Renowned comedian Ricky Gervais has recently ventured into the world of spirits as the co-owner of Ella's Farm Distillery. The famous distillery is known for its Dutch Barn Orchard Vodka, made from British apples while prioritizing sustainability and ecosystem protection. Ricky's involvement in the business aims to boost its growth and promote its unique qualities to a global audience. With his genuine passion for eco-friendly businesses and love for a good drink, this partnership seems like a perfect match! Comedian Bert Kreischer is expanding his horizon beyond stand-up with a scripted series and multiple film projects in the works. From his recent experience filming "The Machine," Bert realized his passion for acting and the desire to become a movie star. With his production company, Birdie Boy Productions, he aims to bring his ideas to life and draw inspiration from role models like Kevin Hart. One exciting concept is the "two bears racing team," which could potentially become a thrilling TV program.John Mulaney recently shared his thoughts on addiction and revealed how Matthew Perry's death has affected him. Mulaney emphasizes the importance of understanding the fragile nature of life and how addiction can destabilize it.Patton Oswalt, the award-winning actor, comedian, and author, is all set to host the 71st Annual Golden Reel Awards.Things Sebastian Maniscalco likes.Amy Poehler, known for her exceptional comedic talents, is now sharing her wisdom through a masterclass on improv. In her class, "Prepare to be Unprepared,"Angela Johnson Reyes and Fortune Feimster believe that stand-up comedy is thriving now more than ever. Support the show! Join the $2 Club! at Buy Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/dailycomedynews www.linktr.ee/dailycomedynews Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/dcnpod - join us to to discuss comedy and your favorite comedians. YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@dailycomedynews?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram is @dailycomedynews https://www.instagram.com/dailycomedynews/?hl=en Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/dailycomedynews/ Web version at www.dailycomedynews.com Twitter X is @dcnpod because the person with what I want tweeted once Email: john at thesharkdeck dot com Daily Comedy News commentary includes satire and parody. Daily Comedy News is a production of Caloroga Shark Media, the leading company in short form daily podcastsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4522158/advertisement
Although the game releases are winding down for the year, Video Games 2 the MAX is still going strong, as Sean and Marc have plenty to talk about on this episode. Microsoft CFO Tim Stuart caused a stir during an interview by mentioning that they want Xbox games on any screen where gaming exists, even if it means Nintendo and PlayStation. Should Xbox gamers be concerned? Or is this just more information on the strategy that MS has been promoting for years now? Could there be a world where Xbox goes third-party and leaves consoles behind entirely? Also, the Game Awards go down on Thursday night and since this is the final show before the big extravaganza, the guys give their predictions on who will win in all of the big categories. As well as some announcements they'd like to see on the show. Plus, PC Gaming Show had their Most Wanted showcase, Dragon's Dogma 2 got a release date and more information. Not to mention, it being Capcom's first $70 game. Capcom also confirmed more Resident Evil remakes are on the way, the first Grand Theft Auto VI trailer has a release date, and more! You can also watch this episode in video form on the W2M Network Youtube Channel, please give us a like, comment on the episode, and give the channel a subscribe and follow as well: https://youtube.com/live/dJWaxRT7k_g- Links - Shortly after this episode was recorded, Jez Corden over at Windows Central posted an interview with Phil Spencer discussing many of the topics covered by Microsoft CFO Tim Stuart and it contradicts a few of the things Tim Stuart said: https://www.windowscentral.com/gaming/phil-spencer-jez-corden-xbox-interview-2023Radulich in Broadcasting's Review of Disney's Wish: https://youtube.com/live/7TejDVWJBYQRadulich in Broadcasting's Review of Thanksgiving: https://youtube.com/live/baj1ck1a1QUTalk the Keki's Latest Episode: https://youtube.com/live/3zFaq3EoVjwRun of Show: START & Housekeeping------------------ Headline Topics ------------------Microsoft CFO Tim Stuart Says They Want Games on Any Screen, Could Xbox go third-party? Bethesda PR is responding to negative reviews on Steam, is this being overblown? ----------------------- What's in the News --------------------Dragon's Dogma 2 is Capcom's First $70 Game & Capcom Confirms More RE RemakesPlayStation Makes Deal with NCSoft and Horizon MMO is officialSEGA teases that there could be Sonic, Persona, and Like a Dragon Mobile GamesEmbracer Group admits Free Radical Will Probably Close and layoffs at Fish LabsByteDance (TikTok) Want to Get out of Gaming, Could Marvel Snap be Affected?Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis Comes to Steam December 7-------------------------- Headline Topic --------------------Geoff Keighley Responds to Dave the Diver Not Being an Indie Game & Game Awards 2023 Predictions - Listen and give us a review on these platforms... - Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/ag/podcast/video-games-2-the-max/id886092740Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2wjd0u3xO7TdAm4gKRM44LAmazon: https://www.audible.com/pd/Video-Games-2-the-MAX-Podcast/B08JJPTZTWPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/video-games-2-the-max-181386Podcast Addict: https://podcastaddict.com/?podId=2465904IHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/53-video-games-2-the-m-28438312/Follow on X (Twitter):Sean on Twitter: https://twitter.com/W2MSeanW2M Network on Twitter: https://twitter.com/w2mnetwork- Other Social Media -Follow us on Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@w2mnetwork2Join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/aydMgvUN9dFollow us on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/w2mnetworkFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/w2mnetwork/Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/W2MNetwork
