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Space: It’s big. Like, really big. These are the misadventures of a group of misfits that accidentally found themselves on the wrong side of a wormhole, trying not to blow up the galaxy in their attempts to make the long journey home. Join us on a voyage to the stars with the wholly unqualified Captain Tucker Lentz (Colton Dunn), scatterbrained scientist Elsa Rankfort (Felicia Day), apathetic technician Stew Merkel (Steve Berg) and the misanthropic A.I. Sorry (Janet Varney). The universe wil ...
 
In October of 2015, Mike Erre launched the VOX Podcast upon a season of struggling with the church's efforts to represent who Jesus is, what he's done, and what he is doing on this earth today. Committed to Talk About Anything, Mike quickly engaged into many of culture's most challenging conversations around the LGBTQ community, American politics, church politics, and Christian culture's catastrophe of marginalizing the very people that Jesus himself would associate with. Learn more at www.v ...
 
Join us for true stories about the adventures, heroes, and misfits that shaped society by exploring and pushing the limits of the unknown. Each episode is a short story about interesting people, beautiful places, and the challenging decisions of some of history’s greatest adventures. We explore famous firsts, near misses, lost expeditions, pioneering missions, quirky events, forgotten achievements - and why they matter. Adventures highlight the extremes of the human experience. Risks amplify ...
 
It's not easy running a 50 year old space station in a remote part of the Beta Sector. Especially when you have a condescending droid as your first officer, an annoying engineer, and a bunch of misfit crew members. Join Commander Pierce as he invites you to take a glimpse at the struggles of running his newly purchased space station, while trying to host an intergalactic talk show in order to generate business.
 
Welcome to Starfound, a Starfinder actual play podcast and Twitch stream dedicated to delivering an epic space fantasy story with your help and input! Starfound is hilarious, heart rending, and harrowing story about finding home, and the family you choose. Follow our crew of misfits through the unique and brilliant Science-Fantasy world of Starfinder, as they struggle to build a colony so support the population of a dying world.
 
The year is 1999. Lurking somewhere between Hot Topic and the food court, five misfit demons from Hell kill time inciting sin in a suburban shopping mall. When the lead singer of their band goes mysteriously missing, the demons only have two weeks to find him before they play the biggest gig of the millenium - or face the wrath of Satan herself.
 
Are you ready for a revolution in film criticism? Kevin Carr and hosts the syndicated radio program Fat Guys at the Movies, with podcasts of the show available through iTunes each week. Kevin gives a unique perspective on film beyond the snobby, pretentious art-house circles. Do you like big event films with lots of awesome explosions? Or maybe you like a standard chick flick. Of course, Kevin is always there to appreciate an exploitation movie with copious amounts of boobs. Hear an everyday ...
 
TVV Show (The Very Veery Show) is a unique in it's own ways talk show which talks majorly about the innovators of the world. We mostly regard them as the misfits or the crazy ones, but i believe their stories are the most inspiring stories you can hear.
 
A lot of shiny new students were struggling with the work at hand. Jack, having completed 2 years of a Bachelor of Computer Science, offered his knowledge to aid us in our quest. Thus began the DonCast. We are a misfit group of programmers and artists currently studying the "Bachelor of Games and Virtual Worlds" course through CIT Canberra with 4 of our party at Sydney campus composing master-pieces whilst the other 4 are staring into space at Adelaide campus wondering where the internet is. ...
 
Want to be entertained throughout the week? The Fat Guys Network is here to provide you with hours of weekly programming that will wrap around you like a warm, fleshy Snuggie. Get movie reviews on Fridays, television talk on Mondays, DVD and Blu-ray picks on Tuesday, off-beat and offensive comedy on Wednesday and movie discussion throughout the weekends, all with an irreverent silliness with plenty of humor and fun. From the flagship show Fat Guys at the Movies to newer podcasts like OSNAP! ...
 
We would like to recognize a couple of the world's greatest Comedians and actors: George Burns and Gracie Allen. They are gone now, but the laughter they brought us will travel through out time and space. These scripts is in memory of George and Gracie. "Brighto" courtesy of Howard, Fine and Howard Enterprises.
 
A remote corner of a bleak system... A broken-down gunboat, stuck in space... An incompetent captain and a misfit crew... A pirate ship, a silent target, and a whole bunch of secrets... So how's YOUR day going? There have to be easier ways to make a living -- easier than dying slowly in an obsolete boat, as its power drains out and life support fails. Forget the job; forget the pirate problem: there's only time for a desperate jury-rig and maybe a little hand-wringing! And anyway...what are ...
 
