On today's nerdtastically newsworthy episode of #NerdORama; Mo'Kelly & Tawala delve into the latest news regarding scientific advancements in organ transplantation which hits home for Tawala…PLUS “A.I. CEO's,” Movie News & More…
Welcome to Creative Block with Vee and Gene! In this episode, Vee is chatting with Guillaume Fesquet this weekend. Guillaume is an art director and visual development artist. He's worked on several features including The Bad Guys, Sing, and Minions. Along the way, we chat about how chronic pain can be a source of inspiration for creating art, switching to visual development, starting a career as an animator does NOT lock you in, and more! Watch this episode on YouTube to see us doodle while we chat ► https://youtu.be/J_TEDgPOosM Become a Patron! ► https://www.patreon.com/crtvblock ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ CREATIVE BLOCK ► https://twitter.com/crtvblock GENE! ► https://twitter.com/genegoldstein VEE! ► https://twitter.com/violainebriat Editing by Clemence Briat ► https://twitter.com/clem_n_m Produced by Malik Gayle ► https://twitter.com/MalikGayle Theme song by Louie Zong ► https://twitter.com/everydaylouie --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crtvblock/support
"I will never again spend money on a Minion movie. ... I surprised myself. I went into this a huge fan of the Minions. And I thought 'Oh, they're so popular, we should talk about them on the left.' And I don't regret this conversation at all. It has deepened my understanding. But I have come out of it as an anti-fan." — Yasmin Nair Current Affairs podcasts have been deadly serious lately, with many shows devoted to U.S. foreign policy, including episodes on Palestine (Part I, Part II), Afghanistan, U.S. empire, and the threat of nuclear war. Today we take a break from eating our vegetables and indulge ourselves in a bit of dessert, with a much lighter subject (some might say a frivolous one): the "Minions" from the Despicable Me series. Films featuring the Minions have been hugely successful, being some of the top-grossing animated films of all time and spawning a multi-billion-dollar franchise with a vast range of products, from toasters that will imprint a Minion onto a piece of bread to toothpaste dispensers and Minion-shaped tic-tacs. On Etsy, one can choose among dozens of different crocheted Minion hats. The Minions have become ubiquitous in memes and a 2015 article called "How Minions Destroyed The Internet" argues that Minions have become a "template onto which we project ourselves." But can we learn anything from the Minions films? Today, Current Affairs editor-in-chief Nathan J. Robinson is joined by editor-at-large Yasmin Nair and managing editor Lily Sánchez for a discussion about the Despicable Me and Minions films, probing such questions as:In depicting unfree and uncompensated labor by a mass of nondescript fungible workers, do the films implicitly affirm a Marxist critique of capitalism? (Answer: not really.)Should children actually watch Minions films, or will they be corrupted in various ways? (Answer: Do not let your child watch Minions films unless you want them to start imitating Minions for weeks on end.)Are these films entirely stupid or do they have artistic merit?Do the films have some uncomfortable ethnic stereotypes and some stuff that is weirdly inappropriate for kids? (Yes and yes.)Does the fact that Minions have to "serve the most villainous master" explain why the films had to trap them in a cave for the years 1933-1945?Why has Yasmin gone from loving posting Minions memes to being an "anti-fan"?Does Hollywood's relentless search for giant profits mean we will be subjected to new Minions films for the rest of our natural lives?"I think I feel about the Minions the way I feel about shopping malls, which is that I can go to them or see them as sociological experiments mostly, as opposed to genuine enjoyment." — Lily"I am surrounded by ever-growing piles of Minions in my dreams." — NathanThe scene of Minions being tortured can be watched here. The full "banana song" can be heard (if so desired) here. Lily's article about families is here and Nathan's about J.K. Rowling is here. The Cracked article alleging that the film leaves open the possibility that the Minions have committed murder is here. The Vox article "Labor exploitation, explained by Minions" is here. A more basic Vox "explainer" on Minions is here. The academic article "Beautiful Exploitation. Notes on the Un-free Minions" is here. "Are children who watch the first three Despicable Me movies going to grow up to become laborers who don't understand their enslavement? Given the way capitalism is crushing the world, I seriously doubt it. ... It's a kids' movie about a bunch of yellow pills who like bananas and run around speaking gibberish. Those kids will grow up, they'll be fine." — Yasmin "No! The movie normalized and accustomed them to situations of exploitation by depicting the Minions as content with their condition!" — Nathan Please enjoy our detailed analysis of Minions. As Nathan promises at the end of the episode, we will never be revisiting the subject, no matter how many more of these films are released. Minions Being Tortured:
