Get out those crisp dollar bills (or Starbucks gift cards) so you can show this episode some proper love because we're dyking out with Ivy from Les Vixens burlesque! She's the lesbian queen who has kept so many queer parties going in Florida and around the country. From helping make Girl The Party THE party for queer women, to leading the largest LGBTQ+ burlesque troupe in the country, Ivy is living that glitter grind life. But it's not all tassels and thongs. Her and her dancers are committed to making positive change in our community and making sure our allies walk the walk. We learn about the challenges creating safe spaces in queer nightlife, but also the challenges of dating a burlesque performer. Have you booked your flight to Orlando yet? Speaking of Orlando, Carolyn gives her take on Girls in Wonderland, while Melody is stuck thinking about Tampa. Finally, we end with a listener question that comes in multiple choice form. -Get extra content EACH WEEK, Ad Free episodes, support the pod, and get to know other listeners by joining our Patreon community. If you can't support the pod on a monthly basis, please consider tipping us through Paypal or purchasing 1-on-1s and cameos through Jemi. We truly appreciate it! -We've got MERCH. -For related content, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram -Help more dykes find us and Leave Us a 5-star Review if you like what you hear! -Have a question that you need answered ASAP? Check us out on WISIO. -Theme song by There Is No Mountain Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tim has failed to source the Japanese-released Emmanuelle Sex, Chocolate & Emmanuelle so instead has found a heretofore unknown entry in the series: Adventures Into the Woods: A Sexy Musical also known as Emmanuelle in Wonderland. By far the least pornographic of any Emmanuelle these boiz have seen, it's a welcome repertory theatre-style, musical film with some occasional nipple. Borrowing elements from the Brothers Grimm, Sondheim's Into the Woods and Shrek, Emmanuelle finds herself solo through a wormhole in a fairytale land wandering through every single character you remember from your childhood. Original music, choreography and some very ropy performances from our triple threat actors make for a escapists dream (if you're closing out on watching almost every Emmanuelle ever made). Today we also discover Tim has never seen a single Shrek.SUPPORT US ON PATREON: (patreon.com/TWIOAT)JOIN US ON FACEBOOK: (facebook.com/WorstIdeaOfAllTime)VISIT THE LITTLE EMPIRE PODCAST NETWORK: (littleempirepodcasts.com)MUSIC CREDIT: Tender Moonlight (facebook.com/TenderMoonlight)ART CREDIT: Tomas Cottle (sick-days.com) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Méditation, pensée positive, noix de cajou salées et frites d'apéro… Il est temps de se faire du bien, par tous les moyens. Lorie Pester révèle ses secrets pour aider SML à enfin vaincre Denise, sa crise d'angoisse. Également inclus avec cet épisode : une analyse exhaustive des avantages et inconvénients de la Cheesy Crust, et le détail des paniers fous d'enfants au supermarché.Et en plus, des questions qui apaisent comme : Didier Bourdon ou Jean-Jacques Bourdin ? Un magazine libertaire anarchiste peut-il servir de papier cadeau pour François Fillon ? Les 2001 sentent-ils la pizza ? Quelle différence entre un saut piqué et un lutz (en patinage artistique) ? Le titre terroir d'or : « Il a une tête trop mignonne Nelson Monfort, il ressemble à une soupière » Le point poésie : « J'ai un réflexe vomitif quand je mets un protège dent » La vérité puisqu'on ment : « Ils ont fourragé du fromage dans la croûte » La citation à méditer : « Quand tu sais pas quoi faire, tu vas chez Darty ? » CRÉDITSA bientôt de te revoir est un podcast de Sophie-Marie Larrouy produit par Binge Audio, enregistré le 1er octobre 2021 à Wonderland. Réalisation : Quentin Bresson. Générique : Josselin Bordat. Production : Anaïs Daïkha. Édition : Sirine Azouaoui. Identité sonore Binge Audio : Jean-Benoît Dunckel (musique) et Bonnie El Bokeili (voix). Identité graphique : Karolina Mikos (Upian). Direction des programmes : Joël Ronez. Direction de la rédaction : David Carzon. Direction générale : Gabrielle Boeri-Charles. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
AW 27 | Tom Ruegger - Creator of Animaniacs, Pinky & the Brain, Tiny ToonsIn this week's episode, we are joined by animation legend Tom Ruegger, the creator of Animaniacs, Pinky & The Brain, and Tiny Toons. Tom has been in the animation industry for over four decades and has worked on some of the most memorable cartoons at Warner Brothers, Hanna-Barbera, and Disney. He has won seventeen Emmy Awards for his work that has defined generations of childhoods across the world. To say that I am thrilled to finally sit down with Tom is an understatement!Tune in as Tom takes us back to his journey to fully realizing his animator dreams (you won't believe what the final straw was for Tom to leave New Jersey!) and the events that led him to work amongst animation's biggest names in the 80s. Tom also shares what it was like to work with the likes of Hanna Barbera, Jo Barbera, and Steven Spielberg. Finally, Tom goes into detail about how his iconic works such as Animaniacs, Tiny Toons, and Pinky & The Brain came to be. This is definitely a very inspiring and nostalgic episode!Timestamps:[7:20]Tom Ruegger's Humble Beginnings[17:39]The Phone Booth Call That Changed Tom's Life Forever[22:13]Tom Talks About Working With Hanna-Barbera[29:39]Meeting Steven Spielberg and creating the most iconic cartoon shows of the 90s[41:21]Tom talks about the Will You Wear A Mask project[47:53]Tom shares his processFollow along with Alicyn's Wonderland on:Instagram: @AlicynTikTok: @alicynpackardYouTube: Alicyn PackardTwitter: @Alicyn
We talk about the V&A's fantastical exhibition ‘Alice: Curioser and Curioser' about the influence of Lewis Carroll's novel ‘Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'. See links below. ‘Alice: Curioser and Curioser', Victoria & Albert Museum, London (to 31 December 2021); https://www.vam.ac.uk/exhibitions/alice-curiouser-and-curiouser Jonathan Jones, ‘Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser review – a wonderful tumble down the rabbit hole', The Guardian (18 May 2021): https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2021/may/18/alice-curiouser-and-curiouser-victoria-and-albert-museum-london Claire Marie Healy, ‘How Alice in Wonderland Became Visual Culture's Proto-Teenage Girl', AnOther (21 May 2021): https://www.anothermag.com/design-living/13338/how-alice-in-wonderland-became-visual-culture-s-proto-teenage-girl Tim Spears, ‘alice: curioser and curioser preview in wonderland at V&A museum, london', designboom (21 May 2021): https://www.designboom.com/art/alice-curiouser-and-curiouser-exhibition-preview-va-museum-london-05-21-2021/ Jonathan Miller (director), Kenneth Morey (costume design), ‘Alice in Wonderland' (1966): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060089/ Laird Borrelli-Persson, ‘“Alice in Wonderland” Shoot With Annie Leibovitz and Grace Coddington, on Episode 6 of In Vogue: The 2000s' (12 October 2021): https://www.vogue.com/article/in-vogue-the-2000s-podcast-episode-6 Laura Connelly, ‘Tim Walker inspired by Alice in Wonderland for Pirelli Calendar's 45th edition', Creative Boom (22 November 2017): https://www.creativeboom.com/inspiration/tim-walker-inspired-by-alice-in-wonderland-for-pirelli-calendars-45th-edition/
In this week's Solidarity Fridays episode, Joe sits down with entrepreneur, veteran of the cannabis industry, and CEO at Microdose; Patrick Moher, who discusses their massive psychedelic expo, November 8-9 in Miami: Wonderland. www.psychedelicstoday.com
Willy's Wonderland was initially billed as an indoor entertainment center. However, over time it's gained a reputation as a now-defunct dilapidated house of horrors, hovering over the town in which it resides. Nic Cage skids into town and is tasked with restoring Wonderland to its previous glory. Meanwhile, a cast of rebellious teenagers has other plans, as do the building's Animatronic inhabitants. Who wins out, only time will tell. Joined by returning guest Brian Wadsworth, Mike & Mike discuss the mayhem and mechanism of this frighteningly fun film.
