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The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey
Paid $25,000 for First Acting Job! | Babe Ruth the Actor

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 3:31


The producers recognized a natural, magnetic talent in George that would make him a star. George didn't want to be an actor, but too many people believed in him and he couldn't let them down. The outcome of this project sent his life trajectory hurdling in a completely different direction. Tune in for the rest of the story!https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babe_Ruth

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
2: Alcohol | Meat Locker ft. MeatCanyon

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 54:14


Ad Free Episodes: https://tmgstudios.tv   What is happening?! Cody and Noel have crash landed their spaceship on Hunter's farm… and it's weird. This week they are visited by Babe Ruth and David Blaine to talk about their wildest drinking stories. You don't want to miss this episode. Click this link to automatically apply the Adam & Eve Meat Locker discount: http://bit.ly/3GGHFUO If you listen on Apple Podcasts, go to: https://apple.co/tmgstudios  Merch: http://tmgpod.com  TMG Studios YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tinymeatgang TMG Studios IG: https://www.instagram.com/realtmgstudios/ TMG Studios Twitter: https://twitter.com/realtmgstudios HUNTER https://www.youtube.com/c/MeatCanyon https://meatcanyon.store/ https://twitter.com/meatcanyon https://www.instagram.com/meatcanyon/ https://www.tiktok.com/@meatcanyonyt?lang=en  CODY http://youtube.com/codyko http://twitter.com/codyko http://instagram.com/codyko https://www.tiktok.com/@codyko?lang=en  NOEL http://youtube.com/thenoelmiller http://twitter.com/thenoelmiller http://instagram.com/thenoelmiller https://www.tiktok.com/@notnoelmiller?lang=en 

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey
Guinea Pig for the Cancer Research Revolution | Babe Ruth

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 3:32


George's health was going downhill fast! As cancer was overtaking his body, doctors searched for a solution, any solution, that would help. When an experimental drug was offered to him, he realized he would be part of a medical revolution. Tune in for the rest of the story!https://baseballhall.org/hall-of-famers/ruth-babe

Sisters Who Scene It
The Sandlot

Sisters Who Scene It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 63:16


Katie and Bridget and special guest our cousin Scott(!) play a baseball game as they re-watch the classic movie: The Sandlot! It's a story all about friendship, baseball, dogs, baseball, urban legends, and overall just how ridiculous kids can be. Come along as we meet Scotty Smalls (not to be confused with our cousin) who is the new kid in town looking to make some friends. He can't throw a ball more than 2 inches and overall just is an L-7 WEENIE! But don't worry, because his future best friend/possibly future boyfriend Benny the Jet invites him to the join the team alongside other icons such as The Great Hambino, Squints, and Yeah-Yeah! They get into the biggest pickle of their lives (take a sip) and have to retrieve a baseball signed by Babe Ruth from The Beast. Will the kids get the ball back alive!? Does Scotty Smalls have the longest brimmed hat to ever exist?! Released during the best year for movies - 1993 - it was written and directed by David Mickey Evans.

Make Your Life Magnificent with Jackie + Mimi
High Performance Athlete in the Workforce

Make Your Life Magnificent with Jackie + Mimi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:47


When you think about sports icons, any one of the greats, our minds can go from Babe Ruth to John McEnroe to Serena Williams. Commanding, confident and quite frankly, superior in their element.It took decades of specific practice and dedication in order to develop into the powerhouses they are. Why are we talking about the Michael Jordon's of the world? Because, we, as women who have so much on our plates, expect ourselves to be the Elite Athletes of everything we do and we give ourselves no wiggle room for error.It isn't realistic and in this episode, we're breaking down the 7 stages of becoming an Elite Athlete and applying it to your own talent development.Are you a Modern Gen X Woman? Get the Modern Gen X Woman Manifesto. Send Me the Manifesto! In this episode we're talking about the seven levels of becoming an elite athlete #1. Active Start: This is your introduction to the work. #2. Fundamentals: These are the basic skills to do the work. #3. Learn to Train: Your starting to invest more time and maybe even money on outside support to learn more and get better. #4. Train to Train: Now you start to benchmark, define your milestones and figure out how to get to them #5. Train to Compete: Deep focus in your skill and ability to be competitive in the overall marketplace #6. Train to Win: You start to move away from the pack and stand out as leader in your field #7. Active for Life: You've hit the goal and your know for it, it's part of your life achievements. You may decide to leverage this experience into something else. Mentioned in this episode: The Worth+Value=Wealth ProgramFor Entrepreneurs and Career Women who want to own their worth and articulate their value so they can make the money they deserve. Apply here. The NeXt One-on-one executive career coaching designed to elevate you so you can achieve your next.Is wobbly confidence keeping you in a job you hate? Is lack of confidence making you procrastinate working on your business? Register for our free interactive workshop Confident at 40+—Own It Without Giving Give a F*. You are going to  learn a transformative way to build unshakable confidence from your core to make the changes you want to see professionally It's happening on Tuesday, December 6th at 1pm EST. Save your spot here: www.moderngenxwoman.com/confidence. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Google Podcast / Stitcher

Armstrong and Getty
The A&G Replay Wednesday Hour Two

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 37:07


Hour two of the A&G Replay for Wednesday November 23 includes Gender Bending letter to kids, Babe Ruth diet, Vanity Fair Lab Leak Article, High School Merit EligibilitySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey
Babe Ruth Proved Everyone Wrong | a Legend in the Making

The Rest of the Story: Revisited | Paul Harvey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 3:53


George could hardly believe he was being sent back to the minor leagues. George was off the team because he demanded too much practice time for his status. Finally, he had his big break and his pitching arm started working like a charm! The batters went down swinging! Tune in for the rest of the story!https://baseballhall.org/hall-of-famers/ruth-babe

Countdown with Keith Olbermann
BIDEN'S GOP INQUISITOR COMER HAS AN ABORTION AND VIOLENCE SCANDAL 11.18.22

Countdown with Keith Olbermann

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 39:48


EPISODE 79: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN A-Block (1:44) How could the Republicans be THIS stupid? The man who will lead their attack on Hunter and Joe Biden, Rep. James Comer of Kentucky, has been credibly accused by his college girlfriend of violence, psychological abuse, threatening her life, and driving her to the clinic to abort their child. (2:05) Did they think that because the story broke seven years ago it had fallen off the internet? The first full day they are the Majority-Elect they trot out a new head of House Oversight, James Comer of Kentucky, who announces a Hunter Biden investigation and then says "I want to be clear: This is an investigation of JOE Biden." (3:05) No, let ME be clear: this needs to be an investigation of JAMES COMER. This is where this crap STOPS. (5:20) You don't like this kind of stuff? This is the only way to STOP this kind of stuff: the bully has to get the crap beaten out of him, and James Comer is the bully here. Let's Go. (7:15) What the GOP should've announced it was investigating was Ticketmaster (9:10) Still the co-defendant in the Republican Investigation Machine is the media. The Washington Examiner and Red State didn't headline Comer's Folly over Pelosi's Retirement - CNN and The New York Times did. (11:50) And once again CNN's Chief Chris Licht stepped right up with that big "Hit Me" sign around his neck and said "So the play is not to be offensive to A side, right?" I'll explain how wrong he is. (13:43) The good news is: the Democrats are finally getting smart, and David Brock has left Media Matters to run a "SWAT Team" that will investigate the GOP investigators. And they can start with the James Comer scandal. Oh, did I mention the James Comer scandal? B-Block (20:20) EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: Miller in Pennsylvania, who ate a sock (21:16) POSTSCRIPTS TO THE NEWS: Space Karen kills Twitter; 1/6 Subcommittee to decide whether to make criminal referrals (23:43) IN SPORTS: The Most Valuable Players are named. If a guy finishes 2nd in that vote AND 4th in the vote for best pitcher, isn't he by definition the "most valuable?" What the hell does "most valuable" mean? (26:38) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: Mike Pompeo forgets his part in the insurrection, the New York Post has never heard of "Run Of Show" or "Rundown" documents. They compete with Baseball's Commissioner who suddenly announced that if you bet on baseball, you should be banned BY baseball. C-Block (31:30) FRIDAYS WITH THURBER: His classic stories of Man vs. Life: "Nine Needles" and "The Mouse Who Went To The Country."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Empowered in My Skin Podcast
Thriving Thursday: Create Your Quote Life

The Empowered in My Skin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 15:08


What does your quote like look like? Do you use them on a daily basis to motivate you? In this episode, Nkechi and Gaby get into discussion on some inspiring quotes from renowned world leaders like Mother Teresa, Walt Disney and Babe Ruth. They share insights on these quotes and also above they can be used in daily life.  Having a daily quote life can significantly increase your motivation and inspiratoon. If you are checking out this episode then you probably know that. However, establishing a daily practice of reviewing quote, analyzing them and identifying actions you can take is a game-changer.  Leveage quotes to drive meaningful impact and motivation into your life.  We would love to hear from you, so share a review on Apple Podcasts, or at Empowered In My Skin on IG. Have an empowering story to share on a Thiving Thursday episode? Submit your request, for a chance to be a guest. Find us online: https://linktr.ee/nkechinwaforrobinson

Mason & Ireland
HR 3: Dad Vod

Mason & Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 65:49


John rates Mason's Twerk video from last week. We talk about Trea Turner will he re-sign with the Dodgers? and what is your favorite cereal? Also, Yasiel Puig pleaded guilty to a federal charge about gambling illegally. So is he going to Jail for lying in court? Plus, the DAD VOD is now IN. Do you need to be a DAD to rock a DAD VOD? and How much did someone pay for a Babe Ruth mit? Another edition of GAME OF GAMES as Jacob Emrani is here in studio to play. and SUPER CROSSTALK with SEDANO and KAP! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