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No one wants to spend the holidays feeling isolated or left out, but the reality for parents of medically complex/disabled children is that we sometimes have to skip events and gatherings for the safety of our kids. On top of that, we’re the ones stuck making the decision whether to stay home or go out, requesting accommodations and assurances to protect our kids, and trying to decipher if we’re “overreacting” out of anxiety or just being reasonably careful. In today’s episode, Amanda Griffith-Atkins and I discuss how to manage and interpret anxious feelings you might be having around the decision to attend a holiday gathering and how to set realistic parameters to help you make that decision. We also share listener feedback and suggestions about how other parents made their decisions and how to approach uncomfortable conversations you might run into when declining invitations to holiday events. We’re here to validate whatever decision you make for your family because we know how fraught the process can be, but also how frightening it is to feel like you might put your child in a risky health situation. Whatever you choose, we want to help you do it without guilt and with as little anxiety as possible. Thank you to all the parents who shared their experiences about making these decisions! You all make this podcast possible! Links: Listen to Amanda’s other episodes on The Rare Life: Ep 135: How Our Careers are Affected, Ep 132: Self-Care, Ep 131: Chronic Stress, Ep 130: Anticipatory Grief, Ep 99: Family Planning, Ep 85: Disability Identity, & Ep 81: Health Anxiety. Get a copy of Brené Brown’s book “The Gifts of Imperfection.” Follow Amanda Griffith-Atkins on Instagram @amanda.griffith.atkins! Follow us on Instagram @the_rare_life! Donate to the podcast or Contact me about sponsoring an episode. Fill out our contact form to get a reminder about upcoming discussion meetings and the Skype link to join! Access the transcript on the website here. And if you love this podcast, please leave us a rating or review in your favorite podcast app!
Can you believe our bodies breathe on auto-pilot? It's amazing how we are made! Have you ever thought about or considered the air you breathe in or that of your kids? We talk a lot about health and nutrition on the show and in today's EP. we consider the quality of air as a factor in our own health, fitness, and overall wellness journey. Join the conversation today with Mike Feldstein as he dives into all things air quality and the things we can do to make a better atmosphere for ourselves and our families. E-mail Mike Mike@Jaspr.co and vist Jaspr.co Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/repsandredemptioncommunity Instagram www.instagram.com/repsandredemption Speak Pipe Me! https://www.speakpipe.com/RepsAndRedemptionPodcast
From the frontlines of the Israel-Hamas War, Lt. Col. (res.) Avital Leibovich, director of AJC Jerusalem, joins us to discuss the current pause in fighting between Israel and the terror group Hamas, the release of hostages, the significance of international support for Israel, and the challenges the Jewish state faces in the West Bank. Leibovich also provides insights into the humanitarian conditions of the hostages and the broader implications of the conflict. Take action to bring all hostages home now. *The views and opinions expressed by guests do not necessarily reflect the views or position of AJC. Episode Lineup: (0:40) Lt. Col. (res.) Avital Leibovich Show Notes: Listen – People of the Pod on the Israel-Hamas War: What Would You Do If Your Son Was Kidnapped by Hamas? The Good, the Bad, and the Death Threats: What It's Like to Be a Jewish College Student Right Now Mai Gutman Was Supposed to Be at the Music Festival: IDF Lone Soldier Recounts Harrowing Week Responding to Hamas Terror: IsraAID CEO on How You Can Help Israelis Right Now Watch – Lt. Col. (res.) Avital Leibovich's War Diary How All Israelis are Affected by the Israel-Hamas War How October 7 "Changed the DNA" of Israelis Forever How Volunteers are Stepping up to Support the IDF Learn: Debunking the False Equivalency Between Israeli Hostages and Palestinian Prisoners What is Known About Israeli Hostages Taken by Hamas How much do you know about Hamas? Try to ace our quiz and expose the truth about the terror group today. Follow People of the Pod on your favorite podcast app, and learn more at AJC.org/PeopleofthePod You can reach us at: email@example.com If you've appreciated this episode, please be sure to tell your friends, and rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Transcript of Interview with Avital Leibovich: Manya Brachear Pashman: As the pause in fighting between Israel and Hamas terrorists nears its expiration on Thursday, Hamas continues to hold hostage 160 people. 80, including 61 women and children have been released during the pause. In exchange, Israel has freed 180 Palestinian prisoners. Lieutenant Colonel Avital Leibovich, Director of AJC Jerusalem joins us from Israel now for an update. Avital, welcome to People of the Pod and how are you? Avital Leibovich: Thank you for having me. I am doing well, considering the fact that we are in a war here in Israel. My biggest concern at this time is the well being of my family. My son is in the army, my daughter is on reserve duty. So that's my number one concern. And of course, the well being of Israel, the safety and security of Israel. Manya Brachear Pashman: So Avital, what does this pause mean? What is being accomplished during this time? Avital Leibovich: So the pause is something that Hamas pressured Israel. It pressured Israel because the military pressure was quite significant. The pause allows a few things to happen. Number one, we, Israel will receive hostages, and in return, Israel will free from prison, women and youth that were involved in different planning of terror attacks or executed themselves terror attacks. And that's one thing. The second thing I would say, is time for Hamas to regroup. That's for their benefit. This pause allows them to regroup, rearm, reposition themselves. The third thing and I'm going back