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The Aloha Experience (Close the Camps, Racist Anthropology, Drop Dead Gorgeous)

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Minority Korner

James went to a party and some said some rancid stuff that might include a taboo word during Taboo. We're also talking about the new Little Mermaid with excitement. Also Bette Midler needs to learn how to read a room especially at World Pride. James is tackling how we can do our part to help close the detention centers, actually let's call them what they really are: concentration camps. Nnekay is talking about how anthropology needs to be reexamined becuase it is alllll mixed up with racism and bias.

Links:
https://daily.jstor.org/anthropologists-hid-african-same-sex-relationships/

https://www.google.com/amp/s/timeline.com/amp/p/7a45289071cf

https://undark.org/article/nubia-sudan-amara-west-archaeology/

What You Can You Do to Close the Camps- from Yopp Voice

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Texas Tribune’s list of Orgs to help immigrant children separated from their families:

https://bit.ly/2YhWLqC

Find your Gov. Officials to contact: https://www.usa.gov/local-governments

ICE using Solitary confinement for LGBTQ+ - https://bit.ly/30wgNhE

Follow @Lights4Liberty- to find out about demonstrations and protests in your area.

Know Your Rights: helpful videos for undocumented workers via the ACLU: https://bit.ly/2GU56ZB (Share)

Going Out With A Biz-ANG and Laying Down the Ground Work! (2018 Round Up, Van Jones, Black Maternal Mortality, Black Queens)

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Minority Korner

We start this episode off with a round up of all things 2018. Can you even believe it?!?!? Black Panther and Crazy Rich Asians came out, the Olympics happened- this year has been a whirlwind! We got the wind knocked out of in 2017 and we persevered in 2018. We kicked our asses into gear and plan to continued to so in 2019. Nnekay and James share their hopes and dreams for the next year. With a little detour into why mud baths are annoying and James' trip to the Van Jones' Show. In the Korners- we have our two favorite from the past year: Nnekay's korner is from Episode 140 and is all about the epidemic plaguing our country: Black Maternal Mortality. James' Korner is from Episode 124 and is about Black Queens (four specifically)... remember Queen Candice!? Also a lot of questionable pronunciations.

Judge John Hodgman Episode 337: Live from the London Podcast Festival 2017, Part 2

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Barbarossa

"Scarflaw" and Swift Justice, live from the London Podcast Festival! Plus, music from Barbarossa!

Huge thanks to Barbarossa for joining us in London! His latest single is called, "Griptide" and it's out on Memphis Industries now. Look out for a new album coming in 2018! Visit BarbarossaMusic.com for music, tour dates and more information.

EVIDENCE

Here is a photo of Woody wearing Matt's scarf:

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Thank you to Mike Brady, Aaron Campbell & Hilary Lozar for suggesting this week's title! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put out a call for submissions.

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Minority Korner 44.5: JamKay Needs a Break!: North Dakota Pipeline Update, LGBTQ Royalty, Janet Jackson, Olympics

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James and Nnekay have been running ragged! James has a show debuting this week, Champagne White is Disastrous! (Oasis SF) and Nnekay's uterus is On. The. Mend! So they need a break. But of course they would never leave you guys high and dry! So here is a little bite sized episode of Minority Korner. Some how we still manage to cover the olympics including: that turd Ryan Lochte and dear sweet Gabby Douglas. We give an update on the North Dakota Access Pipeline... James lets us know about a Prince from Jordan seeking asylum. James lets us know about Britney's new album... we even manage to squeeze in a tiny little Quizlet Korner... about good ole Janet Jackson! We'll be back with a regular sized episode next week... in the mean time keep sharing the love and spreading the news!

Links!

GO SEE THE SHOW JAMES IS IN: http://sfoasis.com/event.cfm?id=170572

http://awdnews.com/top-news/jordanian-homosexual-prince-i-live-with-this...

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/north-dakota-pipeline-construction-ha...

Bullseye: Sarah Paulson & Shuggie Otis

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Bullseye
Guests: 
Sarah Paulson
Guests: 
Shuggie Otis

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Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Sarah Paulson on playing Marcia Clark, being a working actor, and kissing Josh Hartnett

Actress Sarah Paulson is best known for playing numerous characters on American Horror Story and Marcia Clark on The People v. O.J., but her acting career started long before either of those roles. She began working as an actor right out of high school and eventually landed roles in movies and TV shows like Law and Order, Serenity, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.

Sarah sits down with Jesse to talk about working on The People v. O.J., her first big acting job, and dealing with the ups and downs that come with being a working actor.


Photo: Jesse Thorn

Shuggie Otis on creating Inspiration Information

Although it was not popular at the time of its release, Shuggie Otis’ album Inspiration Information influenced countless musicians and has been sampled by artists like Digable Planets and J Dilla. Shuggie tells us what went behind the making of his rock/soul classic.

