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Best Justin Robert Young podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Justin Robert Young podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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For over 5 years, Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young have brought you the best of the worst of the internet. From BBLiveshow to NSFW, from live events at DragonCon to Nerdtacular, BB and JRY want nothing more than to make you laugh so hard that you feel guilty and ashamed. We're everything that's right about the internet being so wrong. After half a decade, we've decided to take our show independent. If you're a long time fan, nothing's changed except we can now do whatever we want... S ...
 
For over 5 years, Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young have brought you the best of the worst of the internet. From BBLiveshow to NSFW, from live events at DragonCon to Nerdtacular, BB and JRY want nothing more than to make you laugh so hard that you feel guilty and ashamed. We're everything that's right about the internet being so wrong. After half a decade, we've decided to take our show independent. If you're a long time fan, nothing's changed except we can now do whatever we want... S ...
 
For over 5 years, Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young have brought you the best of the worst of the internet. From BBLiveshow to NSFW, from live events at DragonCon to Nerdtacular, BB and JRY want nothing more than to make you laugh so hard that you feel guilty and ashamed. We're everything that's right about the internet being so wrong. After half a decade, we've decided to take our show independent. If you're a long time fan, nothing's changed except we can now do whatever we want... S ...
 
How would you fight a Yeti in hand to hand combat? Would you attempt to sell your soul to the devil in the interest of science? How can you prepare for a zombie apocalypse? Find out all of this and more every week on the Weird Things podcast, where your hosts, Andrew Mayne, Justin Robert Young and Brian Brushwood probe the most challenging questions about the paranormal, supernatural and fringe.
 
Who reminds you of Donald Trump more? John F. Kennedy or Richard Nixon? Keep that thought to yourself for a second as I remind you that JFK and Nixon ran against each other in 1960. A member of a popular two-term administration ran against a phenom running without permission. The race saw a revolutionary use of new media. The side that lost tells anyone who will listen that nefarious outside help tipped the election. This is the story of 1960 and if we'd known more about it we'd have been le ...
 
Olivia Wilder Times™ features celebrity and other unique guest interviews that are informal and conversational. The over 600 guests have included TV/FILM: Linda Evans, Beau Bridges, Andie MacDowell, La Toya Jackson, Eric Roberts, Sean Young, Richard Thomas, Billy Zane, Gilles Marini, Robert Townsend, Joanna Cassidy, Melora Hardin, Debi Mazar ; Justin Kirk, Clark Gregg, Tom Conti, Henry Goodman, Cung Le; Justin Chon and Solomon Trimble (Twilight); RuPaul, Josie Bissett, COMEDY: Dane Cook, Gre ...
 
Submission Radio is Australia's biggest Mixed Martial Arts show. Featuring MMA's biggest guests, the latest news, hottest opinions and coverage of all MMA fights and events! Wanna know what pro fighters think and say? Each episode features the who's who of the pro fighting world. The show has a few simple mantras; promote Mixed Martial Arts, bring positivity to the sport, help fighters connect with their fans, and have fun.
 
Sullee, aka Young Heff (as in Hugh Heffner), was born Robert Sullivan II. As quickly as 5 years old, while in a R and B group called TCB (Taking Care of Business) Sullee developed lyrical aspirations. TCB was under the same management as New Kids on the Block. Maurice Starr the producer of New Kid on the Block knew right away that Sullee had major star quality due to his irreverence on the stage. But after experiencing the music industry Sullee decided he had to be an MC. He has always loved ...
 
Jane Austen demonstrated her mastery of the epistolary novel genre in Lady Susan, which she wrote in 1795 but never published. Although the primary focus of this short novel is the selfish behavior of Lady Susan as she engages in affairs and searches for suitable husbands for herself and her young daughter, the actual action shares its importance with Austen’s manipulation of her characters' behavior by means of their reactions to the letters that they receive. The heroine adds additional in ...
 
Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
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In this episode, Ben Carter, Senior Litigation and Advocacy Counsel at the Kentucky Equal Justice Center, discusses his work litigating the right to healthcare, voting, and housing. Among other things, he discusses the history and purpose of the KEJC and some of its current litigation projects. He also reflects on how the pandemic will affect low-i…
 
In this episode, Michael Sinha, Research Fellow at the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science at Harvard Medical School and Visiting Scholar at the Center for Health Policy and Law at Northeastern University School of Law, discusses three of his articles, "The Perils of Panic: Ebola, HIV, and the Intersection of Global Health and Law," published…
 
In this special series hosted by Jennifer Sturiale, a group of legal scholars discuss a question over drinks. This episode features Mark Lemley, William H. Neukom Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, Gus Hurwitz, Associate Professor of Law at the Nebraska College of Law, and Jacob Victor, Acting Assisting Professor of Lawyering at New York Univ…
 
DONATE: www.cdcfoundation.org/coronavirus - Hyperbole-free Coronavirus Update - A '93 staffer has made a sexual assault claim against Joe Biden, will CNN ask him about it tonight? - I think China is lying about being over their coronavirus infection. - Interview with Steven Conn of Miami University about the Great Depression and what is similar to …
 
Justin recently hosted An Evening with Tom Wright at Westminster Chapel in London (pre-Coronavirus restrictions!). In this podcast special Tom delivers a talk on ‘Jesus, Paul and the Question of God’ and then sits down with Justin to answer audience questions. To support Premier’s Voice of Hope appeal www.premierchristianradio.com For the Ask NT Wr…
 
In this special series of coronavirus pandemic episodes, Maybell Romero and Brian L. Frye explore Charles H. Baker, Jr.'s mixological treatise, "The Gentlemen's Companion: Around the World with Jigger, Beaker and Flask," which was originally published in 1939 by Derrydale Press. Each episode will feature one drink. Romero and Frye will read Baker's…
 
- Most questions I get revolve around some version of "is Trump going to win/lose in November because of this?" So, I answer as best I can. - Honestly who is running the Biden campaign? - Eric Geller of Politico on cyber security, vote by mail in 2020 and if the mood is right for online voting.By Justin Robert Young
 
Brett Okamoto: 12:46 Sean O'Malley: 31:15 Francis Ngannou: 1:06:30 Francis Ngannou makes his Submission Radio debut to talk about his fight against Jairzinho Rozenstruik being postponed, the possibilty of fighting on UFC 249: Nurmagomedov vs Ferguson, Rozenstruik as an opponent and his win over Alistair Overeem, the trilogy fight between Stipe Mioc…
 
In this episode, Anthony Sanders, Director of the Institute for Justice’s Center for Judicial Engagement, discusses his articles "Baby Ninth Amendments and Unenumerated Individual Rights in State Constitutions Before the Civil War," which was published in the Mercer Law Review, and "Baby Ninth Amendments Since 1860: The Unenumerated Rights American…
 
Brian has a confession for Better Call Saul. Finishing up the season of Locke & Key and the penultimate Picard of season one. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: Better Call Saul (505), Locke & Key (107-110), Westworld (302), Picard (109), The Larry Sanders Show (306-307) Next week: Better Call Saul (506), Westworld (303), Picard (110), The Larry Sa…
 
In this episode, the Honorable Justin R. Walker of the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky discusses his views on judicial decisionmaking and the role of the judge. Walker begins by describing his background and how he became a judge. He reflects on impartiality and fairness, and how to ensure criminal punishment is ap…
 
In this episode, Anna Lukina, a graduate student at Harvard Law School, discusses her draft article "Opening the Pandora's Box: Kelsen and the Communist Theory of Law." Lukina begins by describing the basic features of Communist theories of law. She explains Hans Kelsen's "Pandora's box" objection to natural law theory, and why Kelsen believed that…
 
More movies are moving to VOD rental as China opens a few theaters. Plus, the Friends reunion is delayed and you can share films with your friends on MoviesAnywhere. All this and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Len Peralta. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: Better Call Saul (505), Locke & Key (107-110), Westworld (302), Picard (109), The L…
 
In this episode, Judge Emily Miskel of the 470th district court of Collin County, Texas discusses her work as a state court judge and how the judiciary is functioning during the coronavirus pandemic. Among other things, she reflects on how she became a judge and how becoming a judge affected her perspective on good lawyering. Judge Miskel is on Twi…
 
In this episode, Chief Justice Bridget McCormack of the Michigan Supreme Court and Judge Stephen Dillard of the Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia, discuss how and why judges should use social media to help the public better understand the work of the judiciary. They begin by explaining how they became judges and how their think about their j…
 
In this episode, Joy Kanwar, Associate Professor of Legal Writing at Brooklyn Law School, discusses her article "Avatars, Acting, and Imagination: Bringing New Techniques Into the Legal Classroom," which is published in the Journal of the Legal Profession. Kanwar begins by explaining how acting techniques can help law students learn and become bett…
 
