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Talk around America's water cooler surrounding faith, politics, and culture is changing fast. Just the News' political affairs program "The Water Cooler with David Brody" takes a deep dive into the issues of our time to get to heart of what people are talking about today. Journalist David Brody sits down with some of the biggest newsmakers and thought leaders of the day to talk about values and traditions in a non—traditional way.
 
In "Tales from Around the Watercooler," the employment law attorneys at The Prinz Law Firm provide invaluable advice for how to find success in the workplace and how to navigate some of the trickiest situations as a professional. Your host, Kristen Prinz, of "The Prinz Law Firm" works on a daily basis with executives, professionals, and small businesses to turn adverse events into opportunities.
 
Cooler Than TV! is obviously, cooler than your television. The three of us have our own unique minds, and it would be a crime if we didn't share them with the world. So we put together this Podcast where we discuss different topics. You'll be amazed at out outlook on things and how we connect topics together. You'll never look at your television the same way again.
 
What does it look like to be a real Christian? That's the question Kurt Sears and Brady McCullough are trying to answer after walking away from their faith and coming back. Gather around the digital water cooler as a manager in Corporate America and a high school history teacher explore the Bible together, and discover what it looks like to live out your faith while balancing life, family, and a full-time job.
 
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Hey, we are the pacific cooler club. We are a group of teenagers exploring the pros and cons of different controversial issues. Usually, our discussions turn into heated arguments, that end hilariously. We also play music that we feel fits into our discussions nicely. This show we play: (in order) Katie's song by our own Paper candy Alors on danse by Stromae Let's go crazy by Prince Go the Distance from Disney's Hercules Piano Man by Billy Joel Enjoy!!! And tell your friends to say reeee-sie ...
 
Welcome to Cooler Earth, a podcast where we talk with those seeking solutions to the climate crisis. These are the people , leading the movement to keep this planet a livable one. And they’re doing so in ways that ensure equity and justice for all people, specifically those who have been at the frontlines of this crisis. Each and every day, massive amounts of work and dedication are bringing us closer to addressing climate change on the scale it requires. This series brings you the wonderful ...
 
Alle Welt spricht über Serien und 40 Euro Gin-Marken. Wir sprechen über Bücher. Bücher die so gut sind, dass wir ein Extraticket buchen, damit sie im Flugzeug neben uns sitzen können. Bücher die so schlecht sind, dass man sich fragt ob Buchstaben eine gute Idee waren. Dieser Podcast heißt: TOO LONG DIDN’T READ und wer ihn hört, wird vielleicht nicht schöner werden, aber dafür einen schönen Text für seine Grabstein schreiben können.
 
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We look at Amazon's Them, a new horror anthology series that examines the horror stemming from 1950s racism. But when does horror go too far? This week, we're back at the Water Cooler with a spoiler-filled look at Amazon's Them: Covenant on the docket. Created by Little Marvin and executive produced by Lena Waithe, Them's first season of a planned …
 
Human's process faces almost better than anything else, we can even see faces when there isn't a face there which is called Face pareidolia and why people claim to see faces in the sky or in the sea. Our brains try to see faces everywhere, even where they are no faces. But on occasion this malfunctions worse than just coffee foam oddly looking like…
 
With Oscar Season in full swing, we follow up with last year's "Oscars Of The 2010s Special" with the decade of the 2000s. Host Rob Champion is joined by Michael Cusumano and Chris Fredda in creating nominations for Best Picture, Director, The Four Acting and Two Screenplay Categories, Animated, Documentary, and Foreign Language Features from films…
 
In this episode, Kristen announces the re-launch of Tales From Around The Water Cooler as it centers even more on workplace stories and employment law. Kristen and fellow Prinz Law Firm attorney Christina Hynes Mesco dive into a dynamic discussion of the meaning of the well-known phrase “wrongful termination.” They provide specific anecdotes from t…
 
Everyone's favorite teen-of-the-future is back and up to more shenanigans. Shenanigans that *very* closely resemble Ceri's guess from our last episode.Find us on Twitter:Nicole: www.twitter.com/sweeneysaysMatt: www.twitter.com/matthewgaydosMarines: www.twitter.com/mynameismarinesCeri: www.twitter.com/cerileywww.snarksquad.com/dcomwww.bonesforbowser…
 
Quena González, Director of State and Local Affairs at the Family Research Council, discusses Arkansas' bill on banning gender transition services for minors that was passed by the state legislature over the governor's veto, and explains why Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) may have vetoed it.
 
