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Think is a daily, topic-driven interview and call-in program hosted by Krys Boyd covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and emerging trends to food and wine, travel, adventure, and entertainment.
 
This is where we come to escape. To be free. This is your place. My place. Our space to be smart as fuck, loud as fuck, sexy as fuck, and black as fuck. No judgements, No fears, No restrictions. Just two Black girls spreading their magic unapologetically. Welcome to Tha Haven
 
The year 2018 was the deadliest in modern American history when it comes to school shootings. It was also the year a tiny theater company of teen actors in Dallas set out to create an original stage play about our deep divisions over Second Amendment rights, mass shootings, background checks and automatic weapons. Americans are either pro-gun or anti-gun – at least that’s how the issues get framed. But these arguments aren’t actually binary. In Gun Play, a five-part podcast series co-produce ...
 
The world is more mysterious than most people are comfortable imagining. We cross paths with the mystical from time to time and may not even notice it. If we do, we quickly return to our usually mundane daily existence. But what if we not only acknowledged the unknown, we investigated it and spoke with those in the know? That’s what co-hosts Scott & Forrest, and their producer Tess Pfeifle do at Astonishing Legends. With the power of the well-vetted Astonishing Research Corps, they have acce ...
 
A light-hearted weekly podcast looking at the strange, bizarre and sometimes frightening world we live in. Hosted by Tom, Rob and Hannah . Everything from serial killers, aliens, conspiracies and cannibalism ! Find us on Facebook @robotsforeyespodcast, Instagram @robotsforeyespodcast Twitter @robotsforeyes, robotsforeyes@gmail.com www.patreon.com/robotsforeyespodcast www.robotsforeyespodcast.teemill.com
 
An overweight, 61-year-old retiree, with zero hiking experience, decided to hike the entire 2,185.3 mile length of the Appalachian Trail in 2014. What could possibly go wrong? As his brother, Mike, commented, "It's a bit like taking up boxing and fighting Mike Tyson in your first bout." Join Steve and his guests as they discuss all aspects of the trail, from gear to Lyme Disease, then back to trail magic and injury.
 
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Gun laws are worked out by legislatures and courts, but it’s the ATF that actually inspects gun dealers and enforces many of these laws. Alain Stephens of The Trace joins host Krys Boyd to talk about his investigation of more than 2,000 inspections of gun deals by the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which reveals a syst…
 
Pada podcast ini saya membagikan cara jualan laku keras dengan melakukan riset market. Kebanyakan pebisnis ketika memulai usaha terlalu fokus dengan produk yang mau dijual, padahal kunci utamanya terletak pada market. That's why market research sangat krusial dalam bisnis. Bisa bayangin kamu ngobrolin K-pop ke para teknisi mesin? Betul, gak menutup…
 
We've got a couple of overachievers on the show today. Kera and Bill decided that an Appalachian Trail thru-hike wasn't sufficient to scratch their adventure itch, so they went straight from their 2200-mile walk to a 5000-mile bike trip, crossing the country from Bar Harbor to San Diego–taking a fairly circuitous route, it must be said! The two of …
 
From slave-owning founding fathers to racist policies codified post-Reconstruction, America often leaves out key parts of its history in the retelling. Clint Smith, a staff writer at The Atlantic, joins host Krys Boyd to walk through several American institutions and discuss the role they’ve played in racial injustice to this day. His book is calle…
 
As the 100-year anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre is marked this year, many Americans have had their eyes opened to the existence of a Black Wall Street in that city. Shennette Garrett-Scott, associate professor of history and African American Studies at the University of Mississippi, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how many Black Wall Stre…
 
On the 12th April 1961 Yuri Gagarin became the first human to leave Earth's gravity and complete an orbit of earth. But are the history books right? Was Yuri really the first person to try? Two Italian brothers may have discovered disturbing evidence pointing to dangerous and secretive missions later covered up by Russia. Who should we believe? Tim…
 
Urban planners look to present day metropolises to guide the future; what if, instead, they looked to cities of the ancient past? Annalee Newitz, contributing opinion writer for The New York Times, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about cities that lasted millennia and then disappeared, and the answers they can provide for how we live together today. H…
 
LGBTQ identity is celebrated at Pride events this month – but these happy occasions can’t erase a long history of discrimination, stigmatization and violence toward this community. Omar G. Encarnación, a professor of political studies at Bard College, joins host Krys Boyd to make the case that it’s time for not only apologies from the federal gover…
 
Banyak pebisnis yang seringkali membangun bisnis mereka dengan strategi bisnis yang salah, sehingga akhirnya kewalahan dalam menjalankannya dan bisnis mereka stuck di tempat Di podcast kali ini saya akan membagikan strategi yang selama ini saya gunakan untuk eksekusi bisnis-bisnis saya. Ingat, bisnis itu harus action tapi jangan gegabah dan salah l…
 
