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There's no weird like 70s weird, and no 70s weird like Japanese 70s weird! And what better way to experience that special brand of insanity than at complete random, through the lens of Lupin III? In this podcast, Holly, Mark, and Jess watch episodes of Lupin III Red Jacket (1977-1980) in an order decided beforehand by a random list generator. None of the hosts have watched a lot of the series, so for the most part they're going in fresh! Uploads every Thursday.Holly online:http://chum-person ...
 
Adobe & Teardrops highlights the best in alt-country and punk week after week. Hosted by Rachel Cholst of the long-running blog Adobe & Teardrops, the show will highlight the kind of music that gets you through the tough times and buoys you through the good ones. In music we trust. (To learn more about the podcast and read long-form reviews of the albums featured, head to www.adobeandteardrops.com)
 
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Mostly mellow vibes this week and a quick correction: I did, in fact, play King of the Tramps’ latest album on Episode 89 of Adobe & Teardrops, way back when. Mike Meehan and The Lucky Ones -- “Cross to Bear” (Freaks and Wonders) King of the Tramps -- “Death’s Door” (Wicked Mountain) Brightwire -- “Cracked Edges” (Cracked, Flawed, and Frayed) Baile…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the Choose Your Struggle podcast. Listen to real-life people share their struggles with addiction and mental health and #EndTheStigma today. Otherwise, not a whole lot going on -- just the usual blend of Americana, country, punk and funk! Album of the Week: Uncle Ben’s Remedy -- Easy Way to Here If you’re looking…
 
Episode watched: #100 "The Ultra Operation In The Train" In this episode, Zenigata gets hit on constantly as the gang tries to steal Lupin the 1st's shitty painting. This week we talk about just to cyberbully Holly, bad 100th, Chargeman Ken Reanimated, vaccine time, fishtank lamp story, national disgrace, president dishwasher, gay wizard, art is fa…
 
Mark Donnigan’s experience spans 20 years as a transformative B2B and enterprise marketing and business leader driving demand, brand development, and strategy for startup, emerging, and growth-stage companies, backed by some of the largest VC firms in Silicon Valley. He has managed teams of 25 people, comprising marketing, SDR/BDRs, and account exe…
 
New year, new intro! This week is a fun grab-bag of singles and deep cuts from albums I enjoyed in 2020. In case you missed it, you can listen to my interview with Mike West on Into the Van! Two Cow Garage -- “History Now” (Brand New Flag) Dan Whitaker -- “Movin’ On With You” (Movin’ On With You) Oklahoma Uprising -- “Karma” (High Sign) Jeremy Pars…
 
Episode watched: #134 "The Surrounded Summit Strategy" In this episode we get a delightful surprise in the twilight days of Red Jacket as Zenigata traps Lupin on a mountain surrounded by 10 million cops. This week we talk about clearing a low bar, my girls, stardew time, f-bomb title, deep Massachusetts cuts, gay little truck, oil exterminators, li…
 
Here it is -- my top 10 of 2020! There are probably a lot of people you’d expect me to have in my top 20, like John Moreland and American Aquarium. While those artists made huge strides in pushing their own boundaries, they just didn’t make as much of an emotional impact on me as the albums featured here. For me, top albums need to both push bounda…
 
Episode watched: #031 "Twins Pique" In this episode, 2 twins are both after the other half of a treasure map that they have tattooed on their backs! This involved killing each other, somehow. This week we talk about Swedish chef representation, Gamecube death, being sick, steal the sun, two babes inside you, a long boring fight, manslicing, glue ma…
 
There are probably a lot of people you’d expect me to have in my top 20, like John Moreland and American Aquarium. While those artists made huge strides in pushing their own boundaries, they just didn’t make as much of an emotional impact on me as the albums featured here. For me, top albums need to both push boundaries AND make me FEEL SOMETHING. …
 
This week on the Product Science Podcast, we’re back with a new interview with Marty Cagan, founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group, to talk about his new book, EMPOWERED: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Products. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we learn what lead him to write a new book, and why many business leaders underestima…
 
