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Former VP Mike Pence says he would testify before the January 6 Committee, Tuesday's election results for Rep. Liz Cheney and Sen. Lisa Murkowski, interview with Arizona Republic's Debra Utacia Krol on drought-induced Colorado River water allocation cuts (27), interview with Heritage Foundation's Peter Brookes on attempt to revive 2015 Iran nuclear deal (39). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cotton, cattle, climate, copper, and citrus. These have been the driving forces of Arizona's economy for generations. Flora and fauna and industries that do very well in our arid desert. While the 5 C's won't quickly become the 5 C's and an O, there is another overlooked product that has nonetheless taken root here. Olives. Olive trees are among some of the oldest agricultural trees in the state from the Valley all the way down to the University of Arizona in Tucson. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we explore the ways olive trees and their fruits have thrived in the desert for over 100 years.
Arizona Republic's Nick Piecoro joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty to preview the 4-game Giants-DBacks series starting Monday nightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Arizona Republic's Nick Piecoro joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty to preview the 4-game Giants-DBacks series starting Monday nightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A rebroadcast of a 2019 episode: Did you know that Phoenix had one of the most successful local children's shows of all time? "The Wallace and Ladmo Show" ran from 1954 to 1989, collecting fans like Steven Spielberg and Alice Cooper along the way. What made the show a success was its dark humor. Yes, it was a kids' show, but it featured characters like Aunt Maud, who liked reading tragic stories to children. Or Marshall Good, an unemployed "cowboy" from New Jersey who had never ridden a horse. Kids may have tuned in for the cartoon, but high schoolers and their parents got the more offbeat jokes. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast from The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, podcast editor Katie O'Connell explores the history of this Valley original.
Votes are still being counted, but an early look at Arizona's 2022 primary race shows in what direction it's heading. Maybe the most important thing to know is that former President Donald Trump's preferred candidates are doing well. In the U.S. Senate race, Blake Masters beat out his four rivals on the Republican ticket. And in the state Senate, House Speaker Rusty Bowers, who famously rejected Trump's requests to help sidestep voters in the 2020 election, is losing to Trump-endorsed David Farnsworth. Eyes are still on one of the most contentious races. The Republican gubernatorial contest between Trump-backed Kari Lake and Mike Pence-backed Karrin Taylor Robson is in a virtual tie. The winner will face Democrat Katie Hobbs. This week on The Gaggle, a podcast by the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, host Ron Hansen gives an inside look into the Republic newsroom on election night. He is joined by reporters Stacey Barchenger, Mary Jo Pitzl, Tara Kavaler and Ray Stern as they analyze the early results and what they could mean for voters in the November general election.
A series of ominous events (including Kyler testing positive for covid) for Kyler Murray have transpired since he agreed to his max contract extension, Jody believes its nothing to worry about, Arizona Republic beat writer, Nick Piecoro joins to discuss the D-Backs plans for the MLB Trade Deadline
Welcome to THE FAN EXPERIENCE, A Phoenix Rising FC Supporters Podcast - Episode 67! Phoenix Rising FC end Week 21 of the USL Championship (Twitter: @USLChampionship) with a nil all draw against Oakland Roots and a dominant 4-0 win over Colorado Springs Switchbacks which included an INCREDIBLE OLYMPICO from Aodhan Quinn!! The game against Colorado came on the heals of a heavy thunderstorm that dumped rain on the valley. It didn't dampen our spirits - the fans showed up, the team showed up, and the goals most certainly showed up. In this episode: Game Roundup : On July 27, Phoenix Rising FC beat Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC 4-0 in Phoenix. Joining us for the game roundup is Theo Mackie (Twitter: @theo_mackie), a sports journalist who covers Phoenix Rising FC for The Arizona Republic newspaper (Twitter: @azcsports and @azcentral), and our regular analyst Kelley McCarthy. July Roundup : At the end of each month Dominic Kearns (Twitter: @PositivelyDOM) updates us on everything that's been going on with Phoenix Rising FC. He puts the team's performance in perspective, finds interesting tidbits, and gives his predictions for next month! Awesome! USL News and Results : John Morrissey (Twitter: @USLTactics) is an analyst for Sacramento Republic FC, a co-host of @theUSLshow and a contributor to @backheeled. Each week he reviews the news and results around that league that matter to Phoenix Rising fans! Always fascinating! Game Preview : Phoenix Rising (Twitter: @PHXRisingFC) host Las Vegas Lights on August 6. They've beaten us twice before but we're not going to let it happen on home turf! Please share and ENJOY this ad-free podcast with a friend. We'd love it if you would tweet, rate, review, subscribe and follow this podcast. Please send your questions, thoughts, and ideas to us: email@example.com Follow us on twitter @FanExperienceFC Thanks for downloading, listening and subscribing! The invitation is always there for YOU to come on the show and talk Rising!! Sam Healy composed and recorded our theme music - in 24 hours! His EP "Cherry Cola" debuted in 2021 and is available here: https://samhealy.bandcamp.com/album/cherry-cola-ep --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fanexperiencefc/message
One of the most popular ways to beat the heat is with a scoop of ice cream. Whether it's a classic flavor like chocolate or something more adventurous like olive oil, there's always something for everybody. For some people, ice cream may not be an option. They may have learned of a recent allergy or have decided to become vegan. But plenty of shops around the Valley serve ice cream that anybody, regardless of their allergies or diets, can safely eat. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we visited ice cream shops in the Phoenix area that cater to customers with dietary restrictions.