to Israel also allows Israeli army to better prepare to rearm to place itself in the right positioning and then be ready for the next stage, which is resumption of the fighting. Manya Brachear Pashman: And do you expect that fighting to resume right away? Or do you think that Israel would like to extend the pause as long as possible in order to get as many hostages back as possible? Avital Leibovich: Yesterday, there were meetings between, actually was a very interesting meeting in Qatar. In the meeting, we had the head of the Egyptian intelligence, the head of the Israeli Mossad, and the Qatari representative, and the American head of the CIA, the American CIA. And in this meeting, the discussion evolved on a few more days of pause, and in return, Hamas will release a few more hostages. So right now Israel has said that it agrees to a few more days of a pause. But we're only talking about a few more days. The ultimate goal of this war is to eliminate Hamas government in Gaza. And in order to change that government, in order to bring some sort of a new future to this region, to Israel, to Gaza, to the Palestinians living in Gaza, this takes time. So the fighting I assume will take a long time. It's going to be a long time because Gaza has been built underground and above the ground in such a way that requires inch by inch, very careful work a lot of the time other facilities are booby trapped. There is a huge array of tunnels underground, which are very long. With junctions. Some of the tunnels can even have cars inside. So this has to be a very, very careful job. We have a lot of soldiers inside Gaza right now. And so this pause I would say is temporary. Manya Brachear Pashman: What are we learning from the hostages who are being released? Avital Leibovich: That's the most heartbreaking issue. We're learning a few things. The first thing is they had to speak very, very quietly among themselves. Of course, I'm referring to those who had other hostages with them. But those who had other hostages with them had to whisper. And how do we know this because some of the kids are still whispering today, some of the kids that have been held as hostages and just returned from captivity, they're still whispering. Another thing we know is that they had very little food, very little quantities of food, which also brings a lot of worries here in Israel, because there are many elderly people held. There's still a baby inside the toddlers and a few other children. And so the nutrition issue obviously is quite critical. The third thing we learned is that some of them were held in complete seclusion. One of the children that returned two days ago is a 12 year old boy, by the name of Eitan Yahalomi. His father was murdered, his mother is still alive. And he actually was in a room by himself for at least two weeks. And imagine for a 12 year old to be in this kind of hostile environment, on his own without anybody to communicate, underground, most of the time, that's quite scary. We also know that they had very poor hygiene conditions, no running water, very, very minimal toilet facilities. We also know they never received any medical care and attention, no medicine, no doctors, nothing of that sort. And the last thing we know is that most of the time they were held underground, in an underground facility, different sizes of rooms. And all of these things are just a small indication of the cruelty of this terror organization called Hamas. Manya Brachear Pashman: Congress is debating whether to send aid to Israel to support Israel in the war. How important is it at this point? Avital Leibovich: I think it's very important. First of all, I do want to say that the support that Israel received from the US until now, it's unbelievable. The fact that there are, on the military side the fact that there are our aircraft carriers here in the region, and planes filled with different kinds of ammunition. That sends a very strong message of both deterrence and strength to the enemies in the region. And second, on the political, more strategic level. The voting, the vetoing of the different proposals on the Security Council in the UN, the multiple visits starting from President Biden to Secretary of State Blinken, which he's supposed to arrive here tomorrow. And also appointing a special envoy to this specific situation that we have here in the region. So all of these things speak volumes. So yes, I think it's very significant to Israel, and also the future decisions will be significant. Look, being at war for such a long time and 53 days have passed already has serious precautions on different issues. Economy is one of them. Obviously, tourism has stopped, small businesses have been affected and many other sectors as well. So aid would be very, very significant to Israel. Manya Brachear Pashman: I'm also curious about the security situation in the West Bank. We were so focused on terrorism coming from the West Bank before this happened. What is the situation there now, especially as hostages are being released? Avital Leibovich: It's a good question, because from where I'm sitting, the West Bank at this point of time is another front that Israel has to deal with at this specific moment. We have a serious challenge with the fact that the Palestinian Authority does not really have governance in many areas in the West Bank. And as a result of that, there are different kinds of terror groups, Hamas is one of them. But it's not the only one, trying to recruit Palestinians to commit different terror attacks. The second side of it is a lot of incitement, which is really flooding the social media platforms, and also has an effect on the mood on the streets on the mood of young people and others as well. So the IDF, the Israeli Defense Forces, actually almost on a daily basis, needs to enter certain areas where there is no prisons, unfortunately, have any Palestinian policemen, and actually arrest those terrorists on the ground. And I think in the last 50 days or so the IDF has arrested more than 1000 people that have been suspicious and with some kind of planning or plotting terror attacks against Israelis. And this does not seem to quiet down I have to say so I am concerned of this front. At this point of time Hamas is