Ah man ah geez another Scary Bad musical with scary good music!! You Houstonians and Tampa-onians will know it well! . . . Help Wines and Dolls be the best they can be by supporting us on Patreon at patreon.com/winesanddolls for a cheers on the show and other perks for Patrons. Cheers to our Patrons: Bob, Allison, Noah, Victoria, Sandra, and Julia! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and Twitter at winesanddolls Artwork by From Pen to Paper Music from Guys and Dolls, 1992 on Spotify --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/winesanddolls/message
FASD Hope is a podcast about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience. Episode 91 shines a spotlight on the Hope Rising Clinic in Bothell, Washington. Hope Rising Clinic is the only clinic in the Washington region that offers comprehensive services for prenatal exposure. Podcast Host, Natalie Vecchione, speaks with Alex Lundy, M.S., CCC-SLP (Clinic Manager) and Michelle Stiller Bradley, M.A., LMHCA (Chief Program Officer) about Hope RISING Clinic. Michelle Stiller Bradley has worn many hats in her 30 year, social service career: therapist, case manager, forensic child interviewer, child abuse investigator, caseworker, advocate and director. Michelle has a Bachelor's Degree in Social Welfare, A Master's Degree in Counseling and she is pursuing a Doctorate in Healthcare Administration. Michelle currently serves as Chief Program Officer at Wonderland Child and Family Services, where she has worked for over a decade. While overseeing Wonderland's early intervention, Michelle developed a special interest in serving children with prenatal substance exposure. She has channeled this passion, and her personal experience raising a child with FASD, into the developmental of Wonderland's Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure, an innovative diagnostic and treatment center for children and families in the greater Seattle area. Michelle is also on the Board of Directors of NOFAS Washington. Her most important job (and hardest by far!) is parenting four children ages 12-23 years. Alex Lundy has been leading a multidisciplinary team providing holistic services to children with prenatal substance exposure and their families. Alex began her career in the field of neurodiversity as a behavior technician for children with autism. She found joy in discovering how to enter a child's world and to teach communication, leading her to pursue a Master's Degree in Speech - Language Pathology at University of Oregon. She has worked in a variety of settings including: early intervention, outpatient clinics and schools. Alex began to notice children in the school system with emotional regulation, social skills and impulse control - who did not have a diagnosis, but all had something in common... a history of trauma and suspected prenatal substance exposure. A few years later, Alex moved to Seattle, WA and began working at Wonderland Child and Family Services. In 2019, Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure opened their doors and Alex jumped at the chance to lead the team and learn more about the invisible disability of FASD! In this HOPE filled conversation, Michelle and Alex discuss the following: the history of Hope RISING Clinic and it's growth in the past year, programs / services / supports offered by Hope RISING, the importance of getting an FASD Diagnosis (if suspected), goals for Hope RISING and words of hope for families of those with FASD. Hope RISING R - Resources I - Interventions S - Support to I - Inspire N - Nurture and G - Grow "God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference." - The Serenity Prayer EPISODE RESOURCES - Hope Rising Clinic https://hoperisingclinic.org/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wonderlandchildfamily/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WonderlandChildandFamilyServices Twitter - https://twitter.com/wonder_families FASD HOPE RESOURCES - https://www.fasdhope.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1 Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/ Clubhouse - @natalievecc Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy BUY IT NOW!
Nearly everyone uses their social media accounts to market themselves these days. However, our guest this week begs to differ. This week, we are joined by none other than the multi-faceted and multi-talented voice actor and ADR director, Ezra Weisz, who is currently directing the English dub of Miraculous Tales of LadyBug and Cat Noir. Ezra has done voices for many anime shows including Code Geass, The Outlaw, Bleach, and Vampire Knight, as well as a number of animated films such as Akira and Paprika. Ezra truly embodies the spirit of an entertainer! In this episode, Ezra talks about his life and his journey into becoming one of the most prolific voice actors in the community. He also lifts the veil to give us a glimpse of what it's like to be a voice actor and ADR director working in Hollywood. Plus, he also shares incredibly interesting tidbits about his personal life and how he maintains his brand of authenticity despite his fame and achievements. If you've been wondering about what being a voice actor in Hollywood is like, let Ezra give you a front-row seat with his anecdotes!Timestamps:[4:34]Ezra talks about why he doesn't follow social media marketing “rules”[12:05]Ezra talks about Tai Chi and Marathons [19:01]Why You Should Never Rush, According to Ezra[31:09]Ezra talks about being a warm up comic [37:51]What does a voice director do?[1:12:04]How to start your voice acting career according to Ezra WeiszFollow along with Alicyn's Wonderland on:Instagram: @AlicynTikTok: @alicynpackardYouTube: Alicyn PackardTwitter: @Alicyn
Making Love in Marriage with Debra Fileta *DISCLAIMER* This message is intended for adults only. The mandrakes send out their fragrance, and at our door is every delicacy, both new and old, that I have stored up for you, my beloved. Song of Songs 7:13 (NIV) Questions We Discuss: Why do you believe married sex is one of God's best ideas and how can adopting a biblical perspective of sex redefine how we value it in our marriages? One chapter you wrote is titled, "Your Body is a Wonderland." What are some of your favorite highlights from this chapter? What are some practical suggestions or techniques you recommend for married couples to enhance their sexual experiences? Debra K. Fileta is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in Relationship, Sex, Dating, and Marriage issues. She is a passionate author and national speaker who travels across the country spreading the message that healthy people make healthy relationships. Her work has been featured by numerous media outlets from national television to church ministries such as Saddleback Church, FreshLife Church, Focus on the Family, ChristianMingle.com, The 700 Club, NGEN Radio, KLOVE, and many more. She, her husband, and three children live in Lancaster, PA. Debra is a regular contributor to publications such as Relevant Magazine and Crosswalk.com, with well over 250 articles across the web about love, marriage, dating, sex, and relationships. Her articles have also been featured in magazines and websites such as Today's Christian Woman, Verily Magazine, Anne Voskamp blog, Proverbs 31 Woman, IAmSecond.com, ChurchLeaders.com, Converge Magazine, Charisma Magazine, Christianity Today, and many others. She is the author of True Love Dates, Choosing Marriage:Why it Has To Start With We > Me and Love in Every Season. She's also the creator of the popular relationship advice bog, www.TrueLoveDates.com as well as the Love + Relationships Podcast reaching millions of people each year with topics of love, sex, marriage, relationships and emotional and mental health. Connect with her on Facebook or Instagram to get your dating questions answered and to learn more! At The Savvy Sauce, we will only recommend resources we believe in! We also want you to be aware: We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Married Sex Thank You to Our Sponsor: Sam Leman Eureka Connect with The Savvy Sauce on Facebook or Instagram or Our Website Please help us out by sharing this episode with a friend, leaving a 5-star rating and review, and subscribing to this podcast! Also, check out our Patreon Page to find out how to gain access to additional podcasts and goodies! Gospel Scripture: (all NIV) Romans 3:23 “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,” Romans 3:24 “and are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.” Romans 3:25 (a) “God presented him as a sacrifice of atonement, through faith in his blood.” Hebrews 9:22 (b) “without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.” Romans 5:8 “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:11 “Not only is this so, but we also rejoice in God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have now received reconciliation.” John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” Romans 10:9 “That if you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” Luke 15:10 says “In the same way, I tell you, there is rejoicing in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.” Romans 8:1 “Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus” Ephesians 1:13–14 “And you also were included in Christ when you heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation. Having believed, you were marked in him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit, who is a deposit guaranteeing our inheritance until the redemption of those who are God's possession- to the praise of his glory.” Ephesians 1:15–23 “For this reason, ever since I heard about your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love for all the saints, I have not stopped giving thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers. I keep asking that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the glorious Father, may give you the spirit of wisdom and revelation, so that you may know him better. I pray also that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints, and his incomparably great power for us who believe. That power is like the working of his mighty strength, which he exerted in Christ when he raised him from the dead and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly realms, far above all rule and authority, power and dominion, and every title that can be given, not only in the present age but also in the one to come. And God placed all things under his feet and appointed him to be head over everything for the church, which is his body, the fullness of him who fills everything in every way.” Ephesians 2:8–10 “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith – and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God – not by works, so that no one can boast. For we are God‘s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.“ Ephesians 2:13 “But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far away have been brought near through the blood of Christ.“ Philippians 1:6 “being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.”
Elite CrossFit Athlete and his Coach, who also happens to be his fiancée discuss what it's like running a business and managing a successful CrossFit career side by side. From the unique experience of the 2020 CrossFit Games to what's next for Jeffrey at the Rogue Invitational at the end of October. We also get personal and ask about how they met, their courtship and plans for the future.
