Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

The Billy Dees podcast is a commentary and interview based show. Topics include current events, pop culture, and societal issues.

Episodes

September 8, 2021 46 min
This podcast is a discussion about the anniversary of the 911 attacks. The hosts discuss their memories of the day and some of the conspiracy theories that followed. This episode was recorded live as part of a Twitter Live streaming event at 8:00 PM EST on Monday September 7, 2021.
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There is a big difference from winning a war and nation building. If it is war, get in and get out. If it is nation building, be prepared for a very long commitment.

This commentary episode is audio only.
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“My Pineapples Went to Houston
Finding the Humor in My Dashed Hopes,
Broken Dreams and Plans Gone Outrageously Awry”
(Second Edition with New Material Added)

Lee Gaitan is a multi-award-winning author of three books. Her work has been featured on The Huffington Post, Yahoo News, Erma Bombeck Humor Writers’ Workshop, The Good Men Project, Mothers Always Write and Bella Grace.

The story that resonates in My Pineapples Went to Houston, is...
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Live podcast with Billy Dees and Jack Casey. Listen in to the conversation about the Olympics,
masks, and the Cleveland Guardians.
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Our guest on this episode of the podcast is Dave Jaffe. During this interview Dave talks about his style of humor, his love of dogs, and offers up some writing tips for aspiring writers.

Dave Jaffe is a writer, columnist, former Chicago reporter, and humorist who has written for online media, print, television, and radio. Dave’s work has appeared in an assortment of outlets, including HumorOutcasts, HuffPost, National Public Radio,...
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Our guest on the podcast is CurvyReaper from TikTok. Curvy is an advocate for survivors of domestic violence and during this interview she talks about some of the misconceptions some people have about getting trapped in the cycle of domestic abuse. She also fights the stigma about men who may find themselves in an abusive or manipulative relationship. Curvy also discusses a number of different topics during the interview and her ce...
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This episode is a commentary about three things to consider concerning the concept of "wokeness." This opinion piece is not pro or con regarding being "woke," but rather just discusses several talking points involving the matter as part of the wider discussion.
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Recorded live June 15, 2021 this episode is with Billy Dees and guest cohost, Jack Casey. The discussion covers topics such as the Mandela Effect, false memories, and recent UFO information.
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This episode contains material that may be triggering for survivors.

On May 9, 2021 a 13 year old girl was horrifically stabbed to death. After her body was discovered and a suspect was apprehended, what followed on social media was a sad commentary about our times.

Related Links:

https://www.cnn.com/2021/05/29/us/florida-teen-stabbing-first-degree-murder-charge/index.html

https://people.com/crime/tristyn-bailey-case-suspect-pleads-n...
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Billy Dees and Jack Casey talk about relaxed pandemic restrictions, masks, and new UFO interest as more videos are being released. Recorded live 8:00 PM EST June 1st, 2021.
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This episode is a commentary about Memorial Day, what it means to the host, and his opinion about what the general guidelines should be for when those who serve are called into action.
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May 13, 2021 19 min
This episode is a commentary about the notion that some people may be born evil from the start. What is your opinion? This topic always makes for an interesting conversation. One of the key elements in breaking down this subject is the debate between nature versus nurture. Elements of science, philosophy, and religion are often thrown into the mix of talking points. Billy Dees tries to explore the topic in a way that might stimulat...
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This episode is a commentary about the low ratings of this year’s Academy Award Show which mirrors a trend for nearly all award shows during the past several years. Many critics have pointed their finger at politics rearing its head at these shows as to blame. This may very well be a part of the problem. However, other changes in the media landscape and the Covid19 pandemic are throwing the film industry into a new era.
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This episode may contain triggers for survivors.

Smitha Gunturi is a women’s advocate who helps others get through the adverse effects of their lives. Being a single mom working in IT and the corporate world for the last 18 years, she hopes to provide insight and bring new light to conversations around other's journeys with lessons she's learned. Thus, she started The Journey Podcast, guesting similar walks of life to her ow...
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This episode is a discussion with Gillian who lives in Canada, has Guillain Barre Syndrome, and is the proud mama of two Greyhound dogs. She also is active on TikTok and tries to spread positivity as well as awareness about her recovery. Gillian's screen name on TikTok is @gee__gilly.
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When is a coincidence just a coincidence? That is the subject of this episode’s commentary with Billy Dees. Sooner or later, similar elements are bound to converge. Are these occurrences really always noteworthy beyond chance?
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How Addicted to Our Phones Are We? This episode discusses some of the positive and negative facets of social media, and the state of always being connected on our phones. The guest cohost is Julie Anderson. The episode was recorded live April 12, 2021. You can find Julie on TikTok at julieanderson426.
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April 4, 2021 28 min
This is a commentary episode talking about the traits that encompass a genuine person. What makes a person real? What sets them apart? Are you a real person?
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Our guest on this episode is award-winning horror writer, Ken Stark. According to Ken’s Twitter bio he is a questionable painter, unapologetic nerd, and committed beer enthusiast. Ken Stark’s books are available on Amazon and include the titles, “Arcadia Falls,” the “Stage 3” series, and “Jitters.”

During this episode Ken shares many of his insights into writing, the importance of
relatable characters, and what makes a good scary st...
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This episode is a talk show with Billy Dees and guest cohost Jack Casey. Bill and Jack discuss Harry and Meghan, Mars, cancel culture, and student debt.
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