We watched this movie, and three words came to mind--*Florida Evans Voice* DAMN, DAMN, DAMN. Listen to us drag, and talk about drag, as we review the 2018 horror anthology film “Tales from the Hood 2,” Co-Directed by Darin Scott and Randy Cundieff.________________________Join our Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/thescifisigh?ltclid=74dee16e-c704-48b4-a577-240e80313ce7________________________Subscribe to our YouTube Channel-Wild, Wild Love:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9GIA4uF409uBzC-YXf-RQw
Diamond Dallas Page, three time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, calls into the studio to talk about his epic feud with Macho Man Randy Savage, DDP Yoga, and rehabbing Jake the Snake Roberts. Watch out for the Diamond Cutter...BANG! (PART 1)
This week I am talking to fellow podcaster and Suicide Squad of Podcasting member, Jawanda. Jawanda is the 1/3 of the UNestablished Podcast. What started out as a discussion about establishing new traditions as a new couple (Jawanda recently got married) turned into conversation about Christmas, how her and EJ are as a couple, and just an overall enjoyable conversation. Plus, Jawanda who is an avid listener to the show tells me why she thinks I am a big flirt. And of course, we take 'em to school as "Professor" Constance & "Dean" DAMN tell you how to do what it do and stretch that dollar during DAMN University. All of this and so much more...It's About DAMN Time! Follow Jawanda on IG→ https://www.instagram.com/drdavis07/ (here) Follow UNestablished Podcast on IG → https://www.instagram.com/unestablishedpodcast/ (here) and you can follow me on FB, Twitter, IG, & more https://direct.me/itsaboutdamntimepod (@ItsAboutDamnTimePod) Need answers? Email questions for Damn University at https://my.captivate.fm/ItsAboutDAMNTimePod@gmail.com (ItsAboutDAMNTimePod@gmail.com ) Buy Limited Edition Pink Damn University Merch now available click link → https://my-store-baeb94.creator-spring.com/ (Here) For more blogs, pods, and digital content go to https://my.captivate.fm/www.DaWholeDamnShow.com (DaWholeDamnShow.com )
On this episode Martel goes on a tangent about the price of chicken. Plus Martel and Crystal is talking about the government and how none of them are for the middle class. All this and more on this episode of Same Cast Different Day Podcast. --- 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/same-cast-different-day/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/same-cast-different-day/support
What is UP babes! I'm back and sharing what's been happening in my absence the last few months.. & with that, we're speaking about navigating through hardships - and why learning to release resistance, and truly surrender is where your power lies. I hope this serves you. Damn it feels good to be back! Let's connect on instagram : https://www.instagram.com/prosperity_babe/
Matthias Barker (@matthiasjbarker), one of the most popular and impactful therapists on social media today with over 2M followers, hops aboard the Train to give us all some golf therapy. Why do certain shots bother us more than others, where does embarrassment actually come from, how do we change an unproductive mental state to a more helpful one, and so so much more. If golf has recently beat you down and left you feeling hopeless, this conversation is a must listen. PAR TRAIN LISTENER EXCLUSIVE: Need a new quarter zip or hoodie for some brisk fall golf? Get 15% the best fitting performance golf apparel in the game with this link bit.ly/3myURyP and you'll never wear anything other than Rhoback again.
Welcome to the internal monologue of Jacob Black's head episodes. In this first one, Emily and Maren follow Jacob around as he yells and fights with everyone in his life who loves him (and doesn't quite love him). It's a difficult time for Jacob Black, and we are here for the drama. Thanks for listening! Shop our Merch Store! Etsy.com/shop/RememberTwilight Follow the podcast on Facebook Facebook.com/RememberTwilightPodcast and Instagram Instagram.com/RememberTwilightPodcast Email Maren and Emily at RememberTwilightPodcast@gmail.com Leave a Voice Message! Anchor.fm/RememberTwilight/Message You can also join the Remember Twilight? Patreon for even more Twilight Talk and exclusive content! https://www.patreon.com/RememberTwilight Theme song covered by Cherish Varlack and written by Will Saxton. Thank you so much for listening, see you next Sunday!
