it was covered by producer Jonathan King who sang it under the name Fat Jakk and his Pack of Pets. He brought the song to the attention of his friend Steve Greenberg, who then had the Baha Men cover the song. The song became the band's first and only hit in the United Kingdom and the United States, and it gained popularity after appearing in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie and its soundtrack album.Click for The LyricsClick for The VideoFollow us on Spotify, iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.You can also follow us on Instagram & Twitter @1001songsthatmakeyouwanttodie or on FacebookYou can also email us with any shit song suggestions at email@example.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8p4yD1sVwP)
In this first episode of OT: The Podcast, meet hosts Andy Green and Felix Scholz, find out what the pod is about (watches basically), and why it took them so long to get it off the ground. The major topic is -- of course -- how COVID-19 has impacted the watch business. But we also find time to chat about bikies and the Baha Men, as well as help Alrick find a daily diver. Show notes: Things we’ve seen that we’ve liked: Andy: Outlaw archive: https://www.instagram.com/outlawarchive/ Felix: Whomst Among Us Let The Dogs Out. https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/whomst-among-us-let-the-dogs-out Watch match maker: Omega Seamaster Railmaster - https://www.omegawatches.com/watch-omega-seamaster-railmaster-omega-co-axial-master-chronometer-40-mm-22012402001001 Sinn U1 B https://www.sinn.de/en/Modell/U1_B.htm Bell & Ross BR05: https://www.bellross.com/our-collections/Instruments/br-05/br-05-steel/br-05-black-steel-steel Panerai Luminor PAM00775 https://www.panerai.com/nl/en/collections/watch-collection/luminor/pam00775-luminor-base-logo---44mm.html Nomos Ahos Atlantic 552 https://nomos-glashuette.com/en/store/watches?o=9&cf=11#/en/ahoi/ahoi-atlantic-552 How to follow us: Instagram: @OT.PODCAST Facebook: @OTPodcastAU Follow hosts: @fkscholz @andygreenlive on Instagram. Submit an application to our quasi-professional watch match making service, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you liked our podcast - please remember to like/share and subscribe.
The Notes On Notes universe expands this week with the debut of One Hitters! We all remember the song 'Who Let The Dogs Out' by the Baha Men but the real question is . . . Did that album have any other HEATERS on it? Jared and Toph listened to the 2000 album, Who Let The Dogs Out, and they have all the answers! Thank you to our sponsors over at Amazon.com! When doing your Amazon shopping, CLICK HERE and use our BROcast link. No hidden fees, just bookmark the link and use it whenever you shop on Amazon. Thank you again for the continued support! Official Website: theBROcastPodcast.com BROcast is AVAILABLE on Spotify! Please RATE, REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE to us on iTunes Check out BROcast on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google Play Music, Stitcher, PlayerFM & all podcast providers! Check out the BROcast Merchandise Store HERE!
Upon its release in 2000 "Who Let The Dogs Out?" by Baha Men earned a place in pop culture infamy almost immediately. The single from the Bahamas-based junkanoo-fusion group's album of the same name was a surprise hit in the UK and across many other parts of Europe, and became an immediate staple of children's movie soundtracks, sporting events, and really bad standup comedy bits, subsequently joining the ranks of other blink-and-you'll-miss-it "Worst Of All Time" ranked one-hit wonders as "Crazy Frog", "What Does The Fox Say", and innumerable others.It is with this in mind that we made an attempt to critique Who Let The Dogs Out? the record on its own merits, joined by return guest and Old Men Yell At Cloud co-host Jim Schultz. Between drunkenness, exhaustion, a lack of available information about the group and the album, and a general sense of mediocrity beyond the infamous title track...well the important part is an attempt was made.Join us as we listen to Who Let The Dogs Out? and talk about the origins of junkanoo music, the praises of Imani Coppola, big bowls of chili, Reginald Matrix, and other forays into madness and idiocy on our part.Local Music Feature: FBGM - "Gotta Get A Message To You" (Bee Gees cover)
Before heading east on Route 42, Joshua & Fjelstan encounter some legendary pooches in the Burned Tower. Then, after stuffing themselves with RAGECANDYBARs, they realize that something isn't quite right in Mahogany Town. Their investigation leads them to the Lake of Rage, where they discover yet another dastardly scheme by Team Rocket, who they confront in the basement of the local bodega. After putting them all on ice, they do the same to Pryce, and pry the seventh Gym Badge from his cold, dead fingers. Notes: Featuring "California (Piano Cover)" by pianomusings (YouTube), "Boston - Augustana" by KaraFun Karaoke (YouTube), and "Who Let the Dogs Out" by Baha Men.
The story of how “Who Let The Dogs Out” ended up stuck in all of our brains goes back decades and spans continents. It tells us something about inspiration, and how creativity spreads, and about whether an idea can ever really belong to just one person. About ten years ago, Ben Sisto was reading the Wikipedia entry for the song when he noticed something strange. A hairdresser in England named “Keith” was credited with giving the song to the Baha Men, but Keith had no last name and the fact had no citation. This mystery sent Ben down a rabbit hole to uncover the true story. Whomst Among Us Has Let The Dogs Out
Episode 53 of the weekly Mom's Spaghetti Podcast with Keith Cohen's favorite new music from the week! All songs can be found on the Spotify or Apple Music playlist "We Good!" (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1TNCT7gJn0ljJmRBe8MzZc?si=yuwUzRfVQfOweXXCpKRhFQ ~or~ https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/we-good/pl.u-JPAZDaPuDWp6JzY)1:53 Two 10s -- Quinn XCII4:21 On Somebody -- Ava Max6:18 at least i look cool -- Sasha Sloan8:01 hungover & i miss u -- gnash10:20 Conversations in the Dark -- John Legend11:55 Vertigo -- Derik Fein14:50 You should be sad -- Halsey17:00 The Good Life -- Devon Gilfillian18:13 Crowded Room -- Selena Gomez, 6LACK20:31 Dance Again -- Selena Gomez22:23 Further Up (Na, Na, Na, Na, Na) -- Static & Ben El, Pitbull24:23 2 Hearts -- Sam Feldt, Sigma, Gia Koka25:47 Somebody I'm Not -- Martin Jensen, Bjørnskov27:24 Better -- Ryan Moe, Lolaby28:50 Backwards -- Alexander Stewart30:50 I Wonder -- 3LetterzNUK, Marco Foster32:58 Good News -- Mac Miller35:02 Life Is Good -- Future, Drake36:36 Who Let The Dogs Out? -- Baha Men #tbt See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Woof woof woof, who let the dogs out? It’s home to Baha Men and beautiful beaches, this episode is about the Bahamas --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citizencork/support
Things are ramping up as we near the end of Deadhouse Gates. Peter defends Felisin, Josh wants to live a pirate's life, and India can't get enough of Icarium. Also apologies to the Baha Men, I got their name wrong like a dozen times. --- Chapters covered - 15, 16, 17, 18 --- Follow the show on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tenverybigbooks Thoughts about the show? Email us - tenverybigbooks at gmail.com Thank you to Dan Geserick for the logo! Follow him on Twitter - https://twitter.com/dangeserick Thank you to _amaranthine for our show music! Check them out on bandcamp - https://amaranthine.bandcamp.com/album/simulant-rain --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tenverybigbooks/message
August Burns Red The Legend of Zelda Phantom Sessions EP Running Wild Strutter (Kiss cover) Crossing The Blades (EP) Emil Bulls You Should See Me in a Crown (Billie Eilish cover) Mix Tape The Contortionist 1979 (Smashing Pumpkins Cover) Our Bones J.B.O. Wer lässt die Sau raus?! (Baha Men cover) Wer lässt die Sau raus?! Exumer He's a Woman - She's a Man (Scorpions cover) Hostile Defiance Wednesday 13 Animal (Fuck Like A Beast) (W.A.S.P. Cover) Necrophaze Witherfall I Won't Back Down (Tom Petty cover) Vintage - EP Death Tribute Frosthelm Spirit Crusher (Death cover) Fleshgod Apocalypse Reise, Reise (Rammstein cover) Veleno Mist of Misery Stormblåst (Dimmu Borgir cover) Unalterable Skullsmasher Festering Boils (Repulsion cover) Rocket Hammer Brain Surgery Entombed A.D. I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive (Hank WIlliams Cover) Bowels Of Earth Presumption Equilibrium (Cathedral cover) Doom Or Be Doomed : A French Tribute To Cathedral Nuitville Recueillement (Amesoeurs Cover) When The Darkness Falls Hedonihil You Hate Me and I Hate You (GG Allin cover) I Fister For Whom The Bell Tolls (Metallica cover) Decade of Depression Worldwide Panic You Oughta Know (Alanis Morissette cover) Weezer Paranoid (Black Sabbath cover) Weezer (Teal Album) Seven Kingdoms Barracuda (Heart cover) Empty Eyes Rage Of Light Twilight Of The Thunder God (Amon Amarth cover) Imploder Jorn Shot In The Dark (Ozzy Osbourne cover) Live On Death Road Avantasia Maniac (Michael Sembello cover) Moonglow Chrome Waves Something In the Way (Nirvana Cover) The Cold Light Of Despair DragonForce My Heart Will Go On (Celine Dion cover) Extreme Power Metal Mastodon Stairway To Heaven (Led Zepplin cover) Stairway to Nick John --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Wil got the GREEN LIGHT so he quit that B*TCH, Court is an underwhelming Duane Reade WITCH and Leif’s fired! Okie Dokie PEEYAW Y’all it’s another DIDN’T CHA KNOW episode of The Narcisistas! We don’t know EVERYTHING but what we do know will Eve and Gwen Stefani BLOW YA MIND! No shade to our Mormon listeners but Tom Cruise is a pocket gay! Gosling a Backstreeter? A world with only black Carter’s?! Did BRITNEY cause 9/11!!!??? I’m white look at my box braids! From pop culture conspiracy theories and pop star paranormal activity to the Hollywood walk of SHADE we’re gonna need to start a revolution after this one people! Plus! Big Willie Style! Baha Men! Korn! Snoop Dogg in a white setting! Norman Bates! Simon Cowell and so many more Drag Icons! YOU MUST LISTEN TO THIS EP! THEN RATE! REVIEW! FOLLOW! REPOST! SUBSCRIBE! VISIT www.narcisistas.com and we thought Ellen was into the OTHER kinda Bush!!!!!
Billy and Adam put on their swimmies and take a dip. In this episode they discuss dorky water shoes, disgusting lakes, difficult bathing suits, dangerous cliff jumping and more. Plus, a story about Adam's father the hero, Billy's trip to the Dead Sea and music by Loudon Wainwright!Theme: Send Medicine - Way to the Sea
We ponder a question as old as time. Who, in fact, let the dogs out? Was it the Baha Men? Or was it some nameless dudes from the Caribbean? We also talk about the Notre Dame fire, Nipsey Hussle, Tony Hawk, Four Hand Condoms, Kodak Black(Human Cartoon and terrible rapper), and some other stuff. Thank you so much for listening, we love you! -Beth and DJ Go to Cullah.com and pre-order his new album "Spectacullah" now! Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Twitter We have stickers and buttons! If you want some, send your address to email@example.com. If you rate and review us on iTunes, we would greatly appreciate it! And don't forget to tell a friend! We've also started a Discord sever Intro Song- Music: Be Nine To Thrive from Cullahsus Under license (CC BY SA 4.0) Outro Song- Music: Daft Punk from Adolessonce Under license (CC BY SA 4.0) Support The Untrained Eye by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-untrained-eye Find out more at https://the-untrained-eye.pinecast.co
Guy Montgomery is coming in hot with some positivity after hearing the McElroy brothers will be in Trolls 2. Timbo is chasing that good, good feeling by trying to take a leaf out of Samantha's post-flight fabulousness. Unfortunately, moods sour when it comes to Harry's tie and the Baha Men but at least we can all agree that Steve looks super cute in therapy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Your best friend is a hairy beast and that's something to celebrate. This episode is a little different in tone and let's just say GOOD LUCK NOT CRYING, SUCKERS. Alie sits down with "Lucky Dog" host Brandon McMillan, who cares more about saving shelter mutts than he does about the 3 Daytime Emmys he's won for doing it. Learn about his Hollywood drama-worthy backstory that led to being one of the world's most celebrated dog trainers, plus how to calm anxious pups, breeders vs. shelter rescues, and how and why dogs help our brains and save our lives. Dogs 4 president 2020. For more info, see: Brandon's website: www.canineminded.com Follow Brandon on Instagram and Twitter Brandon's non-profit to provide service dogs to veterans is called ARGUS. I said Angus; how embarrassing. Become a patron of Ologies for as little as a buck a month: www.Patreon.com/ologies OlogiesMerch.com has hats, shirts, pins, totes! Follow @Ologies on Twitter or Instagram Follow @AlieWard on Twitter or Instagram More links at www.alieward.com Clip credits: “I’m a loner, Dottie. A rebel” is from the world’s best movie, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. Who let the dogs out? Baha Men did. Support the show.