Hosts Stormy Buonantony and Dave Ross talk with a trio of guests including CBS Sports MLB Writer RJ Anderson, former MLB manager and player Phil Garner and Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. They break down the MLB trade deadline and preview the Arizona Cardinals season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kyler Murray's contract extension keeps him the quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals through 2028. Were there any rumblings about the Cardinals not paying Kyler Murray? Was there ever a trade possibility? What kind of window are the Arizona Cardinals in now to win? Both Tom Pelissero of NFL Network and Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic join the show to give a national and local perspective respectively regarding the future of Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals. Find and follow Locked On Cardinals on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple https://apple.co/3gzT6Pg Spotify https://spoti.fi/3wsOL7a Audacy https://bit.ly/3xdaqjU Stitcher https://bit.ly/3cFWffn Google https://buff.ly/2yH7WOl Megaphone https://bit.ly/2RUBlC5 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The House committee investigating the riot at the U.S. Capitol has been meeting publicly for over a month now. So far, its investigation into the uprising has uncovered new information making it clear former President Donald Trump and his political team were involved in inciting the mob. Arizona, the state with the closest contest in the 2020 election and some of the staunchest Trump allies on Capitol Hill, is a recurring topic in the hearings. Because Arizona's state Legislature was controlled by Republicans, Trump and his allies made the state one of the key targets of their pressure campaign to sidestep voters. This week on The Gaggle, a podcast by the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, host Ron Hansen is joined by Republic reporter Richard Ruelas. Ruelas has covered the extremist groups involved at the insurrection. Together, they recap how Arizonans were linked to the Jan. 6 uprising and the hearings that followed.
ABOUT: Kevin Salcido is the Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Arizona State University. Kevin has been a human resources leader for over 30 years. Early in his career, Kevin had a senior personnel role with a major retail chain in Phoenix and spent time as the Southwest region HR manager for the Pepsi-Cola Company, a division of PepsiCo. Salcido then became the Vice President of Human Resources at Central Newspapers, Inc.; a media and information company that operated seven daily newspapers include The Arizona Republic and The Indianapolis Star. Salcido was then Senior Director of labor and employee relations and leadership and workforce development at Arizona Public Service before joining ASU in 2007. Kevin's major areas of interest include employee and labor relations, organizational development, building performance-based cultures, creating inclusive work environments and leadership coaching. Kevin holds a B.S. in Justice Studies and an MBA from Arizona State University. Kevin's non-professional interests include travel, hiking, rafting, golfing and anything else outdoor- related. Kevin is also a licensed private pilot. He lives in Phoenix with his wife, Toni. STAY CONNECTED: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.yourafternoonmentor.com __________________ Thank you again for joining us today! If you know anybody that would benefit from this episode please share it with them and help spread the knowledge and motivation. Don't forget to show your support for the Rise Up For You Podcast by writing a review on iTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better! Check out www.riseupforyou.com for more podcast episodes, webinars, events, and more to help you get to the next level in your personal and professional life! You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Youtube @riseupforyou Looking for more support? Grab your free coaching call with our team completely FREE! Bring your questions about Confidence, Leadership or Business and we will assign you the best coach to provide customizable support. SCHEDULE YOUR FREE CALL HERE riseupforyou.com/coaching
It's officially the dog days of summer. Not only does it feel like it because Phoenix has seen triple-digit temperatures since early May, but according to the Farmer's Almanac, the “dog days of summer” run from July 3 to Aug. 11. It is hot, with no sign of slowing down soon. While it feels slightly unbearable outside and you might be wondering why you live in Phoenix anyway, this is also the perfect time to pack the car, hit the road, get out of the city and reconnect with nature. Because not all of Arizona feels this hot all summer. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we are joined by Arizona Republic cultures and outdoors reporter Shanti Lerner for recommendations on where you can go to keep things cooler.
Bob McManaman, beat writer covering the Arizona Cardinals for the Arizona Republic and AZCentral, gives us a rundown of the Cardinals headed into camp including the expected signing of QB Kyler Murray to a massive contract.
Mixed messages regarding the Wuhan Virus in an Arizona Republic piece. New York is shaming the wrong people with their subway signs. John Hinderaker's piece, "Journalism then and now." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
People have wondered if we're alone in the universe for centuries. Although men have landed on the moon and probes have been sent outside the solar system, there is still so much to explore. The mysteries of outer space have drawn many people to search for evidence of alien life. But not all researchers focus on looking through a telescope. Plenty others spend their time watching the sky and documenting unidentified flying object sightings. As it turns out, Arizona is a hot spot for UFOs and those who believe in them. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we explored the unfamiliar world of UFOs and spoke to different people looking to answer the question: "are we alone in the universe?"
In 2003, a young couple was camping in their pick-up truck in a remote part of the Arizona desert to celebrate their anniversary. But before they could return home, they were murdered in the back of the truck. With few clues left behind, could the photos on their disposable camera help piece together the truth? This is the story of Brandon Rumbaugh and Lisa Gurrieri, otherwise known as the Bumble Bee Road Murders. BONUS EPISODES patreon.com/goingwestpodcast CASE SOURCES 1. ABC: https://www.abc15.com/news/state/arizona-camping-trip-cold-case-remains-unsolved 2. ABC: https://www.abc15.com/news/state/mother-hopes-for-answers-nearly-two-decades-after-murder-of-lisa-gurrieri-brandon-rumbaugh 3. Arizona Republic: https://www.newspapers.com/image/361287432/?terms=lisa%20gurrieri&match=1 4. East Valley Tribune: https://www.eastvalleytribune.com/news/argument-may-have-preceded-couples-death/article_7872e9dc-6a7c-54fb-a593-2cf3c14a77d7.html 5. Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/22764900/lisa-marie-gurrieri/photo 6. AZ Central: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/scottsdale/2017/10/28/slain-while-camping-2003-scottsdale-couples-killing-still-mystery/809850001/ 7. Find A Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/205289317/brandon-keith-rumbaugh 8. Legacy: https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/azcentral/name/john-gurrieri-obituary?id=32565854 9. True Crime Arizona: https://www.azfamily.com/originals/podcasts/true-crime-arizona/ 10. Arizona Republic: https://www.newspapers.com/image/125490223/?terms=lisa%20gurrieri&match=1 11. Arizona Republic: https://www.newspapers.com/image/125512144 12. Arizona Republic: https://www.newspapers.com/image/125583182/?terms=william%20middaugh%20omer%20casey&match=1 13. Biography: https://www.biography.com/crime-figure/israel-keyes 14. Atlanta Journal Constitution: https://www.ajc.com/news/national/kill-them-out-spite-man-gets-life-2004-murders-couple-sleeping-beach/3tZrgroIakoYfYAy0FN56H/ 15. Oregon Live: https://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-northwest-news/2015/07/families_mark_10th_anniversary.html 16. King 5: https://www.king5.com/article/news/crime/mary-cooper-susanna-stodden-unsolved-snohomish-county-murder/281-cf04d027-bb9e-4332-8572-f528fdff87b3 17. The Daily Courier: https://www.dcourier.com/news/2020/nov/07/cold-case-double-murder-couple-bumble-bee-still-un/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 2 - Arizona Republic's Mark Fallor says Oregon really wants to ‘get the heck out of' the PAC-12, as much uncertainty continues around the conference, and its our headlines of the week with the King.
