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Emmet Penney

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Co-hosts Emmet and John plumb the depths of history, culture, and philosophy to understand why it is that despite calamities and rapid change nothing feels possible anymore. Guests include artists, scholars, and thinkers from all over the world. Subscribe to our Patreon to receive 2 extra exclusive episodes a month: https://www.patreon.com/exhaust
 
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BizPaul & Phylecia Jones

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Did you ever imagine what the last couple of years would be like? Yeah, so did we. Was it what we envisioned? Er, nope. Whether it's Covid-19, systemic racism, politics, celebrities or the general public, there's a lot of disappointment in our veins. Come and share in our woe - it'll be therapeutic. But be warned, this is not an objective show. We have views.
 
Awed and Exhausted is a new podcast helping you reclaim your time and mind bringing everyday joy and simple abundance into your life. With a bit of pop culture on the side! We will explore topics like creating a self-care ritual, the benefits of self-hypnosis, revisit 80's & 90's cartoons and tv shows for the "teachable" moments, which apps can improve your lifestyle, and I'll share what has awed or exhausted me. Let's go on a living spree! Subscribe and share today. Support this podcast: ht ...
 
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Anton Jager sits down with Emmet to talk about how we moved from the post-political age of technocratic consensus to the noisy stasis of our current hyper-political present. They talk about whether the right and left descriptors handed down from French parliament hold today, politics as fandom, the death of political responsibility, and more! How t…
 
What a clickbaity episode title! It's relevant, though. This episode contains a 'purp walk' from five of the world's best known controversial white males right now. Consider it like one of those 2022 'Best of/Worst of' lists. Come with us and discuss: Boris Johnson, Prince Harry, Prince Andrew, Novak Djokovic and Donald Trump. It sounds like one of…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: My guest this week is Nic Marks who claims that, “Happiness is a serious business and businesses who take it seriously do better. Happier teams are more productive, more innovative, and have less churn.” Find out what it takes. Resources/Links: Take the FREE personal happiness at work test: https://frida…
 
This week Chris, and Rich talk about: 90s rock. we’ve all had COVID, COVIDiots. police, the new CDC guidelines, COVID and preexisting conditions, COVID and the media, RIP John Madden, and RIP Bob Saget. Please follow us on Twitter @genexhaustedpod and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GexExhaustedPod Download the rest of our shows at Christop…
 
Emmet and John take on the ideas of Reinhold Niebuhr and his impact on neocons and MLK. Then they look at Lasch's interpretation of MLK's intellectual life and political career. They compare the Southern and Northern Civil Rights campaigns and contemplate the deadlock, in part created by King himself, left in his wake. They close by discussing rese…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: When it comes to caring for the environment, it is easy to feel like you are just one person and that your actions won’t make much of a difference. In truth, the choices you make can lead up to a meaningful change. Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://bit.ly/extrapod To download campaign-spec…
 
Luke Thompson returns to talk with Emmet about Joan Didion, who recently passed. They focus on her essay "Insider Baseball," her coverage of the 1988 presidential primary season, and discuss the nature of American presidential campaigns, the campaign press, the nature of Didion's insights, what made 2016 so weird, and more! Insider Baseball by Joan…
 
More illegal parties, influencers telling you to stop being poor - this is what living in a post-Covid world is like now that we are, apparently, in one. Something that the young folk will have to still deal with going forward: radicalized parents. How do you cope when you see your own flesh and blood appear trying to overthrow the government or sp…
 
This week Chris has COVID, so Rich and Earl talk about January 6th, Antonio Brown, the new Matrix, and Don't Look Up! Please follow us on Twitter @genexhaustedpod and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GexExhaustedPod Download the rest of our shows at ChristopherMedia.net!על ידי Christopher Media
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: In today’s modern world, we spend almost all of our time indoors. This translates into more inflammation. So if your immune system is compromised, you'll want to learn from this week’s guest, an expert in grounding. Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://bit.ly/extrapod To watch the award-winni…
 
Emmet and Mike discuss medieval techniques of memory and forgetting. They discuss Cornelius Agrippa's assault on those techniques as an assault on the corrupted scholastic world. In Agrippa's thought we see the germs of modernity. The discuss opens up into a contemplation of ancient science and tech, the propaganda of the Enlightenment, the discipl…
 
Welcome to 2022 - yes, we're still going! Expectations of what this year brings are low. But just in case it should really push the boundaries on how low society can go, you probably should prepare. In this episode we discuss the need to ready your 'go bag' so you can grab it and survive. What sort of things are helpful? After all, you don't want t…
 