No Crying In Baseball
Festive and Caramelized

No Crying In Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 51:21


We catch you up on Platinum glove, Hank Aaron, and Player's Choice awards, which is like watching  the Golden Globes to prep for the Oscars. The GM meetings happened last week, weirdly during the “quiet period,” kicking off the official Hot Stove Season. We provide the annual qualifying offer vocabulary lesson, with offers tendered to 14 free agents. Scott Boras drives Pottymouth to defend high-end vegan restaurants and Patti to note that hamburger is in fact meat. We touch on how teams for sale and upcoming rule changes may affect the market. Solomon Bates reminds us that we've never picked a Colombian team, and Venezuelan ball is looking more attractive all the time. Get your vacation requests in early for Baseball for All Nationals in July, with the location reveal coming soon, and a women's professional baseball tournament in Sarasota in November. Please check the  Babe Ruth glove in your attic, it may  not be from a sporting goods  store. We cross-train with the Boston Bruins where the players stand up against bullying in a very public way, and force the front office to make better choices. We say,”hot boyfriends on the stove,” “He lost me at hamburger,” “I like how you slide in and out of fictional baseball to actual baseball.”Get boosted, fight the man, send your game balls to Meredith,  and find us on Twitter @ncibpodcast, on Facebook @nocryinginbball, Instagram @nocryinginbball and on the Interweb at nocryinginbball.com. Please take a moment to subscribe to the show, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to NCiB. Become a supporter at Patreon to help us keep doing what we do. Say goodnight, Pottymouth.

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts
Oncology, Etc. – In Conversation with Dr. David Steensma (Part 2)

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 18:01


In Part Two of this Oncology, Etc. episode, hosts Patrick Loehrer and David Johnson continue their chat with hematologist-oncologist Dr. David Steensma. They explore his views of key opinion leaders and a lifelong passion – collecting rare stamps, including medical stamps. If you liked this episode, please subscribe. Learn more at https://education.asco.org, or email us at education@asco.org.   TRANSCRIPT Pat Loehrer: Hi, I'm Pat Loehrer, Director of Global Oncology and Health Equity at Indiana University. I'm here with Dave Johnson, a Medical Oncologist from The University of Texas, Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. Welcome to the second half of our Oncology, Etc. conversation with Dr. David Steensma. He's a highly accomplished physician and scientist in the field of Hematology/Oncology. In the first part of this episode, Dr. Steensma told us about his Dutch immigrant roots, and how a single college biology course changed his career interests from astronomy into medicine. Today, we'll explore his views on Key Opinion Leaders and another passion of his, and an interest of ours - collecting rare stamps, including medical stamps. Dave Johnson: So, David, in addition to your scientific writing, you've been a prolific writer in many other sort of viewpoints and opinion pieces. There's a lot to choose from, but I know you've been interviewed in the past about your column called ‘The Raven', which I won't ask you about, as an Edgar Allen Poe fan. You also wrote a wonderful piece called, ‘Key Opinion Leaders', which I thought might be quite interesting to ask you about, now that you might be calling upon KOLs. Do you want to tell us a little about that? Dr. David Steensma: Yeah, that's not my favorite term. Thought Leaders is another kind of silly term, but we know what we mean when people are talking about it. Yeah, I've had a chance to write on a lot of different things over the years, and that's been great fun. And when I first heard that term, I couldn't figure out what it meant, KOL. And then, a pharmaceutical representative actually accidentally left a list of KOLs in my office and I realized that not only are KOLs cultivated very carefully, those relationships, but there's a hierarchy of KOLs. They were people who influenced the local formulary and local practice at the institution, there were those who had a regional impact, and then there were those who were on the NCCN guideline committees, and had, you know, much broader impact that they really wanted to make sure to influence the heart and minds of-- in my interactions now, this opinion piece was a sort of tongue-in-cheek about Key Opinion Leaders and Thought Leaders. And with Thought Leaders, I was reminded of Sherlock Holmes's brother Mycroft Holmes, who, by Conan Doyle's fiction, was a brilliant man, but unwilling to stir his ample backside from his Chair in the Diogenes Club to actually get out there, and do some real work, and solve mysteries. And so, it fell to his slightly less brilliant brother, Sherlock, to become the consulting detective. So, that was fun. Now, we're sort of on the receiving end of wisdom from people who are experts in the area. And it's very important what doctors think, and in different geographies about how they think their patients will be potentially treated in a year or two, five years down the road, what the issues they have with current approaches are, where they see opportunity for some of our new compounds, for some of those of other companies, and it's different in Europe versus the US versus Australia. And so, there's a lot that we gain from advisory boards. There's an arc to an advisory board. You don't want to convene an advisory board when there's no data, because then, everybody is just speculating. You don't want to do it too late after something is already on the doorstep of FDA approval because then not anything can be changed at that point. So, you know, doing it at an in-between point where there's some initial data, but where we can really be guided by academic, clinical, and other experts, is really helpful. Pat Loehrer: I'd encourage people to pull this article out. It is really, really good. 2015, I think it came out there. The end of it, I also love it. You're talking about Kanti Rai who came up with the Rai classification and he was at this Meet the Expert session at the ASH meeting, and he said at the meeting, and this is your quote from it, and I love it, he said, “I don't like the name of this session because no one's an expert in chronic lymphocytic leukemia. I've been studying this disease for decades, and still too many of my patients die. If I was truly an expert, the disease would've been cured by now." I just love it, but it's a great read. Dave Johnson: Let me ask you, very seriously, if a younger colleague were to come to you, David, what advice would you give him or her about being invited to be on an advisory board? We'll skip the term KOL or Thought Leader. What advice would you give him or her, and what should they look for, and how should they prepare for that activity should you think they should do it? Dr. David Steensma: Well, I think getting back to imposter syndrome, people should feel, if they're invited to be in such a meeting, that they're there for a reason because their opinion does matter. And sometimes, younger physicians are reluctant to speak up in this setting, especially when there maybe leaders in the field there that have been doing it for decades, and may have very strong opinions. So, not being afraid to share their perspective and realizing that they're invited for a reason. On the other hand, I found it very helpful when I was a young faculty member and, on these panels, to listen to how colleagues were assessing data, and the recommendations they were making, and their perspective. And I learned a lot from some of those advisory boards earlier on. Many of the people who are the senior leaders in leukemia and MDS, you know, Rich Stone, Peter Greenberg, you know, John Bennett, in MDS, Marty Tallman, Hagop Kantarjian, Clara Bloomfield, just people who had decades of experience. And in part, I think it's some of my comments at advisory boards that helped get me my job at Dana-Farber, because I'd been in a number of meetings with Rich Stone, and he apparently liked some of the things I'd said about approaching patients. And so, you know, when a faculty position came open, he invited me out to come visit. And so, they can have benefits that you don't anticipate. Dave Johnson: Yeah, I would definitely agree with that. And there's pros and cons to being involved in those activities, but there are an awful lot of good that comes from it. And I think you've just touched on some of those. I'm going to shift gears a little bit because Pat has been waiting anxiously to hear all about your stamps. So, out of the many, many things that you've done and written about, I would say you've got close to 100 publications on medical stamps. It's an extraordinary productivity, David. So, tell us a little about your interest in medical stamps. How did you get involved in this, and where do you find time to write about them, and how do you decide which ones you're going to write about? Dr. David Steensma: Yeah. Bob Kyle, is really the driver on that, and we continue to do these together. Bob turned 94 this year, and he continues to be intellectually engaged. He's fun to talk to, if it weren't for COVID, he'd still be traveling and coming into the office, you know, which he was doing until just a few years ago. So, I met Bob as an intern when I was at Mayo. Somebody said, "Oh, you should meet this guy, he's really fun to talk to." And we just hit it off. And when I was a boy, my grandfather and my great-grandfather had collected stamps. And my grandfather really got me interested in it, partly given our family history, those of The Netherlands and former colonies, but also just more generally. And then as often happens, I got to be a teenager and other things took over in terms of interest, and there was less time, so, I had fallen away from it a bit. But somehow in this conversation, Bob had mentioned this, and that they were looking for someone younger who had this kind of background, to help with this series that has been running. Initially, it was running in JAMA with a guy named John Mirt, beginning around 1960, and then about a decade later, moved to the Mayo Clinic proceedings when they published six stamp vignettes on medical science per year, and Bob has done over 500 of these going back decades. And so, I got involved in that, and writing about-- thus far, it's mostly focused on individuals, but I have done a few also about more general trends in Philately. I will say that there are fewer of us, certainly those under 50, who are involved in the hobby. There's so much other distractions, but I still find it interesting and fun. And I've learned a lot, putting those vignettes together. Pat Loehrer: I started collecting stamps when I was young, I still have my Scott's album down. And now it's not stored, in properly, but I remember US Number One, I could have bought for $35, but I was only like 10 years old, and that was, you know, like $500 to me. So, I still regret that. Are you collecting stamps yourself now, still that you've resumed the collection part of it? Dr. David Steensma: Yeah. I would say, only a little bit. So, my Netherlands and Colonies collection is now actually complete, except there's one elusive. There's always one, right? Can't find this thing, even at auctions and such. And I also collected coins as a kid, and you know, still have some involvement in that. It's hard to find the time because I do do so many other things, and my wife and I have children, they're now college and PhD age, so I do woodworking, I have a telescope, so I never lost the love of astronomy. It seems like there's always other things to do. But I still have my collection over there on the shelf. Pat Loehrer: Did you inherit it from your grandfather too? Dr. David Steensma: Some of it I did. Yep. The core of it, I inherited from my grandfather and my great-grandfather. And then once I paid off my substantial medical school debt to the University of Chicago with the help of, in part, from advisory boards, but also mostly from moonlighting in emergency rooms around rural Minnesota-- during fellowship, I was like a full-time ER doc who happened to be doing a Hem/Onc Fellowship on the side, and finally got it paid off and then I could start on filling in some of the gaps. Pat Loehrer: Before we change this thing, what is your most cherished stamp that you own? Dr. David Steensma: Oh, my most cherished stamp is not a Dutch one. It is a set of national park stamps from 1934, authorized by James Farley, who was the Postmaster General at that point. 10 stamps, different colors about, you know, Zion and Acadia-- and it was my grandfather's favorite, and he was a big fan of the national parks, took two big trips there back in the '50s out West. And so, at his funeral, I put together a little display of those hanging with the photographs of other things from his life. I have that display, it's very meaningful to me - it's a connection with him. He was certainly very influential in my life. I never imagined I'd be working for a Basel-based pharmaceutical company, like he did for his whole career. Never thought that that would happen, but life has some unexpected twists. He worked for Roche in Nutley, New Jersey for much of his career as a research chemist. And ironically, when my grandmother was diagnosed in the 1990s, pancreatic cancer, and she saw the oncologist and was offered a 5-FU infusion after surgical, he said, "5-FU. I worked on that in 1959, 1960, that's still the best that we have to offer?" He was shocked by that. I was a fellow at the time. I said, "We need better drugs." Dave Johnson: For sure. So, do you have a favorite medical stamp, David? Dr. David Steensma: A favorite medical stamp? Gosh, that one's I think a little bit harder. I certainly have medical stamps that have piqued my interest. One of the sort of most moving is one of the US stamps that came out in the 1950s that has the Sir Luke Fildes' ‘The Doctor', on it. You know, with this concerned physician at the bedside of a young boy, and I actually wrote a vignette about the history and background there, and I think that connection with patients at the end of the day when we don't have good drugs, that connection with patients is still so meaningful, isn't it? As you guys really know. So, and as many of our listeners know, and so much of what medicine remains despite the molecular glue degraders and CAR T and gene therapy, is still that human connection, and being there for our patients. And so, I would say that that is probably one of the most meaningful. There's some real quirky ones, too. Austria's come out with some stamps in the last few years; one made of toilet paper, when the toilet paper shortage was happening, another, made of the mask material and the shape of the mask to remind people to mask up. You know, there's been a lot of creativity. And the Dutch are very good about design. They come up with just some brilliant innovations in postage stamps. Dave Johnson: I mean, stamps are really quite artful, by the way, the Fildes painting hangs on the wall of my office. You can't see it, but it's on the wall. And then behind me, you can perhaps see a couple of framed stamps that are some of my favorites. One was a gift to me from a former Group of Chief Residents, of an Osler stamp that Canada put out, and the other is one I received actually as a gift, as part of an award. It's the first cancer stamp that was produced in the United States. So, I love them both. They're quite nice. The Fildes stamp is actually my favorite of all, so I think that's a great stamp. Pat Loehrer: I have actually looked behind me. I've got a stamp collection on the frame that was given to me too that I love. It's stamps of medicine. There was one, a Dag Hammarskjöld stamp, that was famous because they printed it upside down when they put the color in, and I think it created a huge controversy from-- you know this better than I do because they decided then just to overprint them. Instead of making a few sheets that were incredibly valuable, they ended up printing out thousands of these things, which I have one now. It's only worth 7 cents, but at the time, it seemed really cool to have a misprinted stamp in your collection. Dr. David Steensma: Dag Hammarskjöld, there's an interesting connection with what I was talking about a little bit earlier with St. Elizabeth's Hospital. So, this relatively small teaching hospital had, at one point, a very strong hematology research program led by a guy named Fred Stallman. And in 1974, Fred Stallman, who was coming back from ISH, International Society Hematology, which was in Tel Aviv that year, and his plane exploded somewhere over the Aegean Sea, ultimately thought to be related to the PLO, and so he died. There was a big painting on the wall, in the hospital of him. And Dag Hammarskjöld also, at the peak of his career, you know, as the UN Secretary-General, was killed in a plane crash. But the interesting thing about Fred Stallman is, here, you have somebody who was so important in hematology. None of the fellows had any idea who he was or their connection to hematology. You know, it shows how fleeting fame is, unless you're an Einstein or Babe Ruth level. So, that was a good thing to keep in mind as well. Pat Loehrer: We could talk for another hour or two on this. Dave, we really appreciate it. But unfortunately, this is all the time we have for today. And I really want to thank you for joining us, Dave. This has been a wonderful conversation. I also want to thank all our listeners for tuning in to Oncology, Etc. This is an ASCO Education broadcast where we will talk about anything and everything, as you can imagine. If you have an idea for a topic or a guest you'd like to see on the show, just email us at: education@asco.org. Thanks, again. And, Dave, I've got a quiz for you here. Do you know why pirates don't take a shower before they walk off the plank? Dr. David Steensma: I do not. Dave Johnson: I have no idea. Pat Loehrer: It's because they wash up on shore. Dave Johnson: Oh boy.   Thank you for listening to the ASCO Education podcast. To stay up-to-date with the latest episodes, please click, "Subscribe." Let us know what you think by leaving a review. For more information, visit the Comprehensive Education Center at: education.asco.org.   The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy, should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.

