0:00 – Intro
0:54 – Movies: The Last Thing He Wanted
3:13 – Movies: Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw
6:45 – Movies: First Reformed
9:37 – Books: The Spy and the Traitor (Ben Macintyre)
14:28 – Podcasts: Wild Ride with Steve-o
16:37 – YouTube: MeatEater / Cal in the Field
18:51 – YouTube: PSA Sitch / Takedown of The Rise of Skywalker
21:03 – TV: Kingdom (Season 2)
24:17 – Outro

There are no spoilers in these reviews.

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P-38 "Pudgy V" of the US 431st Fighter Squadron at Dulag airfield on Leyte Island, Philippines, 1944

"A battery of 8 Howitzers in action near Birr Cross Roads".

This is a hand-coloured print of a photograph taken by an Australian official photographer on 31 October 1917

A Dutchman in captivity who served in regiment "Germania", 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking. POW camp Harskamp at Ede, Netherlands, June 1945.

His medals from left to right: Infantry Assault Badge, Iron Cross, Wound Badge

Three soldiers resting on ground near Epehy captured by the 12th Division that day, 18th September 1918

Captain Macauley, R.A.M.C., in Bovril Alley, a communication trench, August 1916.

A British soldier holding a little French girl found by the 29th Division at the capture of Masnieres. Marcoing, 23 November 1917

U.S. Marine Raiders gathered in front of a Japanese dugout on Cape Torokina on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, which they helped to take, January 1944. Credit: NARA.

Hello everyone and welcome to This is What Came Out of Me, a podcast about anything and everything, but mostly movies, TV, books, podcasts, and YouTube. I’m SierraKiloBravo, let’s get into it!



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Encarnita Alcaraz, Spanish Ballerina posing nude before a Biplane Propeller, 1925.

My main takeaway from the show today is that Bob Dylan is still alive. I was not aware of this

American airman posing with the side machine gun of a B-17 Flying Fortress bomber, May 1942

In the background of Solo: A Star Wars Story , the golden idol from Raiders of The Lost Ark can be seen

Marlon Brando behind the scenes of Apocalypse Now

Photo by Mary Ellen Mark

The Churchill β€˜Crocodile’ was a mechanical flamethrower highly-feared by the German soldiers. They perceived flame tanks as inhumane contraptions, and were liable to treat captured flame tank crews with far less clemency than they might other crews

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