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Our hero Red and his Pokémon have reached the small infamous town of Lavender. As Red seeks shelter from a storm he meets an old man named Mr. Fuji who tells Red about the ghosts of Pokémon Tower. But Red also finds out the his rival Blue has gone missing and now it's up to him to find him! Join us today for this creepy start of an epic 2-parter!Intro and Outro music: Lavender Town: Depressive Mix | Pokémon R/G/B/Y by Zame!Check out his music at: https://www.patreon.com/m/932797/postshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oL4uM5x_Dsg
David is humble and borderline shy about his accomplishments, yet certain and fiercely focused on his missions in life. His passion to achieve greatness in the entertainment industry became clear to him a long time ago while finishing up a tour of duty in the Marine Corps, Recon Unit attached to a Navy Seals unit in the "Desert Storm" war. After his enlistment and Literally digging his boots through the hot sands of IRAQ. He spent a year there only seeing 4 actual days of Combat. While ducking and dodging bullets in the Persian Gulf, he held onto to his dream of one day becoming a successful actor, it was this vision that carried him through. Upon returning to Los Angeles, David's big break came when he was scouted from an acting workshop taught by Chip Fields, mother of "Gimme a Break" and "Living Single" star Kim Fields. One role lead to another and David was on his way. In the tradition of his favorites, Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, Delroy Lindo, and Johnny Depp, David, in Just a few Short Years has manage to consecutively grace the TV screen of some heavy weight projects, such as Lost, 24, CSI, Law and Order, NYPD Blue, The Guardian, Moesha, Clueless, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and as a regular on the CW's The Parenthood, just to name of few. As a Producer/Director David looks to Follow his idols such as Heavy weights Jerry Bruckheimer, Ridley Scott, Michael Bay, Steven Spielberg, Christopher Nolan, Francis Ford Coppola, Antione Fuqua, and Spike Lee.
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Transcription:Intro 00:03Welcome to changing the rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best lives, and advice on how you can achieve that too. Join us with your lively host, Ray Loewe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Patrick Reynolds 00:11Good morning, everybody, and welcome to changing the rules and we have an incredible guest with us today. But before we let him on the air, I want to give you a little background, you know, we try every week to interview one of the luckiest people in the world. And the luckiest people in the world are those people who don't let everybody else control their lives, they figure out what they want, and they somehow figure a way to go do it. And you're gonna see how our guest meets those specs today. And the other thing I wanted to comment on is the name of our show is changing the rules. And the reason for that is all through our lives were given rules by everybody. Okay? When you start, your parents give you a set of rules. And then the schools give you a set of rules, and the Church gives you a set of rules and your boss gives you a set of rules. Before you know it, you got so many rules. And What rules do is two things. They tell you have to do this, or you can't do this. So the people who are independent and who become the luckiest people in the world have found a great way of changing the rules so that they get the freedom to be themselves. And today we have with us a young man, Patrick Reynolds, who is I think the best way to describe him is a historical cartoonist. So Patrick, say hello. And you can tell me that I was wrong and how he described you. Oh, hello, Ray. That's kind of accurate. I have a cartoonist that does historical subjects of places or people that you've never heard of. Or if you're familiar with them, something about them that's never known.Ray Loewe02:01So you found the interesting way of doing things. So you weren't always free to be you though. Warrior. Correct. So let's go back a little bit. When you are early in your life, you realize you had this flair for cartooning? Is that correct? Right. When I was a kid, and you developed it and when you had a chance to go to college or trade school, or whatever it is. You went to learn how to be a better cartoonist first.Patrick Reynolds 02:27I wanted to be an artist. And my hobby was artwork, okay. It would be great if I can make a living out of my hobby. So I made that decision to be an artist and I had a mentor, if you will in my hometown, who was a very accomplished artist, and I asked what's the best art school in our country? I can go to what I'm missing a beat. He says Pratt Institute, little known to me that is in the middle of Brooklyn, New York right next to the Bet Sty neighborhood. Okay. But you got through that you live through the experience. Okay, so, so early in your life. Okay. When you came out of Pratt, what did you do? I became an art director for an advertising agency in Scranton. It was sort of like getting my master's degree if you will. There's the whole thing. We can't hire you unless you have experience. So how can I get experienced? So this was it. So I stayed there a year and then I became an art director at an ad agency in Harrisburg. And I worked there for a