The Drop – Part 2

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Branan shares his adventures in Greece, he and Anson share what they’re reading and listening to this autumn season, and they catch up with Leon “The Martini Samurai” Ingulsrud.

If you’d like to learn more about the Greek island of Delos, there are many resources on line including this article and the Delos museum website.

Dr. Robert Sapolsky’s book BEHAVE helps us understand why and how we do the things we do. Buy it here.

Take a look at this video of Dr. Sapolsky discussing his book on Book TV here.

Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Malcolm Gladwell can be found here.

You can buy Neal Stephenson’s Seveneves here, and you can also find it on audible.

The Hmongumentary Podcast can be found here. Hmongumentary is a play on the word “Hmong” and the word “documentary.” The Hmong people have a history of resilience and adapting to the larger, dominant culture. But what does this evolution actually look like? What gets compromised and what is gained in the process? This podcast explores what it means to be part of the Hmong community whether you live in it or not; whether you’re Hmong or not. Hmong people do not have a country and are scattered across the globe so what’s keeping us together?

Scott Carrier’s “Home of the Brave” podcast can be found here.

DE STAAT – Torre Florim is the ambitious young man behind DE STAAT, bringing innovation and a much-needed sense of fun to the business of making popular music. This first video caught the world’s attention for the strong and creepy visuals and won many music video awards.  Their next album featured the song PEP TALK, about breaking up. The music video for it is one of the most entertaining things I’ve ever seen and includes a sly inside joke referencing the WITCHDOCTOR video.

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