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The COVID-19 era is rough, to say the least. But let's put it in perspective. Every pandemic ends eventually, and this one will too.Today, assistant editor Jessica Roy with the L.A. Times' utility journalism team walks us through a century of past pandemics — from the 1918 flu to SARS — and the different ways they resolved, and she describes what's likely to happen in our future.Then medical historian Frank Snowden, a professor emeritus at Yale, reaches further back to explore how pandemics have changed society and what we've learned from them.More reading:Will this pandemic ever end? Here's what happened with the last onesCDC shifts pandemic goals away from reaching herd immunityFrom the archives, April 2020: From the Black Death to AIDS, pandemics have shaped human history. Coronavirus will too
Sam revisits his 2021 conversation with Sarah Schulman about ACT UP. The organization united a diverse, non-partisan group of individuals committed to direct action to end the AIDS crisis. In Schulman's book, Let The Record Show: A Political History of ACT UP New York, 1987-1993, she draws from nearly 200 interviews with ACT UP members to document the movement's history and explore how the group's activism transformed the way the media, the government, corporations and medical professionals talked about AIDS and provided treatment. Schulman and Sam discuss this transformation and its relevance to social movements today.You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at email@example.com.
Rick Sampson died yesterday, he was part of the WINZ family. SOFAR ad will be in the upcoming issue of R&R. No more Spring Break, and an AIDS story from WMWS. Neil Rogers tries out a new format, only talking to callers off the air. Glen screens the calls which makes Kyle very happy.
Brief summary of episode:Angie Kelley, Baltimore city resident of 16 years and Community Engagement Manager of Moveable Feast.About Moveable Feast:Home delivers medically tailored meals at no cost to Marylanders living at the intersection of critical illness and food insecurity. Our goal is to Feed People, Fight Disease, & Foster Hope by removing barriers to food access, provide nutritional education, and make sure our clients always feel supported. We started in 1989 to directly address the AIDS crisis, and 32 years later are still here and have expanded to serve cancer, diabetes, heart/liver/renal/lung disease, and those living in hospice.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.Mentioned in this episodeMoveable FeastTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episodeBe sure to check out our other podcasts:Mastermind Team's Robcast - Mastermind Team's Robcast is an irreverent and hilarious podcast covering all things pop culture and weird news. Let's Watch It Again - Let's Watch It Again is a movie review podcast from MTR The Network.★ Support this podcast ★
Yesterday, the SEC was told to hand over emails about ETH, giving Ripple a big win. Let's see what happens now that the discovery is postponed to February. The Mayor of Rio de Janeiro has said they will convert 1% of the city treasury to Bitcoin. And we wrap up the show talking about the Polygon network experiencing all time high activity! Whats causing it?? Around the Blockchain is your favorite Cryptocurrency show discussing Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and the top altcoins. Our four crypto experts include Naomi Brockwell, Rice TVx, Crypto Crow and Tom Crown. Tune in for their insightful crypto analysis!
Arthur and Ben met in church in the nineties. Both men grew up thinking that they might not find a church that accepted them as gay men and that they might not even find love as gay men. But one day in the pews of St. Bart's Episcopal church they found one another and they started a life together. They both wanted to be fathers and they tried open adoption and then regular adoption and fostering but there were so many road blocks.... This episode is the story of three decades of love, how these two found one another in the chaos of the AIDS crisis in the nineties, how they flourished in careers as a lawyer and a scientist. And how they ultimately both chose to leave those fancy careers and serve the church that first brought them together by going back to school. Today Arthur is a priest and Ben is a deacon. They both serve different churches in Georgia. This is a story about resilience and love and God and science and how all of those things come together in messy and beautiful ways. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On tonight's Johncast, all the MIRPs gather to review the upcoming movies of 2022, explore America's wildlife, and laugh inappropriately, and Cassandra laments the passing of America's favorite director, Bob Donavitch. Sack it up, yo! firstname.lastname@example.org
Hour 3: People are not denied the right to vote, they just need identification which isn't unreasonable. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis started immediately distributing tests that were close to expiring. CDC dazed and confused when they keep changing guidelines. Dr. Anthony Fauci had a hand in the 1980s AIDs crisis when he killed people with experimental drugs, sometimes without their knowledge.
Selma Dritz (1917-2008) was a compassionate physician and epidemiologist. She tracked the first known cases of AIDS in San Francisco, and is remembered as an early hero of the AIDS epidemic.History classes can get a bad wrap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more. Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Sundus Hassan, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejeda. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at email@example.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey
Jon Montoya isn't just walking around the world with Charity Miles... He's walking to all seven wonders of the world. 1. Chichén Itzá El Castillo, in Mexico 2. Machu Pichu, in Peru 3. Christ the Redeemer, in Brazil 4. The Colosseum, in Rome 5. Petra, in Jordan 6. The Taj Mahal, in India 7. The Great Wall of China It's a 25,000 mile journey that he estimates will take him seven years to complete. He started last July and has already completed 2,500 miles. So, he still has a long way to go. But he as already come very far, and learned quite a bit. Jon is walking in support of (RED) and to champion the World Health Organizations ambitious and inspiring 2030 Global AIDS Strategy - to eliminate AIDS by 2030. This may be my favorite interview yet - Jon is just incredible. Huge thanks to Jon for sharing so much with us and inviting us to be a part of his journey. >> Here's a link to Jon's YouTube. >> Here's a link to Jon's Instagram. >> Here's Jon's email if you'd like to drop him a note: firstname.lastname@example.org. #EveryMileMatters
2000 wird Nadja Benaissa mit der Castingband No-Angels über Nacht berühmt. Zehn Jahre später steht die Sängerin in Darmstadt vor Gericht. Der Vorwurf: gefährliche Körperverletzung. Sie soll ungeschützten Sex mit Männern gehabt haben, obwohl sie wusste, dass sie HIV positiv ist, sagt die Staatsanwaltschaft. Nadja Benaissa gesteht im Prozess und wird nach 5 Verhandlungstagen von einem Jugendschöffengericht zu einer zweijährigen Bewährungsstrafe verurteilt. Sie hat bedingt vorsätzlich gehandelt, aber nicht absichtlich, sagt der Vorsitzende Richter in der Urteilsbegründung. Das Gericht attestiert Nadja Benaissa Reue und wertet strafmildernd, dass die Staatsanwaltschaft ihre Infektion öffentlich gemacht hat, nachdem sie vor einem Konzert in Frankfurt festgenommen worden war und dann zehn Tage lang in Untersuchungshaft saß.
