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School Sucks
Indoctrination + Regurgitation + Graduation ≠ An Education
Category: Education
Location: Manchester, New Hampshire
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My name is Brett and I have worked in education for the last ten years, in a variety of capacities. I am currently the Vice Pre...


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April 28, 2016 11:12 AM PDT
Isaac Morehouse is an entrepreneur, thinker, and communicator dedicated to the relentless pursuit of freedom, and an advocate of self-directed learning and living. He is the founder and CEO of Praxis, an intensive one-year program combining real-world business experience with personal coaching, professional development projects, and interdisciplinary education for those who want more than college. We discuss socialism, the entrepreneurial spirit, college, tutoring, conspiracy theories, the origins of schooling and more.
April 25, 2016 04:31 PM PDT
Back by popular demand! Stephanie Murphy and Brian Sovryn return to School Sucks for a free-form, extended discussion on the topic of conspiracy theories. This time our focus is on Hollywood, pop culture, film and the broader entertainment industry. DISCUSSION: -Maybe the environment is a little sick? -Disney's X-Rated Easter eggs? -Roland Emmerich - writer (The Day After Tomorrow, Godzilla, Stargate, Independence Day, 10,000 B.C., 2012) -Terry Rossio and Ted Elliot (National Treasure, The Road to El Dorado) -German Expressionism, with historical context -Fritz Lang and Metropolis (1927) -L. Frank Baum, Theosophy and the allegorical Wizard of Oz -Occult themes in Star Wars -Maybe the environment is a little sick? (revisited) Look Closer: Sovryn Tech Podcast - https://soundcloud.com/sovryntech Stephanie Murphy: Website - http://www.smvoice.info/ Brett's Notes - https://www.evernote.com/pub/brettveinotte/part2conspira-thonsse

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April 20, 2016 04:28 PM PDT
Brian Sovryn takes the lead in this discussion; his explanations of esoteric symbols are juxtaposed against the interpretations of several popular You Tube Hollywood/Illuminati amateur semioticians. DISCUSSION: - For whom are these symbols intended? - Do we have an innate respond to certain symbols? - Occult Symbols (All-Seeing Eye, phoenix rising, the pentagram, baphomet, fire, owls) - Masonic Symbols (the two pillars, square and compass, checkerboard floors, the number 13) - Mind-Control Symbols (broken mirrors, robots, monarch butterflies) - Much, much, much more; many great tangents Look Closer: Sovryn Tech Podcast - https://soundcloud.com/sovryntech Check out Stephanie and Brian on The Sex and Science Hour - https://zog.ninja Stephanie Murphy: Website - http://www.smvoice.info/ Brett's Notes - https://www.evernote.com/pub/brettveinotte/part2conspira-thonsse

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Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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April 13, 2016 01:09 PM PDT
This show might mess with you a little. Back by popular demand! Stephanie Murphy and Brian Sovryn return to the School Sucks studio for a free-form, extended discussion on the topic of conspiracy theories. This time our focus is on Hollywood, pop culture, film and the broader entertainment industry. OPENING COMPILATION: What was responsible for the dramatic changes Hollywood experienced in the late 1960s and early 1970s? Was it simply a shifting of industry standards and politics? Or was it...Satan? DISCUSSION: - The wood of the magical holly tree - What is the Illuminati? Does it control Hollywood? - A brief history of the Bavarian Illuminati: agenda, interactions with Freemasons, Jesuits and Rosicrucians - Proofs of A Conspiracy? John Robison and Abbé Barruel - Adam Weishaupt and the fracturing of the Order - Aleister Crowley and The Golden Dawn - What if the rabbit hole IS the destination? - The Ordo Templi Orientis - Sex Magick: the mysterious death of David Carradine - The occult origins of Scientology - Scientology and CIA mind control - Illuminati: the godlessness that wasn't there - Subliminal messages and predictive programming - Do symbols rule the world? Look Closer: Sovryn Tech Podcast - https://soundcloud.com/sovryntech Stephanie Murphy: Website - http://www.smvoice.info/ Brett's Notes - https://www.evernote.com/pub/brettveinotte/part1conspira-thonsse

