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What Else Is Going On? With Taria S. Faison
"Mainly It's Reality Too B*tch!" ft. Raven C. James & Kendrick Tucker

What Else Is Going On? With Taria S. Faison

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 125:11 Very Popular


I had the absolute pleasure of recording with two of my MySpace top eight: Raven @mainlyraven from Bitch is Better podcast and Kendrick @realitycomicstoo from the Reality and Comics Too podcast and boy did we have a time! We started out talking about Myspace top eight (I owe you Raven

Heja Framtiden
355. Jonas Nyvang: Elegant mobilitet med industriell origami

Heja Framtiden

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:44


Hur är det möjligt att producera en eldriven scooter (lätt motorcykel) med bara 10 delar? Svenska Stilride kallar det för "industriell origami" - tekniken innebär att vika platt plåt på ett unikt sätt. I det här avsnittet träffar vi bolagets vd och medgrundare Jonas Nyvang för ett samtal om den nya, elektrifierade mobilitetsrevolutionen, historien bakom Stilride och hur framtiden ser ut - samt lite om Jonas bakgrund på den banbrytande musiktjänsten Myspace. // Programledare: Christian von Essen // Inspelat i Kitchen Studio på Roslagsgatan 23 i Stockholm. // Läs mer på hejaframtiden.se och missa inte vårt nya magasin Framtidens hållbara transportsystem som distribueras med DI i november 2022 (ta kontakt för medverkan).

The Mark Hastings Experience
A Poem A Day #292: My Space

The Mark Hastings Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 6:43


"My Space" by Mark Hastings was taken from Mark's poetry collection 'The Eternal Boy' which was published in 2015 by Zeloo Media. Check out more of Mark's poetry online @ http://MarkThePoet.Me - all poems © Mark Hastings ● Buy Me a coffee @ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MarkThePoet --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/markthepoet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/markthepoet/support

This Was A Thing
MySpace; Or, Facebook Who?

This Was A Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 52:15


Friendster, SixDegrees, Makeoutclub - if you're a 90s kid, then you probably remember at least some of those websites (and may they all rest in peace). But there could only be one top dog, and MySpace was it. Hillary Duff, Harry Styles, Kim Kardashian - everyone had a MySpace page, and you better pray your friends put you in their Top 8. So with all the hype, how did the site go from being a 12-billion-dollar gorilla to an Internet has-been? Rob teaches Ray about how this small, music-centric social site evolved into a global behemoth; why "the honor system" isn't exactly an enforceable privacy policy; the tragic betrayal of Tila Tequila; and why we could all use a little more Tom in our lives. If you like what we are doing, please support us on Patreon.  TEAM Ray Hebel Robert W Schneider Mark Schroeder Billy Recce Daniel Schwartzberg Gabe Crawford Natalie DeSavia ARTICLES Tom Anderson's Instagram AUDIO/VISUAL Episode Clips Tom Anderson Interview SNL MySpace Sketch "Leave Britney Alone" Video Music & Sound Effects Additional Sound Effects from Final Cut Pro, iLife, and Logic Pro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

18 Over Par
S2 EP19: Zach Thompson – From Kelvin High School to Collegiate and Pro Golf in the US

18 Over Par

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 108:24


We're joined by former Kelvin High School and Glendale junior golfer – Zach Thompson. He left town at 18 to take a golf management program in Vegas before touring around the US as a collegiate golfer and Pro. He's currently back in Winnipeg with his family and owns ProZach Training. We get into how he got into golf, golf battles with some of the best in the province, Kelvin High School, what it took to play golf in the US, leaving town to attend UNLV, playing D1 golf, turning pro, recovering from multiple injuries, meeting Tiger, what he's up to now, and so much more, Enjoy!  18 Over Par with Mike & JR is proudly presented by St. Charles member Bryce Matlashewski who is an Investment Advisor with Endeavour Wealth Management, part of IA Private Wealth, and a member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund. You can contact Bryce at 204-515-3446 or connect with him here HUGE thanks to DQ Northgate, DQ Polo Park in the food court, DQ St. Anne's Road, and DQ Niverville. Get them on Instagram @dqmanitoba Shout out to Oak Island Resort & Golf for being the 18 Over Par Destination Partner. For the entire month of September you get 20% off Stay and Play packages...just mention 18 Over Par. Shoot Bea an email bea.oakisland@gmail.com to book your September 2022 Stay & Play package! https://eighteenoverpar.podbean.com/  Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and MySpace

HORSE
Ep. 107: Stuntin' With 46 Dollars

HORSE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 62:20


Full Court Press: Miles Bridges' Misconduct, Liz Cambage Leaves The Sparks & NBA Free Agency 3-on-3: Kevin Durant's Three Best Basketball/Non-Basketball Tweets Of 2022 That Actually Happened: Schubes Sat Courtside For Sue Bird vs Diana Taurasi!!! And Also: Kerfuffles, Ceph Sturry, Spoonerisms, Pig Latin, Unicorns & Rainbows, Scuttlebutt, Tangled, AITA, Back To The Future, The New Media, Contradiction Bread, KD Trey Cinco, Charge It To The Game, MySpace, Demon Time, KEVINBALLA33, Young Thug, Jersey Shore, Legacy Points, Birthdays Vs Bird Days, Big Chunky Tamales, Pancho Villa, McMuffins, The Dry Foot, Commoner's Entrance, White Zinfandel, No-Look High Fives, GANB!!! Sponsor: BetterHelp: Get matched easily with a licensed, board-accredited counselor today. More than 3000 therapists with 38 million+ counseling sessions are ready to help you! Get 10% off your first month at www.betterhelp.com/horse. Find Us Online - website: horsehoops.com - patreon: patreon.com/horsehoops - twitter: twitter.com/horse_hoops - instagram: instagram.com/horsehoops - facebook: facebook.com/horsehoops - multitude: multitude.productions HORSE is hosted by Mike Schubert and Adam Mamawala. Created by Eric Silver and Mike Schubert. Edited by Mischa Stanton. Theme song by Bettina Campomanes. Art by Allyson Wakeman. Website by Kelly Schubert. About Us On HORSE, we don't analyze wins and losses. We talk beefs, dig into Internet drama, and have fun. The NBA is now a 365-day league and it's never been more present in pop culture. From Kevin Durant's burner accounts to LeBron taking his talents anywhere to trusting the Process, the NBA is becoming a pop culture requirement. At the same time, sports can have gatekeepers that make it insular and frustrating for people who aren't die hard fans. We're here to prove that basketball is entertaining to follow for all fans, whether you're actively watching the games or not. Recently featured in The New York Times!

The Content Mines
Dead Platform Summer #2 - Myspace

The Content Mines

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 16:53 Very Popular


We’re back with another vacation minisode. We’re talking about the dead platform to end all dead platforms. The one, the only Myspace. It’s responsible for more bad haircuts than another other website possibly. It also profoundly altered the way we think about the internet and in many ways set the stage for the TikTok takeover of the 20202s. Stay tuned to see which weird old dead website we’ll resurrect next! (Cover art courtesy of the Midjourney AI.) This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.thecontentmines.com/subscribe

Media Mavens Podcast
Funnier Than The Next Guy! Smosh Comedy Series

Media Mavens Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 47:44


This week, the Mavens talk with Ian Hecox, co-founder of Smosh. Early in 2005, after discovering their skits on Myspace could receive greater attention on the newly established Youtube, Hecox and friend Anthony Padilla climbed their way to the top of the internet as the comedy duo Smosh. Even having the most-viewed Youtube video of all time at one point, the group has evolved into a comedy collective of multiple channels and a variety of creators and collaborators. Almost two decades since its inception, Smosh is known as one of Youtube's largest channels, engulfing various mediums to reach its audience in this day and age. With the Mavens, Hecox discusses how he and Padilla persevered to evolve their brand into what it is today and gave insight into the creative process behind the content they put out.  To learn more, tune in to “Funnier Than the Next Guy!”

