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I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
 
No matter who you are, what you believe, or where you live, chaos and difficulty finds us all; however, is there beauty that can be found in the pain? The Colorinchaos Podcast is an honest conversation for those who seek growth through the difficulty and awkwardness of life while not ignoring the pain, uncomfortably, questions, brokenness, restlessness, and the unknown that comes with it.
 
Galaxy Brains is a conversation starter for the TV-and-movie obsessed. With unabashed curiosity, hosts Dave Schilling and Jonah Ray answer the questions raised by the movies or TV shows everyone is talking about, then ask a few more. With the help of an expert guest — from fellow comedians to behind-the-scenes creators — the show brings the energy of post-watch text chains and wild Reddit threads to podcasts. Galaxy Brains is where movies, TV, and overthinking collide. From Polygon and the V ...
 
In “The Remnant," Jonah Goldberg, the founder and editor-in-chief of The Dispatch, syndicated columnist, best-selling author, and AEI/NRI Fellow enlists a “Cannonball Run”-style cast of stars, has-beens, and never-weres to address the most pressing issues of the day and of all-time. Is Western Civilization doomed? Is nationalism the wave of the future? Is the Pope Catholic? Will they ever find a new place to put cheese on a pizza? Is Die Hard a Christmas movie? Who is hotter: Ginger or Mary- ...
 
Jonah Weingarten and Mallory Jacobson have been together since 2015. One of the many indicators that these two had found their match was their ability to endlessly quote movies like Wayne’s World and Tommy Boy back and forth. Join this metal musician and millennial marketer as they take turns picking a movie to dissect each episode — either finally forcing each other to watch those movies they’ve been putting off for 5+ years, or re-watching flicks that are close to their hearts. If you’re d ...
 
Jonah Asks is about connecting human beings. The episodes are interview-conversations with friends and friends of friends. These extended conversations often circle back to the following themes: *technology in our lives; *turning 40 *identity; *childhood; *parenting *creativity; *anxiety; *meditation/therapy *nature; *animal connections/pets; *friendship; *psychology; *socioeconomics *equality; *relationships Broad enough? In other words, being human.
 
This short narrative book of the Old Testament contains one of the most famous Bible Stories, of “Jonah and the Whale.” The “great fish” however is only mentioned in three verses, and the true punch comes in the oft-neglected fourth chapter. “Is it right” for a person like Jonah to be vexed by God’s mercy on others?(Summary by Laura Fox)
 
Rock legend Keith Urban, the iconic KD Lang, and the unforgettable Lionel Richie are just some of the names Deborah interviewed in the Melbourne Age column called, 'What I've Learnt.'Everyone has a story to tell, and a lesson to learn. What I’ve Learnt is a brand new podcast from journalist Deborah Blashki- Marks. "What I've Learnt' is a unique platform for International and national talent to delve deep into their own challenges, successes, failures, and life lessons. As a journalist of ove ...
 
Proud progenitor of #thegreatpodcastswindle. Since 2012, Jonah Ray, Neil Mahoney and Cash Hartzell have argued, laughed, loved and gradually cut back on their drinking all while loosely discussing and playing submitted music. The three man team, often with a guest, sometimes without, are constantly pushing boundaries in the medium of "music news" Not since Rolling Stone introduced us to the New Journalism of Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson has a medium given rise to an artistic movement mor ...
 
Develop leadership skills and understand leadership development from expert interviews with transformational leaders. Leaders in the Trenches gives raw discussions that dive deep into new strategies to accelerate your company growth and your leadership abilities. Get interviews from Fortune 100 leaders to experts in various domains of marketing, sales, and leadership that allows you to explode your growth. Learn from their failures and discover the finer elements of significance that will im ...
 
Ilana Dunn is Seeing Other People. Each Tuesday, Ilana invites expert guests onto the podcast to discuss the tropes of modern dating and relationships with an unmatched level of honesty and empathy. On Thursday’s UNFILTERED episodes, anonymous listeners join the show to have vulnerable and open conversations about what they’ve struggled with in their dating lives, what they wish they knew when going through their experience, and how they came out stronger. Tune in for your weekly reminder th ...
 
Young's Literal Translation is a translation of the Bible into English, published in 1862. The translation was made by Robert Young, compiler of Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible and Concise Critical Comments on the New Testament. Young produced a "Revised Version" of the translation in 1887. After he died on October 14, 1888, the publisher in 1898 released a new Revised Edition. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
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Fair warning: Eating styrofoam may prove more constructive than listening to today’s drive-time Remnant, which contains even less substance than your average Seinfeld episode. Jonah (scourge of baggage agents across America), Ryan (softball hero of the think-tank league and true retainer to The Remnant’s legacy), Guy (who contributed nothing to thi…
 
Jonah Sachs is an author, speaker, and viral marketing trailblazer who helped spur the 21st-century values revolution, which brought the ideas of social change to the forefront of business and popular culture. Jonah’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, Fox News, NPR, and many others. He also pens a column for Fast C…
 
In the Heights, Hamilton, Moana, Star Wars, Curb Your Enthusiasm — they're all connected, man. Dave and Jonah are joined by comedian and Hyphenated podcast host, Joanna Hausmann, for a full revue of the newly formed Lin-Manuel Miranda Cinematic Universe. Want to hear your Galaxy Brain take on our show? Leave a voicemail at (213) 570-8069 Follow us …
 
It's a VEGE-TA-BUHL! Jonah has Mally watch obscure Steve Martin flick My Blue Heaven, also starring Rick Moranis and Joan Cusack. This conversation ended up being more of a focus on Martin and Moranis' careers than anything, touching on mafia movies and tv, as well as some interesting casting snafus. Directed by Herbert Ross. Written by Nora Ephron…
 
In this episode I speak with Matt Blumenstein, the Head of Underwriting and Deputy General Counsel at Statera Capital, a leading commercial litigation financing firm based in Chicago, Illinois. At Statera, Matt is responsible for leading the firm's investment underwriting and confirmatory diligence process and acts as the firm's Deputy General Coun…
 
Welcome Back to Jonah Asks. Meet Carlo: a broad thinker and motivator, a father, a married gay man, and a great conversationalist. Carlo grew up in the Philippines and came to New York City at 18. Carlo and I are both dads of four year-old girls who attend the same preschool in the Bay Area. This was an invigorating and thoughtful talk.If you're in…
 
Revelation 11 is well known for two major items: the two witnesses and the reference to the temple court. Both are controversial. Who are the two witnesses? Are they individual people? Old Testament prophets who did not die (Enoch, Elijah)? Are they symbolic? Does the temple reference in Rev 11:1 mean the temple was still […]…
 
Medicaid reform is one of the most complicated and misunderstood policy debates in America today. Luckily, we have Seema Verma to walk us through it. We cover everything you need to know about Medicaid, from its origins and purpose to how it's working today. We also discuss what it will take to build a modern health care system that brings better q…
 
Mo Elleithee, a longtime Democratic operative and executive director of the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service, joins Sarah and Chris Stirewalt to break down the results of the latest GU Battleground Poll. They talk about the implications of voters’ concerns about division, the nuanced differences between attitudinal and issue poll…
 
We welcomed the Creative Director for Duke Women’s Basketball, Selena Castillo on the show. In this episode, we discussed: Working through Covid and how she and the team adapted What it’s like to work side-by-side with Kara Lawson as the Duke head coach Her creative approach to content The increased popularity of women’s college basketball and the …
 
After several years worth of appearances, David Bahnsen (managing partner and chief investment officer at the Bahnsen Group) finally comes on to talk about his main gig: how money works. It only took five whole shows for Jonah to stop asking him about the postmillenial view about how the world’s going to end. But what better time to start asking ab…
 
Head to www.patreon.com/seeingotherpeople to support the podcast and listen to the full episode! I discuss: -My thoughts on the last two episodes, - What if we never find our person? -My experience with medication for my anxiety and depression associated with dating and relationships -Q&A Presented by Mindset Wellness CBD! Go to www.mindsetwellness…
 
While it’s true that Chris Stirewalt came to perform an autopsy on the GOP’s 2020 election strategy and results, it’s worth pointing out that “the GOP” as a rule didn’t do all that badly in 2020 – the real problem was Donald Trump. Given this state of affairs, Chris decided to reverse course momentarily by speaking to Parker Poling, the 2019-2020 e…
 
Leadership is an inside-out process. All great leaders have the skill of growing others through mindset. To change someone’s thinking, you have to be able to shift the way they see their world. Today’s guest is Kathik Ganesh, CEO at EmpiRx Health. Inc Magazine ranked his company #712 on the 2020 Inc 5000 list. EmpiRx Health is built on the idea tha…
 
The critical race theory battle has quickly invaded school boards all across the country - but is everyone arguing in bad faith? The gang considers the politics of CRT and the role of legislators in regulating public school curriculum. Plus, Sarah points out the flaws in issue polling and why we should be skeptical of the results. Finally, foreign …
 
Episode 134 (06/16/21): Heavy heart, depression will NOT have the final word.The influence of Dr. Terry Powell in my life can not be stressed enough. I met Dr. Powell during my years of undergrad at Columbia International University, and I can say with confidence that he's had one of the biggest impacts not only in my life as a follower of Christ, …
 
This week, another tiptoe through non-sequiturs, riffs, racy stories, and long forgotten factoids and anecdotes about TV, movies, and whatever else pops into the GLoPer’s psyches. We’ve got Liberace, Rob may be re-locating, Jonah has anger, John knows why fandom is addicting, and a story about Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn that has a good end. Sp…
 
Scott Stabile has amassed a sizable following on social media with his inspirational and provocative quotes, essays, and videos. His previous work includes Big Love, Just Love, Iris, and the Li’l Pet Hospital series. He also wrote a feature film entitled Oogieloves In The Big Baloon Adventure. He’s a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and r…
 
Recorded in anticipation of the change of government that Israel has undergone, Jonah brought back one of his oldest friends Tevi Troy, now a fresh face at the Bipartisan Policy Center. The pair discusses the differences between our chaos-filled presidential system and Israel’s chaos-filled parliamentary system, Bibi Netanyahu’s legacy, and why, in…
 
S06E22: Ed, Pat & Producer Jonah answer the tough questions like... "Do wrestlers hate podcasters?" and "Did we really think nobody would book Drake Wuertz" It's Pod Van Dam! Special Guest - Logan Easton Laroux Intro: "Clever Girl" by Prince Daddy & The Hyena Outro: "Astral Humming" by Lo Talker Subscribe to our Patreon for more great premium conte…
 
The best way to get your people to open up to you and share what is going on is to lead by example. Getting employees to be vulnerable is a powerful skill that can improve the way you lead. In today’s behind the scenes, I share with you some tools that will help you. I give you some examples to help you in getting employees to be vulnerable. You wi…
 
Real people. Real stories. Real life. Anonymous listeners join the show to have vulnerable and open conversations about what they’ve struggled with in their dating lives, what they wish they knew when going through their experience, and how they came out stronger. Topics to expect include dating after experiencing loss, STIs, eating disorders, abor…
 
Chef Andrew Gruel has a nuanced, pragmatic view of the causes behind America's current labor market shortage and minimum wage debate. So why does MSNBC's business correspondent Stephanie Ruhle hold so much contempt for him and every other small business owner? Chef Gruel joins us to break down the recent twitter spat with Stephanie, and the economi…
 
On a late October afternoon in 1985, Susan Berg joined her parents and her 16-year-old brother on a family boat trip in Victoria’s Western Port Bay. It was the family’s second time out in the newly purchased boat. A relaxing afternoon on the water. But within mere hours of entering the bay, Susan Berg’s life would change forever. As the sun started…
 
Howard Behar's career in business spans over 50 years, all in consumer-oriented businesses, and most recently as a speaker, advisor, mentor, and bestselling author. His wisdom, generosity, and level of integrity have had a profound impact on thousands of people who have been touched by his example, books, and speaking. Howard is known for such memo…
 
Leadership is often challenging. Leading people requires you to understand yourself. Being a self-aware leader will help you know your limits. It is also essential as you lead others to be self-aware. Today’s guest is Charles Rath, President and CEO at RS21 Inc Magazine ranked his company #485 on the 2020 Inc 5000 list. RS21 is a global data scienc…
 
Lisa Edelstein (House, Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce) has a wonderful chat with Chris about acting, directing, and learning how to find things that are meaningful to you. Lisa also talks about growing up as the youngest child, her time in the New York City club scene in the 80s, and navigating fame. Lisa is currently on the new season of "The Komin…
 
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