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You Can Buy Human Bones on the 'Red Market'
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Reissue: Patrick Carney feat. Ralph Carney - BoJack Horseman (Main Title Theme)
Last week, Netflix released the fifth season of BoJack Horseman. I wanted to revisit this episode about the show’s Main Title Theme, which was written by Patrick Carney of The Black Keys, and his uncle, Ralph Carney, who passed away unexpectedly in December 2017. BoJack Horseman is a Netflix original series, an animated comedy about a washed up 90s sitcom star who's trying to figure out his life and career without drowning in self-loathing and existential despair. It won the 2016 Critics Choice award for best animated series. The theme song for the show was created by Patrick Carney, who is one half of The Black Keys, and his uncle, Ralph Carney, a multi-instrumentalist who has worked artists like Tom Waits, St Vincent, The B-52s, Galaxie 500, and a lot more. But the track wasn't written for the show, originally; it was just something that Patrick and Ralph made without knowing what it was for. In this episode, the two break down how the song was created, and how it went from their long-distance collaboration to become a TV theme song. songexploder.com/bojack-horseman
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Ep 42 | No Gains for Trump & Taking our Country Back | Guest: Tim Carney
Steve and the guys lament the breakdown in talks between President Trump and Kim Jong Un, and Aaron asks three questions for a lighthearted break from politics. In Hour Two, Tim Carney, author of 'Alienated America', joins the program to explain why the loss of public institutions like churches has an even more devastating effect on communities than job losses.
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Tim Carney on the media's blind spots about 'Alienated America'
Conservative journalist Timothy P. Carney's new book "Alienated America" is about the collapse of local communities and the causes of "social deserts." In an interview with Brian Stelter, he shares the findings from his research and says national news coverage often overlooks issues that were indicators of support for Donald Trump in 2016. He talks about ways to improve coverage of religion and other American institutions, plus the role of local news. via Knit
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