It should come as no surprise that the current property boom will create a new generation of wealthy Australians. However, if history repeats itself, most people who get into property investment this cycle won't become financially independent. Just look at what happened during the last property boom, and the ones before that. 92% of those who held onto their property never got past the second property. You can't develop financial independence from just one or two properties. Real estate has soared in value by more than 500% in the last 25 years, but most investors failed to develop a substantial portfolio. So, I've put together a special two-part series to help you make the most of our property markets. In today's show and the next one, I'm going to share with you 40 property investment lessons I've learned in the last 40 years to help you become a successful property investor and create lifetime wealth. Let me ask you a question… With the benefit of hindsight and knowing what you know now, if you had the opportunity to do so, would you have bought an investment property 40 years ago? I bet your answer would be yes. But what if you didn't have the benefit of hindsight and there we both were, back in 1980 and just as you were about to invest in a property I told you that in the next year or two Australia would fall into a recession and that in 6 years' time negative gearing would be removed only to be reintroduced a couple of years later. What if I told you there was going to be a stock market crash in 1987, and a severe recession in the early '90s, meaning that in the first decade of owning your investment property you would have had to face all those headwinds. Of course with the benefit of my time machine and you still being back in the 1980s as you planned to buy your first property I would also warn you about the upcoming AIDS scare and the SARS pandemic, the Asian financial crisis, September 11th, the Global Financial Crisis, the Coronavirus induced world recession. Would still have had the courage to buy that property back then in 1980? The answer for many people would now be: “No…why on earth would I invest in property knowing there are so many challenges, problems, and risks ahead?” Of course, they would have missed out on some amazing wealth-building opportunities, wouldn't they? I was already investing for almost a decade back in 1980 and I did buy another investment property that year. And over the years the capital growth I achieved from my investment properties allowed me to keep adding to my portfolio meaning that today I have a significant “cash machine” that gives me the lifestyle choices I was looking for back then. Of course, along the way, I've had some great investment wins but I've also made more than my share of mistakes. And I learned many lessons that I wish I knew back then, so here are… 40 property investment lessons I learned in the last 40 years The economy and our property markets move in cycles. Booms never last forever, neither do busts. That is mainly because most of us get swept up in the optimism or pessimism of others. Despite the ups and downs, the long-term trend for well-located capital city properties is rising values. Even though they are armed with all the research available in today's information age, economists never seem to agree where our property markets are heading and usually get their forecasts wrong. Every year we get hit by an X factor – an unforeseen event or situation that blows all our carefully laid plans away. Then every decade or so we have a major event and the world “breaks.” There are multiple property markets in Australia. Property investment is risky in the short term, but secure in the long term. It is definitely not a way to get rich quickly Since property is a long-term game, don't look for “what works now.” Instead, look for “what has always worked.” Residential property investment is a high growth, relatively low yield investment class. Don't try to make it something different. At times of poor or no capital growth, strategic property investors “manufacture” capital growth through property renovations or development. Residential investment is a game of finance with some houses thrown in the middle. Taking on debt is not a problem. Not being able to repay debt is an issue, meaning cash flow management is a critical part of wealth creation. Property investment is a process, not an event. Strategic investors not only buy properties, but they buy themselves time to ride out the cycle by having financial “cash flow” buffers in place. Wealth is the transfer of money from the impatient to the patient. I must thank Warren Buffet for that quote. The media is not there to educate you, but its job is to get you to click on their links so that they receive revenue from their advertisers. So don't rely on the media for investment strategy or advice. There will always be someone out there telling you not to invest in property. There will always be people out there telling you to invest in property. So, understand their vested interests – they don't usually have your best interests in mind. Savvy investors surround themselves with a great team and are prepared to pay their advisors – they see it as an investment, not a cost. If you're the smartest person on your team you're in trouble. You are going to make investment mistakes along the way and you'll either end up paying a significant learning fee to the market or you can pay your advisors and learn from their experience and mitigate your risks. Resources: Michael Yardney Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Shownotes plus more here: 40 property investment lessons I learned in the last 40 years – Part 1 | Summer Series Some of our favorite quotes from the show: “Don't be surprised when the booms and the busts come around and don't overreact.” – Michael Yardney “Over the years, I've found that it takes the average property investor around 30 years to become financially independent.” – Michael Yardney “Knowing what not to do, in my mind, is just as important in achieving success as knowing what to do.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how
It's 2022 and the boys are kicking it off with a bang, as an old member of the podcast joins them. They talk about golf goals for 2022, why training aids suck, and of course, pick major winners.Make sure to email us at email@example.com with any comments, topics, or questions for the show!Connect with us:Follow us on InstagramFollow us on TwitterLike us on FacebookThanks for listening!
Bill Handel talks about L.A.'s new plan for creating more housing, but an AIDS nonprofit wants in thrown out. Sex workers are being pitted against each other in a fight over California's new loitering law. The Theranos verdict indicting Elizabeth Holmes won't stop investors from pouring their money into the next big fraud scheme. And Extremism in the U.S. shifted after the January 6th insurrection; Bill tells you how.
Die Berliner Aids-Hilfe verfolgt gemeinsam mit anderen großen Metropolen das sehr ambitionierte Ziel, bis 2030 eine aidsfreie Welt zu erreichen. "Fast Track Cities" nennt sich dieses Projekt der Vereinten Nationen für HIV/Aids, kurz UNAIDS. Von Sybille Seitz
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"On the microphone I stand alone - sike. Pepa P got the left, I got the right. As if you didn't know the flow got better with the weather Fall off never that never, never wack ever" The next album up: Very Neccessary by Salt-N-Pepa. This album was released in '93 and covered a variety of controversial topics that were very prominent at the time. This album was critically acclaimed and sold millions of copies. Is it a classic to the Liner Notes Crew?