Awards Daily's Mark Johnson sits down with Oscar-nominated director Pippa Ehrlich from My Octopus Teacher. It is hard to imagine accomplishing more with a feature film debut than Pippa Ehrlich did this year. Her exceptional natural history documentary, My Octopus Teacher, is one of the most widely loved films of the year, hailed by both critics and…
 
Mark Meckler, Interim CEO of Parler and President of Convention of States Action, says, "I don't believe any of that talk. I believe that they're working with their Democratic counterparts in Democrat states, I believe they intend to impose this - they're just getting some blowback from the American public so they're a little bit on their heels - I…
 
Jordan Sekulow, Executive Director of the American Center for Law and Justice, says that the left looks past corporations' business dealings with China since they also work with them, which is why corporations are joining the left-wing mob.
 
This week, we're plugging into HBO Max's newest dark comedy Made for Love, starring Cristin Milioti and Billy Magnussen. Plus, we discuss SAG winners! Do you ever want to know what your partner is thinking? What about if they love you? Or if they even like you? Then take a look at HBO Max's Made for Love. Starring Cristin Milioti and Billy Magnusse…
 
In this episode, I talk to Dr Ashley Juavinett on her book 'So you want to be a Neuroscientist' which covers not only the difficulties, promise and secrets of being a neuroscientist. My interview with Ashley not only covers the topics of her book but also her inspirations and everything she would have added to the book after it was completed. Becom…
 
Epilepsy is a condition that is most simply understood as causing blackouts and seizures but from a neurological point of view what is happening is a mass activation of neurons with very little control which effectively overloads our sensory and motor centres and can cause unconsciousness as the brain can't fire in the ways that allow for a normal …
 
David Bossie, President of Citizens United, said that implementing a COVID-19 vaccine passport "is a dangerous slippery slope for America," and that if the federal government mandates it, states attorneys general will fight it in court.
 
It's never easy to say goodbye to a show you love, but it feels particularly difficult to close the doors on NBC's ensemble comedy, Superstore. The show ran for 6 seasons and we here at Awards Daily TV have been avid fans from the very first episode. For this week's episode, Joey is joined by Jalal Haddad and Jordan Walker to talk about favorite ch…
 
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem says that her state legislature's bill to protect girls' sports should be the same as Tennessee's version and that all the federal judges in South Dakota were appointed by presidents Obama and Clinton.
 
Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House (R-GA), says that if Democrats are unable to get rid of the Senate filibuster, then H.R. 1 won't be passed, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) will likely be the next Speaker of the House.
 
Continuing with our special #womenshistorymonth Mini-Series, "80s Ladies Be Workin'", we talk about the 1987 film, "Broadcast News". Host Rob Champion and Charity Schubert discuss the complicated dynamics of "The Career Woman", "The Nice Guy", and "The Himbo". As well as the impact the movie had on the culture. Links to the episode on Apple Podcast…
 
Dr Rafiq Huda's work in human decision-making processes have elucidated the process of flexible decision making across rodent and human brains. However, recently Rafiq has risen to the ranks of having his own lab and this means he has spent the last year transitioning from a pure researcher to the joint job of researcher and lab manager. Running a …
 
Listen to today's Water Cooler podcast where former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talks about how vaccine passports are a bad idea; Lara Trump talks about whether she will run for the U.S. Senate in 2022 and Marjorie Taylor Greene says Twitter purposely suspended her account for political reasons.
 
