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A genus of mammals belonging to the deer, muntjac, roe deer, reindeer, and moose family of ruminants

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KHOL Jackson Hole Community Radio 89.1 FM
News Brief Sept. 28 | Liz Cheney Appears on 60 Minutes, Wilson Man Injured by Bull Moose

KHOL Jackson Hole Community Radio 89.1 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 3:24


News Brief Sept. 28 | Liz Cheney Appears on 60 Minutes, Wilson Man Injured by Bull Moose by KHOL

The Howie Carr Radio Network
A .45 and a Moose - 9.24.21 - Hour 2

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 38:19


Toby Leary form Cape Gun Works takes more calls on gun questions, and talks about a Bull Moose being taken down by a camper with a .45

What You Should Read
BONUS EPISODE! Maine indie bookstore tour

What You Should Read

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 69:32


While Julia was back in Maine, she and Rachael (and Rachael's husband Will) spent a day driving from bookstore to bookstore. Stops include multiple locations of Sherman's Books, Bull Moose and Mockingbird Books.  See highlights from the trip on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/WYSR_Podcast/status/1417807555066269700 Or Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/17982258184381416/  Follow What You Should Read: Twitter:                  @wysr_podcast Instagram:                  @wysr_podcast Goodreads:                  https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/115539912-what-you-should-read-podcast YouTube:                  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCfNtid_b0R14otSPRZTkmQ www.whatyoushouldread.com   Get two books for the price of one with a new membership to Libro.fm! Use the promo code WHATYOUSHOULDREAD and get two books for $14.99. Best of all, your indie bookstore will also benefit; just select your favorite bookstore when you sign up.    

Stjärnbaneret - Historiepodden om USA:s historia
129 Partiernas historia del 5: Det fjärde progressiva partisystemet

Stjärnbaneret - Historiepodden om USA:s historia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 43:42


Femte avsnittet i serien om de politiska partiernas historia. Vi pratar om förändringarna efter 1896, demokratiska reformer, det progressiva Bull Moose partiet, valet 1912, det socialistiska partiets uppgång och fall, republikanernas dominans på 20-talet, demokraternas kräftgång och den stora depressionen. Glöm inte att prenumerera på podcasten! Ge den gärna betyg på iTunes! Följ podden på Facebook (facebook.com/stjarnbaneret), twitter (@stjarnbaneret) eller Instagram (@stjarnbaneret) Kontakt: stjarnbaneret@gmail.com

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast

We're back with a CD Buy—our first in a long while! This time we went to Bull Moose in Portsmouth and had a grand old time, and we share our findings with you! Albums of the Week: Scott: Iron Maiden—Number of the Beast JimJam: Einsturzende Neubauten—Halber Mensch

Benny's Crib
DJ Double Dessert (EP 90)

Benny's Crib

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 59:43


Episode ninety of RhymeBeat's in-house podcast ‘Benny's Crib.' This week, Maine DJ 'Double Dessert' swung thru the crib. Points of discussion focused on dance parties, Mannie Fresh, Bull Moose memories, how she got her name, the power of curating, whoopie pies, and so much more! This podcast is sponsored by Yardie Ting. #207TilInfinity

Hot Mornings with Ryan Deelon & Tara Fox
05.24.21 I Won't Eat That

Hot Mornings with Ryan Deelon & Tara Fox

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 34:40


(Intro) Weekend Highlights (Topic) No matter how hungry I am, I won't eat _____. (Dirty) Bill Board Music Awards Recap. A-Rod in the DMs. Bieber's new haircut. Lil Nas X splits his pants. (5TYNTK) Maine's mask mandate ends today. More than 50% of Mainers are now fully vaccinated. Maine Hannaford will no longer require masks. Bull Moose abruptly closes Salem, NH store. Tickets on sale for Hot Radio Maine's Beach Trip w/ Erica Banks. (Outro) Pringles enters the Chicken Sandwich Wars

Potato League Podcast
Episode 217: A Taxi Driver / Army of the Dead / Bull Moose

Potato League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 92:05


Classical Heritage with Tom Garfield
02. Theodore Roosevelt and the Teddy Bear

Classical Heritage with Tom Garfield

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 15:02


Tom discusses a couple stories about President Theodore Roosevelt including how he inspired the teddy bear and the Bull Moose party.  Interested in learning more?  His 6 week online class starts Thursday - register at www.haamoscow.com 

The Movie Minds
3. Judas and the Black Messiah... or Bull Moose in a China Shop

The Movie Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 65:20


- Trivia Review: Judas and the Black Messiah- Side Game: Undercover Ilgen- Rushmore: Movie Detectives- Fave Film: Undercover Films- Face/Off: Chicago Movies- E-cademy Awards: MoonlightSubscribe! Rate! Be good!

TrawlCast
Episode 24 Division|North Interview

TrawlCast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 53:20


In this MID WEEK SPECIAL, Seth and Sean talk to the guys in the band Division|North. Where did they start? How about that new ep they just released? Why is Dan Late and super Famous?? Listen in and you may find out! You can find more information about Division|North HERE. Like what you hear? Want to hear more? Click that subscribe button! When a new episode drops, you will be all set to keep on listening. Like us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!! You can also share episodes and use #TrawlCast to help spread the word. If you have a question, comment, show suggestion or want to submit a listener sound drop through email, CAST A LINE to the guys at trawlband@gmail.com You can also leave us a voice message on anchor.fm/trawlcast. Just look for the text bubble with the plus symbol inside of it, click on it and record. Get creative!! You just may hear your voice on the podcast!! Check us out on YouTube www.youtube.com/trawlportlandme For more information about all things TRAWL head on over to www.trawlband.com Thank you to our sponsor for this episode, Anchor.fm! If you want to find out more about Anchor and all of the services they can provide to your podcast, find them at anchor.fm or download the app in GooglePlay or the Apple App Store. *****BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!***** Seth and Sean have decided to release this week's episode of the podcast early because on Friday, February 19th, you can PREORDER the NEW Trawl ep, Shark Pinata from Bull Moose!!!! So listen to the guys and then set an alarm for Friday and get your preorder in!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trawlcast/message

Kim Iversen
EP.08 Impeachment, Warmongering Iran, and Bull Moose

Kim Iversen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021 103:12


Discussing The Impeachment Attempt Once More. Our Government Fearmongering Over Iran & A Potential Rise Of Another Bull Moose Party.