We discuss the Mercury/Sky WNBA Finals matchup and who we think will win it all! S/O to Darrin on the BOLD prediction on both teams making it to the finals. we discuss Tyson/Fury III, and how Wilder couldn't execute and got KO'd. We also briefly discuss the MLB playoffs thus far. Lastly, we go thru wk 6 of College football and it was a damn good weekend! Ole Miss/Arkansas put on a scorcher, but being greedy cost Arkansas the game. Iowa and Kentucky continue to have awesome seasons. Oklahoma overcomes 21pt deficit to beat Texas in the Red river Rivalry in a thriller with backup Caleb Williams leading the charge after a Rattler injury. BYU are frauds. And lets give it up to the Aggies and Jimbo fisher, dethroning Sabah and #1 Alabama, as Fisher is the 1st former Saban assistant to defeat the sensei. Tune in when you can! #collegefootball #alabama #oklahoma #aggies #iowahawkeyes #nicksaban #mlb #football #baseball #basketball #wnba #chicagosky #phoenixmercury #brittneygriner #dianataurasi #candaceparker #vandersloot #kahleahcopper #redsox #astros #giants #tysonfury #deontaywilder --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Is hip hop evolving beyond it's regular homophobic and misogynistic rigamarole? We damn sure hope so! On this episode, we discuss Kid Kenn being the first openly gay rapper in this year's BET Hip-Hop Cypher and how his presence and others like him could change the rap game for good [32:37]. During Dumpster Dive, we throw away Dave Chapelle, turns out it was just Clayton Bigsby in a Dave Chappelle costume [6:19]! For SWYD, we debate what we'd do to get superhuman abilities [24:09]. Finally for WIYR, we share what we've been listening to from Victoria Monét to the pregnant lady album [73:30]!Be sure to follow us on IG, Twitter, and TikTok: @TrumorRoomPod! New episodes every other Saturday!Intro Music by backgrnd
Hammer, Rob Kendall, & Producer TKW share "on this day" in history, anniversaries, celebrity birthdays, cover songs, and other things that might have you saying, "Damn, I'm Old!" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last month, the U.S. Census Bureau put out its annual snapshot of income, poverty, and health insurance in the United States—which serves as something of an annual report card on the economic well-being of America's families. One of the most significant takeaways was the effectiveness of government relief at keeping people above the federal poverty line last year at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic: according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 53 million more Americans would have been officially poor in 2020 if not for a critical assembly of pandemic-related economic relief measures, from stimulus payments to boosts in jobless benefits, food assistance, medical coverage, and more. But while it's always good news to see the enactment of public policies that measurably move the needle on poverty and hardship, a growing number of antipoverty researchers and advocates are raising a fundamental question: What good are these kinds of data if the way the United States defines poverty doesn't bear any resemblance to the cost of a basic standard of living in the nation today? Likewise, when policymakers and elected officials commit to cutting poverty—or better, ending poverty—what are our leaders accountable to if the nation's official definition of poverty amounts to just a fraction of what human dignity and economic stability require? So, to pull back the curtain on how the United States measures poverty, the problems with the official poverty measure, and the push to reform U.S. poverty measurement, Rebecca sat down with three colleagues and friends who know a ton about measuring poverty to talk about how we can do better and why it matters so much: Shawn Fremstad, senior fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research, CEPR, and author of a recent report for TCF, “The Defining Down of Economic Deprivation: Why We Need to Reset the Poverty Line”; Shailly Gupta Barnes, policy director for the Poor People's Campaign and the Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice, which is committed to building a movement to end poverty, led by the poor; and David Brady, professor, School of Public Policy, University of California-Riverside and a research professor at the WZB Berlin Sociadmvl Science Center—and author of another report in the same TCF series, “American Poverty Should Be Measured Relative to the Prevailing Standards of Our Time.” For more on all this: Dig into Shawn's report on why the U.S. poverty line is too damn low: “The Defining Down of Economic Deprivation: Why We Need to Reset the Poverty Line.” For more on the case for shifting to a relative poverty measure, check out David's report: “American Poverty Should Be Measured Relative to the Prevailing Standards of Our Time.” And here's lots more about the Poor People's Campaign's demands and why they're challenging the OPM.
