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Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #30- Musician John Brennan (The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs)

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 29:57


This week we're heading on down to the drive-in with John Brennan. John's best known for his role as the music guy on The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs, but he's written far more music than one show can contain. (But it's all great for your run-on-the-mill mutant.)  On top of his work with Troma, John's got a solo album that just came out called, 'No Offense, None Taken.' He also has a record collecting all of his music from The Last Drive-In (with a wonderful cover).For more information, check out John's website. And to order a copy, check out the Ship-to-Shore website.

Canvas Church's Podcast
Episode 22: Genesis... The Story Begins Part 5

Canvas Church's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 47:43


Tail Spin

GSMC Television Podcast
GSMC Television Podcast Episode 362: Disney 2

GSMC Television Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2021 68:15


Disney shows are the main focus of this episode. Gabby Duran & The Unsittables, a show about a 13 year old girl who babysit aliens, is talked about first. Then the show Bunk'd a spin off to the old Disney Channel series Jessie is discussed. Next the old 1990's show Tailspin, which is about Baloo the bear flying for Higher for Hire, on Disney + is mentioned. The final show is Loki another Disney + show. This is a great Marvel series about Loki the god of mischief. If you want to find out about these shows take a listen to this podcast you will not be disappointed. If you enjoyed this episode, follow us and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or on any app that carries podcasts as well as on YouTube. Please remember to subscribe and give us a nice review. That way you will always be among the first to get the latest GSMC Television Podcasts. We would like to thank our Sponsor: GSMC Podcast Network Advertise with US: https://gsmcpodcast.com/advertise-with-us Website: https://gsmcpodcast.com/gsmc-television-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsmc-television-podcast/id1119784481 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1RYS-E_58E Twitter: https://twitter.com/gsmc_television Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GSMCTelevision/ Disclaimer: The views expressed on the GSMC Television Podcast are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction, copying, or redistribution of The GSMC Television Podcast without the express written consent of Golden State Media Concepts LLC is prohibited.

Pursuing Pixels
104: The Very Final, Final Boss

Pursuing Pixels

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 43:59


Welcome back to Pursuing Pixels. We're a little less jam-packed in regards to quantity this week, but we are MORE than making up for it in the quality department, with some seriously top-notch games on the docket  this week...so, let's go! First things first, we've all got BOBA fever!  This awesome little precision platformer from indie dev trio, Casey MacNiel, Dalton Leavy, & Connor Grail is an absolutely fantastic experience from top to bottom...and on top of all that, there is a full blown level editor that is super simple to use and already has loads of great player-made levels!  Kevin also just can't leave Ludum Dare 48 alone and has one more amazingly polished precision puzzle platformer, Tailspin!, from Team Bugulon. Randall has been playing a bunch of PHOGS! with his wife Tina, and they've been having a blast with this wacky co-op puzzle adventure!  Kevin has a couple more indies to spotlight (per usual), after sinking a ton of time into both Die in the Dungeon, a roguelite deckbuilding dice game, and Townseek, a super chill trading exploration game. Finally, John wraps things up with Touhou: Luna Nights, which he is thaaaat close to 100%-ing!  This action-packed & puzzle-filled metroidvania is shaping up to be amongst his favorites, in one of his favorite genres—shockingly, John & Kevin agree on a metroidvania! :)   Timestamps: BOBA  -  00:02:12 Tailspin!  -  00:12:15 PHOGS!  -  00:14:35 Die in the Dungeon  -  00:22:04 Townseek  -  00:27:27 Touhou: Luna Nights  -  00:29:22     Thanks so much for taking the time to listen!  If you'd like to find us elsewhere on the internet, you can find us at: linktr.ee/pursuingpixels www.pursuingpixels.com Twitch  //  YouTube Twitter  //  Instagram Come and join us on our Discord

LemONAIR - Luxembourg Radio Podcast
Sendung 35 - 10/06/2021 - by Cheyenne and Yona

LemONAIR - Luxembourg Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 16:07


Hey!! We are back with a brand new episode! Moderated by Cheyenne and Yona, this episode is an edition with mostly Luxembourgish artists ! Starting with BELAU's song “Finally Home” and “Hit the Ground” from DRIFE. Followed by “Nothing To Lose” from the Luxembourgish band CALL IT ZULU. Lastly, there is “Tailspin” from the 4-piece band MALLOWS. Don't forget to check it out and have a glimpse of our website! https://www.lemonair.lu/ - Hey!! Mir sinn zeréck mat enger néier Sendung! An dëser Sendung sinn dei meescht Lieder vun lëtzebuergeschen Artisten dran! Ugefaangen mat “Finally Home” vun BELAU an “Hit the Ground” vun DRIFE. Gefollegt vun “Nothing To Lose” vun der lëtzebuergescher Band CALL IT ZULU. Als lèscht hu mir “Tailspin” vun der 4er band MALLOWS. Vergiesst net et ze lauschteren, an eis Website ze besichen! https://www.lemonair.lu/

The Seventh House Podcast
Episode 107: Crosswinds 06/06

The Seventh House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2021 176:00


Here is the playlist for the 06/06 episode of Crosswinds. Enjoy! Stan Kenton Orchestra- Intermission Riff (theme) Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band- The Jazz Police Vanguard Jazz Orchestra- Don't You Worry About a Thing Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra- Delaunay's Dilemma McCoy Tyner Big Band- Blues on the Corner Chuck Owen and the Jazz Surge- All Hat, No Saddle Claire Fisher Latin Jazz Big Band- Vamp and Ready Chick Corea and the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra- Spain Stevie Wonder- Fun Day Global Noize- Fun Chuck Mangione- Fun and Games Beat Funktion- Roots The Fearless Flyers- Introducing the Fearless Flyers Miles Davis- My Funny Valentine Keith Emerson- Summertime Potter's Daughter- Catherine Dave Kulju- A Poet's Tailspin- iii- The Bridge Rachel Flowers- A B Brand X- Algon (Where An Ordinary Cup Of Drinking Chocolate Costs £8,000,000,000) Jane Getter Premonition- Kryptone Adam Holzman- Truth Decay Jan Hammer- My Father's Vibes Pat Metheny Group- Follow Me Potter's Daughter- Silver Moon Dr. Um- Hipnotherapy Donald Fagen- New Frontier Alan Hewitt and One Nation- We're One Nation Billy Cobham- Crosswinds (closing theme)

Toon Along!
Ep.83 - Tail Spin "Jumping The Guns" S1E48

Toon Along!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 26:38


It's Monday night and were kicking off the week with an episode of Tail Spin. Here's to all those Saturday Mornings with that bowl of soggy cereal here with a fill up of that sad old bowl. This show brings good memories along with the rest of the lineup from it's time, so let's kick back with another Disney masterpiece.Welcome to the Toon Along!, Join me as I watch, play and review Cartoons, Movies, Video Games and TV Shows from the 80’s, 90’s, 2000’s as well as today, all while adding my personal perspective and opinions on the subject, so hop on as we take a ride back to the past for some deep memory driven entertainment on Toon Along!You’re watching:Tail SpinSeason: 1 Episode: 48 "Jumping The Gun" (1991)Check the Podcast out on Social Media for more info, news updates!!-WEBSITE-https://www.toonalong.com-YOUTUBE-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsBRFFhpaINiVx9q0nBix4A-TWITTER-https://twitter.com/ToonAlong-REDDIT-https://www.reddit.com/user/ToonAlong-FACEBOOK-https://facebook.com/toonalong-i TUNES-https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/toon-along/id1486506690-SPOTIFY-https://open.spotify.com/show/1et6lZL2uoKGuX86vPbbYn-TWITCH-https://www.twitch.tv/toonalong

Stuff I Learned Yesterday
563- Birth of a Dream

Stuff I Learned Yesterday

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 13:04


Let's get dangerous! What comes to your mind when you hear those words? I was a child of the 80’s and entered high school in 1990. When I was in high school, my afternoons after I got out of school consisted of me coming home, turning on the TV, and for the next two to three hours, watching cartoons like Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers, Tailspin, Ducktails, Darkwing Duck, the Animaniacs, and Batman: The Animated Series. And I absolutely loved watching these cartoons.  Read More... The post 563- Birth of a Dream appeared first on Golden Spiral Media- Entertainment Podcasts, Technology Podcasts & More.

Golden Spiral Media All Inclusive Feed
563 – Birth of a Dream

Golden Spiral Media All Inclusive Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 13:04


Let's get dangerous! What comes to your mind when you hear those words? I was a child of the 80’s and entered high school in 1990. When I was in high school, my afternoons after I got out of school consisted of me coming home, turning on the TV, and for the next two to three hours, watching cartoons like Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers, Tailspin, Ducktails, Darkwing Duck, the Animaniacs, and Batman: The Animated Series. And I absolutely loved watching these cartoons.  Read More... The post 563 – Birth of a Dream appeared first on Golden Spiral Media- Entertainment Podcasts, Technology Podcasts & More.

Gayest Episode Ever
Al and Peg Bundy Meet a Gay Couple

Gayest Episode Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 94:24


“The Dance Show” (October 21, 1990) Given the reputation of Married… With Children, you might be surprised to know that its treatment of a same-sex married couple is actually rather progressive. But yeah, in spite of his many hang-ups, Al Bundy seems unbothered by the prospect of two guys being married, even if the part that impresses him most is dedicated food preparation. We’ll take what we can get, and at least comedy-wise, this fifth-season episode is firing on all cylinders. Listen to Smart Mouth’s new episode on the history of breakfast with comedian Kate Willett. Watch Matt Baume’s Culture Cruise video on this Married… With Children episode, which we cite several times in this episode. Listen to the What a Cartoon episode on TailSpin, which talks about Sally Struthers in addition to many other things. Read the Vulture piece on the “lost roles” of Married… With Children. Watch the Television Academy video in which Michael Moye talks about 227. Shop for Gayest Episode Ever shirts, totes and more on our TeePublic page. Watch Drew’s video compilation of every LGBT joke ever on the history of The Simpsons. Buy Glen’s movie, Being Frank.  Support us on Patreon! Follow: GEE on Facebook • GEE’s Facebook Group • GEE on Twitter • GEE on Instagram • Drew on Twitter • Glen on Twitter Listen: iTunes • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Play • Google Podcasts • Himalaya • TuneIn This episode’s outro track is “Girl Dream” by Connie Hyland, which is actually not available on any streaming service but maybe just listen to it on YouTube?

WV unCommOn PlaCE
Myko and TailSpin Tools

WV unCommOn PlaCE

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 20:59


Influenced by my parents. My Mom and Pop rebuilt the house around us.  Repairs or improvements were expensive, so my parents were DIY animals.  Pop learned to hang sheetrock, Mom learned to tape seams.  We grew up watching a florist and a bookkeeper tear pipes from the walls to reinvent our home.  No project was out of reach.  Way before Youtube, they just dove in and figured it out.  By 14 I was helping a neighbor renovate HIS home. My Start in woodworking: A birthday gift when I was about 10 changed my life.  Opened it, confused to find a block of wood.  Now, we were not wealthy…but a block of wood? Really?? Another gift followed, the wooden box of an Exacto carving set.  I carved that block of balsa into a treasured keepsake. My right hand has been trying to murder my left hand ever since. The early lesson was that work provided what you could imagine, instead of what you could buy. The problem solving and tool skills served me well through a 35-year commercial photography career in Manhattan, building out 4 studios along the way. I hold 2 prior US patents, and a bootstrapped background in product development, which earned bringing a product for large-format digital photography to market around 2010. Carved wooden canoe -  The first thing I ever made. The first thing I ever made. As tools outgrew storage a shop got built in the basement, skills improved and work grew more refined, I confronted the question that haunts us all: “Pins first, or tails first?“  Determined to get it right, the boxes that covered shop surfaces were chopped up or given away. Bought Euro and Japanese backsaws and learned that my chisels weren’t really sharp. Building other people’s jigs, and watching endless videos of experts contradicting each other. Every jig, trick, and hint aimed at the same thing: The Transfer.  TailSpin Tool 1.0 TailSpin 1.0 In 2015 I tried to eliminate the transfer. With patents filed, rounds of prototypes and tests began. The videos and work-arounds proved the problem was pervasive; not just mine. Fast-forward 5+ years to Calibrated Collinear Marking Tools.  The first small run was CNC machined in brass and stainless. The plan was metal production. That changed when two of my test dummies (Thanks guys!!) reported the brass didn’t hold up to their marking knives. Decided to go composite. Covid nixed a video re-shoot.  Now they’re lighter, easier to use, and less likely to take or dish damage from bench to floor & back. Cheaper to produce also, the original price was projected at $150/set!  So there you have it. Peace in our time. The Pins vs. Tails feud is over! You’re welcome. https://www.tailspintools.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wvuncommonplace/message

This Is Rad!
Disney Afternoon

This Is Rad!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 114:57


This week Kyle and Matthew welcome nerdmelt family member Lynnette Joy Housky for a chat about Disney's 90's afternoon cartoon line up Disney Afternoon. What they find is that Disney Afternoon is more of a state of mind that a cannon list of shows. But we do talk about Darkwing Duck and Tailspin and Ducktales for a while. So grab an after school snack and hang out.   Weekly Rads: Kyle - Batman Beyond (show) Matthew - VFW (movie) Lynette - Office Ladies (podcast)   Go to www.mackweldon.com and use the promo code RAD to get 20% off your first order! Go to www.Patreon.com/thisisrad and subscribe to send in questions for our Listener Questions episodes, to get exclusive bonus episodes, extra content, and access to the This Is Rad Discord server!   Check out our merch! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/this-is-rad  Also! Check out march for Kyle's record label Radland Records https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/4109261-radland-logo  Also! Laura started an online store for her art! Go buy all of her stuff!!!https://www.teepublic.com/stores/lmknight?utm_campaign=8178&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=lmknight   Follow us on social media or whatever! Twitter: @ThisIsRadPod @kyleclarkisrad @MatthewBurnside @LMKnightArt Instagram: @thisisradpodcast Tumblr: thisisradpod.tumblr.com http://www.thisisradpodcast.com    

Shots With Comics
Shots With Comics Ep. 75: Mutton Chop!

