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A book club podcast where four friends (Nav, Rebecca, and Vanessa) let the wheel of doom choose a book that may enlighten them or bring their minds further into the depths of hell. Once a month six books are put into the wheel: five are supposedly "good" while the sixth is the notoriously "bad" (the bullet in the chamber, so to speak). Once the wheel of doom has spoken the podcasters have a month to read the book independently and they come together again to discuss their findings, or lack t ...
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嗨!歡迎來到「左倫手槍」的頻道。 這個名稱的由來其實很簡單,左、倫是兩個人的名湊起來, 而手槍就像是發射後,勢必要到達一個目標才會停下來的物品, 也是我們兩個人在探究一件事的態度及生活方式。 我們想記錄日常生活而開啟頻道, 討論自己的故事、身邊朋友的故事及未來的你的故事。 用第一人稱、第三人稱或是訪談的方式把一個個故事說出來。 Powered by Firstory Hosting
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The Daily Revolver

Prosper Osarumwense

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Daily Revolver podcast is a daily podcast that talks about Relationship, faith, religion,marriage,dating and the world in general. Join prosper as she reveal daily amazing talk and gist on her podcast, that no one else will bring to you.
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Revólver es la libre asociación de cuatro personas y muchas ideas, batiéndose a duelo en un lugar llamado entretenimiento. @szurita @Horacitu @PilarBoliverJ y @MT_Valle See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Revolver Podcast

Brandon Copeland

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The podcast where everything revolves. The topics are never the same and the people always change. Co-Hosts Brandon Copeland and Jonathan Stallings Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/therevolverpodcast/support
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Hi! Sorry we're late, but we're glad we finally made it. We intended for this episode to be released as our June pick specifically for Pride Month. Unfortunately, due to illnesses, travel, and general buffoonery we were unable to get this one out on time. However, we're still sticking with our regularly scheduled programming. For early July, we're …
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✓ With a trust fund (🪦🪦) ✓ 6'5" ✓ Blue eyes Okay, we might have lied. Alex is technically 6'3" but I am sure Ava can vouch he compensates for the extra 2 inches elsewhere. Alright, some context would be nice wouldn't it? This month we bit the bullet and read Ana Huang's Ugly Love. Do you like the Grumpy/Sunshine trope? How about Touch Her and Die? …
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Spring has sprung and we've re-entered a world filled with magical swords, enchanted fruit, and dastardly dragons this April. Welcome to the final half of our review for The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon. There were many questions left unanswered last month, like did we manage to prophesize plot points accurately or were we way off …
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Come one, come all! Would you like to hear a tale filled with star-crossed lovers, dragons, witches, and an array of fantastical creatures? For the month of March, the wheel decided that it was time for an adventure of epic proportions and embarked us on a quest to save the world in The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon. As we unfortuna…
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Thirty, flirty, and... nosediving into a sea of red flags. It's February so it's time to dye your hair, change your personality, and wear things you totally never wear because they don't even belong to you, they belong to your roommate. You know how it is. Love is in the air and we're just going to change ourselves completely for a love interest. Y…
