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Chilling Out w/ Hannibal Buress  

We're joined by one of our favorite stand up comedians, Hannibal Buress, who you might know from The Eric Andre Show and Broad City.

048 - Jonnie W - Crappaw, Tattoos and Velveeta  

Heeeere’s Jonnie W. And also, Crappaw, Luke Bryan, Ikea Man, and Tim, and Caleb, and Freight, and Aaron… SO MANY PEOPLE!! Tim and Caleb talk tattoos. Tim finds the correlation between prison ministry and Chuck E. Cheese. Freight throws a water bottle. Jonnie channels Hannibal Lecter. And Aaron beheads a block of Velveeta.

Also on this episode: The gang opens gifts from Poddy Break fans! Crappaw gets new tennis balls. Ikea man gets some olives. Jonnie shows his biblical knowledge. Freight doesn’t get a Christian pickup line. And Crappaw gives out motivational speeches.

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Episode 66: Colleen Atwood - Three-Time Oscar-Winning Costume Designer  

Scissor hands, face masks and apes – oh my! Three-time Oscar-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood has dressed some of the most iconic characters on the big screen. This includes Hannibal Lecter, Edward Scissorhands, Roxie Hart – and all the characters in eleven Tim Burton films. Atwood has been very busy this past year with Huntsman: Winter’s War, Alice Through the Looking Glass, her most recent collaboration with Tim Burton Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, AND the Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them for which she has been nominated for an Academy Award. From fantasy to modern day, Atwood’s costumes are always rich in detail and a deep study of character that isn’t always obvious at first. For Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children we travel back to Wales during World War II to an orphanage full of ‘peculiar’ children with unique superpowers. The character of Miss Peregrine, played by Eva Green, has the ability to transform into a bird that is reflected in the characters signature blue coat with birdlike elements. Each of the children’s costumes also has custom elements to reflect their own special powers. We are honored to be joined by such a legend in her field and ask Atwood to share how she began her career, how she approaches each character, her response to being Oscar nominated (again) and much more!

El Vuelo del Fénix - Avalanch, estreno Systemia y entrevista Gizëh - 12/01/17  

Hoy escuchamos: Systemia- S(y)stema, Avalanch- El ángel caído, Saratoga- El ciprés solitario, No Procede- Ciudad del olvido, Entrevista Gizëh: Gizëh- Confesiones, Gizëh- Cleopatra, Crisix- Conspiranoia, Ex Deo- The rise of Hannibal.


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+1: A Conversation With Comedian Hannibal Buress  

Guest host and NPR Music contributor Timmhotep Aku talks with comedian, actor and writer Hannibal Buress. Buress is known and loved for his brand of irreverent comedy and his gift for finding absurdity in the seemingly mundane. It's an audacity that informs not only his sense of humor, but also his taste in music. A hip-hop head from Chicago's West Side, Buress is a true rap omnivore whose tastes run the gamut from the uber-popular to the obscure.

Steven Knight - writer of Taboo, CGI resurrections, the Bard's medical knowledge, Alice Oswald  

Peter Cushing died in 1994 yet curiously he reprises his famous role of Grand Moff Tarkin in the new recently-released Star Wars film Rogue One. A lawyer, an actor and a film critic consider Hollywood's increasing use of CGI in giving film actors a screen life well beyond the grave, from the early days of Peter Sellers in Trail of the Pink Panther and Oliver Reed in Gladiator. The hero of Taboo, the new Saturday night BBC1 block buster, is an arresting amalgam of Bill Sykes, Sherlock Holmes, Hannibal Lecter and Heathcliff! Screen writer Steven Knight describes how he worked with star Tom Hardy and his dad Chips to work their initial idea into a gripping eight part historical drama. Today scientists announced a breakthrough in the medical use of spider silk. But it's clear from A Midsummer Night's Dream that Shakespeare already knew about the healing properties of cobwebs. Historian of Medicine Anna Maerker looks at other examples of the Bard's surprising medical knowledge. Alice Oswald's latest collection of poems, Falling Awake, has won this year's Costa Poetry Award. With its classical themes and exploration of the natural world, she discusses why carving rather than writing might be a better verb for describing her approach to creating new work. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Rebecca Armstrong.