This week, Rachel is joined by long-list twin Gabe DiChiara and her love Rosa Schneider! The trio talk yearning, unrequited love, and Elizabeth Warren (cw for Bernie or Bust bros: maybe skip the intro and go straight to the music.) This playlist was prompted by the Sappho poem “Deathless Aphrodite.” Rosa reads Anne Carson’s translation in her sexie…
 
Episode watched: #123 "Robbery In Paris" In this episode, a small girl has a crush on Lupin, and he is fortunately very uncomfortable about that! This week we talk about Giant Robo, big blue lady, so many boys, landlord yelling, goth fish, just some guy, kinda weird, lads on the porch, Lupin vs the HOA, ramen fun, GUESS I'LL DIE, drunk challenging,…
 
This week on the Product Science Podcast, we're revisiting our first episode, where we sat down with Marty Cagan, founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group, to talk about the lessons he’s learned over his long career in product management. Marty has a new book out, EMPOWERED: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Products, and we'll bring him back on th…
 
This week we get into punk, country, jazz, women’s music...all of it, really. Apologies for the pop filter bumping against the mic -- I didn’t realize that was happening! Album of the Week: Roof Beams -- This Life Must Be Long I’ve enjoyed the Maryland-based Roof Beams’ brand of authentic folk rock for some time now. Speaking of time, the band had …
 
Episode watched: #032 "Lupin The Interred" In this episode, Lupin has a hit put out on him, and everyone is trying to get him into protective custody! This week we talk about useless shitty box, steal everything kids, my strongest potion, twice is the only way to record, gay driving safety, Fujiko's tinnitus, does a gay little walk, (clonk), Jay Sh…
 
Parul Goel is a Product Leader at PayPal. She currently heads payments for the PayPal Commerce Platform, an enterprise product she helped build from scratch. She is passionate about innovating in the enterprise product space. In her career spanning over fifteen years, Parul has been part of several complex product builds, some have been very succes…
 
Rachel still has Thanksgiving brain, but put together all the best in Americana, country, folk, and...classical music? Album of the Week: Adeem the Artist -- Forgotten Songs and American Dreams Adeem is a fellow contributor at Country Queer, but even if I didn’t know him to be a gentleperson and a scholar, I’d fall in love with his music. Funny, to…
 
Brent Tworetzky is the COO of Parsley Health, where he leads product, finance, and operations. He co-founded and runs the NY Product Conference. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we talk about how Brent has transformed his company by following product principles on an organizational level. Read the show notes to learn more.…
 
We cut right to the chase this week with some of the finest Americana out there, plus an interview with Elli Perry about her incredible new song “Glynn County.” The song is only available on her site, and the proceeds go to YOUth Speak, a Glynn County-based youth group that is already making positive change in the wake of Ahmaud Arbury’s murder. Th…
 
Episode watched: #017 (or 018) "My Birthday Pursuit" In this episode, a parody of The Pink Panther (1963) happens! Turns out that movie's very racist! This week we talk about dipshit bones and fuckup skin, Stop!! Hibari-kun!, workout boy, boring hosts, cartoon animal vs fursuit, Stonebones Jones, Batman villains, gross, racism time, Lupin babies, C…
 
Beth Toland is the Head of Experience Research at Asana. A seasoned researcher with a passion for data-informed design, Beth leads the user research team at Asana, working closely with the product team to drive the company's strategy. Prior to joining Asana, Beth led user research teams at consultancies, design agencies, and larger in-house compani…
 
Meg Williams is the founder of Harper Valley PR but, more importantly, she’s an advocate of the Chicago country scene. Meg backed Rainbow Rodeo, the first (known) queer country zine, so she’s joing us as a co-host today! Bella did not back the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter but she also had a lot to say during today’s episode. (She puked right after the…
 
Marc Abraham is an experienced product management practitioner and a Head of Product - Engagement at London-based ASOS. He’s worked for a large number of successful digital organizations, from startups to more established businesses. He’s the author of My Product Management Toolkit, which came out in 2018, and the recent Managing Product = Managing…
 