With the start of a new fiscal year looming, Republicans and Democrats came to a deal that resulted in a state budget of nearly $18 billion for 2022-23. More money for infrastructure, education and water issues and raises to state employees are included in the spending package. This week on The Gaggle, a podcast by the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, guest host Amanda Luberto talks with Arizona Republic state politics reporters Mary Jo Pitzl and Stacey Barchenger to break down how the legislation will affect you, and the whole state, moving forward.
Welcome to THE FAN EXPERIENCE, A Phoenix Rising FC Supporters Podcast - Episode 63! In this episode: It's the Fourth of July weekend and Phoenix Rising FC need some fireworks to break the losing streak. Richmond Antwi to the rescue! Game Roundup: Phoenix Rising FC vs Orange County SC: Phoenix Rising FC hosted rivals Orange County SC July 2 and tied 2-2 : Joining us for the game roundup is Theo Mackie, sports journalist who covers Phoenix Rising FC for the Arizona Republic newspaper, and our regular analyst Kelley McCarthy. USL News and Results : John Morrissey (Twitter: @USLTactics) brings us his weekly segment where he reviews the news and results around that league that matter to Phoenix Rising fans! Always fascinating! Game Preview : To finish up we have a preview of the week ahead for Phoenix Rising - an away game against Memphis 901 who are currently in second place in the USL Eastern Conference. Given the current form of these two teams a win seems like a big ask for our boys. Until you remind yourself that we're Phoenix Rising! Please share and ENJOY this podcast with a friend. We'd love it if you would tweet, rate, review, subscribe and follow this podcast. Please send your questions, thoughts, and ideas to us: email@example.com Follow us on twitter @FanExperienceFC Thanks for downloading, listening and subscribing! The invitation is always there for YOU to come on the show and talk Rising!! Sam Healy composed and recorded our theme music - in 24 hours! His EP "Cherry Cola" debuted in 2021 and is available here: https://samhealy.bandcamp.com/album/cherry-cola-ep --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fanexperiencefc/message
“Be the person you needed when you were younger, and if you do that, you're going to find a tremendous meaning and joy in life.” Michael S. Seaver The workplace continues to evolve, as people become more aware of themselves and what they want. It is therefore important that the leaders of today understand the trends and align themselves accordingly. Michael S. Seaver provides coaching for leaders to help them unlock their potential and says it all goes back to finding your authentic self and being true to who you are. Michael S. Seaver is an award-winning executive coach, leadership consultant, keynote speaker, and author. He's on a mission to unlock human potential to help people uncover and live their purpose, and live a more meaningful and authentic life. His unique methodology has revolutionized how leaders can live authentically and how organizations engage employees. He offers no-nonsense strategies to help people find confidence in their life's narrative, commonalities across generations working today, and ways to communicate with emotional intelligence. Michael's newest book, I Know, A Practical Guide For Awakening To What's Within And Finding Work-Life Integration, is a how-to guide Michael uses with clients walking you through the three phases of personal transformation and nine processes you can complete alone or with trusted friends. The book tells Michael's raw and authentic story, offers research-based psychological truths, and is full of real-world client examples. After reading I Know, you'll transition from believing life's answers come from outside yourself to knowing you can discover the answers already inside yourself. For more than 25 years, Michael has lead teams and has coached global leaders since 2011. He's invested thousands of hours in the “arena” managing personal and organizational change, guided others to uncover their lives' missions, and taught leaders how to create psychological safety by inviting employee life experiences into workplace. Featured in numerous publications such as Forbes, Authority, Medium, Thrive Global, Arizona Republic, Business Journals, Accounting Today, Financial Executives International, Best Companies USA, Michael has shared his experiences widely. He is a frequent guest on international podcasts and has served on a variety of boards of directors. Michael graduated from the Thunderbird School of Global Management with a MBA and speaks a bit of Mandarin. He is certified by TTI Success Insights to administer the DISC, 12 Driving Forces, Emotional Intelligence assessments. In today's episode, Michael talks about his passion for coaching, and how he unlocks people's potential. He also talks about the motivation behind writing his book and the hurdles he had to overcome to make the book a reality. Listen in! Social Media Handles http://michaelsseaver.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelsseaver/ https://twitter.com/michaelsseaver https://www.instagram.com/michaelsseaver/ https://www.facebook.com/MichaelScottSeaver https://www.youtube.com/user/SeaverConsulting I worked at the Four Seasons Resort in north Scottsdale where I learned an awful lot about customer service, giving back and anticipating guests needs. After my MBA I took a full time job at one of the nation's largest healthcare systems as the director of talent sourcing. I always wanted to do coaching, and in February 2011, I launched my coaching practice as it is now. I am an executive coach and I do offer team trainings, I speak publicly and serve as MC for events, and I also have online courses. My life's mission is about how I can unlock potential and give other people hope. I've helped a lot of folks define what their life's mission is, or define what their personal brand is, and then figure out ways that they can share them openly. I've also really enjoyed helping people become coaches, which then creates an entire ecosystem inside of a company or organization for other coaches. We're moving forward to a very different time in human history, where people are going to stand in their truths in ways that they never have before. Our job as coaches and leaders is to help people believe in themselves in ways that they might not have before. We are moving to a time where people are slowing down, and finding an objective framework on how to distribute their time into things they genuinely care about. Commercial Break We have moved to what astrologist referred to as the Age of