3 things I learned at the Seneca College Newnham Campus Podcast Club

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Catch me at the next podcast club meeting

 

Hello readers & Facebook friends,

Everyone knows that with my partnership with a Texas on Demand Radio channel & my love for radio. That I would like to have my own web based audio talk show. That is my goal to have an interesting hobby. To pursuit that dream I joined the Seneca College Newnham Campus Podcast Club.

These are three things I learned from my quick meeting with the podcasters:

  1. Mostly a men’s club – Some female members would actually be great. Mostly this club is dominated by men, which is a nice.
  2. Story telling using sound – Podcaster even at my level are creating art work with their audio files. This is something I have to get in to and I am getting my training in audacity as a result of being in this club.
  3. Joe Rogan is an a******, with a well done podcast – I will never not say this about Joe Rogan. He is an A****** ! He condemned Fallon Fox as a transgender female fighter. I will never like Joe Rogan. That just is what it is. His podcast however is a great use of his talents as an entertainer and audio talk personality.

Join me at the Podcast club meeting next Monday. I will probably pop in late but it is a lot of fun and a lot of extra learning.

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Re-Unite Toronto Pride and our police force

Bail us out

Click the website to view the info-graphic. Here are some highlights to the info-graphic:

  1. We need Police working together with marginalized people to improve the community relationship. 
  2. 1,482 hate crimes were reported in 2013. 
  3. Olivia Nuamah is not managing the Toronto Pride deficit whilst alienating her community. 
  4. The Irresponsible Press is polluting the minds of scared individuals to instill fear rather than create solutions. 
  5. Many Officers are LGBTQ+, immigrants and marginalized people themselves who wish to partake in our pride events. 
  6. Fear of our officers is making policing and creating safe communities harder for our men and women in uniforms.
  7. Division and alienation is not a solution, it is destruction.  
  8. The crimes of the United States Police force should not reflect the view of Canadian police officers. 

 

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Book Club review: Crazy is My Super Power!

Crazy is my Super power review

I read this book to learn about AJ Lee’s struggle with bipolar disorder, learn about her life as a wrestler and the challenges of a female wrestler. This book covers her journey from a child in a low income area to her journey in to adulthood. The themes I have noticed in this book are women being reduced to sex objects in the workplace and in athletics, finding success well struggling with a mental illness & following your dreams against the common perceptions.

AJ Lee as champion
“To me I wasn’t playing crazy, I was discovering my superpower” AJ Mendez Brooks

Everyone pictures wrestlers as these 6 foot five gods or these sex symbols in the case of women. Never the less they are expected to be the exaggerated perfect media images of men & women. AJ Lee was an incredible wrestler without being too overly sexualized, glamorized or put in a atypical box for women in wrestling. She is 5 ft 2 and could kick your head off & keep you entertained without being what you would expect. 

I think her dedication and spontaneous behavior is part of what made her such a special wrestler to me. In 2010 to 2015 when I followed her career I was living with my brother on & off when we watched her on the TV we were always entertained. Although it is not a detraction from the story I would of loved to hear AJ Lee talk about working with Vickie Guererro. Just because they are both highly influential Hispanic women in the WWE Universe and their television rivalry was tremendously entertaining from rivaling valets to an actual gimmick match. Me and my brother were hooked to this rivalry. 

Should you buy this book? If AJ Lee was as captivating to you as she was to me, absolutely. If you are not a wrestling fan, I am sorry to say this is not the book for you. Yes the story is mainly appealing if you remember the key moments of AJ’s career the way we do. From her being in Natalya’s stable, to the boyfriend drama, to the excitement of her valet story and becoming a multiple time champion!

Buy Crazy Is My Super Power on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=G72mDAAAQBAJ