Demography Unplugged with Neil Howe
Georgia Elections, Storming the Capitol, and EU-China Agreement

Demography Unplugged with Neil Howe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2021 72:25


In this latest issue of my weekly podcast, we discuss the Georgia elections. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossof beat Republican incumbents Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. Both Warnock and Ossof won by over 0.5%, avoiding an automatic recount. Ultimately this is good news for markets. While traditional wisdom says markets want a divided Congress, the recent chaos has led them to hope for a united government.Pro-Trump protesters storm the Capital Building. Despite the protesters' wishes, the siege did nothing to change the outcome of the joint session of Congress. Joe Biden's win was officerly certified. In the end, this was a major embarrassment for the GOP leadership. There is a mounting prospect of a fatal splintering of GOP support, with Trump triggering a permanent "Bull Moose" split. Israel's coalition collapses. After failing to pass a budget on Dec. 22, Netanyahu and Gantz's coalition government was dissolved. This will trigger new national elections in late March. All eyes are on Gideon Sa'ar, a popular former cabinet minister, who recently left the Likud party to start the New Hope party. If victorious, Sa'ar is predicted to create a standard right-wing coalition. EU and China sign the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment. The new agreement allows EU companies to invest in China in a greater capacity and locks in existing market access to Europe. The countries will not fully finalize the deal for another year. The incoming Biden administration has already signaled they are uneasy with the agreement and want to slow down its implementation.Public opinion increasingly supports raising the minimum wage. In Florida, a $15 minimum wage initiative was recently approved by 61% of the voters, adding to a growing list of successful efforts to raise the minimum wage at state and local levels around the country. **********The content featured here is a small part of Hedgeye’s Demography Unplugged, a game-changing market intelligence product brought to you by historian, demographer and best-selling author Neil Howe. Visit us to find out more and subscribe.

Founders
#156 Theodore Roosevelt

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2020 32:13


What I learned from reading Mornings on Horseback: The Story of an Extraordinary Family, a Vanished Way of Life and the Unique Child Who Became Theodore RooseveltSubscribe to continue listening and gain access to all full episodes. What other people are saying:“Uniquely outstanding. No fluff and all substance. David does an outstanding job summarizing these biographies and hones in on the elements that make his subjects so unique among entrepreneurs. I particularly enjoy that he focuses on both the founder’s positive and negative characteristics as a way of highlighting things to mimic and avoid.”“Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I’ve taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium feed. Tap into eons of knowledge and experiences, condensed into digestible portions, for roughly the cost of a takeout meal. Highly, highly recommend.“I just paid for my first premium podcast subscription for Founders podcast. Learning from those who came before us is one of the highest value ways to invest time. David does his homework and exponentially improves my efficiency by focusing on the most valuable lessons.”“I haven’t found a better return on my time and money than your podcast for inspiration and time-tested wisdom to help me on my journey.“It is worth every penny. I cannot put into words how fantastic this podcast is. Just stop reading this and get the full access.”“Reading a biography is a privilege that condenses a life's journey, all its lessons, loves AND mistakes into 20 odd hours of reading. Here David condenses many of the best and intriguing Bios into 1-2 hours. Presented organically and thoughtfully with full book links and show notes for ease. Subscribe right away!”Subscribe to continue listening and gain access to all full episodes. 

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast

It's been a long time, but we're back talking about our recent excursion to Bull Moose in Salem NH and our buys! Enjoy. Albums of the Week: Scott: The Microphones—The Glow, Pt. 2 Elaine: Dizzee Rascal—E3 AF

The Dictionary
#B300 (bull thistle to bum)

The Dictionary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2020 14:36


I read from bull thistle to bum.   Bully pulpit actually came from Teddy Roosevelt as well as Bull Moose (from the previous episode) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bully_pulpit   The word of the episode is "bully".     dictionarypod@gmail.com Facebook Twitter Instagram Patreon 917-727-5757

This Day in Esoteric Political History
A Bull Moose Gets Shot (1912) w/ Alex Schmidt

This Day in Esoteric Political History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2020 17:37


It’s October 13th. On this day in 1912 (well, technically the 14th), Teddy Roosevelt is shot as he’s on his way to a speech in Milwaukee. He still gave the speech. Jody and Niki are joined by Alex Schmidt to discuss the incident, the wild election of 1912, and violence in politics. Alex’s podcast is called “Secretly Incredibly Fascinating” and is available wherever you get your podcasts. Find a transcript of this episode at: https://tinyurl.com/esoterichistory This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod

Classic 45's Jukebox
Big Ten Inch Record by Bull Moose Jackson

Classic 45's Jukebox

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020


Label: Collectables 3626Year: 1952Condition: MLast Price: $12.00. Not currently available for sale.Originally released on King 4580. This is such an amazing single... And we think songs are raunchy today! *Whew* The flip is another terrific early Rock'n'Roll track. I don't normally put reissues in the Classic 45s jukebox, but I love this one, and despair of finding an original copy to post.... so enjoy! This is a like-new copy of the out-of-print Collectables reissue, in its Collectables sleeve.