though, by the way, investing a lot of time and effort because Hamas is interest is of course, to create lack of stability here in Israel. So part of that is the instability is trying to influence what's going on in the West Bank and trying to get people out to the streets, either protesting against idea for committing some sort of terror acts against Israelis so that's really an issue of concern for us. Manya Brachear Pashman: We talked about the importance of American aid, are there other countries that are showing significant support that have been really vital in this war? Avital Leibovich: I think that we've seen some very important gestures of support by European leaders from the Czech Republic, from Bulgaria, from, from the UK, from France, from Japan, from other countries. But I think the number one country in Europe that really stood up and is still standing up supporting Israel very, very strongly, is maybe Germany. And yesterday, the President of Germany visited Israel and visited one of the kibbutzes, a kibbutz called Be'eri. And a lot of the houses there were burned and dozens of people were murdered and others were kidnapped. And he was so touched and moved. And he said that the government of Germany intends to donate 7 million euros just for the rebuilding and renovating of this community. But there are other countries as well, and I think Israel has been well supported by the international community. However, the challenge still lays ahead, because we are not at the end of this war. And in order to eliminate Hamas, we need more time. And as this time progresses, there will be a lot more pictures which are not pleasant because pictures from wars are not pleasant pictures. And this may have an impact on different kinds of world leaders. So we have to continue and explain and gain that legitimization so that Israel could complete its goal and continue to defend itself. Manya Brachear Pashman: I know in conversations with AJC's, Berlin's director Remko Leemhuis, he brought delegations of German officials to Israel. And that has made quite a difference, I think, to see it firsthand. Have there been other delegations from other countries? Avital Leibovich: So we have hosted here in Israel four delegations with very short notice. I have a great staff in the office, and they were able to create an itinerary, which I think is very experiential on one hand, but on the other hand, is also quite touching. Because how many people in such leadership positions really have the opportunity to really be on the ground and see the situation as it is. So we had here three parliamentary delegations from European countries, East and Western Europe. And we also had here the head of the, the chair of the Foreign Affairs security committee of the German parliament. And I met those three parliamentary delegations, and I briefed them. And I have to say that with all the information that is out there today in 2023, via the internet and platforms and social media, still there is not a full understanding of the situation. So taking these participants on the ground, showing them those areas, those communities that have been affected, and taking them to a base that has been turned into a morgue. Where, even today, more than 80 bodies and body parts still remain unidentified because of the terrible condition that they came with. And I explained to them the extent of the atrocities. You can only really get it when you're on the ground. Manya Brachear Pashman: Avital, once this pause expires, and I know it's unclear when that will be, but you've made it clear that it's inevitable – what comes next? Avital Leibovich: I think we are heading into a very difficult time ahead. Because once we finish the hostage exchange kind of agreements, then Israel will have to return to the actual fighting part. And Hamas, which is a very bitter psychological warfare enemy will continue and try to stop this fighting in different psychological ways. Israeli leadership will have to make here tough decisions, whether the country agrees, for example, just I'll give you just one idea of such a dilemma. Let's say Hamas tomorrow morning, or in three days time says, complete and finish the fighting altogether. Stop for the next five years, hold your fire for the next five fears, and in return, we will return all the hostages. Then what, then what do you do as a country? What kind of decision will the government take? Will it still continue with the fighting to eliminate Hamas? Or will it say okay, the life of the hostages are more important and therefore, we are canceling the original goal and stopping the fighting. I don't think that will happen. But those kinds of dilemmas, I think will escort Israeli leaders in the next couple of days. I think they will be tough, very tough questions ahead that Israel will need to deal with. Another issue that we haven't discussed, is the northern arena. Hamas is a tough enemy. is a cruel enemy. It possesses something like 20,000 rockets, which they used more or less half, maybe a bit more. Because Hezbollah is a totally different ballgame in terms of capabilities in terms of military capabilities in terms of ammunition, precise ammunition and so on. And what will be the policy visa vie Hezbollah. And this is also a question Israel will need to ask itself and I'm sure that the next week or two will have an indication where this country is heading. There's one thing that it's clear to all of us here in Israel, that we cannot go back to the same situation that existed here on October 6–53 days ago. That situation must be changed. Manya Brachear Pashman: Avital thank you so much for joining us and giving us an update. Avital Leibovich: Thank you for the opportunity.
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Here's your local news for Tuesday, November 28, 2023:We get the details on a new study that finds coal-fired power plants cause more premature deaths than previously estimated,Interview a UW-Madison Law School professor before she heads to this year's UN Climate Change Conference,Hear how the UW-Madison campus reacted to a recent neo-Nazi march,Put the spotlight on the innovative gray tree frog,Learn why farmers are struggling to get funding for conservation projects,And much more.
