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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
 
Did you ever imagine what 2020 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.
 
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Emmet sits down with historian, podcaster, and writer Sam Biagetti to talk about his latest piece for American Affairs, "Into the Fairy Castle: The Persistence of Victorian Liberalism." They about Gilbert and Sullivan, Borgen, the downfall of the Bernie movement, meritocracy and more. Subscribe to Sam's podcast here. ["Into the Fairy Castle: The Pe…
 
Vaccine expert Nicki Minaj warns the world about an unusual side effect of getting the shot. We talk about how Covid is allowing us to deliver great excuses for when we don't want to attend anything. Like the Met Gala, a very strange event where rich people get to show off how rich and elite they are. The Churchill Fellowship has been accused of wo…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Do you have money stress? Does it feel like you never have quite enough and that if only you had more, you’d solve all your money problems? Believe it or not, that’s how most people think regardless of whether they have a little or a lot of money. Resources/Links: Go to http://kenhonda.com/freegift to gr…
 
In this one, we embark on the second chapter of Lasch's The True and Only Heaven to talk about his historical understanding of progress and his underlying critique. We talk about millenarianism, what progressivism isn't, the family as a buttress against the market, Adam Smith's fatalism, the challenge of republican ideals, and more. Subscribe to ou…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Do you struggle with low self-esteem? Do you stop yourself instead of going for your dreams? Do you worry about what others will think of you? If you answered yes to any of these questions, chances are you have some limiting beliefs, or as my guest this week calls it - head trash. Resources/Links: Go to …
 
Emmet talks with author and cohost of Aufhebunga Bunga Phil Cunliffe about the bungled evac of Kabul, the Afghanistan War's aimlessness, historical amnesia, and more! The Fall of an American Empire by Phill Cunliffe Whatever Happened to the Good War? by Phil Cunliffe Subscribe to our Patreon for 2 exclusive episodes a month! Closing Song: Dig It A …
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Ladies - if you’re unhappy in your romantic relationship, you are at risk for developing depression. This is why I interviewed the Baroness Angelika Christie to share with you how you can revive your relationship and step out of that downward spiral that might be hijacking your mind and heart. Resources/…
 
To celebrate ex.haust's one year anniversary, Emmet and John respond to listener questions. This one was really fun to do. Thank you all so much for your support. Getting to work on this podcast is a true joy. We wouldn't be able to do this without you, listener. Subscribe to our Patreon for 2 exclusive episodes a month. [Merch.](tee.pub/lic/k8eEk8…
 
This is a teaser. To hear the full episode subscribe to our Patreon. In this one, Emmet and Mike discuss cultural narcissism, Mike's MILF Hitler theory, the societal threat unguided young men pose, Sheller's abortive USMC protest videos about the Afghanistan exit, the officer corps as a societal bellwether, and more! Sheller: https://www.cbsnews.co…
 
It's the Labor Day holiday in the US so we catch Phylecia before she meets family IRL - yes, IRL - while in Alabama, where you can't buy alcohol on a Sunday. It must be confusing to keep up with all the different laws as you move between different states. States are taking advantage of making their own laws. Texas is in the news for passing legisla…
 
This week, we finally discussed one of the biggest stories of the summer for fans of American distance running: the positive doping test of American record-holder Shelby Houlihan. We also talked about recent running-related Covid developments. On a brighter note, though, we described the amazing ultrarunning feats of Aleksandr Sorokin and Courtney …
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: If you’re a high achiever, chances are you experience high stress, get periodically overwhelmed, and even suffer from burnout. That's where evidence-based neuroscience tools can help. Heather Crider, this week’s guest, shares about the most common mistakes high achievers make and provides a mindset tip t…
 
Emmet sits down with Alexi and Sam from the fashion and culture podcast Nymphet Alumni to talk about how culture does or doesn't get handed down, our contextless existence, the state of fashion, the absolute state of zoomers and more! Subscribe to our Patreon for 2 exclusive episodes a month! Merch. Closing Song: "Please Respect Out Decadence" by A…
 
Introducing Phylecia Jones, our resident meteorologist who guides us through Hurricane Ida and gives us a general overview on where in the US Paul should live to avoid extreme weather. Our Paralympics coverage begins with a discussion on the medal table and how Team GB beat the USA at Wheelchair Rugby. Paralympic sport is another level. The last tw…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: If you’re an artist or writer and you struggle with anxiety, there is no better person to look to for guidance than Dr. Eric Maisel. That’s because he’s a creativity coach and the author of more than 50 books! Resources/Links: Go to www.ericmaisel.com/newsletter for a sample of 12 of Dr. Maisel’s books w…
 