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Good afternoon passengers. This is the pre-boarding announcement for flight 29RR to San Francisco. We are now boarding anyone so busy they have to tie their hair back with a pencil and specifically men who refuse to love due to a tragic backstory. Please have your boarding pass and identification ready. Welcome to this month's pick, Ugly Love by Co…
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On this side of the Northern Hemisphere January is one of the darkest and coldest periods in the year. In honour of that, the wheel and Rebecca's taste in literature decided against any chance of uplifting anyone out of this gloomy time and drove us further into the dark with this month's pick. On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong, is an …
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In the dead of winter and at the shores of this tourist town you may find yourself cold, isolated, and contemplating how you ended up here in the first place. With nothing but time and the sound of the waves lapping over the din of restaurants along the coastline we thought it would be an amazing time to celebrate winter here. You should join us as…
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Two households, both alike in dignity, In green Forks, where Stephanie lays our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where her blood makes a vampire's mind unclean. Hello to December and hello to the second anniversary episode for Revolver Reads! In true Revolver Reads fashion we decided to continue our tradition of reading the next inst…
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Are you ready to listen to a book club podcast about a book titled after a fictional true crime podcast? Because I'm not certain that we were ready to get this meta this month. With our fate in the hands of the wheel, it thought a thriller filled with arson, new identities, and a chilling Canadian murderer would be a fitting pick. But, were we chil…
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Welcome to the 10th annual Hunger Games! This month, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins was selected as tribute. As the prequel to the acclaimed Young Adult series, The Hunger Games, we and our inner teenagers had high hopes for this novel. As a radical change from the original trilogy, we are taken front-row seat to the inceptio…
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We want to bring you back to a time when Cheers was on television, when MTV still played music videos, Reaganomics was in full swing, and pictures of scantily clad women were still legal in the workplace. Welcome to the late 1980's and welcome to our Halloween episode (for real this time). The author of this month's pick thought it would be an amaz…
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Don't you love a story that is short and sweet? Because we sure do. It's too bad we joined Kiko's less-than-pleasant journey of self-discovery as she combated waves of self-doubt, a determined stalker, and burdensome familial expectations. Also, let's not forget the highly unexpected and highly suggestive (🌶️🌶️🌶️) surprise at the end of this novel …
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Good morrow, my friends. We bring great tidings! In honour of the premier of season two for Wheel of Time we decided to bequeath a bonus episode unto all of you. We journeyed again into the fantastic world full of ogiers, trollocs, and wide expanses where one can begin the quest for the Horn. Though the journey was rougher than anticipated, we can'…
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Is it just us, or do you feel like class was still in session for the summer? Between a witchy campus, a group of rarely sober students on a Vermont college, and now the Wheel has brought us all the way to an ancient school in the middle of the Industrial Revolution, we've been educated, to say the least. The Wheel of Doom has granted us mercy and …
