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Descend on chaos and uncertainty. Wonderful. Terrible. Irreverent. Irrelevant. Whatever it turns into, it’ll turn into something. This Is Going Well, I Think. The show oscillates between frenzied comedy and confession-booth sincerity, blurring the lines between his personal relationships and on-air ones in a way both intimate and (arguably) intrusive. Think Car Talk, but not helpful at all. New episodes five days a week. No promises. This show is a nightmare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/p ...
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Pastor David Cooper

Pastor David Cooper

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Pastor David Cooper’s personal life mission is to give people hope in Christ. Using his gift for sharing God's Word in a down-to-earth way, he helps people understand, apply, and live out biblical principles. He serves as Lead Pastor of the 11,000-member Mount Paran Church in Atlanta, GA. Learn more at http://MountParan.com
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Shirking his duty to go over the offbeat news of the day, David calls producer Dani to go over ten subtle ways to tell if someone dislikes you. Then, science communicator at the department of physics at University of Guelph, professor Orbax talks about lava tubes and bases on the moon and an icy and newly discovered planet. After that it's Proverbi…
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Because of a slow news day, David calls producer Dani to go over eight morning habits of unsuccessful people. After that, it's tardy therapist Gary Direnfeld for Therapy Thursdays on a Wednesday. David shares the concept of a "bank account of goodwill," and Gary talks about yelling. Richard Binzel, a professor of planetary science at MIT, educates …
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David's top stories: Brawl at the gynecologist office; The US national anthem, drunk; and Planet Stank. Then, Triin Randloo joins David to discuss her dating website SizeHim.com – which takes in a picture of a man's privates and predicts his size and shape. Foreign correspondent Tony Five and David try out SizeHim, and talk about how your super pow…
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David's top stories: Space urine to space water; Etsy bans sex toys; and The curious case of hugging robbers. Music publicist and commentator Eric Alper discusses a K-pop AI experiment and the future of artificial intelligence in music. Licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist Chase Cassine goes over functional freeze. (Check out Chase's…
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Foreign correspondent Tony Five takes over the show. Tony's top stories: Mom's on mushrooms; and Dog-to-human communication with AI. After that, Stéphane Deschênes, the first Canadian President of the International Federation of Naturists discusses International Skinny Dip Day and shares his nude beach etiquette tips. Then, it's psychotherapist Jou…
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David's top stories: Nudists tackle pirate; Man stopped with 104 snakes in his pants; and British police dislike TV show named Piglets. Then, it's Conspiracy Corner with cultural history professor Nathan Radke. (Check out Nathan's podcast The Uncover Up Conspiracy Cast.) David and Nathan touch upon the bizarre Havana Syndrome. After that, It's Time…
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David's back from vacation with top stories: Spanish man takes six years off work unnoticed; and Mom steals candy from juvey. Then, it's The Science Appliance with Dan Riskin. Dan tells David how ants amputate their nest-mates, about a man getting stung by a bea in the eyeball, that high ceilings make bad students, and about "The Puppy Blues." Afte…
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David's top stories: A jailhouse animal farm; and a unique "poo"-zeum. Then, It's Time for Technology Time with Carmi Levy. Carmi discusses another man arrested for shooting down a Drone and deorbiting the International Space Station. Foreign correspondent Tony Five and David go over how difficult being an adult is, and the class differences betwee…
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David's top stories: Florida man shoots drone; AI chatbot lies, says it's human; and UFO spotted above Red Rocks. Dermatologist Dr. Nkem Ugonabo gives us the info on whole-body deodorant and answers other dermatological questions. Comedian Natalie Norman and David go over topic: Asking for what you want. Foreign correspondent Tony Five talks about …
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David and foreign correspondent Tony Five debrief the US general election debate. Then, it's The Science Appliance with Dan Riskin. Dan talks about how we're meaner to people in our own country than those who are far away, how engineers are working on the sun-slingshot maneuver from Star Trek, and how if you're bad at recognizing faces, it may hurt…