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In this week's easy, breezy episode, Skyler and Evan enjoy some casual, post-Thanksgiving food coma conversation. Where will Shohei Ohtani and other big name free agents go? Will the Colorado Rockies make any major moves outside of trading for RHP Cal Quantrill? What on Earth are the Seattle Mariners up to with the trade of Eugenio Suárez to the Arizona Diamondbacks? Plus it's finally Hall of Fame ballot season and we hope beyond hope that one Todd Helton will finally be enshrined. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us on Maintaining Frame as we discuss a transcript for the UK International Men's Day debate that took place in Westminster. It features Philip Davies in the chair and while dry, it's probably important we cover it.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4148711/advertisement
I know I've been gone for a minute, but the Rare Moments are BACK!! This is a special episode because my mom and I got the chance to sit down and unpack some of the trials we've endured over the past year and a half regarding her divorce. I wanted to film this to show how important it is to talk about what you're going through and I just so happen to be blessed to have the type of relationship with my mom where we can talk about these things and laugh through it. I hope this episode can touch somebody and show them that there is light on the other side of your trial!
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This week, Skyler is joined by Patrick Lyons of DNVR Rockies to talk all about the Rockies' offseason moves thus far. The team made an early move to boost their starting pitching by acquiring Cal Quantrill from the Cleveland Guardians. They also made several additions to the 40-man roster prior to the Rule-5 Draft while picking up reliever Jalen Beeks from Tampa Bay. They also discuss Patrick's Rookie of the Year voting ballot and Nolan Jones' 4th place finish before closing the episode with some transactional hopes for the team this offseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to The Arsenal Therapy Podcast, a dedicated show about the club we love, Arsenal Football Club. In this episode we analyse Arsenal's current season performance, addressing questions surrounding their points tally compared to the previous season, the impact of injuries on squad consistency, and the adaptation to managing a Champions League campaign. Delving into the team's defensive solidity versus attacking output, we explore statistical nuances, such as xG for conceded goals and the challenge in scoring from open play. Key player contributions from the likes of Rice, Raya, and Havertz are evaluated, leading to a discussion on the standout player of the season so far. Additionally, we consider Arsenal's needs in the upcoming January transfer window, contemplating realistic targets and areas that might need reinforcement. All that and much much more... Please let us know what you enjoyed about the podcast and do leave the podcast a 5-star review on Apple Podcast. Also, if you wanted to get in touch with us, you can do via Twitter: The Arsenal Therapy Podcast (@ArsenalTherapy) Farhan (@GunnerSince96) Adam (@AdamKeys_) Monty (@ATPMonty)
Welcome to The Challenges of Faith Radio Program. Today's topic Are you affected by the Word? Part 3 of 3 I ask that you listen, ponder, apply, and pray.....Also ask God for guidance, on how your gift(s) should be used in the public square for Him, and others..that are hurting, helpless, homeless, and feeling hopeless. As you continue your sojourn thru 2023, Remember, Life is like a coin, You can spend it any way you want to. But, you can only spend it once. So, spend it wisely! COFRP airs on Amazon Music, AntennaPod, Apple, Audacy, Audible, BTR, Castbox, Edifi, Fathom Fm, Fyyd Radio (DE) , Google Podcast, Himalaya Learning, JAM, Padverb, Pandora, Player Fm, Podbay Fm, Podbean, Podtail, Podyssey, Radio Podcast Addict, SoundCloud, Spotify, TS, Wave, Wisdom, YouTube, and more.
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The Optus CEO, Kelly Bayer Rosmarin, has side-stepped questions about her own future, as she fronts a Senate inquiry into last week's outage that left 10 million customers offline.From Ukraine to the outback: the Australian Army test-fires new deadly missile technology in the Woomera Prohibited Area;A warning of more legal challenges, as the Government's detainee bill is signed into law;And the problems when cash is king: we head to the West Australian town that the big banks have left behind.
The Optus CEO, Kelly Bayer Rosmarin, has side-stepped questions about her own future, as she fronts a Senate inquiry into last week's outage that left 10 million customers offline.From Ukraine to the outback: the Australian Army test-fires new deadly missile technology in the Woomera Prohibited Area;A warning of more legal challenges, as the Government's detainee bill is signed into law;And the problems when cash is king: we head to the West Australian town that the big banks have left behind.
