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Episode 129 – COVID & Conspiracy Beliefs (Jeff Mannes, ORJIZMIC)
Episode 129(Air Date: March 10th, 2021) Here’s another episode I recorded forever ago… 6 months ago on September 1st, 2020 to be exact. My apologies to Jeff for taking so long to get to this. In happier news, I’ve been doing the work to bring order to all the chaos, and so I am looking forward … Episode 129 – COVID & Conspiracy Beliefs (Jeff Mannes, ORJIZMIC) Read More »
Episode 128 – COVID & Vaccines (Dr. Priyumvada Naik)
Episode 128(Air Date: February 12th, 2021) So I recorded this interview almost 6 weeks ago. Dr. Priyumvada Naik joined me on a live broadcast to answer some questions from viewers about COVID, the latest updates and safety protocols, and the vaccines which are finally available. If this conversation makes a difference for you, please consider making … Episode 128 – COVID & Vaccines (Dr. Priyumvada Naik) Read More »
Episode 127 – COVID Part 8: Political Implications (Christopher Sebastian & Laura Schleifer)
Episode 127(Air Date: December 1st, 2020) Another delay. I know. I am so sorry it has taken me so long. I explained the delay in the last episode, but even then another 2 months went by before I could bring myself to finish this episode. These days the ADHD has gotten really bad. A day in … Episode 127 – COVID Part 8: Political Implications (Christopher Sebastian & Laura Schleifer) Read More »
Episode 126 – Run For Regan (Interview with Orlando Martina)
Episode 126(Air Date: September 16th, 2020) I swear, I thought I was going to be right back with another episode a week later. In fact the day I posted this episode, I also recorded another awesome interview (which I’ll post very shortly) and then a series of things happened. My main computer (with all my everything … Episode 126 – Run For Regan (Interview with Orlando Martina) Read More »
Episode 125 – COVID Part 7: Anti-Asian Racism (Doris Lin & Sarah Woodcock)
Episode 125(Air Date: May 1st, 2020) You all…… IT’S MAY!!! a) HOW is it May already! Just today someone was discussing June and referred to it as “next month”! I couldn’t! b) Why did March last forever and April was twelve minutes long? What is even time anymore? Who’s up? 8) Years? Eight? What do you m……. … Episode 125 – COVID Part 7: Anti-Asian Racism (Doris Lin & Sarah Woodcock) Read More »
Episode 124 – COVID Part 6: Animal Agriculture & Pandemics (Dr. Aysha Akhtar)
Episode 124(Air Date: April 22nd, 2020) We’ve all kind of known this as vegans, whether we had hard evidence, or just a lurking suspicion. But today we’re going to set the record straight! ABOUT OUR GUEST: Aysha Akhtar, M.D., M.P.H., is a double-board certified neurologist and preventive medicine specialist, with a background in public health. She is … Episode 124 – COVID Part 6: Animal Agriculture & Pandemics (Dr. Aysha Akhtar) Read More »
Love this podcast
This podcast is real and not scripted. This is a combination of so many topics. You won’t get board listening to all the various show topics.
Rating Subject to Change
I keep subscribing and unsubscribing from this podcast. Now, I did come to this late, as in 2020, and when I find a new (to me podcast) I like to start from the beginning. So some of this information is already very dated. I used to not mind banter in a podcast, and now the more I hear on different podcasts, the more irritating it becomes (this is particularly true in true crime, which this podcast is not, and I get that.) The thing is, I don't know any of the people who banter in the podcasts. Sometimes I might be FB friends with one or two, but we have no actual real no connection. And when a podcast episode drags on for an hour and a half, with half of that being personal stuff, I'm not sure, how should I say, that I care all that much? I'm a longtime vegan who was vegetarian for a long time before that, and so a lot of the information here isn't really new to me. I don't care about the NYC social or vegan scenes; I don't live there anymore. And I am really really not a fan of greenwashed vegan products, so I tend to cringe when they gush about Daiya or some other brand that has sold out to vivisectors. That said, and I'm only up to 2014 in terms of podcasts, the episodes where they interview other activists tend to be really really good. I loved hearing Donny Moss and the issue of the carriage horses (which, all this time later, is still a thing). I loved the first Thanksgiving episode where they interviewed 3 vegans (except I am not a fan of Colleen Patrick-Goudreau; I don't think she's updated with the times in terms of conjoining justice movements). The food reviews I can do without. I am just not into hearing about vegan food. I like the activist stuff. So I've downloaded a few new episodes and we'll see how they go -- whether I keep on with this or give it up once and for all.
Surprisingly... PROFOUND! 😲👍
Just listened to ep: 109 Ex-Ex-Vegans, Pt 1.
I’ve never learned SO MUCH from ONE podcast!
* Racial/Cultural/Class/Body-Image Discrimination - in Vegan/Animal Activist Communities & Work Places!
* PTSD/Mental Health’s influence on a person’s Vegan/Activist/Sexual - Identity and Social Interactions/Relationships!
* The [no but really!] Importance of Educating yourself on The Vegan Diet/Lifestyle ESPECIALLY for Women! #Iron 💡
* [Mis-]Educational/Societal/Familial Peer Pressures and Influences on vegan-identifying individuals who are otherwise isolated from the community.
* Oh, and I even learned about Gender Diversity in Drag-Queen Culture! 👍
All from Pt1 of a Interview-Centric type episode of an all around entertaining, educational and just FUN podcast encapsulated in its very wise, talented and open-hearted/minded host Ms. Honey LaBronx (Ben Strothmann).
To sum up; I Highly Recommend this podcast and encourage support for it, and the many endeavors of its lovely host.