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Best Zany podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Zany podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Pokemon Adventures in the Millennium is a Pokemon Tabletop United actual play set in the Sinnoh Region! DMed by Tanner, who oversees the zany adventures of Belle (Lindsay), Gabriel (Duncan), and Julian (Ryan), along with their group of equally zany pokemon. Act 1: Prehistoric Pandemonium (Episodes 1-10), Act 2: Road to Barboachella (Episodes 11-23), Act 3: Child's Play (Episodes 24-38) Act 4: Blinded Me with Science (Episodes 39-57) Act 5: Brainstorm (Episode 58-Ongoing)
 
Tune into this zany improv game show featuring the Rooster Teeth crew and their special guests. How far will contestants go for points? Prepare yourself for the most outrageous answers ever! Watch LIVE Wednesday at 5PM CT on svod.roosterteeth.com and YouTube.com/RoosterTeeth.
 
The Podcast of No Return features sketch comedy and personal observations from Steve and a cast of maybe not thousands but enough to provide thirty minutes of hilarious comedy entertainment. Fans of Monty Python, Whose Line Is It Anyway, SNL, snarky digital sidekicks, and of sometimes laughing inappropriately will want to listen to the podcast again and again, and further delay sending out resumés like you promised yourself you'd do when you went to bed last night. So, join Steve, Brennan, C ...
 
The Gaming Marathon is a weekly podcast about all things video games! Hosts Adam Sharrock, Asad Syed, and Dennis The Cynic offer an honest and hilarious outlook on the gaming world. Join us every week for breaking news on the video game world, reviews, critical discussion and analysis, retro gaming goodness and more than enough zany humor for anyone. We also stream on Twitch and YouTube!
 
Every week on Will and Bobby Know Everything, hosts Will and Bobby learn more about each other and the world around them. And find both lacking! Listen to WBKE every week to hear the funniest, weirdest, and most absurd conversation available anywhere on the internet! Follow Will and Bobby on Twitter: @WillRogers2000 @BobbyKoester and @TalkBomb Will and Bobby Know Everything is a proud member of the Talk Bomb! Find more at TalkBomb.com!
 
HARDRIVE is a monthly radio show presented by Nik Fish featuring new releases in music of the harder styles.Nik Fish is regarded as an iconic DJ in the electronic dance music scene for pioneering and bringing hard dance music to the masses in Australia since the early 90's. Nik currently plays all around Australia at clubs, raves and festivals including Q-dance events, Defqon.1 (Australia), Masif Saturday's, Bass Control, Utopia and Prophecy as well as internationally having played throughou ...
 
The Dave Carter Show is a humorous, right of center podcast that serves as an oasis of laughter and mischievous fun in a world where political news and commentary are usually accompanied by ever-rising blood pressure and exasperation. This is the place to go to decompress and share a laugh with (or at) the host, enjoy compelling interviews with interesting guests, and listen in on the hilarious antics of a cast of zany characters from Dave’s days as a radio show host. As Dave likes to say, f ...
 
Take some zany and serious journeys with The Pipeman aka Dean K. Piper, CST on The Adventures of Pipeman also known as Pipeman Radio syndicated globally "Where Who Knows and Anything Goes”. Listen to a show dedicated to motivation, empowerment, music, comedy, celebrities, shock jock radio, various topics, and entertainment. Hosted by The Pipeman who has been said to be hybrid of Tony Robbins, Batman, and Howard Stern. The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show is broadcast live every day 10am ET- ...
 
The Unreserved Wine Talk podcast features candid conversations with the most fascinating people in the wine world. Your host, award-winning journalist Natalie MacLean, dives into how it feels to compete in the nerve-wracking World's Best Sommelier Competition, the shadowy underground of wine forgery, the zany tactics of a winemaker who hosted a funeral for cork, and more. Nestled in these colourful stories are practical tips on how to choose wine from a restaurant list, pair it with food and ...
 
HansenAthletics Radio is a podcast aimed to inform you on how to become a better athlete, coach, and student. Presented by HansenAthletics, this podcast is perfect for those new to fitness, the established athlete who wants to make sure they are improving mentally and physically, or someone who wants to learn more about what it’s like to take the dive into the performance side of fitness. Business owners and entrepreneurs may also find this podcast beneficial as we will cover aspects of busi ...
 
