Gratitude - Snap #228
This week danger, danger, and some more danger. Danger to Self," Snap Judgment drops stories of people who are their own worst enemy. Push through the hallways of a psychiatric ward, obsess over a late night talk radio host and then get ready to run for your life.
It's an amazing world. It used to be that whatever life served you that's what you got. You didn't like your nose, skin, class or gender? Too damn bad. But times have changed and nothing is fixed. If you don't like what you see in the mirror, start anew. But are there limits? Are there boundaries, internal or external? How much can you really change and how much can you demand the universe change for you?
A man can only toil so long sitting at the same desk day after day. After a while, the itch comes--to expand, to learn, to leave on the long, proud highway. This week, stories of people taking trains, planes and automobiles to go--not for the destination, but for the journey.
This week, Snap Judgment hears “The Call” and learns what it feels like to know exactly what the universe wants from you, even if you don’t know how to do it...
On this episode of Snap Judgment we rely on the kindness of strangers to get us out of the mess we’re in. Get the podcast!
For some couples, it’s simply not enough to say, “I love you.” On this episode, we meet people who have tasted Cupid’s sting, and hear about decisions born from that surrender of the heart. Get the PODCAST!
This year, one person after another rocked an amazing tale on Snap Judgment. This week, we "Look Back" at the storytellers that made us see the world in a whole different way . . .
From PRX and NPR, Snap Judgment proudly presents, “The Look Back Episode.” Get the podcast!
Some will die for it. Or kill for it. Run away, mock, ridicule, and cry for it.
But if you want to live forever, you better get some "Fame." This week Snap struts down the red carpet, past the paparazzi, and straight to the VIP lounge. Stories about how to get famous, what it tastes like, and what happens after the fall.
The whole range of human experience isn't just catalogued in a library--it actually takes place inside. Roam the stacks with Snap Judgment, and we'll teach you to hypnotize your friends, jump start your career and stop fanatics from burning your books.