This week Ken welcomes writer/director/Box Mac co-host and Red Cow Entertainment Head Honcho Frankie Frain. Ken and Frankie discuss how much Ken loves everything Frankie does, the shock that Ken and Frankie don't already know each other, Emerson College, making niche content, The Angry Video Game Nerd/Cinemassacre controversy, making feature films, getting interest in the content you make, growing up with strict parents, the first R Rated movie Frankie every saw, how Frankie's dad experiences films differently, getting hid hard by F Bombs, quality films you never want to see again, the shift of sitcoms to reality TV, The American Underdog experience, wanting to see the rich and famous fail, Barney Miller, Car 54, Where Are You?, Kate & Alley, Mad About You, Boys Meets World, TV38, how M*A*S*H was old man TV, surviving under the smelliest conditions, TV tapings, Kelsey Grammer's return to television, Ken's early days at MMTV Melrose Mass cable access TV, how Ken is Forrest Gump, meeting Fred Willard, how awful having viral Tweets is, Ricky Gervais, the power of not giving a damn, the weird pivot of the famous and infamous to try stand up comedy, how Children put your life in tatters, body horror, Box Mac Holiday parodies, MST3K, the power of the right font, how the identification of Tweens as a consumer group ruined multi-cam sitcoms, Children's TV, Bluey, dogs, the infamous AIDS episode of Mr. Belvedere "Wesley's Friend", the long strange fascinating journey of Alvin and Chipmonks, The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Adventure Time, Frankie's daughter throwing up in his face, encouraging children's interests, asking questions about production, how people react to being filmed now vs in the 1980s, All in the Family, younger generations lack of historical knowledge of TV, why Friends is the Brady Bunch of Millennials/Gen Z, how great Molly Hagan is, the greatness of Frankie's muse John Hunt, the importance of sincerity, trying too hard, and the comfort we can provide with the content we make.
Read my new book, The Pursuit Of Excellence https://bit.ly/thepursuitofexcellence Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Text Hawk to 66866 for "Mindful Monday" This episode starts with a short review of 2021 and I share my goals for 2022. Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Gary Chapman, PhD, is the author of the bestselling The 5 Love Languages® series, which has sold more than 20 million worldwide and has been translated into 50 languages. Dr. Chapman travels the world presenting seminars on marriage, family, and relationships, and his radio programs air on more than 400 stations. Notes: The Five Love Languages: Words of Affirmation - Words of affirmation is about expressing affection through spoken words, praise, or appreciation. When this is someone's primary love language, they enjoy kind words and encouragement. Quality Time - For those who identify with quality time as their love language, love and affection are expressed through undivided attention. This means putting down the cell phone, turning off the tablet, making eye contact, and actively listening. Physical Touch - A person with this love language feels loved through physical affection. Acts of Service - For acts of service, a person feels loved and appreciated when someone does nice things for them, such as helping with the dishes, running errands, vacuuming, or putting gas in the car. Receiving Gifts - Gift-giving is symbolic of love and affection for someone with this love language. They treasure not only the gift itself but also the time and effort the gift-giver put into it. My personal Love Language assessment results: Quality Time: 37% Words of Affirmation: 33% Acts of Service: 20% Physical Touch: 10% Receiving Gifts: 0% We all express and receive love differently. Consequently, understanding those differences can make a serious impact on your relationship. According to Dr. Chapman, this exercise is one of the simplest ways to improve your relationships. Here are some ways that understanding love languages can improve your relationship: Promotes selflessness - When you are committed to learning someone else's love language, you are focused on their needs rather than your own. Creates empathy - As someone learns more about how their partner experiences love, they learn to empathize with them. Maintains intimacy - If couples regularly talk about what keeps their love tanks full, this creates more understanding in their relationship. Aids personal growth - When someone is focused on something or someone outside of themselves, it can lead to personal growth. Shares love in meaningful ways - When couples start speaking one another's love language, the things they do for their partners not only become more intentional but also become more meaningful. It's not a feeling. The “in love” feeling wears off after about 2 years. It's an attitude to love someone. “I want to do anything I can to enrich your life.” There is a thought process and intention behind it. Keys to being a better listener: Start with the intention to understand THEIR perspective Do not interrupt the other person Wait until they are completely done speaking How to earn back trust? Forgiveness is not a feeling, it's a choice. You have to make the choice to forgive someone. Thank you to Verywellmind.com for help preparing for this conversation
* Guest: Chris Carlson - Without God, we can never win, With God, we can never lose, The Battle for Freedom is the Lord's, but we need to be engaged in the fight! - Discussion of All Things Liberty. * NYC Struggling To Keep Going As Virus Spikes - More than 80% of adult New Yorkers are fully vaccinated. * US COVID-19 Cases Hit Record High, Hospitalizations and Deaths Remain ‘Comparatively Low' - CDC - TheEpochTimes.com * Marisa Fotieo flying from Chicago, IL, to Reykjavik, Iceland, tested positive for COVID-19 mid-flight and was quarantined in the bathroom on the plane, Told CNN she took two PCR tests and about five rapid tests before boarding, all of which had been negative. Fotieo is fully vaccinated and received the booster. * Between JetBlue, United Airlines, Delta, and American Airlines, more than 8,000 flights have been canceled since Christmas Eve. * Just Don't Take a Cruise, CDC Advises Warning applies regardless of the traveler's vaccination status. * Chapter 8 of The Real Anthony Fauci: White Mischief: Dr. Fauci's African Atrocities - Pharma-Colonialism. * If at First You Don't Succeed, Lie, Lie Again. * George W. Bush Announces Windfall for Drug Companies: On January 19th of 2002, he announced the appropriation of $15 billion to combat the spread of AIDS in Africa using Nevirapine a drug that they had previously used with deadly effect on orphans living in the Incarnation Children's Center in Manhattan. * Violating the Whistleblower protection Act! * Fauci stood to collect millions of dollars in royalties if Proleukin were to get FDA approval. In fact, fifty-one NIH scientists collect royalties on drugs that they have worked on. * Fauci, Everyone in science is terrified of crossing him. He's like a mafia kingpin. He controls everyone and everything in public health. He spreads so much money around and everyone knows he is vindictive.
"Fauci" profiles the doctor who's served as an adviser to seven American presidents as he grapples with the science and politics of Covid-19. Filmmakers John Hoffman and Janet Tobias look at Dr. Anthony Fauci's full career — including his previous work as an AIDS researcher.
In this episode from the series “Key Decisions in HIV Care,” W. David Hardy, MD, and Josep M. Llibre, MD, PhD, discuss important considerations for ART use in the context of virologic failure and resistance, including:A discussion of the definitions of the following: highly treatment experienced, complex ART, multidrug-resistant HIV, and limited treatment optionsThe scope of the problem, including data from the CNICS cohortDHHS and EACS guideline recommendations on the management of virologic failure and drug resistance, including recommendations for the use of genotypic and phenotypic genotyping and proviral DNA sequencingConstruction of an optimized background regimen with discussion of the OPTIONS, DAWNING, NADIA, and VIKING-3 trialsNovel treatment options, including ibalizumab and data from TMB-301/-311, fostemsavir and data from BRIGHTE, and lenacapavir and data from CAPELLAPresenters:W. David Hardy, MDScientific and Medical ConsultantAdjunct Clinical Professor of MedicineDivision of Infectious DiseasesKeck School of Medicine of USCLos Angeles, CaliforniaJosep M. Llibre, MD, PhDSenior Consultant Physician and Clinical ResearcherInfectious Disease and “Fight against AIDS and Infectious Diseases Foundation”Hospital Universitari Germans Trias i PujolBadalonaBarcelona, Spain Content based on an online CME program supported by educational grants from Gilead Sciences, Inc.; Janssen Therapeutics, Division of Janssen Products, LP; and ViiV Healthcare.Follow along with the slides at: https://bit.ly/3z9AtL0Link to full program:https://bit.ly/2TXTYWx
Fauci-funded and Fauci-supported "AIDS research" consisted of running medical experiments on children, among other horrors. Through it all, Fauci profited handsomely with his many "partners" in Big Pharma. Original Article: "Review: The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.
