Comedian and podcaster Adam Carolla and talk radio host and author Dennis Prager made waves a few months ago by conducting a live on-stage talk before an audience. Hard to believe? Not really, once you’ve heard them when they get rolling.
Carolla had Prager on his podcast two days ago, and trust me, you need to listen to this episode of the show. It’s both funny and thought-provoking.
At the top of the show, Adam talks about his enjoyment of Dennis Prager’s book, ‘Still The Best Hope’. The guys talk about their upcoming tour together, and why their on-stage chemistry is so charged. Adam then talks with Dennis about a variety of issues in America, including the hypocrisy of beliefs, the importance of parental care, and why we’re really the least racist society in human history.
Later, Adam talks with Dennis about earning your self-esteem as opposed to just being given a trophy for arriving. Adam also talks about the unnecessary step to get fingerprinted to coach his kids’ baseball team, and Dennis discusses the ‘sin’ of offending people. The guys also chat about the ineffectiveness of diversity training, and the mistreatment of smokers in our society. As the show wraps up, Adam praises Dennis for his patience and respect when talking with people who disagree with him.
It’s a free download. Go grab it now while it’s still available.
I have two words to describe how this movie’s going to perform at the box office.
Part I, in 2000:
Have a tissue handy. Ready?
This time lapse photography of San Francisco mesmerized me. Watching the airliners in their landing patterns was particularly neat.
If this thing’s for real, I’m going to get one.
Kung Fu Bear laughs at his pitiful skills.
I’ve been eagerly awaiting this miniseries since I saw the first trailer, despite my recent misgivings thanks to Tom Hanks’ asshattery. Here’s a little history that sets the stage for the first episode.
In partnership with HBO, The U.S. Naval Institute has collected a great wealth of historical information on the the Pacific Theater of World War II. For further reading, try any (or all) of these books:
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Come March, 2010 I’m going to subscribe to HBO just to watch this.
I still watch my DVD boxed set of “Band Of Brothers” at least once a year …
… so I suspect I’ll be buying this one in about a year’s time.
Now this is a great way to showcase the amazing athleticism of pit bulls.
I hate the barbaric practice of dog fighting, and I know from personal experience that a well-trained pit bull is a smart, loyal, gentle, loving, eager-to-please family pet. I grew up with one who was six months younger than I, and he lived to be 16. Had a burglar broken into the house, he would have licked him to death.
H/T: Pat Dollard
Dr. Samuel Stupp and Dr. Ramille Capito explain their research in the field of Bionanotechnology and its contributions to regenerative medicine:
I’m a C-6 quad due to a diving accident in 1998, so this research fascinates me. What’s even better is that no embryonic stem cell research is involved.
“Hero” performed by Michael Israel:
I have no idea why this starts with footage of a guy in tighty whities in a fireworks fight. Then again, guys like that don’t need a reason, do they?