17 Burst results for "Sean Rama"

"sean rama" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"sean rama" Discussed on The Phinsider

"Sean Rama's firm the host of Boxes Daily News. podcast today explained you know since late September. We've done probably close to a dozen shows on this impeachment inquiry from the early rumors of a whistle blower complaints to Nancy Pelosi launching the formal impeachment inquiry to the whistleblower complaint coming out wrote the so-called transcript coming out to the Republican counter narrative to the White House stone. We've done it. All all felt like it was leading up to this moment of of televised impeachment hearings and the event of that event was the testimony of Gordon Sunland and we wanted to make sure. Are we made an episode that properly showcased and explained the significance the historic significance of that testimony. And we did it and we want you to hear it. It's available in our feeds right now today. Explained episode is titled Impeachment TV. Mr Sunland goes to Washington ten. It's a must-listen I wouldn't say so if it weren't go check it out and enjoy. Thanks oh I don't even know a word that it sounds like to To awful awful tissue awful to every two and nine now two and.

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"sean rama" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Sean Rama's firm the host of Boxes Daily News. podcast today explained you know since late September. We've done probably close to a dozen shows on this impeachment inquiry from the early rumors of a whistle blower complaints to Nancy Pelosi launching the formal impeachment inquiry to the whistleblower complaint coming out wrote the so-called transcript coming out to the Republican counter narrative to the White House stone. We've done it. All all felt like it was leading up to this moment of love. Televised impeachment hearings and the event of that event was the testimony of Gordon Sunland and we wanted to make sure. Are we made an episode that properly showcased and explained the significance the historic significance of that testimony. And we did it and we want you to hear it. It's available in our feeds right now today. Explained episode is titled Impeachment TV. Mr Sunland goes to Washington Tin must-listen. I wouldn't say so if it weren't go check it out and enjoy thanks Everybody thanks for joining us today of very happy Thanksgiving to all all of you I'm Sukey might be driving on your way to wherever you're going for Thanksgiving for this binding. My Name's Swanson. This is the AP laboratory. It's the game preview edition for the chiefs and decided to get out a little bit early. So any of you that you know. We're we're going to be driving around.

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"sean rama" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Sean Rama's firm the host of Boxes Daily News. podcast today explained you know since late September. We've done probably close to a dozen shows on this S. impeachment inquiry from the early rumors of a whistle blower complaints to Nancy Pelosi launching the formal impeachment inquiry to the whistleblower complaint coming out wrote the so-called transcript coming out to the Republican counter narrative to the White House stone. We've done it. All all felt like it was leading up to this moment of of televised impeachment hearings and the event of that event was the testimony of Gordon Sunland and we wanted to make sure are. We made an episode that properly showcased and explained the significance the historic significance of that testimony. And we did it and we want you to hear it. It's available in our feeds right now. Today explained episode is titled Impeachment TV. Mr Sunland goes to Washington. Ten Hits a must-listen. I wouldn't say so if it weren't go. Check it out and enjoy. Thanks welcome back to the seven five. ooh I am your own show. He's seven five times Super Bowl change in college football hall of Famer and for all of our states the Dallas cops better be seven seven and five seven and a half the one and only Tony Tony Happy to. At user Tuesday.

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"sean rama" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Sean Rama's firm the host of Boxes Daily News. podcast today explained you know since late September. We've done probably close to a dozen shows on this impeachment inquiry from the early rumors of a whistle blower complaints to Nancy Pelosi launching the formal impeachment inquiry to the whistleblower complaint coming out wrote the so-called transcript coming out to the Republican counter narrative to the White House stone. We've done it. All all felt like it was leading up to this moment of of televised impeachment hearings and the event of that event was the testimony of Gordon Sunland and we wanted to make sure. Are we made an episode that properly showcased and explained the significance the historic significance of that testimony. And we did it and we want you to hear it. It's available in our feeds right now today. Explained episode is titled Impeachment TV. Mr Sunland goes to Washington Tin must-listen. I wouldn't say so if it weren't go. Check it out and enjoy. Thanks very merry draft this to you. Thanks for joining us today. Money Gets Watson this special edition of the AP Laboratory. I don't even know if we're going to call it the AP laboratory you're gonNA call the AP draft show regardless it's a very draft heavy show much like the Kansas City chiefs are doing right now doing some self evaluation with their current roster and they kind of just looking and seeing what they've got what adjustments.

