Denny’s Is Racist And No Amount Of Dank Memes Will Change That because John C. Miller, CEO and President of the Denny’s Corporation, is a capitalist running dog and his wealth must be seized and redistributed to the people
Hey, podcast people. Are you looking for the next audio drama to fall in love with? Are you a fan of weird but heartfelt stories? Do you have an inexplicable passion for public transit? Are you listening to Greater Boston yet? Do you like
stories with unique and unusual premises?
audio dramas that use the medium of sound to their advantage in creative ways?
innovation in terms of format and storytelling that is so clever and well-crafted and fun that it fills my little writer’s heart with joy every episode?
mild surreality and “weird fiction”?
(or just regional gothic memes?)
slice-of-life stories that still build a great central plot?
mysterious messages from tuna-eating corporate executives?
ensemble casts of incredibly well-developed characters with their own unique arcs and motivations as well as complex and interesting interpersonal relationships?
Then this could be the podcast for you! You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! You’ll probably get way too attached to a dead guy’s Google Calendar! Seriously, try Greater Boston! It’s an amazing show that’s not receiving anywhere near enough love around here and it deserves more attention.
Se a conversão ao cristianismo não melhora em nada as ações exteriores de um homem - se ele continua sendo tão esnobe, tão rancoroso, tão invejoso ou tão ambicioso quanto era antes - devemos, na minha opinião, suspeitar que sua ‘conversão’ foi, em grande medida, imaginária.