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Tags: 19th century, 20th Century, alcohol, Boston, boxing, celebrities, John L. Sullivan, olympics, sports, st. louis
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Greetings from Brazil! Hi, my name is Rodrigo and I am your new loyal listener! Congratulations and thank you for such a great content!
My friend asked what Apps she should for her new and 1st iPhone, so I said Podcasts. As soon as that was done I subscribed her to a The Memory Palace.
She has been a history teacher for 12 years and has been powerfully shaped by the example of Howard Zinn, particularly his belief in the power of the primary source document.
It was through her and a friend that I found Zinn, it it was listening to Audiobooks by Zinn that got me ready for your wonderful podcast.
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I know that sometimes you package episodes together. Shadowboxing seems like the Omega with your history of Stanley Clifford Weyman (episode 30) operating as Alpha. These are neither model nor shameful lives. They are lives that were lived. Each had a cost, maybe even a terrible cost but I doubt either man would have seen it that way. I gave Wayman the Alpha because he was the sunrise, everyday another opportunity. And if you listened to Shaddowboxing you probably understand why it is the Omego, the darkness of night the inevitable setting of a once bright sun.
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