year and then finally, the draft board caught up with me and says, you're not getting any more deferments. You have two months to make a decision. Otherwise, we will draft you. So I went in the army.Ray Loewe03:49Okay. And interesting. You were in intelligence in the army. Correct, Right. And it tells you something about cartoonists, doesn't it? And, you did some really interesting things. You did some aerial surveillance, and, you know, make a long story short, I understand you want up to the Bronze Star. I understand you left the Army Reserves as a retired Lieutenant Colonel. Right. Right. So this was a big part of your life. And I know you were telling me some stories when we were kind of prepping for this about how you actually wound up doing some drawing while you were doing this stuff. And, putting Mickey Mouse's on the flags just to keep yourself entertained and stuff like that. But rather than spending time there, I want to go on because I think the rest of your career was just absolutely phenomenal. I don't want to spend the time there. So you left the army. Right, and what did you do?Patrick Reynolds 04:45I got a job as an artist up in Schenectady for General Electric. I always want to say generous electric But General Electric. And that got me back on my feet in the art business. This. And from there, I became advertising manager of the host farm here in Lancaster. That's how I ended up in Lancaster.Ray Loewe05:08Okay, now I understand host farm is significant because you learned two things there that took over your career, right?Patrick Reynolds 05:16Oh, well really one thing from the my boss, I still have to make up the rate brochures to tell what it will cost to stay there for at a particular holiday. And I would add matchups and what's going to cost with the type of room. And then I would get it printed out and bring it to my boss, the manager. And he'd look at it. And he'd say, I want price to visit idiot-proof. idiot-proof, what are you talking about? He says, I want it so that any idiot can look at this and not have any questions, they'll understand everything you're trying to tell them. And that became one of the keys to my writing style. Okay. And there was something else that came out of there a while ago, I'm not going to match it up correctly. But it had to do something you didn't know, oh, I worked for the after I worked for host farm, I got a job as the public relations Information Specialist for the state tourism bureau where we promoted tours around the country. And I would look at what other states are doing. And I figured I want to do what they're not doing. And 1973-74 Halloween time. And I came up with a concept of, of a tour of haunted places in the state of haunted places you can visit. And the story got picked up by the New York Daily News front page of their travel section. And a couple of months later, I met the editor of the Travel section. I said what did I do, right? And he says, you told me something I didn't know. So when I came up with my cartoons, I decided to do with a one on Pennsylvania. And it would consist of stories from history that people never heard of, or even thought about.Ray Loewe07:17So here we are, we're doing something we didn't know. And the cartoons gave you a medium to make them idiot-proof. Right? Well, welcome to your own world, Patrick. So this led you on a career so so go back. And there was a point in time when you took off on your own because I think you got fed up with the bureaucracy. And you had this creativity that you wanted to run but I think you told me a story of that dealt with the bicentennial. And taking off to Boston and seeing something about Yankee something or other in the newspaper. So amplifying in that.Patrick Reynolds 07:57I was a member of the Society of America travel writers. And we had our convention in 1975 in several cities, and one of the first one was Boston. And on Sunday morning, right after the that previous Saturday night, I was in my hotel room and I watched this TV show you just came on Saturday Night Live 1975. Anyway, the next morning, I pick up the Boston Globe, and they had a cartoon, it was on their front page called Yankee almanac. It was a whimsical treatment of Massachusetts Bay Colony history for back in the 1600. And I said that is the coolest idea ever seen, I could do something like that for Pennsylvania. And at the time I was bucking for promotion to be our director of my bureau. At the time, I had delusions of grandeur. And so I did three of them. And one of them had to do with the July 3 and three significant events and PA and places that you would visit such as Gettysburg. Another one was on the mammoth fossil found in Pennsylvania, which is on display at the State Museum, on and on. So I did these three gave them to the higher up and didn't hear from them. And then what they did was they hired a guy from Virginia for the job that I wanted. And I thought I'm not long for this job. So he came to me and said, the powers that be were impressed by your comic strips, how long is it going to take to do one of them things? I said to myself, I'm not going to give this to the state. I'm keeping this for me. So I said four days a week, you know, wow, that's a lot to do. I said, Look, you're the boss. I'm going to do what you direct me to do and what you want done, I said but I'd like to do this on my own time. Therefore, I'd like you to get a letter of understanding