Shots With Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 0:01


This week: The guys take a look at East of West where Death has a baby, A Tailspin style comic: Cloudscratchers, and then the politically ...

The NPCs - Video Game Commentary, Video Game News, And More!
Weekly Topic - Top TV Video Games - Week of September 12th 2020

The NPCs - Video Game Commentary, Video Game News, And More!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2020 96:38


Following up to last week's episode where we looked at Movie Video games, this week we surf through the sitcoms, the cartoons, and even the TV Guide channel just to see what's on TV! Oh, the show is done? Well fret not! You have the video game of the show! So it's time to blow the dust off the cartrigde, set the TV to Ch. 3, and play your way through the Top TV Video Games! Where does Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers stand against Tailspin, Darkwing Duck vs. Adventures of Batman and Robin, even Home Improvement vs. Turtles in time? Tune in and find out! Check us out on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/TheNPCsPodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thenpcspodcast Intro: Run by J+1 Outro: Haunt by J+1 Pick up his tracks on Bandcamp today @ https://jplusone.bandcamp.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-npcs-podcast/support

Fiction Fanaticz
Disney Afternoon 20+ Years later

Fiction Fanaticz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2020 106:55


Step right up and come on in, here's where the fun begins. In this episode, we talk about the beloved children's programing block the Disney Afternoon.

Voice Acting Up!
Voice Acting Up - 13. Legendary director Ginny McSwain! PART 1/2

Voice Acting Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2020 46:59


What do Hanna Barbera, VO royalty Andrea Romano & Kris Zimmerman, John Candy, Gravity Falls, and Tailspin have in common?? This gal! Sean Rohani chats with arguably the GREATEST VO DIRECTOR OF ALL TIME about her journey to become a voice (and casting director) and what it takes to be an animation voice actor today. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a positive review and share with your friends! Have a question you'd like to ask? Leave a comment on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/groups/voiceactingup/! Thanks for listening!

Drawn To It Podcast
Drawn To It Podcast - Episode 26 with Hollywood Screenwriter Mark Zaslove

Drawn To It Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2020 66:19


It isn't everyday you get to meet a person who worked on a few of your favorite childhood shows. Every now and then I get the chance to talk with one of these talented people and Mark Zaslove and his smart writing and great story telling skills is one more opportunity. Disney's Tailspin, Ducktales and Gummi Bears are just a scratch on the tip of the surface of the work of Mark Zaslove. Mark has an IMDB three miles long.He is an amazing screenwriter and not only has written some fantastic animated shows he has done just as much in live action. Such an inspiring guest! Follow Mark here: www.https://www.markzaslove.com/ ______________________________________________________________ Are you a fan of Drawn To It Podcast? Send us an email with a question or comment, even a guest recommendation. Go To https://www.dtipodcast.com email: Drawntoitpodcast@gmail.com Follow Drawn To It Podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC40D... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drawntoitpo... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Drawn2ItPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/10379...--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drawntoit/message

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
NYT best-selling authors Allison Brennan and Catherine Coulter IN CONVERSATION

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 45:17


Authors on the Air presents Allison Brennan and Catherine Coulter IN CONVERSATION for Women's Herstory Month. Allison Brennan believes life is too short to be bored, so she had five children and writes three books a year. A former consultant in the California State Legislature, Allison is now a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than three dozen thrillers and numerous short stories. Reviewers have called her “a master of suspense” and RT Book Reviews said her books are “mesmerizing” and “complex.” She’s been nominated for multiple awards, including the Thriller, RWA’s Best Romantic Suspense (five times), and twice won the Daphne du Maurier award. She currently writes two series—the Lucy Kincaid/Sean Rogan thrillers and the Maxine Revere cold case mysteries. Catherine Coulter is the author of over 84 novels, including 79 New York Times bestsellers, occasionally, after exhaustive prayers, hitting #1. The Cove, the first book spent nine weeks on the New York Times list and has to date sold well over 3 million copies. Since then she’s written 23 thrillers in the FBI series, including The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Hemlock Bay, Eleventh Hour, Blindside, Blowout, Point Blank, Double Take, Tailspin, Knockout, Whiplash, Split Second, Backfire, Bombshell, Power Play, Nemesis, Insidious, Enigma, and Paradox. Her 23rd FBI thriller LABYRINTH released July 30th, 2019. Coulter also co-written with bestselling author JT Ellison. @copyrighted

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Allison Brennan & Catherine Coutler IN CONVERSATION On Authors On The Air

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 45:17


Authors on the Air presents Allison Brennan and Catherine Coulter IN CONVERSATION for Women's Herstory Month. Allison Brennan believes life is too short to be bored, so she had five children and writes three books a year. A former consultant in the California State Legislature, Allison is now a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than three dozen thrillers and numerous short stories. Reviewers have called her “a master of suspense” and RT Book Reviews said her books are “mesmerizing” and “complex.” She’s been nominated for multiple awards, including the Thriller, RWA’s Best Romantic Suspense (five times), and twice won the Daphne du Maurier award. She currently writes two series—the Lucy Kincaid/Sean Rogan thrillers and the Maxine Revere cold case mysteries. Catherine Coulter is the author of over 84 novels, including 79 New York Times bestsellers, occasionally, after exhaustive prayers, hitting #1. The Cove, the first book ispent nine weeks on the New York Times list and has to date sold well over 3 million copies. Since then she’s written 23 thrillers in the FBI series, including The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Hemlock Bay, Eleventh Hour, Blindside, Blowout, Point Blank, Double Take, Tailspin, Knockout, Whiplash, Split Second, Backfire, Bombshell, Power Play, Nemesis, Insidious, Enigma, and Paradox. Her 23rd FBI thriller LABYRINTH released July 30th, 2019. Coulter also co-written with bestselling author JT Ellison.

Authors On The Air Radio
Allison Brennan & Catherine Coulter IN CONVERSATION on Authors on the Air

Authors On The Air Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2020 46:00


Authors on the Air presents Allison Brennan and Catherine Coulter IN CONVERSATION for Women's Herstory Month. Allison Brennan believes life is too short to be bored, so she had five children and writes three books a year. A former consultant in the California State Legislature, Allison is now a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than three dozen thrillers and numerous short stories. Reviewers have called her “a master of suspense” and RT Book Reviews said her books are “mesmerizing” and “complex.” She’s been nominated for multiple awards, including the Thriller, RWA’s Best Romantic Suspense (five times), and twice won the Daphne du Maurier award. She currently writes two series—the Lucy Kincaid/Sean Rogan thrillers and the Maxine Revere cold case mysteries.  Catherine Coulter is the author of over 84 novels, including 79 New York Times bestsellers, occasionally, after exhaustive prayers, hitting #1. The Cove, the first book ispent nine weeks on the New York Times list and has to date sold well over 3 million copies. Since then she’s written 23  thrillers in the FBI series, including The Maze, The Target, The Edge, Riptide, Hemlock Bay, Eleventh Hour, Blindside, Blowout, Point Blank, Double Take, Tailspin, Knockout, Whiplash, Split Second, Backfire, Bombshell, Power Play, Nemesis, Insidious, Enigma, and Paradox. Her 23rd FBI thriller LABYRINTH  released July 30th, 2019. Coulter also  co-written with bestselling author JT Ellison.  

Hey It's Enrico Pallazzo Fantasy Baseball
Bonus: Episode 7 Emails March 6th, 2020

Hey It's Enrico Pallazzo Fantasy Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2020 21:04


Your emails are an important part of the pod. They're so important that we put them separately from the rest of episode 7. These emails contain baseball related questions focusing on fantasy baseball concerns such as which Oakland A's rotation stud should be drafted first (Frankie Montas)? We also have emails about the original Star Trek films and which Disney cartoon series from the 90's was the best (Tailspin). We'll read your email on the show if you send it to us at pallazzopodcast@protonmail.com

On the Board with Chris and Foxxy
Ep. 4 1/2. Ep. Teaser for Ep. 5

On the Board with Chris and Foxxy

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 3:59


Who loves 90s Nostalgia? Well you have got it in this episode. Rugrats, Darkwing Duck, Tail Spin... we have it all in this episode! Let's get DANGEROUS!

WorldCraft Club
07 - Interview: Dave Schmidt

WorldCraft Club

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2020 40:48


Description - In this special episode of the Worldcraft Club we interview Dave Schmidt, about his work on Recovery, his online webcomic. Dave's approach to worldbuilding is fairly easy going as he builds a post apocalyptic western with heavy influences from 90's era anthropomorphic cartoons (TMNT, Gargoyles, Tailspin and Street Sharks) where the rule of cool reigns. We find though, as we dive in deeper, that Dave's world has solid boundaries and expectations being set for his readers and that worldbuilding can sometimes be nonspecific and based on themes and tropes that are well understood by your readers. We hope you enjoy this fantastic interview and don't forget to check Dave's work out by following the links below. Links - Dave's Webcomic!Dave's Instagram!90's Era Cartoons - Educate yourself.Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesStreet SharksGargoylesTailspinDaredevil - A brief video on the connection between Daredevil and the TMNT Contact -

William Holland
India's External & Domestic Environment Unstable

William Holland

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2020 7:45


Ethnic religious tests undermine India's secular republic only strengthen domestic fiscal instability.

Conspiracy Theater Podcast
Episode 42 - Baby Buddy Bunker Bitches

Conspiracy Theater Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2020 46:14


There was a lot to fear in the 20teens. But now that we are headed into the 2020s, can we stop being afraid? Absolutely not! Here are some of the things to be most afraid of over the next decade! Also, we try to figure out the difference between Duck Tails and Tailspin. Send us questions and conspiracies! http://conthepod.com/contact.html

BROTHER Broadcast Podcast
Ep. 10- Bucket Lists

BROTHER Broadcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2019 30:46


Chris gets together with the Brother Broadcast Podcast producer Tanner and Heather, another producer, to discuss what a bucket list is and what items are on their bucket lists. We talk about seaplanes, Tail-Spin, Disney+, Antarctica and much, much more.

Heroes of the Hydian Way
Mask of the Pirate Queen Act 2, Episode 9 – “A View From the Booth”

Heroes of the Hydian Way

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2019 67:17


Billie and Illyn have found Micael Torval, their lead to the Pirate Queen. While they try to warn him of an attempt on his life, The Cold Shoulder and the newly minted Tailspin face off in the arena vs The Clawfish and Tssklar. Dramatis Personae Ben Yendall as the GM Leslie Trautman is playing the … Continue reading "Mask of the Pirate Queen Act 2, Episode 9 – “A View From the Booth”"

Seattle Smoke Show Podcast
Seattle Smoke Show - Episode 39

Seattle Smoke Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2019 49:28


3 friends (James, David and Rick) coming together to talk about weed, we pound 100mg of THc then start smoking, David’s dog interrupts the podcast, Kamala Harris closes down her presidential campaign, Seattle representatives, shout-out to MotorTrend On-Demand...who watches on-demand?, how David combined a religious and gamer joke, King County District Court closes one of it’s doors on 3rd and James, David thinks cops are all bad, Rick tries to win hearts and minds for the pro-police argument, Rick wins an argument somehow, North Bend movie manager receives “highly contagious human substance” package, LA cops set to receive Batman-style device, 57 polar bears descend on a small Russian town, what is the largest land predator?, THC majors start to kick in, Gadhimai: Nepal's animal sacrifice festival starts up, Elon Musk’s JDART, shout-out Tailspin, and does Trump getting impeached matter? All this and more. Thank you for listening and subscribing to our podcast. Instagram Seattle Smoke Show Podcast Twitter @SmokeSeattle Questions, Comments, Sponsorships or just want to send us stuff...SeattleSmokeShow@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/seasmokeshow/support

Heroes of the Hydian Way
Mask of the Pirate Queen Act 2, Episode 8 – “Tailspin”

Heroes of the Hydian Way

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2019 65:51


Having received their payment from Illo Vandin and a good night’s rest, the crew set out in the morning to search for Macael Torval, the sabacc player who holds the key to locating the mysterious Pirate Queen. Dramatis Personae Ben Yendall as the GM Leslie Trautman is playing the Droid Hired Gun – 13-1LL “Billie”Wren … Continue reading "Mask of the Pirate Queen Act 2, Episode 8 – “Tailspin”"

Unboxing Story
Disney Festivus ft. Frozen 2

Unboxing Story

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2019 42:47


Melissa and Jon take a quick break from binging the Mandolorian, Gargoyles and Tailspin to review Frozen 2. Is baby Yoda the best magic companion? Is Elsa skating around a personality disorder? Find out here first! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unboxing-story/support

Public Display of Imagination
SANDRA BROWN - Tailspin (WBW)

Public Display of Imagination

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2019 63:06


She began her writing career in 1981 and since then has authored more than sixty-five New York Times bestsellers. She majored in English at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX, and received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the university.She was the featured, headline host of Thrillerfest 2008, where she was awarded the prestigious International Thriller Writers Award. She has more than 80 million copies of her books in print in 33 different languages, but she’s still got stories to tell.Today, we step into a world of twists, turns, romance, and suspense. Sandra Brown is our guide for today’s adventure as we step into the pages of her latest thriller…TAILSPIN.

