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  1. This episode, the Dukes are living it up in Las Vegas, Nevada to witness the Unrivaled Tournament Series Finals! The Dukes discuss their experience and then are joined by the host of the finals: Tabletop's Wil Wheaton! (12:29) Click here to     Twitter: @dukesofdice Facebook: /dukesofdice Dukes of Dice YouTube ChannelSubscribe on iTunes Thanks to our awesome sponsors - please give them a visit  Tasty Minstrel Games    Arcane Wonders    
  2. Tim Fowers, designer of Burgle Bros and Fugitive, discusses how to design deduction games. Fugitive is one of my favorite deduction games, and Tim’s next game, Sabotage, is also a really cool deduction game coming out later this year. The post Designing Deduction Games with Tim Fowers appeared first on Board Game Design Lab.
  3. Jon and Glen switch roles and are small plastic boys this week. Glen tried to plastic shame LEGO back in elementary school. Buy and wear this Dookie King dress you cowards. Not surprisingly, Jon and Glen were big nerds who built a lot of LEGO as kids, so they actually kind of know this one.
  4. When the bottom brick of a building block tower decides to shake things up, will their whole toy culture come crashing down? Maybe Daphnedil, the talking wildflower daffodil, can help keep the peace. We apologize for some minor sound issues this week. Mr. Eric really blew it, but he’ll do better next time!
  5. Episode 116 of the FReality Podcast. Each week we deliver the latest news in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality. This week we discuss Half Life Alyx, Oculus Link for Oculus Quest and Star Wars VR...
  6. In the 1960s a group of scientists and engineers had a vision: that one day people could put on a pair of goggles and enter a whole new world.Support this show by supporting our sponsors! Wix - Create your very own professional website today at wix.comSimplisafe - Protect your home and family today at simplisafe.com/innovations
  7. Sit down, pour a mug of hot cocoa and prepare for an annual tradition that you can pass on to your children, their children and their children and their children. It's Til Death Do Us Blart, an annual review of Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 that will continue until the end of linear time. Current hosts (who can only be freed from their hosting duties by death): Tim Batt, Guy Montgomery, Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy Music: "Vou Recomeçar," Gal Costa
  8. Thanksgiving Dinner is the most important meal of the year, but there are many degrees of difference between White Turkey Day & a Black Turkey Day. In this episode, J & A breakdown the culinary differences of the most anticipated meal of the year, and answer the question of just what exactly Asians do on Thanksgiving.Find us on Instagram: @blackandyellowpodcastAlana J. Webster: @renegadeoffunJacklyn Chung Young: @jacklynchungyoung See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
  9. Liz and Kristina dive into what it means to be successful at NaNoWriMo, and why this tool for getting your book written works for so many people.
  10. Join host Laura Turner with Movember co-founder Travis Garone and Movember's Executive Director Paul Villanti.  From two mates challenging each other to grow a better moustache to the international not-for-profit organisation that Movember is today - raising more than a billion dollars world wide in 16 years, the Movember story is remarkable and inspiring.  For more information about how to be part of Movember - head to their website www.movember.com To see videos of our guests head to the Tobin Brothers Funerals Facebook page. Great Australian Lives is produced, edited and engineered Jane Nield.
  11. Join The True Crime Enthusiast, as this week on the podcast we look back at the cases of a pair of brutal and unsolved murders from the cold cases of the UK that took place on this very night, Halloween night, many years apart…….     Contact: Facebook - The True Crime Enthusiast Twitter - @tc_enthusiast Instagram - truecrimeenthusiast Blog - truecrimeenthusiast.wordpress.com     Sources: Newcastle Evening Chronicle Article Bristol Post Article
  12. In the early morning hours of November 1, 2004, Lauren Meanza, Leslie Mazzara and Adriane Insogna were sleeping in their Napa, CA home. Lauren would be woken by the sounds of a struggle and her roommate’s screams.When she climbed the stairs, she found a horrific scene, Leslie and Adriane brutally murdered. Over the next year, Napa police, who hadn’t seen a homicide in 3 years, would interview 1300 people and take 218 DNA samples but would make no arrests; until they caught a break, the murderer would turn himself in.Tonight, we will take you through the double homicide that rocked wine country, the investigation and conviction of the man responsible for taking the lives of two promising young women and his surprising connection to them.  Music by: The Blank Tapes Join Our Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/misconductpodcast/Check Us Out Online:http://www.misconductpodcast.com/Like Our Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/misconductpodcast/Become a Patreon Supporter:https://www.patreon.com/misconductpodcastDonate:http://www.misconductpodcast.com/donate/Find Us On Apple Podcasts:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/misconduct.-true-crime-podcast/id1191380648?mt=2Find Us On Stitcher:http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/misconduct-a-true-crime-podcast?refid=stpr   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
  13. This week Will and Marc continue their irregular DreamWorks Animation coverage with 2004's elaborate lie/coming out story SHARK TALE, starring a whole bunch of famous actors whose animated counterparts look creepily like them. Is this movie anti-Italian? Is there a fish Jesus? Why are there cabs underwater? Why does Robert DeNiro have an aquarium? Plus the announcement of the Heart of Podness Movie Club (Are we joking? TBD!), our favorite puns in the movie, and the fresh Wegtent we know you all love. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Next week: SET IT UP (now streaming on Netflix!) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/we-love-the-love/message
  14. SHAAAARKS. Leading shark researcher Dr. Chris Lowe dishes about bad shark PR, behind-the-scenes Jaws trivia, his thoughts on Sharknado, surfing safety, immune system marvels, cannibal twins, shark personalities, sea sex, and knife teeth. Alie learns that sharks are not the ocean's sociopaths but true evolutionary marvels who suffer from sensationalized reputations and sometimes inside-out butts. Listen up as a science primer during this, the holy Week of the Shark.(Note: the study of sharks can is also called elasmobranchology, a distinction which could also include skates and rays. Both -ologies are difficult to spell.)Dr. Chris Lowe's SharkLab at Cal State University Long BeachTrack sharks and fish and turtles at Scattn.orgDr. Lowe's Twitter and FacebookMore links at www.alieward.com/ologiesOlogiesMerch.com has hats, pins, totes, shirts, etc.Follow Ologies at Instagram or TwitterFollow Alie Ward at Instagram or Twitter.comSound editing by Steven Ray MorrisMusic by Nick ThorburnSupport the show.
  15. We take you to two iconic hot dog joints in Detroit and New Jersey to find out what makes them special. Plus Kenji Lopez-Alt schools us on the science of deep-fried hot dogs, and Dan's parents make a special cameo. Today's sponsors: Go to peteandgerrys.com to learn more. Go to sonos.com to learn more.
  16. In which our heroes honour our favourite 18th Century Earl by getting yelled at for constantly smearing greasy meat stains all over their clothes, playing-cards and other people and so come up with a genius idea; the humble sandwich. We explore the what exactly makes a sandwich a sandwich, play the Sandwich Name Game all the youths keep talking about and delve further into the Earl of Sandwich’s life than we’ve ever gone before. Jackson reveals his secret bidet shame, Duscher regales us all with the sad tale of Keanu and the non-eaten sandwich and Alli just believes some sandwiches are better underwater. So join the gang as they bite off more than they can chew and try to catch their cheetah sandwich. We promise to not leave you hungry for more. Want to help us keep our meats from getting greasy? Head to http://www.patreon.com/sanspantsradio and for as little as $1 a month, you can keep our fingers dry whilst we play cards. And don’t forget to get your free audible book download and a 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/SanspantsRadio there’s probably at least six book about John Montagu. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
  17. An athletic scandal threatens the annual Night Vale High School Homecoming Game. Plus, a seismological update and a new cooking segment with an old friend. The voice of Earl Harlan was Wil Wheaton. Weather: "Understood" by Y.R Generation (yrgeneration.bandcamp.com) Music: Disparition, disparition.info Logo: Rob Wilson, robwilsonwork.com. Produced by Night Vale Presents. Written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. More Info: welcometonightvale.com, and follow @NightValeRadio on Twitter or Facebook.
  18. Jenna is part of a group of warriors sent to slay the gorgon Medusa.  As she grapples with her own terror at encountering the monster she begins to feel empathy for her adversary. But will empathy be enough to save her and her companions?   In this episode we look at one of the most famous myths in all of classical mythology.  As usual, we try to offer alternative perspectives on the story and offer a female view of the myth.  We also include 2 original poems by Chelsie Buckner (@poemsandpeonies on instagram) and another Alternative Stories original read by British actress Jodi HuttonJenna :  Carla Rose SmithMedusa : Katie HarveyUnnamed Warrior in main sequence : John WeberWarrior 1 in opening sequence : Catharine DaddarioWarrior 2 in Opening Sequence:  Jackie JorgensonPresenter / Script consultant : Kelli WinklerScript : Alternative StoriesMusic : Chris GregoryPoem 1 "Lament for Medusa" by Alternative Stories and read by Jodi HuttonPoem 2 "Victim of Medusa" written and performed by Chelsie BucknerSubscribe in your favourite podcast appJoin our mailing list by dropping us a note to office@alternativestories.comFollow us on Twitter @StoriesAlt and Instagram @stories.alt Website : alternativestories.com 
  19. Mary Beard delivers her lecture ‘Women in Power’ at the British Museum.Read Mary Beard in the LRB: https://lrb.me/beardpodSign up to the LRB newsletter: https://lrb.me/acast  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
  20. You knew we had to do a pumpkin episode. This squash and its pie spice blend have a rep for being basic, but we go behind the gourd to explore pumpkin's history as food, decor, and phenomenon. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
  21. Scotty flips because he hates Pumpkin Spice stuff and Andrew tries to set him straight. Does Scotty come around? Listen and find out as we try a plethora of PS crap…Special K, Frosted Mini Wheats and Life…does “he like it”???
  22. We talk to science writer at Wired magazine Matt Simon about his new book Plight of the Living Dead: What Real-Life Zombies Reveal About Our World—and Ourselves.Support the show.
  23. We learn some of the history behind what happened when the asteroid passed by our planet and what the world is like now. Nameless reveals to Jenny what he plans to do next, after returning from his latest round of tests.
  24. Where we single-handedly turn one of Star Wars' most hated characters into the greatest hero who's ever lived a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...
  25. There was a particular magic to 1977's Star Wars that propelled it to legendary pop culture status. It introduced a rustic spacefaring galaxy of heroes and villains, handcrafted through the innovation of visual effects artists, sound designers, and costume designers, all with limited resources. The craftsmanship that went into creating this fantastical world was so universally beloved that Star Wars won technical awards across the board, and the Library of Congress selected the film in its first year of establishing the National Film Registry, a limited archive of films deemed culturally and historically significant. But the National Film Registry has never received Star Wars. George Lucas refused to submit the original film, instead offering his "Special Edition," an altered version of the film with new edits, visual effects, coloring, sound design, sound mixing - in other words, a completely different film. Enter a dedicated group of fans, centered around a man known as Harmy. Together they use a combination of original theatrical prints, the special edition Blu Rays, and modern visual effects technology to restore and "despecialize" the films back to their original form. This is the version of A New Hope we watched for Episode 4 of Star Wars Rewatch, where our conversation on the cultural significance of Harmy's Despecialized runs from the beginning of the podcast to 36:50. From there we return to form and discuss the plot, character archetypes, politics, droid rights, and weird Lucasisms you've come to expect from this podcast. Official Harmy's Despecialized Introductory Guide Harmy's Star Wars: Despecialized Edition - History & Sources Documentary (extended version) Star Wars SC 38 Reimagined (FXitinPost YouTube) Star Wars Rewatch is co-hosted by William Suitt, Rebekah Markillie, Cam Call, and Travis Lien, who also produces and mixes the show. For weekly video game chats, tune in to our regular podcast Hitpoint Pals on your favorite podcasting service. HitpointPals.com/star-wars-rewatch --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/motionpicturepals/message

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