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10. Handsome Rambler And Chance The Rapper  

A special episode of the Handsome Rambler. Hannibal and Tony Trimm talk with Chance the Rapper just a couple hours before he releases "Merry Christmas Lil Mama"

Episode 127 Interview with Brianna Shrum  

This week, Brianna Shrum joins us to talk about Pitch Wars, writing, and amazing tricksters.

Mentioned in this episode:
NEVER NEVER by Brianna Shrum
Pitch Wars
HOW TO MAKE OUT by Brianna Shrum
THE GRISHA TRILOGY (Book Series) by Leigh Bardugo
Loki
Tom Hiddleston
Hannibal Lecter
Silence of the Lambs (Movie)
Zutara
Avatar: The Last Airbender (TV Show)
M. Night Shyamalan
NaNoWriMo
LITERARY SEXTS by Amanda Oaks and Caitlyn Siehl
THE SCORPIO RACES by Maggie Stiefvater
Alan Turing
CROOKED KINGDOM by Leigh Bardugo
http://brainnashrum.com
http://twitter.com/BriannaShrum
http://www.facebook.com/brianna.r.shrum
http://www.instagram.com/bchrumby
https://www.tumblr.com/tagged/brianna-shrum

K&B Podcast: Friday December 16th with guests: [Best Of] X Ambassadors, Hannibal Buress and Henry Rollins  

X Ambassadors. Johnny Depp Loves Australia. What's Up With Florida?. Movie Beat. Parrot Talk. Hannibal Buress. Mansplaining Hotline. Taking Pics of Girls' Butts. Star Wars Porn. Henry Rollins. Worst Christmas Songs.

8. Hannibal and Tony Try To Stay Calm with Nai Palm  

The boys talk with Nai Palm, the lead vocalist of Hiatus Kaiyote. They make really smooth music. This is Hannibal writing in the 3rd person. I don't want to do it any more. We had a good time talking about music and people and life and juice. Check out Hiatus Kaiyote. Their last album is great to cuddle to. I'm not an excellent interviewer. Tony is very excited during this one and it shows. Thank you to our sponsors for tolerating the nonsense.  This episode is brought to you by Helix Sleep ( www.helixsleep.com/RAMBLER ), Seeso ( www.seeso.com promo code: RAMBLER), and SeatGeek (promo code: RAMBLER).

Surprise  

In which our heroes surprise everyone by actually doing beans in which we discuss beans. We try to remember the A-Team, fire beans from a gun, and discuss the duo of Baked Beans and Canned Spaghetti. Zoe get's her grapes hassled regarding Hannibal, Jackson tries to explain Jack and the Beanstalk, and Duscher just wants his food to fight back. So sit back in absolute shock as the Shut up a Second team take you for the run around and send you on a bean journey you were in no way prepared for. SURPRISE! Want to help Duscher change his name legally to Charles? Head to http://www.patreon.com/sanspantsradio and for as little as $1 a month, we'll start writing up the paperwork.

Episode 224: Hua Hsu  

Hua Hsu writes for The New Yorker and is the author of A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure Across the Pacific.

“I remember, as a kid, my dad telling me that when he moved to the United States he subscribed to The New Yorker, and then he canceled it after a month because he had no idea what any of it was about. You know, at the time, it certainly wasn’t a magazine for a Chinese immigrant fresh off the boat—or off the plane, rather—in the early 70s. And I always think about that. I always think, ‘I want my dad to understand even though he’s not that interested in Dr.Dre.’ I still think, ‘I want him to be able to glean something from this.’”

Thanks to MailChimp, Texture, and Squarespace for sponsoring this week's episode.

@huahsu huascene.com Hsu on Longform [03:45] A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure Across the Pacific (Harvard University Press • 2016) [04:00] The Good Earth (Pearl S. Buck • Washington Square Press • 1931) [06:00] "Where’s the Beef?" (Slate • Jul 2007) [07:15] And China Has Hands (H.T. Tsiang • Ironweed Press • 2003) [09:00] "On the Road with Hannibal Buress, Comedy’s Most Respected Slacker" (The Fader • Apr 2015) [14:45] "The Remarkable Forgotten Life of H. T. Tsiang" (New Yorker • Jul 2016) [14:45] "Endless Endless: Kraftwek at MoMA" (Paris Review • May 2012) [26:15] "A God Dream" (New Yorker • Feb 2016) [26:45] Hsu’s Archive at Grantland [26:45] "All Hail the Chairmen: Jonathan Olivares’s ‘Taxonomy of Office Chairs’" (LA Review of Books • Apr 2012) [28:45] Pitchfork [28:45] Stereogum [29:45] "Reality Hunger" (New Yorker • Aug 2015)

 

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Not Fake News  

Christina Greer and Charla Lauriston discuss the election, fake news, and more!


