THE TAROTBULL PODCAST
The Tarotbull podcast is a conversation between two friends about tarot cards. Every week co-hosts Brandon and Ashley look at two different cards, one Major Arcana, and one Minor Arcana card. They discuss initial thoughts, symbology, historical significance and color interpretation depicted in the image of the card before moving on to how the card would be interpreted in various types of readings. This duo has also delved into the significance of numerology, discussing personality traits associated with various numbers and how they tie into the cards themselves. Not sticking to only one interpretation, they finish each episode looking at the same cards depicted in a different deck. The name on the card might be the same, or similar, but the image can invoke different thoughts and feelings for the reader. Brandon and Ashley met about ten years ago in Connecticut. Through a series of events, they have reconnected ten years later and started talking about the tarot. Brandon came up with the brilliant idea to start a podcast where both of the hosts can explore various cards together while at the same time traversing their own individual tarot and life journeys. The pair often bring up the concept of balance in the yin and the yang and they are a great reflection of this. Ashley seems to provide the emotional, intuitive, feminine energy while saying hilarious one-liners. Brandon provides the stoic, insightful, realist approach to the cards and wants to constantly bring up the Lord of the Rings trilogy despite knowing Ashley is totally clueless. Their funny, yet insightful, banter provides the perfect backdrop for the sometimes serious topics of love, loss, and life.
COME AT ME BREW
We're three friends who wanted an excuse to hang out more and drink beers. Every week we're going to review a few beers, make some bad attempts at humor, and talk about what's going on in our beer world. We hope you listen, laugh, and learn something as we go through this beer excursion together.
Chris Sims and Matt Wilson love movies. The kinds you would pick up on VHS on a Friday afternoon and have to watch that weekend, no matter how terrible it was. They also love to hate them. Movie Fighters is a celebration of that. Each episode, they watch a movie, recap it, and try to make sense of it. They often don't.
BEST FRIENDS' PLAYBOOK
With 27 years of friendship between them, these childhood BFFs discuss the greatest fictional and real life friendships. So pour yourself a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and make that popcorn! Let’s geek out over our favorite friendship duos. Follow us on the socials: https://www.facebook.com/bestfriendsplaybook/ https://www.instagram.com/bestfriendsplaybook/ https://twitter.com/BestPlaybook