Right here, Chance! Sorry for the hiatus everyone. Were back and Katie drops by for the Triumvirate. Taint v Gooch, Arnold Schwarzenegger. bear Pee, john Gruden, Dave Chappelle, Bowel Movements. What more do you want?
On the heels of the University of Wisconsin-Madison selectively enforcing their COVID “policy” requiring speakers to wear masks, Senator Ted Cruz and Michael Knowles say enough is enough. Now, they are UW-Madison adjacent and going live on the first stop of the 2021 Young America's Foundation campus tour. Tonight, the Senator and Michael bring… wait for it… something OTHER than the campus-mandated leftist views to hundreds of thousands of people across America. If there's one thing we have to say tonight, it's this—screw your arbitrary, tyrannical, anti-science, rules UW-Madison. Get more politics, more mailbag, more cactus, and more Verdict with the new all-access subscription, Verdict+. Use promo code LIVE for a one-month, risk-free trial: http://verdictwithtedcruz.com/plus. You asked, we answered. Verdict merch is HERE! Snag your exclusive Verdict swag and get 10% off your entire order with promo code LIVE at checkout: http://shop.verdictwithtedcruz.com.
Should you try to reenact your sport in the gym? If you're a quarterback... Is throwing a 10-20lb dumbbell the same way you throw a football beneficial? Is more movement or less movement functional?I dive into the do's and don'ts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whiskey-wine-and-spine/message
Episode 120: Discussing the documentary and story of 'Jihad Jane' the first convicted American Born Muslim Terrorist with Stephanie Flynn ( @StephanieMFlynn ). #TimeKillerPodcast #JihadJane #Terrorism Buy My Album: https://tinyurl.com/d6ejbhdx Patreon: https://tinyurl.com/4h7hc2ky Web-Site: https://tinyurl.com/3ws8n39f Twitter: https://tinyurl.com/7kpsva4x Facebook: https://tinyurl.com/d7zku893 Tik-Tok: https://tinyurl.com/ys3cn8wj http://www.YouTube.com/AlfredComedy http://www.instagram.com/alfredcarcieri/ The Time Killer Podcast is where stand-up comedian Alfred Carcieri goes over news of the day and all the things he read to kill time lately. Quick takes on recent news stories and fast deep dives on weird stories from history. Follow Stephanie, Damn it! https://twitter.com/stephaniemflynn https://www.instagram.com/stephaniemflynn
Welcome to unfiltered conversations, right here on Jazz Unfiltered podcast. On today's episode Jazz is joined by Rae, owner of Legendary Rootz. Join the conversation as they discuss a range of topics from accountability to re-learning yourself.