Whether you're a fan of horror films or not, you've probably heard of the 2013 motion picture, "The Conjuring." This film, starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, struck such a chord with viewers that it spawned a franchise of related films like The Conjuring sequels, The Nun, Annabelle, and The Curse of La Llorona. But the initial movie was insp…
 
If you've ever wondered how Krys chooses who she talks to or what she wants to talk about, this is your chance to find out. Every weekend Krys will share highlights from the conversations she had that week and offer a behind the scenes look at the creation process of Think. On this week’s episode: How children’s drawings are a look into their thoug…
 
Due to unforeseen circumstances and insane happenings this week, we asked you guys to give us your questions and stories ! The result, the funniest podcast episode we have done as a trio! Want a giggle? Get listening! Normal topics will resume next week! FB/IG @robotsforeyespodcast podbelly.com elyucateco.com retrovague.com Code robots for 10% off …
 
Black artists have contributed immeasurably to American culture – but having their voices heard hasn’t always been easy. This hour, host Krys Boyd talks about gatekeeping and Black expression with a prominent attorney who works with Black artists to sign fair contracts, a writer who mined her own experiences in the music industry for her latest Y.A…
 
The writing of the Second Amendment codified a system where Black people could not own guns while white enslavers could. Carol Anderson is the Charles Howard Candler Professor and Chair of African American Studies at Emory University. She joins host Krys Boyd to discuss gun ownership in America and how expanding that right often leaves out Black ci…
 
With assistive technology, people with disabilities have options to help navigate the world. Devi Lockwood is an assistant editor at Rest of World, and she joins host Krys Boyd to talk about significant advancements in technology that can help users hear, see, and talk, and what’s standing in the way of those advancements reaching the people who co…
 
We can swipe left or swipe right to find the next best option, but these choices rarely add up to commitment. Pete Davis joins host Krys Boyd to talk about why, in a world of endless choices, true freedom comes when we finally make a decision. His book is called “Dedicated: The Case for Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing.”…
 
Children ask a lot of questions, and too often we dismiss them instead of embracing their wonder. Jana Mohr Lone is director and founder of the University of Washington’s Center for Philosophy for Children. She joins host Krys Boyd to talk about why children offer unique viewpoints on life’s philosophical mysteries, and why it’s important to take t…
 
In 1980, the body of a local Yorkshire man named Zigmund Adamski was discovered more than 20 miles from his home with suspicious burn marks and goo on his body. The police tried to solve the murder but the deeper they got… the stranger the case became. Was this really the work of a murderer? Or something more PARANORMAL?BUY OFFICIAL TPL MERCHwww.th…
 
When Civil Rights leaders are trying to get an idea across to Americans, a common strategy is to get American allies abroad onboard with the same idea. Brenda Gayle Plummer is a professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and she joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the deeply rooted tradition of fighting anti-Black racism by appeali…
 
When complex social justice ideas get reduced to a single word or phrase, they become easy to weaponize. Nesrine Malik is a columnist and features writer for the Guardian, and she joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how “wokeness,” “political correctness,” “free speech,” “cancel culture” and other shorthand terms are used to both drive and tamp down…
 
As lockdowns spread across the country last spring, the economy tanked. But the aftermath wasn’t as bad as predicted. New York Times economics reporter Ben Casselman joins host Krys Boyd to talk about what was predicted for the nation’s fiscal health, why the ripple effects weren’t as far reaching as they could’ve been, and who could still use a li…
 
If you've ever wondered how Krys chooses who she talks to or what she wants to talk about, this is your chance to find out. Every weekend Krys will share highlights from the conversations she had that week and offer a behind the scenes look at the creation process of Think. On this week’s episode: 5 tips for being a better communicator. Featured co…
 
Gary Ridgway is an American serial killer and necrophile convicted for the deaths of 48 women in December 2003. His string of shocking crimes date back to the early 1980’s. A sexually motivated killer who targeted young women and girls dumping their bodies in clusters along the green river. We take a look at his life and how these awful crimes happ…
 
Two and a half-years after slavery was outlawed, the news made its way to Galveston, Texas. The occasion has been a state holiday since 1980 and many cities across the country now commemorate Juneteenth. Harvard historian Annette Gordon-Reed grew up in Texas, and she joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the history of Texas exceptionalism, an economic m…
 
Saya rasa semua orang sudah aware bahwa judging tidak baik. Tapi apakah Anda sadar bahwa kebiasaan judging dan memberi label terhadap orang lain juga berdampak terhadap diri Anda sendiri dan bisa menyebabkan gagal dalam hidup? Hal ini membuat Anda terbiasa untuk memberi label bahkan untuk diri sendiri. Bagus kalau labelnya positif, bagaimana kalau …
 
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