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Finding you have drifted into midlife? Wondering how you got there and asking yourself 'Is This It?.' This podcast is for you. Bite-sized thoughts, hints, and ideas to help you get your head back (from stress), your s**t together (organised and focused) and life back on your terms (feeling fulfilled).
 
My name is Justin AKA Demonic Sweaters. In 2015 I started a podcast to talk about the stuff I find interesting and to interview interesting people. My friend Chad started helping me as part time co-host in 2016 and we briefly changed the name to The Wrong Way The Stripe goes. Topics talked about are: Music, art, drums, paranormal, conspiracies, UFOs, self-employment, life struggles, money, health, philosophy, or basically anywhere our conversations wonder.
 
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Support Sweater Weather! I’m joined once again by my friends from the Alberta Advantage podcast: Clinton, Karen and Joel. We conclude our epic discussion of FUBAR, the classic Canadian and Calgarian comedy franchise, by discussing FUBAR II: Balls to the Wall (2010) in which our protagonists, Terry and Dean, head up to Fort McMurray to work in the o…
 
The Big Sweat with Geoff Nicholson In this longer episode I speak with success coach, Geoff Nicholson. Geoff has an amazing story of how he turned his life around following a debilitating illness and near suicide attempt, to become a coach working with entrepreneurs and therapists to build their own successful life and business. Trigger warning: Pl…
 
Support the show. This week I'm joined by my podcast comrades from the Alberta Advantage: Clinton, Joël and Karen, for a deep dive into the classic Canadian and Calgarian comedy franchise FUBAR. It’s been nearly 20 years since the first FUBAR film brought us the endearing headbangers Terry and Dean. In our discussion we appreciate FUBAR’s depiction…
 
In the third journey (episode) of the podcast, Dave welcomes you aboard the ‘Sprout 1’ for another trip into metaphor, meaning and the mind. This week Dave builds upon last week’s episode ‘Scheduled for Destruction’ explores how the so called ‘mid-life crisis’ as well as becoming a bit of a cliché, is something that can happen at any time in your l…
 
In the second journey (episode) of the podcast, Dave welcomes you aboard the ‘Sprout 1’ for another trip into metaphor, meaning and the mind. This week Dave explores the unsettling feelings of realising that you may not be living the life you had planned to live. Life can drift and we can get side-tracked or lose sight of some of those early-life d…
 
In this, the first episode of the Sprout Sweater podcast, Dave dives into the stories we tell ourselves - about the world and in order to make sense of the world. He asks you to give yourself 'permission to be human' and explores how this relates to those stories (our inner narratives). He also provides some 'homework' (or food for thought) for the…
 
I talk to author and journalist Marcello Di Cintio about the lives of people who drive taxis for a living. He tells their stories in his fascinating new book, Driven: The Secret Lives of Drivers. This is episode 15 of Sweater Weather with Aaron Giovannone. Visit the Sweater Weather website: https://www.sweaterweatherpod.com/ Donate on Patreon: http…
 
In this pre-launch episode, your Chief Sprout Sweater, Dave Algeo shares some context for the show, explains a little (but not too much) about the concept of sweating the right sprouts and where the idea originated. Dave Algeo is a writer, coach, trainer and speaker empowering others to live big, by identifying the small but significant things that…
 
On today's episode, I talk to ​Leah Cameron, a television writer in Toronto. She is creator, director and co-writer of The Communist’s Daughter, a comedy series loosely based on her left-wing family in Toronto in 1989, now available on CBC Gem. This is episode 14 of Sweater Weather with Aaron Giovannone. Watch The Communist’s Daughter: https://gem.…
 
The Sprout Sweater Podcast is coming soon. Check out this short teaser to find out the important details so you don't miss an episode. Dave Algeo is a writer, coach, trainer and speaker empowering others to live big, by identifying the small but significant things that can transform the life we are living. Join Dave on the good ship 'Sprout Sweater…
 
Why do we need an honest portrayal of work and employment in literature? What is the point of poetry? How has postmodernism affected arts and education? Today we are visited by Tom Wayman, the author of more than 20 books of poetry and prose, as well as a professor emeritus at the University of Calgary. Today we talk about his collection of essays,…
 
This episode we’re visited by Radhika Desai, professor of political science at the University of Manitoba. She is the author and editor of several works on political economy, including Geopolitical Economy: After US Hegemony, Globalization and Empire (Pluto Press, 2013) as well as Revolutions: A Twenty-First Century Perspective, which was a special…
 