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"sean rama" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Sean Rama's firm the host of Boxes Daily News. podcast today explained you know since late September. We've done probably close to a dozen shows on this S. impeachment inquiry from the early rumors of a whistle blower complaints to Nancy Pelosi launching the formal impeachment inquiry to the whistleblower complaint coming out wrote the so-called transcript coming out to the Republican counter narrative to the White House stone. We've done it. All all felt like it was leading up to this moment of love. Televised impeachment hearings and the event of that event was the testimony of Gordon Sunland and we wanted to make sure are. We made an episode that properly showcased and explained the significance the historic significance of that testimony. And we did it and we want you to hear it. It's available in our feeds right now. Today explained episode is titled Impeachment TV. Mr Sunland goes to Washington Tin must-listen. I wouldn't say so if it weren't go. Check it out and enjoy it. Thanks what's up. Everybody joining us today might want this is AP laboratory. It's a late week. Take mailbag edition with cheese playing on Monday night. Football by legal. Things are a little bit. Th the schedules a little bit different than we're used to But Good News News Matt Lane thought this week was Thanksgiving.

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"sean rama" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"What's Dory Know Dan Eh now put down your your torches a pitch for I loved Orion Daniela's well? I want him on this roster but he's gotTa make it as a special teamer. I think we know that he's a very good special teamer but there's a lot of very good special teamers on this roster currently he's got to be able to show that he could step in and contribute in a big way in order to justify both his his position as a special teamer and his position as a linebacker Dory know Daniel. I'm not saying it's going to happen but that that would be a big surprise. I think we'd all agree. That's a that's a big surprise that happened but right now. He's he's pretty firmly. A backup and special team could come down to him. I been Neiman in a way for a roster spot. We're talking backup right nickel linebacker. That's a special teams play while I will and I mean and that I would keep doing Daniel in that instance but that's yeah who knows I will say this if Doria no Daniel cut a brillon speaks. Does it show promise next year. That's that's a bad drafts a bad draft. I'm over the Derek Nadi slender on this podcast. There's no okay we love Derrick. Derrick Naughty is a solid football player for what he is but he cannot be the gem of your draft class. He cannot be the JENIFFER. No I beg to differ than your team's not bury good Dirk Nadia's a gym large gem to very large Jim. We're gonNA take a break. We will be back with more of these questions right after this. Hello Listener I'm Sean Rama's firm host of today explained explained Vox Daily News podcast every day Monday through Friday my team and I look at what's happening in the world we pick one essential news story that defines our moment and asks smart people to help us understand it in about twenty minutes or less. It's it's the perfect way to start her enger. Day subscribed today explained for free on apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP. It's from stitcher and the VOX media podcast network. Hey I'm Spencer Hall. I'm Holly Anderson. I'm Ryan Nanny. I'm Jason Kirk and we're the host of the shutdown forecast avengers of college football podcast it says in the script onto riff on what that means and basically what I mean is it's all spoiled every Tuesday we talk about everything from cooking disasters to throw wrestling too unfashionable pants worn middle school we also do talk about college football every now and then like mascot fights announcers fleeing the booth early and unfashionable pants that coaches where now if you want to take college football exactly as seriously as long as it should be taken subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP hi I'm very troubled. Men and I'm the host of Nice try a podcast about utopia a place that is perfect and does not exist this season were traveling across time and space to explore seven different attempts to design a better world. What happens when those designs don't go? According according to plan from Jamestown the first permanent English settlement in North America and Levittown a series of suburban developments built in the nineteen fifties to shunned Gar a modernist Indian city. That's also responsible for for the chairs and Courtney Kardashians dining room and biosphere to an early nineties experiment that sought to create a completely enclosed self sustaining ecosystem and yeah some of them worked out better than others but they're all will fascinating listen subscribed to nice try today on Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP from curbed and the Vox media podcast network