Rachel is joined by British Americana artist Mike West to share views on authenticity in country music, Dungeons & Dragons, and all there is to know about the British Americana scene. You can find Mike’s website here and follow him on Twitter at @mike333west or Instagram at @mike333west This week’s episode is sponsored by WYLD Gallery in Austin, TX…
 
Episode watched: #144 "Fujiko's Close Call Rescue Operation" In this episode, Fujiko is thrown into a death piggy bank for (checks notes) tourism purposes. This week we talk about ghost bux, continued Ranma brain, cook or die, metal catholicism, fuck gyms, hot new aprons, LUPIN YOU CAN JUST BE A GIRL HOLY SHIT, weird old men disaster, yo you got ho…
 
Rajesh Nerlikar has more than 15 years of product management experience. Prior to becoming Chief Product Advisor at Prodify, he was a consultant at Accenture, an entrepreneur, a product manager at 2 DC startups that exited, and a director of product at Morningstar. He is also currently serving as Vice President of Product at Savonix, a Prodify clie…
 
Just in time for Election Day and right after the US, Austin Lucas and I talk vampires, politics, and overcoming entitlement -- all stemming from his beautiful new album Alive in the Hot Zone! Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst…
 
Adobe & Teardrops is huge in India? Also, in spite of all the tough stuff going on, there’s always room for interactions with adorable young people! Plus -- an interview with folk duo Sally and George! Don’t forget -- there’s more music on the site! Magana -- “Morning Person” (You Are Not a Morning Person) Pale Fire -- “King Salt” (Husbands) Stepha…
 
Episode watched: #036 "The Riddle of Tsukikage Castle" In this episode, it's Goemon's turn to pick the heist for some reason. This week we talk about terminal Ranma brain, full assets, no voleyball in Lupin, treasure map will, slicr, non-standard hot chick, FUCK mountains, fashion icon, what are bats, almost died, waltz on into the demon gate, NEXT…
 
Carlos González de Villaumbrosia is the Founder and CEO of Product School, the global leader in product management training with a community of over one million product professionals. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we talk about how Carlos teaches product management, and why reputation is everything. Read the show notes to learn mo…
 
Of anniversaries, weird cakes, plot twists, and even weirder role-playing games. And baseball? It’s all here, even your new favorite Americana artists! Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/ Album of the Week: Stephan…
 
Epsiode watched: #010 "Who's Vroomin' Who?" In this episode, we learn of Lupin and the gang's crippling gambling addiction! This week we talk about gay anime, itch games, another night in the woods, cowgirl fujiko, boring car talk, hooray for gambling, drawn without reference materials, a very special episode, ugly ugly racers, got that poop truck,…
 
Robbie Kellman Baxter has more than 20 years of experience providing strategic business advice to major organizations, including Netflix, Fitbit, Microsoft, and Consumer Reports. She has been focused on subscription and growth strategies for the past decade. Baxter has been featured in the WSJ and on CNN. She has her MBA from the Stanford GSB, and …
 
It’s episode 141 and Rachel has the sensitivity of a Victorian lady. Also, great music from fabulous people. MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT COUNTRY SOUL SONGBOOK THIS WEEKEND! Album of the Week: CF Watkins -- Babygirl CF Watkins has found that sweet spot between pop and Americana -- a brass ring that many recent artists have shot at and missed the mark. I…
 
Episode watched: #106 "You're The Cat, I'm A Dried Tuna!" We're joined this week by Kay for one of Those episodes! This week we talk about a horrible first ep, mined craft, Holly's nice orbs, rabbit cats, the rounder Fujiko theory, ACAG, in comes Lupin, worst criminals, Dr Evil bullshit, the daily child, discombobulated meme animal, wasting our tim…
 
Paul Gebel is the Director of Product Innovation at ITX Corp, where he leads a team of 15 product managers working on enterprise client accounts overseeing 7 Agile teams. He’s also an adjunct professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology and the host of Product Momentum, a Product Development Strategy podcast. In this episode of the Product Sc…
 