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If you thought this was the end of basic witch summer, think again! Join us in the pines of rural Vermont. If you travel deep enough you will find an assortment of buildings inspired by the Gothic era and brimming with dipsomaniacal undergraduates. But don't delve too far into grove, or else you may find yourself embroiled in a cult dedicated to th…
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🔮🦇🎃🦇 Happy Halloween!!!!🦇🎃🦇🔮 Just kidding! Or are we? You can take the girl out of Halloweentown but you can't the Halloweentown out of the girl. The temperatures may be soaring, but so is the chemistry between the two main leads in this spicy rom-com novel that left us absolutely bewitched. Vivienne Jones may be sweet, but she is certainly not to …
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When we receive Christ, the life we now have is no longer ours but Christ, and so many blessings came with this life, this life is called ZOE, the God life, we are no longer afraid of what the future is going to be cause God is constantly watching over us, his children. We are very lucky to have the messiah as our father, this is enough to cause us…
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This month the wheel decided to bring us to a very special city in Canada. Welcome to the city where hockey tickets cost you an arm and leg, but the team hasn't won the Stanley Cup in nearly 60 years. The city where you'll never be able to afford property in unless you're into crypto and the city where a raccoon is the unofficial mascot. Bless up f…
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🎶 Yo, listen up, here's the story About a little guy that lives in a red world 🎶 Welcome to our very first Listener Episode! Our amazing listeners placed their submissions and Maria's pick, Autobiography of Red by Anne Carson, was chosen by the wheel of doom. Please join us in this roller coaster of emotional highs and lows as we tackle the austere…
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Hoo boy! It's hotter than a June bride in a feather bed. The wheel of doom brought us back south and thank god because we needed something to drag us out of hibernation this March. Gillian Flynn dropped us into the wicked world Sharp Objects as Camille Preaker digs through the skeletons in her hometown's closet and ultimately bites off more than sh…
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It's February and love is in the air [ardent sigh]. We hope you're prepared for one of the most breathtaking love stories of our generation because the wheel pick for this month swept us off of our feet. So grab a glass of wine, some chocolate, and maybe a box of tissues and listen to our passion blossom over Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.…
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It's January so that means it's a new year and a new book we had to bite the bullet for. This month we were under the impression this month's read was going to be like taking a romantic walk down Rodeo Drive, finding a Hollywood heartthrob, and falling in love. Instead, the experience felt like waking up at the back of a Denny's off the side of the…
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From our families at Revolver Reads to yours we wish you a Happy Hanukkah, a Happy Kwanzaa, a bright Yule, and a Merry Christmas! Here we are again with another novel by Stephen King. This time around it was much colder, but we had more clothes. Welcome to our special Winter Episode were we bundled up and took a drive through the woods to the most …
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Happy December and a very happy anniversary to Revolver Reads! All roads lead to Rome-- or should we say Forks, Washington? In our special anniversary edition we decided to do an homage to the book that keeps haunting our conversations, much like a shiny vampire with nothing better to do. This December, we gifted ourselves (and you!) with Stephanie…