Cellini and Dimino
Beyond The Goatee (11.15.2022)

Cellini and Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 14:43


A trip into the mind of Chris Dimino, Beyond The Goatee, presented by Granite Garage Floors Foreigner hitting the road John Travolta 1923, Yellowstone Prequel Babe Ruth saves the day Guns N Roses and Bob Dillion Fonzie  Grammy's See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Con Las Bases Llenas Podcast de Beisbol
GUANTE de BABE RUTH vendido en una CIFRA NUNCA ANTES VISTA

Con Las Bases Llenas Podcast de Beisbol

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 58:28


No vas a creer en cuánto se vendió el guante del "Bambino" Babe Ruth. Te contamos los detalles en nuestro noticiero de hoy. Siguen los premios de Grandes Ligas, aumentan los rumores de varios agentes libres y sus posibles nuevos destinos y repasamos los resultados del beisbol de Ligas Invernales alrededor del Caribe.

Moonshots - Adventures in Innovation
Ryan Holiday: Discipline Is Destiny

Moonshots - Adventures in Innovation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 67:07


To master anything, one must first master themselves–one's emotions, one's thoughts, one's actions. In Ryan Holidays: Discipline is Destiny, Holiday draws on the stories of historical figures we can emulate as pillars of self-discipline, including Lou Gehrig, Queen Elizabeth II, boxer Floyd Patterson, Marcus Aurelius, and writer Toni Morrison, as well as the cautionary tales of Napoleon, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Babe Ruth. Through these engaging examples, Holiday teaches readers the power of self-discipline and balance. At the heart of Stoicism are four simple virtues: courage, temperance, justice, and wisdom. Everything else, the Stoics believed, flows from them. Discipline is Destiny will guide readers down the path to self-mastery, upon which all the other virtues depend. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The David Alliance
Poteniall....ly Bad

The David Alliance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 7:10


  Wake the Faith up Slayer… This is Garth Heckman with the David Alliance and you can reach me at TDAgiantslayer@gmail.com    Brought to you by wellbuiltbody.com Gym Apparel for men and women that rocks and shocks and ain't for everybody - but just might be for you. wellbuiltbody.com   Lou Gehrig vs. Babe Ruth   Babe Ruth was the most untapped potential and possibly the worst example of an athlete or idol.   Breakfast - had a quart of bourbon and ginger ale in order to wash down the steak, up to a dozen eggs and potatoes he ate every morning.   The Boston Post reported that according to Ruth's wife, almost every day, he ate "two-and-a-half pounds of rare beef steak" with a whole bottle of chili sauce. He would eat two massive dinners with two gigantic snacks in between. Each dinner consisted of two porterhouse steaks, a double-order of cottage-fried potatoes, two heads of lettuce, and two apple pies a la mode. Both "snacks" were made up of four hot dogs and four bottles of Coca-Cola.   His temperament was not much better than his eating habits. He openly bullied and mocked smaller men in stature- making them the butt of jokes. He was a womanizer and more than once had women threaten him and come after him for what he did to them or how he treated them.  He fought with fans, with teammates, with umpires and with the commissioner of baseball.  He never exercised, he ate like a pig and lived life solely off of his pure genetic talent. Some call him the greatest… but he truly could have been the greatest… of any athlete anywhere in any time of history if he had not insulted his talent with sheer disdain.   people argue over what he could have done if he had eaten right, exercised, learned to control his fury and what could have truly happened to the Yankees if he had learned to encourage and teach his teammates… they could have had a run much like the NBA Bulls with MJ or even longer.   You only have so much time and so much talent. Do you mock it, insult it by not giving your all to what you do and more importantly to who you are?  This of Solomon who much like Babe Ruth had it all. He had all that wisdom, insight, wealth, power, influence and he mocked it by simply using it selfishly for himself. He did amazing things… but only for himself. He could have money to build or buy anything. He could have 2-3 different beautiful women in his bedroom every night - FOR A YEAR - without repeating a single visit from any of them. He had the fear and admonition of the world, he could have harnessed the power of his full capacity and Gods favor to leave an eternal legacy… but he did not. At the end of his life he simply said “vanity vanity what does man gain for all his toil”. he realizes in this moment what a waste of potential. He had poured out all God had given to him for some cheap applause, a stable of fast horses and even faster women. And at the end of his life he had nothing eternal to show for it. Everyone has a legacy. You have a legacy. Will it be one recorded in Gods diary… Or will it be used as scratch paper for a to do list in heaven. 

