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  1. S&L Podcast - #327 - Real Housewives of the Aegean — Sword & Laser

    Why we think Amazon may have been cribbing off us,  the reality TV connection to ancient Greece, and the raging 2X audiobook debate



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    Maui Brewing Co. Big Swell


    Basil Hayden Bourbon



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  2. S&L Podcast - #325 - Mythology Ideology — Sword & Laser

    We're very excited about the Expanse coming back and Gail Carriger's plans and that the "What are we drinking" segment got a good review! Plus the different takes on mythology from our two latest book picks.

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    Tom: Baron de Lustrac, Armagn

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  3. Designing podcasts, sneakers and rom coms - Stop Everything! - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    99% Invisible's Avery Trufelman lets us in on some of the design podcast's secrets, multi-hyphenate New York street culture vulture Bobbito Garcia on his autobiographical documentary and Golden Gibbo-nominated comedian Margot Tanjutco dishes on romcoms and performs a song for us.

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  4. The Antarctic Sun: News about Antarctica - Podcast: The South Pole Traverse

    In Antarctica, scientists conduct cutting edge research on a harsh and barren continent. It's no easy task, but to help make it happen, the U.S. Antarctic Program employs small army of support staff to get these researchers the supplies they need, transport them to where they need to go and keep them safe throughout.

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  5. PodcastOne: The Deep Cut: Did Daenerys’s Decision in GoT Mirror Decisions by Historical Military Leaders in Our World?

    This week on The Deep Cut with John Rocha, Rocha welcomes Game of Thrones pundit and enthusiast Emma Fyffe to discuss Daenerys Targaryen's decision at the end of this past week's episode of Game of Thrones, 'The Bells'. They debate if the showrunners and the show writers have done a good job this season of laying down the groundwork for the turn. Explore the history of Dany's actions and statements, both in the show and in the books, to see if the decision she made was in character or out of the blue. They discuss an article in The Atlantic written by Spencer Kornhaber where he interviews Cornell University historian Barry Strauss about Dany's decision and if it mirrored historical decisions by military leaders in our world. And finally, they debate if what Dany did actually indicates that she is 'mad' or if she decided to make a military decision here and is in fact, NOT crazy. To read The Atlantic article, click here:

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