Emmet and John work through questions of the democratization of work and culture in the era of mass production and mass culture. They also trace the relationship between cultural bohemians and elites with the workers' movement, including the forgotten legacy of Mabel Dodge Luhan. The close by talking about national loyalty, the repeat of debates fr…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: We all struggle at times, but did you know that much of the time it’s because we think there is something wrong with us? Remedying this might be as simple as falling in love with yourself and astrology can help. Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://bit.ly/extrapod http://debrasilvermanastrolo…
 
Emmet and returning guest Josh Bregman sit down to talk about the movie Looper. They look back at what makes it such a successful film, but also what it captured about the year it was released, 2012. They talk about Mark Fisher, life before social media, "the slow cancellation of the future," what kind of interregnum we're in, and what Looper had t…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: If you’ve been struggling with post-traumatic stress and nothing’s helped, it’s time you heard about the alternative treatments saving the lives of veterans and first responders. Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://bit.ly/extrapod For post-traumatic stress: https://www.woundedheroesdocumenta…
 
Emmet and Mike talk about Agamben's book, Where Are We Now?: The Epidemic as Politics, and reflect on life since the pandemic. They discuss Carl Schmitt, security theater, anti-social civics, the cultic gnosticism of scientific faith, the need for physical practices and spiritual mentors, bare life, their own intellectual failings during the pandem…
 
We could just refer you back to previous episodes and say 'just listen to that to see where we are today'. Round and round in circles. In this episode, we talk parties, Omicron, restrictions, British baking language and Christmas. The world is a mess; come and listen to the perfect antidote - this episode, which is also a bit of a mess in it's stru…
 
This week, we heard about Erik's race at the Beast of the East 50-miler (which was won by the incomparable Karl Meltzer) and Camille Herron's new American record in the 100 mile distance. We also reflected on our great interview with Pat Binienda, sharing our favorite pieces and biggest takeaways.על ידי Most Pleasant Exhaustion
 
This is a teaser! Subscribe to our Patreon to get the rest, plus two exclusive episodes a month. We return to our Lasch series and talk about Georges Sorel and the syndicalist moment in the late 19th and early 20th century. Property, proprietorship, and centralization are the major themes of the chapter. We brought some of these issues into the pre…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: If you're a creator or founder and you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the ideas you have for your business, you are in luck. Rather than burn out, you’ll learn how to simplify your processes and focus on the one to three right solutions for your business. Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://b…
 
We bring you the F1 analysis that you never knew you needed, from people that know marginally more about the sport than someone who knows nothing. There's an injustice in F1 (in our opinion) and, like most things in 2021, it's all about rules and changing them. Paul tries his hardest to relate all this to the alleged Downing Street parties. It's a …
 
Professor of film and media studies and author of Virtue Hoarders: The Case Against the Professional Managerial Class, Catherine Liu joins Emmet to talk about the death of the humanities in higher ed, the meritocratic nightmare of Common Core, why the humanities are important, the HRification of everything, and more! The Apotheosis of the Professio…
 
This week Chris, Rich and Earl talk about: Jussie Smollett, the media (again), Omicron, Kyle Rittenhouse is doing interviews, politics, social media, Roe v Wade, the labor crisis, the 2024 election, economics, and relationships. Please follow us on Twitter @genexhaustedpod and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GexExhaustedPod Download the res…
 
This week, for our 200th episode, we interviewed the man who talked Michelle into running her first marathon. Pat Binienda has been a runner for nearly fifty years--having run at least one marathon in each of those years--and recently ran across the United States. He shared the wisdom and insight he has gained over all those miles, and he offered a…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Do you wake up in the middle of the night for no reason? Do you have surges of irritability that come out of nowhere? If you answered yes, you might have stealth anxiety or even trauma. Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://bit.ly/extrapod To sample audio clips from the book, Warrior, go to: h…
 
Contributing editor at Unherd Mary Harrington joins Emmet to talk about why everything feels like porn, the smooth hell of life online, the culture of fear in the time of COVID, how women get forgotten, and more! Read Mary Harrington's work at Unherd. Mary's website. Subscribe to our Patreon to get two exclusive episodes a month!…
 
In the saga that never seems to end, it's reasonable that your usual brand of Coronavirus needs a refresh. Enter Omicron, the all new, improved pathogen. It's the best one yet! With an increasing sense of déjà vu, we talk about its increasing prevalence, and soon to be dominance, in our world. What impact is there on the big pharma companies? Shoul…
 
