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Listened to Jimbo Fisher feuds with Nick Saban over recruiting comments

Stew and Bruce are back after comments by Nick Saban about Texas A&M recruiting class led to Jimbo Fisher giving one of the most memorable press conferences in CFB history. The guys react and give their opinions on what happens next. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

By The Audible with Stew & Bruce: A show about college football

 

Listened to The 2022 primetime schedule takes shape

Richard, Godfrey, and Alex are tired of talking about NIL all the time, but fortunately, this mid-May stretch has brought a kernel of 2022 football business to discuss. ABC’s primetime schedule is partially out, and the inner workings of how it was built are interesting. Let’s also talk about the XFL establishing itself as the new alternative pro league and some coach news around Dan Mullen, Chad Morris, and the similarly situated Nick Saban. Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. Production: Anthony Vito. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

By Split Zone Duo

 
 

Listened to 407: Inexplicable Billboards

Is Apple ready to embrace USB-C across its entire product line? Jason loves his Playdate, but is frustrated by Apple Music playing songs he dislikes. And the music may go on, but the iPod won’t be coming along for the ride.

By Upgrade

 

Listened to 2022 Spanish Grand Prixview | Formula 1 Podcast | Grid Talk Ep. 195

Welcome to Episode 195 of our Formula 1 podcast, Grid Talk, hosted by Tom Horrox! Today the Grid Talk team is here to preview all the talking points ahead of the FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAN PREMIO DE ESPAÑA 2022. In this episode joining Tom, we have Tom Downey and Sophia Richmond from Everything F1. Make sure you subscribe to the Grid Talk Podcast so you’re the first to know when each new weekly episode is released, and if you liked this episode, give it a thumbs up! ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Visit the Grid Talk store ► https://f1chronicle.com/store/ Bet on F1? Get a 125% sign up bonus with our code Join125 ► https://bit.ly/3JJauym Shop discount F1 team and driver merchandise ► https://bit.ly/332AHHX Get F1 race tickets ► https://bit.ly/3HQsVR1 Subscribe ► Subscribe to the Formula 1 Grid Talk podcast YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/Formula1GridTalk Tom H - https://twitter.com/monkeyseatpod Tom D & Sophia - https://twitter.com/joinEF1 Listen On ► Spotify -…

By Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast

 

Listened to CFB’s big, fancy meetings and existential crises

Richard is back from college football’s big offseason conference meetings and Fiesta Bowl confab. He explains to Alex what his industry contacts are talking about and wondering about at those meetings, including a breakdown by conference. The NCAA teases a crackdown on name, image, and likeness collectives, but it is fighting with one hand tied behind its back. And Ohio State’s athletic director floats an idea that is probably worth all of our attention. Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. Production: Anthony Vito. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

By Split Zone Duo

 

Listened to 397: Tier of Shame

Listened to 397: Tier of Shame

To mark the death of the iPod touch, the guys gather around a shared browser window and rank iPods. Also on the docket: iPadOS 15, iPhone repairs and Jony Ive’s pen.

By Connected

 

Listened to 482: I Should Probably Get Reading Glasses

Playdate first impressions, home-Ethernet-wiring updates, and fond farewells to two products that — let’s be honest — most of us had already forgotten.

By Accidental Tech Podcast

 

Listened to The Jordan Addison saga + a CFB lens on the draft

Godfrey and Alex talk about some of the most CFB-centric storylines from the NFL Draft, including how the NFL gave an icy reception (in different ways) to college football heroes like Nakobe Dean, Matt Araiza, and Matt Corral. Then, an extended discussion about the ongoing transfer process of Biletnikoff winner Jordan Addison. There are good reasons and bad reasons to be mad about it, and sometimes, they blend. But there’s only one clear idea about what should happen next. Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. Production: Anthony Vito. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

By Split Zone Duo

 

Listened to NCAA fights back vs. NIL collectives, Power 5 futures & mailbag

Stew and Bruce discuss how the NCAA is fighting back vs. NIL collectives. The guys debate recent odds set to win each power 5 conference. Plus, mailbag questions on the NFL Draft process, Matt Rhule’s future & more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

By The Audible with Stew & Bruce: A show about college football

 

Listened to JUDGES: Righteous invasion of Ehud (with Jon Bois)

It’s time to bring on the internet’s beloved Jon Bois to discuss: The Bible’s best story book so far, if you have the non-exploding stomach for it: Judges. Meet Ehud, the left-handed sphincter-bursting assassin! Homeschool middle school during the end of the world! Christian culture stuff like Carman, MxPx, Five Iron Frenzy, James Dobson, Amy Grant, Creed, DC Talk, and comic Bibles! Plus Samson, Delilah, Gideon, Deborah, and more Judges stories that get mangled in Sunday school! Intro song: “Don’t Save Me” by Haim. Ratings and reviews on Apple Podcasts are highly appreciated, and you can follow us on Twitter and Instagram. We also have a Patreon with bonus episodes, a Discord, and stuff, plus a $1 support option.

By Vacation Bible School Podcast

 
 

Listened to JOSHUA: Jericho was an inside job

WAR DADS AND LADY WAR DADS ASSEMBLE. It’s a new Bible section! Joshua is the dude version of LIVE LAUGH LOVE, but also somehow the most feminist book yet. Rahab, the Bible character whose job is most ignored by church, and also a military mastermind. THE WALLS OF JERICHO: pretty cool, but mostly for reasons besides those made up by Sunday school, Carman, and Joel Osteen. How can believers explain this awful book of murder being in the Bible? There’s actually a pretty simple way! What we’re talking about when we talk about “history in the Bible.” And setting up the map for three more books of general Game of Thrones behavior! As always, support for this program is greatly appreciated on Patreon, you can follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and please consider leaving a review on the podcast app of your choice!

