Justin Robert Young
Ok, this is me just fanboying a little bit.
As I’ve mentioned before I’m a big fan of the Justin Robert Young podcast, aka the JuRY Show. Last week’s episode of the show was called Hard R. In it he discussed casual racism that takes place in the Northeast. This caused me to e-mail into the show to share my experience on the matter. Below is a short video where Justin reads my e-mail on his show.
In my e-mail, the woman I dated was South American, not South African but the point remains the same.
The entire episode can be viewed here.
You can also visit Justin’s Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/JuRY
I’m not patting myself on the back or anything, just saving something to the digital scrapbook.
I’ve been doing some freelance work lately that keeps me glued to my keyboard, because of that I listen to a lot of podcasts. To be downright honest, I’ve been listening to podcasts for years but lately I’ve been listening to a lot more. Mostly I listen to them while working but there are three that I listen to just for pure enjoyment.
In no particular order…
The JuRY Show hosted by Justin Robert Young. You can also watch it on YouTube or livestreamed at Diamondclub.tv on Sunday nights at 7PM PT. I like Justin a lot because he has the ability to see a third side to most stories that a lot of people wouldn’t see.
The Rooster Teeth Podcast from the company that brought us Red Vs. Blue. I’m a huge fan of RT for the fact that Burnie Burns started the company in an apartment bedroom before the advent of YouTube and online video. The podcast is very entertaining and funny but very NSFW. You can see it at RoosterTeeth.com or on YouTube and RT Sponsors can watch the livestream Monday nights, among other extras, for $5 a month.
The Weekly Planet podcast hosted by Australia’s own Mr. Sunday Movies and Nick Mason, the official podcast of ComicBookMovie.com. As you may have guessed it’s all about comic book movies. These Aussie lads do not have the usual nerd outrage when reviewing and discussing comic book movies and shows. They may agree with the nerd outrage but they don’t take it too seriously. No livestream that I know of but the show comes out Mondays in the US and is also available on YouTube. Mr. Sunday Movies also has some other great commentary videos on his YouTube channel as well.
I’m always on the lookout for new podcasts. If you have a favorite podcast that you think I may like please leave it in the comments.