Aquarius. Organizations that are upscaling their people are the ones that are going to have the most engaged and productive staff. Now is the time to create those collaborative workspaces where people can truly express themselves in a more connected environment. In March of 2020, I got this epiphany and I reached out to a writing coach that I had known. The summer of 2020 was an enormously challenging emotional time for me, because I was confronting a lot of my own fears to tell some of the stories that I tell in the book. I had to challenge myself and get really deep into my own heart and soul to tell the stories that I told but it has opened up doors that I would have never ever considered. The more niche or specific that you are, the more depth oftentimes the help that you can provide is. I encourage everybody watching or listening to take the time to really start to share yourself more openly, because you never know who you're going to uplift. Be the person you needed to be when you were younger, and if you do that, you're going to find a tremendous meaning and joy in life. ………………………………………………… Do you want to be a go to expert that news reporters, anchors and media producers turn to? Are you a media professional looking for credible, reliable and timely guests? Shock Your Media Potential is here for you. Shock Your Media Potential is a one of a kind platform that connects vetted experts with news professionals around thne globe. As part of the launch of the platform, CEO Michael Sherlock, along with co-host Eddie Luisi, stage manager for Good Morning America, have interviewed 25 media personalities and professionals to ask them the questions you need to know the answers to in order to become more newsworthy, pitch your story better, and get invited back again and again, and much more. Some of their guests are household names, with exceptional on-camera careers. 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On June 24th, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the longstanding constitutional right to abortion. It came months after a leaked document suggested the Court's decision to strike down Roe V. Wade. The 5-4 ruling now leaves it to the states to set their own abortion laws. In some states, abortion rights are protected no matter the national ruling. In others, abortion became immediately illegal. Arizona is in a gray zone. This week on The Gaggle, a podcast by the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, host Ron Hansen in joined by two Arizona Republic reporters to help give a better understanding on where Arizona stands in a post-Roe world. The show is first joined by health reporter Stephanie Innes and later on, state politics reporter Ray Stern.
Anyone in the Phoenix area can tell you that right now it is hot. Really hot. The National Weather Service recently issued an excessive heat warning, keeping an eye on the triple digit temperatures in the forecast. It's summer, and the heat is predicable. But the summer heat also brings monsoon storms and rains, something that is much harder to predict. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we are joined by meteorologist Matt Pace to give a preview of what we can expect during the dog days of summer.
The Arizona Republic's move to publish fewer op-eds. Another Nancy Pelosi fundraising email. Flag Day, and the birthday of the U.S. Army. Andrew McCarthy, Senior Fellow at the National Review Institute, contributor to National Review, and author of "Ball of Collusion: The Plot to Rig an Election and Destroy a Presidency," on Sedition cases, and the Justice Department, and the goals of the January 6th Committee. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gov. Doug Ducey heads the Republican Governors Association, offering him national relevance in the final year of his tenure in Arizona. Here in Arizona, the race to replace him is in full swing. with no one really offering what he has. As the Aug. 2 primary approaches, The Gaggle is covering the state's most competitive races, including who is running and how they stack up. Last week, the focus was on the state Legislature. This week on The Gaggle, a politics podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, host Ron Hansen is first joined by Republic reporter Stacey Barchenger to discuss the Republicans and Democrats squaring off in the governor's race. Later, Republic reporter Mary Jo Pitzl joins to inform about the secretary of state's race, a contest getting attention for the first time in a long time.
Videos: 1. Water Crisis Clip – 19:05* ‘Five-alarm fire': Arizona water crisis accelerates with tough choices ahead – The Arizona Republic's Joanna Allhands * Sacrificing Lake Mead to Save Lake Powell – timeBomb * Lake Mead Is Almost Empty – The Other Me * 40 Million People Rely on the Colorado River, and Now It's Drying Up – Vice * The Town Trying to Pump Billions of Gallons of Water to Their Desert Community – Vice 2. Assange Countdown: In Depth with Dr. George Szamuely (0:20) 3. NBC News just SMEARED real journalists in shameful hit piece | Redacted with Clayton Morris (22:00) 4. Propaganda disguised as education | Let's talk about it – Riks (Start @ 0:58) 5. A Christian Response to Wokeness (FULL VIDEO) | Noelle Mering | Leadership Institute 6. Woody Allen speech from movie The Front Olive oil nutrient may help prevent brain cancer Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology, June 10, 2022 A compound found in olive oil may help to prevent cancer developing in the brain, a study shows.Research into oleic acid – the primary ingredient in olive oil – has shown how it can help prevent cancer-causing genes from functioning in cells.The oily substance – one of a group of nutrients known as fatty acids – stimulates the production of a cell molecule whose function is to prevent cancer-causing proteins from forming.Scientists from the University analysed the effect of oleic acid on a cell molecule, known as miR-7, which is active in the brain and is known to suppress the formation of tumours. They found that oleic acid prevents a cell protein, known as MSI2, from stopping production of miR-7. In this way, the olive oil component supports the production of miR-7, which helps prevent tumours from forming.Researchers made their discoveries in tests on human cell extracts and in living cells in the lab. CDC lists oil of lemon eucalyptus as comparable to DEET for mosquitoes CDC, June 9, 2022 Even the CDC recommends this botanical ingredient as comparable to DEET for repelling disease-carrying insects. While DEET is the gold standard of insect repellents, it is also a strong synthetic chemical with a tarnished reputation. Known to the chemistry