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Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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April 11, 2016 09:00 PM PDT
Back by popular demand! Stephanie Murphy and Brian Sovryn return to the School Sucks studio for a free-form, extended discussion on the topic of conspiracy theories. This time our focus is on Hollywood, pop culture, film and the broader entertainment industry. In this first installment, we set the stage. - The five types of conspiracy theories - How Jewish immigrants invented the American Dream - Modern suspicions seem to grow out of observations of strange behavior from people in Hollywood;there is no empathy - Historical suspicions seem to grow out of cultural conservative or vigilant Christian concerns - Names given to the general suspicion directed at Hollywood and film over the last 120 years - "Godless" - Hollywood through a Christian lens - Walt Disney fights Communism, or so he convinces himself - After the House Un-American Activities Committee, who really controls Hollywood? Look Closer: Sovryn Tech Podcast - https://soundcloud.com/sovryntech Stephanie Murphy: Website - http://www.smvoice.info/ Brett's Notes - https://www.evernote.com/pub/brettveinotte/part1conspira-thonsse

Please Support School Sucks

Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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March 31, 2016 04:42 PM PDT
#SSPCreate In a continuation of the previous show, Nick Hazelton interviews Brett about this month's creativity theme, and asks some thought-provoking questions about The School Sucks Project. Nick is a self-educating seventeen-year-old and he runs the Anarcho-Yakitalist Podcast. Please check out this video:

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Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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March 31, 2016 11:32 AM PDT
#SSPCreate Nick Hazelton interviews Brett about this month's creativity theme, and asks some thought-provoking questions about The School Sucks Project. Nick is a self-educating seventeen-year-old and he runs the Anarcho-Yakitalist Podcast. Please check out this video:

Please Support School Sucks

Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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March 29, 2016 08:08 AM PDT
#SSPCreate Benny Wills is the co-creator of Joy Camp - a truly brilliant satirical and sketch comedy You Tube ensemble. He joins our "Creative Pursuit" conversation to discuss his background, the value of college, the future of Joy Camp, his influences and inspirations, the power of humor in delivering information, the collaborative process and video production. WEB: thejoycamp.com/ YOU TUBE: thejoycamp TWITTER: twitter.com/TheJoyCamp Video Highlights Full Video Part One Full Video Part Two

Please Support School Sucks

Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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March 24, 2016 04:03 PM PDT
#SSPCreate Finally...David Allen - the author of Getting Things Done Discussed: - the new version of the book has some new language for GTD's 5 steps - criticism - GTD is not ideal for creatives? - flexibility of GTD - "freedom to make a creative mess" - how GTD encourages focus, creating space in life and in mind - "appropriate engagement" - turning up creative awareness, when you're not present you miss opportunities - the natural planning model - it's not usually externally imposed chaos that GTD has helped me with... the mind doesn't seem to know how to balance ideas - sudden imaginative aspiration can suddenly seem to overpower something that has be done in 2 hours - systematizing creativity - GTD is extremely supportive of the creative pursuit because of one of the key principles: "your mind is for having ideas and not for holding them" - cognitive science is backing that statement up more and more - The Accidental Creative: developing sustainable creativity - split creative processes from organizational ones - tools for creatives - version of GTD I read was before Evernote - how the system happens in the background - thoroughness of the weekly review Bumper Music: Tycho - "Dictaphone's Lament" Widespread Panic - "Picking Up the Pieces" Look Closer: Getting Things Done (book) GettingThingsDone.com David Allen - Wikipedia GTD + Evernote School Sucks Series: Presence & Productivity

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Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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March 23, 2016 05:52 AM PDT
#SSPCreate Jonathan Milligan is a former teacher turned online entrepreneur. He joins me to discuss how to best direct creative energies from both big-picture and daily routine perspectives - money buys time - throughout most of history, many new ideas had nowhere to go - the importance of having an "opportunity filter" - lifestyle, impact, financial Freedom, effort - "The One Thing" - do creative work first - work for yourself first - collaboration - Evernote Bumper Music: The Arcade Fire - Wake Up Look Closer: JonathanMilligan.com/ bloggingyourpassion.com/ Jonathan's Online University for Bloggers

Please Support School Sucks

Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...
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