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Weekend Playlist Podcast

The Midnight Poutine Podcast: June 23-30, 2010

Posted by Luc / June 26, 2010

Sandman Viper CommandHowdy Folks. I hope you like ho-down themed podcasts! The Montreal JazzFest kicks off this week with loads of free events and concerts. Also be sure to check out CKUT"s Popolo in the Parc, a free concert this Saturday @ Parc Lahaie feature Sean Nicolas Savage, Pop Winds, etc. All you can decide is what to do with the podcast that is given to you.

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Here's your Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Alex Cuba - If you give me love
Marion B - En Rose
Mirah - Gone are the days
These United States - The Great Rivers
Chocolat - T'aurais voulu
The Peelies - Snake On A Man
Lake of the Stew - Sweet as Pie
Sandman Viper Command - Strawberry Quick
Billy's Band - Supermarket
Alex Cuba - Caballo

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11 Comments

Thomas / June 29, 2010 at 06:39 pm
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I listen to your podcasts at work and they're the best part of my day. Keep up the great work, you guys rock!
Gabby / June 30, 2010 at 12:11 pm
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Thomas, you rock!
Ressy / February 4, 2015 at 02:43 am
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What I hear you say here is you had a particular exeeniprce. And because of YOUR exeeniprce, you have certain feelings about the idea of fat acceptance. Your exeeniprce is valuable and absolutely how it worked for you. That doesn't mean it's how it works for other people. Your view of Fat Acceptance is skewed in a way that really bothers me personally. You're saying you have a lot of concern, based on your exeeniprces and how things worked for you. But it is not the same for everyone, at all. And just because someone is fat does not mean they're making bad life decisions nor that they are not fit.Fat Acceptance also is part of Health at Every Size. It means trying to take care of yourself without focusing on weight loss. To try to be active in ways that work for you and eat in an intuitive way without criminalizing food (because obsessing about forbidden things is a pretty crappy way to live your life). To try to make the best choices you can for you and your health.Also regarding actual health, there is a lot of CORRELATION between disease and obesity there is NOT a lot of CAUSATION. there *are* lots of articles that don't know the difference. For example a lot of articles correlate obesity and diabetes. Studies have shown that the same genetics that cause diabetes are also related to obesity, NOT that obesity causes diabetes. So fat and diabetes are often present together only b/c of genetic factors. And that's just the most common. Statistics can be tweaked to represent either side of the story. I keep this in mind whenever I read an article about any kind of health.I am pro exercise and pro eating in a healthful manner (whatever that means for you which, as I always remind people healthy means different things for different people). And you know, I do yoga, go to the gym (for the yoga, strengthtraining and cardio), walk 2-3 miles as part of my commute,regularly walk my dogs ~2miles am all into healthful eating and the vegetables. I also have plantaar fasciitis (which is a bitch) and exercise induced asthma (ditto). I love doing yoga I love how it feels and I love strength training and being strong and swimming I don't love the recumbent bikes at the gym, but I do love riding my bike (and it rains a lot here and gets dark early so sometimes it's the recumbent bike). OH MY GOD I am fat and I am OK with that AND I ENJOY exercise! I am into Fat Acceptance and I like and enjoy exercise and movement and in fact encourage others to do the same.I am fat. In fact I'm morbidly obese. My doctor asked me about my family history (genetics) tested my blood pressure my cholesterol etc and decided that since I have GREAT numbers all around and look just like my mom (one of the hardest working most active people i know), her dad and his sisters etc, I am in fact healthy.MY DOCTOR SAID I AM HEALTHY. Not, I think I am. Not, my friends say I am. My DOCTOR says I am. After a butt load of tests.Even if I lost weight (again, cuz I have, and it was a terrible exeeniprce in so many ways it would take me pages to detail) I would never be a small woman based on my build/genetics. I will never be a socially acceptable size and shape.I need to accept who I am the way I am and the way I will be. And I need to live my life not put my life on hold because the shape of my body isn't ok with other people.And regardless, it's no one's business but mine and my doctor's. And no one who looks at me in passing knows any of the stuff I've just told you. And they judge me. You know they do. So I am pro Fat Acceptance. I am pro the idea that I am ok as I am. That the fact that I am a full-time student, a part-time office assistant, a wife, a pet owner, a dedicated volunteer, a creative person, a caring person, a great hostess, a pretty decent yogi, an artist..etc etc is pretty fucking awesome, regardless of my size. My life is, just like everyone's is a work in progress and I can strive to be the best me I can be without caring about the size of my clothes or what other people think.And I don't want your worry or your concern. I want your respect and your friendship, cuz I think you're pretty keen. But you can keep your worry and your concern (which is utterly demeaning and condescending assuming that you know anything about any other person and their circumstances and what they want or need or their health just because they're fat).And I don't want to be seen as a future anything. I am me. Right now.Living my life.Your story? Is not my life. Nor is it anyone but yours.
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