This week Chris, Rich, and Earl talk about more Astroworld fallout, more Kyle Rittenhouse fallout, Ghislane Maxwell, economics, perception, Jimi Hendrix, a Republican senator wants to burn some books, and Chris Cuomo. Please follow us on Twitter @genexhaustedpod and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GexExhaustedPod Download the rest of our sh…
 
Emmet and Mike hash out MacIntyre's provocative lecture at Notre Dame's conference on the idea of human dignity in the secular age last month. They go through the essentials of MacIntyre's argumentation, reflect on its implications, then consider Abrahamic Law more broadly. Mike brings a Muslim perspective to bear and they both ask how we are to li…
 
Wondering what to look for in a pair of off-road shoes? This week, Erik took a deep dive into what makes trail shoes different and special. In addition, we talked a bit about our Spotify year-in-review lists, our Turkey Trots, our Jingle Jogs, and a bit of research on the endurance benefits of bodyweight exercises.…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Do you jump around from one fitness program to the next? Are you someone who can start something but quits before you get a result? Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://bit.ly/extrapod Go to https://livekinetically.com/start-here for a FREE Biomechanical Movement Signature Analysis session Su…
 
River Page joins Emmet to talk about the new woke institutions and how they reify previously existing class structures. They go into standpoint theory, identity politics, the CIA's relationship to the New Left, PMC projections of the working class's soul, and much more. They close by contemplating the possibility of a better left populism. The Stan…
 
This week Rich and Earl talk about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, and how to change the political system without rebellion. Please follow us on Twitter @genexhaustedpod and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GexExhaustedPod Download the rest of our shows at ChristopherMedia.net!על ידי Christopher Media
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Have you lost your sense of purpose? Do you feel stuck in your work and unsure about how to get your groove back? Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://bit.ly/extrapod Go to www.jenniferlouden.com to get the first chapter of “Why Bother” Summary Creatives, authors, and entrepreneurs can someti…
 
Canada Mike and Emmet take a look at three pieces to consider different lenses for human development. The first is an essay on Engels by Wolfgang Streeck, the second is a lecture on thermoeconomics by John Constable, and the third is an overview of arguments for human evolution by Michael E. Mann. Emmet and Mike touch on the Meiji restoration, why …
 
COVID rates are soaring in Europe. Will the UK be protected by a token bit of water? We consider whether the UK government's strategy will be proved to have been the right one after all. It's a tense week in the US, and none more so than in Alabama RV parks where Phylecia and her husband are living through a real life soap opera. Experience the dra…
 
This week Chris and Rich talk about: Ted Nugent, rockstars and pedophilia, Michigan’s AG got hammered at Michigan/Michigan State, Kyle Rittenhouse, Paul Rudd, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and politics in entertainment. Please follow us on Twitter @genexhaustedpod and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GexExhaustedPod Download the rest of our shows…
 
Emmet and John forge ahead through the longest and most difficult chapter in Lasch's The True And Only Heaven. They question his use of Thomas Carlyle, delve into the Calvinism in both Carlyle and Emerson, what it means for America to have an anti-progressive tradition, Boethius's Wheel of Fortune, appreciating fate, and more! Subscribe to the Patr…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Are you an entrepreneur serving people one at a time? If so, you might be maxed out. You need to turn your expertise into a scalable source of consistent income. Resources/Links: Watch video of episode: https://bit.ly/extrapod Tools for thought leaders: http://jasonvo.download Summary Entrepreneurs often…
 
Another in our 'advice' series (they always do so well, and why not listen to two wise sages who have lived their best life and now offer advice to others?) this time about dating. Not that either Paul or Phylecia have dated in years, but nevermind. We look at the 'rules' of modern dating, discuss their merits and suggest when you may need to break…
 
Emmet sat down with Joseph Keegin to talk about his pice for Tablet, The High Church of Wokeism, which traces certain elements of woke ideology back to Unitarian Universalism. They talk about the unacknowledged power of divinity schools in shaping American progressivism, repairing the "broken middle," identity talk as soul talk, and much more. The …
 
Paul's been among the people again. Human's are clearly not exhausting him as much as they are still Phylecia who, this week, has discovered the world of Gen Z flexing on social media. This episode exposes us as complete Boomers, not understanding why Gen Z need to flex about renting a house with average work surfaces. What causes this phenomenon? …
 
Emmet sits down with Percy Menzies of Assisted Recovery Centers of America to talk about the opioid epidemic in America. Percy walks through the history of opioids, how OxyContin changed everything, and how fentanyl has changed everything again. He and Emmet discuss misunderstandings about addiction, the forces aligned against solving the crisis--i…
 
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