set as N,N-Diethyl-meta-toluamide, DEET was potentially linked to cases of brain damage in the 1980s and 90s, inciting a flood of fear amongst consumers that has yet to recede. BUT, there's an alternative. Behold oil of lemon eucalyptus (OLE), the plant-based active ingredient derived from eucalyptus leaves and approved for efficacy by the CDC. “Oil of lemon eucalyptus (OLE) or PMD (chemical name: para-menthane-3,8-diol), the synthesized version of OLE. Products containing OLE and PMD include, but are not limited to, Repel and Off! Botanicals. This recommendation refers to EPA-registered products containing the active ingredient OLE (or PMD). “Pure” oil of lemon eucalyptus (essential oil not formulated as a repellent) is not recommended; it has not undergone similar, validated testing for safety and efficacy and is not registered with EPA as an insect repellent.” Just 5 Minutes Of Breath Training Every Day Makes Exercise Easier For Adults University of Colorado, June 11, 2022 A handheld device which builds breathing muscles could help older people get in shape. Doing just five minutes of the breath training exercises every day for more than six weeks improved people's performance on the treadmill by 12 percent, according to scientists. Adults are recommended to log 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week. Now scientists have come up with a simple way of making exercising on the treadmill easier for those struggling to get running. “Developing novel forms of physical training that increase adherence and improve physical function are key to reducing the risk of chronic diseases with aging,” says lead researcher Kaitlin Freeberg, of the University of Colorado, in a statement. “High-resistance IMST (high-resistance inspiratory muscle strength training) may be one such strategy to promote adherence and improve multiple components of health in midlife and older adults.” IMST involves inhaling through a handheld device which adds resistance to the breath. A total of 35 adults were divided into two groups, a high resistance training group and a low resistance control group. Participants used a manual breathing trainer for 30 breaths a day, or around five minutes, over a period of six weeks. Those who were part of the high-resistance group improved their treadmill time by 12 percent, the researchers report. Participants in the high-resistance group also showed a relationship with changes in 18 metabolites tested in the study, “predominantly ones that play key roles in energy production and fatty acid metabolism.” Pregnant women produce super antibodies to protect newborns, now scientists know how Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, June 8, 2022 Scientists discovered years ago that newborn infants depend upon immune components transferred from their mothers to survive the onslaught of pathogens that begin invading their bodies as soon as they are born. Now, a far-reaching study published in Nature, provides a surprising explanation of how those early days of mother-provided immunity actually work–and what that information could mean for preventing death and disability from a wide range of infectious diseases. “For many years, scientists believed that antibodies cannot get inside cells. They don't have the necessary machinery. And so, infections caused by pathogens that live exclusively inside cells were thought to be invisible to antibody-based therapies,” says Sing Sing Way, MD, Ph.D., Division of Infectious Diseases at Cincinnati Children's. “Our findings show that pregnancy changes the structure of certain sugars attached to the antibodies, which allows them to protect babies from infection by a much wider range of pathogens.” “The maternal-infant dyad is so special. It's the intimate connection between a mother and her baby,” says John Erickson, MD, Ph.D., Division of Neonatology, and first-author of the study. Erickson continues, “This special connection starts when babies are in the womb and continues after birth. I love seeing the closeness between mothers and their babies in our newborn care units. This discovery paves the way for pioneering new therapies that can specifically target infections in pregnant mothers and newborns babies. I believe these findings also will have far-reaching implications for antibody-based therapies in other fields.” Fasting boosts stem cells' regenerative capacity Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 3, 2022 As people age, their intestinal stem cells begin to lose their ability to regenerate. These stem cells are the source for all new intestinal cells, so this decline can make it more difficult to recover from gastrointestinal infections or other conditions that affect the intestine. This age-related loss of stem cell function can be reversed by a 24-hour fast, according to a new study from MIT biologists. The researchers found that fasting dramatically improves stem cells' ability to regenerate, in both aged and young mice. In fasting mice, cells begin breaking down fatty acids instead of glucose, a change that stimulates the stem cells to become more regenerative. The researchers found that they could also boost regeneration with a molecule that activates the same metabolic switch. Such an intervention could potentially help older people recovering from GI infections or cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, the researchers say. “This study provided evidence that fasting induces a metabolic switch in the intestinal stem cells, from utilizing carbohydrates to burning fat,” Sabatini says. “Interestingly, switching these cells to fatty acid oxidation enhanced their function significantly. Pharmacological targeting of this pathway may provide a therapeutic opportunity to improve tissue homeostasis in age-associated pathologies.” After mice fasted for 24 hours, the researchers removed intestinal stem cells and grew them in a culture dish, allowing them to determine whether the cells can give rise to “mini-intestines” known as organoids. The researchers found that stem cells from the fasting mice doubled their regenerative capacity.
With as many streets as Phoenix has, there's bound to be some interesting history behind their names. One that has caught many people's attention is the historical Bethany Home Road. Listeners have asked what the original Bethany Home was or who it was named after. A street name must have some significance behind it. Otherwise there wouldn't be so many streets named after the presidents. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we tried to dig a little deeper and learn more about Bethany Home's origins. Along the way, we learned why it's so important to keep track of history.