The Outshot: Craic

Jesse explains why Paul and Gary O’Donovan’s craic interview is one of the best things to come out of Rio Olympics

Pop Rocket Episode 85: Vacations and Travel with Karen Tongson

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Pop Rocket
Guests: 
Guy Branum
Guests: 
Wynter Mitchell
Guests: 
Oliver Wang
Guests: 
Karen Tongson

Guy, Wynter, and Oliver are joined by academic and Pop Rocket’s fifth Beatle, Karen Tongson to talk about vacations in pop culture! The gang has some suggestions on how to pass the time on a plane, train, and/or automobile. What’s the difference between a vacation and travel movie? Why are ABC show families always taking vacations? Karen talks about her trip to the Philippines and Vietnam, Oliver and Wynter aren’t too sure about The Get Down, and Guy is slowly losing hope in finding a truly amazing Jam that is deserving of the Song of the Summer crown.

Our regular host Margaret Wappler thinks it would be pretty cool of you to buy her new book Neon Green. Get it HERE or at your local independent bookstore. Check her website for tour dates.

With Guy Branum, Wynter Mitchell, Oliver Wang and guest Karen Tongson.

That’s My Jam:

Karen Tongson - Indigo Girls – Get Out the Map
Oliver Wang - Frankie Reyes – Flor de Azalea
Wynter Mitchell - Gorillaz Dare
Guy Branum - Sia – Cheap Thrills

Each week we’ll add everyone’s jams to this handy Spotify playlist.

You can let us know what you think of Pop Rocket and suggest topics in our Facebook group or via @PopRocket on Twitter.

Produced by Colin Anderson & Christian Dueñas for MaximumFun.org.

Minority Korner 43: The Rhythm, Olympics, or Queen Sugar is Gonna Get You! (Music Festivals, Olympics, Ava DuVernay, Queen Sugar, LGBT Olympians, Lionel Richie)

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Nnekay sets The Facebooks a blaze with a debate: are gay men and black women fierce? Is it time to retire this over used phrase? And "When Dez Nuts Attack" will James survive? This could be the last episode for our Korner kid James, but before he goes he'll tell all about his adventures at his first ever music festival 'Outside Lands', and he's got three words for you: Lionel Mutha Fuckin' Richie... ok that was four. The Olympics are here and it's hella sexy, between the names, the shiftlessness, and the USA Men's Gymnastics team who are 'thirsty' for some attention- it might be too much for James to handle. So we'll switch gears and look over the history of LGBT representation and involvement in the Olympics, as we hit record breaking numbers this year. Nnekay has the low down on a new show being headed by two Black Queens of art and entertainment called Queen Sugar. Led by Ava Devernery, it serves as a rally cry to female directors behind a new project on OWN. Who are these ladies collaborating on a new project, and what's it about? In the Quizlet Korner: is the San Francisco Stud gay bar closing? Do you want some cream with your coffee at potential sexy new cafe in England? What beautiful thing has happened to a survivor of the Pulse nightclub attack? Find out this week on Minority Korner!

Bullseye: Nikki Glaser & Dave Holmes

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Bullseye
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Nikki Glaser
Guests: 
Dave Holmes

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Nikki Glaser on developing a sex-comedy talk show, giving relationship advice, and working in uncomfortable situations

Nikki Glaser is a comedian and host of the Comedy Central series Not Safe with Nikki Glaser. She find humor in talking honestly about sex. On her show, she’s hooked up her friends to a lie detector and asks them about their sex lives, stayed inside of a strip club for 24 hours, attended a foot fetish party, and so much more.

Nikki sits down with Jesse to talk about developing her Comedy Central show with her boyfriend, even when they were in the middle of a breakup. They also chat about working for MTV, going to Trump rallies, and why she just can’t have as much fun at pools any more.

Nikki Glaser’s show is called Not Safe with Nikki Glaser.


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Dave Holmes on coming out of the closet, working for MTV, and growing up gay in the midwest

Dave Holmes is a comedian, writer at large for Esquire Magazine, and host of Maximum Fun’s very own podcast International Waters.

Jesse is joined by Dave to talk about growing up gay in the 80s with no real role models to look up to. They also discuss working for MTV, self-acceptance and his new book, Party of One: A Memoir in 21 Songs.

Dave’s new book Party of One is out now.

The Outshot: The Olympics

Jesse tells us why the Olympics is such a beautiful sports event, even for people that don’t like sports.

Getting Curious Episode 18: What's Life Like in Brazil?

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Getting Curious
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Jonathan Van Ness
Guests: 
Carla Dauden

Jonathan sits down with director Carla Dauden to talk about Brazil's political parties, life in favelas, and Carla's new documentary, The Discarded: A Tale of Two Rios. Plus, Jonathan finds out about the Bernie Sanders of Uruguay.

With Jonathan Van Ness and guest, Carla Dauden.

Produced by Christian Dueñas for MaximumFun.org

Episode 13 - Rio Special

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Miles Jupp

Miles Jupp joins in with this month's Rio special, recorded in Rio De Janeiro ahead of the Olympic games.

By Benjamin Partridge and Miles Jupp with thanks to Helen Zaltzmann, Mariana Maioline, Felipe Galvao, Vanessa Del Negri, Regina Souza, Marina De Menezes and Marcellus Lima. Also countless Brazilians on the answer phone.

Music: "At Dawn" by Dana Boule (www.danaboule.com)

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