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Welcome to November, the month where we got cozy and took a visual adventure to a land far, far away. The Wheel of Doom rolled a nat 20 and chose the lovechild between Kieron Gillen's master storytelling and Stephanie Hans' breathtaking artistry in Die Volume 1: Fantasy Heartbreaker. Don't let the page count fool you because this graphic novel has …
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Boo! 👻 Did we get ya? If we didn't, the King of Horror, Stephen King should have done the trick (or treat?) with this month's Halloween themed pick, Gerald's Game. Welcome to our second themed pick for Revolver Reads. We were taken captive by the tragically sad life of Jessie Burlingame while she lay trapped in her bed for the foreseeable future. P…
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We hope you said your goodbyes to summer because September is here and we've recorded our biggest #tbt yet. This month we are happy to announce our very first themed episode in honour of the start of Fall, Back To School. The Wheel of Doom's pick might have been too on the nose when we said we wanted something for "The Fall". It chose from a list o…
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Hi folks. This month due to a number of seen and unforeseen factors we decided to not proceed with our August book, The Civil Campaign by Lois McMaster Bujold. This book has been post-posted to a later date in the future. We sincerely apologise for the last minute change and we appreciate your understanding. In lieu of our August pick we are publis…
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Is it hot this July or is it just us? No wait, that's just the hellfire waiting for us on the other side. This month we fanned the sweltering July flames with Alexis Henderson's The Year of the Witching A.K.A. Bethel, #1. Welcome to Bethel, a town suffering under the Puritanical rule of The Prophet and those who choose to uphold his moralistic reig…
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Happy June, folks. School is not, we repeat, not out for the summer. Welcome to St. Rosetta's Academy where the drama, angst, and young adults with too much money is plentiful. Class is in session and Of Curses and Kisses, the first instalment to the St. Rosetta's Academy series by Sandhya Menon, was at the top of our syllabus. Now grab your popcor…
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The pattern was completed for the month of May. We journeyed through the rest of the first instalment of Robert Jordan's epic fantasy series, The Eye of the World. It's safe to say we've secured the knot on this one (... or have we?). Join us for our final thoughts on the second part of The Eye of the World and please excuse our squeals of joy. Thi…
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It's April and this month we weaved our way into the first instalment Robert Jordan's epic fantasy series, The Eye of the World. And let's just say this book has everything: a mopey protagonist, unclear prophecies, an ominous dagger, and a pack of furries. Grab your ale or ancient herbs and gather 'round the fire as we unwind this legendary yarn. T…
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This March we bit the bullet and were sucked (and sucked) into at the first instalment of Alice Clayton's Cocktail Series, Wallbanger. If you couldn't guess by the name, no this not a book about home remodelling, it's a romance novel with a surprise that eclipsed all of our expectations. Everyone, please keep your hands and feet inside of the vehic…
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This month we take the a trip across the pond in The Burning Girls by C.J. Tudor, a horror-driven thriller novel and let's just say the waters were rough. Prepare yourself for ghosts, decrepit houses, a small town with a blood-soaked past, and Peppa Pig. Let's put our hands together and pray for for this down-on-her-luck Reverend Jack Brooks as we …
