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In this week's edition of Satire is Not Dead, host Harvey Gotte reads a horror story by Ray Bradbury. Fair warning: this story is one of the most disturbing short stories that few people have read. However, the author captures the spirit and atmosphere of the Halloween season through his vivid descriptions of the season.The post Halloween Special reading of The October Game | SIND #28 first appeared on Cinescape Media.
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In this week's edition of Satire is Not Dead, host Harvey Gotte recounts in a two part series his medical ordeal that, in keeping with the October theme, borders on the surreal. Join Harvey as he recounts an unforgettable, multi-faceted experience that would influence the reshaping of his and his family's life.The post Title: Life is Stranger and More Horrifying Than Fiction | SIND #27.1 first appeared on Cinescape Media.
For the first time on Satire Is Not Dead, Harvey has as his guest Jay Miles, Co-host of the podcast Vanishing Gates. Harvey and Jay touch on various topics including how they came to know each other, the R Kelley conviction, video games and various other topics. The program is very informal and follows a free-association format.The post Random Talk With Jay Miles | SIND #26 first appeared on Cinescape Media.
This podcast Harvey discusses the ongoing hurricane season becoming all too similar to last season’s. Also a matter of discussion is further changes coming down the line and a future collaboration in the works.The post Hurricanes and Gaming Music | SIND #25 first appeared on Cinescape Media.
This podcast Harvey discusses major life changes and how it all transpired that has affected his schedule as well as prefacing his next podcast and what the content will be about.The post Where Have I Been And Where Am I Going? | SIND #24 first appeared on Cinescape Media.
Harvey returns to discuss a wide variety of subjects to get caught up after an extended hiatus. His topics include the cancel culture, the woke movement and how it is putting children potentially in harm's way. Harvey also the state of affairs in the country and where he thinks it is heading.The post Back At It! | SIND #22 first appeared on Cinescape Media.
This week on Satire Is Not Dead in his first segment Harvey talks about moving away from political talk and returning to what he intended for Satire is Not Dead to be, the mad week he experienced before the Christmas holiday and gets into a news piece from years ago that leads to his mention of the old radio comedy program The Opie & Anthony Show.
In his second segment Harvey showcases some of the content of The Opie & Anth...
This week on Satire Is Not Dead Harvey relives a segment from when he was on a different network but the segment is a goodie from his meager beginnings. The segment begins abruptly but soon enough the tone of the piece becomes clear. Harvey actually wrote this piece and maintains sole creative ownership of this bit. Please enjoy and rejoin Satire Is Not Dead next week.
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After returning from a holiday break, Harvey puts out an explicit yet poignant podcast to get the message of our dire times across to listeners.
This week Harvey discusses the ongoing election crisis, the Covid situation and what we can possibly expect in the near future.
He then features an audio clip of a young voter that is at his breaking point with the current gaggle of Republican politicians.The post We Are Back! | SIND #18 ...
This week Harvey discusses the 2020 presidential election. He discusses in great detail what is already happening as a result of the presidential election and explains how it's going to continue to progress. He also goes on to discuss a dangerous economic trend that is going to continue by comparing it to a past presidential election in which the same pattern took place.The post It’s Already Happening | SIND #17 first appeared...
I am very excited to bring you the Halloween special edition of Satire is Not Dead. What I'm going to do today is bring you a real crime story that was a very fascinating case that I grew up witnessing and I'm calling this podcast Real-Life Monster in a Small Town. It was a mass murder that took place in the small town of Lake Arthur Louisiana in 1983. It was really a beautiful old town. One of the things that I really ...
Harvey provides a teaser for his podcast next week that will feature, in the spirit of Halloween, a real-life monster that committed a heinous mass killing in the early eighties in a small neighbouring town to his hometown. Join Harvey on Wednesday, October 28 for the Halloween edition of Satire is Not Dead for the complete details.
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Harvey puts on a shorter-than-usual podcast as he prepares to deal with yet another major storm moving into the Gulf of Mexico. This week Harvey discusses the fact that the American politicians in office have been in place for way too long and points out a few of the top-tier politicians that are starting to look a little worse-for-wear and he compares them to ghouls, showcasing their outstanding characteristics that make them appe...
Harvey gives his final monologue on the aftermath of Hurricane Laura describing his experience coming home to a dark neighborhood each morning to prepare to go to work coupled with the responsibility of gun ownership and responsibility due to looters in a nearby community killing unsuspecting home owners.
Harvey then describes a fond albeit inappropriate memory from 15 years ago in the aftermath of Hurricane Rita in the same region...
Satire is Not Dead returns after a devastating natural disaster in the Gulf Coast region. Hope you enjoy it!
This week Harvey describes his experience of evacuating the area of Southwest Louisiana and how people behaved both before and after the storm. He gives his account of some really good people in the world and some not-so-great people.
Also Harvey gives his opinion on the current political landscape and how it has become a t...
This week Harvey gives an update on what’s happening with Satire Is Not Dead and the current natural disaster that could potentially affect the podcast.
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.