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466 Brendon Walsh, Randy Liedtke, Lauren Lapkus  

Comedians Brendon Walsh and Randy Liedtke of The Bone Zone join Scott this week to talk about clapping song parodies, how Brendon got pranked on the set of Conan, and some of Brendon’s pranks over the years. Then, our old friend Traci Reardon returns to tell us about her New Year resolutions and to announce the very big prize she won. Plus, Rene Faberge stops by to spill some celebrity gossip.This episode is brought to you by Jeff and Some Aliens on Comedy Central and Legal Zoom (www.legalzoom.com code: BANGBANG).

LOLbua 142 – Er Xbox One føkka?  

Hvis du hører nøye etter vil du merke at Jon Cato sakte men sikkert blir invadert av noe merkelig - mest sannsynlig et zombievirus. Ellers stiller vi spørsmålet om Xbox One er fucked? Færre eksklusive spill, kanselleringer og voodoo ser ut til å prege Microsofts konsollsatsing. Er Scorpio(ns Wings of Change) redningen? Vi tar debatten her i Dagsnytt 18. Vi snakker også om de mange gode innspillene vi har fått gjennom vårt fantastiske LOLbua entourage (en superhemmelig gruppe du kanskje klarer å finne på Facebook) der folk har kommet med tips til spillmusikk - som vi bruker i ukens episode. Vi snakker også om undervurderte spill, noe som også stammer fra innspill i entouraget.

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Rad Crew S13E02: Spill vi gleder oss til og Gravity Rush 2  

Vi snakker om spillene vi gleder oss til i første halvdel av 2017, om Platinum Games er i trøbbel og det herlige, vidunderlige Gravity Rush 2. Etter et labert år med spill basert på «Turtles» og «Transformers», og det forferdelig skuffende «Star Fox Zero», har ikke utvikleren Platinum Games levd opp til ryktet sitt. Og […]

Rad Crew S13E02: Spill vi gleder oss til og Gravity Rush 2  

Vi snakker om spillene vi gleder oss til i første halvdel av 2017, om Platinum Games er i trøbbel og det herlige, vidunderlige Gravity Rush 2. Med: Are Ness Fløgstad, Stian Askeland, Yngvil Osdal Ru… Les mer →

Anne Lamott: How Do We Forgive One Another?  

How do we forgive the people we don’t like? Writer Anne Lamott doesn’t pretend she knows the answer to one of the toughest questions humanity faces, but, then, it turns out she kind of does. Lamott and host Kelly Corrigan drop wisdom as they trade stories about compassion, empathy, growing older and doing love. Through it all spill the honesty, hilarity and transparent self-awareness that have made both women best-selling authors.

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Rad Crew S13E01: Årets beste spill 2016  

Både redaksjonen og lytterne kårer årets beste spill i denne første episoden av Rad Crew i det nye året! Aller først åpner vi med lytternes valg, som ble stemt frem i desember på vår community-gruppe på Facebook. Et godt antall lyttere deltok i avstemmingen, og den resulterende Topp 5-lista kan du høre her i episoden. Metoden […]

Rad Crew S13E01: Årets Beste Spill 2016  

Velkommen til årets første episode! Hvilke spill var de beste, og hvilket spill blir kåret som aller best? For første gang bidrar også lytterne med en egen Topp 5-liste!

30.12.2016 Dette gleder vi oss til i 2017!  

Vi minnes Carrie Fisher som gikk bort i romjula, og vi anmelder romjulspremierene Passengers, Perfekte fremmede og Hundreogettåringen som stakk fra regningen og forsvant. Birger, Sigurd og Marte prater om hvilke filmer, spill og serier de gleder seg til i 2017. Også får du Sigurds anmeldelse av den nye serien Saknad som har premiere på C More 1. januar.

