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For those looking for a brief podcast on Ukrainian history (may have a slant so good to supplement)… 

The real and imagined history of Ukraine

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-real-and-imagined-history-of-ukraine/id1346207297?i=1000552254822 

https://megaphone.link/VMP8516007310 

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34 minutes ago, Adi11aQ said:

I haven’t listened to the podcast yet, but I definitely do since I’ve been studying the history of Ukraine for the past several years, and I’m willing to find out more about it. Also, I hope you will explain in more detail what you meant by “imagined history of Ukraine.” I don’t think I’ve met this wording/ concept anywhere else. By the way, are you posting your podcast only on apple music, or do you also use any of the rest of the Top 7 podcast hosting services? I use Spotify and wonder if I could find your podcast there. 

Whoever you are, you've stumbled into the wrong forum. 

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I haven’t read the comment yet, but I definitely do since I’ve been studying the history of comments on Head-Case for the past several years, and I’m willing to find out more about it. Also, I hope you will explain in more detail what you meant by “AI language bot.” I don’t think I’ve met this wording/ concept anywhere else. By the way, are you posting your comments only on head-case.org, or do you also use any of the rest of the Top 7 places that have nothing to do with headphones? I use SomaFM and wonder if I could find your comment there. 

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So, I follow this guy Craig Benzine on the YouTubes (aka WheezyWaiter), and he started up a podcast with Greg Benson (MediocreFilms). 

So naturally they start a podcast -- Two Guys Talking About Lettuce

https://anchor.fm/lettuceguys

It is what you would think, but also nothing that you would think. 

If you enjoy two comedians spending an hour just doing bits, this is for you.

They started to put them on the YouTube as well. 

There is something about humor that does not resolve that I really enjoy.

 

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On 6/23/2020 at 8:30 PM, TMoney said:

I've enjoyed Michael Lewis' Against the Rules podcast the past two seasons. If you enjoy Michael's written work, you'll be right at home.

First season was on the role of referees in American society, the second season was on the role of coaches.

https://atrpodcast.com/

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Listening to this two years later. It's quite good. And who knew it is antivenin, not antivenom?

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Latest season on the distrust of experts was also pretty poignant. I was worried Lewis would retreat a bit after what happened to his daughter but I am glad he is back on his horse doing his thing. 

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On 6/19/2022 at 9:39 AM, TMoney said:

Latest season on the distrust of experts was also pretty poignant. I was worried Lewis would retreat a bit after what happened to his daughter but I am glad he is back on his horse doing his thing. 

I am finding season 2 to be unlistenable.

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I've really been enjoying this one, "A History of Rock Music in 500 Songs."

It is a bit like a audiobook history of rock music with musical snippets thrown in.

I just jumped in mid-stream. No need to start at the beginning.

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Spies don’t talk—it’s the cardinal rule of the business. But here at Foreign Policy, we get them to open up. On I Spy, we hear from the operations people: the spies who steal secrets, who kill adversaries, who turn agents into double agents. Each episode features one spy telling the story of one operation.

https://foreignpolicy.com/podcasts/ispy/

 

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My podcast with the Chief of Police in Austin on police reform is out on all your favorite podcast providers.  He wouldn’t stop playing with his key ring the whole show, but it is an interesting look at how they are changing police training to train police that fit better in today’s world. 

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/security-concepts/id1532932465?i=1000569008541

 

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