This episode asks you, the listener, to look inward and really, truly ask yourself if you know what consulting is. If the answer is "yes", this episode asks you to take that definition and toss it into the garbage because it is wrong. With the help of Sarah Hagi, the boys find the truth about consulting, the type of BF's that come with the field, and how much the show Billions means to the consulting community. In fact, this whole episode is dedicated to that beautiful, vibrant community.
Make My Day Episode 73: Fluids Are Drama with Natalie Walker and Sarah Hagi
Make My Day with Josh Gondelman
Natalie Walker and Sarah Hagi (Search Party, Gawker) compete to cheer Josh up. During a game of Know More Drama, Natalie and Sarah answer questions about...drama! They then donate their winnings to the Lilith Fund and Fort York Food Bank. Plus, pep talks for Jennifer Hudson and people who are here to make friends.Buy tickets to Natalie's upcoming NYC shows: https://54below.com/events/bonnie-milligan-and-natalie-walker-celebrate-fifty-years-of-friendship/Read Sarah in Gawker: https://www.gawker.com/profile/sarah-hagi-1911902Donate to the Lilith Fund: https://www.lilithfund.org/donateDonate to Fort York Food Bank: https://fyfb.com/donate/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ted Kaczynski could have done great things. He was the son of a Chicago sausage maker, he played trombone, and he was super good at math. But at some point he lost his way, became radicalized, and started mailing bombs all over the darn place. This week, writer Sarah Hagi joins Chris, James and Michael to examine the incredibly stupid life of The Unabomber. Enjoy! Support Evil Men on Patreon for exclusive monthly bonus episodes, including SPECIAL EXCLUSIVE MATERIAL. Follow Evil Men on Twitter and Instagram. And rate and review us wherever possible! Brought to you By: The Sonar Network
Tawny and Andrew catch up with friend of the show Sarah Hagi. They discuss COVID-19 protocols in Canada, the murder of a Muslim family in Ontario, and being asked to write about Muslim hate crimes. They also answer listen questions about having second thoughts supporting musicians and non-white Trump supporters. Leave a voicemail with your questions at 323-389-RACE and subscribe to Tawny and Andrew's bonus podcasts at suboptimalpods.com!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew and Tawny talk to each other about passing the time in the quarantine and then they talk to writer Sarah Hagi! They talk about making friends with people of color, using the word “woke” and more! Stay safe out there and call in if you have a racism question: 323-389-RACE.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"Put on normal clothes, remember to stretch... That doesn't help. You're still in the prison of your own mind." Support CANADALAND: https://canadaland.com/joinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Black Women's History Day (w/ Naomi Ekperigin, Laci Mosley, Sarah Hagi & Kara Brown)
Yo, Is This Racist?
It's our very own special Black Women's History Day episode! No headlines. No voicemails. Just Prosecco, pastry and tea with Andrew, Tawny, Naomi Ekperigin (Couples Therapy), Laci Mosley (Florida Girls, Scam Goddess), Sarah Hagi (Vice) and Kara Brown (She-Hulk, Keep It). We get into everything-- from Britney Spears to Canada to The Royal Family to dealing with white people in the wild. Enjoy this bonus episode and we'll see you next Wednesday!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sarah Hagi, writer and queen of Twitter @geeklylonglegs, comes to the Cavern of Secrets to talk about the Garfield restaurant, the Blackest cartoons and how to have fun (again) as a writer. “It was intended to be a joke piece where I was like, yeah, Bugs Bunny is black.” Our favourite moments: “In a lot of ways, editors only hit me up when it’s like ‘ooh, we need a little spice here’ which is annoying.” [9:55] The thing about when you make something your brand. And I don’t know how it happened but I associated myself with Garfield but it happened somehow. And to this day, people are always sending me something to do with Garfield. Like, people who do not know me. And it feels great But again, I’m like, “Oh no is this why I’m single?” [10:50] “I was walking down Bloor with my friend and I was really sad and crying, then I was like “What’s Garfield doing on that storefront?” [11:59] “I spent my whole life thinking, “Julia Stiles? She’s got RHYTHM. Only to realize now that she cannot dance” [21:37] “I didn’t go to my prom. I went to Dairy Queen.” [23:51] CREDITS: Cavern of Secrets is hosted by Lauren Mitchell. Produced by Ellen Payne Smith & Katie Jensen, with assistance from Vicky Mochama and Sarah Daniel.
YOU get a podcast episode and YOU get a podcast episode and YOU get a severe talking to because Oprah wasn’t all fun and games. Writer Sarah Hagi joins us to talk about the wonder of Oprah. We talked a lot in particular about the Tom Cruise episode because how could we not? We had a good time. Follow Sarah Hagi on Twitter @geekylonglegs. Alan is @alan_maguire. Sarah is @griffski. Sarah's new novel Other Words For Smoke is out now. Juvenalia is on all of the social medias, if you search for Juvenalia, you'll find us. Juvenalia original artwork by Dee McDonnell This episode was produced by Tall Tales @Tall_Tales_Podcasts. Also we have a Patreon! We have good rewards! It’s patreon.com/juvenalia
Every so often, a podcast spawns magic. And frankly, magic is the only word to describe writer Sarah Hagi's obsession with Garfield fan art, a strange, confusing, disturbing, and bananas thing that is much bigger than Anne could possibly be ready for. Join them both as they delve into a world so many of us had no idea existed or wanted to go to. And don't be surprised if your relationship with the cartoon cat changes forever. You can follow Sarah on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.