Well Played #59 2/23/21 - Mike is BACK to give you all the latest gaming, anime, and MCU nerd news that you may have missed.
Twitch “Drama” between NickMercs and HusKers? Well Played breaks down the alleged “beef” that is occurring between these two Call Of Duty: Warzone streamers.
Mike is also joined by the Founder and CEO of Gaming Organization Final Form, Noah Manter to talk about what it takes to run a gaming organization and gives tips on finding the right org for you.
WandaVision episode 7 is out, and the nerds give you their synopsis and what the big reveal means for the last few episodes.
Allen “VIPPrimo” Harris from the Car Grumps joins Mike at the last segment to give his take on the possibility of Grand Theft Auto 5 being banned in certain U.S. States?
Too much news, so little time. Right here on Well Played!
Car Grumps #12 2/23/21 - Plan to dive into the deep end of car show arena? Whether you display or you're the promoter, it can be daunting task. Many hosts dive in the deep end and quickly go under from the demand. Is it resources, team players, venue? What is it! Today we'll ask the tough questions.
On this show The Grumps will talk to two car shows that decided to go from zero to hero on their first time out and see what made their event successful.
Kofi of the Bad Habit Auto Club discusses their plan to go deep with their car show and also starting off in a Cars and Coffee at a pro-level.
Juan Vargas of East Coast Auto Expo is going for a hail mary with their big-time car show first time out. We'll talk about what his team is like and what it'll take for their first one to be a winner.
Lastly, we'll discuss what we've learned and what we should've learned and relay some quick tips to make your event, the big one it needs to be.
The Rotunda #273 2/22/21 - Alyssa Heller from Gallery Night Providence calls in to talk about the spectacular virtual event that is being hosted by Sprout Coworking in Providence. Arts and humanities exposure is critical not just for young people and students, but for all of us, especially in these times when needs so often overpower wants. Check out this segment and learn how you can take part in a fun night for not just yourself but your family!
Also discussed tonight is the nearly 2.4 million Americans who experience panic or anxiety attacks yearly. There's a stigma of weakness and frailty attached to this - and in this episode, we being the task of saying 'no more' to people being looked down upon for this. Symptoms, coping mechanisms and treatment options are discussed right here.
You also get hot takes on local and national issues, so please give this a listen and a like!
RI Red Radio #214 2/22/21 - On this Monday’s episode of RI Red Radio Allan discusses Rhode Island Congressman David Cicilline’s poorly named Equality Act, the prevailing narrative being pushed by the Democrats and the mainstream media as well as Congressman Cicilline’s recent NBC interview with Joshua Johnson. Catholic League Director of Communications, Mike McDonald joins me to discuss what the Equality Act really means for everyone.
Well Played #58 2/16/21 - Mike and Pete are BACK to give you all the latest gaming, anime, and MCU nerd news that you may have missed.
The guys start off the year strong by giving you the most recent on CD Projekt Red getting HACKED and what happened to the source code that was stolen.
Nintendo direct is coming up very soon (February 17th) and this will be the first formal Direct since 2019… What will be revealed and what can we expect from Super Smash Bros? Also new games? Maybe a Legend of Zelda remake or anniversary announcement?
Closing out the show, Mike and Pete give their input joined by The Franchise’s very own Joe Ferro on what is happening so far in the MCU’s current top show WandaVision and what this will mean for the future of the MCU. Too much to talk about, so little time.
We are just getting started in 2021 with Well Played! Check it out here!
Car Grumps #11 2/9/21 - There was a time, not too long ago, that magazines and automobiles were at the top of the food change. Television never showed an incredible love for the car show world, so it needed a place to go so as other news sources slowly moved from print, cars embraced the vacuum. That changed on December 2019 when many magazines closed up shop and car folks everywhere shuttered that their connection would be severed irrevocably.
Still some automotive magazines remained and others even doubled down. In this episode of Car Grumps we have local magazines, possibly even from your area, that are ready to show you the coolest cars on the planet and we ask them what it's like to stick to print in a digital world.
Unlike many different forms of communication, cars are visual. We know from experience that it's hard to convey the power of or the beauty of cars without it. Funny enough, the one venue that excels at it, print, is the thing that is dying the fastest when it comes to automotive, while the radio and podcast environment are growing in popularity. Today we try to put it to rest as to why this is and what does print have to do to make a comeback.
In this episode Reggie Willis of ECS magazine. ECS is short for East Coast Stylez and it focuses on vehicles all up and down the East Coast. If you live in New England you probably have seen a lot of local vehicles featured on their pages. Unlike many magazines that focus on specific genres ECS tries to reach to every corner of the car world.
Also Louis Cicerone of Motorhead Magazine a Cranston RI based magazine is another that has expanded throughout the years by keeping an open mind to all things automotive. When it comes to local New England they have featured many vehicles from muscle to import and plan to continue this long standing relationship with the car community with awesome cars and even cooler stories. Maybe they want to hear yours!
In our final discussion we discuss not only what is here now, as well as what could be to come with print, social media, youtube, and podcasts.
The Rotunda #272 2/8/21 - Jason Hand joins the show to talk Browns football, and recap the recently concluded season. We also talk about the potential Deshaun Watson trade, and why, exactly, are some people still not committed to Baker Mayfield in Cleveland?
Alex Tarnava calls in as well, to talk about all the rejuvenating benefits of Hydrogen and how his company can help us to take advantage of them!
In the first segment, I talk about the Rooney Rule that the NFL is supposed to use, and how, to date, it appears to be failing. What can we do to ensure that minority coaches can rise through the ranks? I propose my own solution and I think that everyone will like it.
You also get your current events fix right here, please give this a listen and a like!
Undercover Blues #16 2/8/21 - Listen in for this broadcast if you are a fan of the blues. On our show tonight we will have a variety of Blues artists; and we will be featuring the blues of Robert Cray and Hubert Sumlin. Another first for Undercover Blues we will be introducing a request segment. The Blues may have an old soul, but it is always timeless. “Meet me at the crossroads” Forget about your troubles and feel the heart and soul of the music with the best blues served anywhere by your host Chuck “Bulldog” Finley. I will also be discussing “Valentines Day101” with some helpful tips and knowledge we can all use in the “Bulldogs Pen”.
The Wild Side #470 2/2/21 - In this spicy edition of the Wild Side podcast new host Pal welcomes in political activist and influencer Ned Ryun to discuss last month's "insurrection" and the long term plan for conservatives and republicans alike.
Also in this edition co host Fir E Man and Pal pick apart AOC's latest batch of lies and host of WBOB's Car Grumps VIP Primo sits down to discuss and impossible but cool concept on four wheels.
RI Red Radio #213 2/2/21 - On this two-hour special edition of RI Red Radio Allan discusses equality vs equity, socialism and election integrity. Joining Allan tonight will be Larry Klayman, chairman of Freedom Watch and author of It Takes a Revolution: Forget the Scandal Industry!, founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Morgan Zegers, 2017 appointee to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity by President Donald Trump in 2017 and Heritage Foundation expert, Hans von Spakovsky and editor-in-Chief at Conservative Media Group, Ron Park.
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