Emmet and John begin their series on Lasch's book The True and Only Heaven: Progress and Its Critics." They lay out the general premise, debate whether or not Lasch was a degrowther, reflect on the impact of the 70s energy crisis, and more! Subscribe to the Patreon for 2 exclusive episodes a month. We now have merch. Song: "Playpen of Dissent" by S…
 
Paul is out of the house and is out and about in the North West of England. Phylecia is also out of the house and is out and about in the bottom of Oklahoma. Neither is a reflection on the state of the pandemic. On his travels, Paul has been on another walk/hike - as if he's an expert now - and had another eventful time, this time involving rescuin…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: According to my guest this week on the Exhausted to Extraordinary Podcast, Manuj Aggarwal, the biggest challenge professionals face today is understanding other people. This is especially challenging if you try to communicate with folks from industries unrelated to yours. But being able to understand oth…
 
Canada Mike, Emmet, and John discuss HP Lovecraft's "Call of Cthulu" and Harlan Ellison's "I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream." They situate each of them in history and talk about the concept of the weird, the weird tale as an American contribution, Lovecraft's modernism vs. Ellison's post-modernism, non-time and post-time, and a whole lot more! Sub…
 
This show may never end. We will never be short on content from the world. However, this episode drops at a time where the level of chaos and disaster caused by humans is so overwhelming that we're taking time out to talk about something else. Come and join us on a bit of a random chat where we discuss: Stealing Olympic gold medal counts based on y…
 
In our final installment of the After Virtue series, we provide an overview of MacIntyre's closing arguments, pose complicating rebuttals, and consider the power of viewing life as a narrative among other things. At the end, we talk about some of the things you can look forward to as we approach ex.haust's second year. Thanks so much for your suppo…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: According to Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge, 50 percent of children in the US have a physical or mental health problem. ​​If your kid falls into that camp, you are likely looking high and low for trusted experts and treatments. ​Dr. Roseann shares the #1 mistake parents make when trying to help their kids tha…
 
Strength coach and powerlifter Bill Coyne joins Emmet to talk about his pilgrimage to Westside Barbell, the strongest gym in the world, the history of weight lifting, getting strong as an antidote to despair, and more! If you want to learn more about weightlifting, feel free to DM Bill or Emmet on Twitter. Subscribe to our Patreon for 2 exclusive e…
 
As the Tokyo 2020 Olympics comes to an end, so too does our special coverage. As we wrap it up, we talk women's Greco-Roman wrestling, modern pentathlon and which sport are for the rich, the suburbs and the street. You'll be pleased to know there's very little talk of Covid in this episode because, people, the world is on fire and we don't have tim…
 
Emmet and Canada Mike return to their bread and butter: vaccine supply chains. People have been asking for a vaccine update, so Mike and Emmet hashed it out. They talk about Pfizer's insane contracts, DARPA's involvement in Operation Warp Speed, Foucault, Agamben, Plato, Taleb, and more! If you're new, you can listen to our first ep on vaccines her…
 
It's all happening at Tokyo 2020: mental health, BMX, mixed relays and asylum seekers. Typical Olympics. In the fast-developing story that continues to be Covid-19, the Delta variant is running wild, almost as if it's a new disease. And perhaps it is, possibly created by the vaccinated, or Satan, or somebody, to infect others and speed up the depop…
 
Alex and Fox (a return guest) from Space Commune join Emmet to talk about their new documentary--Consumerism: Can We Buy a Better World? What Happens When a Buffet Buys Your Town? by Sean Cooper Join our Patreon for 2 exclusive episodes a month! Bibliography. Twitter. Closing Song: "Summer of Hate" by Chemlab…
 
This week we talk about Covid regret - the idea that people are being hospitalized with Covid and then asking for the vaccine in a desperate attempt to stave off death. Unfortunately, that's not how vaccines work. In the US, a new program is trying to identify future criminals from their school report. Yep, full Minority Report vibes. We continue o…
 
Emmet sits down with Micah Meadowcroft, an editor at The American Conservative, to talk about some of his recent writing, a view of the right from the right, what conservatism should mean, ending America's imperial posture, and much more. "We Are Going to Win" by Micah Meadowcroft "Roman Rhetoric And Florentine Politics: A Reply To Yarvin" by Micah…
 
'Freedom Day' is here for the residents of Plague Island and the world is reacting to the predicted carnage from the experiment. A bit of breaking news enters the show, and we react to it (ooh, what a teaser). With the Olympic Games just days away, we consider the restrictions imposed by the Japanese government on the athletes and entourages. Will …
 
John and I are back with another canon ep by request. This one's about one of our favorite short stories. We talk through the story, then ruminate on the connections between O'Connor and McCarthy, and then close with a meditation on life in flyover country. This is a teaser. Subscribe to hear the rest! You can read it here: https://repositorio.ufsc…
 
