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Broken Harts Reviews
I want to hear the end of the story!
Includes way too much extraneous information, entire episodes don’t move the plot forward, very boring and a waste of time.
First couple episodes were interesting, but not much happens after episode 3 or so. Very little content in general, and as others have mentioned, too many ads! Definitely wasn’t my favorite of the “true crime” genre podcasts.
This podcast takes an interesting case and turns it into a repetitive and problematic podcast. This was definitely not the right people to tell the story.
You can recognize the boundaries of your privilege but you can’t do anything about it. Is Your privilege so limiting that you can’t see how to reduce the impact of your privilege in your work. Like, I don’t know, work with a diverse group of people. Particularly when your discussing a complex story that involves all aspects of race gender and class. And you would like me to ponder that these women loved these children as they abused them without full acknowledgment and analysis of these women being white and the children being black? foh! Do better.
This podcast delves deep into the Hart case and explores why this tradgey may have happened. It’s such a heartbreaking story.
Chuck Norris has two speeds. Walk, and Kill.
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.
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