Welcome to THE FAN EXPERIENCE, A Phoenix Rising FC Supporters Podcast - Episode 59! In this episode: Game Roundup: Phoenix Rising FC v Birmingham Legion FC Phoenix Rising FC hosted Birmingham's finest on June 4 and our boys lost 1-0. Co-hosts Niall McCarthy and Kaylor Hodges join forces to bring you the game round-up with guest commentator Theo Mackie (Twitter: @theo_mackie), sports journalist who covers Phoenix Rising FC for The Arizona Republic. Kaylor Hodges is the host of "THE USL SHOW" and "Hammering Down: Football in the Magic City". USL News and Results. John Morrissey (Twitter: @USLTactics) brings us his weekly segment where he reviews the news and results around that league that matter to Phoenix Rising fans! Game Preview. To finish up we have a preview of the week ahead for Phoenix Rising - a home game against El Paso Locomotive on Saturday, June 11. Please share and ENJOY this podcast with a friend. Tweet, rate, review, subscribe and follow this podcast and send your questions, thoughts, and ideas to us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on twitter @FanExperienceFC Thanks for downloading, listening and subscribing! The invitation is always there for YOU to come on the show and talk Rising!! Sam Healy composed and recorded our theme music - in 24 hours! His EP "Cherry Cola" debuted in 2021 and is available here: https://samhealy.bandcamp.com/album/cherry-cola-ep --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fanexperiencefc/message
On May 24, America experienced another horrible mass shooting. An 18-year-old gunman in Uvalde, Texas, massacred 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School. Salvador Ramos opened fire with an AR-15-style assault rifle in a fourth-grade classroom before an officer killed him to end the rampage. It is the deadliest school shooting since the one at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in December 2012. The violence in Texas still shocks, but it doesn't feel new. The political response seemed more combative, more quickly, in another sign of America's all-too-familiar political stalemate over gun violence. Polling shows large majorities of Americans favor at least some greater restrictions on access to firearms, yet the issue is scarcely discussed on Capitol Hill. At the state level, it's a different story. In this week's episode of The Gaggle, a politics podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, host Ron Hansen is joined by Republic reporter Rafael Carranza, who reported from Uvalde. UCLA professor Christopher Poliquin also joined the show to discuss how lawmakers react to these tragedies.
Graduation is a time in your life when you're getting dressed up in an itchy, shapeless gown and trying to adjust a square hat to your head that simply won't stay on. It is also a right of passage. Not only does it represent growing up and going on to bigger things, but it's a celebration of everything you've done up until that point. A celebration of your years of education and everyone who helped you achieve that. It's something almost all of us go through. But the graduates of 2022 had an educational experience that few can relate to. With the pandemic and virtual learning and everything else that affected them, they are a class that is unique. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we are joined by The Republic's k-12 education reporter Yana Kunichoff. Together, we visited three graduations at three different stages of life to try and capture this moment in time.
The character of Dr. Gonzo in the book and film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is based on a real person: a one-time military airman...turned Baptist missionary...turned legal aid attorney...turned Los Angeles County Sheriff's candidate...turned author...turned missing person. This is the story of the intriguing life and mysterious, unsolved disappearance of Oscar Zeta Acosta. We'll take a trip back to Los Angeles in the 1970s that features psychedelics, Chicano civil rights activism--and a lone, self-described brown buffalo wandering the halls of justice. If you like this episode, please subscribe, rate us with 5 stars on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher, and consider supporting this one-woman show at Patreon. Host: Paris BrownProduced, written, & edited by: Paris BrownCredits:Podcast artwork by: Nathalie Rattner (email@example.com)Featured photo: The New YorkerSocial Media:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeReddit discussion groupSources:Aguirre, Abby. “What ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' Owes to Oscar Acosta.” The New Yorker, 13 Jul 2021.Brown, Paris W. “'The Mexican Situation:' An Evolution of the Marked Body in The Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo.” 2012.Cassidy, Craig. “Remember Oscar? Memories Stir over Long-Lost Folk Figure, OHS Alumnus.” The Oakdale Leader [Oakdale, California], 17 May 1995.Maza, Michael. “'Buffalo' Roams into the Hollywood Slapstick Trap.” Arizona Republic, 29 Apr 1980, p. 17.Moore, Burton. Love and Riot: Oscar Zeta Acosta and the Great Mexican American Revolt. Floricanto P, 2002. Moreno, Dorinda. Personal interview, 20 Nov 2021.Nájera, Marcos. “The Ladies in His Life.” The Zeta Podcast Series 1.3. 17 Mar 2018.The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo. Directed by Phillip Rodriguez, performances by Dave Beaudrie, Xavier Becerra, and Anahi Bustillos, City Projects, 2017.Stavens, Ilan. Bandido: Oscar “Zeta” Acosta and the Chicano Experience. HarperCollins, 1995. ADDITIONAL SOURCES LISTED ON LINKED WEBSITE BELOW.Music:“Theme for ‘The Mad Thinker'” from The Cursed Tapes: Stolen Songs from Dr. Frankenstein's Lab. Dr. Frankenstein, 2005 ADDITIONAL SOURCES LISTED ON LINKED WEBSITE BELOW.
Joe Biden's divisive speech last night. Brad Wilcox, Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, Professor of Sociology at the University of Virginia, Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Family Studies, on his op-ed in the Arizona Republic, "Let's talk about the family's part in our country's stability." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's no secret that Maricopa County is growing quickly. New apartments in Phoenix are being built just as fast as people are moving into them. The Census Bureau reported that the county added 58,246 new residents from July 2020 to July 2021. It is now the fastest growing county in the nation. And even outside Maricopa County, Arizona has seen immense growth over the last year. The census showed that more than 98,000 people moved to Arizona in that year. Only 832 of them came from what is called “natural change," which refers to deaths and births. The rest have moved from other states. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we want to welcome newcomers to the metro Phoenix area by answering four questions about its history.