Fauci-funded and Fauci-supported "AIDS research" consisted of running medical experiments on children, among other horrors. Through it all, Fauci profited handsomely with his many "partners" in Big Pharma. Original Article: "Review: The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.
Rev. Celeste's guest is Corbie Mitleid. Corbie brings her skills as a Certified Tarot Master, psychic medium, past life specialist and channel. Corbie began using tarot as a teenager, influenced by a James Bond film. Corbie does not tell people what to do; she shares what options they have in the paths ahead. She intervenes if she hears they have been abused. She then counsels them to leave for their safety. Corbie draws out the allegory to help them find the meaning in the cards. Anyone can interpret the tarot in a way that is affirming and empowering.Mitleid is a past life specialist. Past life regression should only be done by a certified hypnotherapist because if someone is reliving something violent, they know how to pull you out so you can observe it, but not feel it. Corbie does past life retrieval. She goes to the Akashic records and provides the information to client. That way, the client does not have to relive trauma.As a theater major, writer, and history buff, she interprets through these strengths. Everyone approaches readings according to their skills. She does not use a pendulum or spirit art. Corbie suggests when talking to an intuitive counselor, don't expect the same thing from different people.Her book, "The Psychic Yellow Brick Road" was developed due to an incident at a fair in Canada. She describes a fake gypsy who "hooks" and traumatizes a client to swindle her. The book teaches you what to ask, how to choose, how to stay safe, when you shouldn't have a reading - all for the purpose of keeping the client safe.Corbie goes away when she does a psychic reader. She knows she is the vessel. She knows that ego will make you doubt yourself if you do not simply allow Spirit to have its full sway. Corbie chose the last name Mitleid because it means compassion. A woman told her she sucks but returned to Corbie when her reading proved to be true. Corbie giggled and continued to give her another reading. Mitleid has had death threats. She keeps a sign-in sheet to match up handwriting to the threatening one for the police. Intuits do not always get respect.She grew up Jewish. She looked at paths that have healing, service, love and humility. She rules out those who say they are the only ones with the right answer. She works with the Christ consciousness.They discuss the difference between incarnations and souls. When she does medical intuitive reads, her deceased insightful father often comes. We come here to learn certain things. Corbie advises karma is healing, service, contrast, unbalanced energy and healing of beliefs. She shared how Ryan White saved Elton John and, as a result, the AIDS foundation that was inspired by Ryan raised a half billion dollars. She believes that one can do much in a short time. Even when a woman has a miscarriage, she maintains her relationship with the soul of the fetus because they have a contract with each other.Corbie's examined life includes her bouts with breast cancer. She uses her pain as a part of her teaching. She talks about her troubles if it will help someone. Her way of life is "rollercoaster, no brakes". The soul integrates the good stuff and tosses out what is not needed.Sledding as a 4-year-old, Corbie's head hit a concrete bench that slammed her into her third eye. Others in her profession also ascribe their talents to head traumas in their childhood. Throughout her life, she has known there is magic in the world. Until she was on her own, she kept the magic hidden. Go to her website: corbiemitleid.com or find her Facebook at Fire Through Spirit, on YouTube, Pinterest, and Twitter as Corbie Mitleid. Go to Patreon to work with her through subscription. Her books are available on Amazon.Listen to Rev. Celeste's poem: "Warmth from the Cold.Support the show (http://paypal.me/rev107)
Famed AIDS Researcher Dr. Robert Gallo, co-discoverer of the HIV virus, which led to the first tests and treatments for AIDS. He is Director of the Institute for Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Co-founder of the Global Virus Network, a consortium of research centers of excellence in 66 countries around the world, a nongovernmental agency collaborating on emerging virus research. Dr. Gallo says their network of scientists knew early in the COVID-19 pandemic that the mRNA vaccines would be effective, but for a limited time, and that boosters will be required until the global outbreak is brought under control. He says it's too soon to predict the full impact of the omicron variant, but that it is likely to overwhelm many countries. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
We continue our series on 100 of the darkest moments in pop culture history and this week's show is a little different. We take a look at the profound impact the AIDS epidemic had on pop culture in the 1980s into the 1990s. Numerous important pop culture figures like Freddie Mercury, Rock Hudson, Anthony Perkins, Arthur Ashe, Tom Fogerty, Eazy E, and others, died from causes liked to AIDS and HIV. How different might music, TV, movies, sports, and more have been if the AIDS crisis had not struck?
