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A podcast talking about the thought provoking moments that happen in our everyday lives.

A podcast talking about the thought provoking moments that happen in our everyday lives.
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United States

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A podcast talking about the thought provoking moments that happen in our everyday lives.

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English

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Episodes

Episode #18: Da Kikback

10/6/2019
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On this week’s episode I got the chance to speak to Floyd, the host of the Da Kikback podcast Floyd is an awesome person and I genuinly love the advice he gives on his show. We got the chance to speak about reparations, the difference between New York and Texas and so much more. Go check out his show Da Kikackon Anchor and all other streaming platforms, you wont be dissapointed!. Subscribe to the show and follow us on Facebook // Instagram // Twitter Remember to leave us a review and a...

Duration:01:11:25

Episode #17: Abortion: My Body, Their Choice

9/29/2019
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On this weeks episode I got to speak to Lucy D’Cruz, a filmmaker and director of the documentary, "Abortion: My Body, Their Choice." Lucy along side journalist, Andrew Gold, document the horror stories of unwanted pregnancies and back-alley abortions in Argentina, a society where abortion is illegal. Lucy and Andrew are currently trying to fund the completion of their film on Indiegogo. If you want to learn more about their film make sure to check out the link below. Subscribe to the show...

Duration:00:44:25

Episode #16: Voice Acting with Tom Schalk

9/22/2019
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On this week's episode I got the chance to sit down with an incredibly talented voice actor, Tom Schalk. We spoke about the voice acting industry, politics, cancel culture, anime and more. Check out Tom's work at the link below! https://www.tomschalkarts.com/?fbclid=IwAR3PbWcwFlxWyjRbxGwiGE1akNFXKCwD9f1_S3HLO5ifsZdQHyscvYbgQ4s Subscribe to the show and follow us on Facebook // Instagram // Twitter Remember to leave us a review and a comment!

Duration:01:00:05

#Podstrike

9/20/2019
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I wanted to record a quick explanation as to what #Podstrike is and why I have chosen to get involved. In over 150 countries, people are stepping up to support young climate strikers and demand an end to the age of fossil fuels. The climate crisis won’t wait, so neither will we. This is why I have joined the #Podstrike movement, in order to bring awareness to the Climate Strikes happening around the world and in general to show my support in the battle against climate change. Learn more...

Duration:00:02:44

Episode #15: Intaction

9/15/2019
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On this week's episode we got to sit down with Intaction, a Brooklyn based non-profit organization for foreskin advocacy. We got to speak about why they have dedicated their lives to educating people about this, the dangers of circumcision, the myths and misconceptions and more. One of the guests even told us his story of how he tracked down the doctor who circumcised him in hopes of getting some answers. Subscribe to the show and follow us on Facebook // Instagram // Twitter Remember to...

Duration:01:02:17

Episode #15: Intaction

9/15/2019
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On this week's episode we got to sit down with Anthony Losquadro and David Grant, two directors from Intaction, a Brooklyn based non-profit organization for foreskin advocacy. We got to speak about why they have dedicated their lives to educating people about this, the dangers of circumcision, the myths and misconceptions and more. One of the guests even told us his story of how he tracked down the doctor who circumcised him in hopes of getting some answers. Subscribe to the show and...

Duration:01:02:17

Episode #14: Natalie Claro

9/9/2019
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On this week's episode we spoke with singer/song writer/producer Natalie Claro about her new project, Selfish Topics, as well as her upcoming tour. Natalie is a super talented musician and we got the opportunity to speak to her about the music industry and streaming, Disney movie remakes, who she considers is on the "wrong side of history" and much more. Go check out her music on Spotify and stay tuned for more music from her! Natalie Claro on Spotify Subscribe to the show and follow us...

Duration:01:02:52

Episode #13: Female Empowerment with Jessie Medina

9/2/2019
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On this week's episode we spoke to Jessie Medina, a social entrepreneur, motivational speaker, the host of the Femx podcast, the founder of Femlatinas, a brand consultant and an avid advocate for female empowerment. We got the chance to help her share her story and her mission to empower women. We spoke to her about her political beliefs, machismo in Latin America, degrading music lyrics and more. Subscribe to the show and leave us a review! Remember to follow us on Facebook // Instagram...

Duration:01:10:06

Episode #12: Cyrus Mohseni

8/25/2019
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This week we got the opportunity to speak to Cyrus Mohseni, a multi-million dollar realtor, former professional athlete, business coach and founder of, Giving Football, a non-profit organization that provides professional training, mentorship, and soccer gear to orphanages around the world. We spoke to Cyrus about his early upbringings, the accident that ended his soccer career and what he considers most important in life. Follow us on Facebook // Instagram // Twitter for more exclusive...