This week, we debriefed our interview with Grace Hall a bit, checked in on George's Berlin Marathon training now that the Zwift Duathlon League is behind him, and described the incredible exploits of Lachlan Morton in the "Alt Tour." We also named our next Book of the Quarter! Tune in next week for our Olympic Games preview!…
 
Emmet sits down with comic book artist Sterling Bartlett to talk about his comics "How Did We Get Here?" and "Kali, Yuga, Eschaton." They talk about how recycling is a scam, the late-period Matisse to moralizing infographic pipeline, the death of boredom, the age of the filthy casual., and more! Check out Sterling's work: https://www.sterlingbartle…
 
After England's defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 football tournament the racists and thugs are in abundance. There is no hiding place, though, the internet is watching and joining the dots between people's personal Twitter and LinkedIn. It must be Meghan's fault - everything is, remember. In our new feature, 'One and Out', we talk about Netflix's S…
 
Last month, 17-year-old Grace Hall become one of the youngest people ever to finish a 100-mile race. As it happens, she's the daughter of podcast regular Erik, so she joined us this week to tell us about her decision to do the race, her training, her nutrition, and the race itself.על ידי Most Pleasant Exhaustion
 
Canada Mike returns to talk about the theoretical basics of statistical modeling, which turns into a discussion of discourse, democracy, expertise, coercion, and history. Enjoy! Join our Patreon for 2 exclusive episodes a month! Bibliography. Twitter. Closing Song: "Del's Shandy" by White Dad.על ידי Emmet Penney
 
The UK is ending the pandemic in two weeks. It is now the world's experiment, but world-beating on COVID. May the odds be forever in their favo(u)r. As if the Delta variant wasn't enough, the sea is on fire in the Gulf of Mexico AND the Caspian Sea. In this episode, we investigate the many signs that we are at the end of days and rate the likelihoo…
 
In our second to last installment on After Virtue we look at Aristotle's impact and the origins and extension of virtue ethics from Homer to the Middle Ages. This one was a fun deep dive and very in our wheelhouses in different ways. This is a brief teaser. To here the rest subscribe to our Patreon and get two exclusive episodes a month: https://ww…
 
This week, we reviewed our book of the quarter: "Bravey" by Alexi Pappas. In the book, Pappas--a Greek Olympian and filmmaker--describes the physical and mental challenges she has faced as an elite athlete and the survivor of depression. It's an important contribution to the ongoing conversation about athletes and mental health, but we had differin…
 
Josh Bregman comes back on the pod to talk with Emmet about two movies that came out in the same summer that sought to capture post-crash America: Pain & Gain and Wolf of Wall Street. They talk about what a shitty director Michael Bay is, analyze the main characters of each movie, and try to figure out just why it was so hard to narrativize a finan…
 
A political COVID sex scandal in the UK rocks the establishment and forces the Health Secretary - the guy who wrote the social distancing rules - to resign. It's a free for all now in the UK, and the infection stats reflect that. Who isn't free? Britney Spears. We discuss Britney's deposition at the court case about her conservatorship. Can it be r…
 
Justin Schmidt and Justin Dugan are back to talk about the 2021 Tour de France, which begins on June 26! The course, key stages, riders to watch, our theories about how the race will unfold, stage and podium predictions . . . it's all here just in time for the Grand Depart!על ידי Most Pleasant Exhaustion
 
Emmet sits down with Fox Green of Space Commune to talk about how his town is being astroturfed by billionaire-funded NGOs, political fandom, the revolt against adulthood, and much, much more. "The NPIC" by Space Commune "Political Fandom" by Space Commune Subscribe to our Patreon for 2 exclusive expisodes a month! Bibliography. Twitter. Closing So…
 
It's the summer solstice, so when better a time to talk about what's happening over the summer? In the UK, Love Island is back on TV screens. Is this reality show reflective of how modern dating works? Why are the contestants so damn good looking? The over forties' version would be very different - and we're not talking about looks. Maybe it's time…
 
John and I watched a forgotten Channel 4 documentary on the early internet from 1994. It's a very weird message in a bottle. This is a wide-ranging discussion. We hope you like it. To hear the rest of the episode subscribe to our Patreon! You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/YWECt4cVfGM Bibliography: https://exhaust.fireside.fm/articles/p8 Closi…
 
This week, we got to talk to triathlete Tiencia James. Tiencia recently qualified for the Ironman World Championship in Kona, and she told us about her path to qualification, her expectations for the race, and of course, her favorite workouts.על ידי Most Pleasant Exhaustion
 
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