In this special series of coronavirus pandemic episodes, Maybell Romero and Brian L. Frye explore Charles H. Baker, Jr.'s mixological treatise, "The Gentlemen's Companion: Around the World with Jigger, Beaker and Flask," which was originally published in 1939 by Derrydale Press. Each episode will feature one drink. Romero and Frye will read Baker's…
 
In this special series of coronavirus pandemic episodes, Maybell Romero and Brian L. Frye explore Charles H. Baker, Jr.'s mixological treatise, "The Gentlemen's Companion: Around the World with Jigger, Beaker and Flask," which was originally published in 1939 by Derrydale Press. Each episode will feature one drink. Romero and Frye will read Baker's…
 
In this special series of coronavirus pandemic episodes, Maybell Romero and Brian L. Frye explore Charles H. Baker, Jr.'s mixological treatise, "The Gentlemen's Companion: Around the World with Jigger, Beaker and Flask," which was originally published in 1939 by Derrydale Press. Each episode will feature one drink. Romero and Frye will read Baker's…
 
In this episode, Dr. Mason Marks, Assistant Professor of Law at Gonzaga University School of Law and Affiliated Fellow at Yale Law School's Information Society Project, discusses his article "Emergent Medical Data: Health Information Inferred by Artificial Intelligence," which will be published in the UC Irvine Law Review. Marks begins by explainin…
 
In this episode, Luke Herrine, a PhD candidate in Law at Yale Law School and Law and Political Economy Fellow, discusses his draft article "Socializing Contract." Herrine begins by explaining what he means by "socializing" and "de-socializing" contract law. He briefly describes the history of contract theory, and reflects on how modern contract the…
 
- Facts, figures and news about COVID-19 and no nonsense - FEC filings show Bloomberg spent WAY more than we thought - Insider trading scandal rocks DC - Discussion with Kevin Ryan about the impending birth of his first child, journalism critiques and Bernie predictions.By Justin Robert Young
 
In a special edition of the show, recorded from home, Justin looks at the present Coronavirus crisis, how the pandemic will change global society and how the church can respond. He chats with Reasons To Believe virologist AJ Roberts, church and culture theologian Mark Sayers and introduces a special guest for the first time… his wife Rev Lucy Brier…
 
In this special series of coronavirus pandemic episodes, Maybell Romero and Brian L. Frye explore Charles H. Baker, Jr.'s mixological treatise, "The Gentlemen's Companion: Around the World with Jigger, Beaker and Flask," which was originally published in 1939 by Derrydale Press. Each episode will feature one drink. Romero and Frye will read Baker's…
 
In this episode, Brian L. Frye, Spears-Gilbert Associate Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law, discusses his circuitous path to legal academia. He describes his initial interest in filmmaking, his studies in art school, his many failures, his eventual decision to attend law school, and his eventual decision to pursue a job …
 
Jon Anik: 3:43 Ben Askren: 29:34 Javier Mendez: 52:58 Colby Covington: 1:08:24 Colby Covington returns to Submission Radio to discuss the disaster of UFC London at the hands of the Coronavirus, Offering to fight Tyron Woodley on short-notice, the fight not coming together, Tyron claiming that Colby did not accept the fight, why Colby is no longer i…
 
Westworld’s season 3 premiere, The New Pope’s finale, and trudging through more Locke & Key. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: Better Call Saul (504), Locke & Key (105-106), Westworld (301), The New Pope (108-109), Picard (106-108), The Larry Sanders Show (304-305) (“The Gift Episode” and “People’s Choice”) Next week: Better Call Saul (505), Locke…
 
In this episode, Christa Laser, a senior associate at WilmerHale in Washington D.C., discusses her article "Patent Law's Equitable Defenses: The Coming Battle of Dynamic and Traditional Interpretive Regimes," which will be published in the University of Miami Law Review. Laser begins by discussing the difference between legal and equitable regimes …
 
Theaters have shut down and studios are bringing their new movies direct-to-streaming. Plus, Frozen 2 is streaming early, Queer Eye is renewed, and Vudu gets a lists feature. All this and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Jennie Josephson. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: Better Call Saul (504), Locke & Key (105-106), Westworld (301), The N…
 
COVID-19 is a Weird Things prompt come to life. The realities of industries that are reducing capacity, moving to remote work, and social distancing. Plus, there’s a lot of stuff we just don’t know about Polaris, the north star. Brake failure destroys an ancient monument. Got something weird? Email neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “Weird Things.” Pi…
 
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