Initiations come in all shapes and sizes, from graduating with a formal degree, to becoming a parent, to losing a parent. We can't control what experience the universe sends us, but we can meet each change with our full, honest selves. Alicia Connor inspires us with a story of taking a change and flowing with it on her own terms. Music by Terry Hughes Alicia Connor https://www.aliciaconnor.com Alicia's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT0DBT0dF_qEeiePwcxamMw Rate This Podcast https://ratethispodcast.com/shamepinata On an Android Device? https://shamepinata.libsyn.com/samsung Also check out: Do You Need A Ceremony (Pt 2) - Reinventing Ourselves https://ever-changing.net/episodes/s2e6-do-you-need-a-ceremony-pt-2 The Un-Baby Shower https://ever-changing.net/episodes/s2e5-the-unbaby-shower Full Transcript Connor: Like say if I'm traveling like in a car with somebody else. You know, they're driving, so I can't trust them. When are we going to go the bathroom? Where are we going to eat? Where are we going to get to drink something? So I just bring everything with me. It's not that I have trust issues, but I take care of myself. [LAUGHS] Initiations come in all shapes and sizes. From graduating with a formal degree, to becoming a parent, to losing a parent. We can't control what experience the universe sends us, but we can meet each change with our full, honest selves. Alicia Connor inspires us with a story of taking a change and flowing with it on her own terms. This is Shame Piñata. I'm Colleen Thomas. Welcome to Shame Piñata, where we talk about creating rites of passage for real-life transitions. Sometimes we see change coming and sometimes it's just kind of suddenly there. When it arrives without warning it can create a numbing, a blocking out, a wanting to turn away. This is so human. The cool thing is that as humans, we are incredibly adaptive and creative and often times we will take actions to find our center again without even realizing that's what we're doing. Like cutting our hair after a breakup. That could be conscious, that could be unconscious, but either way it's a step toward owning what's happening to us. Owning the change. Alicia Connor joins us today to share a story of going with the flow of life even when it flowed in a challenging direction. Alicia began to have some issues with her vision when she was 17. She saw some different health practitioners. They told her different things. Then, there was a diagnosis and a realization that things were going to change. Connor: I got glasses when I was 17 because that's when my vision loss started. But I didn't know it was this genetic thing that was going to actually cause vision loss, like ongoing. So when I was 17, I went to like, your average, eye store whatever, eye world in Boston, and I was getting this pair of glasses. And I remember the optometrist, he was like... he was like, do these do anything? Like, there was a sense... he was not confident that they did anything. It was basically like putting clean glass in front of my eyes. So like, a hair or two better, right? But I felt like, well, I'm driving, they help a little bit, so I should wear them, right? And like, what else? Like, am I... I didn't know that. I could say like, I don't think they do anything, because there was some difference. And he didn't seem to know enough to be like, "If they're only helping you a little bit, let's talk about that, and I could maybe like refer you to somebody else, or maybe you should see a like... somebody else". But there was definitely a lack of confidence in his voice that I remember, like his surprise. And then the reason why I went to the Rhode Island Eye Institute was after when I was 19, I went to get a second pair of glasses, because I was like you you're supposed to get new glasses every so and so whatever. Right? And you know, it seems like these aren't doing anything. And the optometrist that I went to at that time, she was hardcore. And she was like, "I don't know, I can't figure it out. I can't correct you. There's nothing I can do. I don't know what's going on." She called the Rhode Island Eye Institute right then and I was dilated, I was dilated... and I love it when people go out of their way and just go the next level, and she got me an appointment that day when I was dilated. Thomas: Oh, wow. Connor: So I literally just walked 20-30 minutes to the place and then was tested. The result of her test at the Rhode Island Eye Institute was a diagnosis of a genetic condition that would mean that her vision would decline over time and that someday she would need to stop driving. A short time after Alicia received the diagnosis, a sudden opportunity came up to really change things up in her life. It involved a long drive. A long drive that would ultimately become her last drive. Connor: I actually remember my last drive as like, like, an adventure, like it was fun. I was 19 and I just dropped out... A good friend of mine from that I knew since fourth grade was going to school in Western Massachusetts, and I was going to school in Providence, Rhode Island. But she asked me just before Thanksgiving that year if I would be interested in to move to San Francisco. And she was like, "Oh, by the way, I need to know in three days." So I was like, "Okay, I'm on it. I'm thinking, I'll get back to you." And I knew like when she says three days, then that means three days, it doesn't mean five. And I had mean some awesome connections in Providence, Rhode Island, but not enough to like ground me there. And there was enough challenging experiences that year to to not see like, like... a new chapter would be helpful at that time. And so I turned back and I told my friend after three days, "Yeah, let's do it!" So we set the date for January 1 we are going to leave the East Coast and start driving toward San Francisco. And what's interesting is around that time period, it was just that year, I had been diagnosed with hypoplasia of the optic nerve at the Rhode Island Eye Institute. And it was interesting that… it was… it was that year, right? Like I was diagnosed with this vision loss condition that was genetic, and told, like, I'm not gonna be able to drive someday but I didn't know when that was. And I could see well then and I could drive then and so it wasn't a problem at that moment, but it was an imminent problem. I'm not going to be able to drive someday. That's a huge thing. Most of us expect to stop driving in our 80's, not some significant time before that. As I listened to Alicia's story, I began to wonder if this drive, this last drive, was a kind of rite of passage. Connor: It just kind of is interesting, in hindsight, but looking back at the story that my life... that it was that year that I actually like, was there any thought on like my visual loss in like what I was going to do? Like, I have no idea maybe the subconscious was like, you gotta just do this because of the I don't know, who knows. We don't know what Alicia's spirit was thinking then, but I was decisive, which is really cool. And so yeah, so what was interesting was I was the one that rented the extension van, you know, not like a regular van, but like an extension van that could, like we could store both of our stuff in there. And I was literally taking everything I owned and she wasn't taking everything she owned because she had parents that could store stuff for her. And so that was also an interesting detail. Like, this is all of my stuff. So I picked up the truck in Providence, Rhode Island, and then I drove to Boston, by myself, picked her up, and then we went to like, New Year's Eve party. And then the morning of, we hit the road. And we took… because she… my friend had a couple friends she wanted to visit along the way. So we took, like this really weird route. They went to Memphis and hung out with Elvis's stuff in Graceland, through Kansas and Colorado, switching off driving the whole time. And then they got to Utah. Connor: ...and when I was driving in Utah I just started crying. And when I was like packing and everything in Rhode Island and I like had to you know give notice in my apartment, I had to give notice my job, I had to drop out of school... Thomas: Wow, so much! Connor: Yeah, and like get rid of stuff and, "Okay, do I really want this?" I get rid of all these things. And I had to get my cat, the cat