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Just what you didn't know you were missing! A smart and sassy'ish Sista from the southwest chats it up with a friend or three on occasion. And when we remember to hit 'record', you'll be able to enjoy our hilarious, insightful, and educational banter. We've got no structure or boundaries, which leaves us with a lot of shit to say! We apologize in advance for making you chuckle so hard you spew your wine. Stay tuned!
 
Join my dad- George Donikian and I as we talk about the one thing that binds us- TV! Through most of our life we haven’t had much in common but the one thing we could always count on to get us chatting was Television shows or movies we had seen. We would rant, rave and swap notes! Whether it was going to the cinema to see a movie or hanging out on the couch watching TV it was our time and we loved it! Each week, on this podcast we challenge each other to watch shows and movies that we have l ...
 
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We’ve Got No Fans Podcast is a weekly football podcast brought to you from the same heads that gave you Anticdotes: Another Pop Culture Podcast. Stephen and Donal are football fans. Which means they’re opinionated, belligerent, antagonistic and always always right. Listen to them make their way through the highlights and lowlights of the Premier League. Get your season ticket by subscribing.
 
Emily Amick and Jess Kirby will take you inside their conversations about everything from student loan relief and climate change to imposter syndrome and toxic masculinity. Through brief episodes and thoughtful interviews, this unapologetic show is about the power of having opinions, taking up space and making noise.
 
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In 1980, we learned the POWER of “The Empire” when it struck back against the Rebel forces for 2 hours and 7 minutes. That power was accompanied by one of the – if not the greatest-paced movies of all time but also a question. That question? When would the franchise return? When would it come back to the silver screen to deliver the NEXT chapter of…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a roundup of recent news from America's thin blue line--and the corrupt police culture those stories reveal. Then we are joined by Joan Walsh, The Nation's national affairs correspondent, to talk about her latest column, "F*&k Civility!" Joan pushes back on the maddeningly bipartisan effort to paint…
 
Happy May, WGSTS Listeners! Hope you’re all doing well, taking care of yourselves, and washing your hands & mouths on a regular basis. This episode is just to offer up a few suggestions and to open up dialogue on proper street wear. We also highly encourage you snag a sugga parent or befriend someone who has one. It’s beneficial. Gas and grocery pr…
 
Dad and I did our bit for Netflix this week, by giving each other shows both streaming on the service. Dad gave me ‘Anatomy of a Sandal’ a limited series about a huge scandal. I gave dad ‘Russian Doll’ which encouraged him to think a bit more than he wanted! Is that a good or a bad thing? Tune in now to find out…
 
While most modern-day newsfeeds would have you thinking that now wouldn’t be the best time to become a police officer in the US – well – it IS. Now is the time to vault over many of the pre-existing hurdles to allow you to become a law enforcement officer in many police departments. Qualified candidates aren’t available and if you’re ready to make …
 
Frozen Tundra was a pretty normal phrase for me when I was a kid. Having grown up in Chicago, then Wisconsin, Frozen Tundras were a regular, icy occurrence but – in 1980 – there was a frozen tundra experience that started something completely different in the lives of millions. The Empire Strikes Back – the sequel to a little movie called – STAR WA…
 
As an author, activist and operations director at a women's health clinic in the deep South, Robin Marty knows more about the abortion wars than anyone. She joins us this week to talk about how a maximalist Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v Wade would have far-reaching impacts on people in blue states as well as those living under Republican r…
 
Just when you thought you had learned everything you’ll ever need to know about Police Dispatching – the heavens open up and drop yet another listing on you to get you educated! It’s time to re-connect with 20+year Police Dispatcher Lisa Moore to learn even MORE when it comes to “Things You Didn’t Know About Police Dispatching” – Volume 2! Join Pol…
 
This week, we speak with the authors of two New York Times opinion pieces, published in the past week, that look at different aspects of the authoritarian far-right in Europe. First, Ilya Yablokov, a lecturer at the University of Sheffield and author of “Fortress Russia: Conspiracy Theories in the Post-Soviet World,” tells us that Vladimir Putin on…
 