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Fist deep, mountain high. This month we dig our fingers into She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-Chan, a queer historical fantasy surrounding the rise of the Ming Dynasty in 14th Century China. This tale has been compared to both The Song of Achilles and Mulan, but She Who Became the Sun was fated for greatness far beyond those titles. Please …
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This month we discuss The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller, a re-telling of the classic tale of Achilles with a pleasantly surprising twist. In this ancient story, the novel revolves around Patroclus, Achilles' childhood friend and eventual partner in war, and let's just say they share more than a tent, if you catch my drift. Please join us as w…
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In a bid to build our carreer in our dear country, every graduate have to go through this process called NYSC Nation Youth Service Corp, this is a platform for every youth in the country to contribute back to our dear nation. We trust that as you go through this process, you will understand the fight to build a great nation.…
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延續上一集沒有說完的,佛牌有分陰牌跟正牌,就像世上有很多事情都有正反兩個面向,只要我們的出發點不要歪邪, 出發點是好的,相信事情都會帶來好結果,假設有想選擇戴佛牌的聽眾,請一定要找一個你信的過的牌商, 不要買來路不明的佛牌,透過佛牌或是佛刺,這些都是帶給我們正面能量,就像我們長輩常說的:「三分天注定,七分靠打拼」不要因為有了信仰而忘記我們人也要努力工作啊!! 記得節目裡凱哥提到的: 「信仰不是盲從,是要理性的信仰」 不管我們的信仰是什麼,希望可以理性的去理解後再去冷靜判斷,這些事物對於我們是什麼樣的意義。 如果想了解凱哥所說的佛牌故事或是凱哥本人的生活分享,可以到下面連結聯絡凱哥! 潮聖佛牌粉絲專頁:https://www.facebook.com/lovebuddha/ 潮聖佛牌蝦皮:ht…
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從以前到現在人們對於南傳佛教及佛牌都有一些既定印象及誤解, 而現今社會的資訊便利,人們慢慢接受並開始信仰,也將佛牌聖物帶入自己的生活, 讓我們來聽聽博學多聞的凱哥,來分享他跟佛牌的緣起及與在做佛牌商的種種經驗談。 就像節目裡凱哥提到的: 「信仰不是盲從,是要理性的信仰」 不管我們的信仰是什麼,希望可以理性的去理解後再去冷靜判斷,這些事物對於我們是什麼樣的意義。 如果想了解凱哥所說的佛牌故事或是凱哥本人的生活分享,可以到下面連結聯絡凱哥! 潮聖佛牌粉絲專頁:https://www.facebook.com/lovebuddha/ 潮聖佛牌蝦皮:https://shopee.tw/jokerpartysoul 奔跑吧肥宅大叔粉絲專頁:https://www.facebook.com/runnin…
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在那尚未有性平教育的年代裡,黑暗國度仍有圍籬,走出圍籬後許多人必須很努力的隱藏自己,壓抑自己的慾望,扮演成外人所期盼的角色,在那個保守的年代中,我們究竟是如何知道自己的性向,又是如何認同自己? 隨著同志運動走上街頭、紅樓崛起、同婚法案通過,許多同志族群更勇於做自己,但在那個同志黑暗時期的尾聲,玫瑰少年絕非特例,而我們又是如何度過的呢? 白先勇《孽子》,台北市:允晨文化,2008.2 在我們的王國裡,只有黑夜,沒有白天。天一亮,我們的王國便隱形起來了,因為這是一個極不合法的國度:我們沒有政府,沒有憲法,不被承認,不受尊重,我們有的只是一群烏合之眾的國民。 你是不是有點心動 演唱: Julia Wu 吳卓源 編曲: 余竑龍 作曲: 余竑龍 製作: 余竑龍 發行: ChynaHouse 授權: h…
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尾牙、春酒季最不可或缺的靈魂人物「活動企劃」。活動企劃到底都在做些什麼呢?本集將由人生無限斜槓的職人凱哥來為我們解答。凱哥做過非常多的工作,賣過雙胞胎(不是人),也在頂好上過班⋯⋯等,就像凱哥所說的:「每一條路都是走出來的。」人生總是不斷的在探索,這也造就了凱哥有非常豐富的人生閱歷,也因此斜槓再斜槓,至今仍未停歇。今天聊的主題只是凱哥人生中的一小部分,因為,唯有不斷探索才能發現生命的真諦。 若您喜歡我們的頻道,也別忘了訂閱我們的節目,更別忘了追蹤並分享我們的IG呦: https://linktr.ee/zuolunrevolver 當然,若有希望聽到的內容或是任何對節目的建議也歡迎留言告訴我們。為了有更好的收聽品質,如果各位願意,也歡迎各位隨時為我們補充彈匣,感恩的心。 EMC 演唱: ?t…
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許多人的感情中可能都會遇到渣男,卻又不知道當時為何會如此愛他,然而在某個夜深人靜的夜晚,回首自己的往事時,赫然發現當初的自己一定是中邪或是被下降頭,生氣之餘真的很想問他:「你還會喘氣嗎?」特別是用觀落陰的方式去問。這次的與談人是桃花聖母的助理賢賢,賢賢過去也有過許多刻骨銘心的戀情,可以說是爛桃花滿滿,一路走來真的相當不容易,但也正因為如此讓他找到了心靈的歸屬,也讓自己的生活有了180度的大轉變,就讓我們一起聽聽賢賢一路走來的心路歷程吧! 貼心提醒:本集充滿大量十八禁話題,未成年聽眾真的拜託把耳朵關起來不要聽。 Ganesha house賢賢IG: https://www.instagram.com/ladiespink_story/ 若您喜歡我們的頻道,也別忘了訂閱我們的節目,更別忘了追蹤並…
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這次訪問的職人是新竹象神居的超超。超超本來是就讀軍校的,後來從職業軍人退伍後成為身心靈的老師,也在新竹開了一間佛牌店,由於生意太好,近期又即將在台北開分店,這一切的一切似乎都是安排好的;然而,超超是如何從一個職業軍人斜槓成為身心靈老師與佛牌店老闆的呢?答案將在本集訪談中與您揭曉。 象神居地址: 新竹市東區東前街7號 象神居主要服務項目: 靈氣療癒、塔羅牌占卜、身心靈課程、南傳佛教聖物請供 以下是關於象神居及超超的粉絲專頁,有興趣的人可以點進去了解。 象神居Facebook粉絲專頁 https://www.facebook.com/108397210582042/posts/423980945690332/?d=n 超超粉絲專頁 https://www.facebook.com/sas1239…
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經營一段感情真的是有學問的,一個不小心就可能讓兩人關係降到冰點。 今天就以閒聊的方式談談,什麼樣的情況會讓關係不想繼續走下去(不免俗一定要稍微數落一下前任),以及感情中最重要的事是什麼。當然,每個人與生活環境都不同,無法一概而論,但相信有些基本的本質是差不多的。 若您喜歡我們的頻道,也別忘了訂閱我們的節目,更別忘了追蹤並分享我們的IG呦: https://linktr.ee/zuolunrevolver 當然,若有希望聽到的內容或是任何對節目的建議也歡迎留言告訴我們。為了有更好的收聽品質,如果各位願意,也歡迎各位隨時為我們補充彈匣,感恩的心。 以下是節目中引用的兩首詩: 陳依文《像蛹忍住碟》台北市:心靈工坊文化,2011.10,P132、133 〈枕間路〉 如果我從夢的邊境走去看你 踏著濕土…
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