The early years after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War produced a new consensus among western elites that it was now a good thing to do business with China and develop cultural relations. A fascinating film from 1990 illustrates this moment of history, Bethune: The Making of A Hero, starring Donald Sutherland as Norman B…
 
Donate to the show: https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=7353597 This is part 2 of my discussion with Dr. Stephanie Ross, associate professor and director of the School of Labour Studies at McMaster University. She is author, co-author and co-editor of several works on Canadian labour and unions, including Building a Better World: An Introduction to …
 
This week I talk to Dr. Stephanie Ross, associate professor and director of the School of Labour Studies at McMaster University. She is author, co-author and co-editor of several works on Canadian labour and unions, including Building a Better World: An Introduction to the Labour Movement in Canada (Fernwood, 2015) and the book we primarily discuss…
 
In episode 8 of Sweater Weather, I talk to Ian McKay, professor of history at McMaster University and director of the L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History. He is the author and co-author of numerous books and articles about the Canadian left, including Reasoning Otherwise: Leftists and the People’s Enlightenment in Canada, 1890-1920, as well …
 
The boys from The Alberta Advantage—Clinton, Rory, Tyler—visit Sweater Weather to gab about the boys from the trailer park—Ricky, Julian and Bubbles. That’s right, we’re talking Trailer Park Boys! It's one of the best Canadian television shows ever, and one of the few to find an international audience. And while its heyday was 2001-2007, Trailer Pa…
 
Will the next federal election spell doom for the NDP, out maneuvered by the Conservatives for working-class voters? I talk to Steven C. High, professor of history at Concordia University and author of the recent article for Canadian Dimension, "Right-wing populism and the realignment of working-class politics in Canada." See the full interview her…
 
How has deindustrialization impacted the working class in Canada and around the world? In what ways is deindustrialization, a side effect of global capital constantly seeking cheaper labour, shaping the politics of our time? Will the next federal election spell doom for the NDP, out maneuvered by the Conservatives for working class voters? This wee…
 
It's 2021 and we're all spiritually hungover - so let's recap "The Homecoming Hangover" season 1 episode 7 of Pretty Little Liars. It's your favorite 2010s show about lies and mysteries - unless you prefer House, MD. Did someone die at homecoming? What happens when paper gets wet? Would a rich girl dare to be caught scooping melons?…
 
I’m delighted to talk to Sam Gindin, co-author of The Making of Global Capitalism (2012) a modern classic, as well as the more recent but no less essential The Socialist Challenge Today (2020) both co-written with his long-time friend and colleague Leo Panitch. From 1974-2000, Sam was the director of research at the Canadian Auto Workers union, now…
 
Legendary West Virginia Musician Todd Burge came by the podcast to for an amazing talk about cutting your own musical path. This is something he has done quite well being from the small town of Parkersburg, WV. Todd is a local West Virginia musical hero, being a founding member of the band 63 Eyes, as well as a having a solo career spanning over 30…
 
My pal Ronan Conroy stopped by for a live stream. Due to some technical difficulties I wasn't able to see the live chat, but it was still a great conversation about music and life! Ronan Conroy is a singer/songwriter based in Brooklyn NY. I play drums with him live and on recording. #drummer #singersongwriter #musicianlife Check out Ronan's work on…
 
Luke and Abe discuss the moms road trip, injury updates, the struggles of Nylander and Toews, and whether the Hawks should give Sikura another look. Music: "Blindsided" by Ferenc Hegedus Published by Lynne Publishing Licensed via NEO Sounds Ltd. Source: www.neosounds.com/songs/9116 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sweaterpod/support…
 
This episode's topics include Keith's and Stromes injuries, Tyler Sikura's new role with the Ice Hogs, Kane's point streak, and Robin Lehner's frustration with the media. Music: "Blindsided" by Ferenc Hegedus Published by Lynne Publishing Licensed via NEO Sounds Ltd. Source: www.neosounds.com/songs/9116 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/s…
 
Luke and Abe discuss the Hawks' losses to Carolina and Tampa, Babcock's unemployment, Kane's point streak, and Marian Hossa's possible 2020 induction to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Music: "Blindsided" by Ferenc Hegedus Published by Lynne Publishing Licensed via NEO Sounds Ltd. Source: www.neosounds.com/songs/9116 --- Support this podcast: https://anch…
 
Jennae Santos, AKA WSABI Fox stopped by the podcast, well actually I stopped by her place and we did it from there. Check out her site at https://wsabifox.com. This was a great episode and I really enjoyed our conversation. WSABI Fox makes amazing experimental music and visual performance art and is based in NYC. I first met Jennae back in 2013 whe…
 