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"sean rama" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Thousand nine hundred are you optimistic pessimistic or do you just disconnect keep I'm pessimistic out? The later stage version of Silicon Valley, we'll talk about ideas. And also, I think there's going to be a reassigned. There's already been a thirty percent correction of public market prices for stocks, which is a reasonable amount already. But I suspect there's a little bit more there. But I'm very optimistic about the innovation and saw come valley the funding. Mental building blocks of technology are celebrating the innovation at the root level is exciting. Every partner meeting on Monday, we have companies present and because reinvest early ISE early. We see we see we see like the future and the future is great. I mean on all kinds of dimensions receive fascinating innovation every week. So I'm going credible optimistic and these companies are going to bake over the next three to five years. So what happens in January doesn't really matter to them. It's like having a baby sense. It takes a couple of years to grow up before you even know much about the child. I have children children cannot yet. It takes a long time. All right when we get back. We're talking with K through boy, he's investment partners Khosla ventures, and he's actually one of the most interesting thinkers until valley. We're gonna take a quick break. Now when we back after this, I want to tell you about boxes. Daily news podcast today. Explain I'm here in the studio with the host, Sean Rama's von, hey, Sean, how you doing w-? I'm well. Thanks for being here with explain how the show works you pick a topic each day. And then what Oma gosh, the news happens. We ramp into action. We do an interview we start chopping it up. We add lots of clips and lots of music, and if there's something else, we can do get some sort of like first person, non narrated thing. We'll do that. If we can put on a song, we'll do that if we can inject some radio drama. We'll do that. But we want to relate the news too. In a way that surprising and keeps you coming back every day because care we put out this thing. Well, it's every every day we're trying to represent the whole human experience. It's rich. It's rich. And there's so much to talk about jokes. I hear there's some jokes. You're one hundred percent funnier than the daily, right? Oh my God. Sorry. What is true? How mon- no comment. All right. You can find today explained on apple podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Coming up today explained where the flu even come from. And why does it want to kill us? Dr fumes Shapiro. Sean. Rama's firm engineer today explained. Yes, yesterday, while working you came up with this innovation that, I thought maybe you could tell people about as I was walking up the steps from our wonderful snack room. I realized that if I just dig into these bag of chips that holding in my hand, my hands will get messy as they always do the delicious zaps chips, New Orleans style. They're fantastic. But to get all of your hands, and you have to constantly wipe said, I wonder if we have chopsticks in the drawer, and did we we have a lot of chopsticks the door. Great type pulled out a set. Not just sat at my desk. Listening to the mix and pulling one ship at a time with chopsticks out of the bag really enjoying myself. I was really blown away. Yeah. Well, after you tweeted that photo of me people really reacted to it in a positive way. And I can. See why eating chips from a bag with chopsticks? It just makes sense..

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"sean rama" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Recode Decode

"And this is like during the winter months. It wasn't always like that in summer. It was dry. But during the winter months when the rains came in the soldiers had little choice, but to have their boots in feeds amiss and been water mud and with little relief. So everything would be saturated and water, and it doesn't take long. I mean, I'm not sure I'm not entirely sure. To be honest. How long it's I expect within a reasonably short time on mentioning, you know, the week or two you'll feet begin to rot. They literally. I mean, it sounds awful and it is oval, but they wrought and when I wrote gangrene citizen, and and in the fist would war. It was it was known by name. It was called trench feet. And if you head trench feet you've actually had routing Fatan, there's only one white fix it. Because the gangrene season is gonna is gonna kill you. It's going to go into your bloodstream, and you're going to die. So they head to show up the fate. So that's just a it's just one of the. Things amongst many other hardships that these soldiers had to deal with obviously the army with excited on trying to keep the feet dry. So they they introduced whi while oil. They will pops awhile oil in and the soldiers to smear the fetal in oil input socks on the memorial on the input on isn't it to try to sort of the the water from rotting fate. We're gonna take another break. Now. We'll be back after this with director. Peter jackson. I want to tell you about boxes daily news podcast today explained. I'm here in the studio with the host, Sean Rama's, foreign, hey, Sean, how you doing? Thanks for being here. With me. Explain how the show works you pick a topic each day. And then what gosh the news happens. We ramp into action. We do an interview we start chopping it up. We add lots of clips and lots of music, and if there's something else, we can do get some sort of like, I person- non narrated thing. We'll do that. If we can put on a song, we'll do that if we can inject some radio drama. We'll do that. But we want to relate the news too. In a way that surprising and keeps you coming back every day because care we put up this thing. Well, it's every every day we try to represent the whole human experience. It's rich. It's rich. And there's so much to talk jokes. I hear there's some jokes. You're one hundred percent funnier than the daily run. All my God. Sorry barra. What is true? How mon- no comment. All right. You can find today explained on apple podcasts. Stitcher wherever you listen to podcasts. Thanks, sean. Thanks care..