In this installment of the weekly round-up of the biggest headlines on Wall Street and how they affect your finances, Nicole unpacks the chaotic hack on the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and how the market reacted, the rocky road for the latest wave of union strikes and the potential shake-up in the housing market. Want to start investing, but don't know where to begin? Go to moneyassistant.com and meet Magnifi, your AI money assistant, designed to help you make a plan for your financial goals. Want one-on-one money coaching from Nicole? Book a meeting with her here: intro.co/moneynewsnetwork
Lori La Bey created Alzheimer's Speaks, an educational, advocacy, and media outlet. Lori was shocked at the lack of resources, products, tools, services, and educational support available to families and professionals when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. She left her career of 25 years, as a residential Realtor and became committed to making a difference in shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world. Her goal is to be inclusive of all voices and educate people with the true stories of what is happening within dementia. She has been recognized by Oprah and Maria Shriver for her work. She offers a variety of free resources to educate, empower, connect, and decrease stigmas; helping families and professionals live graciously alongside dementia. Lori has her foot in so many resources available to all of you as listeners as well: Dementia Map global resource directory Conscious Caregiving Betty the Bald Chicken – Lessons in How to Care (a book for everyone, not just dementia) And so many more… Our Non Profit Spotlight is Dementia Together __ Katie Harms @ firstname.lastname@example.org, www.katieharms.com or Lisa Rubin @ email@example.com, www.wardrobeconsulting.net . Follow Us On: Instagram LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Please take a moment to rate our podcast wherever you are reading or listening to this! Thank you! We are thankful to our sponsors Continental Diamond and Scherer Bros Closets
While all Australian households are feeling the crunch of rising costs, some communities are disproportionately impacted. An inquiry into price gouging has heard that migrant workers are particularly affected, while advocates call for stronger action. - 近年物價高企，雖然澳洲各地的家庭都感受到生活開支上漲的壓力，一項正在進行的調查聽證會則獲悉，移民勞工所受的影響卻是尤其嚴重。與此同時，有報告亦指，企業賺取高額利潤，是物價飆升的主要因素。有見及此，有學者就促請採取更強而有力的行動。
While all Australian households are feeling the crunch of rising costs, some communities are disproportionately impacted. An inquiry into price gouging has heard that migrant workers are particularly affected, while advocates call for stronger action. - ایک ایسے وقت جب ذیادہ تر آسٹریلین خاندان مہنگائی کا دباؤ محسوس کر رہے ہیں، کچھ کمیونٹیز غیر متناسب طور پر متاثر ہو رہی ہیں۔ قیمتوں میں اضافے کے بارے میں ایک انکوائری کو بتایا گیا ہے کہ مہنگائی سے تارکین وطن کارکن خاص طور پر متاثر ہوئے ہیں، ایسے میں صارفین کے حامی گروپس قیمتوں میں بلا مقابلہ اضافوں کے خلاف سخت کارروائی کا مطالبہ کررہے ہیں۔
This week, Skyler and Evan are proud to host the Big Huge 2023 Awards Show! For the first time since 2021, our intrepid hosts dole out the dosh and hand out the hardware for the 2023 Colorado Rockies season! Who will be our Larry Walker Most Valuable Rockie? What about the Jason Jennings Rockies Rookie of the Year? Who will win Best Hair and who will take home the honors for Cutest Couple? After an overall pretty lousy season, let's have some fun and celebrate the best of the best! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Hour 1: Taylor Swift changed up some lyrics for Kelce Is CJ Stroud already a Top 5 QB in the AFC? Andy Reid is calling plays like the defense will always have his back Mizzou bounces back big, K-State wins again and KU drops a tough one
Does Arizona's win over Duke mean more about Arizona or About Duke? Andy and Isaac unpack their answers and why this game was such a good idea. Kylan Boswell is going to be and absolute dude in college basketball this season for Tommy Lloyd. Oumar Ballot will continue to be a presence inside. Duke is still in great shape and should be right back where they were as the team gets used to one another. The Big Ten has hit a bit of a tumultuous beginning of the season, particularly focusing on the Michigan State loss to James Madison. Maryland is struggling, others are having a difficult time as well. We'll see what happens for Purdue there. It's time for the first 6-pack of the season! Join the Locked On College Basketball Discord: https://discord.gg/bsKxDp8Qqb Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
When the seasons change, and the daylight shrinks, it isn't uncommon for people to experience depression, decreased motivation and an urge just to hibernate. Catharine and Winston are no different. In this episode, they discuss how they deal with the mood change that comes with Fall and Winter. From exercise to sauna, they have found ways to mitigate the effects of this change to keep fit and happy. Don't settle for half a year of the blues. Find your path to a fulfilling life year-round. When you are ready to start a coaching program, you can find out more at www.livewildradio.com/fitnesscoaching Fitness Equipment We Endorse and Support Us: Bells of Steel Adjustable Kettlebells -Get the world's smallest gym with a pair of adjustable kettlebells from Bell of Steel https://rb.gy/nccwf. If you get the full set, you will have a set of bells that covers 12-32 kg (26-70lbs), which is enough to cover you from beginner to pro athlete.
While all Australian households are feeling the crunch of rising costs, some communities are disproportionately impacted. An inquiry into price gouging has heard that migrant workers are particularly affected, while advocates call for stronger action.