Rachel’s students are getting creative, but not in the ways you’d want them to. Also, hi everyone in India! Album of the Week: Izzy Heltai -- Father I’ve been a supporter of Izzy’s since he first sent me a song through SubmitHub all on his own. For his first album, though, Heltai pulled out the big guns -- and deservedly so. Father is nothing if no…
 
Episode watched: #143 "The Miami Bank" In this episode, the manager of a failing bank begs Lupin to rob him, and he for some reason obliges. This week we talk about they don't stop comin', sticker hell, Hamegg and Garlick, worst cellphone user, straight vibing, Zenigata octopus whisperer, zany beach chase, you can just be a girl, infinite telephone…
 
Tricia Maia is a product leader with 9 years experience in designing, launching, and scaling digital products across industries, from startups to Fortune 15 companies. She has spoken and written on topics ranging from human-centered design in the enterprise to digital inclusion, and specializes in mobile platforms, design thinking, and product grow…
 
I was super late getting this one out, so everyone gets to hear the Patreon songs! Also, found poetry! Album of the Week: Lydia Loveless -- Daughter Daughter finds Americana stalwart Loveless at the ebb of significant upheaval: a divorce, a relocation, a cathartic but tumultuous outing of bad practices at her previous label, Bloodshot Records, the …
 
Episode watched: #109 "Lupin Only Lives Twice" In this episode, Fujiko enters Lupin into a life-or-death bet without telling him! This week we talk about bean boys 2, avatar again, big thinky, elf patterned balding, I hate this show, this is how she wins, surprise knives, none of us are funny, Jigen fridge, moai head man, dirt periscope, Twice Is T…
 
Susan Lindner is an innovation storyteller and the Founder & CEO of Emerging Media, an award-winning PR, marketing, and branding agency. Susan speaks to startups, innovators, and top executives from 60+ countries at GE, PWC, Deutchebank, and Capital One, and at global conferences, consulates, and trade organizations about strategic storytelling: ma…
 
Listen to the Amythyst Kiah episode of Country Queer Spotlight. This is your last chance to back the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter! Album of the Week: Bette Smith -- The Good, The Bad, The Bette Bette Smith is a Bed-Stuy native -- and Southern soul seems to course through her veins. At least, that’s how it sounds on her debut album, produced by Drive B…
 
Episode watched: #093 "Invading The Great Wall" In this episode, Lupin drinks some book juice and becomes just the MOST insufferable. This week we talk about Gundam good, back to work, turtle power, interviews, who the fuck is Mao, crime scientist, bike rush hour, (speaking Chinese), nickelodeon slime, Goemon racist moments, book poisoning, communi…
 
Adam Thomas is a product manager with 10 years of experience as a “wartime” product person. As Director of Product at Informed, he built a product research and development practice from the ground up, teaching his team solid research methodologies as well as getting buy-in from stakeholders to build things the right way. In this episode of the Prod…
 
L’Shanah tovah! Let’s dig deep into an extra-large episode of blues, punk, rock, pop, and country music. Why is it longer? Because I can! Also, some good news! Don’t forget to back the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter! Album of the Week: Daniel Romano -- How Ill Thy World Is Ordered This is a stunning album, with dense prophetic lyrics. Romano’s delivery …
 
Episode watched: #052 "Emmanuelle in Bangkok" In this episode, a woman manages to be sexier than Fujiko, and that turns out to be the only thing Lupin needs to betray her for once! This week we talk about titty connoisseur, crusading kings, poor stupid son, ring fit Mark, horrible worm man, boob lady, better at seducing, canned cat sounds, guys bei…
 
Named by Fortune as one of the top 10 influential women in games, Amy Jo Kim is a game designer, community architect, and innovation coach. Her design credits include Rock Band, The Sims, eBay, Netflix, nytimes.com, Ultima Online, Covet Fashion, and Happify. Amy Jo has helped thousands of entrepreneurs & innovators bring their ideas to life through…
 
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