Renée Marino is a professional communication coach named by Yahoo Finance as one of the “Top 10 Communication Coaches to Follow in 2021!” She was the co-host of Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi's first-ever virtual “World Summit'' and has spoken, performed, and been interviewed on thousands of live and virtual stages, including Dean Graziosi's podcast The Dean Graziosi Show. Renée helps people create genuine connections in their life and business by balancing new school technology with ol' school simplicity. She also uses her well-rounded experience of communicating through various mediums to train companies, organizations, schools, and universities in strengthening their communication skills. Renée can be seen as the female lead, Mary Delgado, in the film, “Jersey Boys,” directed by Clint Eastwood. She has been featured in People.com's “Ones to Watch,” Variety, and The Huffington Post, which stated: “The Broadway star—who is basically Tina Fey's celebrity doppelganger— is a scene-stealer. ‘Jersey Boys' pops whenever she's onscreen.” Renée wrote and performed her solo show, I Am Me, Because of Three, to sold-out venues in NYC and LA and received rave reviews. Her Broadway credits include Pretty Woman: The Musical (dance captain/assistant to the choreographer), West Side Story (Rosalia), Jersey Boys (Mary Delgado), Chaplin, and Wonderland (ensemble). She has toured North America with Cats, Disney's High School Musical, and Jersey Boys. Her television credits include Regina on Fox's Weird Loners and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. As a coach, keynote speaker, and longtime performer, Renée Marino has inspired people worldwide with her energy, relatability, and authentic spirit. Renée's forthcoming book, "Becoming a Master Communicator: Balancing New School Technology with Ol' School Simplicity" will be released in January. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: www.ReneeMarino.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-aidan-byrne0/support
Gorilla greetings, everyone! Willy's Wonderland is a gore-fest comedy (???) featuring Mr. Cage in a silent role, battling an army of demonic animatronics. If you're thinking about Five Nights at Freddy's, who could blame you? Make sure to check out our sponsor, career coach Tracy Michele Bullock, online at simplicitydoyourdream.com! For full sources and links, visit http://www.gttupod.com/home/gttu205 Support GTTU and get access to monthly bonus podcasts, a private Discord, monthly livestreams, and more at patreon.com/gttupod. Thank you so much! See everything GTTU-related at gttupod.com. Watch videos of all of our episodes at youtube.com/talkbomb Follow us online: https://www.instagram.com/gttupod https://www.facebook.com/gttupod https://www.twitter.com/gttupod Join our private Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/gttupod
The Geekz discuss a movie where Nic Cage does not say a word? and Chucky Cheese robots come to life? Will this get a Superhero rating for 31 days? Listen to find out.. If you like this and want more check out our audio podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio https://iheart.com/podcast/263-the-league-of-geekz-podca-27628807/ and more places where you find your podcasts. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/theleagueofgeekz/333Final.mp3 Like us on Facebook, and check us out on instagram at the League of Geekz, and don't forget to join the community page on Facebook to connect with other Geekz and follow us on twitter @LOGEEKZ If you want Merch from the Geekz check out our spot on Tee Public here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/the-league-of-geekz-podcast?ref_id=13183 If you want to support the show through Patreon you can go here for as little as a dollar a month you get bonus podcasts episodes and can join us for roundtables and movie reviews. https://www.patreon.com/theleagueofgeekz Check out our Youtube here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxinaZM3PXTJpRltqpV7xZQ
Ça commence par une galette de chaise, et ça finit à 18 de tension. Pour l'amour de la cuisine simple et imposable, SML reprend les principes de la chrononutrition avec Kyo. Pour 1 000 francs dans une valise à roulette, il faut piocher entre des histoires de torture chez le dentiste, d'amour chez l'ostéo, ou de bien-être sous forme de bouillotte-panda.Nouvelle saison, nouvelles questions : est-il envisageable de manger tout ce qui nous énerve ? Weetabix dans l'eau ou Cookie Crisp dans le bouillon ? À combien de centimètres sous la peau se trouve notre aura ? La race humaine va-t-elle évoluer vers la fin des dents ou des petits doigts de pied ?Le titre terroir d'or : « On se caresserait l'aura »Le point poésie : « Tous les kinks sont dans la nature »La vérité puisqu'on ment : « Je me souviens des rêves dont je me souviens »La citation à méditer : « Tu me regardes comme une personne cancer regarderait un poisson »CRÉDITSA bientôt de te revoir est un podcast de Sophie-Marie Larrouy produit par Binge Audio, enregistré le 1er octobre 2021 à Wonderland. Réalisation : Quentin Bresson. Générique : Josselin Bordat. Production : Anaïs Daïkha. Édition : Sirine Azouaoui. Identité sonore Binge Audio : Jean-Benoît Dunckel (musique) et Bonnie El Bokeili (voix). Identité graphique : Karolina Mikos (Upian). Direction des programmes : Joël Ronez. Direction de la rédaction : David Carzon. Direction générale : Gabrielle Boeri-Charles. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
If watching cartoons on a Saturday morning and playing video games was a big part of your childhood, you will be very familiar with the work of our guest this week. For this edition of Alicyn's Wonderland, we jump into the rabbit hole together with the phenomenal voice actress and world record holder for the most female video game voices, Jennifer Hale. Her vocal talents can be heard in 168 video games and her most prominent role is as the female version of Captain Shepard in Mass Effect. Her other iconic characters include Cinderella, Avatar Kyoshi, and Princess Morbucks among others. In this episode, we get the amazing opportunity to get to know the amazing woman behind the memorable voices that have made our childhoods so fun. Jennifer sits down with us and shares her amazing, adventure-filled, and heartwarming story. She also goes into detail about how she came up with and realized SkillsHub.Life, and what she hopes it will do for the VO community. And on a real note, Jennifer also shares how she manages to maintain her mental health without sacrificing her career. This episode with Jennifer Hales offers a healthy dose of real talk, inspiration, and valuable advice that aspiring VOs can definitely take away and apply to their own journey. Timestamps:[6:23] What inspired Jennifer Hale to create SkillsHub.Life[13:50] Jennifer talks about her Canadian roots and her legendary father[25:19] How Jennifer came up with SkillsHub.Life's name[30:13] Jennifer's view on how the pandemic has affected the way we live[45:13] What was Jennifer Hale's favorite role to play?[49:16] What would Jennifer Hale be, if she weren't a voice actress?Instagram: @AlicynTikTok: @alicynpackardYouTube: Alicyn PackardTwitter: @Alicyn
We continue with "NHOIT Presents A Very (mostly) Huluween" with another Nic Cage GEM available streaming on Hulu.com. "A quiet drifter is tricked into a janitorial job at the now condemned Willy's Wonderland. The mundane tasks suddenly become an all-out fight for survival against wave after wave of demonic animatronics. Fists fly, kicks land, titans clash -- and only one side will make it out alive." Help Us Make A Movie! https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/6f8de4d2 (https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/6f8de4d2) Join our Discord Server! https://discord.gg/RKXM5GF (https://discord.gg/RKXM5GF) Join our mailing list! https://my.captivate.fm/NSRad.io/mailinglist (NSRad.io/mailinglist) Watch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcmYeuICY69-EDrzynDQSRQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcmYeuICY69-EDrzynDQSRQ) Follow us! http://twitter.com/TheNHOITPodcast (Twitter.com/TheNHOITPodcast) http://instagram.com/TheNHOITPodcast (Instagram.com/TheNHOITPodcast) Check out our other shows http://nightshiftradio.com/shows (NightShiftRadio.com/shows) Support this podcast
Live at The Wonderland Ballroom with Andrew Bucket, Allison Lane, Haywood Turnipseed Jr., Kevin Tit, Teen Cobra I'm wearing a mask for the duration of the show so it sounds a little odd. Andrew Bucket for a goodbye Allison Lane for co-host Haywood Turnipseed Jr. for Color Commentary Kevin Tit for stand up Teen Cobra […]
We couldn't possibly do a Caleb birthday month without a Nic Cage film. And boy did we pick a good one. We continue on with "NHOIT Presents a Very (mostly) Huluween). Where almost every film we talk about is available on Hulu. This week it's the madness that is "Willy's Wonderland". Help Us Make A Movie! https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/6f8de4d2 (https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/6f8de4d2) Join our Discord Server! https://discord.gg/RKXM5GF (https://discord.gg/RKXM5GF) Join our mailing list! https://my.captivate.fm/NSRad.io/mailinglist (NSRad.io/mailinglist) Watch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcmYeuICY69-EDrzynDQSRQ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcmYeuICY69-EDrzynDQSRQ) Follow us! http://twitter.com/TheNHOITPodcast (Twitter.com/TheNHOITPodcast) http://instagram.com/TheNHOITPodcast (Instagram.com/TheNHOITPodcast) Check out our other shows http://nightshiftradio.com/shows (NightShiftRadio.com/shows) Support this podcast
Do You Know Where The Phrase "Mad As A Hatter" Comes From? Welcome to October 6, 2021 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate reaching new heights and going a little batty. No matter how transcendent their skills, every athlete needs someone to help them achieve greater success. This is where a great coach can make all the difference. Michael Jordan was already one of the NBA's most dynamic players before Phil Jackson became coach of the Chicago Bulls. Jordan was not initially a fan of his new coach, who wanted the team to spread the ball around—rather than make Jordan the focus of the game plan. But Jordan played along. And Jackson's leadership took the team to six championships over the span of eight seasons, including 2 three-peats. On National Coaches Day, celebrate the people who help us elevate our game to a whole new level. In the middle of Alice's trip through Wonderland, she stopped for a tea party that was hosted by the Hatter. Yes, that's right, the character's name isn't the Mad Hatter, though that's how we all know him. The phrase “mad as a hatter” was popular at the time that Lewis Carrol wrote his book, and since the character was a bit crazy, the name stuck. As for the phrase itself, hat makers in the 1800s used mercury to manufacture felt hats. Prolonged exposure to this chemical led to mercury poisoning, which caused irritability, memory loss and slurred speech. Sounds like the fictional host of the tea party in Wonderland! On National Mad Hatter Day, celebrate with a spot of tea and your silliest hat. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day.