Mad Dog's Daily Bite
Doggie reviews the HBO documentary, Say Hey, Willie Mays

Mad Dog's Daily Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 17:57


Doggie reviews the HBO documentary, Say Hey, Willie Mays. He talked about Barry Bonds being featured and why no one addressed Bond's history with PED's. He also talked about Mays snubbing his for an autograph when he was 8 years old.

Baseball Rabbithole
Game 2-Sixth Inning: You Can't Handle the Ruth

Baseball Rabbithole

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 26:58


Who held the single season home run record before Babe Ruth? It's over a century of controversy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Book Legion
Discipline is Destiny by Ryan Holiday

The Book Legion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 15:55


In Discipline is Destiny, Holiday draws on the stories of historical figures we can emulate as pillars of self-discipline, including Lou Gehrig, Queen Elizabeth II, boxer Floyd Patterson, Marcus Aurelius and writer Toni Morrison, as well as the cautionary tales of Napoleon, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Babe Ruth. Through these engaging examples, Holiday teaches readers the power of self-discipline and balance, and cautions against the perils of extravagance and hedonism.Buy the book Here: https://amzn.to/3NGih2T+++++Subscribe to the Podcast!▶︎ PODCAST: https://bit.ly/3qpki6YFollow us on Social Media:▶︎ WEBSITE | https://thebooklegion.com▶︎ YOUTUBE  |  http://bit.ly/2MZJ3Io▶︎ INSTAGRAM  |  https://instagram.com/thebooklegion▶︎ FACEBOOK  |  https://facebook.com/thebooklegionCheck out Tyzer Evans' other Podcast, Grind Sell Elevate here: https://bit.ly/3bU6D3lAnd Check out our sponsor Odin's Rune Clothing Co.: https://bit.ly/odinsrune, clothing for those who want to burn the boats to live a purpose-driven life

American Countryside
Naniboujou Lodge

American Countryside

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 3:00


Babe Ruth and Jack Dempsey were members of this exclusive club, yet they may have never set foot here.  It's a place that was built...

Countdown with Keith Olbermann
SCARBOROUGH'S SCUMBAG ATTACK ON FETTERMAN 10.27.22

Countdown with Keith Olbermann

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 37:00 Very Popular


EPISODE 63: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN A-Block (1:46) I cannot be certain which scumbag I hate more today: Joe Scarborough or Samuel Alito. It's amazing that a shameless venomous opportunist, whose behavior for 30 years implies a damaged psyche, has the nerve to attack and not celebrate the recovery from stroke of an honest politician (5:30) Scarborough is the political whore who tried to mainstream Trump on MSNBC yet never once asked him "Why do you say things that make no sense?" or "Have you had an aneurysm or concussion?" or "Have you used drugs that can interfere with or damage your cognitive ability?" (7:27) His attack on Fetterman is worse than it seems because for every American recovering from injury or illness, it is a slap in their face from a creature not worthy of any position of influence in this business or this society (10:30) And "Justice" Samuel Alito, who has now failed mathematics, history, and ethics, may still be worse after his self-martyring speech to a fascist group (15:20) Perhaps Alito can resign and be replaced by an attorney who once defended the murderer of an abortion doctor. The attorney was named Joe Scarborough. B-Block (18:15) EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: Kodah, in New York (19:00) POSTSCRIPTS TO THE NEWS: Surprisingly good news for Dems in early voting numbers and the generic Congressional Ballot; the implication Kash Patel is willing to testify against Trump; Kanye crashes Skechers and gets shown out by security; Musk tries to float a joke only to see it sink; Another Herschel Walker abortion story (23:00) IN SPORTS: Boone stays, the new NYC Marathon chief may have togo, and they're not booing, they're chanting "Potvin Socks" (26:07) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: NewsNation TV and Louis DeJoy compete with National Review Online publishing the rants of a Pennsylvania Republican who wants genocide against Democrats for the honors. C-Block (30:33) THINGS I PROMISED NOT TO TELL: Back 43 years ago today, they actually banned Willie Mays for promoting gambling (rather than give him a big paycheck). At age 20 I had to interview him, and the bizarre way he answered his phone still resonates me - as does the bizarre way he was drafted by the army right after his big league debut and how that might have cost him the all-time Home Run Record.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Shotgun Start
A “Swan” Song, LIV's depth problem, Rory's “betrayal” and #FBF on Mid Ocean

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 47:54 Very Popular


It's Friday! Brendan and Andy cobble together this episode, starting with some random segments on a Boy from Bratislava copycat situation with the Man from Marseille. Then the Mid-Am Minute is back with a few more details on the DR event with less than 30 players that gets one mid-am player into a PGA Tour event. That transitions to a 65-year-old who sits on the board of trustees of the host course playing in this week's PGA Tour event and, well, trying to steer it into the house. Then they get to LIV Miami, where the lineup for the first day's matches is barf-inducing. They debate how many more big names are needed to make this look a little stronger, while running through the various appeal levels of each match. Rory's comments on Ryder Cup “betrayal” are discussed before an #FBF segment touches on the origins of Mid Ocean Club and an amusing story of an early Babe Ruth visit.

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
10-27-22 Segment 1 Variety Show

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 68:08 Transcription Available


Local news kickers. Send 'em to bed with a laugh! Blues lose a tough one to the oilers. This Binner is standing on his head, spitting wooden nickels but the Note can't seem to score a 5v5 goal. We somehow segue to Robby Benson, Ocala Florida, and group sex. Babe Ruth movies. Which former Mizzou athlete would you most want to have a threesome with? Jock strap talk. Smashing Pumpkins. Miley Cyrus, Iggy preferred the Hannah Montana days... pause. Bruce Springsteen is going on Howard Stern. Favorite concerts. Red Rocks. The Tim & Lern dinner date and Iggy's jealousy.

Q & A, Hosted by Jay Nordlinger
George F. Will on Ukraine, U.S. Politics, Baseball, and More

Q & A, Hosted by Jay Nordlinger

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 44:58


As usual, Jay has some questions for George F. Will: What do you think about the midterms? Is Biden all there? What is the importance of Ukraine? How do you deal with the terms “liberal” and “conservative”? What about the F-word, “fascism”? What was Johnny Carson like? How about David Letterman? Have you ever been starstruck? Is Shohei Ohtani like Babe Ruth? There are more questions where those... Source

#BreatheMoveAdapt
122: Staring At the Blank Page Before You, Open Up the Dirty Window, Let the Sun Illuminate the Words That You Could Not Find, Reaching For Something in the Distance, So Close You Can Almost Taste It.

#BreatheMoveAdapt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 56:24


- Nick relapses his gambling addiction.- "Andy what are those incoherent ramblings on your IG stories?" - The Babe Ruth diet.- Brandon and Megan offer a REEL symposium.

Save It For The Podcast!
Episode 83: Patriots are Rolling, Celtics are Back, & NBA Over Unders

Save It For The Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 121:25


This week, the guys have a lot to cover as the dive into the Patriots' win over the Browns, some recent stumbles by Super Bowl contenders, and then take a look at Week 7. They also chat about the start of the Celtics' season, expectations for the team this year, and then offer up their locks for over or under on NBA win totals. In Toss Up, our fearless hosts debate if they could survive Babe Ruth's horrendous diet. Last but not least, everyone picks their Loser of the Week.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Friday, October 21st, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 17:37