Ep. 201 - Ben Mezrich: Success after 190 Rejection Slips  

“When I was a struggling writer, before I wrote my first book, I got 190 rejection slips.”   He taped them to the walls like a serial killer.   “My wallpaper was rejection slips.”   “What was the worst one...,” I asked Ben Mezrich, a New York Times bestselling author. Over the past five or six years, I’ve probably read all of his books. He wrote “Bringing Down the House,” which became the movie “21”. He wrote, “Accidental Billionaires,” which became “The Social Network” where Jesse Eisenberg played a seemingly evil Mark Zuckerberg.   The New Yorker sent him just a page with the most powerful word known to man.   “It was just, ‘No,’” Ben said, “I was rejected by a janitor at a publishing house because I sent a manuscript to an editor who was no longer working there and the manuscript ended up in the trash can. A janitor took it out of the trash, read it and sent me a rejection letter.”   That was his big chance. Not Ben’s.   The janitor.   “I’ve never wanted to write a book,” Ben said. “I wanted to write. I wanted to write a hundred books.”   I was interviewing him about, “The 37th Parallel: The Secret Truth Behind America's UFO Highway.”   They found these cows in the 70s. It looked like they were sliced with a laser. They had perfect slices of circles in their abdomens. Like pancakes. And they were completely drained of blood.   The FBI investigated.   There was no mess. No blood spill.   Then pilots started seeing UFOs. Ben says if a pilot sees a UFO now, they’ll get fired for reporting it.   So I asked him, “Isn’t there a freedom of information act?”   “They’ve tried,” he said. “But they didn’t even admit Area 51 existed until a few years ago. So, no. They don’t have to release that information.”   People lose their minds looking for answers. Questioning can be interrogative or art. Answers birth more questions. And the space between answer A and question B is just space.   And that’s where Ben’s books are created.   “I only go into the stories where it’s larger than life or something happens,” Ben said. “What leads up to that incredible moment? What leads up to Facebook being a billion dollar company or what leads up to a guy suddenly believing in UFOs?”   I asked about his writing process. And selling process.   “I write by page not by time,” he said.   If he’s writing a 300 page book, he does this:   Step 1: introduce characters Step 2: introduce love interest Step 3: introduce what they’re trying to achieve / their goal (You’re starting off with the obstacles.)   That’s part 1.   Step 4: “At the end of 100 pages something happens -- something that makes it very difficult for the characters to achieve their goal.”   Ben said, “When I’m interviewing people, I’m thinking of their lives as chapters.”   Interviewing is part of Ben’s writing, but it’s also part of his selling process. He won’t write a book that won’t sell.   “How do you know?” I asked.   “Usually, I speak to the main character enough to get a book proposal,” he said. “Then I do all that research. Then I do an outline (very specific, in fact, I know how many pages each chapter is. It’s like a skeleton. It’s very severe.)”   My dreams don’t have skeletons.   They usually look like boneless blobs or liquid sliding downstream. Direction over details. That’s what Scott Adams, the creator of the Dilbert told me.   I get stuck because I want to do everything at once. I want to read every book, go for a walk, fly around New York City, interview Carly Simon, Edward Thorpe, Carrie Fisher (who I’m sad I missed sharing her stories with you… we were going to meet when she returned from the UK). I want to spend time with my daughters, begin and win at all my dreams, but I also want to do nothing.   Sometimes I get so worked up dreaming of the millions of directions I could fly that I forget to take off.   But it’s ok.   Because I have something to write about. I have a connection with you. Something to share. Something that makes us the same kind of human: ambitious, terrified, curious.   We want to be all in. We want to be creatures of resilience.

Free Talk Live 2016-12-28  

Illegal BBQ Cited for Violations in Florida :: Food Service Regulations :: Feeding Homeless Crackdown :: Too much cannabis talk? :: Property Taxes :: Chinese Internet Regulations :: Social Security to Crackdown on Gun Owners? :: Mass to Drag Feet on Cannabis :: Trading with Enemy :: Duterte to Throw So-Called Corrupt Officials from Helicopter :: Speeding Tickets :: Libertarians on Welfare :: Jay's Deisel Spill :: Stock Market :: Israel :: Times Square Attempted Bomber :: Libertarians Flipping Back to Statism :: HOSTS - Ian, Darryl, Jay

LOLbua 140 - God Jul Darth Vader  

Vi er sterkt uenige om den nye Star Wars-filmen, snakker mer om årets beste spill og diskuterer de siste nyhetene fra 2016. Tja. Det er julaften og vi har ikke tid til å si så veldig mye om årets sis… Les mer →

Hockeypodden #14  

Program 14 - 16 (22.desember 2016) U-20 VM endte alt annet enn bra for Norges del. Nå venter spill i C-puljen, og det er langt unna målsettingen som Norges Ishockeyforbund hadde satt før mesterskapet - nemlig opprykk til A-puljen. Hva gikk galt? Hockeypodden har snakket med sportsjef Petter Salsten hos forbundet, og deretter er det duket for diskusjon i studio. Sendingen ble spilt inn sent torsdag 22.desember. I studio: Gjest er Ole Eskild Dahlstrøm i tillegg til de faste mikrofonsliterne Heine Aarum, Lars Oddvar Fjellvang og programleder Knut Sandersen.

20.12.2016 Dagsnytt atten  

Erna Solberg skifter ut tre statsråder. - Regjeringen har tatt et godt steg til høyre for oss, sier Venstre-lederen. Gjerningmannen etter terrorangrepet på julemarkedet i Berlin er fortsatt på frifot; og hendelsen preger allerede tysk politikk. Miljøministeren stanser ulvedejakten i Hedmark - siste dag før Stortinget tar juleferie. - Politisk spill av verste sort, sier Senterpartiet, og Høyre-politiker i Trysil ber statsråden om å trekke seg. Miljøministeren - fra Høyre - avlyser ulvejakten i Hedmark. -Trekk deg, sier Høyre-politiker fra Trysil.

What will you tell your daughters about 2016? | Chinaka Hodge  

With words like shards of glass, Chinaka Hodge cuts open 2016 and lets 12 months of violence, grief, fear, shame, courage and hope spill out in this original poem about a year none of us will soon forget.

What will you tell your daughters about 2016? | Chinaka Hodge  

With words like shards of glass, Chinaka Hodge cuts open 2016 and lets 12 months of violence, grief, fear, shame, courage and hope spill out in this original poem about a year none of us will soon forget.

What will you tell your daughters about 2016? | Chinaka Hodge  

With words like shards of glass, Chinaka Hodge cuts open 2016 and lets 12 months of violence, grief, fear, shame, courage and hope spill out in this original poem about a year none of us will soon forget.

The Emotional Healing Journey - To Express or Not To Express - Focus on Yourself  

The emotional healing journey consists of many ups and downs. A listener asks me how I managed to get through my journey and what I can share with others on what to expect. Whether you're starting your healing journey from scratch or still on a hot path of learning, healing and growing, there's always more to learn. I talk about what it takes to honor your boundaries in a healthy way (instead of waiting until you blow up), and recognizing patterns in yourself that may point back to emotional wounds from the past. What are your results over and over again? Are you succeeding in life or failing miserably? I think it's important to look at where you were, where you're going and what you keep ending up with to determine your level of emotional health. When you start succeeding, however you define it, it is most likely because you've processed and released some old negativity that's been around a long time. I also talk about depression and how it is devoid of emotions. When I was depressed, it was like having no feelings at all. Though, I did feel something because I didn't like how I felt! It was like I was a sponge of negative emotions but I couldn't squeeze them out. Healing can begin the day you start observing your own behavior asking yourself why you do the things you do. It soon feels like you are two different people: The one experiencing the emotion and the other observing your behavior. This is when true healing can begin. Awareness is a major step forward because you are no long on autopilot. You will still have challenges, but you'll also have your observation of how you handle those challenges. And it's not always comfortable. In segment two, I talk about the need to express something to someone but being afraid it will ruin the relationship or ruin their life somehow. Sometimes you walk around holding on to unfinished business and feel like it's important to share how someone else made you feel by something they did a long time ago (or even yesterday). Forgiving and moving on is a step you can take, or perhaps healing within you (self-forgiveness) which doesn't even involve the other person. Either way, you can carry it with you or you choose to process and hopefully release whatever it is. If you are carrying the burden of upset from something someone did to you, it's time to address it in some way. You may have to express to them what you're feeling. Or, maybe it's better to keep to yourself. I kept a family secret for many years and chose to bear the burden of it instead of spill the beans and tell the people I really wanted to tell. I was sworn to secrecy so I had to come to a place of acceptance of that burden in myself. It wasn't easy, but it is possible - and sometimes the best choice considering what might happen if you chose to share what you were told not to. During the conclusion of the show, I read a paragraph from The Overwhelmed Brain book and talk about focusing on yourself for healing and not others, unless they want you too. When I was married, I used to focus on what my wife needed to do to change so that I would be happier. Turns out after seven years of focusing on her, I did little healing in myself. Not only that, I used to be terribly judgmental. She didn't ask for me to "fix" her, but I tried. And the marriage ended. Focusing on others without their consent or desire, even if your intentions are good, can sometimes be what causes them to want to be away from you. Good intentions aren't always motivated by noble thoughts. Sometimes good intentions derive from selfish needs. Healing begins within you, even when it appears that others need to change. Trying to help someone change who didn't ask for it is not honoring their happiness or supporting their path. Keep your focus on yourself and as you grow through your challenges and you might just be able to grow with those you love instead of away from them. Today's episode of TOB is brought to you by getoutofthemess.com. Real attorneys at established law firms for only $20 a month.

LOLbua 139 – Årets Beste  

Jon Cato klarer ikke styre sitt hat for Årets beste-lister og eksploderer stadig vekk mens vi andre prøver  å oppsummere spillåret 2016. Hvilke spill husker du best fra 2016? Sammen med PC GAMER GOD Mats Rindahl Johansen prøver vi oss på en gjennomgang av de største spillene som ble gitt ut i år, noe som ikke ble veldig enkelt på grunn av gjentatte sabotasjeangrep fra Mr. Grumpy. Gå til www.lolbua.no lenker til musikken vi spiller og mer info.

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LOLbua 139 - Årets Beste Podcast  

Jon Cato klarer ikke styre sitt hat for Årets beste-lister og eksploderer stadig vekk mens vi andre prøver å oppsummere spillåret 2016. Hvilke spill husker du best fra 2016? Sammen med PC GAMER GOD … Les mer →

Rad Crew S10E25: De største spillskuffelsene og The Last Guardian  

Årets største skuffelser og et spill som IKKE skuffer, i ukas episode av Rad Crew. Ah, 2016. Før vi kommer i gang med GOTY-kåringene er det på tide å snakke om spillene som virkelig skuffa oss i året som gikk. Pluss: Marie og Are forteller om The Last Guardian. En over to timer lang episode […]

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