Welcome to the place where I get to let my geek flag fly and talk about all things geek. Basically a fuzzy guide to life, the universe, and everything but mostly geek stuff. This is where I look into the world of geekdom and some geek news, comics, The Simpsons, Star Wars, and whatever randomness finds its way onto the recording. This level of the podcast includes: Warner Bros rebooting The Lost Boys Carl Sagan's views on Star Wars Trailer for Muppets Haunted Mansion – Oct 8 Thor: Love and Thunder crew hat evokes Owen Hart's heel logo The Witcher Season 2 trailer – Dec 17 Pics from Harry Potter store in NYC Quantic Dream developing a Star Wars game International Podcast Day post Trailer for Hulu's Hit Monkey – Nov 17 Trailer for Netflix's Night Teeth – Oct 20 Netflix buys the Roald Dahl estate to make TV, movies, games, and more Injustice Red Band trailer Disney+ Day announcement with Boba Fett, Shang-Chi, Jungle Cruise, Jeff Goldblum, Simpsons, and more Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore – April 15, 2022 The Orville Season 3 on Hulu – Mar 10, 2022 Vans x Horror collection Disney lawsuit woes continue vs estates of creators Legendary doing a Heathcliff feature film and TV series MGM teaming with WWE to bring back American Gladiators Paramount+ doing a Teen Wolf revival film Alex Ross draws Danny DeVito as a young Wolverine House of the Dragon HBO series lots of dragons in 2022 Jamie Foxx writing his own version of Misery based off a personal fan encounter J. Michael Straczynski rebooting Babylon 5 for the CW Danny wants Pokemon Go friends Prop Store auctioning props from Star Wars, Blade Runner, Terminator, Spider-Man, Back to the Future, and more Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind roller coaster at Epcot in 2022 Disney comes to terms over Black Widow lawsuit Umbrella Academy Season 3 in 2022 Puma shoes for The Suicide Squad Nic Cage's Willy's Wonderland is on Hulu Ohio haunted house scare actor injures young guest Fuzzballs Tarkovsky fans See show on AppleTV+ with Jason Momoa Release of voice actors for Illumination's Super Mario Bros animated movie Cowboy Bebop live action opening Nintendo confirms Donkey Kong area for park in Japan First Look at Netflix's Sandman The Book of Boba Fett streaming announcement – Dec 29 Graham Norton interview with Mark Hamill Raimi Spider-Man joke about chicken nuggies Sung Kang lets slip big Obi-Wan info Marcia Lucas and the sequel trilogy Lucasfilm exec not worried about Star Wars oversaturation Fans lobby for Lucy Lawless to replace Gina Carano Diego Luna teases familiar faces in the Andor show Hasbro releases a George Lucas Black Series figure for Lucasfilm 50thAnniversary Mark Hamill comes out to praise the prequels Finn on Disney+? AMC's Interview With the Vampire series will be faithful to Anne Rice but also have changes Anthony Mackie calls out Marvel's lack of diversity behind the camera Ms. Marvel pushed back to 2022, maybe in February Tom Holland reportedly wants 20 mil for continuing to be Spidey Melissa Joan Hart to return for Sabrina's Teenage Witch show Picard trailer - Feb 2022 Congrats on completing Level 263 of the podcast! Think positive, test negative, stay safe, wash your hands, wear a mask, and good luck out there. f you feel so inclined, drop a positive rating or comment on those apps. Ratings help others find the madness. Tell your friends, geekery is always better with peers. Thank YOU for being a part of this hilarity! May the force be with us all, thanks for stopping by, you stay classy, be excellent to each other and party on dudes! TTFN… Wookiee out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/support
The Fellowship is pleased to present Horror Month for 2021. This year we're talking about horror for all ages, and we start it off with Frankenweenie and Vincent, both from Tim Burton's early years. Sort of - Burton remade Frankenweenie years later, and this confused us a bit. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of the week. Announcements: We found a way to do our monthly meetups - on Discord! Come hang out with us in the voice channel on the 3rd Saturday of the month; details on Facebook & Twitter & the Events tab on our website We're super excited to announce our partnership with ComicBooks For Kids. Details on the website (and you should be listening to hear more, too
Jack the Ripper, one of the most infamous unsolved mysteries of all time. To this day, no one knows who the killer truly was. Sure, everyone has theories. In fact, we're going to get into one today. This story is not about The Ripper, per say. This story is about one of the suspects in the case...Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, whom you may know better as Lewis Carroll, author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Let's take this weird suspected theory and turn it into an 1880's murder myster/whodunit, shall we? Article in discussion: https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/519291/when-lewis-carroll-was-suspected-being-jack-ripper
We're back after a brief break to bring you our analysis on Willy's Wonderland (2021) - a movie which dares to ask the question: What would you do if you had a Chuck E. Cheese to yourself for a night?...sorta...it's a touch more complicated than that, but we had some fun with it. Nicolas Cage turns in this gem of a performance just in time for spooky season!!!
Dropkickdarren walks you through all that happens during our biggest FOHMO event to date!Over 2000+ Ohmies tuned into twitch alone. In case you missed it, Olympus Agora has you covered.Podcast timestamps:Zeus introSam from Frax Finance, 1:17Kolten from Liquity, 3:11Tony from StakeDAO, 5:38Dani from Abracadabra, Popsicle, and Wonderland.money, 7:00Ledger and Ooga NFT giveaway, 11:10DAO recruitment drive, 11:38Zeus alfa drop, 12:25DJ sesh, 13:05We touch on a lot in this one Ohmies, how did we do?https://forms.gle/cNUnz2TwEaBUHMCE7…Let us know how you feel about the podcast by filling in the google form that we've linked above.^Guest speakers:Sam- https://twitter.com/samkazemianKolten- https://twitter.com/KoltenB_StakeDAO- https://twitter.com/StakeDAOHQDani- https://twitter.com/danielesestaOlympus Agora:Twitter: https://twitter.com/AgoraDispatch?s=20Dropickdarren- https://twitter.com/dropkickdarrenMark11- https://twitter.com/Mark11ETHIf you're looking to contribute to the podcast- or think you can add to Olympus Agora, what are you waiting for Ohmie? Come and join us in the OlympusDAO discord!https://discord.gg/9BcV6DM8
Bob & Thunder Hockey Legend and voted sexiest man from Sexsmith Alberta Canada 1990, Jason Duda bring the week to a bombastic close form deep in Bob's secret underground basement studio lair. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The duo covers the latest gaming news including Marvel' Midnight Sun (1:30), the Alan Wake remaster (9:23), the Metal Gear movie (11:09), IGN's "SPOILER FREE" synopsis of the Wheel of Time teaser trailer (13:40), the recent Matrix Resurrection trailer (16:32), the next Spiderman game in the works (22:39), more Marvel news on the upcoming Wolverine video game (22:39), and the next Borderlands entry via Tiny Tina's Wonderland (29:45). PitM on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podinthemachine PitM in Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pod_in_the_machine/ PitM on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/PodInTheMachine Sam on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/SamHaleYeah Sam on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/samhaleyeah Del on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DWtheDelano Del on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/DWtheDelano Show page: https://www.podinthemachine.libsyn.com Music courtesy of: Accidental Skwugg by RoccoW Link: https://roccow.bandcamp.com/track/accidental-skwugg License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Shortened from original Lobby Time by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3986-lobby-time License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Shortened from original
Alice merits two statues in the park, and the caterpillar gets a make-over!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/pulseoftheplanet. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome ladies, germs, and people of all genders! Join Taylor & Curtis as we begin our journey cataloguing our favorite 2021 films! We know there have been a few big tentpole releases (and a few to come!) so we wanted to cover a few underappreciated gems from this year – and most of them are actual movies as opposed to documentaries! Wow! Can Curtis and Taylor overcome their Jacksonville football-fueled depression? Does Curtis break the rules of the episode almost immediately? How many beers do we need to drink to focus on horror movies and forget our terribly depressing but beloved football team? Listen and find out! Please connect with us on Twitter: @ahhreelfilms or Instagram: @ahhrealfilms, or drop us a line to let us know how we're doing, or to suggest a future topic or film to discuss: email@example.com. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe! You can also now find us both on Letterboxd! Follow us on our horror journey and occasional forays into romcoms (because let's be real). Taylor: @happydeathtay Curtis: @let5groove2nit3 Films Covered: Till Death (2021), Willie's Wonderland (2021), Saint Maud (2021), Queen of Black Magic (2021), The Night House (2021), In Search of Darkness Part II (2021), Amusement Park (2021), Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995), Candyman (2021)
On this episode of Book Cheat Dave has read 'Alice's Adventures In Wonderland. Hearing all about Lewis Carroll's children's classic is Matt Stewart and Michael Hing.Support Book Cheat on Patreon: www.patreon.com/DoGoOnPodSuggest a book for Dave to cheat: https://goo.gl/jxMdiW To get in contact, email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the show via the links below:Twitter: @BookCheatPodInstagram: @BookCheatPodFacebook: @BookCheatPodListen to Dave's other podcast Do Go On: dogoonpod.comListen to Matt on Prime Mates:https://play.acast.com/s/prime-mates/ Listen to Michael Hing on Free To A Good Home:http://freetoagoodhomepodcast.com/ Listen to Michael Hing on Dragon Friends:https://thedragonfriends.com/ Watch Michael's new show "Celebrity Letters And Numbers" on SBS 7:30pm Saturday 2 October on SBS. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode of Random Encounter, Abe takes two trips to Eastern Europe for the reviews of Black Book and Chernobylite, Pete takes a trip back in time to experience the glories (???) of the 3DO, and Jono ends his trip and is finally back home in Toronto!Plus, let's take a look at some of the big announcements from the recent PlayStation presentation! Will the KotOR Remake still be an RPG? Will Tiny Tina's Wonderlands be a turn-based RPG? Could Deathloop actually be an RPG? (No, sadly, but we're going to be playing it anyway!)Featuring: Jono Logan, Abraham Kobylanski, Pete Leavitt ; Edited by Jono LoganGet in Touch:RPGFan.comEmail us: email@example.comTwitter: @rpgfancomInstagram: @rpgfancomFacebook: rpgfancomTwitch: rpgfancomThis Episode's Related Links:Black Book ReviewChernobylite ReviewWorld FlipperKnights of the Old Republic RemakeTiny Tina's Wonderland
Movie Meltdown - Episode 561 (For our Patreon "Horror Club") This outing we discuss Let Sleeping Corpses Lie or The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue or possibly Don't Open the Window… or some sort of ‘70s zombie movie. And while we question the competency of the police, we also bring up… Mom and Dad, Evil Genius, Sands of Oblivion, homicidal infants, Jack Webb, the weird statue, Nicolas Cage, you can get heroin anywhere, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Jorge Grau, sonic radiation, George Kennedy, the shelf life of drugs, I am proud and disguised of myself, Willy's Wonderland, I'm mad about apples, Sci-Fi vs SyFy, corrupt cops, innovative ways for pest control, they are very organized for mindless creatures, melee on the football field, a metal collider on a long stick the machine, as you're being murdered… just being right, it makes parents kill their children, Cecil B. DeMille, outwitted by a hand towel and the MacGuffin baby. Spoiler Alert: Full spoilers for Let Sleeping Corpses Lie or whatever title you want to refer to it as… you have been warned. “I feel like somebody had three different scripts laying around that they never finished and just jammed them all together.”