that I grew up with, I had when I was in Providence for like, I don't know, three quarters of the time, and I had to give that cat to my mom and... there was just a couple details. Basically, I didn't figure out that I had done something really big and like I was in huge transition, right, until I got to Utah. There was a delayed response and this is, you know, this was kind of common for me in terms of emotions. I'm more of an observer, or was more of an observer as a kid and a younger adult, or... in terms of my younger years. And so it made sense that it I was like, all of a sudden, like, "Oh, my gosh!" And so my friend was like, "You got to pull over." And it happened to be in this part of the highway where it's not ideal to pull over, but she was like, "Pull over. You have to like... we have no choice." So we pulled over and then we sat on the curb, and or like, whatever... it was, like a curb like section that we sat down. And I was like... [SOBBING SOUNDS] You know? And she was like, "What's up?" And it was just like, "Everything!" Right? There was no answer. It was like, like, I don't even know what I said. But I knew it was like everything. Yeah... the unknown. And I knew, like, I didn't have that much money, like, a couple hundred bucks. And then I knew I had like a check for like, $300 that was going to be sent to my temporary apartment from my work. And so it was just like, all of these... all of the uncertainty in everything just crashed. And so my friend was nice and comforting and everything. And then she took over driving. And it was just... It was actually, I think it was a relief that that happened before we actually got to San Francisco. Because I remember when we got to San Francisco, like we were on Haight Street, and we parked either after we moved all our stuff in my friend's sister's apartment. But I remember when I parked that van, that I was like, "This is maybe the last time I'm going to drive." Like I just had that feeling. I was like, "This is it, I'm gonna not drive. This is happening soon. And like me in the van... like that's it." Thomas: Wow. Connor: And I was just very conscious of it, not in like a stressful way, and I wasn't talking about it with my friend. It was just something I just knew that it would be better because I could drive then. I think it's better to make a decision when you know about something and be able to process it before you are forced to. Because I think... I mean, it's not possible all the time, but if you have like a suggestion of like, "Hey, maybe this is something you should look into", or whatever - it could be related to health, it could be anything, you know - preventing any sort of struggle, or any kind of like issue in the future is always a great strategy. And I was thinking randomly once in a while, like when I had my license, like I was like, "This is my last like driver's license." Thomas: Hmmm. Wow. Connor: So I did… I didn't think about it, but it didn't. It wasn't something that I was like freaked out about. And I think it was because I could see well then. Thomas: Yeah. So you're sort of in like an empowered place within the realm. Connor: Exactly. In control. And it's much easier to make, it's like if you're grounded and you're like, "Okay, this is the... it's on my side like this is my decision. Now." Instead of the external. Like say, some people experience vision loss, very dramatic, right? There's an event and so can be very stressful and that's because it happened very quickly. There was no preparation for it, and so that's a totally different situation and that is much more challenging. [MUSIC] I want to invite you to take a breath with me [BREATHES] and invite you to appreciate yourself for being here to listen to Alicia's story. This is a story about the human body and illness and disability. These are words that can make us unconsciously close down, or turn away, or kind of leave. When I first began working in the disability community, I was taught that sometimes we don't rush with gusto toward these concepts because being differently abled or having a chronic illness, is a club that anyone can join at any time and that's really scary. And bodies change and illness happens, and they make up some of the million transitions we go through in our lives. Each one, a journey. The transition from one experience of being in a body to the next experience of being in the same body (that's different now) is a journey. As choreographer Bill T Jones (who, by the way, is HIV positive and who lost his partner Arnie Zane to AIDS) as he says, "My body is a spiritual experience that's constantly growing and changing." [MUSIC] Connor: I think... I think transitions are really interesting and I tend... I've had a couple of experience where I'm kind of like the all... it's not like the all or nothing ,but like deal with everything all at once. Like when I broke up with long-term relationship. It felt... I was like, going through a lot. My father passed away around the same time and it was just like this thing. It was kind of like... it was a similar, a very similar experience of when I was given this opportunity like, "Hey, Alicia, do you want to move to San Francisco? I need to know in three days," I was given this opportunity and then I was forced to assess my life. And my father's death was that opportunity to assess my life and how I was living it. Because when somebody passes away the reflection on what... how life is going with the person could me is a common experience. And here I was forced to look at my life because my father passed away... And it was a good thing, he was a Vietnam vet, an alcoholic, and it was time for him to go. He had enough time on this world and I'm sure he's rocking it in his next life. And so it was like relieving and everything, but it's still like death and grieving. And I think the main thing about transitions is like seeking out the support you need and talking about it with others. And sometimes we might not want to talk about it and that might be a great time to journal, just to get it out. Thomas: Mm hmm, yeah. Connor: Letting yourself go through the transition and feel the feelings. Because sometimes transition can produce or increase anxiety, but that's the unknown. And the fear of unknown, and things usually work out. We have a choice, like... like go the the fearful, anxiety-ridden, intense route and just kind of be a monster or... and not approachable. Or we could, you know, go through life and experience it, because there's a lot to experience and enjoy much more to experience and enjoy the struggles. Thomas: Wow. Well, thank you, thank you so much for telling, telling me the story, telling us the story, and the insights that you have into it. And I just think it was so brave of you to just... to just take that risk and do that move. And I feel like it's very in line with the spirit of you that I know. You're very bold, and you're very brave. You're strong. Connor: Thank you. Thank you so much, Colleen. Letting ourselves go through the transition and feel the feelings. Seeking out the support we need by talking about it with others. These are the reasons I love Alicia. She's so keyed in to the essence of being human, of being vulnerable, and being bold at the same time. Life surprised Alicia with a big change and she took action to own that change, to flow with it on her own terms. In a way, the cross-country drive was part of how she marked the transition, how she reinvented herself at a time when the universe had thrown her a curveball. I hope Alicia's story and spirit inspire you to do something bold today, something maybe you're not even sure you can do. Alicia Connor is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Chef in San Francisco. She is the creator of "Quick & Delish by Alicia Connor," a meal planning and cooking series on YouTube that brings wellness to people by helping them create meals that are quick, delicious, and nutritious. Learn more about her work at https://www.aliciaconnor.com. Our music is by Terry Hughes. You can follow us on IG and Twitter at shamepinata. You can reach us through the contact page at our website, shamepinata.com. And you can subscribe to the podcast on Radio Public, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite player. We'll be back in February with Season 3. I'm Colleen Thomas. Thanks for listening.
