FFR #23: Live at Kickstarter with Special Guest Jay Smooth – Feminist Frequency

FFR #23: Live at Kickstarter with Special Guest Jay Smooth

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Carolyn Petit

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In this week’s episode, Anita and Ebony are at Kickstarter HQ in Brooklyn recording the podcast in front of a live studio audience! Best of all, they’re joined by special guest, cultural commentator and hip hop DJ Jay Smooth. Ebony leads the trio through a wide-ranging assortment of questions that find them discussing Breaking Bad, Bradley Cooper, pro wrestling, the music of Rush, and the end of the world, among other things. So settle in for this lively, stimulating discussion and learn which condiment brings about the apocalypse!

Be sure to check out Crash Course’s current series on media literacy, hosted by Jay Smooth.

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Segment Timestamps:

Caro’s Intro :00
2:00 Hello!
3:15 Ebony’s Tribeca Story
6:20 Ebony Has a Bunch of Questions
7:05 What’s another career you would love to have?
12:05 What brings about the apocalypse?
16:10 Kanye and the Dilbert guy
18:40 What is a work/creator that’s way overrated?
20:10 Anita’s late night bar/party question
22:10 Breaking Bad, Sherlock, and Awful Protagonists
27:55 Bradley Cooper’s Watch Commercial
31:30 What is something people don’t know about you but they should?
40:55 What celebrity do you think would be charmed by you if you met?
45:50 What’s Your FREQ-Out?
–Ebony on NYC
–Jay on Squibbons’ Twitch stream
–Anita on Prince’s “Nothing Compares 2 U”
52:40 wrap-up

Relevant Links:

Matt Miller on “Nothing Compares 2 U”
The Twitch channel of speedrunner Squibbons
The music of country singer Margo Price

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