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David's top stories: Cleaning is sexy; Man breaks Canadian political record; and The $175,000 payout for a middle finger. Then, it's Naked News anchor Eila Adams on flashing her chest at major NYC tourist attractions (in the name of gender equality). Chief field studies research scientist Dr. Heather Coatsworth at Canada's National Microbiology Lab…
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David's top stories: A stinky Danish gas tax; An odd lawsuit; and Tickle orgasms. Astrobiology professor Sarah Rugheimer shares her story climbing Denali, the highest peak in North America. (Check out Sarah's audiobook Searching for Extraterrestrial Life.) Camille Testard, neuroscience research fellow at Harvard, monkeys around with the finding tha…
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David's top stories: The curious case of moon poop; Racecar rats; and Mail cancelled by seagulls. Then, it's Sex, Etc. with sexual health and consent educator Samantha Bitty where she and David navigate the topic of discussing your partner's sexual history. The two answer the question: Have dating apps, changed? After that, Mike Shekhtman on the fa…
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David covers a racoon rescue, New York's Fat Beach Day, and cooperative monkeys. Then journalist and trauma researcher Tamara Cherry discusses her book The Trauma Beat: A Case for Re-Thinking the Business of Bad News. Tamara says due to the impact it has on victims and journalists: crime reporting needs to change. Then, it's how a shocking number o…
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It's interview mayhem on This Is Going Well, I Think! David leads science man Dan Riskin on a meandering stream-of-consciousness journey about joysticks. Dan shares a study that implies those with celebrity obsessions may be better people to their friends. Competitive eater Nick Wehry – ranked #4 in the world – talks about his adventures stuffing d…
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David and Tony Five try something new and interactive. Fungus expert Arturo Casadevall and author of What If Fungi Win? describes how The Last of Us could actually happen – that is, a zombie fungus apocalypse. Author and paramedic Matthew Heneghan relays his story about how admitting he was an addict was hard, but how the harder part came later. Mi…
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David shares stories about McDonald's drive-thru tech gone wrong; an Ohio attorney's pringles prank; and a cheater who's suing Apple. Then, it's Therapy Thursdays on a Wednesday with Gary Direnfeld. Gary and David discuss good uncomfortable vs. bad uncomfortable. Occupational therapist Adam Ly goes over "time blindness" in response to a viral video…
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David reflects on his birthday and shares stories about a double death and a baking soda related courtroom drama. David interviews Glenn Robinson of Obscurest Vinyl, the hilarious "record label" with greatest hits (you've never heard) like I Glued My Balls to My Butthole Again and Rubbin' and a Tuggin' My Nips. Then, toy influencer Jay Glatfelter g…
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David's top stories for the day: a litter box-based 911 call, the FAA sues an unruly passenger, and a photographer loses an award; Alan Gratz, the author of 20 novels for young adults including Refugee, Heroes, and Ground Zero talks about the latest controversy around a Florida school board banning his book, aptly named Ban This Book; Associate pro…
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After a silly start, David goes over a NASA false alarm and a Wells Fargo firing. Then it's science man Dan Riskin with the science behind questions: Can we fully enjoy art when we disapprove of the artist's ethics; and do men buy guns to make up for their penis size? David pitches Urine Luck: A Graphic Novel About Incontinence to Dan (see podcast …
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David covers an ailing singer put in a straight jacket, an underwear party cancellation, and a furry but invasive crab. Then, it's Therapy Thursdays on a Wednesday with therapist and social worker Gary Direnfeld. David and Gary discuss Father's Day and forgiveness. After that, it's tech industry news with expert Carmi Levy where "Apple Intelligence…
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David shares news stories of the day involving: a drunk schoolteacher, a banned book, and Mr. Monopoly. Then, author, psychosexual therapist, and resident intimacy expert at 3Fun, Gigi Engle goes over a new relationship trend: pebbling. After that, psychologist Dr. Juli Fraga discusses a recent Washington Post article she wrote about letting go of …
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David goes over the stories of the day: strange ventilators, airplanes, and colons are involved. David speaks with environmental epidemiologist Dr. Matthew Bozigar about a study showing a link between exposure to loud aircraft noises and obesity. Then, it's the career transition from testing pillows and sheets to testing sex toys with Sarah Riccio.…
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David goes over the stories of the day, covering a hippie with a bong-based ban, protesters dying the Seine river brown, and a new fungus in New York. Science communicator Dan Riskin talks about new studies that point to a novel way to treat depression using heat, and how to fight loneliness through buying experiences. Conspiracy theory expert and …
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David goes over stories of the day with a focus on the Joro-spider and Brazil. Dr. Monnica Williams, a clinical psychologist and psychology professor at the University of Ottawa tells us about a world first: a master's degree in psychedelics and consciousness studies – a program she's co-directing. Tech expert Carmi Levy and David discuss Apple's "…
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David shares a news item out of Nebraska involving a doll. Then, David speaks with Dave Crete, a veteran from the top-secret Area 52 base sickened by toxic substances – but who receives no benefits as the US government says the base doesn’t exist. After that, veterinarian Dr. Uri Burstyn, the Helpful Vancouver Vet joins to celebrate International H…
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David goes over the day's stories with Tony Five. Professor of physics and astronomy at York University Dr. Elaina Hyde shares recent space news including a fascinating hole newly discovered on Mars. Clinical researcher Naoise Mac Giollabhui shares his study that shows heating up has promising antidepressant effects. Toronto-based comedian Natalie …
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David starts This Is Going Well, I Think by sharing a malodorous tale of the two Koreas, then he plays a horrible radio clip. Science communicator Dan Riskin and David come up with a name for their weekly science segment. Dan shares a study which proves whether or not Zodiac signs have an influence on our psychology, and tells us about amazing AI h…
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David speaks with professor of management at the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business Jessica Rodell about her research on busy bragging – and why you shouldn't do it. Then, it's Therapy Thursdays on a Thursday with therapist Gary Direnfeld. A conversation about a hair in Gary's food leads to analysis of righteous indignation. After th…
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David gets into tech industry news with Carmi Levy, including the excitement over cat's on the moon – according to Google! Sexual health and consent educator Samantha Bitty tells David about catcalling season, and "emotional support nudes." Foreign correspondent Tony Five introduces a new UK-based news segment called Proverbial Provincial (Penile) …
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Science communicator Dan Riskin warns us of cyborg cockroaches, and tells us what cheating at Wordle says about you. Dr. Lee Kuhnle, conspiracy theory expert and host of The Uncover Up Conspiracy Cast, hashes out a theory on the cycle of conspiracy culture influencing fiction, and fiction influencing conspiracies back again. Then, it's the tale of …
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Sexual health and consent educator Samantha Bitty and David go over the things people are listing as deal breakers on dating apps. Foreign correspondent Tony Five discuss the helicopter crash the killed the president of Iran and ChatGPT "ripping off" Scarlett Johansson's voice. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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David extolls the power of lists, and then talks to Australian model and sex worker Katija Cortez who says when men sleep with escorts that she doesn't consider it cheating, and most of the time – neither do they. Therapist and social worker Gary Direnfeld joins the show for Therapy Thursdays on a Wednesday and discusses guerilla love. Foreign corr…
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David interviews science communicator and media personality Dan Riskin about "hearing" the temperature of water, and the science (or lack thereof) of whether stand-up comedians are a psychological mess. Then, sexual health and consent educator Samantha Bitty discusses dating (read: horrible dating) and ghosting. Finally, UK-based foreign correspond…
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David has a surprise guest advise him on New York City real estate. Tony Five asks David what he'd do if he had a day to live, and tells us the story of The Somerton Man. Toronto-based comedian Natalie Norman and David go over dating app Hinge's new feature: an attempt to ban ghosting. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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David shares a couple stories of the day. Technology expert Carmi Levy discusses the US military evaluating robot war dogs, Chat GPT-4o, TikTok being the first social network to label AI generated content, and more. Then, psychology professor Dr. Stephen Hupp on debunking the harmful policies still used in American schools today. And finally, forei…
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This Is Going Well, I Think is getting a new staff member: an intern! After going over a story of the day, David calls the show's producer Dani to share the excitement and check in on the health of the show. Then, David speaks with epidemiologist Zoey Laskaris who lead a study that revealed a staggering one in five app delivery drivers in NYC have …
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This Is Going Well, I Think begins just as David runs out of nicotine gum. Then, it's Therapy Thursdays on a Monday with Gary Direnfeld. Gary discusses kids and video game addictions – David spiritedly weighs in on the topic and draws from personal experience. After that, comedy class instructor Melody Johnson answers the question: Can You Teach Fu…
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It's another installment of This Is Going Well, I Think. (But honestly, what else would this be?) David goes through some stories of the day. Science educator and media personality Dan Riskin talks about strange Viking body modifications and speedy frog evolution – but David turns the conversation to super fungus and personal shower routines. Techn…
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David packs this episode of This Is Going Well, I Think with four riveting interviews. First it's Chris Bustamante, a nurse practitioner and owner of Lushful Aesthetics, who trademarked HoleTox – yes, that's botox for your butthole!!! Then, associate professor of psychology at York University Amy Muise walks us through research that dispels the not…
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Tony Five gives a final Seaman's Alive with Tony Five update. Then, it's all things space with astrobiologist Sarah Rugheimer, who tells us about a laser that hit earth from 140 million miles away, moon seeds taking root around the US, and more. Social worker Gary Direnfeld partakes in Therapy Thursdays and a Tuesday with David and the two discuss …
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Tony Five gives us the seaman's update. David walks us through a Florida Man's snakes in underpants story. Science educator Dan Riskin tells us how words of self-affirmation are a good thing, and about an AI with an intentionally twisted mind. Associate psychology professor at York College of Pennsylvania, Dr. Samantha Deffler talks about what goes…
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David rushes through show so he can prepare clams. Tony Five provides a sea-worthy update. Carmi Levy discusses tech stories including a state-sponsored security breach, and problems with Tesla's autopilot. Environmental auditor Donnachadh McCarthy tells us why you don't need to shower so much. (Check out his book, The Prostitute State – How Britai…
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Tony Five gives an Florentine update. David recounts a couple of offbeat stories. Prompted by reading how the man who set himself on fire outside the Trump trial courthouse came to his beliefs, conspiracy theory expert Nathan Radke and David discuss the dangers of conspiratorial thinking. (Check out Nathan's podcast: The Uncover Up Conspiracy Cast.…
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David gets an update at sea from Tony Five and goes over some offbeat stories of the day. Then, veterinarian Dr. Cliff Redford discusses the time he circumcised a raccoon – for its health, get your mind out of the gutter! Dr. Cliff shares other vet stories, and tells us about his documentary. Finally, couples therapist and relationship expert Tracy…
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It's the first installment of The Seaman's Alive with Tony Five on This Is Going Well, I Think. David shares a story of a man guessing a woman's age gone terribly wrong. Science man Dan Riskin tells us why cat pee smells worse at different angles. Tech expert Carmi Levy talks about the Tik-Tok ban and more. Finally, it's Ghost Guide Daniel to answe…
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David starts the show with Tony Five's triumphant return – and phone call with Tony's mother. Then, it's science expert Dan Riskin who follows up on how he enjoyed viewing the eclipse in its path of totality. (Even though David definitely interviewed Dan after the eclipse last week.) Finally, it's psychology PhD candidate at University of Toronto E…
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After talking about a shrimp-based financial disaster, David is joined by comedian Natasha Vinik and the two go over how difficult the tech job market is. (Bonus: she'll be playing in the Netflix is a Joke festival in May.) Then, it's everything to do with Sasquatch and Big Foot – and whether they're the same thing – with expert in the field, and h…
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