In this episode, Kim picks up where she left off in Part 1, with her decision in 1985 to stay in town and go to college at SF State. She was, as she says, "deeply" into politics. She attended protests at the DNC in 1984, which took place in San Francisco. She felt pressures from the Red Power Movement, and talks about how tricky it was to be just the right amount of Indian. It was the middle of the Reagan era and Kim lived in the Castro, where AIDS was ravaging the gay community and the president infamously refused to even say the name of the disease. As far as she and anyone in her life knows, Kim has always written. After college, a friend surprised her by asking Kim to read poetry live in front of people. She's been doing that on and off since then. Kim talks about Murdered Missing, her book of poems on the large number of Indian women who disappear, even here in The City. She spent many years teaching Native American arts, both at SF State and CCA. She taught origami arts at elementary schools all over The City. She has also written curriculum for The Exploratorium. Kim shares the story of becoming San Francisco's seventh poet laureate, including how and where she was when she learned the news. She says she's incredibly honored to have been bestowed with the honor. (Tongo Eisen-Martin is the current poet laureate: Part 1 / Part 2). We end this episode with Kim talking about what it means to still be here and her outlook for her hometown: San Francisco. If you're still listening at this point, keep going to hear Kim reading a couple of poems for us. We recorded this podcast at Kim's partner's house in The Sunnyside in December 2021. Photography by Michelle Kilfeather
Marc Thomson was just getting his footing as a young Black gay man in South East London when AIDS hit. Hear his story as he introduces us to people whose experiences have often been overlooked, including trans people, sex workers, and people of color. Listen to the entire series here or wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hanna returns from Cancun still pale and discusses the value of marriage with the recently engaged Skylar. They also gossip about low-key Hollywood surgeries, open bars at weddings, and Hanna's new lip injections. They also shit on the Sex and the City reboot and debate Licorice Pizza. Hanna also vents about her AIDs scare. Leave a review (only if it's good tho) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Listen Now to Dr.Mrs. Future Show with Jim Rintoul We start off the show today with a transmission from Jupiter’s Ganymede, thanks to our NASA probe, Juno. We also tune into two explorers currently trekkng across Antarctica, collecting data on what the Martian environment might do to our body and mental health. And bouncing a laser off of a spacecraft orbiting the moon, well..that could lead to some great interplanetary light shows! :-) Also this week, local writer and pundit Jim Rintoul joins us in the studio to give us a report on Five Pandemic Books for the Holidays. Jim particularly delves into Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s book, The Real Anthony Fauci, Skyhorse Publishing, 2021. Like a prosecutor, outlining the timeline of a crime, Kennedy reveals the actions and motivations of Fauci since the beginning of his governmental career in the 1970’s involving the Swine flu, AIDS, H1N1 Bird Flu until the present pandemic, showing his allegience to Big Pharma from the beginning, and other disturbing behaviors. Jim does an excellent job in reviewing Kennedy’s book, and ties the revelations into the narrative of the other 4 books worthy of our attention for the Holidays. Enjoy! Jim Rintoul betwen the Futures at KSCO studios
Tara and EmKay are back for part two of the final episode of Season 2: Musical Adaptations of Oz and are here to bring their respective honorable musical mentions! Rabbit holes include Tom and Jerry's The Wizard of Oz (2011), The Wizard of AIDS educational touring program, The Muppets' Wizard of Oz (2005) and more.Stay tuned for our final interview episode dropping Sunday - it's a special one!Show Notes:Down the YBP Etsy ShopThe Wiz de Musical (2006)Nurlaia KarimTom & Jerry The Wizard of Oz (2011)The Wizard of Oz (1982 Anime)Somewhere Over The Rainbow - AshantiThe Wonderful Recap of Oz - The Muppets' Wizard of OzReview: In ‘The Woodsman,' a Love Lost in Oz Under a Witch's Spell"Oz"-Flavored Musical, Was, Gets World Premiere by Ohio's Human Race Theatre Oct. 14-31Kristin Chenoweth on Over The Rainbow | CBCThe National Tour of "OZ" starring Diana DeGarmo.HealthWorks Theatre of Chicago - Wizard of AIDSPatreon - DTYBPHonorable Mentions:The Wiz de Musical (2006)Tom & Jerry The Wizard of Oz (2011)The Wizard of Oz (1982) AnimeThe Muppets' Wizard of Oz (2005)Miss Gulch Returns (1984 cabaret)Was The Musical (2004)The Woodsman (2012 play)Over the Rainbow reality show (Canadian version)The Wiz - La Jolla Playhouse (2006)Oz National Tour starring Diana DeGarmo (2009)The Wizard of AIDS (1987)Instagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshrayPatreonOriginal music by Shane ChapmanEdited by Emily Kay Shrader
At the height of the AIDS crisis, Mark Woodley disclosed his HIV status and lost his job as a Macy's Santa Claus. In this episode of the StoryCorps podcast, Mark speaks with his friend Jon Winkleman about the moment they decided to take action.
This episode of Fight Back is an all-encompassing update on the COVID-19 pandemic.Our guest is Dr. Linda Halderman, a board-certified general surgeon with over 20 years of experience. Her interest in medicine and public health began after high school when she volunteered at an HIV clinic and hospice during the 1980's AIDS pandemic. Dr. Halderman had her first experience treating a deadly virus in 2009 when she provided medical relief for three months in the U.S. territory of American Samoa during the H1N1 influenza pandemic. Since March 2020, Dr. Halderman has studied the SARS-CoV2 novel coronavirus, providing public education on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of COVID-19. During one of the surges, she served as a relief physician at a COVID-19 field hospital and antibody infusion center set up by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. She continues to volunteer at mass vaccination sites in southern Nevada and rural communities. As we enter the third year of the pandemic, Linda will review what we have learned about the biology, prevention, and treatment of COVID-19, including how it mutates into new variants like Omicron, the monumental success of the mRNA based vaccines and why they are the primary weapon to defeat the pandemic, the development of new treatment options for those infected with COVID-19, and more.