1977 was a very memorable year for a lot of people. For those that can remember May 1977, they’ll remember sights, sounds, storylines and special effects that continue to stand the test of feature film time. 2GuysTalking has been around 12 years now, and one of the most-asked questions inside our history is “when are you Guys gonna’ do a STAR WARS …
 
To say that both shows we watched this week were interesting is a bit of an understatement. Dad asked me to watch game turn TV series ‘Halo’ now streaming on Paramount + and I asked him to watch ‘Minx’ now streaming on Stan. Two very different shows so did we like them both? Press play to find out now!…
 
This week, we take another dive into the fever swamps! First up, Muckrake Podcast co-host Jared Yates Sexton joins us to talk about Tucker Carlson's bizarre new obsession with America's entirely imaginary "masculinity crisis." Sexton warns that while Carlson's new program, The End of Men, is easy to mock--and indeed, was designed to earn liberal de…
 
After a 2 week break, dad and I are back and we have a lot to talk about! I asked him to watch ‘The Gilded Age’ now streaming on Paramount + and he asked me to watch ‘Deep Water’ which is streaming on Amazon Prime. The question is this- is ‘Deep Water’ worth the watch? Tune in now to find out!بقلم Lauren Donikian
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a look at Texas Governor Greg Abbott's performative approach to governing--and the very real harms it's causing all of us. Then we're joined by Oliver Willis, senior writer at The American Independent, to talk about the sad state of play heading into the 2022 midterms, and help us figure out why nei…
 
The value of The Thin Gold Line – Police Dispatchers – cannot easily be described. Every Police Officer that gets sent to a location, is sent by a Police Dispatcher. You may not be aware, but there’s likely a position open for a Police Dispatcher in your town right this second. Ready to learn about the “Things You Didn’t Know About Police Dispatchi…
 
STAR WARS might have begun long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away, but the franchise, the zeal and FANDOM of Star Wars Fans around the world thrives. With new standalone movies, the next “three Episodes” arriving, and more drama on and off screen – well – the STAR WARS Experience is alive and well. In 1977, we reveled in the release of STAR WARS,…
 
Hey Hey Hey, Shit to Say Listeners! How y’all been? What’s happening? What’s on your mind? Let us know and I promise we’ll chat about it. You know what to do: shittosaypodcast@gmail.com Shall we begin on the first ramble of Spring? Here we go! It really is time for many of us to spring forward. Literally! Spring into action even if it’s a micro act…
 
One of the best instructors a cop can have, is history. The stories, guidance and perspective it provides helps to hone the craft of today’s law enforcement professionals — most of the time. It’s time to take a look back at real-life things that were shared with Officer Tommy, as he shares “Stupid Things Old Cops Told Me” – during this episode of T…
 
Athletes with trouble breathing are nothing new. Obviously, athletes may get winded with deconditioning or just a really hard work out. But what about when it isn’t expected? Commonly we think of asthma and as an asthmatic since college, it is a near and dear problem to me. But not all things that may seem like asthma are truly asthma. Today on the…
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show with a look at how the media are sucking up to insurrectionist Republicans in anticipation of Democratic losses in the upcoming midterms. He also argues that Trump's social media venture, ironically called "Truth Social," has been a smashing success and considers some stunningly clueless punditry about Russ…
 
This week I asked dad to watch a series that has been streaming on Netflix for a little while - ‘The Good Place’. Featuring Ted Danson and Kristen Bell, this series is hard to describe but will definitely make you giggle. As for me, I watched one of dads favourite shows- ‘Blue Bloods’, now streaming on Paramount Plus with re-runs on Foxtel. This is…
 
Iron Deficiency is an often under recognized source of reduced performance and fatigue particularly in female athletes. Endurance athletes seem to experience this more commonly, but we certainly do see other athletes who may have these struggles as well. But are we diagnosing and treating it properly? I’ve heard several speakers on this topic over …
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show with a look at why the war in Ukraine is likely to be intractable for a long while to come. (We hope he got this one wrong.) Then we're joined by Elie Mystal, The Nation's justice correspondent and author of the new book, Allow Me to Retort: A Black Guy’s Guide to the Constitution, to talk about this week's…
 
Dad went easy on me this week and asked me to watch a show that I have already watched. Admittedly I loved it so much the first time around I watched it again. ‘Bridgerton’, is one of Netflix’s highest streaming series and season 2 is out soon! I asked dad to watch a documentary about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz now streaming on Amazon Prime called…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a look at a new study which found that living in states governed by Republicans can have serious consequences for your health. Then we're joined by Have You Heard co-host Jennifer Berkshire, who reported for The Nation that the GOP and some deep-pocketed astroturf groups tried out a key midterm stra…
 
This week dad asked me to watch a show based on one of his favourites ‘Star Trek’- Picard now streaming on Amazon Prime. It was nice to escape reality for a while in this sci fi series. The series I asked him to watch was based on reality, well partially! ‘Inventing Anna’, which is now streaming on Netflix has tongues wagging for all the wrong reas…
 
In this episode we sit down with MassBio’s President & Chief Operating Officer, Kendalle Burlin O’Connell, to discuss the explosive growth Boston’s life science industry has experienced over the last five years, and how she is supporting MassBio’s more than 1,500 member organizations in overcoming some of the industry's toughest challenges. During …
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show with a look at an effort by Idaho Republicans to take over a local Democratic Party and destroy it from within. Then we're joined by University of Maryland political scientist Brian Grodsky to talk about the potential pitfalls inherent in the most punishing sanctions regime the world has ever pursued in res…
 
Hey Hey Hey, WGSTS Listeners! Thanks for tuning in/downloading/sharing/listening. Should you have questions or comments about this or any episode, please send them to shittosaypodcast@gmail.com This episode touches on relationships: work, intimate, friendships, etc. and how to navigate a break-up. Also, the L in ‘salmon’ is silent. Please proceed a…
 
This weeks episode saw dad and I watch 2 shows with very strong female characters taking the lead. With the hilarious and clever writing in ‘The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel’, now streaming on Amazon Prime; and the gore and secret filled ‘Yellowjackets’ now streaming on Paramount Plus. It’s safe to say we had a great week watching tv!…
 
This week, Joshua Holland welcomes Global Dispatches host Mark Leon Goldberg to talk about how Russia's invasion of Ukraine is spurring a rapid and dramatic reorganization of the international order and is poised to send shockwaves through the global economy. Then we are joined by Muhlenberg College historian Jacqueline Antonovich who recently unea…
 
Back pain in the young athlete. It’s something we often don’t think twice about in adults, but in kids, back pain in the active athletic kid is often a different beast. One of the more common conditions is the spondylolysis or a stress fracture of the pars interarticularis. It is a condition that can go undiagnosed for a long time. Today on the pod…
 
This week dad set me a mission to watch ‘Young Wallander’ on Netflix; the prologue to ‘Wallander’ a show that dad watched some time ago… if you are in to crime solving mysteries then this show is for you! If you are more into rom coms then tune into the show I asked dad to watch this week. ‘Starstruck’ now streaming on ABC iview. As always, we talk…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a look at how a tough primary contest is pushing Texas Governor Greg Abbott to launch a brutal assault on not only transgender kids, but also their parents and doctors. Then we are joined by Heather Hurlburt, director of New America's New Models of Policy Change project, to talk about what caused Ru…
 
On February 22, 2002, at 2:22PM the airwaves of Madison, Wisconsin would never be the same again. College student radio could finally be considered legit and truly legal. Many may not realize that the landscape for student radio at the largest university in the state of Wisconsin was looking bleak for nearly a decade prior to officially turning on …
 
There is VALUE in family. The ties that bind aren’t just bonded in blood when it comes to value. It’s about conviction, steadfast focus, and allegiance to those things and people who have come before you. Whooo-boy, have we got a whole lotta’ strange planned for you inside THIS chock-full-a’ kin episode of Friday The 13th: The Series! It’s time, fo…
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show explaining why you should take the lazy punditry to come as we approach the midterms with more than a grain of salt. Then Mississippi Today’s Molly Minta tells us about what a stalwart young conservative in one of America’s reddest states discovered when she actually looked into what Critical Race Theory…
 
The ties of boys (and girls) to cars is something unique. They are unchallenged time machines that take us back to places that make the mind race. Whether it’s 31 Chevy’s, the muscle cars from the 60s and 70s, and even the newest vehicles being developed – they all transport us when they’re seen, ridden in or driven to a different place. Sometimes …
 
Anniebake guest hosts with her take on fashion, workplace romance, and why she doesn't want to relive her 20s. There's good stuff in here! Anniebake recommends Blk & Bold Coffee (a Black-owned coffee company) found at Target. She also makes a recommendation for a future sexisode of "We've Got Shit To Say," since it sounds like listeners are skirtin…
 
Just when dad thought he was done with his days watching animated musicals, Disney introduced us to ‘Encanto’. With its catchy tunes ( thank you Lin Manuel Miranda) and beautiful story you only have to listen to the first few seconds of this episode to know dads feeling about my choice for him this week! Apologies in advance for his behaviour.. I c…
 
It’s almost been 2 decades since I entered the world of pediatric sports medicine. It’s been over 30 years since I was in high school sports. The typical 3 sport athlete has certainly become less common since then, but certainly not extinct. Both boys and girls have seen their sports become more organized, starting training at younger ages, and an …
 
This week, Ryan Grim, The Intercept's DC bureau chief, joins us to talk about the parallels between the police slaying of Amir Locke in Minnesota last week and the killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville two years ago, and run down America's long history of trampling on African Americans' right to defend themselves. Then we talk to Grid Misinformat…
 
Talking to people is supposed to be something EASY. Hey, how’s it goin’!? What’cha got planned tonite? Hey, what the status on that project and the consequential discussion makes for lives across the globe day after day. But what happens when the conversations that you’re having – are literally – life and death? Inside of 1998’s The Negotiator, we …
 
Feedback and a Few Suggestions and Anti-Anti Black/POC Happy Black History Month’ish. There’ll be some suggestions on how to support Black-owned business in the episode notes. And also some suggestions on how to NOT be anti-Black or anti-POC. Like…How/why you vote or don’t. Send feedback to shittosaypodcast@gmail.com Thanks to all of you who contin…
 
Hey WGSTS Listeners! Thank you, thank you for your continued support and sharing your Spotify Wrapped screenshots with We’ve Got Shit to Say showing as a most listened to. First, my apologies for the mix up/bad editing of AnnieBake’s return episodes. Listen to the 23 minute one 1st and come right on back for the 17 minute episode. Happy Festivus an…
 
There’s a whole lot of action in the shows dad and I watched this week. With ‘Titans’; the story of Robin and his superhero friends now streaming on Netflix and ‘Claws’; the series about a nail salon and the women who run it! Tune in now to hear our thoughts and what we have coming up next week!بقلم Lauren Donikian
 
This week, Joshua Holland gets a thing or two off his chest about the widespread belief that you can just wish away a historic public health crisis that is very much ongoing, and about the press's discomfort blaming right-wing propaganda for drawing out the Coronavirus pandemic. Then we're joined by Eric Umansky, deputy managing editor at ProPublic…
 
The latest episode of & Then Some features a conversation with Zineb Curran, Chief Communications Officer for Fenway Sports Group and our beloved Boston Red Sox. In this episode, Zineb discusses a variety of fascinating subjects including how she got from her home country of Morocco to Boston, changes in the sports communications landscape since sh…
 
This week dad and I took it back to a time where free to air was the main way to watch television, unless you had Foxtel of course! He gave me Dexter, the series about a ‘good’ killer now streaming on Paramount Plus with its follow up season, and I gave him UnReal; the series that gives you a behind the scenes look at what happens on shows like ‘Th…
 
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