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The podcast that aims to unlock mysteries of the past with the key of fact. Hosted by John Rain (Smershpod), David Reed (Inside The Comedian) and Eleanor Morton. Follow us on Twitter: All Rather Mysterious - @AllRatherPod John - @MrKenShabby Eleanor - @EleanorMorton David - @MrDavidReed See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to the I'd Rather Anime podcast with The Otaku Couple (otherwise known as Chelsea and Ben)! This is where we talk about all things anime, new and old, with the addition of our thoughts, opinions, and banter. You could be doing other things, but we know you'd rather anime with us! Be sure to follow and connect with us on Twitter @IdRatherAnime. Thanks for choosing to anime with us! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/idratheranime/support
 
Historically the modern evangelical church has been pretty prescriptive about what you must believe. And if you are uncertain in those beliefs, your faith is called into question. What if you could hold spirituality and uncertainty in tension? I believe that you can. And when you do, you understand what it means to be deeply spiritual but rather uncertain.
 
Washington is in turmoil, the world is on edge and there are warning signs everywhere. All blinking red. Veteran journalist Dan Rather has seen it all. Rather became Facebook’s favorite newsman by bringing context and perspective to a turbulent news cycle. Now he continues to give a calming and rational voice to a world gone mad. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Would You Rather?

Ant Richardson, Cal Thomson and Patrick Shelton

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Would You Rather? is all about questions and rarely about answers. "Would you rather have long arms and short legs or short arms and long legs?" or "Would you rather have an upside-down face or back-to-front genitals? and some of the hard hitting questions you may hear discussed each week by illustrious hosts Ant Richardson, Cal Thomson and Paddy Shelton. Find out the lesser of their two evils along with their hilarious justifications. By the end you'll be wondering yourself how far you'd go.
 
Would You Rather? with Velvet Valhalla is a podcast about making decisions. Each week Velvet, your drag entertainer on the radio, will welcome a panel of 4 guests to debate wacky and thought provoking questions, for our shared amusement. Sometimes offensive but always funny, Would you Rather? with Velvet Valhalla (released every Wednesday) is just the right dose of comedy to get you through hump day. New episodes are available every Wednesday at www.VelvetValhalla.com Music Credit: "There It ...
 
New Wave Radio focuses on awareness and education geared to our listeners. Our topics will be centered on items that directly affect both you and your horse as they relate to today's horse world. Our business is 3 fold in nature: 1. Technology: Exploring and keeping a constant eye on the horizon as to what can be beneficial for either the horse or the owner. 2. Research: Exploring what is constantly evolving and improving within the horse community and evaluating the results received. 3. Res ...
 
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Caitlynn Abdow Velasquez was born and raised in the rolling hills of Western Massachusetts and spent her childhood exploring the outdoors, dusty old art history books, and illustrated dictionaries. In 2008 she achieved a degree in Painting and Art History at the University of Massachusetts. That same year she moved to Portland, Oregon where she now…
 
Lia and Jerrica meet irl again and they have stories to discuss! Jerrica used her sick days to read an epic four part series she loved-until she realized it didn’t end there and has to wait half a year for the next. This brings up the “how long is too long” series discussion. Our book of the week Legendborn is part one of a series and we find ourse…
 
This week Lia and Jerrica prove that nothing can stop them from reading- and podcasting about their reading! Though it was a bit of a slump week as they disagree about the current book, Jerrica realizes the series she is side binge-reading has another installment not yet released, and Lia doesn’t feel the inspiration from her books to the point of …
 
Kola Shippentower-Thompson is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. She has co-founded and is the Director of The Wisáwca Project - Enough Iz Enough, a non-profit organization working together for change, for better communication and involvement. Kola has developed a Safety Plan to be utilized by anyone i…
 
In this episode our book of the week takes us back to the 1920s where booze is called giggle water and a modern name is Dorothy, oh, and monsters of all kinds exist! In other reading, Jerrica and Lia had a sick week and read- a lot. Jerrica’s choices were questionable as usual. And after starting the newest book of the week, Nothing to See Here by …
 
“‘Ivizia is a gorgeous-witty-wild-flower plucked from the fields of Mars for our astral entertainment.” - An awestruck podcast host “The episode is shockingly cryptic about whether it was recorded in the nude or not’” - An awestruck podcast listener Ivizia Dakini is your rabble rousing roller girl! She is 2016 Miss Exotic Oregon, and won “Most Extr…
 