David and Michelle talk about tenacity and not giving up in the face of emotion-laced unexpected outcomes. If you're easily defeated, it only means you are easy to give up. Feeling like the world owns your ass? Well, guess what.... it's your fault. Listen to today's story for a true to life pro-tip way of handling a difficult situation where the majority of people would have failed. Every day offers a lesson. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/red-kite-movement/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/red-kite-movement/support
WagerTalk's trio of college football betting experts has returned for another season of The Best Damn College Football Show. Join Drew Martin, Rob Veno and Ralph Michaels as we preview the marquee matchups for Week 7 of the college football season. LSU upset Florida as a 23-point underdog in Gainesville last season. Does Coach O have one last trick up his sleeve for the Gators this year?#CollegeFootball | #NCAAF | #SECFootballWednesday's Featured Games:Introduction 00:00Texas vs Oklahoma State 03:15Georgia vs Kentucky 10:35LSU vs Florida 23:00Boston College vs NC State 29:50Show Best Bets 38:55
For a decade James Blake has crafted an idiosyncratic sound. His early work as a minimalist electronic producer fused lush R&B chords with lyrical collage and unfiltered synthesizers. He describes his hit 2013 song “Retrograde” as apocalyptic yet also romantic. This single was in stark contrast to the bubblegum pop of the early 2010s. But other artists recruited him to spread his subversive sonics. He produced on three of the most seminal albums in recent history: Beyoncé's Lemonade, Kendrick Lamar's DAMN and Frank Ocean's Blonde. Before Blake, it sounded like pop was caught in the same four chord loop. But gradually Blake's vision of harmonic melancholy has infused popular music. On his new album “Friends That Break Your Heart,” Blake has written his most compelling songs yet, but underneath are those his familiar wandering chords and emotional suspense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week I am talking to fellow podcaster and Suicide Squad of Podcasting member, Constance. Constance is the 1/3 of the UNestablished Podcast. Constance and I talk finances. Constance is a teacher within her first few years (the struggle is real) and we discuss transition of being on your own financially when you in that post grad part of your life. Plus Summer jobs, the things you learn on Pinterest & TikTok, and the story of Jarratt "stealing" chili to survive. And of course, we take 'em to school as "Professor" Constance & "Dean" DAMN tell you how to do what it do and stretch that dollar during DAMN University. All of this and so much more...It's About DAMN Time! Follow Constance on IG→ https://www.instagram.com/cvpearl91/ (here) Follow UNestablished Podcast on IG → https://www.instagram.com/unestablishedpodcast/ (here) and you can follow me on FB, Twitter, IG, & more https://direct.me/itsaboutdamntimepod (@ItsAboutDamnTimePod) Need answers? Email questions for Damn University at https://my.captivate.fm/ItsAboutDAMNTimePod@gmail.com (ItsAboutDAMNTimePod@gmail.com ) Buy Limited Edition Pink Damn University Merch now available click link → https://my-store-baeb94.creator-spring.com/ (Here) For more blogs, pods, and digital content go to https://my.captivate.fm/www.DaWholeDamnShow.com (DaWholeDamnShow.com )
We've all been there: you open up TikTok for a quick fix, and suddenly, three hours have gone by. During the pandemic, we let ourselves spend even more time in the TikTok rabbit hole as a means to escape into a world of silly dances, controversial recipes, and general distraction. But what is it about TikTok that makes it seem even more addicting than other social media distractions (besides that magical algorithm)? And are our attention spans going to be broken forever? In this week's episode, we speak with Dr. Julie M. Albright, who specializes in the psychology of interactive media, to ask her all of our questions about what makes TikTok so hard to look away from and whether it's rotting our brains. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome back everyone and thanks for tuning into this weeks episode!!!In todays episode Big Red and Fernando talk about Fernandos newest venture into daily fantasy, our fantasy temas (a little) aaaaaaaaaaaannnndddddddd how bad the NY Jets actually do suck.There is not much more then that bc the jets are that bad.. Thank you all for tuning in please make sure to follow us where you stream your podcast and we will see you next tuesday!
Lots going on in this episode folks, but the first thing is LAUREN IS BACK FROM THE UK! We're back in Taylor's garage for our first in-person podcast in over a year! Damn it feels good. We finish up ... What If? and talk about the finale & what season 2 could look like as well as talk about an episode that never made it to air. Lauren and Joel saw Venom: Let There Be Carnage (sadly) and I'm sure you can guess how it was received... and to round it all out, the entire gang saw No Time to Die 30 minutes before this podcast was recorded. What happens to Bond? Who's going to be the NEXT Bond!? WHY is Bond!? All these questions answered and more in this week's episode!