Chocolate Soul presents...
Episode 4: Chocolate Soul Presents: Philly Soul ~ The Sounds of Sigma Volume I (The Redo) mixed by dj SMV

Chocolate Soul presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 77:39


WutUpDoe... Some of you may recognize the artwork and title of this mix from 3-4 years ago, but I decided that the first volume was not up to standard. This is the 2nd take where I should have taken my time rather than just record while I was mixing live at my first car show gig for The Royale Cigar Lounge in Columbus, Ohio at that time. This is dedicated to a friend that found me online many years ago through MySpace and that has taken the time to teach me about so much music I probably never would have heard otherwise: Mr. Dorian Green aka Dino. Originally born in West Philly, but has resided in Flint, Michigan for decades that just about everyone knows one way or another through his kind acts of service, as a radio dj in his younger years, or making and supporting musical acts of all genres. I just wanted to show my appreciation using what I love to do when I have time to do it. This is 1 of 3 Volumes I hope to finish by the Summer of 2023, but also I can't wait to visit his crazy ass before this year is out LOL. Once again, I'd like to take time to thank those for tuning in since 2009, and I hope you dig what you hear. Feel free to download, share, and play for whoever may dig these Vibes. I thoroughly enjoyed making this first Volume. Peace. The Artists in order as mixed: M.F.S.B. ; David Morales ft Michelle Perera, The Jones Girls, S.E.L. & Teddy Douglas; Lou Rawls; The O'Jays;  Teddy Pendergrass; First Choice; M.F.S.B.;  Double Exposure; Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes; M.F.S.B. :-)

Impaulsive with Logan Paul
E336 Dane Cook's Brother Stole $15M From Him, Andrew Schulz & Dave Chappelle Censorship

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 76:38 Very Popular


Legendary stand-up comedian & actor, Dane Cook, joins the boys to discuss his brother stealing $15Mil from him, Dave Chappelle & Myspace shaping his comedy career, acting alongside Jessica Alba & Jessica Simpson, getting wasted with Bruce Willis, success of Vicious Circle, hosting SNL, why he loves hecklers & more…   Wear Maverick Clothing ► https://maverickclothing.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ► https://www.youtube.com/impaulsive   Watch Previous (Logic Raps LIVE, Comes Out Of Retirement, Exposes 6ix9ine As A Fraud) ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUmxyGpx0I4 ADD US ON: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/impaulsiveshow/   Timestamps: 0:00 Intro! 1:16 Welcome Dane! 3:48 Mike Majlak & Old Age 6:44 Myspace Fame - Hosting SNL 12:57 Andrew Schulz Trailblazing & Next Comedy Special 18:29 Stand-Up Comedian Or Movie Star? 23:39 Brother Stealing $15Mil Exclusive 31:06 Secret Sauce Of Comedy 37:37 George Got Roasted By Dane! 40:42 Vicious Circle 43:28 Funny Bruce Willis Story 47:56 Jessica Alba, Kate Hudson, Jessica Simpson 52:05 George Gets Heckled By Dane! 55:39 Dave Chappelle's Career-Changing Advice 1:02:58 Following Your Dreams 1:06:18 Learning From Failure & Celebrating Wins   ***PLEASE NOTE*** Impaulsive is a significant break from the typical content viewers have come to expect from the vlog channel & we could not be more proud and excited to watch this unfold and grow. Please be advised that we will be exploring a wide variety of topics (some adult-themed) and our younger viewers (and their parents) should be advised that some topics will be for mature audiences only.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Software Developer's Journey
#212 Erin Fox is an introvert who loves speaking at conferences

Software Developer's Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 46:16


Erin took us from tweaking her page on MySpace to her master's in journalism. She then spoke about her jobs and how she was not challenged/stimulated. She told us how the idea of going through a Bootcamp emerged, how she found the right Bootcamp for her and bit the bullet. We talked about her first job, her first mentor, pair programming, and moving on. We talked about having a hard time finding a new job, finding a bad fit, and finally landing at the right place after being laid off. We spoke about communities and speaking at conferences, and finally, of remote work; before, it was cool.Here are the links from the show:https://www.twitter.com/erinfooxCreditsCover Heliotrope by Blue Dot Sessions is licensed CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.Your host is Timothée (Tim) Bourguignon, more about him at timbourguignon.fr.Gift the podcast a rating on one of the significant platforms https://devjourney.info/subscribeSupport the show

Main Pod Girl
Deconstructing Out of Religion (feat. Lights)

Main Pod Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 37:45


Our newest Main Pod Girl is the Juno Award-winning MySpace icon Lights! AJ is joined by guest host Rie to talk with Lights about animals with feminine energy, being freed from religion, and the balance of fun and dread! Stick around to the end to hear our Top 5 Songs from her new album PEP! You can follow Lights at @lights, AJ at @ajmarksofficial, and Popheads at r/popheads on Reddit, @popheads on Twitter, or @popheadsreddit on Instagram. As always, episodic artwork by @crxpeek. This episode is brought to you by pop music podcast, Pop Pantheon! Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts! And if you love Main Pod Girl, please leave us a rating or review, and be sure to subscribe for more!

Scary Movie & Chill Podcast
[Ep. 95] Ouija (2014)

Scary Movie & Chill Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 78:57


Welcome back to another episode!! Mike picked this week's movie with the 2014 supernatural horror flick, Ouija. The movie was directed by Stiles White, written by Juliet Snowden and White and stars Olivia Cooke, Daren Kagasoff, Douglas Smith and Bianca A. Santos. Synopsis: A group of friends must confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board. Scary Movie & Chill with us as we watch the movie and also chat about drinking frosés, distrubing internet videos, early emo days, Bonz's new tattoo, the scare of Mike's life, Tony Scott, melting into a couch, remember digital cameras, Myspace profile pics. toilet demons, the new 6th street bridge, french fried purtaters and more. Enjoy! *apologies for the terrible AC background noise --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scarymovieandchillpodcast/support

Comedy Dynamics Daily
Todd Barry Is On Myspace

Comedy Dynamics Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 7:51


From Todd Barry's album, From Heaven YouTube: https://bit.ly/3ymp1to Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ComedyDynamics Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ComedyDynamics TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/J1wucyQ/ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ComedyDynamics http://www.comedydynamics.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Anything Goes With Greg & Alex
The Progression of Social Media

Anything Goes With Greg & Alex

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 52:08


Depending on your age you can vividly remember sitting down and logging into your MySpace account, changing your top 8, recoding your entire page and changing your song. From MySpace all the way to todays TikTok trends, we are breaking down the progression of social media. We also talk about the positive and negative effects of social media and where we think things will be in another 20 years. Alex also explain her hatred for the Floss (and most of TikTok) and how she yells at children who do it in public.

Pillow Talk With Franklin and Uncle Howard
Uncle Howard's MySpace & Elvis

Pillow Talk With Franklin and Uncle Howard

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 61:47


Who was in Uncle Howard's Top 8? Franklin reviews the greatest film of 2022 Elvis AND we speculate about Sleeves' Submarine. This one is a bit RAUNCHIER than our other episodes.

All of the Above
Digital Minimalism

All of the Above

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 55:33


Listen in as Trevor and Aaron discuss Cal Newport's book Digital Minimalism, Myspace, and Aaron's list of Christmas Rom-Coms.

Modern Love
The Shame Game

Modern Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 20:25 Very Popular


The year was 2006, and Damon Young had just met a woman on MySpace. Their back-and-forth was witty, flirty and easy. They went on a first date at Barnes & Noble, where they browsed books and continued to vibe.Things were going great, Damon thought. That is, until she called off their second date. Damon was confused, but he had a hunch about what fueled her sudden disinterest: his teeth.Damon's teeth had always been a source of shame and anxiety for him. “I know that in America, good, strong, bright, straight teeth signal good, strong, bright, straight money,” he wrote in his Modern Love essay. “My mouth is a memoir. Of canceled orthodontist appointments when my parents couldn't afford the premium.”Today, Damon shares his story about his complicated, evolving relationship with his teeth — and his self-worth. Then, we hear a Tiny Love Story about a woman who reflects on her mother's ritual of doing her hair when she was a child, which she comes to realize was a sign of love.

Imaginary Music
"Shred" Sean Maier (Blessed By A Broken Heart)

Imaginary Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 76:39


Blessed By A Broke Heart, guitarist, Sean Maier, joins the show. He discusses the glorious Myspace days and how it got him into Blessed. Joining the band and having a well known producer, who was more of a name and the impact he had on the album. Sean discuses some of the conflict that can come with being in a band. The Christian aspect of the band is also discussed and how some of the Christian expectations, lead to the dismissal of band members. Sean also shares where he stood on the Christian side of the band. Recording the second album, with Tooth and Nail Records and once the album comes out, their lead singer leaves the band. He also discusses his solo album, Ultra Power. Could there be a possible reunion of the band, listen and see what Sean says.

Early Bird
2022 Cryptocurrency Investing Trends You Need to Know

Early Bird

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 21:54


Mike Jones, the former CEO of MySpace and the current co-founder of investing fund Science Ventures, joins the podcast today. Mike talks about the current state of cryptocurrency investing, including why crypto prices are down in 2022 and how investors should approach crypto this year.Become a smarter investor and make more money by subscribing to Early Bird, a free daily email newsletter, for free: http://earlybird.emailThe contents from Early Bird are for informational and entertainment purposes only and do not constitute financial or legal advice.

Next Stop Crazytown
Podfest 2022 Recap with Fran Racioppi and Juliet Hahn: Katie Brinkley, Social Media Strategist | Speaker | Podcast Host | Web3 Educator

Next Stop Crazytown

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 29:42


Podfest is the world's largest community of podcasters. This year, host Fran Racioppi was invited to speak, and emcee so he invited fellow Podfest speaker Juliet Hahn to co-host a combined Jedburgh Podcast - Your Next Stop series of Podfest Episodes.    Katie Brinkley, host of NFT Ninjas and Founder of Next Step Social Communications joins Fran and Juliet for this Podfest conversation on building a podcast, branding, and digital marketing.   Katie has been leveraging social media to grow audiences and income for over 18 years. Since the time of MySpace, she's helped her clients build a strategy to attract the right followers and generate consistent inbound leads in as little as an hour a week.   From building corporate-level growth strategies for AT&T and DirecTV to implementing done-for-you social media for solopreneurs and local businesses, Katie has been at the forefront of the changes in how buyers engage on social media.   Utilizing her platform-agnostic strategies, Katie's clients have been able to see bottom-line results at every stage of the sales process.   Katie's history of radio journalism mixed with her social aptitude allows her to bring a unique insight and leverage her client stories to the forefront of their social strategy.     Remarkable Quotes from Katie Brinkley:   “I'm an only child. As a kid growing up I would sit in my room and do radio shows.”   “There's something authentic by hearing someone speak.”   “Non-fungible means I need to have that exact $20 bill back.”   ”The only way I get access to that community is by owning an NFT.”   ”I love the fact that we got Russell Wilson.”   ”Most of the time that there is traffic is because people don't know how to understand the basic rules of the road.”   ”Everyone wants to see the weather. Everyone wants to see what's going on with traffic.” Find Us Online! Juliet Hahn | Your Next Stop Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn   Fran Racioppi | The Jedburgh Podcast The Jedburgh Podcast Website Instagram – The Jedburgh Podcast LinkedIn – The Jedburgh Podcast Twitter – The Jedburgh Podcast Facebook – The Jedburgh Podcast TikTok – The Jedburgh Podcast

Conversations from the Barn
A conversation with Kerry Alexander

Conversations from the Barn

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 19:39


Kerry Alexander is a songwriter and musician, and the front-person of indie rock band, Bad Bad Hats. She was born in the Twin Cities, but grew up in Birmingham, AL. Alexander returned to Minnesota to attend Macalester College, which is where she first started to perform live the songs. She performed at open mic nights at the Dunn Bros on Grand Ave and posted her music to MySpace, eventually meeting Chris Hoge, with whom she started a band in her senior year. A performance at the Macalester Battle of the Bands (they lost) led to a record contract and the start of a now decade-long Bad Had Hats journey. As part of Bad Bad Hats, Alexander has written and released three full-length albums, two EPs, and traveled the country (and Canada!). A lover of radio and making playlists, she has also been a guest DJ on 89.3 The Current.

Curious Creatures
Olivia V : All Things Nice ‘N Sleazy!

Curious Creatures

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 32:57 Very Popular


Dedicated to: Pete Shelley (17 April 1955 – 6 December 2018)Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've?)The Curated '90s gave way to a Rebirth of Internet Rock ‘n Roll - Myspace and Tumblr. Is Indie Sleaze a way of being performance-based with serious Gusto!?T.V.O.D.Live Energy. DIY bands. Punk Revisited. When an Online blog with Trashy Aesthetics were Off the wall.M.I.A.Olivia's mum and Budgie come from Liverpool!Olivia Comes of Age in Toronto 2000 when Pot Heads Rule! Olivia's Progress - University, Running a Radio show, Into Band Culture. A Pandemic Playlist. And VOILA! The Idea for Indie Sleaze – Magically appears and No Pot!Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs, on the TV and on the radio, Justice is Huge.First it was Landfill, then Euro-Trash, then Indie sleaze. Music, Fashion, and Culture – What more could you Want?L.A.M.F.Uber Sleaze FB Group. Sounds like 1970 - 1980's NYC that Budgie and Lol Loved.An Archive and Influence Source for Now Bands. A Vibrant Internet Community following where Brit-Pop DIY ethics Led - Just like Punk!!Indie Sleaze, the New Punk Thrift, Stop of cool! Creativity without Restriction Rules! G.L.O.R.I.A.Smashing The Glass ceiling for Female artists. When Karen O said ‘No' to things she didn't feel comfortable with, it propelled her forward positively. Music is still the Lingua Franca between us all.Another Music in a Different Kitchen! CONNECT WITH US:Curious Creatures:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Website: https://loltolhurst.comFacebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whooInstagram: @budgie646Indie  SleazeInstagram: @indiesleazeLinktree: https://linktr.ee/indiesleaze

Metal Shop's Backstage Pass
Metal Shop's Backstage Pass - Episode 292 : BODYSNATCHER drummer Chris Whited

Metal Shop's Backstage Pass

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 32:35


Chris Whited is the drummer for Florida-based deathcore band Bodysnatcher. We chatted about his punk and hardcore background, old school Myspace deathcore, Against Me, MRSA, their new album, touring DIY and much more. 

One Piece With A Lime
One Piece: Strong World

One Piece With A Lime

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 91:21


Hello, Bobby from account here, our usual person in charge of descriptions is on vacation, so I was told to fill in the meantime. Please be patient as this isn't my area of expertise and I can sometimes get a little nervous. Oh my! Look at me rambling!Anyway, the kids this week watched a movie about Nami being kidnapped, wait didn't we already see this? Oh, that was the other one. Akhem, sorry, this movie is about a floating man child that can't let go of a grudge.  A movie about lots of pow pow and bam bam, please go see it at a theater near you. Intro was a section of "East Blue he ~ Nami sarawareru" from the Strong World FilmThese guys have social media accounts on Myspace, Tumblr, and Vine. Here is a link to show your support! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PandaSightings Za Waaarudo!~

Enhance Your Life Podcast
What Cannabis Can Do for Your Creativity

Enhance Your Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 30:50


Cannabis is a well-known creative agent—but how do you harness that creativity to the fullest? This week, Shawn Gold joins the podcast to give some advice and know-how as to using cannabis for creativity and innovation. Shawn is the CEO of Pilgrim Soul, a cannabis company that sells products and merchandise focused on using the plant for creativity. In this episode, Shawn talks about how cannabis has been used through his creative career, and why creative guardrails like his best-selling Creative Thinking Journals can spark new ways of thinking. He also talks about why you lose that sense of creativity in the first place, and what science and research say on how cannabis can help you get it back.

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Hour 2: LaVar, Brady & Jonas – Tyreek's Podcast, Browns vs Baker Mayfield & FSR IR

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 39:05


Jonas, Brady and LaVar foresee Tyreek Hill's podcast causing problems during the season. The Browns come out as the childish ones in the split with Baker Mayfield. LaVar has memory issues when it comes to MySpace and Jonas has another food themed edition of the FSR IR. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

2 Girls 1 Podcast
220 What Is and Is Not "Free Speech" on the Internet?

2 Girls 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 70:41


The 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution prohibits the government from abridging free speech and the press. And Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act prevents common carriers (like telephone companies) from being held liable for the speech of their users. But social media isn't quite either of those things, especially when a small handful of tech companies make huge profits by amplifying dangerous misinformation. So, what IS protected speech on the Internet, and what models of regulation are available to preserve open communication and a digital "public square," while curbing weaponized information? Alli and Lindsey talk with Paul Singer, a partner at the law firm Kelley Drye & Warren LLP and former Texas Associate Deputy Attorney General, who has been focused on consumer protection on the Internet since the days of MySpace. Paul explains why regulating online speech is incredibly complex, especially at the speed of tech. But he remains optimistic that the history of telecommunications — specifically radio — might guide us toward a legal balance. Support 2G1P on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/2G1P Join the 2G1P Discord community: http://discord.gg/2g1p Join the 2G1P Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2girls1podcast/ Email us: 2G1Podcast@gmail.com Call the show and leave a message! (347) 871-6548   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Modern Mann
Out of the Fog

The Modern Mann

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 81:10


When adults adopted as children feel lost or incomplete - even if they had a happy childhood - they often describe themselves as ‘being in the fog'. For Vicky Sandison, who was told her mother's birth mother's name at the age of nine, it was the internet that spurred her on to investigate who she really was. First via Friends Reunited, then MySpace and now 23&Me, Vicky has been piecing together her birth family - and, as she explains to Olly in this month's interview, coming out of the fog… _____________________ Meanwhile, in the Zeitgeist, Ollie Peart takes an 18-hour military flight to the Falklands to uncover a world of dark tourism. Are sites like Goose Green, Pebble Island and Mount Tumbledown, where hundreds of people lost their lives, appropriate stop-offs on a tourist trip of the islands? Does holidaying at Anne Frank Huis, Auschwitz or the Cambodian Killing Fields diminish the terrors that happened there - or keep them alive in our collective memories? The Zeitgeist is sponsored by Manscaped, creators of the anti-chafing, silky-soft Boxer 2.0. Get 20% Off + Free Shipping, with the code ‘Mann' at Manscaped.com _____________________ Elsewhere, in the Foxhole, Alix Fox has been on the hunt for celebrity foreskins at the 40th annual Coney Island Mermaid Parade. And, in our listener question of the month, Foxy assists a listener who wants to know how to recycle her rampant rabbit. Can old sex toys be accepted as small electrical devices by British recycling centres? Can they instead be re-sold? Or made into ART? Alix, as ever, has all the answers - and takes a look at a brand new eco-friendly toy. The Foxhole is sponsored by ExpressVPN, a great way to view adult material in hotels and other places where you don't want to be tracked. Head to ExpressVPN.com/Mann to get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package! _____________________ Finally, our record of the month comes courtesy of Max Pope and the summery vibes of his new tune, Better Late Than Never. This episode is sponsored by: • Stitch Fix, the personal styling site that sends you great clothes to try on at home. Get started today and get 20% off when you keep all five items at at StitchFix.co.uk/mann • Tiege Hanley, who offer simple, effective skincare for men. Get 30% off your first box, plus a free gift, at tiege.com/MANN • Beer52, the UK's No. 1 Craft Beer Club. For a FREE case of their delicious beer, visit beer52.com/modern and just pay for the postage - and they'll chuck in TWO EXTRA BEERS just for you! • Athletic Greens, the ultimate daily nutritional supplement. To get a FREE one-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D, and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase, visit athleticgreens.com/mann • LISTENERS LIKE YOU. If you can afford to buy us a beer each month to say thank you for making you a free 1hr+ magazine show each month - please do. We rely on your support. ———————————— … And we'll see you again, with our annual How To Be A Dad special, on August 10th! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Reese Waters Show
NFL, Amazon & the Future of the Football Broadcast

The Reese Waters Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 43:35


Amazon, Apple, Myspace, America Online... Where the NFL games will be hosted for TV viewers will change a lot over the coming years. Roger Goodell explained this earlier today and Scott gets into some of the realities that will affect how we watch our favorite teams. 

One and Dunne Radio
Twitter Q&A: First MP3 Player? Favorite BBQ Food And More! Plus, Reaction To Baker Mayfield Being Traded.

One and Dunne Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 21:35


On this episode of One and Dunne Radio, host Ryan Dunne has Twitter Followers give their answers to the following questions. What was your first MP3 player? Are you a fan of roller coasters? How competitive are you? What was your first Myspace profile song? Your favorite BBQ meal? Then, Ryan closes the show with his reaction to Baker Mayfield being traded. Be sure to follow the show on Twitter @OneDunneRadio and subscribe to the show on Spreaker, YouTube, Gamatica, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Spotify and more!

Solo Cleaning School
Do You Align Online?

Solo Cleaning School

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 9:43


 It is so critical for each one of us to align or be congruent with how people see and perceive us as a business person in our communities. Before there was an online aspect of doing business, all we had to do was be out in the community building valuable relationships and adding value wherever we could.  This got us referred. Our branding was all about who we were and what we did in person in the community. In the early 2000's, websites started becoming a prominent branding component for cleaning companies along with Google, Yahoo, and even (dare I say it) MySpace. Social media then erupted on the scene in the 2010's and now our online branding may be the most important side of our branding.  The reality is that for most cleaning companies, more and more people are finding us through our online branding first. I want to keep this episode short and sweet. There's two scenarios that can happen: Scenario 1: Great In-Person, Bad Online - Your in person branding is awesome. You can easily convert prospects into new clients and people want to be around you and refer you because of your overall level of service and excellence. But your online presence and branding is terrible or maybe just okay. I have a friend from my local networking group with this exact scenario. You'd meet him in person or at a networking group or see his work and think how amazing he is and how impressed you are. But then you search for him online and you're less than impressed. This is a huge opportunity for this business owner to get congruent and have their online align with their in-person brand. You have an online marketing issue. It's easily corrected with the right professional help.Scenario 2: Great Online, Bad In-Person -  Your online branding is amazing. You are attracting a TON of interested prospect customers and employees. But your in-person branding is not. When these prospects meet you after seeing your website and online social media, they are less than impressed. You are not true to what people perceived of you online. Either your character is not good or your business savvy is not good in person. It's possible that you're just not good with people. Whatever it is, you do not align with your online brand. This is a bad scenario as you will lose almost most of the prospects that meet you. Eventually, your online brand will crumble as well. This is not a marketing issue. It's a character or personal growth issue. This is not easily corrected. You need a coach! If you're in this scenario right now, you have to make up the gap as fast as possible. You've got to be perceived online and in-person the same.Let's all get brutally honest. Which scenario are you in right now? Do you need to increase your online or in-person impression? Decide and take action!Check out my interview with the CBF Founder, entitled "A Buffalo Charges the Storm with Debbie Sardone". Debbie is offering free consultations to listeners of this show through the Smart Cleaning School Resources Page to see if CBF could be the right solution for you. 

Liquid Wisdom Podcast
Ep 39- Ezra Vervin Brings the V in Victory!

Liquid Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 58:15


ver·sa·til·i·ty/ˌvərsəˈtilədē/nounability to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities.“Adaptability is not imitation. It means the power of resistance and assimilation.” – Mahatma GandhiHello dreamers! I haven't posted for quite some time. It is great to see you all again. Due to school, I was absent for nearly two months to the day, but I am now back for the remainder of the summer. There is no better way to begin the reunion than with a new episode featuring a special guest.It's a difficult job being a voice actor. Their voices must be used to convey both their feelings as well as to help create a story. In addition, they must learn to be versatile, constantly refine their craft, and so much more. My guest this week does all of these things and more! Our special guest for this episode is Ezra Vervin who joins me in sharing some interesting insights into voice acting! In this episode, Ezra discusses how she overcame typecasting, how she approaches her craft as well as how she mitigates burnout resulting from the rigorous demands of voice acting! We also discuss Myspace (because of course we do).  As I mentioned previously, I am grateful to have so many supportive people like yourself who continue to support me. I could not have accomplished this without you all. Please take the time to listen to this episode since there are many valuable items in it. It is my hope that you will all continue to drive toward the horizon during these summer months. I will certainly do the same. Take good care of yourself during this time!Thank you very much! I will be posting more stories soon. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Do you want to stay up to date with Ezra? Check out her social media links below!Twitter: https://twitter.com/EzraVWebsite: https://www.instagram.com/ezravervin/

Lead Singer Syndrome with Shane Told
New Noise (Top 8 Releases of the Week) 07/01/2022

Lead Singer Syndrome with Shane Told

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 55:33 Very Popular


Happy Canada Day! Lots of news and chatter about our favourite releases from last week, including Alestorm, Earthists., Alexisonfire, Spiritbox, and more. We have a great Myspace style Top 8 for you this week, lots of diversity, and as always get the full list on Mike's Instagram @slappyslam! Need band merch? Look no further than Rockabilia for all your needs! They have over 500,000 unique merch items at the lowest prices ... BUT use promo code SHANE to save an additional 10% off! rockabilia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mood Ring
Meme Your Mental Health

Mood Ring

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 22:11


Host Anna Borges (The More Or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care), who was famously dragged on Twitter after making a few jokes in reference to mental health, revisits mental health meme culture and how it can be a useful tool to find community during dark times. She's joined by Memes To Discuss In Therapy admin Priscilla Eva for a discussion on “shitposting,” finding the humor in our collective struggles and how social media can actually breed compassion for ourselves and for others.  We want to hear what you think about Mood Ring! You can help us out by filling out a short audience survey: moodringshow.org/survey Follow Mood Ring @moodringshow Follow Anna ​​@annabroges Follow Memes To Discuss In Therapy on Instagram or on Facebook.  Mood Ring is a production of American Public Media and Pizza Shark!  Full Transcript Anna Borges: They say that everyone remembers their first time—I know that I do. Slowly waking up in the morning. Bright light streaming in through the window…   …the sound of my phone rattling on the nightstand as a stream of notifications flooded in.   MUSIC PAUSE, PHONE VIBRATION SOUND EFFECT   Sorry, did you think I was talking about something else? Yeah, no, I'm talking about the first time I got absolutely dragged on the internet.   MUSIC   It was early 2016 and I was a writer at BuzzFeed. I'd been tasked with the challenge of finding a way to make mental health content shareable, and relatable, and viral. And that might sound like a ridiculously easy job in the year of our digital lord 2022, but it wasn't that long ago that the landscape of mental health content looked very different than it does today. Like on big mainstream websites, it was pretty much limited to serious and earnest personal essays and serious and earnest resource articles. And everything else was kind of like… you know… niche. Like it existed, but just in certain corners of the internet.   So, I decided to try doing what I'd long done in my little corners of the internet, I joked about my depression.   And it did not go well.   RECORD SCRATCH, CROWD GASP, YOUNG GIRL SHOUTING “YOU NEED TO LEAVE”   The roundup in question was “21 Tweets About Depression That Might Just Make You Laugh.” A quintessential BuzzFeed list that I thought would make people laugh, and, you know, more importantly, maybe make them feel less alone.   And [laughs] man oh man, was I wrong. Instead, the comments and the emails and the tweets just came flooding in.   SOUNDS OF CROWD JEERING   Anonymous Commenter: “I feel physically sick after reading this. This post is horrible.”   Anonymous Commenter: “You clearly have no experience with depression if you think these are funny.”   Anna Borges: And, and I can't emphasize how mild these tweets were. You know, it was stuff like, “It's not called a nap, it's called a depression sleep.” And like, “I can't wait for my winter depression to end so I can get a start on my spring depression!” Just completely innocuous tweets that you would probably see seventeen of a day these days. And the comments just kept coming.   Anonymous Commenter: “This is disrespectful to people who actually struggle.”   Anonymous Commenter: “You have no business writing about mental health.”   Anonymous Commenter: “Depression isn't funny. Period. It never will be!”   Anna Borges: And I couldn't help but immediately panic and wonder if I'd made, like, some grave mistake. I was like, “Are they right? Was my chosen coping mechanism disrespectful and out of touch? Should I have kept it a shameful secret? What is wrong with me!?”   Was joking about my mental health really so wrong?   MOOD RING THEME MUSIC   I'm Anna Borges and this is Mood Ring, a practical guide to feelings…even when some people think your jokes about those feelings are pretty fucked up.   Every episode, we're exploring one new way to cope — with our feelings, with our baggage, with our brain, with the internet or with the world around us.   Anna Borges: Today's episode is about laughing about mental health. Our mental health. Specifically, laughing about our mental health by following accounts we find relatable and making it part of our regular social media diet.   Now to be clear, disclaimer up top, it's totally okay if jokes about mental health don't feel particularly funny to you. What makes us laugh is, you know, an extremely personal thing, especially where mental health is concerned. And far be it for me to try and tell people that they should find my tweets about wanting to die hilarious. It's not for everyone.   All that said, I'm really relieved that joking about mental health on social media is way more accepted than it used to be. Because now, all of my feeds are full of reminders that I'm not alone, and they offer new ways to frame how I think about my struggles. And, I mean yeah,  they make me laugh and laughing is great.   So let's dig into why following mental health accounts is, you know, a small way to show yourself some love. Joining me is Priscilla Eva, who runs one of my favorite mental health accounts, Memes to Discuss in Therapy. And when I say memes to discuss in therapy, I don't mean wholesome memes that would make my therapist proud. I mean memes that would make my therapist like start scribbling a lot of notes.   And by that, I mean total shitposts.   You're good if you're not actually familiar with this whole mental health shitposting thing—the main thing you need to know is that they're the kind of posts that probably seem inappropriate or insensitive or dark from the outside. But when you are in on the joke? It's kind of like finding shorthand for the experiences that you thought no one else understood.So let's dive into my conversation with Priscilla.   MUSIC FADE OUT   Anna Borges: I would love to start by hearing from you, just for people who aren't familiar with the page how you would describe it, just to like anchor, anchor our listeners into like, what the f we're talking about.   Priscilla Eva: It's just a meme shitposting page. And I like to say I specialize in curating and making memes for mental health and chronic illness. Because those are the two things I care about, mental health and chronic illness related things. And, those are the things that I find most resonant and like to share and repost or make memes of.   Anna Borges: So can you give me kind of the origin story of how you started this page, and like what led to it?   Priscilla Eva: So my friend Tyler, they actually started the page about five years ago. And they started it for the same reason, wanted to just basically shit post mental health stuff. [Anna laughs] And it started as a Facebook page that was just, you know, sharing with a few friends. And then they made it public. And so I started helping, about four or five years ago?   Anna Borges: Oh, wow, I didn't realize the page had been alive for so long. I, I feel like a newcomer, like I'm a poser. I'm like, Oh, I've been a long term fan of memes to discuss in therapy. And it's like, oh, no, no,   Priscilla Eva: Our growth only really, I think took off … a little bit before the pandemic started. [Anna: hmmmm] And I think the pandemic did a lot for people, you know, realizing that they maybe had mental health stuff that they wanted to address for just a plethora of reasons.   Anna Borges: It's, it became more mainstream.   Priscilla Eva: Yes. And so then we got even more followers from that. And then, we started the Instagram, so we could cross post. And, that's kind of where we grew to where we are today.   Anna Borges: So before that, what was your relationship with social media like, or was that really when you dove full in?   Priscilla Eva: Actually always had, you know, sort of flirtation ship with social media. I've had my SlyFox persona since high school, which was back in the MySpace days.   Anna Borges: Same, same. I was a scene queen, you know, just being sad on the internet since 2004.   Priscilla Eva: Yeah, so I've had my SlyFox persona since then. And I kind of use it as my, like, online posting alter ego.   Anna Borges: I feel often similarly when I talk about my mental health online. It's like there's how I talk about my mental health with my therapist and my friends, and then how I talk about it with it online and that difference there, but, it's not, so it sounds like you're someone who has always been comfortable on the internet in some way. Like an Internet person.   Priscilla Eva: Yeah, I, oh gosh. I was very into AIM back in the day, the instant messenger. Yes, and MySpace, all that. Had a lot of online friendships. So it's like people I actually know, which is parlayed into what a lot of my relationships are as an adult. There's a lot of people I know from school, college, you know. And now from, like, my chronic illness stuff, different walks of life. People I've met in real life, but we usually only ever talk online because I have my chronic illness stuff like, you know, during the pandemic, since I'm immunocompromised, couldn't go out at all. [Anna: yeah] So, that kind of compounded it. But there's a lot of relationships I have with people that it's, you know, just messaging each other back and forth a few times a week, sending each other memes. And I'm surprised how similar it is to the AIM instant messages I was sending in high school.   Anna Borges: I am so glad that you said that, or so excited that you said that because literally, literally one of the things I was gonna, wanted to just share is that that is how it functions for me. Like my relationship to the memes, specifically, your page is one that I use a lot, is reposting them to stories kind of as an away message. You know, it used to be like emo song lyrics on my aim profile, and now it's like sad memes. And I just kind of like throw it out there to give people visibility into my sadness, so.   Priscilla Eva: Yeah, just kind of like an update as to what's going on or what you're feeling.   Wow. I really can't overstate how massively important platforms like AIM, Tumblr, MySpace… all of that were to those of us who needed a place where we could express in writing or in a safe way things that were really hard to express out loud. After the break, we'll finish up our conversation with Memes To Discuss in Therapy admin Priscilla Eva and dig into how her followers engage with her content. Plus, we'll talk about where darker mental health jokes fit into all of this.   MIDROLL   Hey, welcome back to Mood Ring. I'm Anna Borges. Before the break we were talking about how following mental health memes accounts and posting about things like our mental health and chronic illness has helped an entire community of people find a new way to express themselves and connect. So let's go ahead and finish up our chat with Priscilla Eva. And as a reminder, Priscilla runs the Instagram and Facebook page Memes to Discuss in Therapy.   Anna Borges: Obviously, what we're talking about is how we use these memes to support our mental health or like how they might not be so great for our mental health and that whole relationship. So, in your experience, how do you see how people interact with your page and share or comment or tag their friends? Like what kind of behavior do you see most often?   Priscilla Eva: One thing I absolutely adore about Memes to Discuss in Therapy and our followers is, now the ratio is much higher. It's like 99% of people who comment are really nice, they're supportive, or they're looking for support, you know. It's an interactive thing where we're all helping each other or feeling less alone. There's about 1% of people who are trolling, who are clearly just there to try to piss people off. And those people get blocked and banned immediately. So I try to keep them out of the comments. But, I find it so interesting that once I kind of shifted my, you know, personal posting from my personal SlyFox page, the memes page, still using the SlyFox, you know, me. But, just shifting the lens through, I guess, you know, what I'm letting society look at me as saying, Hey, this is a mental health page, and we're going to be supportive of each other. I still talk about all the same stuff, but it's just, you know, it's just on the top, you know, this is Memes to Discuss in Therapy. And people are a lot more supportive than I have ever found, you know, elsewhere in internet life. And that's pretty freakin awesome. I love it.   Anna Borges: I love that, that both like doesn't surprise me and surprises me, if only because like, I'm kind of cynical. So I'm like, hey, who knows? People can be assholes about anything, including mental health. But, I do think a space where people can have conversations that they don't get to have elsewhere, even on other pages, like I, can be hopefully welcoming for that. How do you see your followers interacting with the memes? And like, if you had to guess the various reasons that people follow these accounts and what they get from them? What would you say based on what you see?   Priscilla Eva: So we get, I have like multiple tiers of interaction we get on both the Facebook page and the Instagram page. There's people who are just liking and sharing and, you know, they never comment or anything. And that's great. If people are liking and sharing stuff, I assume it resonates with them, and that's awesome. That's the whole point. I love it. And then there's a lot of people who will comment and tag friends in their comments or a ton of people who will comment, say, like, Oh, I feel attacked, or if this isn't me, like, just really relating in the comments. And I love, I love seeing that in the comments. Because so often, someone will say, like, Oh, my God, this is totally me. And then you'll see someone comment underneath them saying, I thought I was the only one. There's a lot of stuff too, when I post about like suicidal ideation, or intrusive thoughts, like that's one of those things that our society doesn't like to talk about at all. And when we do talk about it, we have to put big warnings on it and say, This is really serious. We can't joke around about this. And I think for those of us who are at least me, like me personally, who deal with you know, intrusive thoughts or suicidal ideation on a daily basis. It's kind of hard to keep getting, getting the message over and over again, that something that's in your head every day is really wrong and like, something must be bad with you if, you know, you're having these things that pop into your head all the time. And that's another one that people messaged me all the time, or we get comments all the time, of people saying, oh my god, I thought I was the only one. And that's another one that I like to just say, No, you're not.   Anna Borges: Nope. Absolutely. Yeah, this is resonating so much with me because I, I also deal with like, chronic, passive suicidal ideation is how I kind of describe it. And I wrote an essay about it a couple years ago, and still get messages that mean so much to me, for people who are like, I thought I was alone, I didn't feel this way. And I think it's a real gift to be able to joke about it with other people who get it. You know, and so like having these safe spaces where that will not be a red flag for one of my random followers just is so, so invaluable.   I do often wonder, I know that this kind of thing for people who don't speak this language, or who might not follow these accounts and who might not know that you dealt with this before, but now see through your page that you do, like, have you experienced people expressing worry?   Priscilla Eva: I, I personally have always been like very much an open book when it comes to my mental health, when it comes to my physical health. My mom was kind enough in high school, when my parents got divorced, she told all of us kids, like you each have to go see a therapist, I don't care if you go to one session, or if you go to 20 sessions, but like, I want to make sure we didn't break the kids, like, at least go and do just talk to a therapist for one hour. And if you never want to see him again, that's fine. But if you do, like, I'll pay for you to keep going. And she, I remember, she also would tell us, like, you know, one week in therapy at this age is going to be a year in therapy when you're my age. So like, if you feel like doing it, do it now. And so I totally took her up on that. And I did therapy for about a year, going weekly. And that was awesome. When I was, it was like, when I was 16 to 17. And it gave me a lot of coping skills that I think it usually takes most people into their young adult lives, you know, into their 20s or 30s to get, so I was very thankful for that. But because of that I was very open about my mental health, open about my depressive episodes and just open about, you know, what I was going through. And so for me personally, it's like, I don't think I scare anyone, cause they know who I am. However [laughs], I think there are some people that I know who have become more comfortable sharing about their mental health.   Anna Borges: Oh, good!   Priscilla Eva: Just like from interacting with me, interacting with the page, and they have run into that before where some of their like normie friends are like, Oh, are you okay? You're, like, sounding kind of dark or this or that. They're like, you know, I'm just actually exploring these feelings I'm having. I'm like saying them out loud or putting them out there for other people to see, so.   Anna Borges: To kind of switch gears, one thing I did really want to ask is, it's not surprising at all, to me, but still so interesting to hear that obviously, your reach spiked, right around the beginning of the pandemic, when people were speaking this language. So I'm really curious what kind of things in the past two years, what kind of topics you see resonate most with your audience?   Priscilla Eva: One of the big ones that has just like skyrocketed since the pandemic is social awkwardness. Lots of social awkward memes, and lots of social awkward conversations. But people like forgetting how to people because, you know, they only spend time with their roommates or their pets. And a lot of people talking about depression or loneliness that, you know, a lot of people are not comfortable or have not spent time like being by themselves, like, learning how to be a good friend to themselves. We've had a lot more people just talking about weird thoughts. I'd say like, intrusive thoughts, you know. During the pandemic, people are not in the routine of, you know, doing the same thing every day to keep their brain kind of distracted. So I think, like, a lot of weirdness crept in, but a lot of, you know, goodness, too. [Anna: absolutely] And, yeah, it's been interesting and cool to see all different people interact with that.   Anna Borges: What's, what's really striking me, funnily enough, is, as you're walking through the topics, it all sounds so earnest, and like serious and wholesome. But for people who haven't seen the page, these are all topics that are discussed in a really hilarious way, you know, and [Priscilla: yeah!] I wonder if, if you had to sum it up? How, what would you say is like the magic part of exploring these topics, but in like, a hilarious shitposting medium?   Priscilla Eva: The magic part for me is just the accessibility, because I think there's something about humor, especially something about dark humor, that allows us to laugh about things that, like, we're not even supposed to whisper about. And I think it's, sometimes it's that thin wedge in the door to actually open up a discussion about something. And man, I can't tell you how many people I know in real life, how many people I know through the pages, how many, just people who I've talked to who say, you know, I started looking into depression, or anxiety, or OCD, or getting on medication, or dealing with my eating disorder, all this stuff you know, it started with making jokes about it and reposting memes or reposting silly little stories. And I was just joking about it. But then I realized maybe I'm joking about it because it's something I actually care about. But once you allow yourself to laugh about it, rather than be scared about it, it opens up a door that you didn't know was there. And it allows you to, you know, really step in and explore those feelings in a new way. And for me, that's the magical part of it. And I just like the camaraderie too. I love knowing that there, you know, at any given time, I can post something on our Facebook or Instagram. And immediately we'll get responses from all over the world of people saying, yep, me too. [Anna: same!] I also experience that, like it's just nice to know that we are not alone.   Thank you again to Priscilla for talking to me about one of my favorite things. You can follow Priscilla's page if you've decided this is something that could be for you either on Instagram or Facebook at Memes to Discuss in Therapy.   There is one part of my BuzzFeed story that I left out at the top of the episode. Even with all of the negative comments and emails and tweets I was getting about that post, the, you know, 21 Tweets About Depression, there were a lot of supportive ones, too. People who related and who were thankful for the opportunity to see that other people related, too.   They replied to the other commenters and essentially said, “Hey, just because this doesn't work for you doesn't mean it's bad. If you don't like it, if you don't find it funny, don't read it.”   That's the rule of thumb I kind of follow here, too. You know, we have agency to follow accounts that make us laugh and make us feel seen and that give us language to describe our experiences, just like we have the agency to unfollow the ones that make us feel bad and just don't work for us.   So I encourage you to get to know your mental health sense of humor and follow where it leads you, whether it's accounts like Priscilla's, or late night shitposting on Twitter (I tend to do a lot of that if you're not already following me). You know, weird bits on TikTok, specific creators that really get you … whatever genuinely makes you laugh and is a bright spot on your feed, cause there's plenty on social media that is not that, so the more you can feed in, the better.   For those of you who do enjoy laughing about your mental health experience, I'm curious: What are some of your favorite accounts and memes? Because I'm always on the lookout for more. And I would love to get to know your sense of humor as well. So tag us in them, send them our way, check us out on Instagram or Twitter @moodringshow, and I'm looking forward to laughing with you!   You can even tag me if you're really into it — I'm @AnnaBroges on Twitter – that's Anna B-R-O-G-E-S…because Anna Borges was taken. We want to hear from you. You can get in touch at Moodringshow DOT ORG and click “Contact Us.” Or follow Mood Ring Show on Twitter and Instagram. You can also call and leave a message at 833-666-3746.   CREDITS   Mood Ring was developed by Kristina Lopez. Our executive producers are Maria Murriel, Isis Madrid and Beth Pearlman. Our story editor is Erika Janik. Mijoe Sahiouni is our digital producer. This episode was produced by Jordan Kauwling. And as you know, I'm Anna Borges, and I write, host and produce this show too.   APM Executives in charge are Chandra Kavati, Alex Schaffert and Joanne Griffith. And finally, our music is by Mat Rotenberg.   Thanks again for listening and I hope to see you next episode.

Brandon Baxter In The Morning
AMS w/ Brandon & Kelly - 06/30/22 - Trish Stratus, Social Media Day, Alligators In Arkansas

Brandon Baxter In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:36


*** Brandon claims he was one of the first "King's of MySpace" on World Social Media Day *** Arkansas' Morning Show High Five - Kids raise money so dog can have three surgeries *** Farmers in DeWitt, Arkansas catch an alligator *** Brandon's not too proud to beg his wife to go see WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus at Arkansas Comic Con *** Spotify testing karaoke mode (go to karaoke song) *** New TikTok trend digging deep holes at the beach *** 4th of July cookouts will cost 17% more this year *** Summer etiquette rules to keep in mind More people think video game skills should be taught in school *** Arkansas' Morning Show High Five - Jonesboro Fire Chief Kevin Miller to retire after 35 years of service ***

Lady to Lady
"Boner Court" ft. Alison Leiby

Lady to Lady

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 69:57


Alison Leiby (@alisonleiby) joins the ladies to talk about Alison's one-woman show about abortion, this country's attack on women's rights and sitting on a stool or not while doing stand up. They play Myspace game and then answer two lady problems about staying with a boyfriend or not and dealing with a mean boss!Have a lady problem that needs answering? Send the ladies an email at: ladytoladycomedy@gmail.com or, better yet, leave us a voicemail at (323) 6BUTT30!Want to support the show and get access to bonus content? You can do so by subscribing to us on Wondery+! You can also join us over at Patreon.com/LadytoLady to get access to ad-free episodes, exclusive merch, and more! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Screw The Commute Podcast
613 - Focus on what works: Tom talks Back Off Social Media

Screw The Commute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 17:40


Today, I'm going to try to convince you to back off on your social media. This episode is going to save you a ton of time, and wasted effort, when it comes to social media and alert you to some things you probably didn't know that are hurting you every time you post. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 613 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars See Tom's Stuff – https://linktr.ee/antionandassociates 03:05 Tom's introduction to Back Off Social Media 04:01 The launch of MySpace and controlling social media 06:14 Building an email list is the goal 08:06 Most social media platforms want you to stay on longer 11:55 Facebook expert Mari Smith says most people post too much Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/ Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/ College Ripoff Quiz - https://imtcva.org/quiz Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - orders@antion.com Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/ KickStartCart - http://www.kickstartcart.com/ Copywriting901 - https://copywriting901.com/ Disabilities Page - https://imtcva.org/disabilities/ Email Tom: Tom@ScrewTheCommute.com Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Related Episodes Pinterest for Beginners - https://screwthecommute.com/511/ Pinterest for Intermediates - https://screwthecommute.com/514/ Pinterest for Advanced - https://screwthecommute.com/517/ People Also Ask Tool - https://screwthecommute.com/612/ More Entrepreneurial Resources for Home Based Business, Lifestyle Business, Passive Income, Professional Speaking and Online Business I discovered a great new headline / subject line / subheading generator that will actually analyze which headlines and subject lines are best for your market. I negotiated a deal with the developer of this revolutionary and inexpensive software. Oh, and it's good on Mac and PC. Go here: http://jvz1.com/c/41743/183906 The Wordpress Ecourse. Learn how to Make World Class Websites for $20 or less. https://screwthecommute.com/wordpressecourse/ Join our Private Facebook Group! One week trial for only a buck and then $37 a month, or save a ton with one payment of $297 for a year. Click the image to see all the details and sign up or go to https://www.greatinternetmarketing.com/screwthecommute/ After you sign up, check your email for instructions on getting in the group.

Escuela de Nada
EP #383 - ¿TikTok mató la música?

Escuela de Nada

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 47:16


¿TikTok acabó con la música tal cual la conocemos? ¿Influye en la manera de componer de los artistas? ¿Qué diferencias hay entre MTV, Myspace y TikTok? ¿Running Up That Hill de Kate Bush merece estar en el número 1?

Late Night Playset
Building Ghostbusters & Back to the Future with SEAN BISHOP - Cars & Comedy 472

Late Night Playset

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 101:52


Thursday, June 23, 2022 - Guest: Sean Bishop It's time to go back in time as Cars and Comedy welcomes back writer/director, voice-talent and J's partner in crazy manufacturing, Sean Bishop! Once upon a time they built a time machine and Ecto-1 together and so much more! Sean is a writer/director, voice talent and all round wonderful person. He's also directing the new Star Trek series and announcing his latest car build series (with J) right here TONIGHT! After some nonsense with Canada Mike, hilarious east coast feeds and a bit of whatchu watchin it's time to get to it! Sean busts onto the scene like doc brown with a bunch of plutonium! After discussion of where and when they met, the Ghostbusters prop talk started. A beautiful reminiscence of cruising surplus stores to make replica movie props and eventually Sean bestows J with a gift. Well, maybe it was J's first but either way, we'll never have to worry about lightening again. So many stories, references and inside jokes filled with life, laugher and love. THANK YOU for watching!

The Cheatcoders Podcast
EP190 - "The Galavanting Pare Rangers"

The Cheatcoders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 100:41


The road to 200 begins!!! The guys are back at the studio and they discuss resting bitchface, Myspace courting and measuring things with your body. They also discuss titos at parties and form the Pare Rangers. Join our Patreon: https://patreon.com/thecheatcoders Check out our merch, previous episodes and more on our website: https://thecheatcoders.com Follow us on all social media: @thecheatcoders

Bitter Hearts Podcast
Interview With Dylan Hyrciuk (Our Last day As Kids, Versa Films) *unedited*

Bitter Hearts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 112:26


On this episode of the show, we sit down for a super fun and a super long chat with Dylan Hyrciuk of Versa Films. Dylan is an award-winning music video director who has worked with such bands as Senses Fail and Spiritbox but today we're talking to him about his upcoming short film "Our Last Day As Kids." We talk about the era of Myspace and its impact on the music community, how wasps are the crowdkillers of the bug world and a whole bunch more. To learn more about the project and to help back it head to the link below!'Our Last Day As Kids' - http://kck.st/3wxEzNbQuit naturally with Füm and use BITTERPOD to save 10% at https://www.breathefum.com/BITTERPOD

Experience Milwaukee
MKE Music: Summerfest Series Featuring Valerie Lighthart

Experience Milwaukee

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 20:42


It's Summerfest season once again and we're kicking things off with an eye opening conversation with Valerie Lighthart. Learn more about where she came from, her early Summerfest experiences, an inspiring creative process, and more. Oh, including a MySpace debate. Anyway, Valerie will be playing at Summerfest on June 23 at 2:30 PM on the Miller Lite Oasis stage. There may be a Britney Spears cover in the set. You'll have to check it out for yourself to find out.

Money 4 Nothing
Independent Labels and Electronic Music with Chal Ravens

Money 4 Nothing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 81:54


The music industry isn't a monolith and few scenes have a more distinctive structure than electronic music. As it developed from house and techno to today's endless array of genres, the music traded the artist-heavy focus of rap or rock for constellations of high-profile DJs, faceless producers, and—most importantly for today's episode—a host of iconic independent labels. In a hyper-consolidated, major label world, these indies have not only survived but (sometimes) thrived, defining the aesthetic development of scene after scene both before AND after the internet-driven shifts of the 2000's. But...how did that work? And how do independents fit into the economy of electronic music more generally? To learn more, we were delighted to talk to music journalist Chal Ravens who hosts the podcast “Relevant Parties” profiling legendary labels from DFA and Ninja Tune to Exit and Ed Banger. Our freewheeling conversation touched on everything from the idea of “curation” in the age of Spotify and how Myspace allowed producers to outflank major labels to the informational economy of the club…and whole lot more. Subscribe to our newsletter! Follow us on Twitter! Music: CZ Wang and Neo Image - "Just Off Wave"     

Demo Day Podcast
Brett Brewer on Myspace and Crosscut Ventures

Demo Day Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 21:20


Brett Brewer reveals what made Myspace so successful in the first couple weeks of its launch and how the birth of Crosscut Ventures came to be. Guests - Brett BrewerWebsite - https://crosscut.vc/team/Follow Us!LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/coefficient-labsInstagram: www.instagram.com/demodaypodcast/Facebook: www.facebook.com/coefficientlabs/Twitter: https://twitter.com/coefficientlabsContact Information:social@coefficientlabs.com

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast
Podcast #1056: Has Netflix Jumped the Shark and Broadlink's FastCon Smart Home Protocol

HDTV and Home Theater Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 46:14


This week we try to determine whether Netflix has jumped the shark and what they can do save the company. We also take a look at a new smart home protocol from Broadlink called Fastcon. It's highly reliable and very affordable. We also read your emails and discuss the week's news. News: LG 'Objet' OLED Evo TVs prioritise both style and substance Android TV reaches 10K streaming apps There's a new OLED TV panel manufacturer on the block Cox explores a smart TV strategy Other: doitforme.solutions Sonos Voice Assistant - what is it, how does it work, how does it compare? Apple Inks 10 Year Global Deal for Major League Soccer Has Netflix jumped the shark? - Listener email and discussion Just been thinking about Netflix and wanted to share my thoughts  The old saying from Happy days when the Fonz jumped a shark tank on water skis and Happy Days was never the same. Innovation & Interface No one can say that Netflix was not an innovator in the DVD delivery and then streaming service.  They showed everyone what could be done and pioneered the streaming services.  A wise person in the software business who I work with to create our company's digital platform told me this that our product was visionary and ahead of anything currently on the market.  He then said let's make sure that we keep pushing forward because the competition is coming and this is their starting point.  Netflix in my opinion is no longer the innovator they once were and have fallen behind the crowd.  I believe the lack of integrating into a box or TV streaming OS really hurts them.  This is my main way to find new stuff to watch and the what's next makes decisions easier.  Their interface I believe is one of the worst of the main stream services.  They have gone to allowing algorithms show you movies/shows that it thinks you would want to watch.  I have a soft side I don't always need to see thing blow up in what I watch.  Trying to find the vast majority of their library is difficult.  The other streaming service allow you to see everything they have very easily again in my opinion. Cost of main stream streamers & Business Model Netflix 4k streaming at $19.99 Disney Bundle – No ads 4k streaming - $19.99 Netflix - 1080P only - @ $15.49 HBO Max - 4k streaming @ $14.99 Disney Bundle adds - $13.99 All others are under $10 a month I believe    They raised their prices at the wrong time as inflation was starting to it creep up they raised the prices and in reality or the #1 & 2 highest priced streaming services as the Disney bundle is 3 separate services.  Also, it was kick in the face to be charging $15.49 for 1080P streaming – this is when I said goodbye.  I have kept my Paramount, Discovery, Apple TV+, subscription because their prices is low and upgraded to Peacock without commercials because the per month price is under $10.  I do get the Disney bundle and HBO Max free and if I had to pay for them I would pay from HBO Max & Disney Plus – wait for the $1 deal from hulu to sign back up. Their business model of binging is great for consumers but not the corporations.  Once Netflix jumped the shark with their prices I decided I could just wait till the late summer and re-activate for a month or two to see all their good content and then put the service back on pause.  Disney & HBO have the weekly release that to me makes more invested in their services and they have good content.   Future Does NetFlix go the way of Blackberry, MySpace or can they reinvent themselves?  This is the questions each stockholder is asking right now.  If I were in charge first thing I would do is realize that I'm no longer the only big dog and be honest about my place in the streaming world.  I would integrate with the Box and TV OS's integrated search.  I would redesign my interface.  I would change my $15.49 price to allow for 4K streaming.   I would not buy Roku as that does not help you but spend money.  If your plan is to make it the only way to get Netflix then you really don't know your place in the streaming war.  If you want to buy something look for a content provider with a big catalog if there is one left.  I hope Reid can see beyond his ego and reshape Netflix to be competitive and still deliver great content and reasonable price.  Roku Staffers Swirl in Netflix Acquisition Rumors  Roku stock was up nearly 10% Wednesday morning as internal discussions focus on the possibility of a tie-up with a streaming giant that suddenly needs help with advanced advertising Full article here… Ad supported streaming? - With Roku Netflix would not have to share revenue with other hardware makers.  Broadlink FastCon Smart Home Protocol We have spoken a lot about Matter this year as a way to unify the Smart Home market. Well there is another protocol that has recently been released that has some pretty cool features. We're talking about the Broadlink FastCon Smart Home Protocol. FastCon BLE is a patented communication technology based on Bluetooth Low Energy developed by BroadLink, boasting many advantages over their previous Wi-Fi based smart products. Benefits include: Zero Setup: Power up > Device Appears Batch Installation: Add up to 90 devices in one second Super Mesh Network: Extends signal range up to 500m covering all your house even in commercial buildings. Max 250 devices require only one gateway - saves your cost and time implementing and won't crash your router anymore No Internet Required: The fastest control experience is direct local access Almost all controls especially for lighting are operated locally (except voice control) Bluetooth connection enables you to control devices via App or switch at home No Account Required: Boot up, open the app and add your devices Guaranteed Success Rate: 99.99% device discovery and control rate. Enhanced mesh repeating mechanism guaranteed the delivery of control commands but avoiding duplicated signals Low Cost: Very cost-effective FastCon BLE Chipset, which lowers device cost What devices are on the market? Broadlink has a lot of devices and from what we can tell you can do your entire home with their devices and here is the kicker, their products are inexpensive. They even have an IR remote that allows you to integrate your smart home with your home theater. The best way to get started is with a starter kit that consists of 3 A19 Bluetooth Color Changing Light Bulbs with Music Sync, 1 Wireless Scene Switch and a Hub. While the Hub is not required for local control, it does allow remote access of your home as well as voice control via Alexa or Google Home. All of this for the whopping price of $34.99! There are Smart Touch Wall Light Switches available for $24.99 for the 1 Gang model that requires a hub but not included. The version that comes with a hub is only two dollars more ($26.99). Someone is taking a loss on the hub! There is a model that allows you to control three light lights for $30.99.  There are also two types of wall plugs, and the cheapest one available is $5.99 and is a simple on and off switch. The second version has a dimmable night light that sells for $11.99 You can use the $24.99 Smart Button (includes a hub) to kick off scenes and automations as well as control lights and turn on your home entertainment system. To control your home entertainment system you will need the Mini IR Universal Remote Control which runs $25,99.  They support almost all TVs and entertainment systems on the market today. But with this remote you are not limited to TVs. You can control AC Units, blinds, and pretty much anything that takes an IR command.  This system looks similar to Insteon in the sense that it is proprietary. We didn't find a Thermostat that works with it so keep that in mind. It is also unlikely that Broadlink will support Matter anytime soon. If you go this route you may be on an island. Albeit a nice tropical island.  

Lady to Lady
"Thoughtful No Thank You" ft. Nora McInerny

Lady to Lady

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 86:28


Nora McInerny (@noraborealis) joins the ladies to talk about a weird proposal Nora witnessed, who was the hottest guy on 90210 and shows and movies Nora wasn't able to see as a kid. They also talk about dealing with grief in life, they play the Myspace game and answer a lady problem about having kids or not.Have a lady problem that needs answering? Send the ladies an email at: ladytoladycomedy@gmail.com or, better yet, leave us a voicemail at (323) 6BUTT30!Want to support the show and get access to bonus content? You can do so by subscribing to us on Wondery+! You can also join us over at Patreon.com/LadytoLady to get access to ad-free episodes, exclusive merch, and more! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In House With Arielle Charnas
Dating Do's and Don'ts With Alana Feldman

In House With Arielle Charnas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 28:28


For this week's episode, Arielle is joined again by her good friend Alana Feldman. The ladies dive into all things dating, reminiscing on their own experiences dating in NYC (back in the days of MySpace and Facebook). Arielle and Alana share the valuable lessons they learned while dating—such as for a first date, “Not to commit yourself to an entire night.”They also touch on the importance of looking beyond physical attractiveness, as personality should also be a key part of your decision to continue dating. Plus, stay to the end as Alana and Arielle play a game of Dating: Do or Do Not, as they tackle the hard questions of whether to wear heels or not, kissing on a first date and more!Follow @ariellecharnas, @leanwithlana and @somethingnavy on Instagram!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Related with Amanda and Carli Bybel
Mean Girls, Coyote Ugly, & Throwback Memories From the Early 2000's

Related with Amanda and Carli Bybel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 34:21 Very Popular


In this episode, Amanda and Carli take a walk down memory lane and share some of their favorite memories from the early 2000's. They share all the nostalgic feels from high school, movies, MySpace, makeup and fashion, and more. This episode gives special insight into the sisters' memories of major cultural moments over the years.  For more information, and to register for the Manifestation + Mindset Workshop that Carli and Amanda will be hosting, please use this link. Limited Spaces AvailableSpecial discount code for our Related Podcast community! For 10% off your enrollment, use code RELATED at checkout.For business and collaboration inquiries, please email pr@therelatedpodcast.com

No Jumper
The DGainz Interview: Shooting Chief Keef & Lil Durk's Early Videos, Getting Shot at & More

No Jumper

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 59:16 Very Popular


Brand new interview with DGainz, where he talks about filming videos for Lil Durk & Chief Keef, getting sh*t on set, street politics, and more! https://www.instagram.com/dgainz/ ---- 00:00 Intro 4:26 - Getting his first official camera, uploading videos to MySpace 5:49 - Having an in-house studio producing and engineering for artists, meeting Lil Durk when he was 15yrs old 6:50 - Not hearing the word “Drill” be used to describe music until working with King Louie 9:48 - Meeting Chief Keef after he hit him up on Facebook, shooting “Bang” video when Keef was 15 18:27 - Not shooting diss videos, not really wanting to put g*ns in the video 19:41 - Shooting “I Don't Like”, Sosa being put on house arrest 33:33 - Things changing after the loss of Lil Jojo 44:14 - Girl pulling out contract after s*x for a free music video ----- Shout to our Partners at Gamer Supps! ORDER YOUR FREE SAMPLE TODAY with our Promo Code NoJumper https://youtu.be/UUwcj1YC-NE Gamer Supps offers esports athletes, gamers, and podcasters the most effective and healthy energy choice to help them perform at the highest potential especially during their most crucial moments. Try it today 100% Free with our Promo Code NoJumper https://gamersupps.gg/ ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz  Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices