Lives up to the highest of bars already set by Michael Barbs.
And I know that it’s not a Barbs (I’m assuming that’s what everyone who knows him calls him (why wouldn’t they?)) podcast per se, but seeing as he’s set the podcasting genre’s bar so high at the Times, any submission P.B. (Post Barbs) can’t be any geek off the street, if you know what I mean. The caliphate is sinceriously, ridiculously good. A perspective and insight that nobody has ever bore witness too outside of Isis till now. Rukmini Callimachi got the interview of her career, and I for one am very grateful that she and The NY Times are presenting it to us in this fashion. Homeboy is fascinating (I’m up to episode 4) and I look forward to knowing what happens/happened to him, as he clearly can’t just disappear back into society after being the focus of this podcast. Or can he? Nawwwww....not possible. Anyway, thanks NY Times. Great podcast, and a nice break from your normal routine of laying bare the ‘real news’ about our mind numbingly incompetent President. Not enough ‘Stars’ available to give to give to you for your work.
BallsBuccigrass via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/04/18
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The first episode became available to NYT subscribers. It’s brilliantly told, I can’t wait to hear more.
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It was released to people who have a NYT subscription
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