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Snap Judgment attacks the most powerful enemy in the history of modern civilization. That’s right, we’re taking on “The Man. “
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Glynn Washington has never committed a crime, but that hasn’t stopped them from slapping the cuffs on several times. Clack clack, hands behind the back. So as a public service, we at Snap Judgment proudly bring you the Busted episode, because whether you did it or not, nobody likes to get caught.
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Snap Judgment proudly presents “Tricksy.” White lies, cold-blooded deceptions and whoppers. Some lies you tell to others, but most folks save the best ones for themselves. Listen now, or get the podcast!
In this technological era, you can live a full life without ever looking away from your computer screen. Talk to friends, read a book, order your groceries, diagnose your abdominal pains . . . all in a world made of zeroes and ones. And if you know the language -- if you’re a hacker -- then this brave new world is yours for the taking.
Before the universe knocks you upside the head, it usually gives you a sign. This week, Snap Judgment follows people who pay heed to those signs . . . or don't.
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When you’re searching for something really important, it’s hard to know if it’s “out there” or lurking deep inside. The quest can be everything. On this episode we explore stories of people who dig deep, and put everything on the line.
We've all got those stories that we tell ourselves to get by. Sometimes they're rooted in truth, other times...not so much. This week, Snap Judgment examines inner storytelling and how we use it to make sense of the world around us.
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Snap Judgment proudly ends Season One with a look back on the stories that got us here and the people who made it happen.
Your brain doesn't quite know what's going on. But your body knows that something's up. Your breathing gets shallow, your palms start to sweat. Do you run--or watch things play out? In this episode, Snap Judgment does both. Check out our audio. Then watch a short video of Douglas Leach's story as he follows a trail of Polaroids in a short film we call "Somebody's Punk."