Today we are talking about something we are very familiar with - technology, social media, and the good old internet. How has it affected our lives? For better? For Worse? Let's talk about it! More about the hosts:Tabitha Brown is the world's favorite mom and auntie! She is an Emmy Nominated actress and show host, a 2 time New York Times Best Selling author and a 4 time NAACP Image Award winner. Follow Tabitha Brown: https://www.instagram.com/iamtabithabrown/https://www.iamtabithabrown.com/Chance Brown is a father, mentor, retired police officer, entrepreneur, and youth basketball coach. If you ask him, he'll tell you he is a professional human! Follow Chance Brown: https://www.instagram.com/teamchancebasketball/Subscribe to the YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/TabithaBrown
In an effort to quell post-pandemic inflation, the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates eleven times since March 2022, with the federal funds rate now at its highest in over 20 years. Historically, such interest rate hikes—or even the suggestion of hikes—has triggered financial crises in emerging markets and developing economies. But, so far, that hasn't happened. In this episode of the Brookings Podcast on Economic Activity, Şebnem Kalemli-Özcan and Filiz Unsal discuss their new study, which examined how improved monetary policy credibility in these countries may have improved their resilience to American financial trends. Show notes and transcript The Brookings Podcast on Economic Activity is part of the Brookings Podcast Network. Subscribe and listen on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Send feedback email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this podcast, Tommaso informs our listeners about the delay in releasing a full episode of Kimberly's Italy due to an infrastructure problem with our hosting provider. This problem has affected not only podcasts but also banks, causing delays in deposits and ACH payments. Tommaso acknowledges the inconvenience and assures listeners that we will release a new episode next week.
In late July 2023, US banking agencies proposed significant revisions to the risk-based regulatory capital requirements for certain midsize and larger US banking organizations. These proposals are critical, as the amount of capital a bank must maintain with respect to any particular loan, investment or activity is among the most significant factors in determining whether an activity is profitable, or even feasible. The proposals are not “capital neutral,” and will increase the capital charge for several aspects of the primary and secondary mortgage markets in the United States. Please join Mayer Brown lawyers Haukur Gudmundsson, Christopher Smith, and Matthew Bisanz for an in-depth discussion of the proposed requirements, and what they mean for the mortgage industry.
What happens if we go first? Who will love our child and protect them the way that we do? Society has a view of how the parent-child trajectory goes, and the situation with our medically complex and rare kids feels so backwards, so where can we turn to find resources to set up our children and keep them safe when we’re gone? In this episode, Amanda Griffith-Atkins and I tackle this tough reality. We share notes from this community from all the feelings that come up around leaving our child alone in this world to the many questions we have about planning for their care once we’re gone. We don’t have all the answers, but we do try to leave you with a few hopeful thoughts by the end of this episode. And if nothing else, you can know that you are not alone in your fears and uncertainty. Links: Listen to Ep 99: Family Planning with Amanda-Griffith Atkins. Listen to Ep 132: Self-Care with Amanda-Griffith Atkins. Listen to Amanda’s other episodes on The Rare Life: Ep 135: How Our Careers are Affected, Ep 131: Chronic Stress, Ep 130: Anticipatory Grief, Ep 85: Disability Identity, & Ep 81: Health Anxiety. Use my mejo to have a record of all of our child’s medical records and documents in one place. Use this free Medical Summary Sheet to give other caregivers a quick overview of your child’s health updates. Follow Amanda Griffith-Atkins on Instagram @amanda.griffith.atkins! Follow us on Instagram @the_rare_life! Donate to the podcast or Contact me about sponsoring an episode. Fill out our contact form to get a reminder about upcoming discussion meetings and the Skype link to join! Access the transcript on the website here. And if you love this podcast, please leave us a rating or review in your favorite podcast app!
Paddles were dropping left and right at MLP Dallas. Zane estimates that 90% of paddles were ruled out via PPL testing before the event. Affected pros were left searching for legal paddles. The boys recap the MLP action including Federico Staksrud's blow-up on Saturday, the now infamous two-become-one rule, and all of the vuvuzela noise. To support Stop Alzheimers Now and submit your question for the pod visit: https://www.stopalzheimersnow.org/donate.html Win a pickleball facility and a lifetime of pickleball gear! https://picklryourcity.kickoffpages.com/ Shop performance-driven comfort from Vuori https://vuoriclothing.com/thedink Not only will you receive 20% off your first purchase, but enjoy free shipping on any U.S. orders over $75 and free returns Find and book private courts in your area with swimply.com Rep the latest in dink branded merch at https://repthedink.com/ ------------------ Like the ep? Do us a favor: subscribe to our channel and leave a review on Apple or Spotify -Subscribe to our 'all things pickleball' *free e-newsletter* at https://www.thedinkpickleball.com/signup/ -Follow us on IG *@thedinkpickleball* -Continue the convo in our private FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thedi... -For everything else we do, visit https://linktr.ee/dinkfam -Read more about Zane and subscribe to his newsletter at https://zanenavratilpickleball.com/ -Follow Zane on IG @zanenavratilpickleball ------------------ Show Notes 0:15 Zane wants another shot at the DC squad 5:58 Not playing in Nationals 7:23 If Ben and ALW played men's how far would they go? 8:40 A frantic call from Tropickleball about the Detroit Bounce tourney 10:48 Paddle drama is at an all-time high - assumed 90% fail 16:31 The law of diminishing grit 21:44 Two-become-one foot fault rule against Daescu 25:03 Vuvuzuela's hard to listen to 27:49 Staks got out of hand, earned an Orange Card and a record fine 32:09 A shocker that the Black Diamonds didn't make the cut 33:34 Shadows covered the court in Dallas 35:07 Alshon takes the MVP award 38:02 New 2024 schedule released 42:24 Thomas is struggling to find games in Austin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Maori are disproportionately affected by brain tumours. Dr Thomas Park using AI to scan a huge library of tumours collected from Maori and Pasifika patients to understand why.