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Rethinking Sin & Salvation. This episode is meaty. We start out by answering two questions that were sent in, dealing with different elements that have been discussed in this series:On the topic of disagreeing over mask wearing, sometimes vehemently: How do we hold people in both love and accountability?And then, how do we lead worship(and worship …
 
This Week: Kevin kicks things off with some news about David Cronenberg, then offers his thought on last week’s Oscars ceremony. Next, he looks at new trailers for F9 and West Side Story. Later, he reviews Separation, Without Remorse, Secrets of the Whales, Things Heard & Seen and The Mitchells vs. The Machines. Finally, he wraps things up by looki…
 
This Week: Kevin kicks things off with some news about David Cronenberg, then offers his thought on last week’s Oscars ceremony. Next, he looks at new trailers for F9 and West Side Story. Later, he reviews Separation, Without Remorse, Secrets of the Whales, Things Heard & Seen and The Mitchells vs. The Machines. Finally, he wraps things up by looki…
 
There's a reason why being true and authentic matter so much to me: I know what's on the other side. When I was young, especially during my early teenage years, I lied a lot, habitually. In this episode, which is a conversation I've had back in September of 2020, I share my long and winding path to truth and authenticity. Shownotes: https://stelief…
 
Author, activist and all around fun and great guy, Shane Claiborne is back! We sit down with Shane and talk about his journey and what brought him to the lifestyle he currently lives. We talk about everything from gun violence, sustainable living, clown school, modeling and Dolly Parton. What did Shane see when growing up that inspired him to be mo…
 
This Week: Kevin starts off with a look at the upcoming Oscar ceremoney, including his picks for the Big Six. Then, he looks at new trailers for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and Ted Lasso: Season 2. Later, he reviews Mortal Kombat, Stowaway, Frank of Ireland, Boys from County Hell and Shadow and Bone. Finally, he launches into the Home-Ci…
 
This Week: Kevin starts off with a look at the upcoming Oscar ceremoney, including his picks for the Big Six. Then, he looks at new trailers for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and Ted Lasso: Season 2. Later, he reviews Mortal Kombat, Stowaway, Frank of Ireland, Boys from County Hell and Shadow and Bone. Finally, he launches into the Home-Ci…
 
The past couple of weeks being back in Germany, I've started doing what Germans do a lot: think, and think, and think some more. It got to the point where it feels out of balance: too much introspection, too much heavy self-analysis, too much thinking and reflecting, and not enough living for the moment. At least, that's how I interpret what these …
 
Cousteau went from being nearly paralyzed and rarely swimming to becoming a pioneering explorer of the underwater world. In the middle of WWII, in occupied France, Cousteau and his friends experimented with new techniques and went on countless adventures underwater. Despite the risks and violating pretty much every rule of scuba diving safety, they…
 
Here's a book recommendation: They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera. A very quick and easy read, but one that moved me nonetheless and that I gifted to my nephews and nieces. Shownotes: https://steliefti.com/they-both-die-at-the-end/ Connect with me: https://steliefti.com https://twitter.com/steli https://www.linkedin.com/in/steliefti/…
 
“Darkness on the Edge of Town.” Gehenna. The “Valley of Hinnom.” The Lake of Fire. The Righteous and the Wicked. What does it all mean? How does the reference to the actual valley play out for those listening to Jesus? What was He talking about and warning us about? What role does this imagery of fire and burning play in the narrative of Jesus? Wha…
 
There's a magic to going into a situation completely open, unprepared and without a plan, and improvising your way into a beautiful dance. Even though there's always the risk that instead of a beautiful dance, you just stumble and fall flat on your face. But if you're not willing to get lost, you'll never find yourself in an unexpected place. Being…
 
This Week: Kevin starts things off with some box office contemplation as well as a look at Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua pulling their movie Emancipation out of Georgia. Then, he looks at new trailers for Army of the Dead and The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard. Later, he reviews In the Earth, The Rookies, Vanquish, The Banishing and the 2021 Oscar-Nomina…
 
This Week: Kevin starts things off with some box office contemplation as well as a look at Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua pulling their movie Emancipation out of Georgia. Then, he looks at new trailers for Army of the Dead and The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard. Later, he reviews In the Earth, The Rookies, Vanquish, The Banishing and the 2021 Oscar-Nomina…
 
“The Fires of New Creation.” We’re moving forward with the conversation on the Biblical narration of the the whole story. The story. The one about God’s intent, the separation of Heaven and Earth and the hope of new creation. Today we talk about fire and water and how they’re used in the Bible. Where is Judgment in this text? How did Jesus talk abo…
 
This Week: Kevin kicks things off with a look at the success of Godzilla vs. Kong at the box office and on HBOMax, and how that will play out with theaters reopening over the year. Then, he looks at new trailers for Those Who Want Me Dead and Space Jam: A New Legacy. Next, he reviews Voyagers, Thunder Force, The Power, Them and The Last Cruise. Fin…
 
This Week: Kevin kicks things off with a look at the success of Godzilla vs. Kong at the box office and on HBOMax, and how that will play out with theaters reopening over the year. Then, he looks at new trailers for Those Who Want Me Dead and Space Jam: A New Legacy. Next, he reviews Voyagers, Thunder Force, The Power, Them and The Last Cruise. Fin…
 
In 1970, a few elk near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, became famous. Researchers had the bold idea to try and track elk migrations using the Nimbus III weather satellite. It was the first attempt to track a living thing from space. Newspapers from around the world followed the adventures of the Space Elk and the development of satellite tracking. It was t…
 