Featured Guests: Christina Greer - "The Nightly Show", Professor at Fordham University, the author of “Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream.”, Charla Lauriston - wrote for 'Why?' with Hannibal Buress, First season of ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’, and the creator of the critically acclaimed original series 'Clench & Release'; Pat Brown- BET, The Movie "White Water", Winner of the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, New Album on sale: "SexTape" at comedianpatbrown.com;
Always hosted by Marina Franklin: "Trainwreck", "Louie Season V","The Jim Gaffigan Show", "Conan O'Brien", and Louie's "Horace and Pete"

Fool Me Once  

Hannibal Buress, Annie Duke and Fr. James Martin, S.J. are panelists. A comedian, a poker player and a priest walk into a bar… and have to deal with missing hands, missing bodies and missing scientific evidence. Fact-checker: Sean Rameswaram, podcast producer for WNYC Studios.

TS264: Charity Events, “Fixer Upper”, Greg Abbott, Guest Dana Tuinier  

This week Bryan tells us all about his family’s evening with Hannibal Lecter in Vegas, while Erin shares her run in with Rachel Zoe at a rich, rich, rich charity event. Also, a controversial Buzzfeed article speculates about the hosts of HGTVs “Fixer Upper” and their views on LGBTQ people due to their support of an evangelical church. and Texas Governor Greg Abbott has finalized his plans that require abortion clinics to bury or cremate fetal remains at the patients expense. Plus guest TV Land Executive Dana Tuinier is here to discuss the time she screamed at Bryan in public, her involvement with The Trevor Project, and being instrumental in bringing Throwing Shade to TV Land. Happy December Honeybunz!

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#24 Get Outta My Window Seat!  

Phoebe and Jessica battle discrimination (and guys named Tyler) while traveling. Plus, Giulia Rozzi (Comedy Central's This is Not Happening) cries a lot, Hannibal Buress (host of Handsom Rambler podcast) starts the ashy acceptance movement, and Max Silvestri (Bravo's Recipe for Deception) just can't talk to straight dudes. 

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Featured Comedians:

1. Giulia Rozzi

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2. Hannibal Buress

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3. Max Silvestri

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6. Hoop Dreams & Smooth Schemes  

Comedian and Hannibal’s gambling buddy Kevin Bozeman is on this week’s Handsome Rambler! They remember elementary school basketball stars, share their worst heckler stories, and wonder whether Hannibal needs to learn to parallel park. Later, Tony...

5. Sleepy Flights In The Late Night  

Handsome Rambler is taping at Hannibal’s new building! He and Tony talk about some of their favorite new records, dealing with the reality of President Trump, and why there should be trap karaoke. Then Hannibal breaks down the latest UFC fights and...

VFA013 - Veganer Calisthenics Profi - Matthias Kegelmann im Interview  

Heute haben wir Matthias Kegelmann zu Gast, er ist seit 2009 Calisthenics Athlete & 26 Jahre jung. Matthias bebt in Basel und ist Vegan Aktiv.

In dieser Episode lernst du:

 Alles über Calisthenics Training Wie wichtig Ernährung tatsächlich ist Wie du eine Human Flag hinbekommst Alles über Trainings Intensität und Trainingsziele

Die Story von Matthias Kegelmann
Matthias Kegelmann hat vor 10 Jahren – also mit 16 Jahren – mit klassischem Krafttraining angefangen zu trainieren. Die Trainingsgeräte seiner Wahl waren Kurzhantel und Langhantel und Klimmzugstange zum Muskelaufbau. Kegelmann´s Freunde und er haben sich alles selbst beigebracht 3 Jahre lang. Danach hat Matthias Kegelmann im Fitnessstudio trainiert. Klimmzüge haben ihm schon sehr gelegen, daher wurden diese nach und nach seine Lieblingsübung. 2009 hat er ein Video von Hannibal King aus New York gesehen.
Und diese Sachen fielen ihm auch relativ leicht. In dieser Zeit hat er Wissen wie ein Schwamm aufgesogen. Das Calisthenics Video von Hannibal hat viel bewegt.