Les sorties BD de Xavier Vanbuggenhout : - « Contre ma conscience » de Hannah Brinkmann (Éditions Presque Lune) - « Roxane vend ses culottes » de Maybelline Skvortzoff aux (Éditions Tanibis) - « Violette contre Diablotin » d'Emilie Clarke (Biscoto) Spéciale Mamoru Hosoda, à l'occasion de la sortie du livre "Tout l'art de Mamoru Hosoda", sorti en juin dernier chez Huginn et Muninn. Considéré comme le digne successeur de Hayao Miyazaki, Mamoru Hosoda est le nouveau maître du cinéma d'animation japonais. Cofondateur du Studio Chizu, l'un des plus importants du Japon, titulaire de nombreuses récompenses à travers le monde, ce scénariste, animateur et réalisateur d'exception se dévoile comme jamais dans ce livre officiel. Comprenant des interviews exclusives, des centaines d'images inédites (croquis préparatoires, storyboards, peintures d'arrière-plan, etc.), cet artbook raconte toute la création d'un univers réaliste et sensible. La Traversée du Temps (2006), Summer Wars (2009), Les Enfants Loups (2012), Le Garçon et la Bête (2015), Mirai, ma petite soeur (2008) et Belle (2020), et de nombreux autres oeuvres sont à découvrir grâce à ce véritable voyage dans l'esprit de l'homme qui animait la vie. Gros succès cet été pour "Les Minions 2 : Il était une fois Gru". L'occasion de revenir sur les Studios Illumination (Les Minions, Tous en scène, Moi, moche et méchant, Le Grinch, Comme des bêtes...), société de production de films d'animation, filiale d'Universal Pictures, basée à Paris, leader européen dans l'industrie des longs métrages d'animation, à l'occasion de la sortie du livre "Hommage à Illumination – De Paris à Hollywood, les Minions à la conquête du monde !" de Claire-France Thévenon chez Ynnis Éditions. De Gru, l'un des plus célèbres méchants animés et ses fidèles acolytes les Minions, au koala Buster Moon en passant par l'infâme Grinch, le studio Illumination signe des films d'animation aussi burlesques qu'originaux. Le trait d'union entre ces œuvres, outre leur succès retentissant au box-office mondial, n'est autre qu'un producteur qui a bousculé les codes : Chris Meledandri. C'est de l'association entre Illumination et la société française d'effets spéciaux Mac Guff qu'est né le premier film de la saga prolifique Moi, moche et méchant. Produire du cinéma d'animation entre Hollywood et Paris, un véritable pari fondé sur une collaboration d'abord incongrue, vite devenue fructueuse. Film après film, l'identité du studio se dessine, et Illumination peut aujourd'hui se targuer d'avoir réinventé le divertissement familial autour d'anti-héros comiques et attachants. On en parle avec Dick Tomasovic, chargé de cours en histoire et esthétique du cinéma et des arts du spectacle à l'ULg. "Machins Machines" d'Hélène Maquet : L'écriture cursive est-elle en train de disparaître ?
Gros succès cet été pour "Les Minions 2 : Il était une fois Gru". L'occasion de revenir sur les Studios Illumination (Les Minions, Tous en scène, Moi, moche et méchant, Le Grinch, Comme des bêtes...), société de production de films d'animation, filiale d'Universal Pictures, basée à Paris, leader européen dans l'industrie des longs métrages d'animation, à l'occasion de la sortie du livre "Hommage à Illumination – De Paris à Hollywood, les Minions à la conquête du monde !" de Claire-France Thévenon chez Ynnis Éditions. De Gru, l'un des plus célèbres méchants animés et ses fidèles acolytes les Minions, au koala Buster Moon en passant par l'infâme Grinch, le studio Illumination signe des films d'animation aussi burlesques qu'originaux. Le trait d'union entre ces œuvres, outre leur succès retentissant au box-office mondial, n'est autre qu'un producteur qui a bousculé les codes : Chris Meledandri. C'est de l'association entre Illumination et la société française d'effets spéciaux Mac Guff qu'est né le premier film de la saga prolifique Moi, moche et méchant. Produire du cinéma d'animation entre Hollywood et Paris, un véritable pari fondé sur une collaboration d'abord incongrue, vite devenue fructueuse. Film après film, l'identité du studio se dessine, et Illumination peut aujourd'hui se targuer d'avoir réinventé le divertissement familial autour d'anti-héros comiques et attachants. On en parle avec Dick Tomasovic, chargé de cours en histoire et esthétique du cinéma et des arts du spectacle à l'ULg.