Big Lead @ Noon Inslee says if state employees don't get vaxxed, "they do die" // GUEST: Bonneville co-worker who was randomly shot at in the parking lot of a Shoreline Golf Rangehttps://omny.fm/shows/the-dori-monson-show/doris-co-worker-randomly-shot-at-in-the-parking-lo // Kari Lake vs Arizona Republic and reporter who she says 'sides with the cartel' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I have another confession to make, I hated reading newspapers when I was younger. They were always in black and white and just seemed so boring. Then I discovered the USA Today. It had pictures in color, and was much easier to read than other newspapers. And don't get me started on the purple section! I loved the purple section—it was always the first one I'd read! Why am I sharing this? Well, today's guest Laura Trujillo just happens to be the managing editor of the purple section for the USA Today. That's right, the managing editor for Life and Entertainment at USA Today joined me to talk about her memoir: Stepping Back from the Ledge: A Daughter's Search for Truth and Renewal. MEET LAURA TRUJILLO Laura Tujillo is the managing editor for Life and Entertainment at USA Today and a former reporter and editor for The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Arizona Republic, and The Oregonian. In addition, she does advocacy work on behalf of suicide awareness. How did her mother's suicide impact her life? How Laura get back into writing after a long time away? How did she transform a column on her mother's death into a memoir? Tune in to hear the answer to these questions as well as uncover the special story behind a picture of Laura's grandmother and some of her friends. GET IN TOUCH WITH LAURA Learn more about Laura on her website Follow her on twitter @lauraftrujillo Check out her Instagram @lauraktrujillo Buy her book on Amazon or Bookshop.org If you like this episode, please share it with a friend. If you have not done so already, please rate and review Uncorking a Story on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts and follow us on Instagram @uncorkingastory. Visit us at https://uncorkingastory.com
The rate of inflation has been on many people's minds lately, from the gas pump to the housing market to the grocery store. The main driver of inflation has been consumer demand and supply chain issues that have lingered as the COVID-19 pandemic slows down. It is currently affecting Americans day to day, and more than half of the country says it's now impacting their long-term financial goals. In a speech Tuesday, President Joe Biden addressed the rising inflation issues but spoke more about putting the blame on Republicans rather than a plan to combat it. Voters have a chance to show their frustration at the polls this election year. In this week's episode of The Gaggle, a politics podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, hosts Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Ron Hansen are joined by pollster Paul Bentz. He's senior vice president at High Ground Public Affairs Consultants and joins The Gaggle to discuss how inflation going to impact voters' decisions in the upcoming election.
Here's what you can expect when you listen to this episode: How shame around looking a certain way or not looking a certain way impacts us Advice for the person that is in the dark place at the end of their rope with weight loss, dieting struggles How to get in touch with your authentic self The common denominator of all diets (aka why they don't work) Changing your thoughts and habits slowly is how to get results What habits are helpful and what habits are unhelpful Start by adding a good behavior instead of taking away a bad behavior How the mindset of dieting is the problem, and changing that mindset Camille Martin is a registered dietitian, public health writer, and former chronic dieter who wasted nearly 25 years of her life on a diet. She teaches women how to lose weight without dieting, set and achieve big goals, and live to their fullest potential. She is the author of Love To Lose: Love Your Life and Watch the Weight Lose Itself, and she is a technical editor for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She lives in Charlotte, NC, with her two daughters and their rescue dogs. Connect with Camille: camillemartinrd.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/camillemartinrd Instagram: www.instagram.com/camille_martin_rd LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/camillemartinrd Dr. Nicole Cain, ND MA is a nationally renowned expert on beating anxiety. She has been published by Psychology Today, Salon Magazine, Well + Good, the Arizona Republic, PESI, NDNR, SCNM, The Institute for Natural Medicine, Thrive Global, and Women's Lifestyle Magazine. She has been quoted in Forbes. Dr. Cain wants to give away 8 Free Resources to help listeners: 1. Take the 1 Week Anxiety Freedom Challenge (Videos and Workbook! FREE!) 2. Anxiety Freedom Master Class Webinar (On Demand Webinar! FREE!) 3. Three Minute Hack for Anxiety Webinar (On Demand Webinar! FREE!) 4. Get your FREE copy of the Anxiety Breakthrough Wellness Springboard (FREE E-BOOK!) 5. Join the Anxiety Freedom 1 Week Challenge Facebook Group For Community (Free FB Community!) 6. Subscribe to The Get Your Life Back Podcast with Dr. Nicole Cain (Free Podcast!) 7. You can join her Email List by visiting: www.Drnicolecain.com (Free Information!) 8. Subscribe to Dr. Nicole Cain's YouTube Channel for new videos weekly! (Free Videos!) Current Available On-Demand Courses: (Which include Video Instruction + an E-Book)! The Anxiety Breakthrough Program Gut Health Course Medication Tapering Course Vagus Nerve Reset Program Natural Solutions for Bipolar Disorder Course Natural Solutions for Depression Course Liver Health Course High Libido Life (For Women) Follow Dr. Nicole Cain, ND MA on: Facebook Instagram YouTube Linkedin DrNicoleCain.com Dr. Nicole Cain, ND MA is the only Naturopathic Doctor that also has a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology with an expertise in natural and integrative solutions for anxiety, bipolar disorder, women's libido issues, depression, PTSD, and other conditions. If you are searching for a fundamentally unique method of getting to the root cause of your suffering and working toward transformation, then connecting Dr. Nicole Cain, ND MA is for you. Disclaimer: This podcast was created by Dr. Nicole Cain, ND, MA for educational purposes only. These are the opinions of Dr. Nicole Cain, ND, MA and should not be taken as the “definitive opinion” or “absolute medical opinion” on any subject. This podcast is not a substitute for medical, psychological, counseling or any other sort of professional care. Consumption of these materials is for your own education and any medical, psychological, or professional care decisions should be made between you and your primary care doctor or another provider that you are engaged with.