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, October 21st, 2022. Happy Friday everyone… Since it’s Friday, I thought we’d go ahead and kick things off with a “On this day in history!” On this day in history, October 21st: 1918 In order to secure a WWI armistice, Germany agrees to further concessions 1921 Germany and Allies comes to an agreements over reparation payments in a meeting at Wiensbaden 1924 1st Negro League World Series: KC Monarchs shuts out Hilldales, 5-0 1930 Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, premieres on NBC radio 1934 MLB All-Star team led by Connie Mack and including Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx and Lou Gehrig sails to Japan for 18-game series against Big-Six University League 1944 US forces under General Douglas MacArthur return to the Philippines with the landing of the US 6th army on Leyte (There’s even a statue of MacArthur and his troops commemorating MacArthur keeping that promise of a u.s. return.) 1954 Leigh, Charlap, Styne, Comden and Green's musical "Peter Pan", starring Mary Martin and Cyril Ritchard, opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC; runs for 152 performances 1955 A historic Publication of "The Return of the King", the 3rd and final volume of "The Lord of the Rings" by J. R. R. Tolkien by George Allen and Unwin in London 1963 Jim Brown sets NFL single-season rushing record, 1,863 yds 1973 Queen Elizabeth II opens the Sydney Opera House 2019 1st New York to Sydney non-stop test flight by a commercial airline achieved by a Qantas Boeing 787 Dreamliner, takes 19 hours 42 minutes And that, was on this day in history for October 21st… Accountable2You Is your smartphone a tool in the service of Christ, or a minefield of distractions and temptations? With soul-killing seductions just a few taps away, our families and churches must embrace biblical accountability on our digital devices. Accountable2You makes transparency easy on all your family's devices, by sharing app usage and detailed browsing history—including "Incognito" mode—with your spouse, parent, or chosen accountability partner. Accountable2You helps your family to proactively guard against temptation, so you can live with integrity for God's glory! Learn more and try it for free at Accountable2You.com/FLF https://www.dailywire.com/news/hunter-bidens-laptop-documents-at-least-459-legal-violations-watchdog-group-says Hunter Biden’s Laptop Documents At Least 459 Legal Violations, Watchdog Group Says A year-long exploration of Hunter Biden’s laptop has yielded a 630-page report that its authors say document 459 violations of state and federal laws and regulations by President Joe Biden’s son and his business partners. Marco Polo, a nonprofit formed by a one-time aide to former President Trump to enable a team to take a deep dive into the laptop that the crack-addled Biden left at a Delaware repair store, claims the report is a road map for local, state, or federal prosecutors to pursue charges. The group also sent its report to each member of Congress. The timing of the report’s release, coming two weeks before the midterm elections, has a certain symmetry to the laptop’s initial introduction to the public. In 2020, days before the election, the New York Post published news of the laptop’s existence, as well as bombshells from it, but social media suppressed the story after the FBI had warned companies of so-called misinformation. This time around, the timing is similar, but other factors are reversed. Legacy outlets have acknowledged that the laptop’s files are authentic, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey admitted that censoring the laptop was a mistake, and the social media platform is being sold to free-speech advocate Elon Musk. The report, which reviewed the laptop’s emails, videos, calendar items, photographs, phone records, financial documents and more, but also provided context and explanation, serves as a “Rosetta Stone of white- and blue-collar crime under the patina of ‘the Delaware Way,’” the report says. “We were able to illuminate previously convoluted network webs of the people leading the charge for global governance,” cutting through shell companies and middlemen.” Crimes Hunter Biden allegedly committed include serving as an agent for foreign entities without disclosing it, tax fraud, and falsifying business documents. The alleged crimes also include prostitution, non-consensual pornography, and distribution of narcotics. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/washington-secrets/voters-agree-gop-to-take-house-senate Voters agree: GOP to take House and Senate Weeks of reporting that the Republicans are poised to take control of the House, and maybe the Senate, have sunk with voters who now mostly agree that the November elections should show Democrats the door. In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, just shared with Secrets, likely voters expect the Republicans to win control of the House. And it’s not even close, with 67% agreeing to 17% who don’t. Even 56% of Democrats expect their party to lose control of the House. As for the Senate, it's closer, with 58% of likely voters believing it’s likely the Republicans will edge out the Democrats. Just 25% don’t agree. Among Democrats, the split is even, 42% agree and 42% don’t. Much of the media have recently raised expectations that the House will turn red by 10-40 seats. There has been some reporting of tightening Senate races that could give the Republicans a 1-2 seat edge after the elections are over on Nov. 8. The survey also quizzed likely voters on if they plan to cast ballots early or on Election Day. Most, by a 53%-44% margin, chose Election Day, though that was mostly a GOP preference as with past elections. https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2022/10/20/former-fbi-official-will-testify-about-white-house-pressure-to-inflate-domestic-extremism-numbers-n1638595 Former FBI Official Will Testify About White House Pressure to Inflate Domestic Extremism Numbers Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee announced on Thursday that they would be calling a former top FBI official to testify before Congress to address claims that the Biden administration pressured agents to label cases as domestic extremism or a white supremacist threat even if they did not meet that criteria in order to match Joe Biden’s rhetoric. Last month, current and former FBI agents came forward claiming the Biden administration has been deliberately exaggerating the danger posed by white supremacists. According to the whistleblowers, high-ranking FBI officials were pressuring field agents to fabricate domestic terrorism cases and label people as white supremacists in order to “meet internal metrics.” “The demand for white supremacy” coming from FBI brass “vastly outstrips the supply of white supremacy,” one agent told the Washington Times. “We have more people assigned to investigate white supremacists than we can actually find.” On December 2, members of the House Judiciary Committee will interview Jill Sanborn, a former assistant director of the FBI Counterterrorism Division and executive assistant director of its National Security Branch, who has been accused of pressuring agents to reclassify cases per the White House’s requests. The FBI claims it only investigates those “who commit or intend to commit violence and criminal activity that constitutes a federal crime or poses a threat to national security” and that it does not target individuals or organizations based on their political beliefs. Last year, the administration previously came under fire for using the resources of the Department of Justice to target angry parents at school board meetings and treat them like domestic terrorists. Merrick Garland authorized the FBI to investigate parents who protested school board meetings alleging a “disturbing trend” of teachers being threatened or harassed. However, PJ Media’s Megan Fox looked into those allegations and concluded that they’re mostly bunk. https://thepoliticalinsider.com/arizona-refuses-to-comply-with-biden-demand-to-remove-makeshift-border-wall/ Arizona Refuses to Comply With Biden Demand to Remove Makeshift Border Wall Arizona’s Department of Emergency and Military Affairs is refusing a demand by the Biden administration to remove the shipping containers they are using to close gaps in the wall at the southern border. A letter written to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and signed by Allen Clark, Director of Arizona’s DEMA, states “the containers will remain in place until specific details regarding construction are provided.” Clark goes on to argue that the residents of Arizona “cannot rely on the federal government to ensure its security.” “The myriad of federal agencies that claim jurisdiction on the southern border but do nothing to prevent the public nuisance caused by illegal immigration and criminal activity that exploits the open border is quite frustrating to those that live, work and recreate on that border and in our state,” he added. The letter comes in response to a demand by the Biden administration to remove the shipping containers that are predominantly being used to seal up gaps in the border wall near Yuma. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation penned its own letter last week claiming Arizona’s shipping containers are trespassing on its lands and those of the Cocopah Indian Tribe’s West Reservation. The Bureau indicates contracts have been awarded to close the gaps in question and they ‘anticipate’ awarding more. As such, they insisted the containers be removed so the project can continue “without unnecessary delay.” Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order to seal up gaps in the border wall in August. Meaning the White House had no less than 18 months to get those contracts awarded and pushed out to start construction. The shipping containers stand 22 feet high, are welded together, and feature an additional four feet of razor wiring added to the top. Ducey’s reasoning behind installing the containers includes the Biden administration’s “lack of urgency on border security,” which he labeled a “dereliction of duty.” Armored Republic The Mission of Armored Republic is to Honor Christ by equipping Free Men with Tools of Liberty necessary to preserve God-given rights. In the Armored Republic there is no King but Christ. We are Free Craftsmen. Body Armor is a Tool of Liberty. We create Tools of Liberty. Free men must remain ever vigilant against tyranny wherever it appears. God has given us the tools of liberty needed to defend the rights He bestowed to us. Armored Republic is honored to offer you those Tools. Visit them, at ar500armor.com Now it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/10/nascar-suspends-bubba-wallace-after-intentionally-wrecking-kyle-larson/ NASCAR Suspends Bubba Wallace After Intentionally Wrecking Kyle Larson NASCAR announced they suspended Bubba Wallace one race for his actions at Las Vegas Motor Speedway where he deliberately retaliated against Kyle Larson on the track. During the South Point 400, Larson had a strong run going into turn 3 and he dove to the inside of both Kevin Harvick and Bubba Wallace. Harvick got out of the gas and let Larson and Wallace race for the position. As they continued into turn four, Larson got loose and began to chase his car up the track inching ever close to Wallace. However, he never made contact with Wallace. Coming off the turn, Wallace slammed into the outside wall hard, bounced off it and down into Larson. Larson dove to the inside of the track to avoid Wallace. Wallace believing Larson had wronged him by chasing his car up the track chased him down the track and ran into his right rear quarter panel sending both cars spinning up the track. Larson would make contact with Christopher Bell before making contact with the wall. Wallace would smash nose first into the outside wall. NASCAR.com reports Wallace violated “Sections 4.3A and 4.4 C & E of the NASCAR Member Code of Conduct laid out in the NASCAR Rule Book. Rule 4.4.C lists “intentionally wrecking or spinning another vehicle, whether or not that vehicle is removed from Competition as a result’ as one of five member actions that could result in a penalty.” As noted above, NASCAR chose to suspend Wallace one race. NASCAR’s Chief Operating Officer Steve O’Donnell appeared on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio to explain the decision. https://twitter.com/i/status/1582488669625077762 - Play Video - 0:00-1:38 https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/10/nhl-embraces-anti-white-racism-says-they-have-too-many-white-employees-aims-to-change-that/ NHL Embraces Anti-White Racism, Says They Have Too Many White Employees, Aims To Change That The National Hockey League (NHL) released a workforce demographic study as part of a report on “Accelerating Diversity & Inclusion” that claims the organization’s teams are too white and the league plans to make changes to reduce the percentage of white people that work for them. Introducing the report, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman made clear the organization’s goals saying, “Our belief is stronger than ever that hockey has a powerful platform to build character, teach life skills, and support our society and our communities.” As part of one of their initiatives to promote diversity and inclusion, the report notes, “The NHL developed a new, best-in-class Workforce Demographic Study to understand the diversity of full-time League and Club employees and accelerate inclusive hiring.” This Workforce Demographic Study was also highlighted as one of the NHL’s 7 Dimensions, specifically under their Employment section. This section specifically notes the NHL is engaging in racist activities, “Data from the survey will help guide future decision-making about our workforce. In late 2021, the NHL hired a full-time Director of Recruiting who is focused on attracting diverse talent to the organization. Additionally, the League engaged Jopwell with the intent of creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace by expanding our talent pool through Jopwell’s network of Black, Latinx, and Native American professionals.” The report further notes they will be excluding white people from a mentorship program, “Clubs are also taking action: 22 Clubs have launched or are about to launch a mentorship/fellowship/hiring program to develop BIPOC and female talent to work in the organization’s Hockey Operations or front office roles.”

