Is 2017 the year that everybody gets to go to space? Well, no, probably not. But the groundwork is there for us to do it thanks to the doctors and astronauts that pioneered space medicine.
Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
Biz and Theresa revisit their resolutions from last year and are reminded that resolutions are bullshit! Seriously. Let's resolve to talk about cake or anything else next year. Plus, Biz recovers from the holidays, Theresa reminds us of her favorite gift, and we talk to Professor of Cognitive Sciences Barbara Sarnecka about her fascinating recent study on how moral judgments affect the way we perceive risk.
Barbara Sarnecka: http://www.cogsci.uci.edu/cogdev/Sarnecka/
No Child Left Alone: Moral Judgments about Parents Affect Estimates of Risk to Children: http://www.collabra.org/articles/10.1525/collabra.58/
The NPR interview: http://www.npr.org/sections/13.7/2016/08/22/490847797/why-do-we-judge-pa...
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Opening theme: Summon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com)
Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Mom Song, Adira Amram, Hot Jams For Teens (http://adiraamram.com, avail on iTunes)
Telephone, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans
Hello Cool Kids and welcome to Season 3 of Trends Like These! We have a lot for you this season, you are gonna love it! First, Mariah Carey had a bit of a performance nightmare on New Year's Eve! Then, we bring you 5 quick stories from Wendy's to Dabbing to Hollywood and MORE! Trump has done a lot of interesting social media-ing lately! Finally, The Daily Mail publish a LONG story exposing a scandal involving the founders of Snopes... or did they? All that, plus the Wi-Five of the Week! Enjoy and remember to share!
It’s the first the first episode of 2017!
To celebrate, we’re looking back on some of the most significant events that defined 2016. That includes happenings like the reintroduction of the Women’s Title, AJ Styles’s coming out party and more.
Plus, God help us, the WWE has ANOTHER new show that debuted this week on the WWE Network. Bring it to the Table is, apparently, WWE’s way of addressing and bashing the opinions of fans. We’ll explain why that may not be the best idea going forward.
And of course, we’ll break down the first 2017 episodes of RAW and Smackdown*.
*Authors note: Next we’ll be talking Wrestle Kingdom XI next week, promise!
The Three Count:
Danielle put over The Mack’s big moment as the Hollywood Champion.
Mike put over Teddy Hart on the latest edition of Talk is Jericho.
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This week Bryan explains how Mamma Mia is the modern day Cats, while Erin shares about her eventful New Years Eve with a bunch of dead rats. Also, Religious TV Show host Gordon James Klingenschmitt recently defended a stationary store that was discriminating against gay people, and The New York Times published an article about tech companies recruiting women candidates for positions of power to help enact change. Happy New Year!
Hello Buddies! Welcome to a brand new year and a brand new YOU! Well, actually we have no idea whether you are new or not. But the episode is definitely new! Right off the bat, is Alexa a threat? In WYR, if you had to eve forever, which eve would you eve? We have some fun apocalypse simulations and video games to check out! And have you gotten into Apocalypse ASMR videos? There are A LOT out there! Joining us in the Bunker is actor, musician and podcaster Utkarsh Ambudkar! Enjoy the episode and be sure to share!
Caution: There are unbleeped swear words that happen during the musical portions of this episode. If you are listening with kids, keep that in mind.
"Shut Your Drawer Hole" and "The Most Important Trial of the Day," taped in front of a live audience at one of two shows recorded at the Bell House in Brooklyn, NY on September 19, 2016 during the Tour of Live Justice! Plus, Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn catch up with Jenny and Erin from Episode 186: The Commune-ish Manifesto and songs from PitchBlak Brass Band!
You can still sign up for the Judge John Hodgman's Justice Through the Ages T-Shirt subscription! You have until Friday 1/6/17 to get your hands on those tees designed by the wonderful Adam Koford, Tamara Shopsin, Tom Deja, Yellowhammer Creative of Birmingham, AL, Peter Good, Aaron Draplin, Kyle Sauter, Sam Potts and Divya Srivinasan!
Here are some photos submitted as evidence in the dispute, "Shut Your Drawer Hole!"
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It’s finally 2017, Rocketeers! Guy, Wynter, and Karen sit down to discuss their new year resolutions for pop culture. Should we be watching less Housewives and more musicals? Who is reupping their subscription to THR this year? What kind of books should we try to read this year? Plus, the gang remember George Michael, Carrie Fisher, and Debbie Reynolds.
That’s My Jam:
Each week we’ll add everyone’s jams to this handy Spotify playlist.
On the season finale of Adam Ruins Everything, Adam ruins 'going green', the idea that individual choices such as recycling, driving hybrid cars, or reusing plastic bags are not enough to combat climate change. Today's podcast guest, Dale Jamieson, who appeared on Adam Ruins Going Green, says those choices on their own will not stop global warming and instead we need to make larger, systemic changes and work together with other countries to curb our carbon emissions.
Dale is a Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy and Chair of the Environmental Studies Department at New York University. On the podcast, he and Adam discuss why individual choices of going green are ineffective, the actual science of the global temperature increases and its implications, and what the incoming administration means for the United States' role in fighting climate change.
Adam is on Twitter @AdamConover and you can find past episodes and bonus content from the TruTV show at AdamRuinsEverything.com.
Madison Shepard (@MadisonShepard) joins the ladies to discuss being a cartoon character, death, resolutions, tattoos, tidying up, twitter bots, dream homes and more! Produced by David Janove, booker Marie Colette, theme song Zach Ames.