Join the Cravings Anti-Challenge here https://shiftinside.vipmembervault.com/products/courses/view/1139918 The Sugar Made Me Do It! This episode focuses on 2 laws, created on either side of The Atlantic, over 300 years apart. Both express polar opposite ways of looking at the power of food, politically and legally. But curiously, together they express the same misunderstanding about food…one that causes misery for millions of people today. Find out more in this episode... RESOURCES https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_White The Cravings Anti-Challenge https://shiftinside.vipmembervault.com/products/courses/view/1139918 Starring Albert Einstein, The Minions & your Inner Food Rebel. This free 3-day adventure reveals how even the most dyed-in-the-wool food rebel can disrupt their cravings and walk away from sugar - without willpower, self-discipline or even self-belief. Discover: The strategy I stole from Einstein (no physics degree required) that sidesteps struggle and is a backdoor to saying no to sugar - even when you have zero willpower What anti-cravings Minions are Who your Inner Food Rebel is, and how to enlist their help to transform making healthy choices into kick-ass empowerment How to channel Harry Potter to walk away from any junk food What Is An Anti-Challenge? One of the main problems for compulsive eaters is that they are caught between two opposing energies within them (all this gets explained during the 3 sessions). One of these is their Inner Food Rebel. And there's nothing a rebel loves more than disrupting rules that are imposed onto it. And that is kind of the definition of a challenge! We are going to be craftier and more subtle than to try to dictate to ourselves :) In anti-challenge, we ditch willpower and self-belief in order to tap into sit down for peace talks with our self-sabotage...while tying its shoelaces under the table! Starts Monday 26th September This free anti-challenge is a mix of 3 Zoom calls and other materials, such as audio visualisations. Don't worry if you cannot attend all of the calls, because each session will be recorded. https://shiftinside.vipmembervault.com/products/courses/view/1139918
Who would win in a fight: Christian Grey who dances when he moves with unstable telekinesis, Three Minions on a segway with the Lasso of Truth, or Chewbacca with a crappy clone of himself and a swarm of bees following him? The answer may surprise you. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sceneitbefore/support
In this episode, we go through each flavor of the Minions lineup while also answering questions and addressing comments from some of Crumbl's fans online. Be sure to submit questions and comments for next week's flavor episode!
In episode 114, the Empire of the Eternal Flame has devastated the inhabitants of Thundercrack's Lair. Minions of the enemy descended on the lair of the ancient brass dragon, stole the bottle containing the essence of Emperor Cimarron and kidnapped Thundercrack herself. What will our heroes do now? Cast: Ash King - Dungeon Master Brook Bullock - Mak'ren Stoneshaper, Dwarf, Sorcerer (https://twitter.com/bullockbrook (Twitter)) Johnnie Payne - Xonimus Danar, Half-Elf, Paladin (https://www.instagram.com/okcpayne/ (Instagram)) Kyri Hester - Poppy Tealeaf, Halfling, Druid (https://www.instagram.com/kyri_dannielle/?hl=en (Instagram)) Connor Shenold - Konnor the Kobold, Sorcerer Michael Cross - Gaz, Orc Barbarian (https://twitter.com/kosumichaelc (Twitter), https://www.facebook.com/OkieGeekPodcast/ (Facebook)) Crew: Theme Music - The Cinemagician PJ Castillo (https://www.instagram.com/capnphil.tv/ (Instagram)) Incidental Music - Jeffrey McBride (https://www.facebook.com/jeffreymcbridemusic (Facebook)) Sound Effects and additional music courtesy https://tabletopaudio.com/ (Table Top Audio), https://syrinscape.com/ (Syrinscape) and https://www.monumentstudios.net/ (Monument Studios) You can find Red Dirt DnD on https://www.facebook.com/RedDirtDnD (Facebook), https://twitter.com/RedDirtDnD (Twitter )and on our website: https://www.reddirtdnd.com/ (RedDirtDND.com) There's also new content on our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8u-4mrmOEe3bUTyRmQd5Rw (YouTube) and https://www.twitch.tv/reddirtdnd (Twitch )pages, just search for Red Dirt DnD. We would love for you to become a Patron of our podcast, you can join us on our https://www.patreon.com/reddirtdnd (Patreon Page). Red Dirt DnD is a Sneaky Coyote Production.
