Posts tagged "steven krage"

Mercy for Animals, Yelp Reviews Gone Wild, and Dead Celebrities! (The Objectivist and The Vegan Podcast, Episode #13)

Mercy for Animals, Yelp Reviews Gone Wild, and Dead Celebrities! (The Objectivist and The Vegan Podcast, Episode #13)
The newest episode of The Objectivist and The Vegan is on the air! In this episode, Jack (The Vegan) shares his vegan views with Steven (The Objectivist) and a lively debate ensues. Next, they talk about Jack’s recent angry Yelp review and Steven shares his own wild story regarding a Yelp review that had a hidden agenda... Read more »

Music and Monsters! (Kvetching with Steven Podcast, Episode #4)

Music and Monsters! (Kvetching with Steven Podcast, Episode #4)
The newest episode of Kvetching with Steven is on the air! In this week’s episode, I tackling the hardest hitting issues of the day: Music and Monsters! Remember to follow me on the following social media outlets: My new website!  Facebook Twitter Email Buy my books on Amazon And, as always, don’t forget to subscribe to this... Read more »

Paul Lynde, Killer Clowns, and other Weird News! (Kvetching with Steven Podcast, Episode #3!)

Paul Lynde, Killer Clowns,  and other Weird News! (Kvetching with Steven Podcast, Episode #3!)
The newest episode of Kvetching with Steven is on the air! In this week’s episode, I tackling the hardest hitting issues of the day: Weird, oddball, and terrifying news stories! Remember to follow me on the following social media outlets: My new website!  Facebook Twitter Email Buy my books on Amazon And, as always, don’t... Read more »
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The Kardashians, Donald Trump, and the moral ideal of Judgment (Kvetching with Steven Podcast, Episode #2!)

The Kardashians, Donald Trump, and the moral ideal of Judgment (Kvetching with Steven Podcast, Episode #2!)
Straight from my mouth to your brain, the second episode of my podcast, Kvetching with Steven is now available on SoundCloud.com! In this week’s episode, I talk about the idea of moral judgment and how it can be a positive and negative tool to use in our lives. Donald Trump, The Kardashians, and Wendy’s all... Read more »

The particularly pitiful Adele: my opinions on an unhealthy diet of sorrowful songs (and a special announcement!)

The particularly pitiful Adele: my opinions on an unhealthy diet of sorrowful songs (and a special announcement!)
I, like any child of opera, likes a good wallow every now and then. But, like they say, too much of a good thing can be bad. Lurking and screeching in the muck and the mire for too long can stress you out and remind you of the time your girlfriend yelled at you for... Read more »

"The line between the past and the present": What I DON'T want to know then what I know now, and why it matters (Blogapalooz-Hour: Volume XXXII)

"The line between the past and the present": What I DON'T want to know then what I know now, and why it matters (Blogapalooz-Hour: Volume XXXII)
A man saunters into the booth next to me in a restaurant, sliding a piece of soiled white paper across the table to my trembling hands. All month I’ve known this was coming, like the fabled menstrual cycles of old. The man’s hands were rough, coated with sawdust, and his beard was, well, let’s say a... Read more »
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