Public Display of Imagination
SANDRA BROWN - Tailspin (WBW)

Public Display of Imagination

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2019 63:06


She began her writing career in 1981 and since then has authored more than sixty-five New York Times bestsellers. She majored in English at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX, and received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the university.She was the featured, headline host of Thrillerfest 2008, where she was awarded the prestigious International Thriller Writers Award. She has more than 80 million copies of her books in print in 33 different languages, but she’s still got stories to tell.Today, we step into a world of twists, turns, romance, and suspense. Sandra Brown is our guide for today’s adventure as we step into the pages of her latest thriller…TAILSPIN.

Mark Combs Author
SANDRA BROWN - Tailspin (WBW)

Mark Combs Author

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2019 63:06


She began her writing career in 1981 and since then has authored more than sixty-five New York Times bestsellers. She majored in English at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX, and received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the university. She was the featured, headline host of Thrillerfest 2008, where she was awarded the prestigious International Thriller Writers Award. She has more than 80 million copies of her books in print in 33 different languages, but she’s still got stories to tell. Today, we step into a world of twists, turns, romance, and suspense. Sandra Brown is our guide for today’s adventure as we step into the pages of her latest thriller…TAILSPIN.

BachTalk
Ben Moster aka Tailspin- Triple Crown Hiker

BachTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2019 67:37


In Episode 19 of BachTalk I sat down with Triple Crown hiker Ben Moster aka Tailspin. The Triple Crown consists of three trails in the United States: Appalachian Trial, Pacific Crest Trail,and Continental Divide Trail which is in total around 7,800 miles worth of hiking. Ben just recently completed the Continental Divide Trail hiking a connected footpath between Mexico and Canada. He started hiking north bound from New Mexico but switched and hiked south bound from Montana due to snow. This hike took him about 5 months to complete. This was his final hike of the Triple Crown. Ben tells us about his experiences on all the trails and what it is like to hike for 14 months. Ben currently has a YouTube channel (TrekkingWithTailspin) that consists of all his hikes. Ben is the definition of an adventurer and a grinder. Please join me in hearing Ben’s story and “Always Remember Be Yourself”.

Another Lousy Millennium: A Futurama Fan Podcast

Greetings, soft ones. Who among you is your leader? Listen in as Luke, and Gabe discuss Futurama Season 8, Episode 1: Neutopia. Follow us on Twitter @ALMPod or on Facebook at facebook.com/almpod/.  Check out our website at almpod.com. On this show: Gabe and Luke attempt to imitate the severe passiveness of the rock alien. Luke talks about how the Planet Express ship modifications look like the plane from Tailspin, and from an obscure episode of a 70’s TV Show. Luke and Gabe discuss the amazing character animation that happens on the alien planet. Luke and Gabe discuss how much they enjoy the “autopilot” on the ship. Luke learns what Deus Ex Machina is … once and for all … I SAID ONCE AND FOR ALL

5280 Geek
Weekend Geek Update Spotlight Edition

5280 Geek

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 56:54


#Podcast #WGU from the three day fan expo held by All C’s this last weekend Smurf gives you a twofer Tuesday. It’s an artist spotlight with both Victor Cook and Greg Guler part of the creative force behind the classic Disney afternoon Ducktales, Darkwing Duck, and Tailspin. It’s a trip down memory lane as the two reminisce about past projects and what is yet to come. Their thoughts on the world of animation, comics, and streaming, it’s a cast for the ages. #Disney #SpectacularSpiderman #Ducktales #StretchArmstrong #Animation #Cartoons #Interview #GeekNews #Popculture #5280Geek #StayGeeky  

Nick's Nerd News
Episode 71: Don't get too attached

Nick's Nerd News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2019 41:48


News on Death Stranding, and other stuff from Tokyo Game Show. DBZ RPG news. Super Nintendo World announcements. Is the Witcher premiering in December? Disney + to get the best of Disney Afternoon. Ash wins a Pokemon league tourney. Face/Off getting remade? RIP movie pass. The Suicide Squad gets a cast. An apple announces a new Iphone, AppleTV+, and Apple Arcade. That plus LotR Loot Crate.

Linked Local Broadcast Network
The ROAD TO RECOVERY Hosted by DAniel Czuba working to bring Addictions our of..

Linked Local Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2019 119:00


...of DENIAL into the LIGHT OF ACCEPTANCE and ULTIMATELY RECOVERY! Join me and whoever will show up - (ALWAYS A SURPRIZE - EVEN WHEN THEY SAY THEY'RE COMING) as we discuss what Addictions mean to us and what steps we took and still take to overcome the actions of the past that put our lives into a Tailspin.   My show runs every Sunday night from 7 to 9 PM Central Standard TIme - CHICGO TIME and I welcome any caller to call and share whats ion your minds - preferrably as it relates to addictions and recovery - but hey - sometimes WHO CARES - IT NICE TO HAVE CALLERS!!!    323-580-5755 or during the week call me at 630-918-6129 - My email address is DANIEL@DAARE.COM

Q Code Podcast
Episode 10: Canadian Cryptocurrency Scandals, a Maple Syrup Heist and Celebrity Resurrection!

Q Code Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2019 118:23


This week the guys decide to take a trip to the Great White North and tackle the topics of Canadian Crypto Scandals and Maple Syrup Heists. We then tried to keep the Canadian Crime theme going, but unfortunately we ran out of stories. Guess it really is safer up there, eh? So instead, host Travis takes us down memory lane, as we discuss what celebrities who passed too soon, we would bring back if we could. So without further ado, button down the hatches, hold your Mrs. Butterworth tight, think about your favorite celebrity and join us on this cryptic journey. (17:05) What is the Canadian Crypto Scandal? (51:22) What is the Canadian Maple Syrup Heist? (1:17:40) What Celebrity would you Bring Back from the Dead? Find Us AtWebsite: qcodepodcast.comEmail: qcodep@gmail.comTwitter: @qcodepodcastFacebook: Q Code PodcastInstagram: qcodepodcastDon’t forget to subscribe and rate the show through your podcast player of choice! Source MaterialArticles$150 Million Scandal of Canada's Biggest Crypto Exchange Sees New Twist in Dead CEO's 2014 InterviewQuadriga: The Cryptocurrency Exchange that Lost $135mThis Canadian Crypto Trader Sent $75,000 Bitcoin to Quadriga's Exchange-then it Went BustCryptocurrency Investors Locked Out of $190m after Exchange Founder DiesSudden Death of Cryptocurrency Leader Sends Quadriga into Tailspin, Panicking ClientsA Major Bitcoin Exchange Has a Serious ProblemCrypto Mystery: Quadriga's Wallets Are Empty, Putting Fate of $137 Million in DoubtMajor Canadian Crypto Exchange QuadrigaCX Clashes with Bank over $22 Million in Frozen FundsCanadian Ringleader of $18.7 Million Maple Syrup Heist Sentenced to PrisonWikipedia: Great Canadian Maple Syrup HeistBoiling Point: Inside Quebec's Maple Syrup WarInside Quebec's Great, Multi-Million-Dollar Maple-Syrup HeistWikipedia: Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup ProducersVideosThe Truth about QuadrigaCXNetflix Original: Dirty Money: Episode 5: Maple Syrup Heist

Snarf Talk
028 Snarf's Aggressive Weed Plan

Snarf Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2019 133:33


Snarf waxes poetic about The Muck Encrusted Mockery of a Man as we discuss all things Swamp Thing, and review the all new DC Universe show. Jerry goes full “James Van Der Beek” as Chris discusses the fortunes and follies that is #plant19, the monster that lurks beneath, and epic flooding. We discuss bringing you MORE SNARF TALK with 3 day a week recording- and Jerry debates whether he can handle going “Full Snarf”.The Snarf crew sets off on a heated conversation about the War on Drugs, heroin addiction, Illinois pot legalization in 2020, and drug testing standards. Yes...that's right...we talk about that smack, that sweet gonjah, that OG Kush, Angel Dust, PCP, LSD, that white stuff known as the cu-cain, and of course our favorite drug Caffeine!!!Jerry proclaims his virility for all to hear as we discuss the merits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy- plus Jerry discusses his absolute certainty of human hair tree ring related measurement systems. The guys get dangerous as we discuss the new Darkwing Duck show and Disney’s Tail Spin. We give you all the news and reviews of the DC Universe App, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, Rambo: Last Blood trailer, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Netflix’s Rim of the World and Wine Country, and MORE! Plus, Jerry gives his monstrous review of Godzilla: King of the Monsters and we dive deep into the future of streaming services and theatrical release movies! This is a jam-packed episode and one of our best to date!Be sure to check out our Social Media, and you can now WATCH our multi-cam video podcast NOW on Youtube.com/SnarfComics!Thanks for you for being a friend!SnarfComics.comYouTube.com/SnarfComics@SnarfComics Instagram@SnarfComics Facebook@SnarfComics TwitterPlease subscribe and leave us a review on the Apple Podcast App or  iTunes, and send us your feedback, comments, and show ideas!

Retro Rocket Entertainment
Perfect Saturday Morning Episode 17

Retro Rocket Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2019 87:54


This episode is part one of our big series finale.    We discuss Masters of the Universe, Smurfs, Voltron, Tailspin, Darkwing Duck and more.

Free Court Show with Jason Hartman
43: How the 1st Amendment is Being Used Against Us with Court TV Founder Steven Brill

Free Court Show with Jason Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2019 18:34


Jason Hartman talks with Steven Brill, founder of Court TV and co-ceo of the new company News Guard, about how we as a society can combat the massive influx of fake news. We all know that it's a problem, but figuring out which site is actually providing us with accurate information is incredibly overloading. Then Jason and Steven discuss his book Tailspin: The People and Forces Behind America’s Fifty-Year Fall – and Those Fighting to Reverse It, and how some of the things that originally appeared good for our society have swung back around and ended up hurting the American people. Key Takeaways: [0:41] How does News Guard combat the problem of "fake news"? [5:51] Where News Guard saw a proliferation of fake news leading up to the 2018 elections [9:09] Tailspin came about as Steven was trying to wrap his mind around what happened to America [11:11] How the 1st Amendment has boomeranged against the American people [14:44] What can be done about the lobbying discrepancies between the haves and the have nots? Website: www.NewsGuardTechnologies.com

The Teebo & Debo Show
Episode 7: Top 5 Childhood Cartoons

The Teebo & Debo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2019 38:03


Special Guest: Wale from @walesworldmedia Reminiscing about our favorite childhood cartoons. Do you remember Tailspin, Bravestar, Care bears, Darkwing Duck? Listen to hear more of our favorite cartoons growing up.

Word Play with Kristine Raymond
Episode 30 - Guest Sandra Brown

Word Play with Kristine Raymond

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2019 25:21


Sandra Brown – author of 70 NYT bestselling novels including Friction, Seeing Red, and TAILSPIN  https://sandrabrown.net

BEEF STEW RADIO
Exclusive Interview with Katiah One

BEEF STEW RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2019 33:00


Katiah One is an artist raised on the Upper West Side of New York City. Releasing his first EP “A Whole Lotta Water Works” later this year, Katiah wants to share his new sound with his audience. Katiah is on a mission of changing the common perception of the average rapper and draws inspiration from many genres including R&B and Rock. His draws inspiration from artists including Freddy Mercury, Sam Cooke, and Issac Brock. Katiah's goal with his music is to be a positive influence on the world and make people smile. You can follow Katiah on  Instagram and Twitter.

