Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 1967 film Le Samourai and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

For more information about Video Store or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://videostorepodcast.wordpress.com/

Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender.  In this episode they examine “Book 3: Fire, Chapter 20: Sozin’s Comet, Part 3: Intro the Inferno”.

For more information about Avatar with Academics or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://avatarwithacademics.wordpress.com/

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio connect from opposite sides of the globe to talk about the tweet of the week and expose the true lessons being taught in Korean ESL classes.

The Latchkey Kids (Amy Poppinga and Sam Mulberry) are back to tell stories about the politics and society of the high school lunch room in the early 1990s.

The EST gang recognizes the winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics and discusses the prospects for a Nobel Prize in Political Science.

Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 2001 film Gosford Park and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

For more information about Video Store or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://videostorepodcast.wordpress.com/

Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender.  In this episode they examine “Book 3: Fire, Chapter 19: Sozin’s Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters”.

For more information about Avatar with Academics or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://avatarwithacademics.wordpress.com/

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio connect from opposite sides of the globe to talk about the tweet of the week and end up in the world of culinary innovation.

On this month's episode of The 252, Chris, Chris, and Sam look back at the Tokyo Olympics (and ahead to Beijing 2022 and Paris 2024), talk about the mental health of athletes, and interview Bethel alum Matt Moberg, a Minneapolis pastor who serves as a chaplain for the Minnesota Timberwolves.

In this longer chat, the EST gang breaks down the reasons for partisan polarization in America, and what, if anything, we can do about it. 

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