Former Jehovah's Witness Doug Smith and I talk about the Jehovahs. They. Are. Weird. Doug got raised in it when his mom decided some guy at her front door had great points. Parents never run it by their kids when they decide to join some cult. They always just sign everybody up for it without even a chance to weigh in. Anyway, it was a funny discussion of one of the world's most interesting sects of Christianity. I guess those snake handlers might have them beat. And the Shakers. Did you know the Shakers let their prepubescent boys practice pulling out on post-menopausal women? Also, they made great furniture. So I guess top 5 of weird Christians would be Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Shakers, Snake handlers, and the Amish. Damn. That gives me 4 ideas for new podcasts. More from Doug! Instagram Twitter Listen to Doug's album “Barely Regal”: https://800pgr.lnk.to/DougTW Follow Ari on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arishaffir/ Support mayhem - Join the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/skeptictank Merch: https://bit.ly/arimerch See Ari live - Get tickets for upcoming shows: http://www.arishaffir.com/tour/ 11/12 | Orlando 11/19 | Tampa 12/02 | OKC 12/09 | Boston 12/16 | San Antonio The Music: Marvin Gaye - Can I Get A Witness Eels - Jehova's Witness Loretta Lynn - Happy Birthday Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Doug Smith - Stopping A Rape The Raconteurs - Don't Bother Me Thanks to our sponsors! Go to BetterHelp.com/Ari for 10% off your first month of counseling. Head over to 3Chi.com and use code "Skeptic" at checkout for 5% off your order!
This week the boys drink some Apple Raddler from Boulevard while wrapping up the N64 debate, before moving on to Brian's perfect snack trio. What drink, salty snack, and candy combo will win and will there be any survivors? Come find out!
I love speculations and curiosities. I've learned over the years that nobody walking this planet (plane?) knows anything. A bunch of people get trotted out on your screen of choice and do a fine job acting like they know things, but nobody really knows anything. So I took it upon myself to learn about the one thing I knew for certain I could learn about without any outside influence or coercion: myself. I embedded some of that journey into a podcast project I called Occulture. And I plan on embedding more of that here. But that's mostly the subtext. On the surface, the content you'll be reading or listening to will center around speculations on society, culture and the human experience, delivered mostly via musings on film, literature, music, philosophy, psience, health & wellness, and any and all weird and esoteric shit you can conjure up in that sexy little imagination of yours. Oh, and pro wrestling. The pro wrestling metascript is definitely part of this. Oh, you don't know what the pro wrestling metascript is? Great. All the more reason to subscribe and support. Ah, yes, I said support. Because there will be content behind a paywall at dtoxxxx.substack.com. Why Substack? Because there will be writing too, and that's where all our bonus audio content will be as well. For now. Until I launch dtoxxxx.com and join Rokfin or Odysee or Rumble or whatever else I've not even heard of yet. Damn, the online content world has changed so much in two years. Hey, another reason to subscribe and support: fiction. I plan on publishing some on that Substack. Short stories, serialized novels, even screenplays. I love writing it, and I want to share it with people who may appreciate it. Yet another reason to subscribe and support: absolutely unhinged, unrestrained, uncensored content. If you're not truly open-minded, this is not for you. There will be guests, yes, of course. I'm a pretty good interviewer and I'm gonna keep interviewing people. There will be some other contributors too, though, some friends, maybe some family, maybe random people I pull off the street. I'm looking for real and raw conversations wherever I can find them. This whole thing is gonna be what The Joe Rogan Experience used to be, you know when it was good and not polluted by ESG corporate standards and sociopolitical propaganda and Spotify sycophants. So if this sounds like something you'd jam to, click that subscribe button, click that Substack link, and let's dtoxxxx, man. Lord knows we need something new. Music: "Bear" by Akes J Beats