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March 4th, 2022

The Red Chuck Précis

(Weekly lyrics from Big Thief/Dried Roses)

 

Hi everyone.


I went out before work this morning and it was basically daylight. Spring is coming! I'm excited for gardening and running outside and sunshine!


Obviously, there's a lot to consider when it comes to what's happening in Europe right now, but I'm hardly the one to comment on it, other than to say, if you care, find a way to contribute. There are plenty of options here on the ol' Internet. Just check your sources.


Your entertainment is below. Enjoy! Take care!


-Justin


 

Made You A Mix

Weekly Virtual Mix Tape: March 4th, 2022



The Red Chuck Weekly Virtual Mix Tape playlists are a collection of ten songs I've been listening to this week, crossing genre, era, and taste. No themes, just the tunes I've been sticking in my ears lately.


Available on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, & YouTube.


Support those bands on Bandcamp or their websites by purchasing that music.



 

Made You A List

A collection of links & reads I've been sticking in my brain the past week.


Bandcamp is Joining Epic Games

Oof. As a longtime fan and proponent of Bandcamp, I sure hope this is a good thing and not the end of a wonderful thing.


It's Been A Minute Podcast: Trayvon, ten years later


The Problem With Jon Stewart Podcast: Jon Referees an Economist Battle

I've listened twice and still have a barely passable understanding of how this all works, besides the part where the folks with power and money continue to manipulate the system to keep and gain more power and money, at the cost to the rest of us.


The Happiness Lab Podcast: Burnout and How to Avoid It

Oooh, such a great listen! (Shout out to Jess for the rec)

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The Red Chuck Précis is a weekly blog including my recent thoughts, a virtual mix tape playlist (available on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, & YouTube), and a list links, reads, & other interesting things I've found from around the Web.