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  • Crash and Burn | Artie Lange,Anthony Bozza

    Crash and Burn

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By Artie Lange, Anthony Bozza
    • Narrated By Sean Runnette
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    At a high point in his career, Artie Lange performed a sold-out show in Carnegie Hall-and he did it with a pocketful of heroin. In the midst of a deep, self-destructive depression, addicted to heroin, cocaine, and prescription drugs, he lashed out at everyone around him-from his cohosts on The Howard Stern Show to celebrity guests and even his longtime friends. Then came his legendary meltdown on-air, with 6 million people listening, after which Lange pulled himself together enough to go to a buddy's bachelor party in Amsterdam.

    Hilary says: "[Narrator Fail] Comic Genius+Depression+Drugs=Mess"
  • A Macat Analysis of Hannah Arendt's 'The Human Condition' | Sahar Aurore Saeidnia,Anthony Lang

    A Macat Analysis of Hannah Arendt's 'The Human Condition'

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 39 mins)
    • By Sahar Aurore Saeidnia, Anthony Lang
    • Narrated By Macat.com
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    In her 1958 work, political theorist Hannah Arendt asks two fundamental questions: "Under what conditions do politics emerge?" and "Under what conditions can politics be eliminated?" In searching for answers she turns some long-established thinking on its head. Ancient political philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle believed that a life spent thinking was more important than an active life of labor, work, and action. But Arendt argues that political action is every bit as important as political thinking.

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