This week is all about traitors! Jerrica’s mom is a traitor because she doesn’t like her baby name choices, Lia’s college romance novels are all traitors because they have no love hexagons in them, and the book of the week The Traitor Prince has one big traitor with very bad plan. They discuss their difference in opinions for this book, Jerrica com…
 
Hana Walker Brown is a Multi-Award-Winning Documentary and Podcast Creator, Composer, Writer and Creative Director. Which basically means she tells stories; really good stories. "It’s a real privilege; sitting down with a stranger and speaking until we are no longer strangers. Holding a space for someone into which they can just talk; freely, openl…
 
This week Jerrica and Lia are loopy, sleepy, giggly, and let basic math escape them. Jerrica blames pregnancy brain and Lia has the fact she’s a natural blonde to lean on, nevertheless it makes this episode interesting! They get deep into the feels while reviewing The Last Time We Say Goodbye by Cynthia Hand. Then Jerrica gets ahead of the reading …
 
Since forming as teenagers at the College of William & Mary in 2005, heavy rockers Caustic Casanova have experienced their fair share of ups and downs. Having weathered lineup changes, life threatening injuries and relentless DIY touring, the group’s highly eclectic sound has made them favorites in a crowded scene. Stereo Embers wrote of the Washin…
 
We have found a winner of the “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” awards! Our book of the week, The Bridge Kingdom by Danielle L. Jensen was not a book we’d pick up based on the cover alone and now you get to listen to us swoon over how much we love. d it. Lesson learned, authors, lesson learned. In other news, it’s suicide prevention awareness mont…
 
Olivia Dolphin is a driven content creator with a passion for storytelling and language. She is up to some wonderful things. She is a musician and singer and her publication Wizards in Space is a love-creation with deep respect for creators and their imagination. "Wizards in Space is a space for wizard writers. It’s a niche community within a commu…
 
Aunia Kahn was the 2nd guest ever on the SRTN podcast and I am so pleased Aunia is back with this lovely conversation that delves into art and its ability to heal and help us persevere. Aunia Kahn is a figurative artist, photographer, author, curator, web/graphic designer, a creative entrepreneur and inspirational speaker. Her artwork is a hybrid a…
 
Today hockey sticks, puck bunnies and players are discussed in this weeks book Rookie by Samantha Whiskey. While the characters decision making make us wonder about their mental health, we wonder also about ours. Lia confirms her rising level of stardom by sharing her road to choosing a therapist. In Jerrica’s world, therapy equals fame. And she’s …
 
Liz Medina is the Executive Director of the Vermont State Labor Council, AFL-CIO. She previously served as the co-chair of the Goddard College Staff Union, UAW 2322. Last year, she launched an oral history podcast called En Masse in an effort to build working-class culture. En Masse is part of the Labor Radio Network. She is also a member of DSA.…
 
When Joyce A. Miller turned 60, her curiosity fueled the writing for her debut historical fiction novel, Joe Harris, the Moon, based on her granduncle’s life at the beginning of the Twentieth Century. Her cousin, Bob Harris, who is a huge baseball fan and cares deeply about their family history, did most of the research for the story. It was a joy …
 
This week Lia and Jerrica swoon over the fantastical world of Heartless by Melissa Meyer and it’s fantastic narration! Never has a long book felt so quick for both of them. Loved! In other reading, Jerrica shares how bravely bold her favorite author is in her ‘f-the haters’ dedications and Lia shakes her head to the point you may actually hear it. …
 
Anika Orrock is an award-winning illustrator, writer, designer, cartoonist, storyteller & author of The Incredible Women of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League and the illustrator of “Birdie Can, Too!” by Malaika Underwood. Anika’s work is included in the Society of Illustrators 62nd Annual exhibition & book and has been featured in…
 
With her ever-growing and enthusiastic fan base, Portland-based pop-soul singer-songwriter Laryssa Birdseye is probably most known for her emotionally- powerful, sometimes scathing “break-up” songs. Laryssa’s ballads and pop anthems effortlessly tap into the universal psyche of women her age around the world who have all experienced heights and pit…
 
