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Five Minutes With Mason - Episode 10 Part 1 and 2; Fantasy World

In this edition of 5MWM, I talk about last year’s injured players, and there’s so many I had to split this episode in two! Hopefully it doesn’t need surgery. 51 more words


America is Falling Apart

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. 202 more words


Friesen Point Podcast 132: Dan Sheehan


We’re back. Today, Drees and I are joined by good buddy Dan Sheehan to chat about what’s been happening in life since we last recorded and get pretty in depth with hypothetical time travel. 25 more words

Chicago Comedy

What I'm Reading: Murder At Avedon Hill

(Spoiler Warning: this post might be a bit of a downer, but I hope to keep it upbeat. You’ll understand.)

Around 9:41 p.m. last night (that would be Wednesday, August 20 2014 for you benighted souls without calendars) Amazon.com emailed me to let me know that my copy of… 1,249 more words

Game Of Thrones

Jah Works Radio 8/15/14

Shalom, family.  This week we vibe with musical healing coming from artists like Anthony Johnson, Barrington Levy, Little John, Sugar Minott, Dickie Ranking, Earl 16, John Holt, Cocoa Tea, Tenor Saw, Garnett Silk, Jahmali, Pressure, Midnite, Denham Smith, Ras Muhammad, Morgan Heritage, Luciano, Freddie McGregor, Jah Sun, Anthony Que, Lee Perry and The Upsetters, Watty Burnett, Jr Murvin, Gregory Isaacs, Cornell Campbell, Don Carlos, Dean Fraser and Bob Marley and The Wailers.  36 more words


Constructive Deconstruction - Episode 28 (Tragic Rage)

This week, the trio spends half the show talking about the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, as well as the ice bucket challenge, the tragic suicide of Robin Williams, and things that doctors have had to tell patients that SHOULD be common knowledge. 8 more words


Failed Critics Podcast: James? Where we're going we don't need James

Hello everyone. I usually write these in the third person, like a pretentious wrestler or someone with a personality disorder, but I’m dropping the charade this one time to say thank you for listening to this podcast, and any others that you’ve happened upon over the last two-and-a-bit years. 154 more words