Er ernährte sich lange Zeit ohne Wissen und ohne Plan. Er hat einfach alles gegessen. Bei dem Freund, bei dem er trainiert hat, wurde gerne auch noch vor dem Training Kuchen und Torte zu Abend gegessen. Vor über 3 Jahren ist Matthias Kegelmann dann vegan geworden und hat sich mehr mit Ernährung auseinandergesetzt.

Wie man sich ernähren soll hängt stark vom Ziel der Diät ab. Bei Übergewicht ist es am einfachsten durch die Ernährung Gewicht zu verlieren. Grundsätzlich findet Matthias, aber dass Training ist die viel wichtigere Komponente, als die Ernährung. Die Muskeln werden nur durch Training erzeugt! Für Matthias ist nicht nur Kraft und Muskelzuwachs wichtig, sondern der gesamte Prozess. Als Performance Athlete ist Ernährung sehr unwichtig.
Dabei gilt die Regel – Je weniger du dich bewegst, desto wichtiger ist die Ernährung. Je mehr du dich bewegst, desto wichtiger ist die Ernährung

Training:
Trainiert wird hauptsächlich im Fitnessstudio oder im Park in der Nähe.
Klimmzüge und Dips werden hauptsächlich im Studio gemacht. Kniebeugen mit Langhantel auch im Studio.
Er trainiert ohne Plan aber mit Konzept im Kopf.
Unterkörper / Oberkörper Split. 5-6 Training die Woche. Er versucht einen Reiz zwei mal die Woche zu setzen. Anfänger können auch ein Ganzkörper-Training die Woche absolvieren.

Welches sind die besten Übungen:
Klimmzüge, Dips und Kniebeuge sind die besten Übungen.
Warum trainiert er Kniebeugen. Er möchte eine gleichmässige Kraftentwicklung
Die Kniebeugen sind eine wunderbare Übung die sehr viel aus dem Körper rausholt.

Grundsätzliches:
Kraft = Technik
Krafttraining hat eine sehr hohe Kompetenz des Übens. Im Kraft-Training braucht man daher Konzentration und Leistung.

Hauptkomponente des Trainings:
Grundkraft: siehe oben
Skilltraining: Power Competitions und Freestyle Moves.

Human Flag lernen
Human Flab sollte aufbauend erlernt werden. Man sollte sich vorerst bewusst sein, dass die Human Flag gar nicht schwierig ist – zumindest nicht so schwierig wie sie ausschaut. Daher ist eine sehr schöne Human Flag zu können nicht das Endprodukt einer Calisthenics Karriere.
Wie kann man die Human Flag lernen?
Der obere Arm zieht den Körper ran und der untere Arm drückt ihn weg. Das grösste Hindernis ist dabei der Schultergürtel. Die Kraft muss dementsprechend in den Schultern entwickelt werden.

Die Schultermuskulatur wird hauptsächlich mit dem Dip trainiert. Ebenso eignen sich der Handstand oder der Turkish Get up mit Kettlebells.

Calisthenics Anfänger:
Im Internet kursieren viel Informationen zu diesem Thema. Für Calisthenics Anfänger sollten am besten erstmals die Wiederholungsanzahl niedrig sein. Zudem rät er, dass zeitlichen Druck eher schädlich, als förderlich ist. Denn am Anfang ist die Technik ganz wichtig zu trainieren.
Ein Tipp, auf Calisthenics-Movement können Pläne angefordert werden.

Calisthenics Athleten:
Bekannte Athleten vermarkten sich gut und manche von denen sind athletisch nur mässig oder vermitteln nur unterdurchschnittliches Wissen. Diese Athleten stammen meist aus dem Ostblock oder Italien, sagt Matthias.

Ernährung:
Ernährung ist ihm in Bezug auf Sport nicht so wichtig. Doch ist für Matthias die Ernährung eine politisch wichtige  Sache und besonders wichtig im Bezug zur Umwelt.
Er ist zur veganen Ernährung aus Neugierde und Interesse an seiner Gesundheit gekommen. Anfangs hat er viele Smoothies, Reis und Kartoffel gegessen. Als er nach Basel zog hat sich das gewandelt und er legt mehr Wert auf die Umwelt und das Tierwohl gelegt.
Er Achten auf die Zufuhr von Vitamin B12 und auf eine vollwertige und ausg

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