In this episode, Keely, Corrine, and Hillary discuss the latest UTMB scandal and races like Javelina 100 and Big's Backyard. Then they dive into some research that has been published lately around menstruating and performance, the relationship between menstrual cycle phase to metabolism and sleep. They discuss gaps in the research and where they think the field should go in the future. They also digest the information into recommendations to our listeners who currently menstruate! This episode is brought to you by Freetrail @runfreetrail www.freetrail.com - subscribe and JOIN US IN SLACK Sponsors: AG1: Go to drinkAG1.com/trailsociety for a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs The Feed: https://thefeed.com/trailsociety gets you $15 in free credit! Pertinent links: Data from the review on nutrition/menstruation https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10210857/ “How Your Menstrual Cycle Affects Recovery from Training”-Alex Hutchinson https://www.outsideonline.com/health/training-performance/how-your-menstrual-cycle-affects-recovery-from-training/ Menstrual Cycle and brain function: https://www.livescience.com/health/neuroscience/menstrual-cycle-linked-to-structural-changes-across-whole-brain#:~:text=Hormones%20that%20fluctuate%20throughout%20the,women%20throughout%20their%20menstrual%20cycles.
Mackynzie 'Mac' Archer comes with a deep love for the Haitian people and vulnerable populations. She is an anthropologist, researcher, consultant, and advocate. In this episode we dive into some of her findings in short-term missions, the orphanage system in Haiti, and her most recent doctoral research on the emotional labor of care-affected children. Podcast Sponsor Sojourn Studio Sojourn Studio empowers young women and moms on the Thailand-Myanmar border through dignified work as they handcraft beauty to rewrite stories and lift communities. Get shopping today and support families at the same time! Resources and Links from the show Most Children In Haitian Orphanages Aren't Orphans — But US Missionaries Take Them Away From Their Families Disquieting Gifts: Humanitarianism in New Delhi Travesty in Haiti: A true account of Christian missions, orphanages, fraud, food aid, and drug trafficking The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics Conversation Notes How Mackenzie got to Haiti (6:00) The reality on the ground at an orphanage (7:30) Interviewing children in orphanage systems (10:30) Let's talk about life in Haiti right now (12:00) The impact of instability on orphanages (15:00) An increase in malnutrition (21:00) Most organizations unable to meet basic needs (23:00) Sustaining poor child welfare practices (26:00) Good intentions (27:00) One story from a short-term missions volunteer (31:00) Accountable empathy (38:00) Are we willing to receiving from other cultures? (41:00) The emotional labor we see at orphanages (47:00) Wiping the eyes of children between groups of visitors (52:00) Emotional labor in family reunification (57:00) Building relationships instead of structures (1:12:00)
This week, Evan and Skyler congratulate Jon Gray and the Texas Rangers for their World Series victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. Meanwhile, it's still been radio silence from the Colorado Rockies... minus them sending out a "season ticket holder wish list" and announcing a Green Day and Friends concert to happen next September. Finally, Arizona Fall League All-Stars have been named and players are around the world playing winter baseball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today Heather answers three listener questions related to body image and self-worth. These questions were taken from the Facebook group "Body Image for Christian Women" (Join anytime and look for opportunities to submit your questions!) Heather's first question today tackles the issue of when you "arrive" on your body image journey, if you finally stop hating your body. The listener asks if there's a certain point you reach when you either decide that you love your body or decide that your body doesn't matter. The second question today hits the topic of BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder) and what to do about it. Heather has addressed this topic before in this episode here: https://www.comparedtowho.me/what-to-do-if-you-hate-your-stomach-or-other-body-parts/ Heather also addresses a question about how to respond when others make comments about dieting, body size, looks, or other people's bodies. Finally, Heather tackles a question about what good could possibly come from gaining weight or getting fat. Heather delicately approaches the issue to encourage the listener that God can use all things for his good, even that! Want to learn more about Heather's new book, the 40-Day Body Image Workbook? Learn more here: https://amzn.to/3SmjuRh (Amazon affiliate link - tiny portion of purchase through this link supports this ministry) Learn more about group coaching or the new Body Image Freedom Framework online course: https://www.improvebodyimage.com/christian-body-image-course-coaching Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
Daryl Ruiter previews the Browns' matchup with the Cardinals, Deshaun Watson's return and the defense facing uncertainty with the Cardinals' quarterback situation as well.
The pandemic has changed the landscape of the workforce worldwide. It accelerated the shift to remote work, giving people the ability to do their jobs from the comfort of their homes. In this team-focused episode, Laura joins Dr. Charlotte Huntley to discuss their unique experiences and perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of working remotely. With a core team of five and clients worldwide, they talk about building a strong team culture, working through different communication styles, and balancing communication preferences and time zones. Dr. Huntley shares how she is aiming to build a personal connection with not only her team, but also through her consulting work as this helps create a sense of togetherness despite the physical distance. Keep In Touch Dr. Charlotte Huntley on LinkedIn Public Health Entrepreneurs PHEC Podcast