Duration:00:56:16

Episode #11: Crossing the Border (English/Spanish)

8/18/2019
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This week we sit down with a special guest who shall remain anonymous to discuss her experience crossing the United States/Mexico border. Her powerful story of hope takes us to Honduras, one of the poorest and most dangerous countries in Latin America. She crossed the border when she was only 15 years old in hopes of being reunited with her mother after 9 years of not seeing her. Thank you so much to our guest for being so open and vulnerable with us, we truly appreciate you.This episode was...

Duration:01:19:46

Episode #10: Mental Health with Larissa Rzemienski

8/12/2019
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This week's episode features Larissa Rzemienski, a licensed professional counselor, yoga instructor and co-host of The Jeremy Jude Podcast, a show that shamelessly talks about mental health. We speak to Larissa about mental health in the United States, how to know when you found the right therapist, yoga and spirituality and more. To hear more from Larissa and her co-hosts about mental health, go to www.thejeremyjudepodcast.com. ---

Duration:00:49:54

Episode #09: Nightmare Society Radio

8/5/2019
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Are you afraid of the dark? Do you enjoy being scared? This week we speak to Kyle, the host of the Nightmare Society Radio, a show that narrates true scary stories and crimes. We discuss the genre of "elevated horror," the death penalty, serial killers and more. Kyle even narrates a special scary story for us to hear. ---

Duration:01:10:15

Episode #08: Creepy Tech

7/29/2019
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This week's episode features Lydia Shompole, an electrical engineer and the host of both the "What You Need, When You Need it" podcast and the "Creepy Tech" podcast. We discuss why she started podcasting about the dark side of technology, the show Black Mirror, robot rights in the future and more. Check out Lydia's podcasts and her other ventures at www.lshompole.com. ---

Duration:01:03:11

Episode #07: Spirituality

7/22/2019
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On this week's episode we talk to Katlyn, a registered nurse and certified yoga instructor about meditation and spirituality. Katlyn explains to us what drove her away from a life of partying towards meditation and yoga and she even reads us a special poem she wrote in her time of reflection. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aprettynormalpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aprettynormalpodcast/support

Duration:01:03:24

Episode #06: CBD

7/15/2019
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On this week's episode we do a deep dive into CBD. Our guest, Kirsten, a CBD sales specialist explains to us what CBD is, the difference between CBD and marijuana, how CBD can be used and why it's all of a sudden popping up in supermarkets and deli's all over the United States. ---

Duration:01:02:54

Episode #05: Digital Nomads

7/8/2019
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On this week's episode we re-imagine what society considers a "normal" job and discuss, digital nomads, those who choose to work remotely while traveling the world. Our interview this week features Neda and SRV as we talk about their latest travels to South East Asia, a part of the world that has recently become a hotbed for co-working spaces and digital nomads. Listen to the episode to learn what they considered the benefits and the downsides of this type of lifestyle. --- Send in a voice...

Duration:01:19:45

Episode #04: Pride

6/29/2019
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On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in NYC, an event widely considered to the most important event in the modern fight for LGBT rights in the United States, I wanted to take some time to not only celebrate the progress the world has made in the fight for equal rights, but also to remember why it is that we celebrate in the first place.Our guest, Chris, a queer teacher in the NYC education system, sat down with us and discussed his personal experiences. ---

Duration:00:56:36

Episode #03: Polyamory

6/23/2019
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On this week's episode we got the chance to sit down with our guest, Christy and learn about polyamory. Polyamory is one of several styles of non-monogamous relationships where a person engages in multiple relationships that can be sexual, romantic, and/or intimate with the consent and knowledge of everyone involved. Why is it that schools refuse to teach about this? And what are some of the difficulties polyamorous couples go through? ---

Duration:00:45:12

Episode #02: Reme Flyizhie & Tubular Tom

6/17/2019
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On this week's episode we kicked it with two super talented rappers, Reme Flyizhie and Tubular Tom. We got to talk about pedophilia, Nipsey Hussle's death, and what they would do if a nuclear bomb was going to drop. Tubular Tom's mixtape is coming out soon followed by the Reme Flyizhie and Tubular Tom collab album. ---

Duration:00:57:24

Episode #01: Philosophy with Tyler Spaulding

6/9/2019
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On the first episode of A Pretty Normal Podcast, I got the opportunity to kick it with one of my close friends, Tyler Spaulding. He's a SUNY Geneseo graduate, a content manager in the tech industry and an overall awesome guy. We chopped it up about whether micro-dosing is worth it, not being satisfied with material possessions, and why he prefers to travel to other countries by himself. Enjoy! ---

Duration:00:38:53