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"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Molly ball wrote about Nancy Pelosi for the cover of time magazine. I'm Sean Rama's from this is today explained. Thanks again to quit for supporting the show today. You could give quip electric toothbrush to someone to you. Don't just have to buy one for yourself. You can do. So by going to get quip dot com slash explained. What your I had refills is free. Neil. Dash we've been talking about your podcast function with an ill dash on the show all week. Tell me about an episode you're really excited about well. I think there's one that people are going to latch onto if you've spent any time at all on Twitter, which is why is it so hard for them to make an edit button. For tweets, this is to to change a tweet that's already set. Exactly. And you know, it turns out learning by talking. So and the people that were engineering manages Twitter and other folks that there is a lot of complexity, and maybe there are some damn good reasons. Not to actually build this feature. I guess when when so much of our our news is being shaped on Twitter at buttons could be a little sketch. Right. Yeah. You know, and it goes down to this fundamental thing. We have in culture society overall, which can we trust the things we read are the things that we see true and accurate have been distorted they've been modified and thinking about all the implications of that around the world as well, as you know, the I'm sure the tech parts of this are pretty hard to and bring those sorta to. Stories together. Whether it's somebody is building products at at Twitter or journalist who had accidentally tweeted out something incorrect on NPR's account to millions of people that was just such a eye opening perspective to get on. What seemed like to me at first something pretty simple, and that's in the feed right now function with a Neil dash.

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"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

"In contact with with the news in the country recently i'm wondering after years of war and instability now famine and cholera and a travel ban to boot is there still hope are people holding onto something it's very hard to make generalizations but you can see the people have grown very cynical people feel that you know this war is being fought over their heads that they don't actually have a stake in this so much it never stake in the outcome but not in the fighting so they're they're despondent because there are other parties that are taking decisions about their fates <music> so easy no tire region to find people who are suffering desperately so yemen is different from that but it's just horrendous and it is spreading and there doesn't seem to be any stop on the united states is standing back or encouraging it's other stages to don't single out united states here but it's still the most powerful country in the world and with preponderant influence in in the middle eastern particular and negotiated solutions are few and far between the united nations is a times making heroic efforts at mediating and bringing the parties together but without unified international support it will work <music> <music> you'll still two men is a programs record for the international crisis group i'm sean rama's firm this is today explained <music> i missed you this week doing ads without you it wasn't quite the same you know oh i think you have time for brad's no i do i expect over in that case such know that uber's turned the page and his moving forward the company's goal is to improve the experience for both riders and drivers they feedback working on ways to keep you better protected and connected during so then get better every trip and you can find that more by coin to over dot com slash mowing forward teamwork makes the dream work mom hey big week of news from the supreme court i know so much going on i know a podcast where you can learn more about it is the political the political gabfest of party have got have you listened yet i did last week will new episodes come out every thursday so yesterday so you know the three hosts semi baz lan david plots and john dickerson they get together and they break down the most important political stories of the week and i think their work cut out for this week mom i listen to that today we're gonna subscribe to that podcast apple podcast nice that right you do that's also a place where you can rate and review today explain it and i've been doing that for today explained will do it for that tests too

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"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Which we have anything other than a possibly decades long extremely conservative supreme court there's a study that was done by richard pose ner a few years ago that suggests that of the in the last one hundred years four of the most conservative justices who've been seated at the supreme court are now sitting so this court is very very conservative i don't think that's an opinion i think that's a fact and i think it is in some ways publicly more conservative than the mainstream of the country but i think that we are now locked into that for the foreseeable future and you're right long after you know the senate or the white house or the house changes hands those justices are seated for life and so people who are seated in the next term or two who are in their fifties and sixties will be serving on the supreme court when our grandkids come into existence thank you dahlia you're welcome thank you for having me wwl lift week writes about the law for slate i'm sean rama's firm does today explained uber's moving forward listening to feedback so they can improve and get better with every trip the companies building new features to take the stress out of your pickup and working on ways to keep you better protected and connected throughout your ride find out more uber dot com slash moving forward.

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"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

"That i hope as a parent my child never suffers and so when you go through such an arduous journey and on my craciun and arrive at a country's border and says helped me and then find like your primary reason for seeking that help that is to protect your child and now you see that now they've taken my child away from me and i'm not even able to carry out that paternal or that maternal obligation and primary goal of protection consoling apparent is there mentally going through that pain is quite horrific people die along this border people get injured trying to cross it it's it's it's a desperate situation no matter what right yeah and the courthouses were the parents are shackled and being prosecuted our country doesn't even have the empathy to allow these parents many who had been staying in cages for five or six nights did not even have the courtesy to give these individuals of bath before they arrived for arraignment and their plate one individual we were speaking to you know i noticed as i looked down at his pants that he had an incredible amount of blood on his jeans then he'd saw that my attention was diverted to pants and then he just said you know the journey was difficult right yeah i wonder how this recent development zero tolerance policy the separating kids from their parents fits into what you've seen on the border throughout your time working there to me it feels fundamentally different you know the the the even framing of zero tolerance towards asylum seekers and and a population that is fleeing so much strife so yes it's the framing and then it is you know the new low that our nation is going to to think that is in okay deterrent measure to take away once child and prosecution in our criminal laws should never be a tool of deterrence or punishment of individuals who come to our country to see silom asylum involves arriving at once border and saying i need help and and that's never been a process that only happens where the government designates one location or another and i hope that the horrific kind of just reality of that were experiencing this family separation moment will also give us a moment to pause at the other aspects of zero tolerance and even the nature of zero tolerance it self yes our our country is a country of laws and yes we need to ensure that the border region is safe but nothing about the zero tolerance policies that i can see move us towards a more safe humane way and china runs the tari justice center in houston i'm sean rama's firm today explain thanks to for supporting our show uber