In this week’s episode Jerrica and Lia are in sync and in agreement - how fun! Jerrica has an epiphany while reading 1000 Doors of January and Lia helps her realize that it’s reality. Jerrica does not like reality. In books that is. If it’s fiction it needs to go all the way to fantasy land. Lia intro’s the next book, Heartless by Marissa Meyer and…
 
Ricardo Levins Morales is an artist and organizer based in Minneapolis. He uses his art as a form of political medicine to support individual and collective healing from the injuries and ongoing reality of oppression. He was born into the anti-colonial movement in his native Puerto Rico and was drawn into activism in Chicago when his family moved t…
 
In this week’s episode we talk about Strange! Both the strange summer book choices Jerrica made and the actual Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor. We admit even our window of reading this week was tight, so if you haven’t finished, listen along to Lia’s awesome summary that is nearly as long as the book. Kidding, that’s impossible. Afterwards, lea…
 
Emily Coupe is an Australian born Eurasian actress, singer, model, and film producer who has worked consistently in both Australia and Los Angeles. Emily's 1st acting credits include a co-star role on Channel 10's 'Offspring' and lead in short films ‘Heavy Tackle’, ‘The Story of Jack’, ‘I Remember The Future’, & ‘Cybersmart’ directed by Tropfest aw…
 
In today’s episode Lia and Jerrica are officially back from summer vacation, but are not sure their brains have caught up with their bodies, maybe not their bodies either since they wonder when nap time is. Nevertheless they’re still reading! They judge the cover, summarize the first three chapters and predict the plot of Strange the Dreamer by Lai…
 
This episode is a Team-Up including Martin Michaud-Couch, Sean Wynn, Ethan Slayton and Ken Volante. Featuring the following characters - Conan, Spider-Man, Shang Chi, Nick Fury, The Punisher, Gwen Stacy, The Green Goblin, and so much more! The premise is that we each describe a WHAT IF issue of Marvel Comics. What If comics explore different chains…
 
“My name is Gabriel Valentin and when it comes to comics and video games, I am a hopeless romantic. I’m talking rose petals on the bed, champagne in the ice bucket and of course a little bit of mood lighting before I stock up on potions and head into the next dungeon. My deepest passions have forever been music and storytelling. I’ve spent over a d…
 
Kristina King is an amateur weirdo based out of Portland, Oregon. Professionally, she is a former English teacher who now manages a technical support team for a leading developer of effects plugins and 3D software. While she’s had a video camera in her hands for much of her life, she is most passionate about making community and getting folks to cr…
 
To be a trope or to not be a trope? In today’s episode we discuss many tropes within YA/NA/Romance and Fantasy. Jerrica listens to a book about an author living in a trope romance, and Lia eye rolls so hard you can nearly hear it! What tropes do you love, hate, hate that you love, and love to hate? Listen in to hear all of ours!! Listen in and foll…
 
In today’s episode we read and chat about three of the books we’ve been gifted; N.L Blanford’s The Perilous Road to Her, C.E Hoffman’s Sluts and Whores, and Peter-Shaun Tyrell’s The Blood and Oath Price. We chat about our summers and continue to try to perfect our amazing summer episode jingles. Okay, no Got Talent auditions in our futures, but one…
 
Betty Jaeger is a self taught vocalist and seasoned performance artist hailing from Kalispell, Montana and writes the entirety of the group‘s song repertoire. Daughter of Montana’s Poet Laureate 2017-2018, Lowell Jaeger, she is naturally groomed to be the captivating vocalist and songwriter she has become. Her own lyrics are replete with animal and…
 
In this weeks summer special you not only get our book reviews, but also our tv/movie adaptation reviews! Surprisingly we don’t always prefer the books over the films/shows, and while we often disagree, we wholeheartedly agree on how amazing the series Brave New World is! From a book written almost 100 years ago, to a tv show that still captures th…
 
Tansi! Hello! My name is Leticia Spence, I'm from Pimicikamak and Opaskwayak Cree Nation and I am a freelance graphic designer and illustrator based in Treaty One territory. I specialize in branding and campaign work, package and logo design for both print and social media and I occasionally dabble with website development. I am passionate about co…
 
This weeks summer special is a goodie! Lia and Jerrica share their favorite books ever read, fave authors, and a few novels that have inspired them along the way. While we don’t always agree - cough cough - Jane Austin, we always encourage the love of reading! Listen in to hear our top ten best and a few of the worst. This episode will give you all…
 
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