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Friday, October 21st, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 17:37


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, October 21st, 2022. Happy Friday everyone… Since it’s Friday, I thought we’d go ahead and kick things off with a “On this day in history!” On this day in history, October 21st: 1918 In order to secure a WWI armistice, Germany agrees to further concessions 1921 Germany and Allies comes to an agreements over reparation payments in a meeting at Wiensbaden 1924 1st Negro League World Series: KC Monarchs shuts out Hilldales, 5-0 1930 Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, premieres on NBC radio 1934 MLB All-Star team led by Connie Mack and including Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx and Lou Gehrig sails to Japan for 18-game series against Big-Six University League 1944 US forces under General Douglas MacArthur return to the Philippines with the landing of the US 6th army on Leyte (There’s even a statue of MacArthur and his troops commemorating MacArthur keeping that promise of a u.s. return.) 1954 Leigh, Charlap, Styne, Comden and Green's musical "Peter Pan", starring Mary Martin and Cyril Ritchard, opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC; runs for 152 performances 1955 A historic Publication of "The Return of the King", the 3rd and final volume of "The Lord of the Rings" by J. R. R. Tolkien by George Allen and Unwin in London 1963 Jim Brown sets NFL single-season rushing record, 1,863 yds 1973 Queen Elizabeth II opens the Sydney Opera House 2019 1st New York to Sydney non-stop test flight by a commercial airline achieved by a Qantas Boeing 787 Dreamliner, takes 19 hours 42 minutes And that, was on this day in history for October 21st… Accountable2You Is your smartphone a tool in the service of Christ, or a minefield of distractions and temptations? With soul-killing seductions just a few taps away, our families and churches must embrace biblical accountability on our digital devices. Accountable2You makes transparency easy on all your family's devices, by sharing app usage and detailed browsing history—including "Incognito" mode—with your spouse, parent, or chosen accountability partner. Accountable2You helps your family to proactively guard against temptation, so you can live with integrity for God's glory! Learn more and try it for free at Accountable2You.com/FLF https://www.dailywire.com/news/hunter-bidens-laptop-documents-at-least-459-legal-violations-watchdog-group-says Hunter Biden’s Laptop Documents At Least 459 Legal Violations, Watchdog Group Says A year-long exploration of Hunter Biden’s laptop has yielded a 630-page report that its authors say document 459 violations of state and federal laws and regulations by President Joe Biden’s son and his business partners. Marco Polo, a nonprofit formed by a one-time aide to former President Trump to enable a team to take a deep dive into the laptop that the crack-addled Biden left at a Delaware repair store, claims the report is a road map for local, state, or federal prosecutors to pursue charges. The group also sent its report to each member of Congress. The timing of the report’s release, coming two weeks before the midterm elections, has a certain symmetry to the laptop’s initial introduction to the public. In 2020, days before the election, the New York Post published news of the laptop’s existence, as well as bombshells from it, but social media suppressed the story after the FBI had warned companies of so-called misinformation. This time around, the timing is similar, but other factors are reversed. Legacy outlets have acknowledged that the laptop’s files are authentic, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey admitted that censoring the laptop was a mistake, and the social media platform is being sold to free-speech advocate Elon Musk. The report, which reviewed the laptop’s emails, videos, calendar items, photographs, phone records, financial documents and more, but also provided context and explanation, serves as a “Rosetta Stone of white- and blue-collar crime under the patina of ‘the Delaware Way,’” the report says. “We were able to illuminate previously convoluted network webs of the people leading the charge for global governance,” cutting through shell companies and middlemen.” Crimes Hunter Biden allegedly committed include serving as an agent for foreign entities without disclosing it, tax fraud, and falsifying business documents. The alleged crimes also include prostitution, non-consensual pornography, and distribution of narcotics. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/washington-secrets/voters-agree-gop-to-take-house-senate Voters agree: GOP to take House and Senate Weeks of reporting that the Republicans are poised to take control of the House, and maybe the Senate, have sunk with voters who now mostly agree that the November elections should show Democrats the door. In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, just shared with Secrets, likely voters expect the Republicans to win control of the House. And it’s not even close, with 67% agreeing to 17% who don’t. Even 56% of Democrats expect their party to lose control of the House. As for the Senate, it's closer, with 58% of likely voters believing it’s likely the Republicans will edge out the Democrats. Just 25% don’t agree. Among Democrats, the split is even, 42% agree and 42% don’t. Much of the media have recently raised expectations that the House will turn red by 10-40 seats. There has been some reporting of tightening Senate races that could give the Republicans a 1-2 seat edge after the elections are over on Nov. 8. The survey also quizzed likely voters on if they plan to cast ballots early or on Election Day. Most, by a 53%-44% margin, chose Election Day, though that was mostly a GOP preference as with past elections. https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2022/10/20/former-fbi-official-will-testify-about-white-house-pressure-to-inflate-domestic-extremism-numbers-n1638595 Former FBI Official Will Testify About White House Pressure to Inflate Domestic Extremism Numbers Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee announced on Thursday that they would be calling a former top FBI official to testify before Congress to address claims that the Biden administration pressured agents to label cases as domestic extremism or a white supremacist threat even if they did not meet that criteria in order to match Joe Biden’s rhetoric. Last month, current and former FBI agents came forward claiming the Biden administration has been deliberately exaggerating the danger posed by white supremacists. According to the whistleblowers, high-ranking FBI officials were pressuring field agents to fabricate domestic terrorism cases and label people as white supremacists in order to “meet internal metrics.” “The demand for white supremacy” coming from FBI brass “vastly outstrips the supply of white supremacy,” one agent told the Washington Times. “We have more people assigned to investigate white supremacists than we can actually find.” On December 2, members of the House Judiciary Committee will interview Jill Sanborn, a former assistant director of the FBI Counterterrorism Division and executive assistant director of its National Security Branch, who has been accused of pressuring agents to reclassify cases per the White House’s requests. The FBI claims it only investigates those “who commit or intend to commit violence and criminal activity that constitutes a federal crime or poses a threat to national security” and that it does not target individuals or organizations based on their political beliefs. Last year, the administration previously came under fire for using the resources of the Department of Justice to target angry parents at school board meetings and treat them like domestic terrorists. Merrick Garland authorized the FBI to investigate parents who protested school board meetings alleging a “disturbing trend” of teachers being threatened or harassed. However, PJ Media’s Megan Fox looked into those allegations and concluded that they’re mostly bunk. https://thepoliticalinsider.com/arizona-refuses-to-comply-with-biden-demand-to-remove-makeshift-border-wall/ Arizona Refuses to Comply With Biden Demand to Remove Makeshift Border Wall Arizona’s Department of Emergency and Military Affairs is refusing a demand by the Biden administration to remove the shipping containers they are using to close gaps in the wall at the southern border. A letter written to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and signed by Allen Clark, Director of Arizona’s DEMA, states “the containers will remain in place until specific details regarding construction are provided.” Clark goes on to argue that the residents of Arizona “cannot rely on the federal government to ensure its security.” “The myriad of federal agencies that claim jurisdiction on the southern border but do nothing to prevent the public nuisance caused by illegal immigration and criminal activity that exploits the open border is quite frustrating to those that live, work and recreate on that border and in our state,” he added. The letter comes in response to a demand by the Biden administration to remove the shipping containers that are predominantly being used to seal up gaps in the border wall near Yuma. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation penned its own letter last week claiming Arizona’s shipping containers are trespassing on its lands and those of the Cocopah Indian Tribe’s West Reservation. The Bureau indicates contracts have been awarded to close the gaps in question and they ‘anticipate’ awarding more. As such, they insisted the containers be removed so the project can continue “without unnecessary delay.” Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order to seal up gaps in the border wall in August. Meaning the White House had no less than 18 months to get those contracts awarded and pushed out to start construction. The shipping containers stand 22 feet high, are welded together, and feature an additional four feet of razor wiring added to the top. Ducey’s reasoning behind installing the containers includes the Biden administration’s “lack of urgency on border security,” which he labeled a “dereliction of duty.” Armored Republic The Mission of Armored Republic is to Honor Christ by equipping Free Men with Tools of Liberty necessary to preserve God-given rights. In the Armored Republic there is no King but Christ. We are Free Craftsmen. Body Armor is a Tool of Liberty. We create Tools of Liberty. Free men must remain ever vigilant against tyranny wherever it appears. God has given us the tools of liberty needed to defend the rights He bestowed to us. Armored Republic is honored to offer you those Tools. Visit them, at ar500armor.com Now it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/10/nascar-suspends-bubba-wallace-after-intentionally-wrecking-kyle-larson/ NASCAR Suspends Bubba Wallace After Intentionally Wrecking Kyle Larson NASCAR announced they suspended Bubba Wallace one race for his actions at Las Vegas Motor Speedway where he deliberately retaliated against Kyle Larson on the track. During the South Point 400, Larson had a strong run going into turn 3 and he dove to the inside of both Kevin Harvick and Bubba Wallace. Harvick got out of the gas and let Larson and Wallace race for the position. As they continued into turn four, Larson got loose and began to chase his car up the track inching ever close to Wallace. However, he never made contact with Wallace. Coming off the turn, Wallace slammed into the outside wall hard, bounced off it and down into Larson. Larson dove to the inside of the track to avoid Wallace. Wallace believing Larson had wronged him by chasing his car up the track chased him down the track and ran into his right rear quarter panel sending both cars spinning up the track. Larson would make contact with Christopher Bell before making contact with the wall. Wallace would smash nose first into the outside wall. NASCAR.com reports Wallace violated “Sections 4.3A and 4.4 C & E of the NASCAR Member Code of Conduct laid out in the NASCAR Rule Book. Rule 4.4.C lists “intentionally wrecking or spinning another vehicle, whether or not that vehicle is removed from Competition as a result’ as one of five member actions that could result in a penalty.” As noted above, NASCAR chose to suspend Wallace one race. NASCAR’s Chief Operating Officer Steve O’Donnell appeared on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio to explain the decision. https://twitter.com/i/status/1582488669625077762 - Play Video - 0:00-1:38 https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/10/nhl-embraces-anti-white-racism-says-they-have-too-many-white-employees-aims-to-change-that/ NHL Embraces Anti-White Racism, Says They Have Too Many White Employees, Aims To Change That The National Hockey League (NHL) released a workforce demographic study as part of a report on “Accelerating Diversity & Inclusion” that claims the organization’s teams are too white and the league plans to make changes to reduce the percentage of white people that work for them. Introducing the report, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman made clear the organization’s goals saying, “Our belief is stronger than ever that hockey has a powerful platform to build character, teach life skills, and support our society and our communities.” As part of one of their initiatives to promote diversity and inclusion, the report notes, “The NHL developed a new, best-in-class Workforce Demographic Study to understand the diversity of full-time League and Club employees and accelerate inclusive hiring.” This Workforce Demographic Study was also highlighted as one of the NHL’s 7 Dimensions, specifically under their Employment section. This section specifically notes the NHL is engaging in racist activities, “Data from the survey will help guide future decision-making about our workforce. In late 2021, the NHL hired a full-time Director of Recruiting who is focused on attracting diverse talent to the organization. Additionally, the League engaged Jopwell with the intent of creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace by expanding our talent pool through Jopwell’s network of Black, Latinx, and Native American professionals.” The report further notes they will be excluding white people from a mentorship program, “Clubs are also taking action: 22 Clubs have launched or are about to launch a mentorship/fellowship/hiring program to develop BIPOC and female talent to work in the organization’s Hockey Operations or front office roles.”

