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7 minutes ago
That cold open killed me, instant like. The sound mixing and SFX work are v-pleasing, Zac, I have so much to learn! Love the player and GM intros, it was nice learning a little bit about all of you before the game started. James, your narrations, scene-setting, and voices are delicious. Everyone's characters are so rad.
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The wonderball machine is great, and the musical riffs each character now has to access it are awesome. I love Strumlotts more the more I see of it!
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19 minutes ago
It’s no secret that the current pandemic has put a lot of stress on the non-profit sector in India. Over 50% of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are under severe financial stress and struggling to deliver in a time of social distancing. So where does philanthropy or large scale giving, come in? In this critical podcast on the “Changing Role of Philanthropy in India”, Anant Bhagwati, Director,Dasra argues that philanthropy has a greater duty now to think, longer term and strategically.  In this conversation based on nearly 10 years of working on #indiaphilanthropyreport a collaborative project between Bain & Company and Dasra, Anant spells out 3 key things for philanthropists; beginning with raising their game to play the role of a coach and not just give money…For more listen to the podcast and tell us what you think: shivraj@brevis.in. Rate and Review – Android - https://tinyurl.com/yc3qfhcb or Apple - tinyurl.com/v8euj6z Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShivrajParshad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrevityinourDNA/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/16321692/ YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/y7uo9fcvSpotify – tinyurl.com/y766k958 Apple Podcasts – tinyurl.com/v8euj6z TuneIn - tinyurl.com/y86pv3so iHeart Radio - https://tinyurl.com/yay4kqpa Listen Notes - https://tinyurl.com/y7d6sj9e Podchaser - https://tinyurl.com/yc3qfhcb Soundcloud - https://tinyurl.com/y9vao8ya
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30 minutes ago
I look forward each week to hear Letters From Home. Such an inspiration to learn what others have had to deal with and realize how the Lord has blessed us all.
Letters From HomeThanks Paula, I am so glad you are enjoying the episodes 😊🎙
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about 4 hours ago
Kwame’s getting out, White Boy Rick’s getting out, COVID-19 parties, Lance Armstrong’s still lying, Aaron Judge’s girlfriend wants the cops to know she’s his girlfriend, 100 Greatest Debut songs, and BranDon had to call 911. Remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice this Memorial Day. BranDon had a fun-filled weekend capped off with a 911 call to his home. Kwame Kilpatrick is getting out of prison 20 years early. He joins Michael Avenatti, Tekashi69, Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen and a slew of other prisons given the gift of Coronavirus. White Boy Rick gets a whopping 3 months shaved off his sentence after spending a ludicrous amount of time behind bars. Aaron Judge’s girlfriend tried to name-drop her dong after a DUI arrest in Arizona. New video has emerged trying to show Ahmaud Arbery in an unflattering light. The man who filmed the shooting has been arrested for murder as well. No Michigan football until Michigan gets their students are back on campus, but what if those students are the athletes? The NBA thinks they are coming back soon. The NHL is returning with a super-sized playoff for some reason. Marc is watching soccer. Tom Mazawey claims he is not ghosting the show, he just doesn’t take his cell phone out with him when he leaves the house. The Hawaii Instagram police busted a “hot chick” posted selfies of herself on the beach when she was supposed to be quarantining. Wanna party? Lake of the Ozarks, Daytona Beach, and Arkansas are ready to go! Jason Momoa is in Ferndale and stealing all the attention away from the Red Shovel Network. Who’s renting cars right now? Apparently no one is from Hertz. BTW- Wanna Hertz Donut? Drew dived into a documentary on Todd ‘Z-Man’ Zalkins and Bradley Nowell from Sublime. Jeffrey Epstein’s doc is coming out this week as only 130 people claim to be his children. We roll through Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 Greatest Debut Singles of All Time. Manscaped brings you a new Bonerline today! Donald Trump had a Twitter meltdown over the weekend and now he’s threatening to move the Republican Convention. Joe Biden knows whether you are black or not. The dams in Michigan are totally being watched over and taken care of so relax. Everyone’s bolting NYC due to Coronavirus and those that are staying aren’t paying rent. People are also squatting in The Hamptons since there’s a non-eviction order. The Charlotte and Daddy Podcast is in jeopardy as the host is looking to fire her father. Some people feel college is a farce. Either way some big changes are coming to Universities. Brian May hurt his buttocks and then had a heart attack. Get well soon, Brian. Azealia Banks claims she nailed Dave Chappelle. She also teaches us about something called Doja Cat. Ayesha Curry looks hot now, so check out her body but don’t bring up her body comments from years ago. Ronan Farrow is no longer on top of the reporting world. Claims are out there that he’s tried to kill stories on his family. Lance Armstrong might be trying to rehab his image with the new 30 for 30 on ESPN called Lance, but it starts with a story that is most likely another lie. It’s hot outside. We went from low 50s to high 80s. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
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38 minutes ago
A study of the world view of the Ancient Near East, the period of Antiquity and how the scriptures were understood in the mind of ancient people.
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A study of the world view of the Ancient Near East, the period of Antiquity and how the scriptures were understood in the mind of ancient people.
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about 1 hour ago
Caitlin Roper is a feminist activist, writer and PhD candidate. She is also campaigns manager for Collective Shout: for a world free of sexploitation, a grassroots campaigning movement challenging the objectification of women and the sexualisation of girls in media, advertising and popular culture.
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about 1 hour ago
We are covering our Aerosmith Top 10 favorite songs from '73 - '79. We get into some of the bands history, our history with the band, and what they meant to us growing up. Since Sonny is not a huge Aerosmith fan, I have enlisted the help of special guest and life long Aerosmith fans Phil Shouse from Accept, The Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley Bands, along with fellow podcaster and host of Damn Good Movie Memories, Brian Davis. WE NEED YOUR HELP!! It’s quick, easy, and free - Please consider doing one or all of the following to help grow our audience: Connect with us  Email us growinuprock@gmail.com Like and Follow Us on FaceBook Follow Us on Twitter Leave Us A Review On Podchaser Join The Growin’ Up Rock Loud Minority Facebook Group Do You Spotify? Then Follow us and Give Our Playlist a listen. We update it regularly with kick ass rock n roll Spotify Playlist Buy and Support Music From The Artist We Discuss On This Episode Phil Shouse Mutt Merch. Brian Davis and Damn Good Movie Memories Growin’ Up Rock Amazon Store Music in this Episode Provided by the Following: Aerosmith, Quarterflash Crank It Up New Music Spotlight Bonfire - Rock n Roll Survivors - From The Album "Fistful Of Fire If you dig what you are hearing, go pick up the album or some merch., and support these artists. A Special THANK YOU to Restrayned for the Killer Show Intro and transition music!! Restrayned Website
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about 1 hour ago
This story had potential, but the ending was highly unsatisfying.
reviewed a podcast
about 1 hour ago
'The Left Right Game' is truly an achievement in podcasting. The sound design is singularly immersive. This show tells an incredible story that often left me with goosebumps. My only criticism is that some parts of the story are unspoken which can lead to confusion. I'm hopeful that Amazon's upcoming streaming television adaptation will nicely fill in these blanks.
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about 1 hour ago
Laci Green explores noteworthy perspectives on society, human behavior, and the internet.
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