In this episode host Ian Lawton gets his Zen on with Soto Zen Buddhist Monk Myozan Kodo. An enlightening episode for anyone wishing to know more about the mysteries of Zen Buddhism.
Myozan is the head of Zen Buddhism Ireland, also an author, poet, novelist under the name Ian Kilroy and teaches journalism in the Dublin Institute of Technology.
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A rather pointless and ill prepared 18 minutes of nonsense.
Still, could be worse. Could've easily been 20 minutes.
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In the ultimate "low hanging fruit" episode, guest host Robert Holt interviews regular host Ian Lawton about his life as an indie film guy. Probably the most narcissistic episode of a podcast ever produced, yet strangely fun.
Dog Thoughts dismisses the spite burger and Ben Red pulls no punches on solidarity profile pics in Misanthropy Rising.
A bumper episode of Workshed Podcast.
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In this episode host Ian Lawton speaks with self proclaimed Queer, Radical, Activist Thomas Dunning. This lengthy talk covers the subjects of gun violence, homophobia, racism, feminism & alcoholism, to name but a few, but with a healthy dose of spirituality, love and friendship.
Dog Thoughts waxes lyrical on driverless cars while Benny Red pulls no punches yet again on Misanthropy Rising to close out the show.
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In this episode, host Ian Lawton talks with Canadian Sci-Fi author Jason Kufner where they talk about everything from Science Fiction to self publishing, from Guns to Buddhism, from Psychedelics to everything in between...
It's a good talk.
Jason's Twitter: @subatomicbuddha
Benny & Ian discuss a controversial topic in Misanthropy Rising that may be considered offensive to some, but why it is offencive to some is essentially the point of the discussion.
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An extended observation on the litter problem in my small town including the strange phenomenon of the "bag o' shite"...
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Short little message for those of you feeling the tug of the passage of time on New Year's Eve.
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Yes, it's the obligatory dad's in their 40's Star Wars podcast special. Just shy of a two hour nerd fest as Ian is joined by actor Steve Wilson to geek out about all that is Star Wars. Benny is back in Misanthropy rising and a very special extra guest is peppered throughout the show. May the Force be with you!
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Additional music by Stealing Orchestra
A shed where work is carried out.
Host Ian Lawton struggles to maintain any semblance of coherence as he stumbles his way through a few select interviews by working them out in the workshed.