We are absolutely gutted by the loss of our beloved monarch and Minions (2015) star Queen Elizabeth. Heaven gained another beautiful bird Notes: Princess Diana's podcast drama, Meat Is An Ancient Food, Harfoots, Anglo Watto, Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Prequel, Gurgi's Wish, Free Elvis, Beveragely Thirsty Presents Are You There God It's Me Parched Man, Leninade, Stinky's Target Decor, Dominos Inflation Countermeasures, Yachty's Pizzeria, Totino 13, Mythbusters AO3, My Bed Is In Ruins, Gyroids that Fuck, Devii and Pii, Eddy the Yeti, Alan's Juvenile Rouge the Bat Fancasting, Slappy Squirrel Hose Water, That Thing of Ours That Should Not Be Named
Other people out there might be tired of the Minions, with their silly speech and tendency to bash each other on the heads, but not Josh. No, Josh still thoroughly enjoys the little yellow guys. Of course, that's not the same as saying everything is perfect in terms of their second headling feature, "Minions: The Rise of Gru." Let's discuss.
Of course we pre-recorded a show a few days early and the Queen had to go and have the long lie down.. So obviously no mention of that here this week. But we do have a lot to say about 7-Eleven which is what most of this show is about. We talk about Cinnabon, USA going back to the moon, Captain went to his first live gig in almost 2.5 years, Dr Fauci is retiring, China remaking the end of the Minions movie and more!! Sit back, enjoy, we'll be back soon with all the big news!!
Yeat's been handling the journey from underground rage rapper to a household name with surprising skill. He dropped the very solid 2 Alivë album this year (as well as its deluxe, the Geëk Pack) but it was his silly viral song for the new Minions movie that brought him a whole gang of new fans. For his next act, Yeat will share a 12-track EP called Lyfë source: Yeat shares new song “Talk,” details Lyfë EP | The FADER --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
EPISODE 95 – HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA It's a family movie but this episode most definitely is not! This week, Ashley takes the Minions to task; Brian reveals his superpower wish; Brandon talks deep-cut Decemberists; and Chris earns this episode's Explicit rating. BTW: Important Patreon Update—You Can Ruin Our September!!! Starring: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Fran Drescher, Steve Buscemi, Molly Shannon, David Spade, CeeLo Gree, Jon Lovitz, Brian George, Luenell, and Chris Parnell Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky FOLLOW US:Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/trashwatch)Instagram (@trashwatchpodcast)Twitter (@trashwatchcast)TikTok (@trashwatchpodcast)Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/trashwatchpodcast/)YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5YpPcNIBmqNvvLvxa3WTLA)Email (firstname.lastname@example.org)Listen to Brian's music at (https://www.brianhorne.com)Support the show
Les Minions ont fini par voler la vedette à Gru, le personnage principal de "Moi, moche et méchant" depuis 2010 alors qu'à l'origine, ils n'occupaient qu'une seule ligne du scénario et devaient d'ailleurs être des gros bras musclés. Finalement ils sont devenus ces petites créatures jaunes en salopettes qui habitent sous terre avec leur langage bien à eux. Les Grosses Têtes vous proposent de découvrir ou redécouvrir le nouveau podcast de Florian Gazan. Dans "Ah Ouais ?", Florian Gazan répond en une minute chrono à toutes les questions essentielles, existentielles, parfois complètement absurdes, qui vous traversent la tête. Un podcast RTL Originals. Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg
Tim and Ted discuss the correct readings of some of their favorite works of literature and the fatherly power of the greatest IP ever created. [NOTE: Somehow Marvin snuck into our computer and messed up the audio on one of the tracks, and so apologies for some occasional glitches. Please address all complaints to him c/o The Screen Repair Hut in the Mall.] Support Tep Talk on Patreon: www.Patreon.com/TechTalkPod
Les Minions ont fini par voler la vedette à Gru, le personnage principal de "Moi, moche et méchant" depuis 2010 alors qu'à l'origine, ils n'occupaient qu'une seule ligne du scénario et devaient d'ailleurs être des gros bras musclés. Finalement ils sont devenus, pour des raisons essentiellement de coût de fabrication et de facilité de production, ces petites créatures jaunes en salopettes qui habitent sous terre avec leur langage bien à eux : une sorte de fourre-tout de mots anglais, italiens, espagnols, indonésiens, japonais et bien sûr français. Dans "Ah Ouais ?", Florian Gazan répond en une minute chrono à toutes les questions essentielles, existentielles, parfois complètement absurdes, qui vous traversent la tête. Un podcast RTL Originals.
