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  1. Episode 134: How Juan Bobo Got To Los Nueba Yores

    Narration of "How Juan Bobo Got to los Nueba Yores", part of the Speculative Fiction for Dreamers: A Latinx Anthology from Ohio State University Press.

    Order Speculative Fiction for Dreamers: https://ohiostatepress.org/books/titles/9780814257982.html

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/user-733327042/how-juan-bobo-got-to-los-nueba-yores
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue Jan 25 07:07:30 2022 Available for 30 days after download

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  2. Attention Required! | Cloudflare

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    https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/palin-around/episode-fifty-four-TC0J82lH6xk/

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  3. Stranded - what Claire learned from falling - Conversations - ABC Radio

    Claire Nelson was in the Joshua Tree National Park hiking alone when she strayed from the trail and slipped, shattering her pelvis. Her phone was out of range, and she knew she had to stay alive long enough for someone to realise she was missing (R)

    https://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/conversations/claire-nelson-joshua-tree-hiking-danger-missing-stranded/13526504

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  4. Coffee with Comrades: Episode 146: “Prefiguring Justice” ft. Your Friendly Butch Anarchist

    On today’s edition of Coffee with Comrades, we spoke with Lee—better known as Your Friendly Butch Anarchist—about community accountability.

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    https://coffeewithcomrades.com/episode-145-prefiguring-justice-ft-your-friendly-butch-anarchist

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  5. The Blood Zone: #10a - White Collar Mario From The Future

    hey everyone! for the 10th episode i’ve brought game academic and writer Alex Ross on board for part one of a punishingly long journey relitigating all the ridiculous things of independent game development scenes past via a few documentaries. the three we talked about today are: the famous commercial for the indie game scene "Indie Game The Movie", the obscure cult recruitment video "Us and the Game Industry", and the goofy 2010 time capsule "Get Bonus: The Movie" make sure to keep your ears peeled for a bonus mini-essay i wrote for the episode at the end. you can find the text of it here:

    stay tuned for a part 2 where we look at a few documentaries that are little bit more recent! Alex Ross’s twitter:

    Indie Game: The Movie:

    Indie Game: The Movie Vimeo shorts:

    review on RogerEbert.com about Indie Game: The Movie (i erroneously said it was reviewed by Ebert himself, but it was reviewed by Odie Henderson):

    My (archived) Indie Game: The Movie review on the now defunct Midnight Resistance website:

    Soulja Boy provides his thoughts on Braid:

    Us and the Game Industry trailer:

    (you can watch it for free on tubitv.com) Stephanie Beth (director)’s Gamasutra page:

    GET BONUS: The Movie (youtube reupload):

    tim rogers’s current youtube channel:

    music used: "Downstream" by Shira Kammen, and "Lullabye Set" by Shira Kammen and Pam Swan, featured in the game Braid (2008) "Asobi", "The Drifting/I Don’t Wanna Be With You" and "Sabaku" by the Zazen Boys, featured on their album "4" and also in GET BONUS

    https://thebloodzone.libsyn.com/10a-white-collar-mario-from-the-future

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  6. OFTV Presents - Interview with Abram J Lewis

    In this double-length episode, OFTV speaks to trans historian Abram J. Lewis about TAO (Transsexual Action Organization), about oral history work, and about how magic, witchcraft, and "unreason" intersect with the emergence of Gay Liberation and early trans organizations.

    AJ Lewis is a post doctoral fellow at Grinnell College in Iowa, and the co-founder of the NYC Trans Oral History Project, a partnership with the New York Public Library system.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/onefromthevaultspodcast/oftv-presents-interview-with-abram-j-lewis
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue Jul 13 23:55:38 2021 Available for 30 days after download

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