My old friend Jeremy Powell stopped by to discuss all kinds of stuff like how NYC has changed since the early 2000s, surviving as a musician, staying in shape, movies and more! This one Jeremy was actually here in person. Check out his bandcamp page https://auterkeia.bandcamp.com/저자 demonicsweaterselectronicmusic@gmail.com
 
Kirby Dach makes his NHL debut, and update on the Blackhawks' goalie situation, and Dave Bolland is honored with One More Shift. Music: "Blindsided" by Ferenc Hegedus Published by Lynne Publishing Licensed via NEO Sounds Ltd. Source: www.neosounds.com/songs/9116 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sweaterpod/support…
 
Like and Abe recap the Hawks’ first few home games and then share some bold (and not so bold) predictions for this season. Music: "Blindsided" by Ferenc Hegedus Published by Lynne Publishing Licensed via NEO Sounds Ltd. Source: www.neosounds.com/songs/9116 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sweaterpod/support…
 
Episode #52 Justin Gracer stops by to talk about music and wherever the conversation goes. Justin is a multi-instrumentalist who makes music under the name Subtle People and is the frontman for the Miami band Machete. https://subtlepeople.bandcamp.com#indiemusic #podcast #demonicsweaters저자 demonicsweaterselectronicmusic@gmail.com
 
Episode 51 of the demonic sweaters podcast! For this episode I discuss the new Rambo film and the controversy surrounding it. I also talk about my OCD around cymbals, recording and tour stories. I also talk about Linux news, Richard Stallman, and answer viewer questions. This episode's featured artist is Ronan Conroy https://ronanconroy.bandcamp.co…
 
Luke and Abe recap the Blackhawks’ loss to the Flyers in their season opener in Prague. They also discuss Debrincat’s contract extension, Foley’s faux pas, Verteeg’s new title, and Dahlstrom being claimed off waivers. Music: "Blindsided" by Ferenc Hegedus Published by Lynne Publishing Licensed via NEO Sounds Ltd. Source: www.neosounds.com/songs/911…
 
Episode 50 of the DSP I talk about the Neewer 8 channel audio mixer, fretless basses, recent Mothman Sightings, Linux Watches and other stuff. Plus I play some music. Links mentioned: https://www.pcmag.com/news/370763/pin... https://www.mufon.com/ufo-news/nevada... https://anthillrecordings.bandcamp.com…
 
Tyler Zarzeka is a professional drummer whose credits include Charlie Puth, Kiiara, Noah Cyrus and is currently on the road with Taylor Grey! He is currently on the roster for Q drums, Zildjain, Remo, Roland, Vic Firth, etc. He's a very down to earth and awesome guy, and I really enjoyed our conversation. https://www.tylerzarzeka.com/ Opening music…
 
On this episode of the podcast I talked about Linux vs Windows + Mac OS, and my new studio plans and movie recommendations. Then I go on a rant about how amazing I think the Apollo missions are, and how I used to believe in the hoax, but now feel like an idiot. Music in this episode: Link to my latest 'In Depth' https://anthillrecordings.bandcamp.c…
 
Demonic Sweaters Podcast returns live this time with experimental musician and UFO enthusiast, Marcus H! This is going to be a really fun episode where we will talk about Music as well as UFOs, the passing of Stanton Friedman. We'll also be taking questions from the viewers in real-time! Check out Marcus at https://elmlodgerecordsuk.bandcamp.com…
 
Luke and Abe catch on some offseason Blackhawks news and recap their predictions from the beginning of the 2018-19 season. Music: "Blindsided" by Ferenc Hegedus Published by Lynne Publishing Licensed via NEO Sounds Ltd. Source: www.neosounds.com/songs/9116 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sweaterpod/support…
 
New podcast flow today! Plus I'll be revealing what LaserDisc I own :) Linux News, drum stuff, paranormal news, recommended album, and other stuff. This episode's featured music https://anthillrecordings.bandcamp.co...Chromebook lies about supporting Linux https://www.extremetech.com/computing...This week's recommended album - Interior ​https://www…
 
UFOs! Japan Airlines Flight 1628, astronauts who've seen UFOs, Tracktion, Linux Audio, Ebay and Avengers End Game + Between Worlds (Nick Cage) music on this episode, Justin Robert & Jeremy Powell Flourinescence http://testtube.monocromatica.com/releases/tube204.htm저자 demonicsweaterselectronicmusic@gmail.com
 
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