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Snap Judgment (Storytelling, with a BEAT) mixes real stories with killer beats to produce cinematic, dramatic, kick-ass radio. Snap’s raw, musical brand of storytelling dares listeners to see the world through the eyes of another.
WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of leading podcasts including Radiolab, On the Media, Nancy, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin, and many others.
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S Bowers

drill noise so painful to listen to - have to skip this episode!

Feb 10th
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J WIGHTMAN

holy shit this one sounds good

Feb 9th
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Maxwell Hay

I like to stick my apple in some potato salads

Feb 7th
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Melanie Rice

I feel the same way you do. I was going to add on to this comment but I think that's all that needs to be said

Feb 4th
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Melanie Rice

Thank you so much for sharing your story about the world's oldest profession. The whole time I was listening I thought about your same mentality. just... Thank you. It helps me know that I'm not alone

Feb 4th
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J WIGHTMAN

one of their best episode s

Jan 27th
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renichka

Why are we still giving this psycho attention?

Jan 25th
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Apple Betty

J WIGHTMAN That may be true, but this is the first time I have heard about this guy, so I don't know anything about him.

Jan 27th
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Apple Betty

renichka Ok so the guy has lied and maybe has committed petty crimes. I am not aware of the abuse towards women, as I haven't heard any other podcasts or stories of this man. I don't judge people who are drug abusers or who have lied to do things because people can change and I don't know this person or his circumstances. I am hear to listen to this podcast and not cast judgement on someone I know nothing about, so NO I haven't missed any boats.

Jan 27th
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yayabones82

I cannot even begin to imagine how terrifying that was.

Jan 25th
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Apple Betty

This proves right here that people don't need other people. Our society always says that it is abnormal for people to isolate themselves and that people need people. I disagree, some of us are content with ourselves and nature, it's hard for some to accept.

Jan 22nd
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J WIGHTMAN

Apple Betty of course we can, doesn't mean death but what about life without a dog 🐕? come on idk man I need me a man's best friend

Jan 26th
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Rebecca Fouts

The North Pond Hermit - makes you want them just let him go to Alaska or something. Some just still have that frontier spirit and aren't meant for civilization. And there's nothing wrong with them. Just different. A throwback to how some of us were before. And the sad thing is, civilization refuses to let them.

Jan 20th
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Apple Betty

I wonder if Frank is still with the same woman?

Jan 13th
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Tony Rios

Very anticlimactic. Somewhat disappointing in the sense that you never asked about the sequels and the comparisons to modern shock video/media. Not to mention that the end of the episode seems to drift towards a personal agenda. Either way, it was an ok episode. Somewhat informative and some insight to a video a remember from my teens. BTW, I never thought any of the scenes were fully real.

Jan 11th
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Mehmet Guloz

Amazing episode.

Dec 19th
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Juliette Angeli

I love Snap Judgment, but the squirrel story... WHY??? :( :( :( It wasn't spooky, just sad and disgusting.

Dec 18th
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Nurah Zaheerah

F

Dec 17th
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Georgia Heard

His complete aloneness and *regret? * made me remember a story told me by a man named Caroll Armstrong. In WW2 he had to walk behind enemy lines on a secret mission in the dark of night. He told me before he did this he went to be alone and listen to George Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue. He talked about feeling scared and completely unsure of what he had agreed to. Very few people will ever experience a moment like these men have. The story teller in this episode made this feel real to me in a way that Carroll was not able to. Thank you for doing this

Dec 15th
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Jordan Davis

Call sign Snake, real name Jack... Boss, is that you?

Dec 15th
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Matt Christensen

snap judgment ghost

Dec 6th
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Jerica C Holt

Ahhh! So spooky! I'm glad I listened to this episode on a Monday morning to give me the rest of the work day to get out of that spooky head space! Great job on this one (and all of them, of course)!

Oct 29th
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Jamie Baker

This is such a well told story! So vivid and relatable.

Oct 24th
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