Fight Laugh Feast USA
Daily News Brief for Friday, October 21st, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

Fight Laugh Feast USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 17:37


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, October 21st, 2022. Happy Friday everyone… Since it’s Friday, I thought we’d go ahead and kick things off with a “On this day in history!” On this day in history, October 21st: 1918 In order to secure a WWI armistice, Germany agrees to further concessions 1921 Germany and Allies comes to an agreements over reparation payments in a meeting at Wiensbaden 1924 1st Negro League World Series: KC Monarchs shuts out Hilldales, 5-0 1930 Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, premieres on NBC radio 1934 MLB All-Star team led by Connie Mack and including Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx and Lou Gehrig sails to Japan for 18-game series against Big-Six University League 1944 US forces under General Douglas MacArthur return to the Philippines with the landing of the US 6th army on Leyte (There’s even a statue of MacArthur and his troops commemorating MacArthur keeping that promise of a u.s. return.) 1954 Leigh, Charlap, Styne, Comden and Green's musical "Peter Pan", starring Mary Martin and Cyril Ritchard, opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC; runs for 152 performances 1955 A historic Publication of "The Return of the King", the 3rd and final volume of "The Lord of the Rings" by J. R. R. Tolkien by George Allen and Unwin in London 1963 Jim Brown sets NFL single-season rushing record, 1,863 yds 1973 Queen Elizabeth II opens the Sydney Opera House 2019 1st New York to Sydney non-stop test flight by a commercial airline achieved by a Qantas Boeing 787 Dreamliner, takes 19 hours 42 minutes And that, was on this day in history for October 21st… Accountable2You Is your smartphone a tool in the service of Christ, or a minefield of distractions and temptations? With soul-killing seductions just a few taps away, our families and churches must embrace biblical accountability on our digital devices. Accountable2You makes transparency easy on all your family's devices, by sharing app usage and detailed browsing history—including "Incognito" mode—with your spouse, parent, or chosen accountability partner. Accountable2You helps your family to proactively guard against temptation, so you can live with integrity for God's glory! Learn more and try it for free at Accountable2You.com/FLF https://www.dailywire.com/news/hunter-bidens-laptop-documents-at-least-459-legal-violations-watchdog-group-says Hunter Biden’s Laptop Documents At Least 459 Legal Violations, Watchdog Group Says A year-long exploration of Hunter Biden’s laptop has yielded a 630-page report that its authors say document 459 violations of state and federal laws and regulations by President Joe Biden’s son and his business partners. Marco Polo, a nonprofit formed by a one-time aide to former President Trump to enable a team to take a deep dive into the laptop that the crack-addled Biden left at a Delaware repair store, claims the report is a road map for local, state, or federal prosecutors to pursue charges. The group also sent its report to each member of Congress. The timing of the report’s release, coming two weeks before the midterm elections, has a certain symmetry to the laptop’s initial introduction to the public. In 2020, days before the election, the New York Post published news of the laptop’s existence, as well as bombshells from it, but social media suppressed the story after the FBI had warned companies of so-called misinformation. This time around, the timing is similar, but other factors are reversed. Legacy outlets have acknowledged that the laptop’s files are authentic, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey admitted that censoring the laptop was a mistake, and the social media platform is being sold to free-speech advocate Elon Musk. The report, which reviewed the laptop’s emails, videos, calendar items, photographs, phone records, financial documents and more, but also provided context and explanation, serves as a “Rosetta Stone of white- and blue-collar crime under the patina of ‘the Delaware Way,’” the report says. “We were able to illuminate previously convoluted network webs of the people leading the charge for global governance,” cutting through shell companies and middlemen.” Crimes Hunter Biden allegedly committed include serving as an agent for foreign entities without disclosing it, tax fraud, and falsifying business documents. The alleged crimes also include prostitution, non-consensual pornography, and distribution of narcotics. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/washington-secrets/voters-agree-gop-to-take-house-senate Voters agree: GOP to take House and Senate Weeks of reporting that the Republicans are poised to take control of the House, and maybe the Senate, have sunk with voters who now mostly agree that the November elections should show Democrats the door. In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, just shared with Secrets, likely voters expect the Republicans to win control of the House. And it’s not even close, with 67% agreeing to 17% who don’t. Even 56% of Democrats expect their party to lose control of the House. As for the Senate, it's closer, with 58% of likely voters believing it’s likely the Republicans will edge out the Democrats. Just 25% don’t agree. Among Democrats, the split is even, 42% agree and 42% don’t. Much of the media have recently raised expectations that the House will turn red by 10-40 seats. There has been some reporting of tightening Senate races that could give the Republicans a 1-2 seat edge after the elections are over on Nov. 8. The survey also quizzed likely voters on if they plan to cast ballots early or on Election Day. Most, by a 53%-44% margin, chose Election Day, though that was mostly a GOP preference as with past elections. https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2022/10/20/former-fbi-official-will-testify-about-white-house-pressure-to-inflate-domestic-extremism-numbers-n1638595 Former FBI Official Will Testify About White House Pressure to Inflate Domestic Extremism Numbers Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee announced on Thursday that they would be calling a former top FBI official to testify before Congress to address claims that the Biden administration pressured agents to label cases as domestic extremism or a white supremacist threat even if they did not meet that criteria in order to match Joe Biden’s rhetoric. Last month, current and former FBI agents came forward claiming the Biden administration has been deliberately exaggerating the danger posed by white supremacists. According to the whistleblowers, high-ranking FBI officials were pressuring field agents to fabricate domestic terrorism cases and label people as white supremacists in order to “meet internal metrics.” “The demand for white supremacy” coming from FBI brass “vastly outstrips the supply of white supremacy,” one agent told the Washington Times. “We have more people assigned to investigate white supremacists than we can actually find.” On December 2, members of the House Judiciary Committee will interview Jill Sanborn, a former assistant director of the FBI Counterterrorism Division and executive assistant director of its National Security Branch, who has been accused of pressuring agents to reclassify cases per the White House’s requests. The FBI claims it only investigates those “who commit or intend to commit violence and criminal activity that constitutes a federal crime or poses a threat to national security” and that it does not target individuals or organizations based on their political beliefs. Last year, the administration previously came under fire for using the resources of the Department of Justice to target angry parents at school board meetings and treat them like domestic terrorists. Merrick Garland authorized the FBI to investigate parents who protested school board meetings alleging a “disturbing trend” of teachers being threatened or harassed. However, PJ Media’s Megan Fox looked into those allegations and concluded that they’re mostly bunk. https://thepoliticalinsider.com/arizona-refuses-to-comply-with-biden-demand-to-remove-makeshift-border-wall/ Arizona Refuses to Comply With Biden Demand to Remove Makeshift Border Wall Arizona’s Department of Emergency and Military Affairs is refusing a demand by the Biden administration to remove the shipping containers they are using to close gaps in the wall at the southern border. A letter written to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and signed by Allen Clark, Director of Arizona’s DEMA, states “the containers will remain in place until specific details regarding construction are provided.” Clark goes on to argue that the residents of Arizona “cannot rely on the federal government to ensure its security.” “The myriad of federal agencies that claim jurisdiction on the southern border but do nothing to prevent the public nuisance caused by illegal immigration and criminal activity that exploits the open border is quite frustrating to those that live, work and recreate on that border and in our state,” he added. The letter comes in response to a demand by the Biden administration to remove the shipping containers that are predominantly being used to seal up gaps in the border wall near Yuma. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation penned its own letter last week claiming Arizona’s shipping containers are trespassing on its lands and those of the Cocopah Indian Tribe’s West Reservation. The Bureau indicates contracts have been awarded to close the gaps in question and they ‘anticipate’ awarding more. As such, they insisted the containers be removed so the project can continue “without unnecessary delay.” Arizona Republican Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order to seal up gaps in the border wall in August. Meaning the White House had no less than 18 months to get those contracts awarded and pushed out to start construction. The shipping containers stand 22 feet high, are welded together, and feature an additional four feet of razor wiring added to the top. Ducey’s reasoning behind installing the containers includes the Biden administration’s “lack of urgency on border security,” which he labeled a “dereliction of duty.” Armored Republic The Mission of Armored Republic is to Honor Christ by equipping Free Men with Tools of Liberty necessary to preserve God-given rights. In the Armored Republic there is no King but Christ. We are Free Craftsmen. Body Armor is a Tool of Liberty. We create Tools of Liberty. Free men must remain ever vigilant against tyranny wherever it appears. God has given us the tools of liberty needed to defend the rights He bestowed to us. Armored Republic is honored to offer you those Tools. Visit them, at ar500armor.com Now it’s time for my favorite topic… sports! https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/10/nascar-suspends-bubba-wallace-after-intentionally-wrecking-kyle-larson/ NASCAR Suspends Bubba Wallace After Intentionally Wrecking Kyle Larson NASCAR announced they suspended Bubba Wallace one race for his actions at Las Vegas Motor Speedway where he deliberately retaliated against Kyle Larson on the track. During the South Point 400, Larson had a strong run going into turn 3 and he dove to the inside of both Kevin Harvick and Bubba Wallace. Harvick got out of the gas and let Larson and Wallace race for the position. As they continued into turn four, Larson got loose and began to chase his car up the track inching ever close to Wallace. However, he never made contact with Wallace. Coming off the turn, Wallace slammed into the outside wall hard, bounced off it and down into Larson. Larson dove to the inside of the track to avoid Wallace. Wallace believing Larson had wronged him by chasing his car up the track chased him down the track and ran into his right rear quarter panel sending both cars spinning up the track. Larson would make contact with Christopher Bell before making contact with the wall. Wallace would smash nose first into the outside wall. NASCAR.com reports Wallace violated “Sections 4.3A and 4.4 C & E of the NASCAR Member Code of Conduct laid out in the NASCAR Rule Book. Rule 4.4.C lists “intentionally wrecking or spinning another vehicle, whether or not that vehicle is removed from Competition as a result’ as one of five member actions that could result in a penalty.” As noted above, NASCAR chose to suspend Wallace one race. NASCAR’s Chief Operating Officer Steve O’Donnell appeared on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio to explain the decision. https://twitter.com/i/status/1582488669625077762 - Play Video - 0:00-1:38 https://www.boundingintosports.com/2022/10/nhl-embraces-anti-white-racism-says-they-have-too-many-white-employees-aims-to-change-that/ NHL Embraces Anti-White Racism, Says They Have Too Many White Employees, Aims To Change That The National Hockey League (NHL) released a workforce demographic study as part of a report on “Accelerating Diversity & Inclusion” that claims the organization’s teams are too white and the league plans to make changes to reduce the percentage of white people that work for them. Introducing the report, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman made clear the organization’s goals saying, “Our belief is stronger than ever that hockey has a powerful platform to build character, teach life skills, and support our society and our communities.” As part of one of their initiatives to promote diversity and inclusion, the report notes, “The NHL developed a new, best-in-class Workforce Demographic Study to understand the diversity of full-time League and Club employees and accelerate inclusive hiring.” This Workforce Demographic Study was also highlighted as one of the NHL’s 7 Dimensions, specifically under their Employment section. This section specifically notes the NHL is engaging in racist activities, “Data from the survey will help guide future decision-making about our workforce. In late 2021, the NHL hired a full-time Director of Recruiting who is focused on attracting diverse talent to the organization. Additionally, the League engaged Jopwell with the intent of creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace by expanding our talent pool through Jopwell’s network of Black, Latinx, and Native American professionals.” The report further notes they will be excluding white people from a mentorship program, “Clubs are also taking action: 22 Clubs have launched or are about to launch a mentorship/fellowship/hiring program to develop BIPOC and female talent to work in the organization’s Hockey Operations or front office roles.”