By Vacation Bible School Podcast

 

Listened to DEUUUTERONOMY: Actually super important and mostly really good??

The final book of the Torah, the one we NEVER talked about in church, actually … kinda rules at times? In the story, at the edge of Canaan, Moses reframes everything that’s happened to this point, retconning the horrors of Numbers and synthesizing the Bible’s competing God ideas into one coherent theology that more or less works for everyone on earth (except the despicable Jebusites). Upgraded lore, now including IRON GHOST GIANTS (and way less murder). Talmud rabbis vs. Oprah’s collected life advice: who ya got? You want some more weird penis rules? Say less. God and Moses perform their finale duet, VeggieTales-style. There are patriarchal parts that really suck, because this was written ~2,600 years ago by a guy with specific bad ideas, and we’ll try to talk context. But for the most part, this is the most coherent and best-written book of the Bible so far. It’s also possibly just about the most historically important book in the entire Bible. Yep! Thank you to scholar friends Brad Haggard, Mike Altman,…

By Vacation Bible School Podcast

 

Listened to NUMBERS: Maybe the Bible’s worst book!

The fourth book of the Bible! As always, remember the Bible has been written, edited, and interpreted by LOTS of people, and we’re under no obligation to treat its angriest voices as definitive of the entire thing. The actual story resumes! Things are finally happening! Numbers gives us phrases like “wandering in the wilderness,” “land of milk and honey,” and “eww girls have cooties!” There’s a reason Sunday school teachers steer WAY clear of all Numbers content besides Talking Donkey and Brave Caleb. Meanwhile, other Christians have used Numbers to justify all sorts of horrendous things! Aaron asks God the most pertinent question Aaron could ever ask God! Mommy God and Daddy Moses are fighting again, the Israelites are constantly griping about needing luxuries like food and water, and this is the worst road trip ever! This is a Miriam stan podcast! And your support is very appreciated on Twitter, Instagram, and Patreon!

By Vacation Bible School Podcast

 

Listened to Q&A: Heresy reviews, salvation fear, and animal souls

Hi pals! Taking a break from the main Bible storyline to hit some listener questions, such as: What’s the Protestant holiday calendar like? Which Bible verse most contradicts its own book? There’s a Toad the Wet Sprocket song about the apostles being sick of Paul lol. What are the Bible’s best name meanings? Every Catholic heresy, given a thumbs up or thumbs down! Do animals have souls? Do Christians, um, like, kinda, you know, wish for death, um, so they can go to Heaven, welp? What’s the Bible’s scariest verse? A light round of Calvinism vs. Arminianism! Is it fun or bad when Pop Culture makes versions of Bible stories? Well, Jason’s making a book, how’s that going? As always, support is appreciated by following @VBSPodcast on Twitter and Instagram, leaving us a rating/review on your podcast app, and sliding us a $ amount on Patreon!

By Vacation Bible School Podcast

 

Listened to LEVITICUS: Fight fundie with fundie

Our first attempt at doing an entire book in one episode, and it happens to be one of the weirdest, grossest, narrative-lightest books. Yay! Spending as little time as possible on the chapters about bodily discharges, we promise. Leviticus has Bad Verses! Drown the Bad Verses in dorky red tape … … and/or insist we simply become eco-socialists every seven years, as Leviticus clearly commands. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, if you please! Show notes and other stuff available at patreon.com/vbspodcast.

By Vacation Bible School Podcast

 

Listened to TABERNACLE: I feel God in this Minecraft tailgate (with Rev. Chris Lee)

Pretty much the whole last half of Exodus, except for the Ten Commandments-adjacent rules and the Golden Calf chapter Why yes, we DID have fun talking about quite arguably the most boring stretch of the whole Bible! Why yes, you CAN recreate a very accurate Tabernacle in Minecraft Let’s talk high church “versus” low church Featuring special guest pastor Reverend Chris Lee of St John’s With St Mary’s Mansfield And! Let’s! Finally! Wrap! Up! Exodus, a dude book also about ladies Support the show by leaving us a rating/review on your podcast app! You can also visit us on Twitter or Instagram or even Patreon!

By Vacation Bible School Podcast

 

Listened to GOLDEN CALF: God’s marshmallow test (with Jane Coaston)

Exodus 24, Exodus 32, and so forth (there’s a whole lot of laws and blueprints mixed within the storyline) … Think the Bible itself is weird? Wait’ll you get a load of church history! Unchallenged faith: is that really even faith? Aaron at Mount Sinai: total idiot, good cop, willing scapegoat, nepotism hire, anarcho-pacifist, retcon reclamation, or all the above? By now, Moses and God are an old married couple … Oh no, the big dweebs who wrote Leviticus just did a murder spree (for the Lord) … Why a calf, anyway? Follow @janecoaston and @vbspodcast on the social medias, patreon.com/vbspodcast to exchange blessings, Homefield Apparel for VBS shirts, and your favorite podcast app to leave us a review! Next up: God’s traveling tailgate rig, the Tabernacle

By Vacation Bible School Podcast