MacGruber is back, Detroit Lions dominate, Jim Irsay's great life, AIDS, VP Kamala Em-Harris-ment, Elon Musk v. Sen. Elizabeth Karen Pocahontas Warren, Louis CK's new stand up, and too much Omicron.Marc apologizes for his garbage voice today.The Detroit Lions defeated the Arizona Cardinals. Marcus is furious that the draft is falling apart for the Lions because they certainly won't make any bad picks.Urban Meyer is a liar and an a-hole. He was really mean to Jeremy Fowler in 2010. He was really mean to Aaron Alexander in 2001. Gigi Meyer unbiasedly has her dad's back.Our old penis pal, Jamie Gagne, has finally ended his wooden weiner war.MacGruber is on Peacock and you should watch it. We now have more drops of Jeff Bezos having sex.ABNN: Antonio Brown is back, baby! Drew compares AB to Britney Spears. His Cameos game is still Hall of Fame strong.Other Sports: Carlos Correa turned down an offer from the Tigers for 10-year, $275,000,000.00. Tiger Woods and his son dressed alike and played gold together and no one thought about his cheating on Elin. LT got BUSTED and is facing felony charges, but he's trying his best. Ferris State are champions. EMU blew it. Dylan Larkin got his first hat trick. ESPN promotes a show about a fake hate crime.Triple Threat Johnny made a cameo appearance in Hard Knocks. Jim Irsay brags about all his memorabilia and Drew may have noticed some whoppers.All Drew wants for Christmas is a few more followers on Twitter to overtake Dustin Diamond.An explosion in Madison Heights slowed down a very small about of our merch deliveries.41 idiotic kids have been arrested for threats since the Oxford shooting.RFK Jr. is the king of anti-vaxxers, but requires vaccines for his personal parties.Omicron is all the rage this holiday season.We discuss AIDS. Some people are saying the fear of AIDS and fear of COVID are a bit similar.NYC is the epicenter for Omicron. Taylor Swift and Buzzfeed Christmas parties are super spreader events.VP Kamala Harris does more damage for her administration.Omicron took out SNL, it can't stop Spiderman.The White House is on fire with cool booster videos.Elon Musk vs Sen Elizabeth Karen Pocahontas Warren. According to "Lack of Joy" Reid, Elon is culturally appropriating "Karen".Jackson Mahomes is "unbothered" by everybody hating him meaning that he is quite bothered. He's the worst.Some no talent jerk took a clip out of our show (totally out of context) and made fun of us. Give them 5 stars and a terrible review.Louis CK has a new special out... on the internet only. We play a snippet.As a great judge of male companions, Jennifer Lopez has SO MUCH respect for Ben Affleck as a father.Drakeo the Ruler was murdered at the Once Upon a Time in LA Fest.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Dr. Ali Mushtaq is a sociologist and title-holding Leather Daddy. Ali is passionate about a socially inclusive form of BDSM education that is conscious about race and gendered equality and is the co-author of a soon-to-be-published book about Black women AIDS activists. The hosts chat with Ali about the "pageantry" of competing for Mr. Leather and what socially inclusive BDSM can look like. You can read all about Ali and check out some smokin' photos at gettingwolfie.com. Jeremie and Bryde chat about avoiding sleeping with your cousin in Iceland, AND their UPCOMING LIVE (VIRTUAL) SHOW - you can register to attend here: www.algonquinsa.com/event/turn-me-on-podcast-3/Have an incredible holiday season and we'll see you in 2022!Thank you endlessly to all the Patrons of the podcast at patreon.com/turnmeonpodcast. $5+ PATRONS: check out the video version of today's foreplay! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pornhub's Year in Review, NFL's COVID outbreaks, Ben Affleck blames Jen Garner for his boozing, George Harrison's new video, BranDon is mad at Emagine Theaters, and the coolest 101-year-old possibly ever.Some people are saying that Fox 2's Amy Andrews and STP's Jeff Gutt are engaged to be married. They are Wikipedia official.Paul Glantz has ignored BranDon's compliments over the years and instead correctly chose Jay Towers, Brad Galli, Bushman and others get to be the faces of the Emagine franchise.The Cobras & Panthers is a better gang story than West Side Story.Michigan voters are scared of inflation, but are doing great with their own finances. Apparently, Detroit and Flint residents are too poor to afford water.Billie Eilish's porno comments have led to steamy emails to Drew.COVID is the new AIDS according to the Wall Street Journal.Pornhub Year in Review shows us how creepy we all are when searching for adult content.Lyla interrupts the show to feast on Marc's watch.Tom Mazawey announces a brand-new Legacy winner. Congrats, Hunter Pierce!Meaningless Bowl games are BACK this Friday.Paul Bashi is the worst. See for yourself and remember that the couple is now married.The Livingston County Sheriff don't seem to like Kasey Helton's Twitter posts.Local Schools: Garden City High School put on lockdown. Oxford schools remain closed. Detroit has 16 shooting threats.Elissa Slotkin proposes gun legislation that will go nowhere.Vaccine family fights are ruining ChristmasLenny Landau is the coolest 101-year-old. He has no grey hairs and hasn't been sick in 80 years.Matt Jennings is following Barbara Eden on Twitter for some reason.Rebecca Gayheart wants nothing to do with her 2nd cousin, Jennifer Leigha... allegedly.The new George Harrison music video makes absolutely no sense, but some people enjoyed it.Braylon Edwards blames Tom Mazawey for stiffing us on an interview.Over 100 NFL players have COVID. NBA games are being postponed due to outbreaks.Jennifer Garner forced Ben Affleck to be an alcoholic and he just had to get away according to Ben Affleck. By the way, JLo still wants you to bang her.Drew wants NOTHING to do with Ridley Scott's The Last Duel.Tristan Thompson was looking for a hump and dump, but got a baby. He cheats on Khloe a lot.The only Black juror in Jussie Smollett case never believed him because he left the noose around his neck.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show with Drew revealing one of the aesthetics to watch in 2021 and how it related closely to our response to Covid. As they continue to discuss the response to Covid, specifically in California and how it's impacting Adam's children at their school. Drew also marvels at the religious nature surrounding mask wearing in California and breaks down the news surrounding the new variant and how the media has been reacting. Drew harkens back to the development of the AIDS epidemic and recounts some of the mistakes that were made but still can be viewed logically and how that differs from Covid. As the show wraps up they speak with a caller who is working for the US Census and wants their opinions. Please Support Our Sponsors: Subscribe to The Jordan Harbinger Show Con-Cret.com/podcast MoinkBox.com/ADS TalkSpace.com, promo code ADS Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM
“The more things change, the more they stay the same.” The covid virus is mutating constantly, but the basic facts of viral transmission stay the same. China spread covid to the world in December 2019 by allowing International flights out of Wuhan while curtailing their own domestic air and rail travel. Trump was called a xenophobe for stopping flights from China and for calling it a Chinese virus. Back when children got the “German Measles It was ok to name the country of origin. As an expert on epidemics and public policy Savage speaks with knowledge and passion. His book “Immigrants and Epidemics” that was CANCELLED because it might hurt somebody's “feelings”. His beautiful San Francisco was ravaged by a disease from Africa called AIDS while Anthony Fauci pushed expensive and dangerous drugs instead of public health measures. It's happening again with covid, with Fauci *still* calling the shots. Under Barack Obama the “Honduran Flu” (EV-D68) ravaged American children with a polio-like paralysis, but the CDC pretends not to know where it came from. Throughout history humans have spread killer diseases to new populations. What's changed is that our scientific understanding of epidemics has advanced. But what hasn't changed is that powerful people (Biden, Fauci, Pelosi, etc.) still stand to gain power & riches from them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by going straight to the phones and speaking with a caller from the Pacific Northwest who attempts to defend his region from some of Adam's 'Seattle Based Flight Crew' comments. They also speak to a caller who has thoughts about Anthony Fauci today as viewed through the lens of his past work on the AIDS epidemic. They also discuss the current situation in California and express some hope that the tide is possibly turning despite wide swaths of the population still being happily crate trained Please Support Our Sponsors: Cameo.com/ADS GetRoman.com/ADS Lifelock.com, promo code ADAM
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In today's episode, Andy & DJ talk about CNN suspending Chris Cuomo after new documents revealed he helped his brother former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo who was facing sexual harassment charges, Dr. Oz's announcement to run as a Republican for the open U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania and Fauci's NIH funding lethal medical experiments on Orphans with AIDS in NY City.