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The road is an amazing thing. Drive long enough, and you can escape even yourself. Buckle up, as Snap Judgment crashes a ghost car, slams into a cotton field, and rides shotgun with the King of Turkey . . .
Be afraid. Be VERY afraid. Snap Judgment proudly presents, “Spooked II: Return of the Fallen.” Real stories about lost souls, and the horror they inflict on the living. Get the podcast!
Some people are born into it, others have a calling, still others, well, the world just gives them no choice. On the next Snap Judgment we proudly present, "G.I." Stories about the men and women who fight our wars.
She can leave you on top of the world one day - and bury you underneath it the next. And just when you need her the most, she's nowhere to be found. This week, Snap Judgment proudly presents, "Lady Luck."
Real stories about real people who decided they were sick and tired and weren’t going to take it anymore.
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Snap Judgment takes “Storytelling with a Beat” to the stage for our first ever LIVE show! No notes, no do-overs, no safety net--the nation’s best storytellers join host Glynn Washington and rock San Francisco’s Brava Theatre.
Hear the electrifying performances from your own front row seat (wherever you are) . . .
Snap Judgment: LIVE!
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.