Words Matter
2018 Words Matter Library Review

Words Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2018 16:05


As our first season comes to a close, we review the titles put into the Words Matter Audible Library in 2018. From Steve Kornacki’s “The Red and the Blue”, to “Profiles in Courage” to “Columbine” to “Tailspin” by Steven Brill - we go through the books we selected and why they are important to the public discourse in the Age of Trump. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Southern Vangard
Episode 187 - Southern Vangard Radio

Southern Vangard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2018 99:59


BANG! @southernvangard #radio Ep 187! It’s another sure shot this week Vangardians as we turn the final corner on 2018 and barrel into the last few weeks of the year. If you missed it - last Friday we kicked off the FRIDAY FIVE, which is a weekly list of 5 LPs / EPs as well 5 singles you should be checking for. This is independent from the weekly mix show playlist, and is a way for us to highlight certain releases that we’re really into and are worthy of spending your hard earned time AND money on. Make sure you follow us on all the socials to get that list every Friday. Ok - back to our regularly scheduled program - of course there’s tons of new records on the mix this week, including a world exclusive from DaVillins & VS The Best (whaddup VS!?!) AND we have an interview session with Virginia’s own GRIME LORDS - Pete Twist & Born Unique! Interview snippets are at the end of the mix, the full drops on Thursday! Jeepers Creepers it’s ALWAYS that #smithsoniangrade #twiceaweek #WeAreTheGard // southernvangard.com // @southernvangard on #applepodcasts #stitcherradio #soundcloud #mixcloud #youtube // #hiphop #rap #undergroundhiphop #boombap #DJ #mix #interview #podcast #ATL #WORLDWIDE #RIPCOMBATJACK Recorded live November 18, 2018 @ Dirty Blanket Studios, Marietta, GA southernvangard.com @southernvangard on #applepodcasts #stitcherradio #soundcloud #mixcloud #youtube twitter/IG: @jondoeatl @southernvangard @cappuccinomeeks Talk Break Inst. prod. Madwreck Talk Break Inst. - "Burial Rites" - Madwreck "Shyne" - Grime Lords ft. Milano Constantine, Recognize Ali & DJ TMB "Skull & Crossbones" - Grime Lords "Burried So Many" - Grime Lords ft. CodeNine "Jeepers Creepers" - Grime Lords ft. Daniel Son "Dirty Pen Game" - J Scienide x DNA "Baby Tech" - Daniel Son x Asun Eastwood x Futurewave ft. Mooch Talk Break Inst. - "No, I Remember" - Madwreck "Right On" (D.R.U.G.S. Beats 'Pay Your Bills Remix') - Jon Doe X J57 ft. Ras Kass "Tail Spin" - Katiah & Wally Sean "Pardon Me (Back on The Scene Remix)" - Dres of Black Sheep x Milkcrate "Adu's Groove" - DaVillins (prod. VS The Best) "Flight From Chicago TBR Lodge" - Picket Fence & Cudda Mack Talk Break Inst. - "Olfactory Memory" - Madwreck "Joe Pesci 38" - Benny The Butcher (prod. Daringer) "Hare Krishna" - Phyba (prod. Giallo Point) "Loyalty Over Love" - Big Twins ft. Prodigy "Front Street Café" - Skrewtape & Rob Viktum ft. Milton "Game Ain't Free" - Haze x Swain ft. Blctxt & DJ Presyce) Talk Break Inst. - "The Navigator" - Madwreck Interview Snippets - Grime Lords (Pete Twist & Born Unique)

Stay Tooned Podcast
54 TailSpin

Stay Tooned Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2018 57:46


Sorry about last week not recording but this week we talk the disney weekdays with Baloo and Louie as we talk TailSpin

We Don't Know What We're Talking About
Blessed Be The Froot Loops

We Don't Know What We're Talking About

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2018 60:37


In this episode we talk about some of our favorite shows, including Handmaids Tale, Animaniacs, Queer Eye, and a ton of other shows. Enjoy our ramblings and singing! We took a dive into the songs of Animaniacs and sang (sort of) the universe song. We cover a lot of ground in this one.Keywords: Darkwing Duck, Tailspin, Ducktales, Boy Meets World, The Goldergs, TV, Television shows, Netflix, Hulu, animation, nostalgic, sitcom, TGIF, book, dystopian, gargoyles, Jimmy Nutron, Powerpuff girls, Cartoon Network, red dwarf, British comedy, dry humor, See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

WW1 Centennial News
Howard Schultz on the National WWI Memorial - Episode #77

WW1 Centennial News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2018 53:37


Highlights Howard Schultz on the National WWI Memorial - Episode #77 The battle on the Italian Front: Piave | @01:45 Germany low on resources and morale - Mike Shuster | @06:30 The untold story of Hill 204 - Dr. Edward Lengel | @10:20 SPECIAL: Howard Schultz on the National WWI Memorial | @16:10 Historian Corner: President Teddy Roosevelt - David Pietrusza | @36:55 Speaking WWI: Tailspin | @43:40 WWI War Tech: Ice City | @45:15 Buzz: WWI in social media - Katherine Akey | @48:20----more---- Podcast Notes World War One Then 100 Years Ago: The White War and the Battle of the Piave While the Western Front is undoubtedly the Great War’s most famous theatre of combat, the Italian Front is equally deserving of our attention. Austria-Hungary and Italy fought a brutal campaign in the rugged Dolomite Mountains for three years, with neither side gaining the upper hand until 1918.  Ultimately, Italy and the Allies decisively defeat Austria-Hungary, spelling the end for a once-powerful empire.       https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/battle-of-the-piave-river http://historycollection.co/today-history-topic-battle-piave-ww-1917 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Battle_of_the_Piave_River https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1918/06/20/106215159.pdf https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1918/06/17/102710908.pdf https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1918/06/17/102710897.pdf https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1918/06/17/102710900.pdf The Great War Project Historian Mike Shuster from the Great War Project blog details the events of this week in 1918. German resolve wanes as the American army grows in both size and confidence, threatening Germany “like a thundercloud.” Although still capable of taking ground from the Allies, the weary, starved German troops face a recharged, replenished, and well-fed foe. An eventual Allied victory seems inevitable.   http://greatwarproject.org/2018/06/17/on-western-front-now-a-flood-of-americans/ America Emerges: Military Stories from WW1 While the heroism of the US Marine Corps tends to dominate the narrative of Belleau Wood, the US Army also played a strategically vital role in the battle. Dr. Edward Lengel joins us to explain how the US 30th Infantry regiment effectively collaborated with a French unit to capture Hill 204 from the Germans.     http://www.edwardlengel.com/portfolio/thunder-and-flames-americans-in-the-crucible-of-combat-1917-1918/ http://www.edwardlengel.com/u-s-army-belleau-wood-untold-story-hill-204/ https://www.facebook.com/EdwardLengelAuthor/ http://www.edwardlengel.com/about/ War in the Sky This week 100 years ago, a group of American aviators took part in an Italian bombing raid on an Austro-Hungarian railway station.   http://ww1cc.org/warinthesky https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1918/06/22/102712432.pdf https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1918/06/20/106215160.pdf Great War Channel Check out our friends at the Great War Channel for a fascinating video about German submarine attacks on the American coast.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7pnogIeCIQ   World War One Now Historians Corner Historian David Pietrusza discusses Theodore Roosevelt and his role in the First World War, from his early and outspoken support of U.S. involvement to the enormous price his family paid on the battlefield.     https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/why-teddy-roosevelt-tried-bully-way-onto-wwi-battlefield-180962840/ https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/letters-unbearable-grief-theodore-roosevelt-death-son-180962743/ https://www.nps.gov/articles/the-bull-moose-in-winter-theodore-roosevelt-and-world-war-i.htm https://www.amazon.com/TRs-Last-War-Theodore-Roosevelt/dp/1493028871   Speaking WW1 This week on Speaking WW1- where we explore words and phrases that are rooted in WW1- our word is Tailspin, meaning an uncontrollable descent.   http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/197114 https://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2014/06/13/oed-ww1-timeline/ WW1 War Tech For WW1 War Tech, this week we take a look at the “Ice City”- a network of tunnels carved out of a glacier by the Austro-Hungarians.   http://www.museomarmoladagrandeguerra.com/en/the-museum/the-ice-city/ http://www.geography.unibe.ch/unibe/portal/fak_naturwis/e_geowiss/c_igeogr/content/e3 9624/e39625/e39626/e496602/e508175/december1916_ger.pdf The Buzz Katherine Akey highlights our recent social media activity, including an article from PBS about The Great War documentary, a magazine feature on National WW1 Memorial Sculptor Sabin Howard, and a series of images from the Italian Front on our instagram page.    https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/features/goldman-prelude-red-scare-espionage-and-sedition-acts https://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/contemporary-sculpture-with-astounding-piece/3980 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTn5aTy38lk&t=494s https://www.instagram.com/ww1cc/  

WARRIOR WEEK
Two Men, One God | Parables from the Pit | Ep 013

WARRIOR WEEK

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2018 71:53


Blake Bourque joins Coach Sam as they discuss the amazing set of circumstances that brought Blake to Warrior, which brought an energy of alpha yet honest men that have learned to not be saviors to others, but leaders instead. IN THIS WEEK'S EPISODE....   Parable #1: Pigs Don't Know They Stink The energy of Wake Up Warrior resonated with Blake and he was attracted to the fact that men were willing to be honest, no matter what. He had been living as a liar amongst liars for so long and was tired of stinking like a pig because pigs don't know they stink.  His encounter was unlike anything he had ever experienced in all his years in Corporate America and he wondered, "Could this be home? Have I found my people?" Blake: The Holy Spirit was bringing me to a place where my whole body was being crushed. Everything in my personal and business life was gone - everything. So when Warrior found me via someone sending me a link to a video, six minutes into it when I saw Garrett on stage saying "stop fucking lying," I was all in. QUESTION What was your first encounter with Warrior like? What resonated with you? What reeled you in? Parable #2: Look in Mirrors to Avoid the Tailspin of Sedation  Blake: After my wife and I lost our twin girls in 2009, in the midst of my grief I felt I had found my Purpose - I was going to go out and save lives. I began sedating myself from the pain with drugs and work, and in the process built a multi-million dollar business, yet with that, I lost my relationship with my wife. When you numb yourself against pain, the counter to that is you’re numbing yourself against joy. I looked at my wife every single day and didn’t know she was mirroring me. That’s what Warrior taught me - people mirror you. They mirror your energy, your grief, lies and pain. What happens is you see that mirror and you don’t like that mirror and then you get mad at them for that mirror. I would be pissed at her and would verbally take things out on her. It was a very dark period. QUESTION What are you seeing about yourself in Blake's experience? Parable #3: That's What I Did, Blake Blake: On the run up to Warrior Week while I was bonding with the men inside social media, I kept talking to my wife about it and she would say, "that’s what I did, Blake. I did yoga, I did meditation, I did journaling and writing. Do you want me to show you my journals? Do you remember when you told me this was stupid? A waste of time? That you didn’t want to do it?" "I’m going to let you do this. Not that I’m giving you permission to do something, because you can do whatever the hell you want. I’m gonna peel back my scars, I’m gonna rip open my wounds and I‘m gonna let yours stick to me so we can heal together. But if you fuck this up, if you don’t go all in and you leave me with open wounds again, it’s over." QUESTION Are you really seeing your wife? Your children? Are you really listening to them? Parable #4: Retrace, Face, Replace and Embrace In the darkness lies the truth. When we talk about the Pit, you have to go there and you have to look at an emotional  charge that took place at one point in  your life. What you were, what you are, what I was and what I am is a series of emotional charges that took place in us. Call them feelings, events - whatever the fuck took place at one time in our childhood or recently. These emotional charges are stored in the dark under the truth because they’re the facts. In order for us to process them, we must first do the work and retrace them, then we’re going to face them and most important of all, we are going to replace the story. This happened but the story that we fabricated that builds the truth around it needs to be rewritten and finally embraced. QUESTION When will you choose to process the emotional charges stored inside of you? Parable #5: Warrior Week is a Test of Your Heart Sam: Warrior is not a physical event. We are not here to present that we are military guys or that we know how to break you down. We are here to look for what you have inside of  your heart. Warrior Week is the test of your heart. Blake: Sedated men need to be woken up. If the Trainers don’t scream at you, you won’t wake up because there’s something inside your fucking heart that you’ve put to sleep - and Sam Falsafi is going to fucking wake it up. Warrior didn’t teach me how to be a badass with a boot on the back of someone’s neck, Warrior taught me how to give time, how to feel and how to tell the fucking truth. QUESTION What will it take for you to open your heart?   Parables from the Pit: "In this place, we will tell the truth as it happens. And the truth is very different from the facts. Between the facts and the truth there are a number of stories. Those stories are behavior justifications and assumptions fed by your ego, and in the midst of that lies the truth, which is the version that has always been there. We built this podcast so men can come here and share their pain, and through this sharing, the pain is divided one more time; but more importantly, it can pierce your heart and say:  I know you. I know you mother fucker. You have the same pain." --Coach Sam Falsafi "I need to find people who have been through similar circumstances. They don’t have to be exactly like me, but they need to be able to relate. I know there are people far worse than me and I want to be able to help them. It sounds strange, but it’s the truth. I want to meet people who have the same pain in their souls. Maybe they can help me or I can help them. I think that whole sharing process may be good for me right now." --Blake Bourque  (This was penned in his journal while on a silent retreat in 2009, four months after the loss of his twin daughters.)  

TAILSPIN PODCAST
#31: Kinda Like Beef Tacos

TAILSPIN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2018 42:51


Tailspin brings you the recipe to kinda like beef tacos along with NHL news and our daily recap. It's a hoot.

