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The Pushers show

The PushersJoin Now to Follow

The Pushers are a Norfolk, Virginia based sketch comedy group that prides itself on its edgy, cantankerous, loud, obnoxious, high energy, take-no-prisoners type of comic theatre. The Pushers are notorious for their handling of topics such as race, religion, and sexuality. And they offer no apologies for whom they might offend. They also tackle such topics as literature, cowboys, eggmen, theatre, terrorism, eating disorders, beastiality, transgenders, the handicapped, handjobs, Tom Cruise, cheese sandwiches, pop culture, Michael Jackson, Stephen Hawking, anal ease, the purple stuff, crayons, screech, the Navy, meatloaf, and french people all performed with a greasey comic tone and a splash of pure genius.

By The Pushers

GIRLS LIKE ME (VIDEO) show

GIRLS LIKE ME (VIDEO)Join Now to Follow

Check out this ten part series of original comedy sketches made exclusively for the web. Experience ten eccentric characters borne from the mind of writer/performer Morgan Brayton, including nervous neophyte exotic dancer Cherry Lipsmacker as she takes to the stage for the first time, middle-aged mom Button Bradley reflecting on her first Women’s Studies class, outrageous traffic cop Sgt. Tibble, and prepubescent Lizzie, who relays what she learned at school in her first sex education class

By wayoutwest.tv

adicolor show

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adidas creates a film series celebrating color, customization and personal expression. Each director was given a blank canvas to create a short film based on their emotional and creative response to a given color - Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Pink, Black or White. The seven directors are Roman Coppola & Andy Bruntel, Neill Blomkamp, PSYOP, TRONIC, Saiman Chow, Charlie White, and HAPPY.

By adicolor

filmwasters.com: podcast show

filmwasters.com: podcastJoin Now to Follow

An informal and slightly irreverent look at the world of creative, film-based photography brought to you by the creators of Filmwasters.com. Not all photographers are anoraks or obsessives, but a lot of them are high on fixer. If you've been missing film photographer and want to get back into it or if you've never tried it, but are curious, then this is the podcast for you.

By Filmwasters.com

The Wine Dude's Podcasts show

The Wine Dude's PodcastsJoin Now to Follow

The Winedude - Tasting as you go a podcast for those excited about wine tasting but too poor to be a snob....A No Rules approach to wine tasting that is quite informative & educational yet fun to wine tasters old & new.

By The Wine Dude

Radio America show

Radio AmericaJoin Now to Follow

Remember the good old Days, when we could just sit down and listen to a good ole' story, the days of glory and honor, come join us at the living room and listen to some fun times. How we could let our hair down and relax.

By Radioamerica

The Best Video Podcast show

The Best Video PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The Best Video Podcast is Superlative Web Rock Theatre, the world's premiere pan-genre artistic, cultural and political phenomenon. This video podcast is god-like, but mixed with pop culture and then digitized. Not subscribing to The Best immediately is like having the opportunity to be there when the wheel is invented but deciding to gather tubors instead. Don't subscribe to anything less than The Best!

By Anonymous Ensemble

Recover in Christ show

Recover in ChristJoin Now to Follow

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By recoverinchrist

Speaking in Tongues show

Speaking in TonguesJoin Now to Follow

Wit and wisdom shine through as John Safran and Father Bob Maguire tackle the issues of the day from a religious perspective.

By SBS Television

Technolotics Videos show

Technolotics VideosJoin Now to Follow

The video version of the podcast Technolotics. Technolotics is an irreverent look at technology, politics and the media; from a ragtag bunch of Irish students. We're a humorous show which discusses the latest technology and political developments reported online and in the mainstream media, endeavouring to frame them in greater depth (and with less effort at political 'neutrality') than other podcasts.

By Jason McCandless, Gareth Stack, Francis McGillicuddy