Jeremy Miller is using Jasper to distribute computing.
In the early 1960s the United States government wanted one thing: for Fidel Castro to sleep wit da fishes. They recruited gangsters and brain geniuses Sam Giancana and Joseph Roselli to help them take out the trash. Matt Christman (Chapo Trap House) joins us to talk the mob’s role in the JFK and RFK assassinations and the attempt on Fidel’s life. And at 24:20min - I put in a little clip of us listening to a deposition of Jeffrey Epstein being questioned about his penis (it’s so great). Bonus Monday Show On Patreon. Help by subscribing to us on YouTube so we can get dumb opportunities with video in the future. Facebook is another way to connect to the podcast. Leave us a 5 star review. Thanks for listening.
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In possibly our most ambitious audio experiment to date, we invite Matt Christman from Chapo Trap House to chart a history of Liberalism and American politics. What is it? Where did it go wrong? How does it fit into a star wars analogy?
There’s also a good 10 minutes on the upcoming Ozyfest music festival featuring headlining act Hillary Clinton. The Aum Shinrikyo death cult comes up at the beginning. I don’t know we talk about all kinds of shit, it’s a big one.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/user-423070290/matt-christmans-softcore-history
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Ep. #21: Making Sense Of The Entire Picture Of Trump’s Shady Real Estate Deals – Talking Points Memo
New Yorker writer Adam Davidson has covered some of Donald Trump’s shadiest deals. In this episode, Davidson walks through the recent global financial history that paved the way for Trump to pursue business with unsavory characters.Image Credit: TPM Illustration / Getty Images
Special Guest Merlin Mann joins Jason to discuss the weather, old speakers, Apple’s latest TV acquisition, the long slow fade of 32-bit Mac apps, and the arrival of a new version of his favorite iOS writing app.
Merlin Mann joins Brett once again to discuss—in typically humorous
fashion—dogs, personal digital assistants, Apple tech, productivity hacks,
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It’s not a movie, it’s a theatre phenomenon—and now that Myke has seen “Hamilton” in London and Jason has seen it in “San Francisco”, it’s time to talk about it.
(This conversation originally appeared in Upgrade 177 on Relay FM, but features six minutes of additional material.)
The Talk Show
‘Our Name Is Our Address’, With Special Guest Jason Kottke
Saturday, 24 March 2018
Finally. Jason Kottke is on the show to talk about 20 years of writing his eponymous website.
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Dean Allen: “How to Make Soup”
Kottke on Dean Allen.
Yours truly on Dean Allen.
Craig Mod’s “On Margins” podcast.
Kottke’s 9/11 coverage.
This episode of The Talk Show was edited by Caleb Sexton.
Antonín Dvořák: Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.53
I. Allegro ma non troppo (00:00) II. Adagio ma non troppo (10:37) III. Finale: Allegro giocoso ma non troppo (19:36)
Hilary Hahn, violin
Czech Philharmonic Zdeněk Mácal, conductor
August 27, 2006 Congress Center Villach, Kärnten
Grab a porg, put on your matching necklaces, and get out your ancient Jedi texts—it’s time to discuss “The Last Jedi,” episode VIII of the “Star Wars” saga. (And if we missed something, please understand that we’ve only seen it once so far!)
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