This week, the Water Cooler Podcast welcomes the Queen of Soul, or a limited series version of her, in NatGeo's Genius: Aretha. One of the biggest limited series of the year so far drops this week: NatGeo's Genius: Aretha. Starring Cynthia Erivo as the legendary genius, Aretha makes a compelling argument for what exactly makes a genius. That's some…
 
It is a question in Psychology and Neuroscience how people who are constantly adventurous and rigidly stuck to what they know are both using the dopamine systems found in the midbrain. How can two seemingly opposite patterns of behaviour come from the same source and why whenever a discussion about the brain starts is it always somehow focused on d…
 
Russ Vought, former Director of the Office of Management and Budget under the Trump administration, says that if the Biden administration decides to never spend the money on the border wall that was appropriated by Congress, then they are in violation of the law.
 
We return to the movie list episodes, with our "Top Ten Movies Of 1986"! Host Rob Champion and Columnist for the "The Film Experience", Michael Cusumano talk about Fan Favorites (Aliens, Stand By Me, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Fly) and Cult Classics (Manhunter, Blue Velvet, Down By Law, A Room With A View), as well as recapping Highest Grossing …
 
Megan and Joey skip television for a week and talk their favorite Oscar nominations with Jalal and Jordan! Did something happen this week? What is happening in the entertainment landscape? Oh, yeah! The Oscar nominations were announced early (and we mean early) Monday morning. With Mank leading the field with 10, what mentions were our favorites? W…
 
In this series on Academia and Industry we are moving to the other end of the spectrum and instead of talking with scientists about how they integrate into business we are approaching CEO of the Lark Group and how he works with scientists. Kirk provides insights into his working relationships with scientists and what he thinks are both the best pra…
 
Russ Vought, former Office of Management and Budget Director under the Trump administration, said that the H.R. 1440 bill will codify into the Civil Rights Act "that anyone who disagrees with the sexual progressive ideology is therefore a bigot" and discriminating against fellow citizens.
 
Teresa Mull, editor of GunpowderMagazine.com, says that liberals are "having a moment" with their attack on the Second Amendment, but that even those who typically vote Democrat - like minorities and women - will push back because they believe in their right to defend themselves.
 
Mind-wandering or daydreaming is one of the most common activities that happen in a day. It is almost impossible to not eventually have your mind wander off into thoughts about the past or fantasies about the future. In this episode, I interview Dr Julia Kam on her research into mind-wandering and how we can study the major network involved, the de…
 
This week, the Water Cooler Podcast delves into Disney+'s buzzy limited series WandaVision. Plus, we catch up on Critics Choice winners and DGA TV nominees! We've waited patiently for Disney+'s WandaVision to wrap. This week at the Water Cooler, Joey, Megan, and Clarence catch up on the series as a complete whole. Here, we run the gamut of Marvel t…
 
We celebrate #womenshistorymonth with a mini-podcast-series, "80s Ladies Be Workin'", with our first film, "9 To 5". Hosts Rob Champion and Charity Schubert talk about the initially modest movie that became a cultural milestone. We also discuss if the themes of the film hold up, what does its legacy mean for the culture, and just a huge Dolly Parto…
 
The Disney Channel closed out the year with a middling movie about weather and Santa. We were underwhelmed by the movie but very impressed with Ceri's plot guess.Find us on Twitter:Nicole: www.twitter.com/sweeneysaysMatt: www.twitter.com/matthewgaydosMarines: www.twitter.com/mynameismarinesCeri: www.twitter.com/cerileywww.snarksquad.com/dcomwww.bon…
 
Artificial intelligence is used regularly in neuroscientist with programs that are able to process enormous amounts of data and alter their own parameters to 'learn'. AI is even used to identify different objects just through a camera and the applications of visual identification are becoming mainstream with the use of such programs in self-driving…
 
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