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  • 01:22

    Infinite Inning #86: You Light Up My Splurg

    in Baseball

    WARNING: There are a couple of cusswords abroad in the land.
    TABLE OF CONTENTS Rogers Hornsby’s War With Baseball (Stop it! Cut it out!)*Go See “They Shall Not Grow Old”/The Paths of Glory Lead Only to the Latrine/Hank Gowdy Falls Down*Connie Mack and The Difficulty of Getting Good Takeout in the Suburbs*Goodbyes.
    THE INFINITE INNING ARCHIVE: All episodes available, popcorn extra.
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    SUPPORT THE INFINITE INNING: Visit our Patreon page. The Infinite Inning is not only about baseball but a state of mind. Steven Goldman, rotating cohosts Jesse Spector, Cliff Corcoran, and David Roth, and occasional guests discuss the game’s present, past, and future with forays outside the foul lines to the culture at large. Expect stats, anecdotes, digressions, explorations of writing and fandom, and more Casey Stengel quotations than you thought possible. Along the way, they’ll try to solve the puzzle that is the Infinite Inning: How do you find the joy in life when you can’t get anybody out?

  • 00:48

    Dynasty Blueprint 145 - Listener Questions Continued

    in Football

    Matt Williamson (@WilliamsonNFL) and Ryan McDowell (@RyanMc23) continue to answer listener questions including the recent value change of Derrick Henry, some young TEs to target this offseason and how to value Sammy Watkins and Devin Funchess in your dynasty league.

  • 00:12

    MOTS Podcast Episode 156: MOTS Top 5 ATLUTD Moments of 2018

    in Soccer

    We give you the MOTS Top 5 Atlanta United moments from the 2018 championship season!
    You can now be a patron of the podcast! Donate to see us continue doing live shows, giveaways and so much more in the future! Visit patreon.com/motspodcast! Help us be the best MLS podcast by donating to the cause!
    Want to sponsor the podcast? Have a soccer store or club you want to promote via The Mouths of the South boys? Hit us up for advertising opportunities with us! MOTSPodcast@Gmail.com
    Eric Quintana (@EricGQuintana)
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    Be sure to subscribe to us on Stitcher and/or iTunes to get the podcast on your mobile devices if you’re into that sort of thing. We’d love for everyone to rate us on iTunes and leave us some comments please! #fivestarsplease

  • 00:57

    Vikings Season 5 Episode 15 "Hell"

    in Television

    A great episode of Vikings this week! Questions for what may be in store next week: How will Magnus fare around a large population of Vikings? What's in store for Aethelred? What is Hvitserk biding his time for? Where is Lagertha, people?!?! 
    Feedback deadline is Friday at 8:00 PM ET. Please write your feedback in at noshipnetwork@gmail.com. You can also reach us via our website at www.noship.net.

  • 01:00

    A Recovering Sales Shark Talks About Lessons Learned

    in Technology

    This week, AK Stout & Deb Evans are excited to bring Shelley Roth back to the show! Shelley is a recovering sales shark.  She has learned how to get out of the "eat -what-you-kill" mode into the “give-to-grow” philosophy of winning.
    Shelley is a social media trainer, speaker, consultant and author. She has over 25 years of successful business development, sales and educational leadership skills.
    A few hours prior to show time, Shelley will be launching her new book, “Shedding Your Sales Shark: Lessons from a Recovering Sales Shark and How to Apply them to Social Media Marketing and Life.” 
    During the show we will cover:
    -Engagement Marketing: The New "Non-Sales" technique
    -Digital Body Language
    -Adding Value to Your Community
    Following the interview, AK will GeekItOut and share App of the Week and cool tools and Websites to help YOU get in touch with your inner geek!
    Social Geek Radio Sponsors:
    Deb Evans Consulting, LLC and Saying It Social, LLC
    Follow along with @DebCE & @AKStout18 and tweet comments and questions using #SocialGeekRadio
    Don't forget to join the conversation on Facebook!

  • 01:11


    in Entertainment

    Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes joins Take 2 Radio on Feb. 14th at 7pm EST to chat about their lives, career, and projects. They recently released their book called "Trumpet" too!   Susan Seaforth Hayes is an American actress. She is best known for her portrayal of Julie Williams on NBC's Days of Our Lives since 1968.   Bill Hayes is a long time dramatic actor & former Billboard Hot 100 #1 recording artist. He plays Doug Williams on Days of Our Lives since 1970.

  • 01:15

    Taran Show 53 | Kaitlyn Herman

    in Movies

    Taran talks with Big Brother 20 star, Kaitlyn Herman about her experience as a Life Coach, how she dealt with her experience on the show, and the deliciousness of donuts.

  • 00:51

    250 - Reputation Stadium Tour - Swiftcast: The #1 Taylor Swift Podcast

    in Music

    We catch you up on everything related to the Reputation Stadium Tour, along with updates on Taylor news! 
    Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe to us on iTunes and it will download our latest episode for you automatically. Also, be sure to leave us a review and a 5 star rating to help other people find our show easier!

  • 00:33

    FastForward -- The Elephant in the Brain

    in Technology

    Why do we do the things we do? We like to think we have good reasons for the choices we make, but we may very well be fooling ourselves. In their intriguing new book, The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life, authors Robin Hanson and Kevin Simler explain how hardwired primate behavior, social norms, and evolution combine to obscure our motives...even (or maybe especially) from ourselves.
    While it’s easy to see how hiding our motives from others might bring about certain advantages, it’s harder to imagine why we would ever try to hide our reasons from ourselves. But Hanson argues that it’s no great mystery.
    "We prefer to attribute our behavior to the highest-minded motives,” he explains. “But often our behavior is better explained by less high-minded motives -- i.e., more selfish motives -- and we'd rather not look at that and acknowledge it."
    About Our Guest
    Robin Hanson is an associate professor of economics at George Mason University and a research associate at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University. He has a doctorate in social science, master's degrees in physics and philosophy, and nine years of experience as a research programmer in artificial intelligence and Bayesian statistics. With over 3600 citations and sixty academic publications, he's recognized not only for his contributions to economics, but also for the wide range of fields in which he's been published. His amazing blog OvercomingBias.com has had some eight million visits. He is the author of The Age of Em: Work, Love, and Life when Robots Rule the Earth. He blogs at Overcoming Bias.
    Music: www.bensound.com FF 003-698

  • 02:39

    Chip Chat Live from OOW 2012!

    in Technology

    Chip Chat will be coming to you live from Oracle Open World 2012 in San Francisco!

  • 01:31

    Michael Jackson Death Hoax:Did the King of Pop fake his Death?

    in Entertainment

    Some of Youtube's most famous Death Hoax video makers will be on to discuss they're belief in the Conspiracy that MJ faked his death. You be the judge. Plus the latest celebrity gossip and music.