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Seth Godin’s Startup School: Advertising and Competitors

Seth answers questions from the group regarding advertising on this week’s episode of Seth Godin’s Startup School. Seth discusses false objection, dealing with competitors in the marketplace, and taking the marshmallow.

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Love, Dad: Speech Therapy

Earwolf Studios’ own Frank Serrano takes on co-hosting duties to share all kinds of stories about his family on today’s Love, Dad! Frank talks about getting through the rough patch of his baby daughter’s open heart surgery, the immediate changes during her recovery process, and how he coped with the whole situation as a father. Frank also tells us about noticing early signs of his 3 year-old daughter’s speech impediment, her improvement with the help of speech therapy, and the difficult process of enrolling her into school.

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Seth Godin’s Startup School: Appealing to Consumers

Figure out if you’re selling a product that will appeal to early adopters, people who need it, or the masses on today’s episode of Seth Godin’s Startup School. This week Seth explains how Google makes millions through clickable ads, discusses the difference between making something cool versus making something that works, and talks about how a Thai place in Queens became one of the best run restaurants in New York.

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Love, Dad: Balancing Time

Singer-songwriter, fellow podcaster, and father Grant-Lee Phillips takes a break from interviewing musicians on Shortwave to assist Jeff as a co-host on today’s Love, Dad! Jeff discusses feeling disconnected to his daughter, having difficulty factoring in some time for his health, and ways to pare down anxiety. Grant-Lee talks about transitioning his daughter from co-sleeping to her own bedroom, his biggest fear as a dad, not trusting the Supernanny, and giving his daughter a bit of positive reinforcement by experimenting with potty presents. Plus, we hear Grant-Lee’s song to his daughter entitled “Violet.”

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Love, Dad: Sports

The grizzled veteran and rookie father welcome actor/writer/father Jerry Collins to his very first podcast on this week’s Love, Dad! Jerry tells us about being involved with his son’s love for sports, how he deals with dads who live through their kids, and gives us his take on the anti-competitive structure of children’s sports. Plus, Dave & Jeff talk to Jerry about play-dates, children’s health, and nutrition.

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Yo, Is This Racist?: Nice White People Doing Hip-Hop Covers

Yo, what up race cars! Today’s guest Howard Kremer joins Andrew Ti to determine if “nice” white people doing hip-hop covers is racist. We also discuss why white people using the words ninja and nilla is straight up wack. Call in at 323-389-7223 if you’d like to potentially hear your own voice on some weird voicemail.

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Love, Dad: Divorced Dads

Today we welcome our very first guest, actor and fellow dad Ethan Embry to the show to talk about being a divorced dad. Ethan describes his relationship with his ex-wife, tells us about having the intentions of being the best father, and explains why it’s better to face an issue with a clear head. He also shares how his son made him into a baseball fan, explains the meaning behind his middle name, and tells us about his recent encounter with a skunk. Plus, Jeff shares a story about feeling old at a Wilco concert.

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Yo, Is This Racist?: Wild Food for Urban People

Yo, what up race cars and race debaters! Howard Kremer is in studio today to help us answer if a Farmers Market sign that reads “Wild Food For Urban People” is racist. We also discuss the use of the word urban in mainstream media. Ask us a question by calling 323-389-7223 just don’t be racist about it.

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Yo, Is This Racist?: White People Using The N-Word

Yo, what up race cars! Today we are joined by Howard Kremer to discuss if white people using the N-word is racist. Call 323-389-7223 and leave us a voicemail if you want to ask us if something is racist. No robots please.

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New Earwolf Podcast: Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?, hosted by Andrew Ti, creator of the popular blog of the same name, is a daily podcast (Mondays through Fridays) where Ti and his guests answer questions from fan-submitted voicemails and emails about whether or not something is, in fact, racist or not.

Premiere episode: Join Andrew Ti as he answers one of your questions every day about whether something is racist. Spoiler Alert: It almost always is totally racist. Howard Kremer joins us today to figure out if calling black sprinkles on ice cream “jimmies” is racist. Call 323-389-7223 and leave us a voicemail if you want to ask us if something is racist.