Tag: TED Radio Hour

Taking a trip down memory lane, an unexpected frustration, and disability reflections

So, I have to be honest here about something that’s frustrated me recently: the fact that I’d had a few paragraphs written for this blog post and accidentally deleted them!! So as I’ve said here before, I typically write my entries in the notes app on my iPhone; but for some reason, I accidentally deleted …

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More thoughts on atheism, podcasts and enjoyable TV shows

In the Netflix original show The Baby-Sitters Club, one thing that’s stood out to me so far, is how Stacey, one of the baby-sitters in the BSC, is anxious about telling the other babysitters in the BSC that she’s diabetic. She’s created a story in her own mind where she’s convinced herself that her new …

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Assorted TV show/podcast thoughts, and controversial thoughts on being childfree

When I was a little girl, my Oma and I enjoyed watching the show called Unsolved Mysteries with one another. Back then this show was hosted by a man named Robert Stack, though I didn’t actually know his name until I’d gotten much older. But sadly, by the time I was a teenager and Googled …

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A random yet pleasant dream, more podcast thoughts, book reflections and life

I want to talk about some specific things in the Netflix show called The Society that stood out to me. One thing I felt very strongly about, was about the character named Campbell. When we the viewers first see Campbell interact with a character named Elle, I could tell that something was really off about …

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Some multi-Media thoughts and more social isolation

I recently read a book called The Atheist’s Way; the author of this book is named Eric Maisel. And TBH, reading this book came at the perfect time, meaning that given the turmoil that the entire world is in right now, reading a book about making one’s own meaning in life was literally just what …

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Thoughts on math, music, grief, toxicity, trauma, Anne with an E and awesome memories

I recently listened to the rapper Eminem’s newest album and while I can appreciate the album in its entirety, it definitely isn’t among his best albums. I’ve literally been listening to one specific song on it called “Godzilla.” What I love about this particular song, is everything from its instrumentation, to the way Eminem’s rap …

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I’ve listened to Nivea’s latest album called “Mirrors” a few times now and I’m ready to blog about it. To be honest, I love nearly *all* of the songs on the album! I love the smoothness of her voice, the different harmonies that she does and also the instrumentation of the songs. But that being …

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