Its not what it looks like
It’s not what it looks like
Shane Dawson has always been a straightforward person. Shane has meticulously recorded his life, from his first YouTube vlog in 2008 to his feature film debut Not Cool to a cover story in Variety magazine. We’ve seen awkward and cute Q&As with his mother, drama at the weight-loss center, info about his love life, and the all-important haircut reveal. His funny spoofs of Miley Cyrus, Paris Hilton, and Sarah Palin are well-known. His music videos are spectacular.
Shane Burcaw, a 20-something poet, blogger, and entrepreneur, is back with an essay collection about living a full life in a body that many people regard as tragic. Shane handles uncomfortable circumstances and assumptions with charm and grace, from first introductions where people patted him on the head instead of shaking his hand to tales of passersby mistaking his able-bodied girlfriend for a nurse.
CRISIS IN THIRTY-LIFE Lisa Schwartz’s stories and musings are all about her friends growing up like pros as she tries to figure out why she doesn’t want or can’t seem to find all of the stuff they have. Lisa will take listeners through her own life experiences, like a big sister who’s seen it all, to say the one thing we all need to hear: You are so not alone.
It’s not what it looks like – cyanide & happiness shorts
It’s an Audible Original, but it includes a.pdf of the text that can be accessed via the Audible app’s chapters view. (I understand that doesn’t…read more It’s an Audible Original, but it includes a.pdf of the text that can be accessed via the Audible app’s chapters view. (I realize that doesn’t benefit you because you don’t have Audible, but it’s only in case someone else is curious.) (reduced)
This gem is exactly the kind of non-fiction book I enjoy reading: an own voices tale about someone who is going through something or has gone through something in the past and is now sharing their own experience about it… Molly, for example, was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa as a child and eventually lost her sight… She describes how her life has gone so far, as well as how she discovered her own voice and calling in life 😉 She expresses herself in a rather accessible manner.
This gem is exactly the kind of non-fiction book I enjoy reading: an own voices tale about someone who is going through something or has gone through something in the past and is now sharing their own experience about it… Molly, for example, was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa as a child and eventually lost her sight… She describes how her life has gone so far, as well as how she discovered her own voice and calling in life 😉 She speaks candidly about our stereotypes about blind people, as well as her own experience with the disease… I strongly advise you to read this book, especially the audiobook version, because Molly herself narrates it. I believe it is important that we educate ourselves in a number of ways and expand our perspectives on people who are different from us… I’m hoping you’ll discover this story on your own 🙂 For me, it was a 5 star read 🙂 OAXOA
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This is a well-researched history of the Bellevue Hospital in New York. The author deftly uses what appears to be a biography of Bellevue to delve into the history of medicine in the United States since the 18th century, as well as the relationship between hospitals, the government, and the general public. It’s fun to watch.
This book was a little thin, but it was still a lot of fun. Play and pleasure are significant in the history of science, technology, and culture, according to the thesis. Johnson, for example, believes that interest in automata aided (albeit inadvertently) the development of computers. Babbage was apparently fascinated by these early robots as a boy, and it inspired his work. Other topics covered by Johnson include the spice trade and the invention of the Jacquard loom. I enjoyed this novel, but I’m not ready to purchase the thesis in its entirety. After all, something that becomes a technology must first exist as an idea. It’s difficult to think of an interesting contraption whose roots couldn’t be traced back to anything amusing, in part (I suspect) because amusing things are simpler to create. It’s difficult to imagine space rockets existing without first being made into toy models. Furthermore, people participate in a number of behaviors that do not, of course, end in technological revolutions.
It’s not what it looks like
This is a unique episode since AMD is on the other end of the line. Yes, A Stripper Podcast’s producer joins AM on this one to help her figure out what’s really going on with her life and how she’s coping with it. AM discusses the majority of the events that occurred during the last 12 months in order to be frank, vulnerable, and genuine. At the end of this episode, we explore ways to extend the show, as we are looking for new hosts to help us share this platform.