WHOSOEVER KNOWS ALL the answers has little of resonance to say. Whosoever seeks to understand has ever plenty to explore. SOME THINGS that need to be said, that need to be heard, are not easy to say because they are difficult for some to hear. Inspired by the Zani Philosophy as narrated to Towa in "Seven Wisdoms: the legend of the lotus" (ISBN 978-1-84799-606-0),THANK YOU kindly for visiting. Leave a comment. Tell a friend. Do come again. Blessings.
 
“Dude, you can get past a dog. Nobody f's with a lion.” - Grandma's Boy “You notice things if you pay attention.” - In The Mood For Love Marcus Pinn likes movies. Scott Thorough likes movies. Marcus writes about movies (Pinnland Empire, The Pink Smoke), and Scott sometimes scores movies (Newlyweeds, Manos Sucias). They both have a background in hyper underground rap music, and enjoy sandwiches. Through a deep love of rap music, wrestling, and dissecting low and high brow cinema, Marcus and S ...
 
When love is your business, you have no business falling in love. Join the gang at Regal Bride as they battle birds and brides in this zany holiday romantic comedy! Starring Paula Deming and Keiko Agena as Emma and Jackie, the best friends in the wedding business. With Kyle Payne as Stu, Ian McQuown as Trip, and Jessica Payne as Katie. Featuring Kacie Rogers and Jesse Abbott Chin in approximately six thousand roles, and introducing Martin Thompson as Junior!
 
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Listen up. @rootedinmvmnt is ready to challenge what you've heard about movement and performance from your standard Physical Therapist or fitness coach. Backed by unmatched experience and education Matt gives us a glimpse into his mind when it comes to understanding movement and the benefits of causing a ripple in the "status quo" Time to fill your…
 
Thank you for Listening Please Share ​This week, Enigma Sept invited teen upstart Zany Kloudz on the podcast to speak on how he got into hip hop, promoting his new music and his new sweet deal with Enigma Sept.... Also, Enigma gives his hot take on Jaguar Wright's fiery claims, Rick Ross/2 Chainz Verzuz battle and Cardi B's new video with …
 
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Leah Zani, a public anthropologist and poet based in California, about her truly wonderful book Bomb Children: Life in the Former Battlefields of Laos (Duke University Press, 2019). Her research takes place half a century after the CIA’s Secret War in Laos – the largest bombing campaign in history, which rendered La…
 
Episode 105 – Matthew Zanis – The Injury Truths No One Is Talking About by Highly Functional | Podcast https://hhf-podcast.s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/HHF.Episode105.TheInjuryTruthsNoOneIsTalkingAbout.mp3 Subscribe Now! For this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with physical therapist, strength coach, and movement specialist, Dr. Matthew Zani…
 
What happens when a new group of migrants enters not just the social and economic life of a city, but also its religious institutions? Deborah E. Kanter, the John S. Ludington Endowed Professor of History at Albion College, takes us through the dramatic demographic transformation of Chicago through the eyes of Catholic parishes and Mexican churchgo…
 
The nostalgic mist surrounding farms can make it hard to write their history, encrusting them with stereotypical rural virtues and unrealistically separating them from markets, capitalism, and urban influences. The Nature of the Future: Agriculture, Science, and Capitalism in the Antebellum North (University Of Chicago Press) aims to remake this st…
 
In this inspiring and, above all, practical book, Andrew Seaton guides us to our true nature, the peace-filled observing awareness beyond the mind. Spiritual Awakening Made Simple: How to See Through the Mist of the Mind to the Peace of the Here and Now explains how, beginning in our infancy, we experience a spiritual forgetting. The mind creates a…
 
One of France’s most famous historians compares and contrasts the two most famous French exemplars of political and military leadership of the past two-hundred and fifty years to make the case that individuals, for better and worse, matter in history. Historians have tried to teach us that the historical past is not just a narrative of heroes and w…
 
Psychedelic drugs are making a comeback. In the mid-twentieth century, scientists actively studied the potential of drugs like LSD and psilocybin for treating mental health problems. After a decades-long hiatus, researchers are once again testing how effective these drugs are in relieving symptoms for a wide variety of psychiatric conditions, from …
 
In 1912, at age 24, Georgia O’Keeffe boarded a train in Virginia and headed west, to the prairies of the Texas Panhandle, to take a position as art teacher for the newly organized Amarillo Public Schools. Subsequently she would join the faculty at what was then West Texas State Normal College (now West Texas A&M University). Already a thoroughly in…
 
One of France’s most famous historians compares and contrasts the two most famous French exemplars of political and military leadership of the past two-hundred and fifty years to make the case that individuals, for better and worse, matter in history. Historians have tried to teach us that the historical past is not just a narrative of heroes and w…
 
In Finna: Poems (One World), his new collection of poetry, Nate Marshall examines the way that pop culture influences Black vernacular, the role of storytelling, family, and place. Marshall defines finna as: fin·na /ˈfinə/ contraction: (1) going to; intending to [rooted in African American Vernacular English] (2) eye dialect spelling of “fixing to”…
 
From Red-Baiting to Blacklisting: The Labor Plays of Manny Fried (SIU Press 2020) collects three plays by Manny Fried alongside a thorough explanation of his work and life by theatre scholar Barry Witham. Witham traces Fried’s long career as a labor organizer and Communist Party militant, as well as the obsessive lengths the FBI went to in order to…
 
@Coach_Wartman of the @iron.chapel and @coachdarrenh dive into our thoughts in further detail when it comes to @crossfit and training athletes for sport. We cover our actual thought processes concerning the short-sighted post regarding the topic earlier in the week. We were able to dive into the thought process behind our approach to athlete develo…
 
In which our hero reads a story about his uncle hearing a story about an Inspector who hears a story about a statue he found in the woods. The Audiobooks I've narrated:https://www.audible.com/search?keywords=mike+cuellarInto the Black, by William Meikle:https://www.audible.com/pd/Into-the-Black-Audiobook/B08F92ZCQ5 Email: TheWeirdTalesPodcast@gmail…
 
In the West African nation of Togo, applying for the U.S. Diversity Visa Lottery is a national obsession, with hundreds of thousands of Togolese entering each year. From the street frenzy of the lottery sign-up period and the scramble to raise money for the embassy interview to the gamesmanship of those adding spouses and dependents to their dossie…
 
In New Orleans Carnival Balls: The Secret Side of Mardi Gras, 1870-1920 (LSU Press, 2017), Dr. Jennifer Atkins draws back the curtain on the origin of the exclusive Mardi Gras balls, bringing to light unique traditions unseen by outsiders. The oldest Carnival organizations emerged in the mid-nineteenth century and ruled Mardi Gras from the Civil Wa…
 
In this unapologetically African-centered monograph, Nwando Achebe considers the diverse forms and systems of female leadership in both the physical and spiritual worlds, as well as the complexities of female power in a multiplicity of distinct African societies. From Amma to the goddess inkosazana, Sobekneferu to Nzingha, Nehanda to Ahebi Ugbabe, …
 
1-800-Worlds: The Making of the Indian Call Center Economy (Oxford University Press, 2018) chronicles the labour practices, life-worlds, and media atmospheres of Indian call centre workers, and locates them within the socio-political context of the new Indian middle classes. Through a thick description of the nightly and daily routines of transnati…
 
Today’s begins a new set of podcasts from New Books in Political Science called POST-SCRIPT. Lilly Goren and I invite authors back to the podcast to react to contemporary political developments that engage their scholarship. In a podcast devoted to the concerning political developments in China, four scholars -- from political science, history, and…
 
Monica A. Coleman's great-grandfather asked his two young sons to lift him up and pull out the chair when he hanged himself, and that noose stayed in the family shed for years. The rope was the violent instrument, but it was mental anguish that killed him. Now, in gripping fashion, Coleman examines the ways that the legacies of slavery, war, sharec…
 
So much relies on science. But what if science itself can’t be relied on? In Science Fictions: Exposing Fraud, Bias, Negligence, and Hype in Science (Penguin Books, 2020), Stuart Ritchie, a professor of psychology at King’s College London, lucidly explains how science works, and exposes the systemic issues that prevent the scientific enterprise fro…
 
The phenomenon of dehumanization is associated with such atrocities as the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and the Holocaust in World War II. In these and other cases, people are described in ways that imply that they are less than fully human as a prelude to committing extreme forms of violence against them. In On Inhumanity: Dehumanization and How to Res…
 
In New Orleans Carnival Balls: The Secret Side of Mardi Gras, 1870-1920 (LSU Press, 2017), Dr. Jennifer Atkins draws back the curtain on the origin of the exclusive Mardi Gras balls, bringing to light unique traditions unseen by outsiders. The oldest Carnival organizations emerged in the mid-nineteenth century and ruled Mardi Gras from the Civil Wa…
 
It’s been a difficult year in America. From plague, to protests, to politics, there have never been so many lives at stake, nor so many questions about the future of our country. Since his election in 2016, questions have been raised about president Trump’s too-close-for-comfort ties to Russian leadership and intelligence. Lately, his antagonism to…
 
In the West African nation of Togo, applying for the U.S. Diversity Visa Lottery is a national obsession, with hundreds of thousands of Togolese entering each year. From the street frenzy of the lottery sign-up period and the scramble to raise money for the embassy interview to the gamesmanship of those adding spouses and dependents to their dossie…
 
The American attitude towards outsiders has always been ambivalent. The United States, it is commonly said, is a nation of immigrants; today, it’s the most demographically diverse great power. But on the other side of that spectrum have been anxiety about and hatred for the foreign. And there’s no shortage of this: from the English-only movements o…
 
The Journal of Holocaust and Genocide Studies is turning twenty-five. One of the first academic journals focused on the study of the Holocaust and Genocide Studies, it has been one of a few journals that led the field in new directions. So it seemed appropriate to mark the moment by talking with Richard Breitman, its long-time editor. Breitman is p…
 
Ananya Chakravarti’s The Empire of Apostles: Religion, Accommodatio and the Imagination of Empire in Modern Brazil and India (Oxford University Press), recovers the religious roots of Europe's first global order, by tracing the evolution of a religious vision of empire through the lives of Jesuits working in the missions of early modern Brazil and …
 
In this episode, we speak with Alyssa Gabbay about her recent new book Gender and Succession in Medieval and Early Modern Islam: Bilateral Descent and the Legacy of Fatima (I.B. Tauris, 2020). The book shows that contrary to assumptions about Islam’s patrilineal nature, there is in fact precedent in pre-modern Islamic history of Muslims' recognitio…
 
Ananya Chakravarti’s The Empire of Apostles: Religion, Accommodatio and The Imagination of Empire in Modern Brazil and India (Oxford University Press), recovers the religious roots of Europe's first global order, by tracing the evolution of a religious vision of empire through the lives of Jesuits working in the missions of early modern Brazil and …
 
Should you care how Protestant theologians and philosophers view a man generally regarded as of interest primarily to Catholics and as a pillar of Catholic thinking? Absolutely. Why? Because much of what has made our modern world in terms of law, philosophy and ethics comes from Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274). How would we benefit from reading a book a…
 
Many on the Left see the European Union as a fundamentally benign project with the potential to underpin ever greater cooperation and progress. If it has drifted rightward, the answer is to fight for reform from within. In this iconoclastic polemic, economist Costas Lapavitsas demolishes this view. In The Left Case Against the EU (Polity, 2018), he…
 
In Afflicted: How Vulnerability Can Heal Medical Education and Practice (The MIT Press), Nicole Piemonte examines the preoccupation in medicine with cure over care, arguing that the traditional focus on biological intervention keeps medicine from addressing the complex realities of patient suffering. Although many have pointed to the lack of compas…
 
How are algorithms shaping our experience of the internet? In Making it Personal: Algorithmic Personalization, Identity, and Everyday Life (Oxford University Press), Tanya Kant, a lecturer in Media And Cultural Studies at the University of Sussex interrogates the rise of algorithmic personalization, in the context of an internet dominated by platfo…
 
In Deportes: The Making of a Sporting Mexican Diaspora (Rutgers University Press, 2020), Professor José Alamillo, a specialist in Chicana/o Studies, Labor, and Sports history, examines the powerful way Mexican Americans have used sports to build transnational networks for personal and community empowerment across the United States and Mexico before…
 
From the films of Larry Clark to the feminist comedy of Amy Schumer to the fall of Louis C. K., comedic, graphic, and violent moments of abjection have permeated twentieth- and twenty-first-century social and political discourse. The contributors to Abjection Incorporated: Mediating the Politics of Pleasure and Violence (Duke University Press, 2020…
 
What do medieval knights, suicide bombers and "victimhood culture" have in common? Betraying Dignity: The Toxic Seduction of Social Media, Shaming, and Radicalization (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press) argues that in the second decade of the twenty-first century, individuals, political parties and nations around the world are abandoning the dig…
 
Listen on: | iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | A weird one! Slow gaming news week so we talk about random stuff including, e-salt, smokers, memories, and blackheads! Oh and Asad played Death Stranding. Bookmark TheGamingMarathon.com and follow us on Twitch, YouTube and Discord! http://www.twitch.tv/gaming_marathon http://www.youtube.com/t…
 
Professor David Tavárez’s edited volume, Words & Worlds Turned Around: Indigenous Christianities in Colonial Latin America (Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 2017), is a collection of eleven essays from historians and anthropologists grappling with the big questions of the Christianization of Mexico after the Spanish Conquest and using sources…
 
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