We discuss some of the hottest movies from the Summer of 2022!PreyLightyearRRRBeavis & Butthead Do the UniverseMinions: The Rise of GruUntold: The Girlfriend Who Never Existed& MUCH MORE!!!Join the conversation on Twitter: @MACandGUpodcast
Thank you for checking another socially distanced episode of The Film Scribes Podcast. This week the scribes on deck Rich Heimlich (/comment), Stephen Silver (Splice Today, Philly Voice), Rich Drees (filmbuffonline), and Dan Tabor (Cinapse.co) are talking new releases with reviews of THE GRAY MAN, MINONS: RISE OF GRU and spoiler filled deep dive into NOPE. As always any feedback or questions can be sent to Filmscribes@philafcc.org to be discussed on a future show.
In this melancholic episode of the Gavin and Ruby Go To a Movie podcast, Gavin and Ruby get into Ingmar Bergman's self reflective Wild Strawberries and ruin their lives watching Lars von Trier's Melancholia. Gavin and Ruby will have to overcome the despairing effect of these films and give an informative review for both. Will they succeed? Listen to find out. We also talk about Minions. Wild Strawberries (Spoiler Free): 6:03 Wild Strawberries (Spoilers): 25:39 (Adjusted 30 seconds ahead for ad gap might have to skip around a bit, apologies) Melancholia (Spoiler Free): 37:00 Melancholia (Spoilers): 56:27 Minions vs. Marcel: 1:03:16 Wrap up/Recommendations: 1:12:34 Instagram: @gavinandrubypodcast Gavin's Letterboxd: Gavin_Lemon Ruby's Letterboxd: ruuubyv
On this episode of elephant & giraffe review Charlotte and Sophia review Minions: The Rise of Gru.If you have any questions or suggestions, you can contact Justin at his website.The music for the show is provided by YACHT:Shangri-La (Instrumentals) (YACHT) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
In this episode we do another this or that. This time it's a theme park battle between Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Florida. Paige would ride the Minions ride all day and Stephen doesn't want to go to water parks.
Chad Toms and Phil Reppuhn interview their hero, Doug Barron. An amazing story of a 2-time winner on tour, the first win coming in just his 2nd start on the Champions Tour. Imagine having 238 starts on the PGA tour with 111 cuts made and finally getting to hoist a trophy, WOW! Think about that for a second. Watching Doug win on that Sunday afternoon, in 2019 (2 weeks for the Ally), was the first time we ever knew who Doug was, it definitely brought out a lot of emotion. He had to qualify that week to get into the tournament and then he WINS! Here's Doug's recap on finally winning on the PGA Tour: (1) Watch | Facebook And then 2 weeks later, Doug comes to the Ally Challenge feeling great and having some Fun! We've got stories for days about the time we met Doug in person. He was so funny. And then he won for the 2nd time in 2021, it was absolutely EPIC, the best celebration ever! (4) INCREDIBLE finish, ALL-TIME celebration, LEGENDARY interview by Doug Barron - YouTube Enjoy the episode! We even get Jerry Kelly on the phone, so we were 2 for 2 in our calls! We called Rich while he was at a concert and he produced the show from the hill at Pine Knob. We would have sounded like Minions if it weren't for Rich (True Story) Join our Facebook Group for Episode photos: A Great Story Podcast | Facebook
Trump and his vile minions are threatening violence if that crook gets indicted. Shitler encouraged the FBI to mutiny over the Mara Lago raid. Lucious Lindsey warned of riots if Trump was arrested. Man-baby's lawyers can barely mount a defense for their fascist client. GOP Governor Kemp will testify in the election fraud case in Georgia after the midterms. Zombie ice from Greenland could drown us. Hurricane ally hasn't been this quiet in a long time. The Republic of Texas requires in-god-we-trust signs in schools but there's one person pushing to have the text of the sign be in Arabic. Home scans before or during remote exams were deemed unconstitutional. The Crabs played audio from educational shorts meant to combat disinformation. Loony zealot Michele Bachmann blathered the Bible was the number one reference used by the founders when creating America. Mein Pillow AKA Mike Lindell said the reason no one watched his stupid world-changing event last week was that the big search engines were conspiring against him.
