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This debut episode of the Hard Reboot podcast is for all of those peole whose first line of defense against a computer related technological malfunction is to execute a hard reboot. Is your computer acting funny? It's nothing a hard reboot can't fix! As much as I wish a hard reboot was the answer for everything, I know better. So, this episode will hopefully convince others of the importance of tech support! Tune in to the regularly scheduled podcasts to learn about technology in an understandable format!
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We're back! Jason and I have been working on this for quite some time, so it's exciting to finally reveal the "reboot" of the Let's Talk Tribe podcast. In this newish weekly podcast, we will be discussing everything Indians, baseball, and eventually a bit of post-show extras.
In this "first" episode, officially episode 21, we give our thoughts on the Indians offseason so far, Michael Brantley's return schedule, Spring Training battles, and we try to explain why projections systems seem to love the Indians so much. Listen and marvel as I mouth-breath my way through rambling baseball discussions while Jason provides all the real meaningful analysis.
You can find the episode embedded below, on our Blog Talk Radio page, or soon (hopefully) on iTunes. Feel free to email any feedback, suggestions, or questions to email@example.com and/or leave them in the comments below. Let us know what you think!
This week's episode clocks in at 40 minutes.
[01:44] -- Thoughts on the Indians' fiiiiiine? offseason so far
[12:41] -- Michael Brantley pickin' up bats and swinging at stuff.
[17:25] -- The importance of getting to Spring Training on time.
[18:56] -- We talk fashion. Spring Training fashion.
[19:56] -- Notable Spring Training position battles.
[33:24] -- Projections LOVE the Indians in 2016. Can we just play the game on spreadsheets this year?
Intro and outro music: I'm A Machine by Glass Lux
I grew up with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. That's right, I spelled that out because in my day that is how you said it. When the new TMNT movie came out, I was disheartened. It was another childhood dream going to mainstream and destroying the memories I had of it growing up. For this reason, I put off seeing the new film and put it to the side. Now with a sequel due for release, I felt it was time to take the plunge and go back to the sewer to see how it was. To find out what I thought about this newest addition to the reboot franchises, listen in!
in Self Help
If 2016 didn't start out good, Host Rev. Sue shares how to "reboot" and start all over again in time for the
Chinese New Year of The Fire Monkey by clearing your house and opening yourself up to infinite possibilities.
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Greetings, folks and welcome to a new episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse. Let's keep it simple and tight! Join your favorite Podcast Avengers (Daryll B, Capt. Kirk, Claire Lanay and Dburt) this Saturday at 6pm eastern to discuss the following topics: Ghostbusters reboot director, Paul Feig has an explantion for the Leslie Jones character (and it involves Melissa McCarthy); the final Captain America: Civil War trailer hits the cyberwebs (is DC's Supes vs Bats in trouble?) as well as Cap 3's female STEM challenge; this week's Legends of Tomorrow traveled back to 1958 and fight the "bias monsters";
TheMarySue.com site highlights the male Lammily doll after the successful Kickstarter campaign promoted the female version; and in another Mary Sue piece, the writer ponders if the upcoming iterations of Star Trek (film and TV) will harken back to the series' political roots versus over emphasis on action/adventure; and Dburt is fascinated with a new video game in development called Science Kombat with Nikola Tesla getting his "Ryu" on (but where is the George Washington Carver or Neil DeGrasse Tyson DLC?); more on thoughts on FOX' Second Chance and does Friday always have to spell the deathknell for a TV series?; and Dburt posits should alternate legacy comic characters be explored (Grace Choi, Nubia, Val Zod, the Black "Hulk" Leonard Williams) with their respective series in the wake of present diversity initiatives. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
I don't think I'm the last person on earth who does not understand what the cloud is, but if Iam, I'm going to learn today! Join us for a talk about cloud computing with expert Henry Dunn of H. C. Dunn Technology. He is going to answer my tough (ok...basic) questions about the cloud and what it does. It's time the veil is lifted folks.
It's our 20th show and now we're switching things up to make the show even more fun!
What you'll be getting in each show now:
-A Short Story Corner
-Horror Soundtrack of the Week
-Back in Schlock Time, which is a segment where we go back to some classic schlock!
-Horror TV Flashback
-A Laugh with some bad horror joke of the week.
-Then ending with the Scary 80s aka each week an 80s horror flick is pick.
So that's the new show, so listen tonight at 10 p.m. central!
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