Indie Music Plus
Indie Music LIVE! 96 - P The Politician, Zion Moore, Codie Prevost, Gaz The Rapper, Ben Cote Band

Indie Music Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2017 52:50


Indie Music Plus Live, Episode 96 - Get the latest in indie music and news. Listen to the best independent artists we have found in the past week! Special panel guest, P. The Politician Music By: Zion Moore - "All I Want To Be" Codie Prevost - "You Won't Sleep Tonight" Marshall Rocks Country - "Tailspin" Gaz the Rapper - "Really Can't Hate" The Ben Cote Band - "Why All This Time: Promote your music NOW: http://www.indiemusicplus.ecwid.com/ Hosted by JoeJoeKeys & David Werba Broadcast and remotely-produced by Robert Hix of Hixvideo Submit your music for consideration at http://www.indiemusicplus.com/

7 Days a Geek
Ep 163 D*ck Drawings and Cartoon Theme Songs

7 Days a Geek

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2017 105:50


In this Episode Arnold "Gunther" Schwarzenegger becomes an eccentric hitman and also news erupts of a new Terminator but this time he will be back...as a human? Male Appendages get drawn on walls and cars causing a single student to get singled out in a new Netflix "Who Done It" docu-series. We Geek Out over a slew of things and we list our Top 7 Cartoon Theme songs.  

Radio BUX
JamminMadHatterEp30

Radio BUX

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2017 151:10


WARNING: The first ten minutes of the show is Dark and Full of Spoilers! Game of Thrones Spoilers that is! I spend the first ten minutes talking about the Season Finale of Season 7 of Game of Thrones, and touch on a bit of the season as a whole. If you've not watched or caught up fully on this season, skip on to around the 10 minute mark! With that out of the way! Episode 30! It was a jam filled night on Jammin' with the Mad Hatter. Was it all just Lawn Boy? Who knows, maybe. Jammin with the Mad Hatter is now in a new timeslot! Mondays and Wednesday nights from 7:30-10:30 PM! We moved back a half hour, so don't panic too much. moe. - Tailspin - 8/26/2016 Grateful Dead - Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain - 5/5/1977 Galactic - Baker’s Dozen - 7/25/2004 Phish - Lawn Boy - 7/25/2017 Allman Brothers Band - Southbound - Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: Set 1 Solar Circuit - Porpoise - One Around the Sun Dopapod - New James - 7/26/2012 Spafford - People - 9/23/2016 Phish - Izabella - 8/6/2017

Sketchy
Episode 264 - Disney's Tailspin

Sketchy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2017 83:19


Today Dar-1 joins us to review Disney's series Tailspin! Check out his music at http://www.dar1music.com/ Follow us everywhere at www.sketchypodcast.com  

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# 18 Creation vs. Evolution

TAILSPIN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2017 53:24


Does God exist? Is Evolution real or is there more to the story? It sounds like a heavy topic but we here at Tailspin make sure to make a few jokes along the way. In addition to this mind bending topic we discuss entertainment news, and follow up on our weekly recap.

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#11 Captain Cannibal

TAILSPIN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2017 60:47


This week on Tailspin we bring you: War, Dinosaurs, Comics, and Cannibals? We tackle the diversity issue at Marvel Comics, how the pyramids were built, and end on such a high note you will be left wanting more. Buckle up and prepare for some turbulence. Tailspin Podcast is a show dedicated to navigating the dive bombs of life with wit and satire. Each week the show's hosts discuss world problems, entertainment, and politics with endless sarcasm and deadpan humor.

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#15: The Headless Chicken

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2017 66:43


Farming, nursing, coal and the future of the Earth just a few of the many many topics we cover on this inspirational episode of Tailspin. If you're looking for a show full of dark humor and self-help you've come to the right place. Tailspin, like life, doesn't pull any punches and at the very least we think we are funny. If you laugh gives us a share and a follow. We'd love to hear from you. Also check out the Oh Really Factor Podcast another great show featured on Soundcloud

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#09 - Billions

TAILSPIN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2017 55:37


What if you were a billionaire? Who would you be and why? Could you handle having all that money? Would the power go to your head? We answer all that and more this week on Tailspin

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#14: How To Wash Your Hands

TAILSPIN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2017 50:36


Tailspin, the self-help comedy podcast is back at it again with nursing school struggles. Ryan teaches you the proper way to wash you hands and all the pitfalls that go along with it. We also discuss Bled Fest music festival, entertainment reviews, and thank you all for your continued support.

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#06: Apple Juice

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2017 70:27


This week on Tailspin, we discuss substitute teaching, online dating apps, how little people have to offer, and music.

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#03: Let Her Wear A Skirt

TAILSPIN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2017 36:52


This week on Tailspin we discuss Wonder Woman, Bullies, Feminism, and the American way. Things have changed in our country and people are offended by everything. Gino and Ryan are sure to poke holes in the sensitive topics and keep the dead pan humor flying.

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# 12: What is Cats

TAILSPIN PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2017 97:25


This week on Tailspin, we discuss suicide, Hitler, Cinco de Mayo, Donald Trump, and end this heavy episode with a friendly game of pyramid.

Trick or Treat Radio
TorTR #250 - Somebody Touch Me, It’s Episode 250!

Trick or Treat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2017 269:17


Trick or Treat Radio turns the big 2-5-0! To celebrate the milestone 250th Episode we invite our good buddy and filmmaker Jarret Blinkhorn, because any party without JahJahBlinks is not a party we want to be at! Jarret selects the cult classic horror flick, Things for us to review on our special Blinkbuster Video segment and brings party provisions to fill our bellies and slur our speech. We are pleased to present an interview with two members of Astron 6, Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski, directors of one of our favorite flicks this year, The Void! We also have a big, bearded, god crash the party, we get a crapload of awesome feedback, and Ravenshadow has more flash facts! So grab yourself a stiff drink, give Meat Blob a call and strap on! Stuff we talk about: Necrotonicon, Gentleman Jack, Brainscan, Things, Ben Grimm, David Cross, why MZ was late, Monster2.Zero, Ares returns!, Thirsty Turtle, To Be or not Tibeeshian, Duel, The Void, practical FX, Blu Ray distribution, Get Out, Suicide Squad, Hannibal, Manborg, filmmaking in Toronto, Astron 6, Mixtape Massacre, W is for Wish, ABCs of Death 2, Ti West’s fridge, George R.R. Martin, The Ripper, shot on video 80s films, Atomic Age Media, Dough For Dynamo, The Evil Streaks, Signal to Noise, Red cameras, Teen Ape, Cult of Muscle, Michael Parks, Canadian grant funding, Pacific Rim, contemporary film aesthetic, Free Comic Book Day, The Dead Next Door, Tailspin, the art of showing your monster, Meat Blob, #Beardgod, The Eyes of My Mother, Phantasm, Russian Flash Facts, Whiskey, egg sandwich smuggling, hard times, Father’s Day, Shawn Spicer in a bush, old dudes, fantasy horror movies, Tony Blinks & Mama Blinks, The Old Lady Killer, Blinkbuster Video, The Darkness, Amber Lynn, bad looping, Tusk, Attack of the Killer Refrigerator, Nail Gun Massacre, Bone Sickness, Red State, low budget filmmaking, Diabolik DVD, Pixels, Knowman, and what we learned from Trick or Treat Radio.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)

Personal Branding for the LGBTQ Professional
#98: Finding Your Niche & Brand in Consulting With Rhodes Perry

Personal Branding for the LGBTQ Professional

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2016 42:05


#98: Finding Your Niche & Brand in Consulting With Rhodes Perry   Jenn T Grace:              You are listening to the Personal Branding for the LGBTQ Professional Podcast, episode 98.   Introduction:              Welcome to the Personal Branding for the LGBTQ Professional Podcast; the podcast dedicated to helping LGBTQ professionals and business owners grow their business and careers through the power of leveraging their LGBTQ identities in their personal brand. You'll learn how to market your products and services both broadly, and within the LGBTQ community. You'll hear from incredible guests who are leveraging the power of their identity for good, as well as those who haven't yet started, and everyone in between. And now your host. She teaches straight people how to market to gay people, and gay people how to market themselves. Your professional lesbian, Jenn - with two N's - T Grace.   Jenn T Grace:              Hello and welcome to episode 98 of the podcast. I am your host, Jenn Grace, and as this is airing we are right around Thanksgiving time here in the US. And we're at the end of November of 2016, and I'm shocked really at how fast this year has actually flown by. I feel like the first part of the year felt kind of slow and sloggish, and now- I don't know, since September it's just really whizzing by. So I'm excited to be in episode number 98, and it has been multiple years in the making to get here, so this podcast will be turning four at the I guess beginning of January in 2017, it'll be four years that I have been doing this which seems a little bit crazy, but all good nonetheless. I have been keeping up with the promise of having interview, after interview, after interview, and today is no different. And the interview I have today for you is with Rhodes Perry of Rhodes Perry Consulting, and we had just a really kind of awesome conversation about personal branding; shocking since that is indeed the title of the podcast. It was really just kind of being an LGBT advocate, and a change maker, and a change agent, and really how that can be something that you can utilize as a benefit to yourself as you grow a business, or continue to grow your career in whatever avenue that might look like.                                     So rather than blabber on unnecessarily, I'm just going to dive right into the interview with Rhodes. I really think you're going to love it, and if you would like an introduction to him personally, feel free to reach out to me via LinkedIn, on Facebook, Twitter, go to my website, contact me however it is easiest for you to just reach out and get in touch with me. That would be awesome and I would love to put you in touch with him. So without further ado, please enjoy this interview.                                     Okay so let's just start off with telling the listeners just a little bit about who you are, what you do, how you came to be in your business as it looks today.   Rhodes Perry:             Sure. So my name is Rhodes Perry and I'm an LGBT strategy assistance guru. Basically what that means is I'm a management consultant, coach and speaker, and I work largely with clients who are in executive, HR, or diversity positions. And I really help clients transform their organizations into ones where LGBTQ people know that they're valued, and they know that they belong in the workplace. And I work all across the country, most of my clients are based in New York City. I'm actually living on the west coast so I also have a number of clients in the Bay area. And I've been fortunate, and much of the work that I do is informed by my time working in the LGBTQ movement as an advocate and building alliances with other social justice leaders. And I center a lot of that work around improving the lives for LGBTQ people and really focusing on raising awareness around the specific needs of transgender and gender nonconforming people, and as an advocate I help secure a number of victories, most importantly allowing same sex couples to marry. I also helped increase the number of states that prohibit LGBT workplace discrimination. And one thing that I'm really, really proud of during my time in the LGBT movement was starting the conversations with the Department of Education and protecting transgender and gender nonconforming students, which now if your listeners are aware of, there's federal guidance that basically mandates that most schools- schools receiving public dollars protect transgender and gender nonconforming students while there's a number of states that are putting forth lawsuits to protest that. And that work really inspired me to take the jump to work for government in an executive type position to take policies that have been passed at the state and local level, and take a look at them and implement them. So I had the opportunity most recently to work for New York City. I helped the systems that focus on foster care and juvenile justice look at these policies and from soup to nuts really take the spirit of these policies and develop a plan to basically implement them, to bring them into life, and to really make sure that staff are set up for success in understanding how to respect their LGBTQ peers as employees, but also to deliver services that are respectful for LGBTQ people that are dependent on them. So that's just a little bit about kind of my background and how it led me to recognize that there's a huge need for supporting many of these systems that aren't necessarily Fortune 500 companies which are absolutely ahead of the curve, at least in terms of developing policies and having staff to drive and implement them. But in smaller businesses, a lot of startups, and especially in government settings there's- I would say that actually looking at policies but in particular laws in states that mandate protecting LGBTQ, both employees and then folks dependent on receiving government services. There's not a lot guidance and there's definitely not a lot of support in making sure that these systems are compliant with the law. And so my business really helps fill in these gaps, and it's a lot of fun to really inspire people that want to do the right thing, just aren't sure where to start. I'm getting them started but also making sure that these policies are being implemented and sustainable over the long term.   Jenn T Grace:              Okay I feel like you've said so much already, so in thinking about you as just kind of an individual contributor in so many ways to policy and advocacy, and just kind of your career, and now founding your business; do you think that some people are naturally born to play an advocacy type of role? Or do you think that it's something that you have to consciously recognize of 'this is something that I really want to pursue and I'm going to kind of dedicate myself to doing it.' Because I think that there might be a couple of schools of thought to that, so I'm just curious how your path kind of came about to recognizing that your voice is really an important voice to be heard to eventually get to the place now where you're kind of filling those gaps in the marketplace.   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah, I think that's a great question, and I don't know if it's being an advocate or just a change maker. Maybe those are one in the same, but really I think when I look back on my career, most of my work has been entrepreneurial in nature, and that seems to have been coupled with being an advocate, and just trying to- whether it was working for government and trying to improve either employees treating each other with respect, and letting each other know that they value one another, or looking at the service delivery side of things and just kind of saying, 'We could be doing better, especially when looking at serving LGBTQ populations.' I see a lot of opportunities. In the past I certainly tried to take advantage of those opportunities and help those systems. But I think part of myself is identifying as an advocate absolutely, but looking at my business now it's really taking some of those skills and thinking about people that want to do the right thing, they want to be able to retain discerning LGBTQ talent, they want to be able to develop products that will appeal to LGBTQ markets. It's looking at those folks who definitely want to be identifying as- or they don't identify as an advocate most likely, they definitely don't want to be seen as pushing an agenda, but they need help in making a business case, or they know it's the right thing to do and they need some support around how to approach their leadership to get buy-in and to both do the right thing, but also to help their businesses out in performing better and having a competitive edge. And so I don't know if that answered your question necessarily but that's kind of how I see my role right now, is that I absolutely gained some skills as an advocate and I'm trying to translate those for businesses that are interested in having that competitive edge.   Jenn T Grace:              And from a personal brand standpoint- so many of the things that you were talking about in your kind of opening introduction of who you are in terms of different types of- whether it's the Department of Education, or whether it's working with the city of New York, or wherever it might be; in those settings you were still yourself, right? So you're still Rhodes Perry and people know you as your name. Did you consciously think about the advocacy work or change making work, however we're calling it because I think it is all kind of the same as you alluded to, did you look at that as you were doing those individual things in thinking about like, 'Okay here's just another kind of notch in my belt of things that I can do and things that make me a strong leader and a strong thought leader in this particular space.' And then as you kind of created your company, and calling it Rhodes Perry Consulting, obviously you're putting a big stake in the ground of this consulting is based on you as an individual. Was that kind of a conscious thought process? Did you model it after others that you kind of saw in the marketplace? What was just kind of going through your mind? And the reason why I'm asking is just thinking about people who might be in similar situations right now where they're thinking, 'Really this whole personal branding thing here, there's something to it and I should probably be pursuing this.' And I'm just trying to give them some guidance from people like yourself who've already done it.   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah I think that that's a great question. I think that why I chose my business name to be my name in terms of personal branding is so much of my past work has been about building relationships, building coalition, and building trust. And I think that my work in the past speaks for itself, and the folks that I had the pleasure of working with really benefited from what they learned. In starting my business many of my clients are those folks that I have worked with in the past, and so that's just a huge benefit for me. Also as I was making the jump I knew I wanted to focus in on equity in diversity and inclusion work, and I wasn't quite sure that time- how that could continue to evolve. In just this past week I had my first business anniversary so I've been in business for a year, and even over that period of time a lot of things have changed, but my name and my brand have absolutely attracted my dream clients I guess to work with who were specifically looking for support on doing the right thing, and either wanting to develop a policy, more taking a policy and actually implementing it and sustaining it over time, that that's really where I see a niche in providing this kind of mentorship, and accountability even more so than delivering skills. Because a lot of the folks that I do work with I've known for some time, they have the skills to do this work, they really need that kind of support and role modeling, but especially just kind of knowing the work that they need to do, but basically being held accountable, and having those kind of frequent check-ins. So I think that [Inaudible 00:12:00] thinking about maybe starting their own businesses, I think it's always good to- if you're not sure on a killer name that will be super clear on what you do, starting out with your own name and you can always kind of build off and build a 'doing business as' name later on down the road when things become a little bit more clear with who your niche market is, and what specifically you are doing.   Jenn T Grace:              And your website URL is Rhodes Perry, so I think that there's a lot to be said about just having your name rather than having the consulting on it because if at any point in time you chose to pivot and go in a different direction, then the URL always remains the same, and for the most part our names don't change. For the most part.   Rhodes Perry:             Right, for the most part.   Jenn T Grace:              Of course there's exceptions.   Rhodes Perry:             For your viewers, I am transgender and that's something that I talk about openly with my clients because a lot of the work that we're focusing on right now is how to support transgender and gender diverse employees, or people that businesses might be serving. So that's something that I am open about, and so I have changed my name, but that was a long time ago. But yes, there are times where if you are someone who's transitioning, or maybe you're thinking about getting married, maybe before you buy your URL, if you are planning to change your name, maybe hold off on that before you do.   Jenn T Grace:              I ended up buying all- everything I could before I got married, and thought that I was going to change my name, and then I was like I wasn't sure, and then I was going to hyphenate, so I ended up with probably 25 URLs that all cost like $10 a piece, and then eventually over time I'm like, 'Alright I'm just going to stick with the one.' And then just as a random side note is that the reason why it's just not www.JennGrace.com is because there's a photographer I believe who has that- or a videographer who has that already. So I was like, 'Well I'm just going to have to put the T in there reluctantly.' But it is what it is and at least I know that I'm not changing my name anytime soon so it does allow for that kind of pivot as we were talking about, because you never know- especially as entrepreneurs and I think as the landscape- especially as it relates to LGBTQ, the landscape is always changing, and we really have no idea what- we could predict, but we really have no idea what's on the horizon and how that is going to impact what type of consulting we're doing, or coaching, or what topics we're speaking on, and I think that that's kind of a- to some degree a fool proof way of just kind of protecting your brand over the long haul.   Rhodes Perry:             Absolutely.   Jenn T Grace:              So in looking at just kind of the many facets of what you're doing. I was poking around on your website before, and I'm curious on a couple of things. Like the first thing I'm thinking of is how people find you, and then recognize that they need your help, especially as like the individual change maker. Because there are opportunities- like you were saying, the Fortune companies are definitely ahead of the game in so many ways, but at the same time they're so not ahead of anything in terms of just- kind of like the changing landscape of business. So it takes- they're like moving a Titanic versus I think entrepreneurship where you're kind of navigating a speed boat on a day-to-day basis. But how do you get in front of those individual people who really need your help, and they're really going to be that internal champion, and that internal voice that's really going to make change in their respective industry, or organization, or wherever it happens to be?   Rhodes Perry:             I think that that's a great question. A few ways. One, I've been fortunate, as I had mentioned just having a lot of rich relationships from previous jobs. So many of my clients come to me word of mouth, and looking at business models over the long term I'm looking at other ways to market as well. So I also get a lot of referrals through online advertising. I do basic Google Ads. But one of the main ways of actually reaching out to newer audiences is locally I go to a number of different chamber of commerces in the Portland metro area, and also in Seattle just to build my network here because I recently moved from New York City out to Portland as I was starting my business. And so that's a really important way of just connecting with a number of businesses, but especially smaller businesses that haven't necessarily been thinking about the culture of their organization, or just want to be more competitive in reaching out to discerning diversity candidates proudly. So those are some of the ways that I get my name out there. Also through collaboration. I've been working with a number of other diversity and inclusion leaders here in the Portland area, and just looking at different projects where we can collaborate. By doing that I've had the opportunity of establishing newer relationships, both with the county and city government here, but also with a number of larger businesses in the area. So that's been helpful. But I do work across the country, so I try as often as possible to go to conferences, and when there's an opportunity to speak just to share a little bit more about the work that I do. So those are just some of the few ways that I try to get out there.   Jenn T Grace:              Yeah and so I feel like on your website you have supplier diversity highlighted as something that you are educating around and helping people with. It is something that I have certainly brought up many, many, many times in the past on this podcast, but never- maybe actually it was probably episode six or something, and we're on- I think this is episode 98 probably. So it was a long time ago.   Rhodes Perry:             Congratulations.   Jenn T Grace:              Thank you, it's been many years in the making. But one of the things that I feel like is a missed opportunity, and I'm sure from a supplier diversity standpoint you might be coming from a different direction, but as a diverse supplier yourself. Somebody listening to this, who the majority of listeners are part of the LGBTQ community in some form or another, what are they missing by not really kind of having an understanding of what supplier diversity is, and what that can mean to them as a business, but also for just kind of the community at large?   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah I think- well one was supplier diversity, and one of the things that I do is educate my clients that I work with. So- and this is especially important for some of the county and local governments that I work with. So when folks are wanting to implement LGBT specific policies, they want to provide better services, one of the first questions that I ask is looking at contracts that they issue to diversity suppliers. So woman owned businesses, minority owned businesses, and sure enough with most government agencies they have set asides for those diverse suppliers. And so one of my first questions that I ask is encouraging them- well one, asking them if they know about the NGLCC, the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce certification that certifies LGBT owned businesses, and almost 100% of the time most people aren't aware of that, most of my clients are not aware of that certification so I do a little bit of education around that. And then I've had success in New York with some of the agencies there of doing set asides for LGBT certified businesses. So there's education happening on that side with my clients, I also work volunteering for the chamber of commerce here, and just supporting some of the LGBT certified businesses, and those businesses that are owned by LGBT people but aren't yet certified. And I explain a little bit about the work that I do largely with local and county government agencies around encouraging them to do these kind of set asides, also letting them know that many Fortune 500 companies have diverse supplier offices, staff that are looking specifically for LGBT owned businesses for a wide variety of services. Everything from printing, to professional services like I do, and just letting them know that one, the NGLCC is a great resource. They offer certification, they provide a ton of information to help you grow a business that's thriving, and I think with that- I've at least encouraged a few to go through the certification process because it does give LGBT owned businesses a competitive advantage, and if you're lucky enough to live in a state like Massachusetts and you do contracting work with state, there are set asides for those LGBT owned businesses, and I think that that's a trend thanks to the great work that the NGLCC is doing that I think more and more states will be trying to either pass executive orders through the governor's office, or legislation to actually provide the economic opportunities for LGBT owned businesses, which historically have been disadvantaged because of discrimination. So maybe that's a little bit more than you wanted, but I know that you talk about this a lot. So did that answer your question?   Jenn T Grace:              Yeah, yeah and it kind of leads into my next question a little bit. So we met through a mutual friend, and Jill Nelson has been a guest on this show as well, and I don't remember it but I will put it in the show notes of what episode that actually was. But we met at the NGLCC national conference in Palm Springs just a couple months ago, and one of the things that I wonder from your perspective is being an LGBT certified business, there's a lot of advantages to that from a business development standpoint. But in your perspective, how or how not do you feel like it maybe it is helping or not, just from a personal branding standpoint to be able to say that you are a- because you can say that you're an LGBTQ owned business, and that's got its benefits in and of itself for people who want to work within the community, but having that additional credibility of saying that you are a certified LGBTQ owned business. Where or how are you kind of using that, leveraging it? Is it part of your kind of daily conversation with people? I know that you're part of the local chamber so that kind of adds like another element to it. But just from a branding standpoint is it helping you in terms of attracting the right type of clients?   Rhodes Perry:             Yes, I think for the nature of the work that I do it absolutely helps me, it brings more credibility to the work that I do, it opens up a number of new doors that I wouldn't necessarily have had access to. Because of the work that the NGLCC is doing and continues to do, they're really expanding their reach, and I think for corporations that are aware of the certification, and for some of the government agencies that I work with, they're becoming more aware of it, maybe more because I'm constantly talking about it. But it is helpful. I would say though that if I were in a different industry- I grew up in the state of Florida, so if I was in a different industry and I still lived in the state of Florida, I think that there's still a long way to go. One in having this be an advantage, because stigma and discrimination still exist, there's a lot of education that professionals like myself have to continue doing to break down some of those barriers. And so I'm aware and I'm conscious that it's not always an advantage for every business owner, and that there could be challenges with that. One of the things that did give me hope and inspiration though is that when we were at the conference in Palm Springs, which was wonderful and it was great meeting you there, is- and I can't remember the business owners' names, but they are from Georgia and they were honored- I think they were the premier business at the conference, they're a pet store, right? And so they're in Georgia which as a state- it's a state that lacks a number of protections for LGBT folks. They're very out about who they are, it's a gay couple, and they're having a really positive and profound impact on the community just for holding that space, and they give back to the community, I think that they give back to a youth LGBT youth center there. So I digress a little bit but I do think that even when you are in a state or even a region of the country that might not be so LGBTQ friendly, there's still a power to certification, and being an LGBT owned business, and showing the possibilities for other emerging LGBT entrepreneurs that being out can be an advantage, and that there's strength in numbers. So I'm a huge proponent of the certification, but I do recognize that there can be or still are limitations to it as well.   Jenn T Grace:              Yeah, absolutely. So I was looking it up while you were talking, it's Tailspin and they are in Savannah, so they're even in a more conservative area than maybe Atlanta would be. So yeah, and they were awarded an SBA award for like the best small business owner or something like that. So I think that you bring up a good point of depending on where we are geographically. So I'm in a really progressive state being in Connecticut, you're in a complete- especially going from like New York to Portland, I feel like there's so much differences even though New York is fairly progressive I would say. But how do we make it attainable? Because I have listeners in all fifty states, I have listeners in many different countries; how do we make it something that feels attainable to the person who might be in Savannah, or might be in Little Rock, who maybe they feel like they're alone, or they don't have a chamber of commerce that's really kind of focused on business impact, but maybe they have a pride center that they can go and be involved in. Is there something that you would say as kind of a natural step that they could take to just kind of finding their community of people that are looking to build companies and businesses even if that formal structure doesn't exist?   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah I think that that's a great question, and the first thing that came to mind is an online organization. Though they are based in San Francisco you probably know of them StartOut. So they provide- they're in the process of launching a virtual space for LGBT entrepreneurs to connect, and that certainly isn't a silver bullet in solving the kind of actual face-to-face connections that folks in certain parts of the country may be desiring just because they feel isolated. But I do think that at least online it's an excellent resource to start and just kind of building connection, talking about some of the challenges that they may be experiencing because of where they live. And chances are they may be- I grew up in Palm Bay, Florida so they can be in Palm Bay, Florida and maybe they're connecting with someone in Missoula, Montana which is actually a pretty progressive place. But they're able to span the distance and just have the commonalities of talking about some of the challenges of being in a less progressive part of the country, and kind of weighing the benefits and the costs of whether it's getting certified as an LGBT owned business, or if they're providing a service, and it's a place where people are actually going to a physical brick and mortar location, do you put a rainbow flag on the front of your door? These are things that I think as LGBT owned business owners we have to consider, but I do think StartOut is a good place to start.   Jenn T Grace:              Yeah I feel like that's definitely some good feedback and tips there. So going back to kind of looking at the national landscape, since you do have experience kind of looking from a very high top down level, from a national perspective, in looking at the different fights for equality that are occurring kind of all over the place, I do find it shocking especially when I run into an LGBT person who isn't aware of just the level of discrimination that's just completely justified and fine by people in terms of workplace discriminations. So if we look at different states and different cities even within states. So you have Massachusetts where they're including LGBT suppliers in government contracting, which is the only state still, right? I think they're working on it in New York but it's not there yet. So that's happening in Massachusetts but then meanwhile you hear from people in Nashville who are still being fired because they came out, and this is somebody that I absolutely should have her on the show at some point, Lisa Howe who received an award at the NGLCC conference in August, and was commenting on how the second she came out after being an NCAA coach for like sixteen years, they fired her promptly thereafter. So- and that wasn't that long ago, that was only a couple of years ago. So if we're looking at the differences in each individual state, if somebody's just trying to figure out how can I make a name for myself because they want to grow their personal brand, they want to maybe establish a business, and make that kind of natural leap that seems very natural that you made in terms of like doing all this great work in different types of pockets and then you kind of created a company around it. Is there any kind of words of wisdom that you can provide them that would vary because if you're in California the fight there is way different than Tennessee versus Connecticut. Like I think of Connecticut being the second state with marriage equality in 2008, and I remember going to NGLCC conferences in 2009 and 2010 and talking to people who were in far less progressive areas thinking, 'Marriage equality is so not even on our radar. We are focused on economic opportunities because we don't have to focus on our basic rights to get married.' So what might be just a- I don't know, some advice or something that you might have learned along the way to kind of provide inspiration to people regardless of where in the US that they might fall, and how non-progressive or progressive that area might be.   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah I think that if folks are interested in starting a business, if they have the entrepreneurial spirit and they're LGBT, absolutely look into it and take action because by simply holding space, by creating your own business, you are creating economic opportunities for many people, and especially our own communities, our own LGBTQ communities. And I think that so many of us have had experiences of discrimination, or at least perhaps being treated differently as employees in the workplace, and knowing that if we had the opportunity of having our own businesses, or when we are creating our own businesses, or even for many of your listeners in our own businesses, that we have values that are embracing a spirit where we want everyone to bring their whole selves to work. And I think that because of the economic disparities that still exist for LGBTQ communities, one of the most powerful things we can do is if we have the ability to start our own businesses, and prioritize looking at folks within our own LGBTQ communities who have historically been disadvantaged and trying to prioritize ways of bringing job opportunities to folks in our own communities. I just think it's a real game changer for us to look at this aspect of the next era of the LGBT movement, and I think entrepreneurship should be a part of it. In my past I worked with a lot of LGBTQ youth, and so many young people that I had the pleasure of working with are entrepreneurial in spirit. Every day is a day of surviving and just to- we prioritize ways of translating those skills into skills where young people can at one point be their own bosses, I mean again I just think it's a real game changer and we should be examining aggressively ways to add this as a part of the work that the LGBT movement continues to do for the next era. Because I think just looking back over the past twenty years we have as a movement accomplished so much and so quickly, and yet I still look at the work that so many national and state and local LGBT groups are doing, and it's almost as looking at the young people who are protesting and resisting police at Stonewall, so many of those challenges still exist today when you look at family acceptance, or just trying to get an education in school, and dealing with things around bullying. We still have a long way to go and I think that the work that we do as business owners can help absolutely extend economic opportunities to more folks within the LGBT community.   Jenn T Grace:              So in looking at kind of a what's next, or what's on the horizon for you personally and for your business, like especially since you're just celebrating your first year which is so exciting. If you looked at what you were expecting to accomplish in your first year versus what you did accomplish and what you hope to accomplish in the next couple of years, how does that all kind of line up with what your vision was when you set out to do this?   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah I surprised myself in the first year. I've met many of my goals in terms of working with a number of clients that I didn't imagine working with, at least in my first year. So I'm happy with that. I really do over the next few years want to pivot more into offering services online, and so I'm starting to do that now with webinars, and I'm looking at next year having more of a master class available for executive HR diversity professionals that are doing the work but need additional support. And so I'm just looking at ways right now of creating more virtual communities, and I'm most excited about that just because there's only one of me and there's only so many hours of the day that I can make available for clients, and so I think this is another opportunity of just expanding my platform and really helping those folks that they already understand the importance of doing this work and they need that additional support. So I think that that's going to be- at least for my business, a real game changer and so I'm excited about that. And I also think making more time in my schedule to speak and go out to a number of different communities, especially- I'm really excited about going to more colleges and universities over the next year and talking more about entrepreneurship for LGBTQ folks, and I'm very, very excited about that.   Jenn T Grace:              That's awesome. I feel like the sky is the limit. I would love for you to reference back to this a year from now. Like throw it on your calendar and say a year from now to come back and listen to this, because my question is what do you perceive- and I don't want to deflate us at all, but in thinking about all of what you're setting out to accomplish, and I think that this is a question that the listeners are interested in, is what do you see as the potential kind of big hurdle, or some kind of road block that you feel like there's a chance that you're going to have to overcome in order to get to that next stage of what you're hoping to accomplish? Because I would imagine that there's probably a lot of similarity with what you think yours is and those who are listening. It makes us all human.   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah I think that a road block for me is I get excited by all of the opportunities, and I think as entrepreneurs we want to do all of the things all of the time. And so one just for me is finding my 'no' when it could be working with another great client, but to build in the time to- like I said, like really trying to expand more of my virtual presence. That takes time on the front end to do that, and so I think the biggest challenge is to kind of build in the time where I could be working with more clients right now doing that one-on-one engagement, but trying to just find my 'no' sometimes so that I can have that space to imagine and dream how to grow my business in a way that can help more people. And I think that having talked with other entrepreneurs early on in the journey, I know that that's a challenge for many of us, and so maybe offline we can talk more about how you kind of navigated that as well, because I know that you're doing such awesome work for so many folks trying to do a better job with marketing to LGBT people, and so I would love to chat with you about that.   Jenn T Grace:              Yeah I feel like it's an ever evolving thing that everyone goes through, and if I look at- go back and listen to the first episode of this podcast which was in January of 2013 I think, it is a very, very different animal. And they're all available for people to listen to and laugh because it just takes time to kind of refine your message, and really I think learning to say no is probably one of the hardest things, especially as very stereotypically ADHD type of entrepreneurs where we're all chasing shiny objects every day, and especially when we're all coming from a place of truly trying to serve and really trying to help as many people as we can. I think that's where it becomes difficult to say no, because if you're looking at it from a purely dollars and cents standpoint of 'I have a threshold that I need to make $10,000 to go speak here, and if they don't meet it, then I don't do it.' That is not how at least the people that are on my show, and myself included, that's not how we operate. It's a matter of like, 'How can we accommodate? How can we make sure they still hear our message? How can we-' and then it just- it's a struggle and I think that we all kind of go through it even if it does look more polished on the outside. I think most of us are still kind of struggling with that day-to-day behind the scenes. At least for me anyway.   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah absolutely.   Jenn T Grace:              Yeah and I think the audience kind of needs to hear these things and just kind of hear of the struggles that lie ahead as they're kind of figuring out what their voice is, and what platform they should be on, and how they should go about growing their personal brand because I think that personal branding, it's been around forever, but I feel like it just becomes more and more important in this day in age, even more so as an LGBTQ person because there's so much more at stake, and I think that all of us whether we want to or not, we're all kind of representing the community in our way. So if you do something stupid, or I do something stupid, suddenly it's the LGBTQ community that's stupid because of something ridiculous that you or I may have done. Even though that is so not what it should be, ultimately unfortunately that is just kind of the reality of it. So we all kind of have to navigate that tricky landscape as well.   Rhodes Perry:             Right, absolutely.   Jenn T Grace:              Oh good stuff. So if you could go back in time and maybe give yourself one piece of advice. Not necessarily the audience as a whole, but just really thinking of yourself. Is there kind of something that you would say or do that you think might have shortcutted some of the challenges that you've unnecessarily faced?   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah I think absolutely for me is- for my younger self to trust myself, to trust my entrepreneurial spirit. In looking back I'm glad that I had all of the experiences that I had leading up to the point of starting my own business, I think if I trusted myself and knew what was on the other side of having my own business, I probably would have done it maybe ten years earlier. You know? And it was really a fear of what the 'no' was, and I think going to college kind of slowed down the process of having my own business, because I actually- I had my own business before I went off to college, and then it just was the programming of getting a good job, and contributing to the workforce, and I didn't realize that I could be doing that as a business owner. So I don't know if that resonates with any of your listeners, but I definitely- I think for myself could have used that kind of pep talk maybe a decade ago.   Jenn T Grace:              Yeah I would imagine that hits home for many people.   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah.   Jenn T Grace:              So in kind of parting here, anything that you would like to share in terms of how people can get in touch with you, how they might work with you, just kind of any number of ways just to make sure that we get a good kind of plug here for people to contact you.   Rhodes Perry:             Yeah thank you. Well my website is www.RhodesPerry.com so there's the personal branding there. And on December 1st I'm offering a webinar for my target audience which is executive HR and diversity professionals on setting vision for- a diversity and inclusion vision that's inclusive of LGBT employees and folks that are served by businesses or government agencies. So that's December 1st and if you go to my website, on my blog there's more information on how to register for that, and you can also just contact me at Rhodes@rhodesperry.com and I can share more information that way. And I also offer a free quarterly newsletter that just kind of keeps people in the know of what I'm up to, I offer a ton of free information there on just strategies on how to engage LGBT employees, how to develop an LGBT policy, how to sustain change over time; all of that stuff is included in my quarterly newsletters. And I just love to hear from folks, so if people have questions I'm available to just provide value and help people kind of get started on that path of building more inclusive workplaces.   Jenn T Grace:              That is awesome. And so for anyone listening, this is episode 98. I'm pretty sure I screwed it up earlier when we were talking, so you can go to the website at www.JennTGrace.com/98 and that will get you a transcript for today's interview, and then all of the links that Rhodes was just talking about. And I feel like it might be important to note that Rhodes is spelled R-H-O-D-E-S, not like Roads like a road. Just because I feel like- I want to make sure it's clear and people can find you, so that's good. Awesome.   Rhodes Perry:             Thank you so much, thank you for having me on the show.   Jenn T Grace:              You are very welcome, it was a pleasure chatting with you. Thank you for listening to today's podcast. If there are any links from today's show that you are interested in finding, save yourself a step and head on over to www.JennTGrace.com/thepodcast. And there you will find a backlog of all of the past podcast episodes including transcripts, links to articles, reviews, books, you name it. It is all there on the website for your convenience. Additionally if you would like to get in touch with me for any reason, you can head on over to the website and click the contact form, send me a message, you can find me on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter all at JennTGrace. And as always I really appreciate you as a listener, and I highly encourage you to reach out to me whenever you can. Have a great one, and I will talk to you in the next episode.

That Totally Awesome 90s Podcast
Ep. 19 Darkwing Duck: Let's Get Dangerous!

That Totally Awesome 90s Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2016 57:45


The TTA90s guys talk about everything that came from the 90s Disney TV cartoon series, Darkwing Duck! He is the terror that flaps in the night. Let's Get Dangerous!!! Contact Us! TTA90spodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @TTA90spodcast

That Totally Awesome 90s Podcast
The 90s Minute- Ep. 19 Darkwing Duck: Let's Get Dangerous Preview

That Totally Awesome 90s Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2016 1:05


The TTA90s guys talk about everything that came from the 90s Disney TV cartoon series, Darkwing Duck! Let's Get Dangerous!!! Contact Us! TTA90spodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @TTA90spodcast

Comedy Bronze
048 - Let's Get Dangerous

Comedy Bronze

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2016 69:56


Comedy Bronze trashes Jon Favreau for no reason whatsoever! Hey, wasn't Tail-Spin weird? Aaaaaand comics! Music Credits: "Retro Future Nasty" "Song of The Volga Boatmen" "Exit The Premises" "Pixelland" "Hustle" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)   Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Cocktailing
4: New York Sour

Cocktailing

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2016 2:53


This dramatic classic is as tasty as it is pretty. ``` 2 oz. whiskey 1 oz. fresh lemon juice 1 oz. simple syrup 1 oz. red wine Shake first three components. Add the red wine as a float. Garnish with a cherry. ``` See Photo (https://www.instagram.com/p/BCOtcHioNOi) See Photo (https://www.instagram.com/p/BCOtYpCoNOe) Photos by Lisa Denkinger David Wondrich's Twitter feed (https://twitter.com/DavidWondrich) Imbibe! (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000WJQWE2) Join me next week for a gin-based cocktail, the Tailspin.

No-Budget Nightmares
EPISODE 66: THINGS (1989)

No-Budget Nightmares

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2015 127:41


“D’you want to see some bloood?”. We’ve got ourselves in a TAILSPIN thanks to Pateron campaign contributor Jessica Garcia, who kindly suggested that Moe and Doug FINALLY tackle Canuxploitation classic THINGS! Being faced with such a ghastly, brutal, horrible, insane film drives our hosts to new heights(?!) of frivolity and madness, and the whole sick business culminates in a brand new epic tune from Roo! Grow out your dirtstaches and crank some Triumph.. it’s time to experience THINGS. Want to see some of THINGS in action? Check out this incredible clip! Chilled to the bone by Don’s terrifying monologue? Relive it here! And you HAVE to check out Roo’s latest incredible song, inspired by THINGS: Want more of this goodness (and some fine perks)? Support No-Budget Nightmare on PATREON! Go ahead and check out NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES on Facebook! You’ll be our best friend. Or check out Moe and Doug on Twitter! And head over to Daily Grindhouse for all of your horror/exploitation film writing needs.

Plus Two Comedy/Stay Doomed
Episode 96: Too Many Games with Lani Winzer

Plus Two Comedy/Stay Doomed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2015 65:39


Too Many Games is June 26th through the 28th at the greater Philadelphia Expo Center. What is Too Many Games? Don't worry, Lani Winzer is here to explain all the guests, activities and of course games. This week we talk about Adventure Time, Tail Spin and the stress of running a con. Plus we play our new game "Too Many Games" for Host vs Guest vs Audience.For more on Too Many Games:WebsiteThis Episode of the +2 Comedy Podcast is brought to you by Amazon. Please click here and shop as normal to support the +2 Comedy Podcast.

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor After School Special with Sean Sullivan

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2015 64:33


In this very special after school special edition of the show Ken welcomes Sean Sullivan back to the show.   Sean and Ken discuss the popularity of Sean as a guest, school with siblings, 1990, Jr High vs. Middle School, the darkest thing Ken has ever said on the show, Sex Ed, the death of After school Specials, the Wave, cartoons, walking to school, horrific childhood games, Hard Copy, Canadian Co-Productions, Don't Just Sit There,  dinner plans, Boy Scouts, Orange Soda, cancer popcorn, 1993, Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, secretly enjoying baby shows, 3.2.1 Contact, Beyond 2000, Tailspin, Disney Afternoon, Fifteen, Barney and Friends, Tiny Toon Adventures, Carmen Sandieago, Rockapella into Mmmbop, Dinosaucers, Plucky Duck, Goofy hatred, Shop Til You Drop, Sunday Mornings, Denver the Last Dinosaur, 1995, talk shows, Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters, Ghost Writer, Beetlejuice, Quack Attack, Exosquad, Extreme Toxic Waste, Tazmania, Ricki Lake, I'm Telling, buying your childhood heart's desire game show prizes as an adult, Animaniacs, Billy Nye the Science Guy vs. Beakman's World, 1998, Wishbone, The New Adventures of Batman and Superman, VR Troopers, The Mystics Knights of Trunanog, Big Bad Beetleborgs, and the long strange history of Power Rangers. 

Neverland: To Disney and Beyond
60 Disney Artist, Len Smith!

Neverland: To Disney and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2015 54:56


Welcome back to the Neverland Podcast! This week we have some interesting Marvel news to talk about along with some casting news for TV going beyond Disney.   And then we'll welcome our very special guest, Len Smith!  Len has a long history of working for various studios including Walt Disney Television Animation!  You'll be amazed at how he broke into his line of work and at some of the work he has done and the characters he has designed!   You can find out more about him at http://lenvsmith.blogspot.com!   Please rate and review The Neverland Podcast! iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-neverland-podcast/id875639884?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D8 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-neverland-podcast Blubrry: http://www.blubrry.com/neverlandpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NeverlandPCast Facebook: https://facebook.com/neverlandpodcast mailto:podcast@neverlandpodcast.com Leave a Voicemail (816) 226-6492  

Montreal Sauce
Do a Barrel Roll

Montreal Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2014 134:29


Chris and Paul are back, mano-a-mano to talk more about Canadian health care, Godzilla, code, Doctor Who, and KFC. It’s Montreal Sauce! Yum! The Flophouse podcast reviews bad, bad movies. Idiocracy trailer. Get the Gringo trailer. Pepe the King Prawn on The Late Late Show. The trailer for the latest reboot of Godzilla. The Godzilla cupholder Chris received free from Taco Bell back in the day. Green Day’s unfortunate movie tie in with the 1998 Godzilla movie uses the simple theory that anything can be improved with Godzilla’s roar. Chris imagines Godzilla playing Walter opposite of the Dude in The Big Lebowski. Totally NSFW. The Making of Batman & Robin is an interesting look at the awfulness with the actors, producers and director. Hercules in New York trailer. GVSU removes a sculpture that was used to parody Miley’s wrecking ball video. The Double Robotics office robot for remote workers reviewed on The Colbert Report. Sorry Canadian users, you’ll have to get creative to watch this because of outdated copywright laws. Real Genius Montage scene featuring tape recorders, or boom boxes, to take notes. Excellent film, you’re missing out if you haven’t seen it. Knitted Graffiti or knitfitti or yarn bombing is the cute way to art up your city. OpenXC An API for your car? Make your own apps and develop for your ride. Cellcontrol Negate the ability to use a cell phone in your car. No, my car is not a bong. It’s an Ignition Interlock Device. A sampling of Canadian programming. In other news, I don’t think Chris’ wife is talking to him now. A dog with an eye patch? That’s bad ass. Here’s the opening credits for Tales of the Golden Monkey. Not at all related, if you have both eyes closed. Tailspin Get your art on and find some patrons. Use Patreon to donate to your favorite internet artists. Getting started with Square Cash Github vs. BitBucket Code Week recently inspired millions of students & President Obama to embrace coding. IT guy pick up lines. Paul’s Five Star Trek Pickup Lines Star Trek review with kids in mind thinks “I’d like to get my hands on her ample nacelles,” is too suggestive when talking about a spaceship. Beards save lives It’s medically proven. Day of the Doctor trailer. The pre-webisode if you wish to partake. How to Watch Doctor Who, a good guide for New Who beginners. Now That’s What I Call a Doctor Who Quote! album preview. American Psycho trailer. Matt Smith in the American Psycho musical in London. Ping Pong trailer. Ping Pong championships for folks over 80. Law & Order Canada? Um, cluck no. Here’s Law & Order: KFC which is every Law & Order episode ever. Murdoch Mysteries trailer. The Testament of Sherlock Holmes is an awful, awful game. This cheesy review spares you from seeing the terribly scary animated children. Don’t swear while playing your shiny new PS4 or XBox One because you’ll be punished. Star Fox Do a barrel roll! The NBA Jam announcer has his own Twitter account Why does Chris apologize for using the Imperial system in Canada? It’s decently accurate Support Montreal Sauce on Patreon

Retro RPG Podcast
Episode 47: Chrono Cross Part 2

Retro RPG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2013 94:57


Chrono Cross Walkthrough Leah twerks for her Tail Spin attack Tide goes in, Tide goes out How'd the moon get there? Space Engine Notes: How painful creating the show is / use to be. Introvert vs. Extrovert Intro Fargo slippy fingers with getting colored plates. Once again the combat system... How many useless characters are […]

All Taste Explosion Radio Network
Jim Cummings Interview - Dennis Daniel Show

All Taste Explosion Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2013 27:00


April's here which means it's time for The Dennis Daniel Show to "spring" up some amazing guests, and we can't get much bigger than our next guest. The Dennis Daniel Show is please to welcome voice actor Jim Cummings to the program. For over three decades, Jim Cummings has been one of the most prolific voice actors in the industry. Whether you know him as Don Karnage from "TailSpin", Darkwing Duck, Ed the Hyena from "The Lion King", Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, too, or even as Taz from "Taz-Mania", Jim has been in a lot of popular cartoon series from the 90's and continues to push the envelope and create new voices and characters and entertain new generations of children.  Join Dennis as he talks with Jim about his career in voice acting, his upcoming projects, and working on many iconic cartoons and movies. It's a "Get Dangerous" edition of The Dennis Daniel Show! 

otakugeneration's Podcast
OtakuGeneration (Show #119) with Sports in Anime

otakugeneration's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2007 94:10


  NOTE: This was also cross posted in the otakugeneration LJ community. Shownotes :: (show 119) :: (website) :: (podcast feed) :: (direct download) :: (direct iTunes link) With the Sports in Anime, and recorded live on September 17th, 2007. This week, in preperation for AWA we produced a rather short show for once! Not to mention we read feedback, received a fan review, and attempted to talk about anime sport shows... it was lame but we had fun. So listen to this weeks shown and find out how truely lame it was! NEWS: Vas built something unique for IE7 and FF 2.0 users... a search option for OGlink (click here) and shortner (also click here) that will let you get to the shortner/oglink redirect pages quicker! Check it out! Call Us! ::: Skype Voicemail ::: You can leave us voicemail using Skype, at: otakugeneration or call: (610) 628.3154 -or- (206) 965.8154 ::: GoogeTalk Voicemail ::: You can also leave us voicemail with GoogleTalk, at: otaku.generation@gmail.com ::: Gizmo ::: You can also leave us voicemail with using Gizmo, at: otakugeneration Mentioned Stuff and Link(s) (during the show) OG Link Shortner the OG twitter Fanboy Hell Podcast AWA OG Manga / Comic Contest email your entry We finally figured out what you the audience likes for contests... so Dan came up with a manga/comic contest... for which the winners will get a book of the contest... confused? Here's the deal... every few weeks... Dan will come up with a new manga/comic frame... with an empty comic bubble and it's your job to fill it in and modify for everyones entertainment. The lowdown... Dan says NO MEMEs! If you use one... it better be HAWT SHIZNIT... otherwise, get creative. Anyhow this week... we had a few more entries that are pretty good. But to get started download the 1st frame here... but listen to the show to find out why want to download this file! You want to win this prize pack! There's unique OG merch, the eventual book of the contest (listen to the show for details)... give-a-ways... including some signed stuff from past guests. So what are you waiting for? Enter the contest now! Convention Schedule (1.0) by Anne Packrat Convention Schedule @ fansview.com Fan Reviews (1.0) by you the listeners :: (reviews@otakugeneration.net) One this week... send yours in! Record us one and if we like it and it can fit in the show, we'll play it! (manga) :: Negima by Static Promos / Break Shake It :: by Rediscover :: (now on music.podshow.com) Fanboy Forecast (1.0) by Bryce :: (fanboyforecast@otakugeneration.net (game) :: Tail Spin (no link; it's not worthy) (movie) :: One Piece (Sabaku no Ojou to Kaizoku Tachi) "Meh"sterpiece Theater None read this week. But keep the "meh's" coming... we'll let them pile up and then unleash Jefferson... so give him purpose on the show, aside from his unique way of being! Jefferson will act out your favorite scenes... from movies, tv, ect. Obviously it should be short... and something he can act out by voice. Send your "meh"sterpieces to: mehsterpiece@otakugeneration.net, and Jefferson will interupt it live!. Nickname ME! by Alan :: (nickname@otakugeneration.net) One this week... Please tell us something about yourself... than we'll give you a nick! This way you can be uniquely identifiable among the other OG listners! If you send us feedback, and you want us to nickname you, email us, at: otaku.generation@gmail.com With somewhere in the subject: NICKNAME ME NOTE: If we've already nicknamed you, you can't be re-nicked... unless you plead... lots! ...and we mean LOTS!!! =D For Podcast promos or MP3 Feedback, email us, at: otaku.generation@gmail.com With the exact subject: MP3 PROMOTION :: (for podcast promos) MP3 FEEDBACK :: (for audio feedback) In the body of the message, put: Your Name Your Podcast Your website Brief copy about your podcast for us to read NOTE: No copyrighted music, or clips! We won't play promos with this kind of content! Unless you own the copyright, and have given us written authorization! Join us next week... for something, or somebody... I guess you'll just have to wait and find out! There will be a new show on Wednesday, so "podcast-in" with us! You know you'll want listen and see if there really is a "duckhole"! So, download us, give us a listen... and maybe we still won't explain the "3 more times" thing from... nevermind the reference is old, this poart of the show notes should be changed! Yes? No? It's September! So vote for us! Smear the OG awesomeness on a peeled peelander-pink-green-pumpkin! [insert something OG-Uber scremo-oOo-mation-nal (if that's even a word) here... alan is always still up on tuesday night, cause it's late ((>.