Summer is winding down, but hoodie szn is coming, so that's not so bad. It also means that we can have our yearly debrief on the summer movie season, which last year felt more like a moratorium, but this year inspires some hope. The state of movies is stable, but still feels like it needs to figure out where it's going to land as the digital world continues to unfold. Some ups and some downs this year, but definitely some cash cows. Top Gun, Dr. Strange, and Jurassic World made killings, and if you include Minions, TJ might be the one doing the killing, but more on that when you hit the play button. If you're already playing it when you read this, great, because as the most frequent guest on the pod, you should give TJ a follow @omgitstjtrimboli on Instagram, and follow his other channel, The Adventure Outpost, where you can find plenty of fun content, including movie reviews, on both Instagram and Youtube. Of course, give me a follow and some noties @thelink_podcast on both Instagram & Twitter where we'll be talking movies all week, all month, all quarter, all year, all decade, all century, all millennia if we're lucky. Do I regret not starting at nanosecond and working my way up even further through the units of time? Not really. Until next time... --- If you're a sports fan, subscribe to my YouTube channel called MikeTheMush where we post at least weekly breaking down some of the biggest stories in sports, usually with a gambling spin for all of you who want to make a couple of extra bucks in the newly legal gambling world. Check out even more sports content @MikeMushSports on Twitter and Instagram where I'm at least 50% more irrationally confident on my takes than I am on the link (and that's saying a lot). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Yo! Thanks for downloading this show, and we hope you have a fantastic weekend! Last call for new BDM members! If you're looking to score an invite to the BDM Beach Party, being a member is your own way in. www.tomanddan.com/registration - All love - d On this week's show: * Ross McCoy and Crystal Vann are here * Meat boxes * Tom playing Roblox with his boys * Tom's scorpion truck cover * Dakota the bird rescue * Avian fashion * New Ross song- The Weeknd * Ross' night terrors * Sleep walking/sleep humping * Russia burning fuel * China added an extra scene in new Minions movie * Barricaded in Ikea * FCancer vanity license plate * Snow foam blower * Manti Te'o documentary * Blood Bus ### For all audio versions of this garbage, please go HERE: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan/id308614478 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-show TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Comedy/A-Mediocre-Time-with-Tom-and-Dan-Podcast-p393884/ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1248-a-mediocre-time-with-tom-30696640/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0IMs3hgNDuD6qI8ldHMWvH Thanks for watching us, and we'll see you again tomorrow on Twitch at 10am-ish. Like - subscribe - and use the alert thingy. T&d
Two years of Boomer Death Squad and here we are back with more of the same, we head to the Intellegencer to diagnose DeSantis' bizarre body, then to Missy Crane for a McDonalds advertisement. Next a Real Raw OpEd about censoring Alex Jones, Giulliani still has a few tricks left up his sleeve, and lastly China is genociding the Minions. Seriously though folks thank you for listening for two years, lets shoot for double the bread double the head in the next two. Join our discord -> discord.gg/WkuHgEckkX
In this episode, you will hear an article written and published by Gregg "the Godfather" Paladina, himself. And you will hear exactly why I call some of his school board members his Minions. They are the opposite of good role models and good humans, in my opinion.
Get ready, this is already big, whether you know it or not! What makes this kids show so unique and lovable? And how is it different from every other anthropomorphic animal cartoon out there? Let's dive in! Evan and Taylor's projects: videos, go watch Evan's film work sign up, Taylor's weekly newsletter Contact: email@example.com, email us @illiteratepod, reach out on instagram Extras: trailer, Bluey show article, how Bluey became popular overseas article, tour of Ludo animation studio Other similar episodes to check out…Minions, Avatar, My Hero Academia, Sonic the Hedgehog, Clifford the Big Red Dog
Communist China changes the ending of Minions The Rise of Gru to show authoritarians WIN! We Are The Number 1 Conservative Sports News Entity In The USA on YOUTUBE! Make Sure You Subscribe on Podcast & YouTube! Make Sure You Subscribe on Podcast! Available on Google Podcast, Spotify, Castbox, Apple Podcasts (ITunes): https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports/subscribe The podcast is all about the world of sports news, sports reactions, and the games. Website: www.blackandwhitenetwork.com Get your MERCH here: https://teespring.com/stores/blackandwhitesports --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitenetwork/support
We are back for Season 4 Episode 3 of the Shared Experiences Podcast! Today the boys are feeling international as we get into some relaxing stories in Paris and Amsterdam, what the differences are between living in Europe and the US, what it would be like to see the wonders of Space at the cost of time back on Earth. We're also diving deep into the media as we discuss recent controversial movies like Beast and Minions as well as what movies can be re-watched at any time. In Sensible or Stupid Josh shares the truth about Pink Sauce and Casey breaks down how his dad bought a cheap Chinese moped on Amazon. Finally, the boys get analytical as they think about the lasting effects of earbuds, how the U.S. could be invaded, Trump's entertainment value, and if releasing genetically modified mosquitos could help the environment._______________________________________________________________________________________Please help support us by reviewing and sharing our episodes! To keep updated, check out the Instagram (@SharedExps), Facebook (@SharedExps), and Tik Tok (@SharedExps). Full, video episodes available on YouTube (@SharedExps)!If you have questions that you'd like answered on the podcast, you can reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Isabel saw the Minions movie. Amanda became obsessed with Minion linguistics. Stephen King testified in court. Jennette McCurdy talked about trauma. The internet thought she talked about Ariana Grande. 26 of Isabels closest friends rented an island. Maybe the real minions were the friends we made along the way. This episodes was edited by David Newtown (get well soon Allison!!!). It was also posted from The Island. It is Day 5 and nobody has died (yet).
Due to all the massive SDCC coverage, we fell behind on reviews so CNI will be releasing a few review specials. This episode will feature reviews for the films ALIENOID, DAY SHIFT, MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU and THE RISE OF THE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: THE MOVIE. As usual, Jimmy recruits some of his favorite audio reviewers again. Thanks to Jimmy's cousin Laura and good pal Jon! Always such insightful and great reviews and the powers that be at CNI appreciate them so much. Let us know if you've read and/or watched what we reviewed and send us your thoughts! Also, get a hold of us! Thanks for listening!
Markets suffered the worst day since June as investor confidence wavers ahead of the Federal Reserve's annual meeting in Jackson Hole. Joe Kernen and Andrew Ross Sorkin break down the rough trading day and Wall Street's expectations for the rest of this week; Morgan Stanley's Chief Investment Officer Mike Wilson offers some perspective on the likelihood of a full-blown recession, as well as earnings reports for the rest of 2022. In China, the central bank has cut rates again as the country's persistent Covid lockdowns take a toll on its economy. International policy analyst Dewardric McNeal discusses the balance between public health and economic growth. Also in China, the CCP is facing a political reshuffle as its 20th national congress approaches; CNBC's Eunice Yoon offers some insight on how domestic politics are affecting international influences–like ‘Minions'--in China. Plus, Elon Musk is asking former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for help in getting out of buying the platform, and “House of the Dragon” has given HBO its biggest premiere ever. In this episode:Eunice Yoon, @onlyyoontvJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinKatie Kramer: @Kramer_Katie
On today's episode… Three Arkansas cops got caught on video beating the absolute crap out of a guy (00:08:35). Dr Fauci is “stepping down” from his government position this December (00:28:30). People in the UK are beating off so much from working from home it's becoming a major issue (00:44:50) and much more… (00:00:00) - Timestamps (00:03:55) - Fat-a-Thon discussion (00:04:40) - The boys going back to college? ☕ Cup of Coffee in the Big Time ☕ (00:06:25) - Jokes of the day (00:08:35) - Arkansas police beat the crap out of a guy on video (00:16:59) - Emmett Bailey wins the USA mullet championship for kids (00:19:40) - Finland's PM Sanna Marin passes drug test (00:22:23) - Brian Stelter out at CNN 00:24:00) - Minions the Rise of Gru has been edited in China to show crime doesn't pay (00:26:14) - James Webb releases new photos of Jupiter (00:28:30) - Dr Fauci announced he is retiring this December
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Join us for theme park news, including Disney's record quarter, the new Avengers overlay of the Disneyland Paris Rock 'n' Rollercoaster, a royal replacement for Aerosmith, Minions: Rise of Gru making bank, Halloween Horror Nights props are popping out all over Universal Studios Florida, and much much more!
On this edition of WHM Mail Bag, we're reading some unhinged letters AND announcing new tour dates for the fall! As we opened the mail bag last night, letters flew out about encountering The Dice-man buying CDs to copulate to, a nerd freaking out about not seeing an X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer, an American Pie actor playing Nickelback covers, someone's dad creating Minions, and more! PLUS: Don't miss out on our fall shows when we hit Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and, making our CANADIAN debut, Toronto! Head over to our website to buy tickets now—Toronto, your tix are going on sale next week, so stay tuned, we'll let you know! Check out the WHM Merch Store -- featuring new MINGO!, WHAT IF Donna?, Mortal Kombat & Bean Dinner designs! Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fmUnlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On our new weekly lightning round mini ep with the star of HBO's Industry and the new movie Bodies Bodies Bodies, Myha'la Herrold, we're fucking around with a live-action Minions movie, entering the MCU, winning an Oscar, getting engaged, gaining 60 pounds for a role, going full method for Joker 2, time traveling to 1980s Wall Street, her dream project coming to fruition, financial crimes, white men on set, Pete Davidson, British food and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits.
Check us out on Instagram @backseatbiblenuggets You know how in lots of movies, they are searching for some object that has great power or even like a treasure that has great value? Like the genie lamp in Aladdin that would give whatever was wished or desired. Or in the latest Minions movie when they are after the Zodiac stones that would give unlimited power. Lots and lots of movies have an object like that – one that is powerful and legendary. I'm sure you can think of other examples from your favorite movies. Well, I started thinking the other day that we should think of the Bible like that. We should think of the Bible as a treasure. A powerful object. An ancient artifact of great value. Because that's what it is!! Hebrews 4:12 tells us that God's word is sharper than a double-edged sword. And it's not just any sword, it's a sword that can divide soul and spirit, joints and marrow; and judge the attitude of the heart. That sounds really powerful! And it IS powerful! Did you know that when Jesus was tempted by Satan, and they were having this sorta spiritual fight, that Jesus fought back with Satan by using words from the Bible? Isn't that crazy? Jesus didn't use jiu jitsu moves or Hulk smash punches to beat Satan. No, Jesus used the most powerful tool He had – which was God's word. The Bible. Psalm 119:105 also tells us that the Bible is so powerful that it's a lamp to our feet and a light for our path. The guy who wrote Psalm 119 goes on to say that God's word makes his heart tremble – which means to shake or shiver because it's so powerful. The Bible really is a powerful treasure. And most of us have it right in our house! How great is that?! We don't have to go on a long quest or fight off bad guys to get this powerful treasure, like they do in the moves. No, we just have to open it and read it. You see the power of the Bible, doesn't come from just owning a Bible. That's not how this treasure works. This treasure is powerful when we read the words or hear the words. So, here are some questions to talk about. You can pause after each question and discuss. Oh, and there's no wrong answer to these. The point is to get conversation flowing. So don't overthink it! In what ways do you think the Bible is powerful? What gives the Bible it's power? How might this change the way that you think about reading the Bible every day? Now, let's practice our verse together. We talked about a few verses today, but lets reread Psalm 119:105 together. You can repeat after me. “Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.” Psalm 119:105
Feeling lucky, boys? We went to Atlantic City! Strap in for our guide to the best oysters, the worst casinos, and the most delicious Italian sandwich you will ever have. Plus! Steven watches Minions alone.To hear the whole thing, subscribe to our Patreon and get exclusive access to the VIP Lounge: https://www.patreon.com/cbcthepod. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jump in with Carlos Juico and Gavin Ruta on episode 89 of Jumpers Jump. This episode we discuss: Dark Minions Theory, Robots giving birth, King Tut Mandela Effect, Pac Man Theory, Ouiji Board story, our haunted airbnb vlog, Megan Fox MGK theory, Barney Theory, psychic abilities, and much more! FREE travel packs with your first purchase. At athleticgreens.com/JUMPERS Follow the podcast: @JumpersPodcast Follow Carlos: @CarlosJuico Follow Gavin: @GavinRutaa Check out the podcast on YouTube: https://bit.ly/JumpersJumpYT Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices