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Having ADD or ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Hear from people all around the globe, from every walk of life, in every profession, from Rock Stars to CEOs, from Teachers to Politicians, who have learned how to unlock the gifts of their ADD and ADHD diagnosis, and use it to their personal and professional advantage, to build businesses, become millionaires, or simply better their lives.
 
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John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Hayden Winks join Matt Stroup to break down all four games in the NFL Divisional Round this weekend, with Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs taking the field for the first time this postseason. We consider what the Browns and Rams can do to try to pull off upsets, what the Bills need to d…
 
Rach McBride (they/them) is a professional Ironman triathlete and three-time Ironman 70.3 Champion, with numerous podium and course record results. Known as the “Purple Tiger,” Rach is known for racing and training with grit and resilience: having run half Ironmans on broken feet, raced an Ironman with food poisoning to qualify for the World Champi…
 
Today, more than 200,000 men and women over age fifty are languishing in prisons around the United States. It is projected that by 2030, one-third of all incarcerated individuals will be older adults. An already overcrowded and underserved prison system is straining to manage the needs of incarcerated older adults with growing frailty and health co…
 
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter join Matt Stroup to review all six games from NFL Wild Card Weekend, including Josh Allen's Bills narrowly getting past the Colts and Philip Rivers, who may or may not have played his last game. Plus, how the Ravens shut down Derrick Henry, and some highly questionable decisions by Mike Vrabel and Mike To…
 
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Barbara Dennis of Indiana University on her new ethnography, Walking with Strangers: Critical Ethnography and Educational Promise, published in 2020 by Peter Lang Press. Walking with Strangers: Critical Ethnography and Educational Promise features the IU-Unityville Outreach Project and tells the story of a 4-year-l…
 
The new essay collection Food Insecurity on College Campuses edited by Katharine M. Broton and Clare L. Cady explores the widespread problem of food insecurity among college students and the overlapping and compounding issues that lead students to choose between getting enough to eat and paying the costs of a college education. As the editors make …
 
John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Hayden Winks join Matt Stroup to break down all six games during Wild Card Weekend. We discuss the factors that make Josh Allen's Bills and Lamar Jackson's Ravens so explosive, and why the Saints — with Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas expected to return — are among the most dangerous contenders in the playoff field. P…
 
Matt Stroup is joined by John Daigle, Pat Daugherty and Denny Carter to discuss some key fantasy lessons we learned amid the chaos of the 2020 season. We discuss the death of the late-round QB as a viable fantasy strategy, and why quarterbacks who score points with their legs (Lamar Jackson, Kyler Murray, Josh Allen and others) have become so cruci…
 
The debate over American immigration policy has obsessed politicians and disrupted the lives of millions of people for decades. In The Battle To Stay in America: Immigration's Hidden Front Line (University of Nevada Press, 2020), Professor Michael Kagan focuses on Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas is a city where more than one in five residents was born…
 
In this episode Daniel P Carter speaks with musician Einar Selvik of the band Wardruna. As well as discussing the fantastic new album 'Kvitravn' (due out Jan. 22nd 2021) the creative process and his use of instrumentation, they also discuss the animist concepts that permeate and enliven all art that Einar makes. As well as the music he makes with W…
 
In the United States, gun violence is in a state of national crisis, yet efforts to reform gun regulation face significant political and constitutional barriers. In this innovative book, Ian Ayres and Fredrick E. Vars put forward creative and practical solutions, proposing legislative reform which will reduce gun deaths. Theirs is a libertarian 'bo…
 
Kimberley Brownlee, a professor of philosophy at the University of British Columbia, has written a monograph addressing her argument in favor a right against social deprivation. In Being Sure of Each Other: An Essay on Social Rights and Freedoms (Oxford UP, 2020), Professor Brownlee contends that all humans have basic needs for human interaction. S…
 
At first glance, the term “expressive individualism” seems benign enough. After all, people throughout the Western world value their personal freedom and the liberty to make crucial life decisions such as whether to have children and how and when they wish to die. What could possibly be wrong with the idea that everyone should be in control of his …
 
Today’s episode is a little bit about a shape shifting box named “Shashibo” and a lot about ADD + ADHD. Kevin Daniels is a South Floridian, born and raised in Miami, FL, attended High School and College in Palm Beach, and currently lives in Fort Lauderdale. He spent a lot of his youth surfing and skateboarding. He graduated from Florida Atlantic Un…
 
The world of theater performances is often thought of as being composed of wealthy persons who received elite educations at art institutions all so they could be observed by a small, wealthy elite at exclusive and expensive gatherings. Theater is seen as an insular, elitist practice, for and by a select few. However, this image of theater is deeply…
 
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