I've been reading a book about personal change and anger, and one paragraph early on in the book stood out to me: [If we want to change ourselves, we should do it] very slowly, no matter how crazy or self-defeating our current behavior appears to be. It exists for a reason and may serve a positive and protective function for ourselves and others. I…
 
Making All Things New. Today, we sit down and discuss the version of Christianity we’ve been handed and the version that appears in the Bible. Mike offers a different take on the narrative, one where the goal is 'New Creation,' not the judgment —-> heaven/hell idea we were raised with. Is God’s goal to make new things or to make all things new? How…
 
This Week: Kevin starts things off with looking at some developments in streaming before heading into the Trailer Park to look at new trailers for Wrath of Man and Things Heard & Seen. Later, he reviews Godzilla vs. Kong, The Unholy, French Exit, Made for Love and Creepshow: Season 2. Finally, he wraps things up with a look at the Wonder Woman 1984…
 
This Week: Kevin starts things off with looking at some developments in streaming before heading into the Trailer Park to look at new trailers for Wrath of Man and Things Heard & Seen. Later, he reviews Godzilla vs. Kong, The Unholy, French Exit, Made for Love and Creepshow: Season 2. Finally, he wraps things up with a look at the Wonder Woman 1984…
 
I've been wondering how I managed to accept some of the people in my life fully—just the way they are. I'm blessed to have many friends in my life whom I love and care for, but there are very few people whom I fully accept, whose flaws and shortcomings I can have in my life without getting irritated about them. I just know that's the way they are S…
 
The Wheat & The Weeds! Matthew 13:24. “Jesus told them another parable.” Mike had this parable sitting in the back of his brain poking at him, so we dove in. We are continuing to look closely at the Christian Nationalist vision and the bonds that have been made between Christianity and the world. This is Jesus answering the question of what we are …
 
While homeschooling my two sons, I witnessed my younger one just in the midst of that special phase where you learn to read and begin to make sense of words. And I (once more) realized the importance of fun: When teaching a new skill, don't stress out about getting it right and avoiding mistakes. Don't constantly correct every mistake. Instead, tea…
 
I do believe that we all have an intuitive sense for truth. We know the truth at all times, we feel it, we can sense it deep down. But for a variety of reasons, we cover it up, we edit it, we apply a filter to it, we hide it behind logic or stories we're attached to. Here's me riffing on the idea of this inner "truth sense". Shownotes: https://stel…
 
This Week: Kevin opens the show with some updates on release dates and theater openings. Then he looks at some new trailers for The Nevers and Stowaway. Next, he looks at the new releases Nobody, Into the Dark: Blood Moon, Violation, The Irregulars and Solar Opposites: Season 2. Finally, he wraps things up with a look at the Blu-ray of Promising Yo…
 
This Week: Kevin opens the show with some updates on release dates and theater openings. Then he looks at some new trailers for The Nevers and Stowaway. Next, he looks at the new releases Nobody, Into the Dark: Blood Moon, Violation, The Irregulars and Solar Opposites: Season 2. Finally, he wraps things up with a look at the Blu-ray of Promising Yo…
 
Today, we spend a little time holding space for the victims of the shootings in Atlanta this past week. Tim’s wife, Shauna, joins to share some of the conversations they’ve had together and that she has had in her classroom about dehumanization. Mike and Tim read and talk about perhaps the best email response they’ve ever received, pushing back on …
 
One of the questions that reading Kafka has brought up in my mind is: How much pain are we causing others by trying to carry their burden? How much of the help I'm providing to others is really in the long run taking away their potential blessings? Part of Inner Work is about looking beyond the surface of what's obvious and see the deeper ramificat…
 
This Week: Kevin starts off the show with a good-bye to Yaphet Kotto. Then he discusses the Oscar nominees for this year. Next, he takes a look at new trailers for The Last Cruie and In the Heights. Later, he reviews The Courier, Zack Snyder’s Justice League, Staged: Season 2, Slaxx and Invincible. Finally, he takes a look at the Home-Cinema Round-…
 
This Week: Kevin starts off the show with a good-bye to Yaphet Kotto. Then he discusses the Oscar nominees for this year. Next, he takes a look at new trailers for The Last Cruie and In the Heights. Later, he reviews The Courier, Zack Snyder’s Justice League, Staged: Season 2, Slaxx and Invincible. Finally, he takes a look at the Home-Cinema Round-…
 
Here's another episode that can be tagged with "aftereffects of reading Kafka". Little Voice In My Head A: "Steli, it's 11am and you've not done anything yet". To which Little Voice In My Head B responded: "Well, fuck you, I don't have to do anything if I don't have to!" And both of them got into an argument they've been through thousands of times …
 
Gombis’d. We’ve been Gombis’d. Today, we wit down with our good, good friend Dr. Timothy Gombis to talk through his new book, “Power in Weakness: Paul’s Transformed Vision for Ministry.” Gombis has left everything on the page with this one, looking closely at how Paul’s vision for ministry was transformed by his encounter with Jesus. Who was he bef…
 
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