Very Presidential with Ashley Flowers
Teddy Roosevelt: The Bull Moose President

Very Presidential with Ashley Flowers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 37:15


The youngest president to ever take office was full of tough-guy machismo, and famous for his vigor. Where’d he pour all that energy? Breaking up his brother’s marriage, getting off the grid for wild excursions, and trophy hunting to his heart’s content.

History First
4 Memorable Moments from US Political Conventions

History First

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 16:18


Conventions are historically pretty wild. (This has changed in the last several election cycles…they’ve become much more predictable). We look back at four memorable convention moments from the 20th-century—from the battle of Bull Moose in 1912, to a moment of Hollywood oddity in 2008. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/historyfirst/support

The trASHE
Bull Moose Goth

The trASHE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2020 64:21


Derek talks about going on a date with a waitress-hating Teddy Roosevelt-loving goth, Kardashian fight,  and anilingus matrimony.

The Grow Maine Show
Brett Wickard of Bull Moose & Fieldstack

The Grow Maine Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2020 46:44


Brett Wickard founded his first company, Bull Moose Records, after his junior year at Bowdoin College. Wickard oversaw Bull Moose's rise to become the largest retailer of music, movies, games, and books in northern New England. Wickard then founded Crickery Wood - a provider of point of sale software and services. Wickard's newest company, FieldStack, fuses elegant inventory, point of sale, loyalty, and eCommerce modules with enhanced analytics, decision making and automation into a Lean Retail platform for medium to large sized retailers. This is everything the GrowMaine Show is passionate about -- being innovative, looking out for employees, building community, giving back -- in one remarkable business. Don't miss this interview with one of Maine's most innovative entrepreneurs operating with great success in a sector that most people think died when Blockbuster went away.

Your Mountain
100 - Wyoming's 32nd Governor - Matthew H. Mead

Your Mountain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2020 92:20


For episode 100, the guys are joined by their former boss, the 32nd Governor of Wyoming, Governor Matthew H. Mead. They cover his many natural resource accomplishments--topics like wolves, sage grouse, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, outdoor recreation, and the Endangered Species Act. They also discuss how politics should work, the importance of collaboration, the Bull Moose party, the Governor's mountain, and more. This is a special episode--check it out!

Jim Hightower's Radio Lowdown
The meek reality behind Trump’s pose as a Bull Moose Populist

Jim Hightower's Radio Lowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2020 2:10


It’s been pointed out that Donnie Trump has unusually small hands… but who cares? What’s truly alarming are his unusually […]

Minnesota Bound Podcast - MN Bound Podcast

Find out how to get your family outside during these unique times. Bill Sherck talks with Scott Oeth, leader of the Bull Moose Patrol.

Let's Get Two
Let's Get Two: S2 Ep 40 "More Than Baseball"

Let's Get Two

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2020 59:56


Baseball has been played!Opening: Where the MLB has failed, other baseball leagues have not. (0:06:04) Unboxed: We take a look at the new ‘looks’ of the Bismarck Larks' collegiate summer league pod. Great new gear from the Larks, the Bull Moose and the Flickertails. (0:08:11) From The Bleachers: Baseball Jason went to Bismarck ND to see some baseball and we check in!(0:17:05) Who’s On First: Tony Esnor of the Amarillo Sod Poodles talks their new foray into the Texas Collegiate League. (0:30:17) On Deck: Jeremy Wolf, of More Than Baseball is here to talk his organization, how you can help Minor Leaguers, and playing with Tim Tebow. (0:58:25) Closing It Out

Stjärnbaneret - Historiepodden om USA:s historia
86 Översikt del 45: Kaosvalet 1912 och Wilsons nya frihet

Stjärnbaneret - Historiepodden om USA:s historia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2020 50:27


Översiktsserien fortsätter. Det kommer att handla om Teddy Roosevelts comeback, splittringen mellan Taft och Roosevelt, Bull Moose, valet 1912, vetenskapspolitikern Woodrow Wilson, Federal Reserve, Moralisk diplomati, Mexikanska revolutionen och Schwarzbier. Glöm inte att prenumerera på podcasten! Ge den gärna betyg på iTunes! Följ podden på Facebook (facebook.com/stjarnbaneret), twitter (@stjarnbaneret) eller Instagram (@stjarnbaneret) Kontakta oss på: stjarnbaneret@gmail.com

Every Election Ever and Beer
Election of 1912: The Bull Moose

Every Election Ever and Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2020 50:01


Matt and Scott join Professor Eddie for the Election of 1912 and the rise of Teddy Roosevelt's progressive Bull Moose party.

American Elections: Wicked Game
1912, Wilson vs. Taft vs. Roosevelt: The Bull Moose

American Elections: Wicked Game

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2020 46:46


Teddy Roosevelt comes out of retirement and returns to the political fold to unseat his longtime political friend and ally, President William Howard Taft. As both parties struggle to hold their progressive and conservative factions together, Democrat Woodrow Wilson seeks to ride the wave of progressivism, capitalize on a divided Republican party, and win first place in a heated three way race. Created, hosted and executive produced by Lindsay Graham for Airship. Sound design by Derek Behrens. Co-Executive produced by Steven Walters in association with Ritual Productions. Written and researched by Cielle Salazar and Steven Walters. Fact checking by Gregory Jackson and Cielle Salazar from the podcast History That Doesn’t Suck. Music by Lindsay Graham.If you like this show, please support it! Become a subscriber at www.wickedgamepodcast.com.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Great Courses Plus - Right now when you sign up for The Great Courses Plus, you get a FREE trial. Visit thegreatcoursesplus.com/elections.