Movie review show with Adam Sayne and Katie of the Night... Download Movie List; * Malignant * Prince of Darkness * Prisoner of the Ghostland * Wrong Turn - Remake * The Conjuring Movies * Things Heard and Seen * Southland Tales * The Witch * The Lighthouse * The Empty Man * For All Mankind * Autopsy of Jane doe * Giallo movies * Midsommer and Hereditary * Resolution * The Endless * Brand New Cherry Flavor * John and the Hole * The Field * The Hum * Katla * Gaia * Army of the Dead * Castle Freak 2020 * In the Earth * Spontaneous * The Curse of Professor Zardonicus * Doors * You cant kill David Arquette * Tomb raider * Willy's Wonderland * Butt Boy * Synchronic * Cold Skin
Acomi and Turk182 take shots at one of the "biggest known adult film stars" in history. No, not the hedgehog (that's a story even we won't discuss)! The other, non-Wonderland guy. The Nirvana Baby! Yes, the little tike from the cover of the Seattle-grunge-rock-band-that-ruled-the-airwaves-in-the-early-90s, Nirvana, album Nevermind. The adorable little monster swimming after the ideals of the world, with his potted meat filler hanging out. Now, after years of benefiting from his fame, he's now comparing himself to the Ivory Snow baby. He's accusing the members of Nirvana of being that Elon Musk favorite slur, and wants monetary compensation and his image removed from all copies of the album. He also claims that being the infamous Nirvana Baby has cost him jobs, friendships and relationships. It's clear he grew in size... well, most of him, but not intellectually. The podcast bullies spit their vitriol at the "Adult" Nirvana Baby and his frivolous lawsuit. Hang in there, Dave and Chris! We got your back! https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/slap-n-tickling-the-ivory/ #OMTWF #Acomi #Turk182 #KorovaEntertainment #Nirvanababy #IvorySnow #GreenDoor #manboy #idiocracy Follow Acomi on Twitter at @AcomiDraws and on Instagram at AcomiDraws. Follow Turk182 on Twitter at @Turk182_KE and on Instagram at Turk182_KE.
Dawn Schiller was fifteen years old in 1976, when her family moved into an apartment complex managed by 32- year-old porn star John Holmes. Holmes courted Dawn, had sex with her, and manipulated her with drugs and alcohol. Holmes physically and emotionally abused Dawn for several years while prostituting her on the streets of Hollywood, brothels and to drug dealers. After the famed Wonderland murders in 1981, they fled to Florida, where she ultimately broke free and turned him over to the police. For more than fifteen years, Dawn has been a survivor leader in the anti-trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault movements as a speaker, trainer, and author. She has worked as an associate producer and consultant on the movie “Wonderland” where she was portrayed by actress Kate Bosworth and John Holmes was played by actor Val Kilmer. Dawn taught women's studies and activism at Oregon State University and has developed national presentations titled “Our Throwaway Teens – Who Are They and How Can We Help?” and “The Faces of Trafficking—Combating Sexual Exploitation of Youth in America,” that seeks to raise awareness of the vulnerabilities of a teen who grows up in an abusive and neglected environment. She educates audiences on what a teen might be experiencing internally when targeted and groomed by a predator, how to identify a young victim in trouble, pedophile/pimp seduction techniques, the use of drugs to manipulate and trap a victim, and the multiple ways she was trafficked. She gives an inside view of what it's like to be a vulnerable, or “throwaway” teen and how we, as a community, can help. Dawn is also, the proud parent of a beautiful daughter. She earned her undergraduate degree summa cum laude in 2012 at Eastern Oregon University with honors in communication and gender studies. She served on the committee to revise the University's Sexual Harassment Policy and received the Women of Vision and Courage award from the President's Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW). After gaining a full tuition teaching fellowship from Oregon State University she will defend her Master of Arts in Women's Studies in the Spring 2016. She has served as a board member for Shelter From the Storm, has founded the non-profit E.S.T.E.A.M., (Empowering Successful Teens through Education, Awareness & Mentoring), dedicated to assisting teens that are struggling to find a safe and successful path to adulthood and developed the “Mirrors of Me” girl's art, writing and mentoring camp for at-risk and marginalized youth. Nationally, Dawn is a consultant with the U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (TTAC.) She sits on the Education Committee and is an advisory board member for the National Center of Victims of Crime out of Washington, D.C., The Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center and Voices Set Free. She is a member of the National Survivor Network (NSN) and Survivor 2 Survivor (S2S) for trafficking victims. She has represented Val Kilmer in New York for the Volvo For Life Awards in both 2006 and 2008. Most importantly, Dawn spent over six years completing her memoir, The Road Through Wonderland, detailing her journey of survival (August 2010, Medallion Press.) Nominated for the R.O.S.E. (Regaining Ones Self Esteem) award in 2007, 2008, and 2009, and the Sunshine Peace Award 2010. Dawn is an active member in her recovery program and celebrates 18 years clean and sober in 2016. Dawn shares her compelling story of abuse, trafficking and survival in her presentations and trainings to inspire and motivate communities across the United States. For information on Dawn, her book, or to have Dawn speak at your event, please contact her at Dawn@EmpowerTeens.com. AVAILABLE NOW! Autographed books: "The Road Through Wonderland" by Dawn Schiller. 10% of your purchase will be directly donated to help organize our third "Mirrors of Me" Girls Art, Writing and Mentoring Camp. 5 years ago #dawn, #holmes, #john, #road, #schiller, #surviving, #the, #through, #wonderland, #wonderland:
Lynn Harris is the CEO and founder of GOLD Comedy — the online comedy world for young women and non-binary folks who want to nerd out about comedy together. Lynn is also a creative partner to select brands, organizations and individuals, blending her experience in writing, communications, advocacy and entertainment to create strategic content that brings maximum fun to serious issues, for maximum impact. Read more about Lynn Harris. Learn more about The Passionistas Project. Full Transcript: Passionistas: Hi, and welcome to the Passionistas Project podcast, where we talk with women who are following their passions to inspire you to do the same. We're Amy and Nancy Harrington. And today we're talking with Lynn Harris, the CEO and founder of Gold Comedy, the online comedy worlds for young women and nonbinary folks who want to nerd out about comedy together, but is also a creative partner to select brands, organizations, and industry. Blending her experience in writing communications, advocacy, and entertainment to create strategic content that brings maximum fun to serious issues for maximum impact. So please welcome to the show. Lynn Harris. Lynn: Thank you. Passionistas: What's the one thing you're most passionate about? Lynn: Besides salt? I'm into salt and I'm into comedy is power. I'm passionate about a lot of things. I'm passionate about a lot of things. I think the most on-brand thing for me to say right now is comedy is power and comedy, as I'm passionate about comedy as power. And that's why it matters to me. Who's got the mic so to speak. Passionistas: So what does that mean? What, what does comedy as power mean and why is it so important who has the mic? Lynn: It's certainly at an individual level and to the cultural level. When you make people laugh, you make people listen. And comedy really has been, as you know, at this sort of level of joke and at the level of industry and at the level of culture has really been defined by a kind of a small narrow group of people since the beginning, which is. Because if you think about it, comedy, everyone thinks of comedy as this outsider, art that you get into comedy. Cause like the underdog and you're punching up at power. And why are white dudes running the whole thing? It makes no sense. I'm working to try to change that. How are you changing? The more women do comedy. The more women define comedy. And that's true, not just for women, but for anybody who is not a straight white dude, many of whom are very funny, but I think that comedy will be funnier if it is defined by more types of voices. And if comedy is funnier, the world's a better place, honestly. Not just because laughter is the best medicine, which it's like the second best the COVID vaccine is the best, but also because comedy affirms connections. When you laugh at a joke, that means you get the joke. And when you get the joke, that means you're in on something you like, you got the reference, you follow the comic on there. On their bait and switch. And a lot of people say that, you know, that's, that's the reason that comedy brings people together. I'm not super convinced that it does because for better and for worse, I think it's sort of affirms who we are. Not that it doesn't have something to teach us, which I can circle back to, but I think, you know, comedy does affirm who we are and what we think is funny and, uh, what we think is important. And it can also change that to some degree it can, um, cause as comedy, you know, comedy kind of is sort of a fun house mirror for color. And what we're allowed to laugh at can change for better and for worse, usually for better the arc of a let's see, how can I destroy that? Quote, the, you know, the arc of, of comedy? What is it? They have bends toward justice, right? As things become okay to say not okay to say, I think that's a, both a driver and a reflection of culture evolving, and that's why it's important to have. For a lot of us to be in charge of how that culture is evolving. Passionistas: So let's take this back. Tell us a little bit about your childhood and when was the first time you remember that you were funny? Lynn: Okay. This is so dumb, but I remember I was, I don't know, six, seven, I don't know. And my mother was kind of the kind of person who, like, if you sneezed, she would be like, what's wrong. And I remember I was little five or six whenever and she said, Are you and she heard me cough, or like I said something, I don't know what, and she said, are you okay? You're a little horse. And I said, no, I'm not. I'm a little, child's obviously my parents thought that was side splitting and I got a big laugh and I was like, oh, I can let them getting last as fun. That's the first one. I remember, by the way I moved away from puns. Another time they were building. They were building like a new bath or renovating our bathroom, the house I grew up in. And so there was like the frame for a closet, but there was nothing in it yet. It was just like, the space was defined. And so I went into the closet and I said, look, it's a Lynn in closet. That's where it all began. Folks Passionistas: Was humor, always a part of your household? Like where your parents funny? Lynn: Yeah. My parents are funny, white parents in very different ways. And they also, but in