I got a kick out of the podcast "Wind of Change" in the last few months. Its premise is that that Scorpions song (Wind of Change) was actually written by the CIA as a covert action to inspire revolutionary social change in the Eastern Bloc. It's silly and conspiratorial (which I typically have zero patience for), but I did find it fun.
The Heavyweight podcast is back after a long hiatus from regular episodes. (He had a few "pandemic" episodes over the spring that were a bit of a departure from his usual format.) Jonathan Goldstein makes me so happy.
"You're all irresponsible fools!" Doctor: "But we're very experienced irresponsible fools." _____________________________________
- I'm always all right. - Is all right special Time Lord code for really not all right at all?
I binge-listened to the Presidential podcast from the Washington Post over the last few days. The podcaster gives information about each President of the United States of America, starting from George Washington and ending the day after the election of Donald Trump. She later added several more episodes about the first woman vice presidential pick, how Woodrow Wilson responded to the 1918 flu pandemic (short answer, he pretended it didn't exist), and Joe Biden. She may add more episodes, so I'm staying subscribed for now to see if she does. It was pretty interesting and changed my view, in some cases, about presidents I thought I knew a lot about.
I've moved on to her next podcast, Constitutional, about the writing of the USA constitution and I think she's moving on to specific constitutional cases over the years. Which is also shaping up to be pretty interesting.
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