Whacked Facts! with Justin & Zul
Episode 32: Bull Moose / Lincoln / Unicorns

Whacked Facts! with Justin & Zul

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2020 33:01


In this episode we consider the alarming sounds of a bull moose, a surprising hobby for Abraham Lincoln, and residents of Michigan's odd obsession with unicorns.#podcast #funfacts #weirdfacts #strangefacts #whackedfacts #facts #funny #comedy #guessinggame #gameshow #quiz #learnsomethingnew #interestingfacts #impressyourfriends

Stupid Fat Hobbits
S1E20 - Pickles Tickle the Fickle Nickel

Stupid Fat Hobbits

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2020 47:40


On our first quarantine show, pickles and sickles tickle the fickle nickel in an unbridled trickle. Johnny casts down all those who enjoy their steaks well-done. Does anyone know the difference between myoglobin and hemoglobin? Are puns the lowest form of comedy? Do you enjoy them? Meanwhile, Chris traverses the lonely road to insanity. On the cusp, Chris desperately clings to his idea of wisdom by giving a tomato "metaphor." Breaking News From Florida sees a limbless cutthroat rolling away from law enforcement. The lads explore the intricacies of the medical drama. Old jokes are brought to the fore. The lads scrutinize the work of the Progressive actor named Ashland? Jeremy? Jared? Who knows. Around the Table explores whether "living the 'tine" should be a phrase used in common parlance. Chris and Johnny are proud of their unclehood, and Pat, his stunclehood. Johnny explains the Bull Moose drinking tradition. The Intellectual makes a bold bet. Johnny denigrates the skiing skills of The Intellectual, which obviously leads the lads to review the greatest bagel shmears. The lads examine the three things Johnny and Pat most enjoy in their lives which leads to an examination of Pat and Chris living together in quarantine. Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/sfh_podcast to watch Chris give a topical rendition of Red Is The Rose.

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast

We go back yet again to our darling local CD store Bull Moose, and talk about our finds in this (relatively) short episode! Albums of the Week: Scott: Fleet Foxes—Fleet Foxes JimJam: 30 Seconds To Mars—This Is War

Spencer Explores the Universe
Spencer Explores the Universe S01E22 - MIXTAPE 1

Spencer Explores the Universe

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2020 56:34


This week, Spencer spinst plays some records that he bought at Bull Moose that he thinks are awesome and talks a little bit about them, and miiiiiight have started Maine Spirits Happy Hour a little early this week.

Benny's Crib
Myles Bullen (EP 13)

Benny's Crib

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2020 99:59


Episode thirteen of RhymeBeat's in-house podcast 'Benny's Crib.' This episode features Maine poet, artist and world traveler Myles Bullen. In our conversation, we discussed everything from his journeys through the New England hip hop scene, hanging with Eyedea, meeting one of his first producers at Bull Moose, the power of expression, and some deep shit too. Look for Myles and his duo Planetary Access live at Flask Lounge this January 27th, pre-order the Planetary Access vinyl now, and check out his solo/the duo's work online too! #207TilInfinity

Banter Bootcamp
Episode 33 - He Said, He Said

Banter Bootcamp

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2020 55:39


The boys were all over the place today.... Health points, Australian wildfires, helpful wombats, Jason Bateman, sibling rivalries, face punching, the Truman Show, Ricky Gervais, 1917, trophies, inappropriate phrases, Mad Men, work personalities, teaching your kids how not to be kids, RIP Neil Peart, the Bull Moose music rotation, Larry Sanders, finding old gems of entertainment, and finally, Jerry Seinfeld is a god.  ***formerly Episode 16***

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast

Today we went to Bull Moose and bought some CDs, and we, well, just...talk about music! Albums of the Week: Scott: X—Los Angeles JimJam: Florence + the Machine—High As Hope

Lame Dudes
REAL WHOLESOME PUMPKIN CARVING AND DRINKING WITH YOUR BOYS ON THE PORCH ASMR

Lame Dudes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2019 61:54


Alright man, in thiiiis one.... We're recording from the porch for the first time ever, Hunter carves us a nice pumpkin this episode while we podcast as usual. We taste and review some Knob Creek Bourbon, we discuss the new Star Wars trailer, we try some new snacks, and Zach nerds out over apps. Then we talk about videogamedunkey briefly, Jackson's new PC build specs, and our trip to an army surplus store and Taco Bell. Finally we close out the pod by talking about McLaren f1's new poster for the 2019 Mexico Grand Prix, and rank our local music and movies store's (shout out Bull Moose) top 16 horror movies bracket. Follow us on Twitter: @lamedudespod, @lilhuntii, @sweatymanlet Follow us on Twitch: lilhuntyy, zlanj Find us on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2O2jANU EMAIL US NICE COMMENTS AND TOPICS: lamedudespodcast@gmail.com

Dakota Datebook: Remembering Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt on Being Shot in Milwaukee

Dakota Datebook: Remembering Theodore Roosevelt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2019 2:47


Campaigning for president in 1912, Theodore Roosevelt pitted himself against Republican President Taft and Democrat candidate Woodrow Wilson. Roosevelt ran under the Progressive Party banner, which was also called the Bull Moose party. History was made when Roosevelt became the only candidate of a third party to come in second place.

The Open Mind, Hosted by Alexander Heffner
Libel and the Presidency

The Open Mind, Hosted by Alexander Heffner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2019 27:50


On this episode of The Open Mind, we're delighted to welcome Dan Abrams, the chief legal affairs anchor for ABC News and CEO and founder of Abrams Media. He also hosts Live PD on A & E Network and the Dan Abrams Show Where Politics Meets the Law on Sirius XM. He is author of the new book “Theodore Roosevelt For The Defense: The Courtroom Battle to Save His Legacy.” As NPR recounts, “It's an absorbing excursion into an epic 1915 libel case against then former President Teddy Roosevelt. In a truth telling sermon, advocating for a would be corruption busting gubernatorial candidate. Roosevelt accused Republican political boss, William Barnes of promoting evil men whose activities so deeply taint and discredit our whole system of government and the maladministration of public offices.” 

Smalltown Hunter
EP 06: A DIY moose hunt in Alaska with Tyler Loveland

Smalltown Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2019 116:27


In this episode, we talk about an array of details specific to “do-it-yourself” Moose Hunting in Alaska. Tyler Loveland offers several tips on what to do- and what he wishes he did different. Nonetheless, Tyler was successful and harvested a nice Bull Moose! The kill-shot and harvest photo can be found on the Smalltown Hunter Facebook & Instagram.

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast

We visit Bull Moose in Portsmouth, and we talk about our findings, including (but not limited to) albums by Slint, Dio, Cecil Taylor, and They Might Be Giants! Albums of the Week: Scott: Hiss Golden Messenger—Terms of Surrender JimJam: Cult of Luna—A Dawn To Fear

Speaking of Writers
Dan Abrams-Theodore Roosevelt for The Defense

Speaking of Writers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2019 12:37


In their New York Times bestseller, Lincoln’s Last Trial, ABC News chief legal affairs anchor Dan Abrams and bestselling author David Fisher unearthed a little-known chapter from the life and career of America’s most revered president, shedding new light on his national ascendency. Now, in THEODORE ROOSEVELT FOR THE DEFENSE: The Courtroom Battle to Save his Legacy (Hanover Square Press; May 21, 2019; $26.99 US/$33.50 CAN), this team returns to resurrect another seminal case in presidential history: a 1915 libel case brought against Teddy Roosevelt that rocked the nation and American politics. “There have been at least twenty other twentieth century trials dubbed ‘the trial of the century,’ all captivating based on the nature of the crimes or the identity of the defendants or victims,” write Abrams and Fisher. “But only one of them involved a former president of the United States testifying in his own defense for over a week, and with testimony that would expose the underbelly of seedy political backdoor deal making and even profiteering. Barnes v. Roosevelt also didn’t involve just any former president taking the witness stand. Teddy Roosevelt was one of the most charismatic and entertaining presidents that the nation had, and has, ever seen. He didn’t disappoint, offering animated and at times blistering testimony for an audience that extended well beyond the courtroom.” The libel case was brought against Roosevelt by William Barnes, the former head of the Republican Party in New York State. While endorsing a nonpartisan gubernatorial candidate, T.R.—himself a Republican before helping launch the Progressive or Bull Moose party—had railed against two-party boss rule as a rotten system that created “an invisible government … responsible for the maladministration and corruption in the public office.” Barnes, the owner and publisher of the Albany Evening Journal, was a powerful party boss with dreams of running for governor himself. In an attempt to save his reputation from these ‘false and malicious attacks ‘Barnes sued Roosevelt for libel, demanding the princely sum of $50,000. The civil trial, held in Syracuse, became a media circus. Drawing on a trove of primary source material, including the complete typed transcripts from every moment of the case, as well as rich and colorful contemporary reportage from the many newspaper journalists covering the proceedings, Abrams and Fisher create a novelistic narrative that captures the high-stakes tension, occasional humor, and precedent-setting testimony. The trial, which played out as America was on the brink of world war, would take its toll on both Roosevelt and Barnes. Yet, it exposed political misdeeds and set legal precedents, while shoring up T.R.’s reputation as an enemy of corruptions and one of the most progressive leaders our country has ever seen. “Dan Abrams and David Fisher have penned a thrilling account of a nationally important trial that had profound consequences for both parties, one of whom happened to be Teddy Roosevelt,” says Gregg Tripoli, Executive Director, Onondaga Historical Association. “Abrams and Fisher have sifted through the archives to give us a courtroom seat to witness T.R. at his ‘bully’ best in this high stakes, high drama, high profile, yet so far relatively unknown, trial from our nation’s history.” About the author: DAN ABRAMS is the chief legal affairs correspondent for ABC News as well as the host of top-rated Live PD on A&E Network and The Dan Abrams Show: Where Politics Meets the Law on SiriusXM. A graduate of Columbia University Law School, he is CEO and founder of Abrams Media, which includes the Law & Crime network. He lives in New York. Photo Credit: ABC Photography Department --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steve-richards/support

The Halli Casser-Jayne Show
MICHAEL BLOOMBERG, ANTI-SEMITISM, TR ROOSEVELT, SOCIALISM, TRUMP EDITION

The Halli Casser-Jayne Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 61:03


Michael Bloomberg chooses to become a kingmaker rather than a presidential candidate…the Democrats play footsie with socialism…Rep. Ilhan Omar has an anti-Semitic problem, House Democrats open a sweeping corruption probe into Trump's world and a look at the life of Theodore Roosevelt with historian David Pietruszas and his book TR'S LAST WAR: THEODORE ROOSEVELT, THE GREAT WAR, AND A JOURNEY OF TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY and we're just beginning. Welcome to The Halli Casser-Jayne Show and our weekly political review with Halli and veteran White House correspondent Matthew Cooper this week on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show the podcast posted at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com and on all your favorite apps. As always, Halli and Matt slice and dice the week's political news. There's a lot of news and a lot of questions. Now that Michael Bloomberg is out, will former Vice President Joe Biden toss his hat into the presidential ring? Do the Democrats have an anti-Semite in their midst and what to do about Rep. Ilhan Omar?And in our second half-hour, Halli speaks with author and historian David Pietrusza about his fascinating book TR'S LAST WAR: THEODORE ROOSEVELT, THE GREAT WAR, AND A JOURNEY OF TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY, a lively, witty, take on one of America's greatest presidents. As seen through the lens of the Bull Moose, the 1916 presidential campaign, America's entry into the Great War in 1917, Woodrow Wilson's presidency, Pietrusza not only transports readers with his dramatic portraits of TR, his hated rival Wilson, and politics in wild flux, but also poignantly chronicles the horrific price a family pays in war and so much more. Michael Bloomberg as kingmaker, Jerry Nadler writes 81 letters, is Roger Stone on his way to the pokey sooner rather than later? these stories and more when journalists Halli Casser-Jayne and Matthew Cooper talk politics and Halli talks Theodore Roosevelt with author David Pietrusza on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show the podcast posted at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com, and on all your favorite apps.

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast
CD Buy | Scott Listens To Paul's Boutique | Introducing Album of the Week

Caesura: The Music Explorer's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2019 60:29


We've got some goodies lined up today: first off, we're talking about some recent purchases we made at Bull Moose in Portland (ME) a few weeks ago (which we recorded, but...they sucked, so here we are), Scott finally listens to a Beastie Boys album in full (with expected results if you listened to our last Unpopular Opinions episode), and we introduce a new segment about our respective album of the week. As always, thanks for listening! Scott's Album of the Week: Digable Planets—Blowout Comb (1994, Pendulum/EMI) JimJam's Album of the Week: Surachai—Come, Deathless (2019, BL_K Noise)

Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast
Scott Oeth From Bull Moose Patrol | JMB Podcast Episode 58

Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2019 53:05


Scott Oeth is the owner of Bull Moose Patrol, a Registered Maine Guide, a Jack Mountain Bushcraft School alumnus, a featured speaker at Canoecopia and the Outdoor Adventure Expo and a father of 3. Raised in Madison, Wisconsin and active in scouts, Scott lives with his family in the twin cities of Minnesota. In episode […]

New Books Network
David Pietrusza, “TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy” (Lyons Press, 2018)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2018 58:21


Teddy Roosevelt had one of the most colorful lives in the American history, but few have deeply explored his final years. Historian David Pietrusza does just that in TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy (Lyons Press, 2018), taking us through a period in which Roosevelt exhorts an America prone to isolationism to join the war against Germany, only for the war to take the life of one of his sons. Pietrusza tracks how Roosevelt’s alters America’s political history, abandoning his “Bull Moose” party and re-uniting the Republicans in hopes of strengthening American foreign policy. And the author chronicles Roosevelt’s heartbreak, unable to die a glorious death on the battlefield himself, but bereaved to see his son die from a policy he advocated. Pietrusza also offers evidence of a controversial theory: that a depressed Roosevelt ultimately took his own life with an overdose of morphine. Bill Scher is a Contributing Editor for POLITICO Magazine. He has provided political commentary on CNN, NPR and MSNBC. He has been published in The New York Times, The New Republic, and The New York Daily News among other publications. He is author of Wait! Don’t Move to Canada, published by Rodale in 2006. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in History
David Pietrusza, “TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy” (Lyons Press, 2018)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2018 58:33


Teddy Roosevelt had one of the most colorful lives in the American history, but few have deeply explored his final years. Historian David Pietrusza does just that in TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy (Lyons Press, 2018), taking us through a period in which Roosevelt exhorts an America prone to isolationism to join the war against Germany, only for the war to take the life of one of his sons. Pietrusza tracks how Roosevelt’s alters America’s political history, abandoning his “Bull Moose” party and re-uniting the Republicans in hopes of strengthening American foreign policy. And the author chronicles Roosevelt’s heartbreak, unable to die a glorious death on the battlefield himself, but bereaved to see his son die from a policy he advocated. Pietrusza also offers evidence of a controversial theory: that a depressed Roosevelt ultimately took his own life with an overdose of morphine. Bill Scher is a Contributing Editor for POLITICO Magazine. He has provided political commentary on CNN, NPR and MSNBC. He has been published in The New York Times, The New Republic, and The New York Daily News among other publications. He is author of Wait! Don’t Move to Canada, published by Rodale in 2006. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Military History
David Pietrusza, “TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy” (Lyons Press, 2018)

New Books in Military History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2018 58:21


Teddy Roosevelt had one of the most colorful lives in the American history, but few have deeply explored his final years. Historian David Pietrusza does just that in TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy (Lyons Press, 2018), taking us through a period in which Roosevelt exhorts an America prone to isolationism to join the war against Germany, only for the war to take the life of one of his sons. Pietrusza tracks how Roosevelt’s alters America’s political history, abandoning his “Bull Moose” party and re-uniting the Republicans in hopes of strengthening American foreign policy. And the author chronicles Roosevelt’s heartbreak, unable to die a glorious death on the battlefield himself, but bereaved to see his son die from a policy he advocated. Pietrusza also offers evidence of a controversial theory: that a depressed Roosevelt ultimately took his own life with an overdose of morphine. Bill Scher is a Contributing Editor for POLITICO Magazine. He has provided political commentary on CNN, NPR and MSNBC. He has been published in The New York Times, The New Republic, and The New York Daily News among other publications. He is author of Wait! Don’t Move to Canada, published by Rodale in 2006. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Biography
David Pietrusza, “TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy” (Lyons Press, 2018)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2018 58:21