very different ways, but they definitely both of their families or also super funny in very different ways. But at the end of the day, they really just, they just, they liked a good joke. They just really liked a good joke. A funny movie, funny TV show. It was, there was, it was definitely. But like a high-value currency. Passionistas: What sparked your interest in comedy? And did you immediately want to pursue a career in it? Lynn: Maybe the career part came when I was a little older and wanted to find ways to upset my parents as opposed to delight them. But I just, I always just gravitated toward, I never defined or pursued a career in a certain kind of comedy, a certain kind of. Like my, I did stand up for a long time, but my goal in doing standup was to do stand up. So I didn't, which is nice because it kind of took the pressure off. I worked at it, but I didn't, I didn't attach not that this is a bad thing, by the way, this is a completely legitimate and great thing. My goal at the time, wasn't to like, get on a show or get to, or, you know, get an agent and move to LA or whatever it was. So either it just means I had, I was just content or just that I was really not at all. I just really liked standup. I just like it as an art form. I just, I just like it. I never attached it to a next level dream. And then I just kind of stopped doing it when I just got tired when I just couldn't stay up past 10 anymore. Basically I used to host shows that started at 10 and now I'm, I don't know. And I'm not a napper, so I don't, I just powered through, I just always gravitated toward basically like the wacky red head, not the lead, but the leads weird from. Like the Janeane Garofalo character in the truth about cats and dogs, not to directly compare myself to her majesty, but, um, Jimmy grew up a little, but, um, but that idea was always my jam, I think in high school. I went to, I had a pretty good experience overall, but I went to a very preppy high school and I had very preppy. They were very nice, but very preppy classmates who were sort of all tall and live and blonde. Um, none of which describes me. And they could like burst into lacrosse the way that I like the fame kids burst into song. And so it just wasn't, I wasn't like miserable. It just was not, that was the central culture and I was not in that. And so I think I defined myself against it even harder by being like the theater kid played the goofy roles. That was just, I think it, I probably would have been that anyway, but I think I probably kind of defined myself against the lacrosse team. And now. When I was in high school, um, I went on a ski trip. It was like a Jewish youth group ski trip up to this winter Wonderland. Um, that was called every year. It's still going on, still going on. This is the eighties it's still happening. And we all went up to Manchester, New Hampshire to ski and do other stuff for the weekend. And on the Saturday night, um, a bunch of dudes. Somehow got ahold of like some grapefruits and some borrowed nightgowns and went and did this completely made up impromptu improvise, drag skit in the social hall that brought the house down. And my, it was sloppy. It was made up. It was, there's nothing inherently funny about dudes dressing as women, but it brought the house down and I, my first thought was okay, what are the girls going to do? And my next thought was. Because I knew even then that wit girls would not be received the same way we could not be equally slept. And, and bring the house down. Not because we're not funny, but because that's not the way people view women as funny, or, you know, it's just women don't have that kind of audience. Um, we didn't in the end, we maybe more now, definitely not back then. And so, like I just kind of, you know, my my third thought, you know, my first thought was, what are we doing second thought? And my third thought was. And so we didn't, I didn't say con let's come on, Debbie and Jenny let's go. So I didn't say anything. And, um, I don't regret that because I think my instincts were correct, but I was bummed out out of, I was bummed out about it for years and I, that really, really stuck with me. It really, really stuck with me. I had this real sense that. That was not cool and not fair. And, uh, something would have to change. Uh, and so I I'm, who knows, but that may be, oh, and fun fact, one of those dudes may or may not have been Adam Sandler who was there. So, um, I, as a civilian, it was his high school. So I have Adam Sandler to thank for Gold Comedy. And what I'm doing now is. Passionistas: So that was high school. Where did you go to college? And, and what did you decide to focus on when you were in college? Lynn: I went to, as we all like to say, I went to college in new Haven and, and very much enjoyed the pizza by the way, in new Haven, as the New York pizza snob, I will say that navens even better. So yeah, I went to, so I went to college at Frank Pepys and. I did there wasn't any, there was improv. This is, this is the eighties. There was improv. I believe there was maybe a sketch group, but there was no awareness. There's no standup. Like now I hear they have stand up groups and I'll get back to that, but I didn't do it. So I didn't do like straight up comedy in college. What I did do was I was in an acapella singing group once again, continuing on my nerd track. And I became, I was, I am not a great singer. What came naturally for me was doing the, like the shtick in between the songs. And so I became the ringleader of those things and that's where I kind of scratch the scratch to the comedy itch. What did you do after college? Did you pursue a career in comedy or did you do some. I was always drawn to being a writer. That was always just what I was. I never decided that was what I was going to do. I just kind of knew that I was going to do something where I had to write. And I just had this tractor beam of wanting to be some form of writer, not in the way that, like I thought about it. I didn't think about it. I w I didn't like journal about what dreaming of being a writer. And I didn't watch movies about thoughtful writers that I didn't, I just do it. And so after college, so I did a lot of journalism in college. And after college, that's really where I focused in terms of it didn't occur to me. I could really make money as doing comedy. I loved theater and I was always, I loved being on stage, but I knew that I didn't have the gumption or that Moxie or the, I just didn't think I wanted to go to LA and compete with anybody. In that world. And I just didn't see myself as really an actor. I saw myself as more of a I cam then, or just a wise ass than a serious actor. So I didn't really occur to me to head to the head, to the, to Hollywood or even New York for a few years. I went back to Boston for a little while and then, but I started doing, I started taking stand-up classes when I lived in Boston, when I lived. Laundry distance from home. Basically, I actually sort of freelancing as a journalist and I took a stand up class and I also had a day job. My dad is a retired MIT professor. He, my dad's actually a very famous phenologist, which means that about seven people know who he is and that he's a heartbeat away from Noam Chomsky, which made me very popular. And I did. I had an office job at MIT that I'm sure was pure nepotism. So I called myself the rejectionist. So I sat at a desk and told students that they had the wrong forms. And, but then more and more as I was able to get paid more and more for journalism, I phased out. My night job became my day job. And then I also did, started doing standup in Boston and Cambridge. Passionistas: Tell us about your work as a journalist. Because I, uh, we saw that you like wrote like the first national mainstream article about dating violence and what kind of, uh, topics were you writing about and what drew you to those topics? Lynn: That is a true story about you. Remember, you know, Parade Magazine, they insert. Frankly, if you want to get an issue out there, I think it has the pattern or had I'm going to get this wrong, but either the first or first, second, or third largest circulation of anything. And so I, I did make a choice back then based on two things, I always cared a lot about various social justice issues. Influenced by my parents, especially my mom. And especially I, I wound up carrying the most about gender, gender justice, and related, um, you know, feminist stuff back then, we were not as nuanced about what we meant by gender justice. It was, it was much more narrow focus on, on women's rights and probably white women's rights. I'm sure. But, you know, I thank my mom for, you know, making, being a feminist, not rebellion. So I, I gravitated toward social issues. Social justice issues, especially I was always really interested in how pop culture reflects or shapes culture. As before. When I was talking about comedy, I was, I've always been interested in that in any culture, in any forum when Ellen came out. And culture had led it to be okay for that to happen. But then when she did it, it also changed culture. Like it's back and forth. And I just cared about it mainly because I really love television. And, and in all seriousness, I do think, I think it matters. And it was always, there was always some combination of what gets me out of bed in the morning is social justice. And what keeps me up at night is till. Burning the candle at both ends. And so at that somehow first, it just kind of happened. But then I evolved into making a real choice about choosing to write for the most mainstream possible publications about issues that would kind of push them a little bit, push things a little bit, maybe not push the publication, but push people a little bit. And, um, and even if I had to do a little bit more, more like both sides or whatever, To appear balanced or whatever. And maybe I wouldn't write it quite the same way as aggressively as I would write it for, um, uh, you know, a real, like a lefty. We didn't have blogs then, but blog, I made the choice also financial, you know, because they paid more to, I'm not, I wasn't that noble to write for. Um, I kind of got lucky with Parade, but, um, no. Okay. I worked hard on that, but I wound up gravitating toward women's magazines also, which were. Terrible in many ways, but way more feminist than people ever thought. I'm way more aware, like anyone who didn't think Cosmo was performance art and God, I just, nobody should have any, should waste any time being angry at Cosmo it's it was, I just don't. I never understood that. And so I wrote a lot for Glamor and Glamor was way ahead of a lot of those. They went back and forth a little bit after. With Whitney, but under Ruth, they had a Glamor had this column about all the female senators, all of them, the definitive legions, a female senators that reported on exactly what they were doing. Exactly what they were. And weren't doing for Glamour readers. You're not gonna find that elsewhere. Um, no one else has wrote about the women's senators. Nobody cared and. And so in Glamour, would you way back then would write about abortion and all those things. And sure. Their audience was huge and included people who were anti-abortion, but I, but then when I got to write about it, I wasn't preaching to the choir necessarily, and you can humanize the issue and you can really actually change hearts and minds a little. And so I that's what I, that's what I gravitated toward. And I was able to eventually. I worked so hard at writing for so many different types of publications. I wrote for a sewing newsletter. I wrote for obviously Glamour tons of different publications each with their own style. And the most important thing I learned was aside from feeling that I was, in some cases, doing something important, the most important, important skill I learned was to be able to write in the publications voice and not be fancy about that. Cause I wasn't ready to express myself. I was running cause I liked writing and it was, I mean, I just, wasn't all precious about that. I, it was a fun game to be like, okay, how do I write about this thing in that voice? And how do I channel that voice? It's really, it's interesting. It's a project. It's a puzzle. It's not. Like, that's what you do in your journey. For those of you watching the podcast, I'm miming, I'm listening to the podcast, I'm miming some sort of like, kind of BS self-expression, but like you wouldn't have to deliver a product and it's, it's fun only after you learn how to do that. Do you really get to a place? I think where you then get you get assignments from people who are asking you to write in your voice. Um, so that eventually after I worked and worked and worked for years and years and wrote. Uh, probably thousands of articles. I can't even remember. Then I was able to do things like for Salon and other publications where they'd be like, no, please, you do you. And, and, and really have my own voice. I had a bunch of different columns in my ear that were supposed to be Edward a column for the DailyToominNews. Like things that we're supposed to be sound like me, not sound like them, but that is not where you start. And, and, and, and it's, it's so much the better, you know, the better for it. It's like TV, it's like TV. Our usual friend, Amy Toomin Strauss was, um, is teaching for Gold Comedy now. We were talking to her about what to teach and when, or what are the different things that she could teach. And, and, you know, I do sort of hear and feel out there that everyone's like, well, I've got a great idea for a show, um, because, because rightly things have been, so, um, the platforms have been so democratized now that like, sure you could do, you, you could write your, you know, put your show on YouTube and maybe. You know, maybe it'll get picked up or maybe, you know, that it's not that that doesn't happen now, but Amy's point was. Yeah, but I don't want to teach how to write your own show. First. I want to teach how to write someone else's show and it's the same thing. Learning how it show you needing to be able to show a show runner that you understand, obviously the basics that apply anywhere and everywhere, but also how to write for that show, how to channel those characters, those voices, those situations. How to replicate that world. And so it's definitely analog that I really learned in journalism. I've learning how to write the other stuff first. Then you get to do your own thing. It works the same way on stand up. I'm not that you should go around telling other people's jokes or writing other people's jokes for them. It doesn't really start that way unless you're Ava on PACS, which we love. And she didn't start that way either. But anyway, 2, 0 1 almost comedians. I know. Or people who either teach or mentor comedians always say, find the comedians that you like and learn them, know them, live them, and even go ahead and do the exercise of writing jokes. Like there's obviously you can't go and do that and get paid for that. Or, or, you know, there's a point past which that's stealing, but just that the imitation. The imitation and the practice and the imitation and the practice is really helpful. And it helps you learn how any joke works. Passionistas: We're Amy and Nancy Harrington, and you're listening to the Passionistas Project Podcast and our interview with Lynn Harris. If you're a young woman or identify as nonbinary and want to turn your sense of humor into your superpower, visit GoldComedy.com. If you're enjoying this interview and would like to help us to continue creating inspiring content, please consider becoming a patron by visiting ThePassionistasProject.com/podcast and clicking on the Patron button. Even $1 a month can help us continue our mission of inspiring women to follow their passions. Now here's more of our interview with Lynn. So in 1997, you found your own voice and you created Breakup Girl. Lynn: Co-created. Passionistas: Co-created. Yes. So tell us about that character in the show and how it expanded as time and technology. Lynn: I co-created a Breakup Girl with Chris Cobb. So, so in '97 it was much, much easier to get a book contract. You didn't have to already have a blue check mark. You didn't already have to have a sub stack or whatever, like you, if you had an, you really just had to have a good idea. Seriously. I had an idea about writing a humor book about surviving a breakup and. I went to bat to have Chris who's a brilliant illustrator. And we had collaborated before I went to bat to have Chris have us be a package deal. It'd be the designer and illustrator of the book, which also would never happen now. So we actually, literally, we actually realized we were roommates in a different block and you were sitting there figuring out all the real estate and what we had written and what he had designed. And we realized we had like a few more, like we had like. You know, 16 more pages to fill in. We were like, ah, and then Chris was like, you know, I was just kind of thinking that we, that, I don't know if there should be like a superhero character. And I was like, oh my God, we should've done that from the beginning. And so we created this, it was originally Chris's idea. But, but from that moment, we collaborated and came up with the idea of this, the superhero who helps people with romantic emergencies. We have superheroes who can bend steel bars, but how about one that it can mend broken heart? And so that we invented this kind of classic, like kind of a winking version of a classic superhero who had like a utility Fanny pack. And who's really, but actually really smart and thoughtful character who had her own problems, but was able to help others. And so we added her origin story and all this other stuff in the book and added her as this voice and presence in the book. And then the book did. Okay. But then people were like, what? I liked that character. And so in actually that was in '91, whatever '96, I don't remember '96. And then in '97, Chris was like, there's this thing that mostly NASA uses, but it's called the worldwide web. And I think it would be super fun to make a page on the worldwide web about. And so we created a website in '97. That was literally an overnight success because no one else was doing anything remotely like it. And we just did it. We did the thing that does not happen now, which is we built it and they came and it hasn't happened yet. But the advice column, I decided to write an advice column. It got super popular. I think it was, you know, Chris's artwork is amazing, but I do think that, um, and this goes back to the idea of the intersection of pop culture and social change, what we were doing that was different. And this was intentional. We kind of wandered into this enterprise, but the part, once we kind of get our bearings, um, the part that was intentional was that it was not going to be a female superhero talking to women about related. Because that's stupid and it's reductive and in the world, at least of like binary, heterosexual people, half the people in relationships are dudes. So like, why is it thought of as like this lady thing that's so stupid. And, and we kept coming up against that because then people would assume that because Breakup Girl was female, because we were talking about relationships that it was a site for women. And it never was never, not even, it never was. We just, we made it it's about relationships and we wanted to change. This was, we were like intentional about this. We wanted to change the way people thought and talked about relationships. So from the very beginning, the letters that we would get online, we're not even close to all from women. So many from dudes. And we had no letters from people that we have different words for. Now, people would say, do your breakup girl, I'm a secret. Cross-dresser my wife doesn't have. And all these things that we talk to gay people and straight people, a trans people at all these things that no one else was doing, not because we were like brilliant, but because we, there was intentional that we really did think it was dumb that, that only half the people in relationships were talking about relationships or had a place to talk about relationships. I think that plus the combination of humor, she had a really specific style of nerdy, superhero comic book humor that people felt comfortable with. And was nice to everybody. It got really big. And then the property. Got we got acquired by Oxygen and, um, in a really kind of great deal because they hired us. They didn't buy it away from us. They ha they bought us with it. So we got hired to create it for Oxygen on an even bigger platform. Um, and that all went straight to hell a while ago, awhile, awhile later, but that's a story for a less jaunty podcast, but, but out now we actually are. We're playing around with it with a new version. A lot of the stuff that she talks and talked about is, is eternal. But a lot of it is like, we talked about like computer dating. Um, and so, you know, some of that stuff has to be updated. Passionistas: You have so many things that we could talk to you about, but let's focus a little bit on Gold Comedy. When and why did you start. Lynn: Well, that part goes kind of goes back to Adam Sandler and wanting to, and also having them stand up myself. And I didn't have a lot of people have a lot of women who worked a lot harder at it than I did and did a lot more of it than I did have much worse stories about, about everything from just garden variety, sexism to outright horrific. And not just the harassment itself, but would it having a law? I didn't really get into the whole world where I, that many other women did, where you have to actually make choices about jobs that you don't take and jobs that aren't even offered to you because they're cause you don't, you can't work with that guy or because that guy already has a woman or whatever. So even my mild experiences were exhausting and outrageous and. All paths lead to this idea of making sure that women, especially young women and anyone else outside the comedy norm, which is often a way to name norm had access to the fun of comedy and the power of comedy. And it matters. It matters because women are people and it matters because comedy is a job and it ma it matters because comedy is power. I just had this idea of how much better would the world be if we had an even broader idea of who's funny or, or who makes us think, or who helps us process that, that day's crazy news. And I thought, what if I just start building the farm? And so now it's gone through various forms in reality, and in my mind, but now what we have is the only, and this was by the way, just, we, I was envisioning this online long before anyone knew about any kind of COVID or a pandemic, because part of the vision for me was, first of all, nobody wants to, I don't recommend starting a brick and mortar place in New York City because it's. But also, I wanted to find the funny young people and not even young people who don't live in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, LA, Toronto, where can we find the Carrie Underwood of comedy? Let's like if they can Zoom in from Dakota and they're funny then. Great. So I always had this idea of creating an online school and community and online place of learning and social interaction, where, where you could find your comedy crew no matter where you live and get the learning and collaboration and interactivity interaction and helping each other out that I did get from my crew in New York and many people do, but it's hard to find. And again, what if you don't live in New York or what if you're not old enough to go to club? We opened again, went through lots of different ideas and permutations, but we opened our current members member, only members only club last fall. And so we now have this amazing online platform, which is powered by a company called mighty networks. Basically they built the bones of the app and we just bring our people in our stuff. And we have a place where. Women and young women and non binary folks come to, let's see Mondays, we have open mics with feedback. Like they're the nicest open mics in the world. Plus you get feedback from me and other and your peers Tuesdays and Thursdays usually are when we have our courses right now, we're in the middle of the standup course. We just finished improv. We posted on storytelling and sketch, which yes, you can do all of this online. Wednesdays, every Wednesday we have a Q and A with a comedy pro or celebrity. Writers who have toilet in the trenches whose names you don't know, but who shows, you know, to, uh, Rachel Dratch and Bloom, Ashley Nicole Black from A Black Lady Sketch Show, like an amazing range of people. And you just show up in the Zoom and ask them like you totally just fan girl out and ask them questions. We have monthly shows that are open to the public. We pay our own comics for. For performing because it's work and you want to set that tone set that precedent. We just did a pride show, which is amazing with Murray Hill and Sydney Washington. And so we basically just create the experiences that, that, that young or new, or not even new medium. We have a lot of comedians in the gang who have been doing comedy for a little while, but still want to find the people in the place to really nerd out and really like level up as fast as they can. And we have folks. I think our youngest is an eighth grade with a couple of eighth grade and then all the way up to people Myers. And then we just. Uh, a course that's outside the member's club. So like we had, so you get all that with a subscription, it's all inclusive with a subscription. Then we have a one-off course that we call gold label, which is being taught by your friend and mine, Amy Toomin Strauss, who is the one who wrote The One With the Embryos, um, on Friends. And she's teaching in a three series on about TV writing, con TV, comedy writing, and that's open to people inside and outside of the. It's really the place. It's the place to find your way to level up your work and find your crew. And it's great if you, you know, there's a lot of like improv for T-Mobile. And stuff like that, which is great. But we really present comedy as a path to comedy it's comedy for comedy. However, there are many people, we also attract a lot of people who may or may not want to be professional comedians in whatever capacity, standup writers, whatever, but who know that comedy skills are life skills and they like comedy. So they're like, well, that's perfect. I can learn to be, I can use this thing. I love. To learn how to, you know, write better sink faster, listen, better, get out of my head. Um, stop self-editing react more quickly. Um, all those things are, things are things you can do. And, you know, find your voice, which is, which sounds abstract and woo, but it's a thing. Um, understand your what's, your unique take on things. You can do all that. So we have a real mix of people. It's sort of varying levels of intensity around their comedy career goals, but there's room for everybody. Passionistas: How does the average person get involved? How do people become a part. Lynn: Funny, you should ask. Um, all you need to do is visit our website, which has a lot of free resources on it. Also, I believe that the, uh, irritating term for that is freemium. If lots of articles and, you know, useful, actionable snackable, actionable resources to, to help you just kind of learn. Basics of joke writing and you know how to make your PowerPoint funnier without being a group without being too much of a dork. So there's just a ton of ton of free resources. And then if, um, if folks are interested in joining what we call the, the club, the Gold Comedy club, um, Click right through from our website to there and learn more about that, frankly, the price is amazing. Um, and frankly, it's going to go up. Um, so one of these days, so, so it's $299. 99 a year for all of that stuff. Anything we do in the club, you get any course, um, any, all of our self-paced, we have a ton of one-off classes that are just an hour. With, you know, a writer from James Corden talking about topical jokes, you know, um, you could just nerd out without, and just inhale all of that stuff. You can take our, um, our lives, you know, live on Zoom classes, all those things. So that's all with that one price. Um, so, and then we, we, we record and archive everything that we do. So you also have active. That's why eventually the price is going to go up because our, our resource libraries is getting bigger literally every week. So, um, it's really, really fun. And the. As much as I'm proud of all the resources and I'm happy to like drop all the names of the famous people who have, you know, who swing by and answer questions. And I'm happy to talk about the quality of the, of the instruction and all that stuff. Really. The thing is the community, really the thing. And because you all these people who have literally never met, unless it's their friend that they brought in, um, are like this incredibly supportive. Like cheering section for each other and people will post like stuff they're working on and get feedback. Um, people will come to other classes, final shows just to cheer the others on. Um, people really have there's. We have a lot of 1, 2, 3, few people who have now done open mikes for the first time, because they felt, you know, got those skills and the confidence from us. And, um, and then, and now like people are going now that we can do this. People who live in the same city are like starting to go see the other people in your life. And it's a whole thing. So it's really, um, just it's that kind of, you know, safe, supportive ad-free, um, welcoming place that you can't, you can get. And, and most comedians say like the most important thing is to find your crews. You can do that, but this is. This is not, instead of, if you start doing comedy in some city and you meet your friends, it's not instead of that, but this is, this one is going to be there for you wherever you are, um, and all the time and it's on your phone. Um, so, uh, yeah, it's really, that's the most moving thing that I've seen. It was my goal. So I'm not surprised, but I'm delighted that it really has turned out that way. Passionistas: Listening to the Passionistas Project Podcast and our interview with Lynn Harris. If you're a young woman or identify as nonbinary and want to turn your sense of humor into your superpower, visit GoldComedy.com. Please visit ThePassionistasProject.com to learn more about our podcast and subscription box filled with products made by women owned businesses and female artisans. To inspire you to follow your path. Use the code FALLMYSTERY to get a free mystery box with a one-year subscription. 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This week's episode is the second half of our conversation from last week's episode, and concerns the “Swan and the Inspector” chapter. Genette takes Swan on his investigation of the strange goings-on throughout the solar system, visiting several asteroids including Yggdrasil and Inner Mongolia using the Interplan starship Swift Justice. The possibility of a conspiracy or some kind of concerted plan that potentially links Alex's death, the destruction of Terminator, the even on Io, and the catastrophe on Yggdrasil, all involving strange qube behavior, starts to materialize for Genette. Matt and Hilary have a long discussion about the nature of conspiracy, its possibilities and limitations as a conceptual apparatus for understanding the operation of power. While conspiracies are useful in illuminating certain aspects of the way power functions, they also contain the temptation for the analyst or investigator to throw up their hands and resign oneself to a kind of existential lack of agency. In this way, conspiratorial thinking can lead one to the conclusion that “the fix is in,” which appears as the flip side of an equally irrational faith that “the system works.” One way or another, the subject is allowed to be content in their powerlessness and merely a spectator of history rather than an active participant. We talk about the nature of “evil,” the servile will, the concept of post-scarcity, and the problem of the concept of “human nature.” We think about Swan and Genette's interaction with regard to their social roles, i.e., artist and cop (is Genette a cop?), before descending to the uncanny valley and watching Swan in Wonderland beat up three people claiming to be qubes with human bodies. How rude! Thanks for listening! Email us at email@example.com Follow us on Twitter @podcastonmars Leave us a voicemail on the Anchor.fm app Rate and review us on iTunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts! Music by Spirit of Space --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/marooned-on-mars/message
1. Where'd You Come Up (6:24) 2. First Big Break (7:11) 3. Life Of Ryan (9:37) 4. Wonderland (11:36) 5. Riding For Alex (13:30) 6. Leaving 917 (17:00) 7. Safest To The Sketchiest (20:36) 8. The King Of Copenhagen (24:31) 9. Nik Stain Story (26:16) 10. On The Site With The Boys (26:35) 11. Coming In Hot (30:20) 12. DJing Copenhagen Fashion Week (34:59) 13. Japan Date (55:28) 14. BTS Wallride (37:44) 15. What's Next? (42:16) 16. Rapid Fire W/ Da Ghost (48:04) 17. Post Office (58:05) 18. The Rundown (1:14:16)
While we take a labor day break, we're traveling back down the yellow brick road to the very first episode of ABC Story Sisters! Join us as we revisit the beginning of our podcasting adventure, then catch up on all of the episodes from Season One: The Wizard of Oz and Season Two: Alice in Wonderland! Stick around after today's episode for a special bonus interview with our friends and fellow Oz podcasters, Tara and Em Kay from Down the Yellow Brick Pod. We'll A-B-C you next week in Wonderland, for the Mad Tea Party! Follow us on Instagram at @abcstorysisters for more fun and behind the scenes content!