from the powers that be that I can do this on my own time and sell it to the newspapers. And next day come back with a letter of understanding. And that's how it started. For there, I marketed to all the newspapers, I can in the state, I ended up getting picked up by 20 newspapers. But none of them were in Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, one of these papers now became a Pittsburgh paper. But that was long, many long years later. So I did that for a couple of years. But still, I got I had time. Oh, after that cartoon started, it took me two years to leave my state job, because I came out with books on it. And the books sold fantastically, which I printed myself, by the way. And so after two years, I forgot I could make this on my own. So now you emerge as one of the luckiest people in the world. Right? Exactly. Because now you're doing your passion. Right. And there are two passions that I detect. One is cartooning. And the other is these historic events that you pick up. And you can make come to life for people, right? As if you're there. And you could do this and figure out how to get paid for it without putting up with the bureaucracy of the state of Pennsylvania, or somewhere. Exactly. Great. All right. So now we know why you were dealing with the luckiest people in the world. So over the years, what are some of the best topics that you uncovered? You mentioned the haunted houses, but what are some of the other ones that you found fascinating that you were able to turn into comics so that everybody could understand they were idiot-proof? And we tell people something new? Right, right. Well, sometimes I try to tie them in with a current event. For example, January 6, last year, the raid on the US Capitol, I got an idea of a different type of a mass gathering in Washington, one of the first ones and that was the Bonus Army that took place in 1932. What the bonus was, was Congress passed an act in 1924. That gave a bonus to every soldier that served in World War One. And that bonus was going to be paid in 1946. So at the time, in the 1920s, people were making a living, it was a great time. And then the Depression hit. Now, half these veterans, several million of them are destitute, their farms are being repossessed by the banks. So Washington had to do something. We need that money now not 1946. So Wright Patman from Texas voted in favor of it, but no one went along with it. The House passed, the Senate wouldn't. So a couple of guys, one guy in particular in Oregon, decided to march on Washington. So how are they gonna get that had no money. So what they did was they hitchhiked or they hop on freight trains. And they got as far as and this made the news. So other veterans from the rest of the country said we're gonna do the same thing. So they started hitchhiking and train hopping, trying all converging on Washington, DC, eventually, 20,000 veterans showed up and waited for the pressured Congress to and they're very organized, by the way, since these are military. And we're gonna stay. The chief of police got them to stay in some of the abandoned buildings on Pennsylvania Avenue because PA Avenue was being rebuilt. So what it looks like today. So where do you find this stuff? I read a lot. Okay, read a whole lot. And by the way, I've been doing this long before the way hadn't Google and stuff like that. Okay, so give me another example. So that's something I didn't know. Okay. And I think I understand it. So give me something else. Well, I got I gotta tell you the kicker on the Bonus Army, okay. They Congress voted against it. And it was dead. So half the veterans left DC the other half stayed there. And most a lot of them settled in in camps, and Anacostia, which is across the Anacostia River, and, and several many 1000s were there and he built their own shacks. Some of them lived out of their own jalopy cars. And when they refused to leave, President Hoover gave the word to his Chief of Staff, General Douglas MacArthur to get rid of them, and General MacArthur along with his, Adjutant Major Dwight Eisenhower, when it's action, and they organize the two troops of squadrons of cavalry, and a one, two battalions of infantry to march down Pennsylvania Avenue and just kick everybody out. The infantry carried tear gas. The cavalry carried sabers. Commanding one of the squadrons was Captain George Patton. They eradicated everybody and he ended up burning all or setting fire to all the stuff at Anacostia. So it ended in a disaster. And when this hits the news, Franklin Roosevelt in his home in Hyde Park was the Democratic candidate for president that year. He just sat there told his aide, we don't have to campaign anymore. Wow, just lost it. Wow. So this is the core kind of story that you tried to tell in your publications. Is that right? Right, right. Okay. So, unfortunately, we're getting near the end of our time, and I want to hit something because you're kind of at the end of your publication experience. You told me you're going to retire. I don't believe that. But we'll assume that you're correct for the moment. What are you going to do and writing about your life and your history? And you I think you said that we're for events, you're gonna have to give us a short version here. But go ahead. My editors asked me the question, are you gonna do a special goodbye, and I says, Look, I not only write history, but I've lived through force. I consider four