Teddy Roosevelt had one of the most colorful lives in the American history, but few have deeply explored his final years. Historian David Pietrusza does just that in TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy (Lyons Press, 2018), taking us through a period in which Roosevelt exhorts an America prone to isolationism to join the war against Germany, only for the war to take the life of one of his sons. Pietrusza tracks how Roosevelt’s alters America’s political history, abandoning his “Bull Moose” party and re-uniting the Republicans in hopes of strengthening American foreign policy. And the author chronicles Roosevelt’s heartbreak, unable to die a glorious death on the battlefield himself, but bereaved to see his son die from a policy he advocated. Pietrusza also offers evidence of a controversial theory: that a depressed Roosevelt ultimately took his own life with an overdose of morphine. Bill Scher is a Contributing Editor for POLITICO Magazine. He has provided political commentary on CNN, NPR and MSNBC. He has been published in The New York Times, The New Republic, and The New York Daily News among other publications. He is author of Wait! Don’t Move to Canada, published by Rodale in 2006. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Studies
David Pietrusza, “TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy” (Lyons Press, 2018)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2018 58:21


Teddy Roosevelt had one of the most colorful lives in the American history, but few have deeply explored his final years. Historian David Pietrusza does just that in TR’s Last War: Theodore Roosevelt, the Great War, and a Journey of Triumph and Tragedy (Lyons Press, 2018), taking us through a period in which Roosevelt exhorts an America prone to isolationism to join the war against Germany, only for the war to take the life of one of his sons. Pietrusza tracks how Roosevelt’s alters America’s political history, abandoning his “Bull Moose” party and re-uniting the Republicans in hopes of strengthening American foreign policy. And the author chronicles Roosevelt’s heartbreak, unable to die a glorious death on the battlefield himself, but bereaved to see his son die from a policy he advocated. Pietrusza also offers evidence of a controversial theory: that a depressed Roosevelt ultimately took his own life with an overdose of morphine. Bill Scher is a Contributing Editor for POLITICO Magazine. He has provided political commentary on CNN, NPR and MSNBC. He has been published in The New York Times, The New Republic, and The New York Daily News among other publications. He is author of Wait! Don’t Move to Canada, published by Rodale in 2006. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Old Men Yell At Cloud
021 - Ænima, or: It's like 9/11, but good

Old Men Yell At Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2018 89:11


This is a milestone in a number of ways for chboys. For starters, we've reached our first repeat artist, we're covering perhaps the most expensive piece of vinyl we've yet heard, and we definitely, definitely, definitely talk about McDonald's more than any other episode. This is also our highest rated album to date. Unfortunately, we also say really horrific things. Well, mostly Patrick. And he's got a McDonald's problem, so let's attribute it to that. Also, let's all say great things about Bull Moose, our favorite record store! #bullmoose #marlboroughmcdonalds

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles
Will BULL MOOSE Trump Bolt the GOP? - TruNews 07 18 18

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2018 65:37


On today's edition of TRUNEWS, the team examines the latest seditious accusations being leveled against President Donald Trump in the wake of the recent Helsinki Summit, and host Rick Wiles offers some advice to the beleaguered leader: leave the GOP. The team also considers the possibility that an impending civil war is brewing in the nation, with the populist supporters of the president being the targets of a Deep State intelligence regime.

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles
Will BULL MOOSE Trump Bolt the GOP? - TruNews 07 18 18

TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2018 65:37


On today's edition of TRUNEWS, the team examines the latest seditious accusations being leveled against President Donald Trump in the wake of the recent Helsinki Summit, and host Rick Wiles offers some advice to the beleaguered leader: leave the GOP. The team also considers the possibility that an impending civil war is brewing in the nation, with the populist supporters of the president being the targets of a Deep State intelligence regime.

Highway Hi-Fi Podcast
RSD Bonus Episode: An Interview with Chris Brown (Episode 23)

Highway Hi-Fi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2018 87:04


Record Store Day Bonus Episode! In this episode, Ryan and Joe ramble on (and on) with Chris Brown of Bull Moose, the inventor of Record Store Day. Chris recounts the rise of RSD, where it's headed, and gives an insider perspective on record store coalitions.   The three talk about some of their favorite releases past and present.   Questions answered in this episode: Who is the Caretaker? Which Harry Nillson reissue is arguably the greatest release ever for Record Store Day? Who is considered the Leonardo DaVinci of record etching?   Huge thanks to Chris for his expertise, openness, and willing to participate in impossible trivia. 

History Unplugged Podcast
Teddy Roosevelt’s Journey Through Uncharted Amazonian Jungle

History Unplugged Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2017 7:44


Teddy Roosevelt was not afraid to tempt death. He hiked the Matterhorn during his honeymoon. He arrested outlaws on the Dakota Frontier. He hunted rhinos in Africa. But his most dangerous journey came after his failure in 1912 to retake the presidency as a third-party candidate on the Bull Moose ticket. He choose to shake off the blues in an extremely dangerous journey to South America. Roosevelt did not merely want a repeat of his African safari: a well-provisioned hunt to a foreign land that was little more than an exotic form of sight seeing. Roosevelt wanted to join the ranks of explorers who were pushing the boundaries of scientific knowledge: the arctic explorers discovering the Northwest passage or the African trekkers locating the source of the Nile River. His guide, the Brazilian explorer Col. Candido Rondon, suggested they survey the River of Doubt, an uncharted capillary of the Amazon that ran through treacherous terrain of the rainforest. Many told him the journey would end in his death. Ignoring the warnings of field naturalists with experience in the Amazon, Roosevelt said, “If it is necessary for me to leave my bones in South America, I am quite ready to do so.” Learn in this episode how he almost did. TO HELP OUT THE SHOW Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one. Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher

Robot F. Kennedy
7: Bull Moose

Robot F. Kennedy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2017 69:04


1912 was a really important year. For Progressives, it was the year that a century-long agenda was formalized as the party platform of the Bull Moose Party. It served as something of a checklist of legislative achievements that we’re still working through today. And the man that spearheaded this new agenda and a new (albeit short lived) political party? Theodore Roosevelt. What are some of the progressive victories Teddy never lived to see? What has yet to be accomplished? If TR were alive today, what are some new progressive ideas he might champion? In this episode, we discuss anarchists, World War I, an automatic minimum wage, free energy, WEED, paid family leave, and Eddie calls Nick a hippie. This is Robot F. Kennedy. SHOW NOTES: Jason Kander’s tweet: https://twitter.com/JasonKander/status/854327448137334785 “2017 isn't about Trump. It's about regular people standing up to Trump. This is the birth of a new progressive era in American history.” Progressive Party Platform of 1912: http://teachingamericanhistory.org/library/document/progressive-platform-of-1912/ “Theodore Roosevelt is every boy’s favorite president.” —Dan Carlin. Sick burn. Hardcore History 49 – The American Peril: http://www.dancarlin.com/product/hardcore-history-49-the-american-peril/ Vox.com | “The referendum that just brought Turkey closer to one-man rule, explained” http://www.vox.com/world/2017/4/17/15320350/turkey-referendum-vote-erdogan-explained Teddy Roosevelt’s New Nationalism Speech http://origin.heritage.org/initiatives/first-principles/primary-sources/teddy-roosevelts-new-nationalism Alaska Minimum Wage Increase, Ballot Measure 3 (2014) https://ballotpedia.org/Alaska_Minimum_Wage_Increase,_Ballot_Measure_3_(2014) The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2oFKnPp Recency Bias http://www.wikinvest.com/wiki/Recency_bias The beginning of a new progressive platform (aka Teddy Roosevelt: 2020) • Automatic Minimum Wage • Universal Mental Healthcare • Constitutional Right to Vote • Universal Pre-K • One Year of Paid Family Leave • An Era of Welcoming Immigrants • A 35 Hour Work Week • Right to Data, including National Broadband Infrastructure project, and intellectual property ownership of all products of a human person (intellectual and biological) • Right to Free, Clean Energy • Universal Drug Decriminalization • Free College Education • Term Limits for Supreme Court Justices

The History of the Twentieth Century
063 Like a Bull Moose

The History of the Twentieth Century

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2017 49:51


1912 saw a Presidential election campaign unlike anything Americans had known before or since. It was America's only true three-way race, with the added drama of a grudge match between two men who had recently been friends and allies.

Vinyl Emergency
Episode 44: Chris Brown of Bull Moose Records

Vinyl Emergency

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2017 63:34


A longtime employee of indie record store chain Bull Moose in the US Northeast, Chris Brown is credited with having the original idea for Record Store Day, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this April. Also known for his detailed YouTube videos for RSD fans -- often showcasing the physical releases for the first time each year -- Chris discusses the history of RSD and his annually anticipated videos, his early love for classical vinyl, playing in bands and much more! Follow him on Twitter @RealChrisBrown, and shop BullMoose.com for your next record fix!   SPONSORS: Pinwheel Records, 1722 W. 18th St. in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood; Vinyl For A Cause, promoting charitable good, one record sale at a time; Table-Turned, a new vinyl subscription service giving you your choice of genre for as low as about $12/album.   Follow @VinylEmergency on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Show questions and feedback are always welcomed at vinylemergency@gmail.com. Sign up to be a part of our LIVE audience Sat., Jan. 14th in Chicago at vinylemergency.com!

The Hunt Backcountry Podcast
009 | An Awesome, Horrible Alaskan Adventure

The Hunt Backcountry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2015 75:08


Have you ever wanted to hunt a far away place for a majestic animal? Say, Bull Moose in Alaska? That's exactly what we're discussing in this episode. BUT, sometimes the dream or anticipation of such a hunt doesn't live up to the reality of what's experienced. We talk with Steve, Lenny, and Jason about their recent Alaskan adventure and find out why it was awesome and horrible at the same time. Not only will you be entertained to hear their stories, you'll learn some valuable lessons that will help inform your future hunting plans. As always, be sure to send your questions and feedback to podcast@exomountaingear.com!

Giants of History
Theodore Roosevelt: The Bull Moose

Giants of History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2015 30:41


  Welcome back all history fans to the Giants of History Podcast!   In our ninth episode of the Theodore Roosevelt series, Roosevelt goes to head to head with Taft for the GOP nomination in pursuit of a third term as president.  But when he fails to get the nod, he heads up the Bull Moose Party, and makes a historic run for the most powerful office in the land once again.    Please visit our website at gohistorypodcast.com for more information and the complete book list used to research this program.   

Lone Star Outdoor Show
Steven Rinella on All Things Optics and A Bull Moose Charge, Coastal Fly Fishing With Costa Pro Captain Scott Sommerlatte

Lone Star Outdoor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2014


We get things going this week by talking coastal fly fishing with longtime Texas guide and Costa Del Mar Pro Captain Scott Sommerlatte. Scott specializes in sight casting to big bull reds in shallow water. He tells us what to look for when trying to locate early summer redfish as well as what fly patterns [...]

Lone Star Outdoor Show
Steven Rinella on All Things Optics and A Bull Moose Charge, Coastal Fly Fishing With Costa Pro Captain Scott Sommerlatte

Lone Star Outdoor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2014


We get things going this week by talking coastal fly fishing with longtime Texas guide and Costa Del Mar Pro Captain Scott Sommerlatte. Scott specializes in sight casting to big bull reds in shallow water. He tells us what to look for when trying to locate early summer redfish as well as what fly patterns [...]

Ramjack
Episode 74 - Ramjack: Stranded in the River of Doubt

Ramjack

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2011 92:33