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"sean rama" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on The Talk Show

"You know that that's the kind of show that i think i might enjoy on on between so i just kinda headed on in the background when i was when it was sitting there working when when the jackhammer stopped construction house the jackhammer start like seven o'clock in the morning jolt you rated abed anyway i just thought that was i haven't i haven't gotten into any show on beats one but i listen to that one today and thought it was really good at work does that is that live right i this is how little i know about it when you tune into it is it do you get to decide when to start it or is it like whatever they're talking about right now is what you're listen to so there's all kinds of different shows on beats one you know they're they're about an hour long each so if you go in and just press the beats one button it'll play whatever's live right now but you can go back and listen to shows on demand so that's what i did i went to lars this show and listen to the jack white interview that was done i don't know a few weeks ago yeah so you could go into the mind demand yet so you can go back and listen to all of them well while we're talking about this i may take a break here and it's a perfect segue thank our first sponsor and it has vox as new podcast it's a daily podcast from vox v o x and it's called today explained every weekday afternoon fox's host sean rama's firm takes you on a deep dive into the most important story of the day by the time you get home you'll not only understand the biggest event happening in the world but you'll be able to explain them to your family and friends it's like a deep dive on something in the news.

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"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Kate is rights for the ringer. I'm Sean Rama's firm. This is today explained. Mike gonna be on today, explain maybe. So what? What's your name? They vendor, PU. What's what's your middle name though? Caro. So late. Carl Vander blue filed today explained at today, underscore explained anything else you'd like to say today. Explained. What. Is there anything else I want to say today in I was like, explained. That was a good one, a good one. I'm so glad we got to do this and talk about going to get quick dot com explained the whole experience, and actually I'm so glad that we met many, many Sundays ago at the national portrait gallery just by chance, and I met your mom, that's she is very nice. I gotta get her equip electric, toothbrush one of these days and you can splurge and get the nice won a gold one for my mom. Nothing but the best. That's right. Is there anything you wanna say to your daughter while we have here in the studio? Hi, Jenny, have a great weekend. I miss you get to work love you, mom? Okay. I love you. Fake, Susie, John. I know you so I can't, but it's it's nice to talk to you. That's fine. That's fine. We'll get there.

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"sean rama" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"Oh god oh god miami jimmy evan narcissist writes the comic book series rise of the black panther for margo shelves to kisha t k d test for inviting me to our friends engagement party in brooklyn enter vaksince christina animist sean for lending her voice to today's episode break i'm sean rama sperm this is today explains with a feeling let give me crazy in flags and all you apply you the martin sorry you endless and what the fuck hour even lag alleged man how when a gift as identified hour you'd inuit a smart within that you on through the way i want to lose inau win in a moment as the renegotiate chun julie bogin social media mentor great show much you know what else would be great if you didn't forget to plug the twitter account today under score explained kept peace you choose to you work day with a great podcast so maybe choose to engine night with a great mattress good news is your budget stretches further when you shop at america's neighborhood mattress store had to mattress firm dot com slash podcast to learn how you can improve your sleep.

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"sean rama" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"sean rama" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Ever chess fans at st lie we are in some specialists week vox dot com has a new daily news podcast called today explained it's really great and we're gonna put one episode in the feed today i think you'll like it about black panther and interest really cool show comes out every day it's for your commute home really short episodes about something really interesting happened in the news so take listen to this enjoy and if you like it subscriber today explained anywhere that you should try to apply us hm i'm sean rama sperm this is today explained mm whoo when i was seven eight nine years old my prime konic book years the store my neighborhood that sold comics did not have the best selection gyenge batman should man you're spiderman archie seeing someone who looked like me didn't really feel like an option and that didn't even feel weird mostly by new hadn't heard of sri lanka the country where fans are from most blend you can even say my last name so it felt pretty normal to dream of being a white guy my brother wanted to be batman so i was left wanting to be spiderman anyway that's what a couple of decades it feels like there's a new superior a movie every other week i'm not holding my breath for a big south asian superior movie but it sure is nice to finally see black panther the reluctant that has been the protective condo for generations.

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