significant events in American history. The first one, I was a senior at Pratt, I was given a freelance job to help this woman in her business. Her name was Melee Dufty, a renowned civil rights leader, who owned a booking company for burlesque acts in black burlesque theaters across the country. And she needed someone to work on her book, which is a page-by-page bio of each person, I had to do the lettering on it. So I can free her up so she can make phone calls all over the country to bus companies. And these bus companies were gonna meet at churches, black churches throughout the country, and carry people to Washington DC for the 1963 march on Washington. At one point, I asked her the dumbest question in my life. I said, Do you think you're gonna get many people to show up? She says you'll see. And that summer 1000s I think over a million people showed up to listen to Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream speech. Then during when I was in the Army active duty to participate in the Tet offensive of 1968. As a reservist in the army, I was activated to my company was activated that I commanded to take part in the rescue mission of from Agnes, the Agnes flood that day to Pennsylvania. And the last one was after the TMI accidents. I got a phone call from the public relations director of TMI. That's Three Mile Island Right Three Mile Island, the nuclear plants. And the what happened was the nuke the core of the one reactor virtually melted. And he called me and he says, are you comfortable with coming onto TMI? I said are you going to pay me? I'll be there. The job I had was to interpret engineer schematics, which I had experience in before, and making them into illustrations of these tools that they're going to use to break apart the core, and then pick up the pieces. I did maybe a dozen of these things. And they made a video out of it. And they never used the video because they've decided not to go into the core at all. So there's the fourth TMI accident.Ray Loewe19:21Okay, so amazing. Okay. And, you know, all I can say is welcome to the world of the luckiest people in the world. You're there, okay? We're going to have to do an encore to this because I just see the list of stories here. You can go on and on and on forever, probably. And I think the lesson that we hope people learn is, you know when you get frustrated in your career, you know, think find that key, find how you can use your passion and go off and become one of the luckiest people in the world. And, Patrick, thanks so much for being here. And Luke, sign us off and we'll see everybody next week. weekOutro 20:03thank you for listening to changing the rules. Join us next week for more conversation, our special guest, and to hear more from the luckiest guy in the world.
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Boss! The Pod, The Pod! If you think we are travelling to a beautiful holiday paradise, hanging with Tattoo, and making someone’s dreams come true… guess what, that ship sailed like three seasons ago, apparently. You see, walking into Fantasy Island, knowing very little about it – the Somethings learn quite a bit about what it means to have your dreams come true. Also what its like to build a woman out of a dress mannequin. Also, a lesson about surrogacy from Charo. What the hell is this show?! Find out next on The End: Fantasy Island Ok, here we deplane… Full Episode
We're talking Saturday Morning Cartoons on this episode of the Fan2Fan Podcast! In part three, hosts Bernie and Pete along with returning guest Allen continue discussing what Saturday mornings meant to them as kids. GI Joe, Thundercats, TMNT, Garfield, Godzilla, Scooby Doo, Jonny Quest, and more! They pick from animated classics and forgotten gems from the 1970s through the 1990s as they put together their ideal Saturday morning cartoon lineups. For more info about the Fan2Fan Podcast, visit: https://linktr.ee/fan2fan
Thank You for celebrating Pride Month 2022 with your friends @ BNB. Over the next two weeks we'll have several episodes exploring elements of LGBTQ+ Pride throughout the Avatarverse. Week 2 focuses on Avatar , and we continue today with one of our all time favorite returning guests, the fantastic Cameron Feuerhelm! Stay Tuined for more Pride themed episodes dropping tomorrow and Thursday. AND A HUGE THANK YOU to Everyone Who Listened to Seasons 1-5 and has supported us here on our very own feed! Intro/Bumper/Outro Music : ("Redilg" by nARK) Produced By : Noah Blanchard Follow Sunshine & Ben On Instagram : @mayfieldja & @nebfabulous , Twitter : @Mr_Sun_Shine & @nebfabulous Send Feedback : email@example.com
Woogity woogity woogity! This week, Lindsay and Halle talk about the 1999 Nickelodeon cartoon, Rocket Power. That's right, it's time to chat about a bunch of 9-year-old kids who run around unsupervised on the beach and play extreme sports. (If the shows holds up is another matter entirely...) Don't forget to stick around for Lindsay and Halle's modern obsessions! This week... Lindsay was obsessing over Love, Death & Robots
This week on Because Nerd, we are taking a look at just what the heck is up with GI Joe vehicle designs?? Got a lawnmower... put a flamethrower on it! Got a porta-john... how about adding wheels and spray hose!! Seriously, who is coming up with these and who is giving them the greenlight?? It's time to get to the bottom of these burning questions on this episode of Because Nerd!!!
Episode 62 of the 'Round The Archives' podcast sees us pay tribute to the late Barry Cryer. Michael Seely returns to discuss 'Star Maidens', then Paul & Nick talk about 'The Hitch-Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy'. Finally, Andrew and Lisa remember the work of the late Peter Bowles. That's all in Episode 62 of 'Round The Archives' starring Lisa Parker, Andrew Trowbridge, Michael Seely, Paul Chandler and Nick Goodman. The 'Round The Archives' Cartoon and Essay collections are available on Lulu.com.
L Ray from The 10 Cent Beer Knight Podcast joins Casey on this LIVE episode to talk about The Best Cartoons of The 80s & 90s.https://www.facebook.com/10-Cent-Beer...https://www.facebook.com/groups/26414...https://www.theden.showhttps://www.deluxeedition.showSupport the show
Black Dynamite is a movie about a former CIA agent named Black Dynamite, who must avenge his brother's death while cleaning the streets of a new drug that is ravaging the community. The film is a parody of and homage to the blaxploitation genre and its era. Michael Jai White and Scott Sanders directed this 2009 film that is a parody of and homage to the blaxploitation genre and its era. We talk about the intentional errors, the martial arts, the greatest presidential fight ever and the animated spinoff that it spawned. Do you need Geeky T-shirts, Posters, Socks and other Geeky Collectables? Come get your Nerd Kung Fu on! This is another way to support the podcast https://www.nerdkungfu.com/?rfsn=6636221.30ef1b --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversations about.../support
As we are fast approaching the return of the GARP, we have one last episode for you. We finally decide to review a current anime that just wrapped its first season. We talk about the critical... Visit www.ssaapodcast.com for the full notes
Bobby the Barbarian wants revenge after Venger injures Uni the Unicorn. The kids seek Tiamat's help in the Dragon's Graveyard. Only there can they defeat Venger once and for all. But what is the price of “defeating him”? Will they go through with it? Find out on this week's In the 'Verse podcast. FireflyDrinkingSongs.com. SHOW TIMES - Upcoming Shows, Marc and Mikey News - 5-Minute Plot Synopsis / Show Discussion - This Week's Songs SHOW NOTES MARC: Welcome to In The Verse, the podcast that makes music inspired by popular media. I am Marc Gunn, the creator of the Firefly Drinking Songs show and host of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. MIKEY: And I'm Mikey Mason, creator of the Beer Powered Time Machine Podcast and currently the MIKEYtalks podcast. MARC: This is episode FOUR of our new 10 episode season of the In The Verse Podcast. Mikey: Since we ran out of episodes of Firefly to discuss and write about, we'll be finding inspiration in episodes of other media; TV shows, Comic Books, Cartoons, but probably not video games. MARC: As always, you can support us in this and other creative endeavors by supporting Mikey athttp://patreon.com/mikeymason/ MIKEY: And by supporting Marc at http://patreon.com/celtfather UPCOMING SHOWS & NEWS MARC GUNN MAY 20: Ironshield Brewing in Lawrenceville, GA @ 7:00 – 10:00 PM. MAY 28: The Lost Druid, Avondale Estates, GA @ 6:00 – 9:00 PM JUN 4-11: Celtic Invasion of Loch Lomond, Scotland JUN 24-25: Magic City Con, Birmingham, AL JUL 1-4: InConjunction, Indianapolis, IN AUG 4-7: Gen Con, Indianapolis, IN. Get tickets now! EVERY WEDS, Coffee with The Celtfather @ 11 AM ET. Returns in August. MIKEY MASON Monthly online shows. May's monthly online show is set for Friday, May 20th at 8pm EST at Twitch dot tv slash comedyrockgeek. June 3-5 ConCarolinas, Charlotte, NC June 10-11 - Origins Game Fair, Columbus, OH June 16-20 - Fear the Con 2022, St. Louis, MO June 24-26 - Anime Festival Wichita, Wichita, KS July 1 - The Fickle Peach, Muncie, IN July 15-17 - PhoenixCon, Appleton, WI July 29 - The Fickle Peach, Muncie, IN AUG 4-7: Gen Con, Indianapolis, IN. Get tickets now! BAND NEWS Marc: New Star Wars video. New singles, incl. Favor of a Dance coming in June. Pub Songs & Stories is changing to a monthly show with new MP3s from episodes released, plus one private show. Added song lyrics to Spotify. New Album Pins. Working on two albums for this year and a Kickstarter. Mikey: My Patreon patrons are still getting a new song EVERY Monday - that's 52 songs a year for as little as $1/month (though you're perfectly welcome to pledge more, if you can afford it and want to!) & MIKEYtalks podcast. PLOT SYNOPSIS & DISCUSSION MIKEY - Hank, Bobby, Eric, Presto, Diana, Sheila, and Uni. Dungeons & Dragons is an American animated television series based on TSR's Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. A co-production of Marvel Productions and TSR, the show originally ran from 1983 through 1985 for three seasons on CBS for a total of twenty-seven episodes. The Japanese company Toei Animation did the animation for the series. The show focused on a group of six friends who are transported into the titular realm and followed their adventures as they tried to find a way home with the help of their guide the Dungeon Master. A final unproduced episode would have served as both a conclusion to the story as well as a re-imagining of the show had the series been picked up for a fourth season; however, the show was canceled before the episode was made. The script has since been published online and was performed as an audio drama as a special feature for the BCI Eclipse DVD edition of the series. Watch “The Dragon's Graveyard” on YouTube. Watch “Requiem”, the final unreleased episode. THIS WEEK'S SONGS "Dragon's Graveyard (Sister, Sister)" by Marc Gun "Birthright" by Mikey Mason THANK YOU PATRONS Mikey: Marc and I make our living as full-time musicians. We love creating this podcast and sharing our music for you. But it would be near impossible to release as much great music and podcasts if it wasn't for the generosity of people just like you. Marc: So if you enjoyed this show, please support what you love. Your generosity pays for the production and promotion of our music and this podcast. Mikey: Thank you so so much to the amazing Patreon patrons who help keep the music being made, especially Ora M., Rev Chris Adotta Smith, Drk Unicorn, Amy Stuart, Michael Khandelwal, Josh Logan, Ame Morris, Les Howard, Brian Jackey, Jon Haight, John R Woollard. Scot Mealy, Scott & Melanie Wienhusen, Jeremy D Jackson and Jennifer Lewis Marc: I am extremely grateful to everyone who supports my Gunn Runners Club on Patreon. You are all so generous with your support. Thanks to my newest Patron: Ivan MacKillop, Don Rice, Antonya Pickard I also want to thank each of these top-tiered incredible patrons: Not Higgins, C.J. Taylor, Sarah Crockett, Bill Mandeville, William McKissack, Brian Morin, Carol Baril, Kurt Goodyear, Miranda Nelson, Jan Czenkusch, Luke Miller, Josh Brown, James ODell, Eric Ray, Les Howard, Scott & Melanie Wienhusen, Tim M. O'Brien WHAT'S NEXT? The Shepherd's Tale CLOSING NOTES Marc: Thanks so much for listening. You can download many of our songs when you sign up on our Patreon pages. Find out more about Marc Gunn and Mikey Mason and how to support our music on Patreon. Mikey: We would love your comments, suggestions, songs and lyrics or links to videos to share in the next show. Use the hashtag #InTheVerse. You can post them on the Blue Sun Tour Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org Marc: In the ‘Verse was produced by Marc Gunn and Mikey Mason. 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Thank You for celebrating Pride Month 2022 with your friends @ BNB. Over the next two weeks we'll have several episodes exploring elements of LGBTQ+ Pride throughout the Avatarverse. Week 1 focuses on The Dragon Prince, and we continue today with one of the amazing creatives behind The Dragon Prince, Lead Writer at Wonderstorm, Devon Giehl. Stay Tuined for more Pride themed episodes dropping next week. AND A HUGE THANK YOU to Everyone Who Listened to Seasons 1-5 and has supported us here on our very own feed! Intro/Bumper/Outro Music : ("Aames" by nARK) Produced By : Noah Blanchard Follow Sunshine & Ben On Instagram : @mayfieldja & @nebfabulous , Twitter : @Mr_Sun_Shine & @nebfabulous Send Feedback : email@example.com
No, that's not a typo, because we're talking about that family of bears from our childhoods! Will leads Lucas through the detailed history of the Berenstain Bears franchise, including the books, other cartoon adaptations, why you may not see it as much anymore, and yes, why people seem to remember them as the "Berenstein" Bears. For the full discussion, subscribe to our Patreon and gain access to the episode plus dozens more on PBS Kids classics...