Welcome to THE FAN EXPERIENCE, A Phoenix Rising FC Supporters Podcast - Episode 55! In this episode: Kelley McCarthy and Tayo Mackie (Sports Journalist for the Arizona Republic) are our guest analysts joining to talk about Phoenix Rising's 3-0 home win to San Antonio FC! 3-0 a dominant win, right? Not really - our analysts have lots to say about that! Peter Marlette General Manager of USL League 1 team Union Omaha is with us to talk about Union Omaha, the league, the US Open Cup, the players, the goals for the club and more!! John Morrissey (Twitter: @USLTactics) brings us his weekly segment where he reviews the news and results around that league that matter to Phoenix Rising fans! To finish up we have a preview of the week ahead for Phoenix Rising - an away game to Sacramento Republic FC and a home game against Tampa Bay Rowdies on Sunday, May 15. Please share and ENJOY this podcast with a friend. Tweet, rate, review, subscribe and follow this podcast and send your questions, thoughts, and ideas to us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on twitter @FanExperienceFC Thanks for downloading, listening and subscribing! The invitation is always there for YOU to come on the show and talk Rising!! Sam Healy composed and recorded our theme music - in 24 hours! His EP "Cherry Cola" debuted in 2021 and is available here: https://samhealy.bandcamp.com/album/cherry-cola-ep --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fanexperiencefc/message
Every year The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com host a wine competition for the vineyards in Arizona. This year, more than 200 bottles were entered to be considered for Best in Show. After hours of tasting the best wines that the state has to offer, the 20 qualified judges granted a bottle of merlot from a brand new winery the Governor's Cup. Cove Mesa Vineyards is new on the scene, but its owners Emil and Cindy Molin have spent years as wine aficionados. After getting a degree from the Southwest Wine Center, Emil set out to buy a winery himself in 2020. To some, this is the perfect story of how Arizona's wine industry is evolving from hidden gem to national recognition. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we share what Arizona vineyards have to offer, where you can find them, and how the new kids on the block took the grand prize this year.
Many regulations and limitations that went into effect around the beginning of COVID-19 are gone. You're allowed back inside restaurants, you can buy as many rolls of toilet paper at once as you'd like, and you don't have to wear a mask while doing either. And now added to the list of regulations that will be lifted is Title 42. Title 42 is a public health code that was established in 1944 as a part of the Public Health Services Act. It gives the United States the ability to deny entry of non-citizens in the case of disease that could be seen as a serious danger to the U.S. It was rarely used but was put into effect in March 2020 when the spread of COVID-19 became more serious. Since then, it has been used more than 1.7 million times by Customs and Border Protection. President Joe Biden's administration announced it will rescind the current policy later in May after more than two years, but not everyone agrees that it's the right move. In this week's episode of The Gaggle, a politics podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, hosts Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Ron Hansen are joined by Arizona Republic reporters Rafael Carranza and Clara Migoya to parse through Title 42, how it is affecting Arizona's border, and what the future holds.
In the first half-hour of this week's program, Mickey's talks to author and professor Valena Beety and veteran investigative journalist Geoff Davidian about the widespread problem of wrongful criminal convictions and the obstacles that both legal investigators and journalists encounter when they try to uncover information. Then in the second half of the program, Eleanor Goldfield speaks with long-time single-payer advocate Dr. Margaret Flowers about prospects for universal health care in the U.S. today. Notes: Valena Beety teaches law at Arizona State University, and previously worked at Innocence Projects in two states (Mississippi and West Virginia). Geoff Davidian is a reporter with over 40 years' experience, including at the Milwaukee Journal, Arizona Republic, and Houston Chronicle. Margaret Flowers is a retired pediatrician and a long-time advocate for universal single-payer health coverage. She's a member of the steering committee for HealthOverProfit.org, a group that campaigns for "a national improved Medicare for All healthcare system."
In December 2020, the first Arizonan received their vaccine against COVID-19. Just nine months after virus took ahold of the state and the rest of the world, health care workers and first responders were able to usher in a new era during the pandemic: the vaccination era. For some it felt like much needed light after a long, dark tunnel. The vaccine roll out expanded first by phases of necessity then by age in Arizona. By April 2021, all adults in the state were eligible to get a dose. In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast by The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, we map out the journey from the first shot to today. We spoke with reporters, doctors, and state health officials and track how 61.1% of Arizona residents became fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
“CAN ALEXA COMMUNICATE WITH THE DEAD?” and 3 More True and Disturbing Stories! #WeirdDarknessIN THIS EPISODE: (Dark Archives episode, originally posted January 13, 2020) “I've seen some mighty pretty puppies, and I want one.” Those were the last words the mother of eight-year-old Kenneth Beasley would hear from her son. What followed was a disappearance, suspected kidnapping and murder trial that made national news in 1905. (Where is Kenneth Beasley?) *** “Assaulting Ghost. Residents of East Jefferson Street Disturbed. A Thrilling Story of the Strange Persecution of an Old Mexican Woman.” That's what the Arizona Republic newspaper headline read on September 23, 1899. And I have the story. (The Burning Stones) *** No one knew what the phone number was supposed to be for. No one knew the meaning of the bizarre recording they heard when calling the number. No one knew who owned the phone number, or what they had done with it, or why. It's the strange history behind a seemingly innocent 1-800 number that still has people baffled… especially those looking for improvement on their golf game. (Canada's Weirdest Toll-Free Phone Number) *** People have used a wide assortment of devices to try and communicate with the dead. Ouija boards, automatic writing, seances, ghost boxes… but it appears we might now be able to add Amazon's Alexa to that list. (Can Alexa Speak With The Dead?)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“Can Alexa Speak With The Dead?” by Rob Schwartz for Stranger Dimensions: https://tinyurl.com/vb94mcl “Where Is Kenneth Beasley” posted at Strange Company: https://tinyurl.com/ttnr28o “The Burning Stones” posted at The Fortean: https://tinyurl.com/rbrlr8t “Canada's Weirdest Toll-Free Phone Number” posted at The Ghost In My Machine: https://tinyurl.com/uqo8lyx Subscribe to the podcast by searching for Weird Darkness wherever you listen to podcasts – or use this RSS feed link: https://www.spreaker.com/show/3655291/episodes/feed.Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =(Over time links seen above may become invalid, disappear, or have different content. I always make sure to give authors credit for the material I use whenever possible. If I somehow overlooked doing so for a story, or if a credit is incorrect, please let me know and I will rectify it in these show notes immediately. Some links included above may benefit me financially through qualifying purchases.)= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ="I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness." — John 12:46Visit the Church of the Undead: http://undead.church/ Find out how to escape eternal darkness at https://weirddarkness.com/eternaldarkness Trademark, Weird Darkness ®. Copyright, Weird Darkness ©.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =00:09:32.289, 00:31:39.709,