The Book Case
Doug Bauer Steps Up to Bat

The Book Case

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 40:14 Very Popular


Doug Bauer has written a love story, "The Beckoning World". A man and a woman. A father and son. A love for a more innocent time. A lovely homage to America's midwest. And a love story about baseball. It's a simple book really—until it's not. Boy meets girl. Boy is a promising pitcher. Girl's father says, "You pick: my daughter or baseball." He picks the girl. But then the book veers back to baseball and the protagonist pitcher and his son are barnstorming across America with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. Sound implausible? Doug makes it seem perfectly reasonable. The Beckoning World is evocative of the early 20th century, conjures up small town baseball parks (you can almost smell the peanuts), and makes you feel like you know the Babe and Lou. Especially the Babe. And speaking of small towns, this week's bookstore is Fact and Fiction in Missoula, Montana. Give it all a listen. Books mentioned in this podcast: The Beckoning World by Douglas Bauer The Book of Famous Iowans by Douglas Bauer The Very Air by Douglas Bauer Dexterity by Douglas Bauer Great Expectations by Charles Dickens Sister Noon by Karen Joy Fowler Wild Kingdom by Vijay Seshadri War and Peace By Leo Tolstoy Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy The Beautiful and the Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald Thrust by Lidia Yuknavitch Body Grammar by Jules Ohman Killing Custer by James Welch Penguin Problems Jory John Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin illustrated by Daniel Salmieri Mother Bruce Book Series by Ryan T. Higgins Winter in the Blood by James Welch Perma Red by Debra Magpie Earling The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster Once Sentence Journal by Chris La Tray

Armstrong and Getty
The Babe and The Beef

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 37:35 Very Popular


Hour 3 of Tuesday's A&G: There's more to the LA City Council debacle than we actually know. Wanna get elected in New York? Have you tried making a porno? You can now buy hearing aids over the counter. This could end up being a game changer for elderly Americans. What was an average dinner for Babe Ruth? The Home Runs were just an added bonus. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSFO Podcast
The Babe and The Beef

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 37:27


Hour 3 of Tuesday's A&G: There's more to the LA City Council debacle than we actually know. Wanna get elected in New York? Have you tried making a porno? You can now buy hearing aids over the counter. This could end up being a game changer for elderly Americans. What was an average dinner for Babe Ruth? The Home Runs were just an added bonus. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
The Babe and The Beef

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 37:27


Hour 3 of Tuesday's A&G: There's more to the LA City Council debacle than we actually know. Wanna get elected in New York? Have you tried making a porno? You can now buy hearing aids over the counter. This could end up being a game changer for elderly Americans. What was an average dinner for Babe Ruth? The Home Runs were just an added bonus. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Medgeeks Clinical Review Podcast
Strep Throat

Medgeeks Clinical Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 11:57 Very Popular


We all know that pink medication (amoxicillin) we all hated when we were younger. Some would have rather had strep throat than drink the medication. Now-a-days we have bubble gum flavor, which is way better! In this week's podcast, we dive into the signs and symptoms of group A Streptococcus. Then we will talk about the four-point scoring system called the Centor Criteria and how it can help with your diagnosis of your patient. Finally, we go over possible treatment options like amoxicillin and others. Join Dr. Niket Sonpal as he connects Babe Ruth and strep throat. — For a limited time we want to give you free access to our 2021 cardiology and pulmonary board prep sections.   That's right, you'll get 7.5 hours of high yield review completely on the house. If this interests you then get free access here: 2021 High Yield Medicine — Are you running on empty? Clinician's Corner is our monthly publication where we help increase your confidence, decrease burnout, and live the life you've always wanted. We want you to practice medicine because you want to, not because you have to. Learn more here: Clinician's Corner — Do you work in primary care medicine? Primary Care Medicine Essentials is our brand new program specifically designed for primary care providers to increase their core medical knowledge & improve patient flow optimization. Learn more here: Primary Care Essentials —

Enlighten: Uplift & Inspire
Episode 228 Perry Gartner, consultant, writer, musician

Enlighten: Uplift & Inspire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 61:30


My guest today is Perry Gartner, a C.I. Consultant who jumps into a phone booth to become a drummer, card counter, and writer. Oh and yes, his nearly 2 year employment with Space X. You decide if he is a spy. Perry has a thirst for knowledge, a curiosity for deeper understanding and childlike enthusiasm for life's simple pleasures. Let us now praise Perry for launching a fascinating newsletter that illuminates passionate details about the Beatles, Charlie Chaplin, and soon to be included: Babe Ruth and Buddy Rich. Check out the links below to read the well-researched blogs on Perry's substack platform. Enjoy the podcast! Links: perrygartner.substack.com Twitter: Perry B Gartner Twitter: Beatles Praise Twitter: Chaplin Praise Nine Men's Morris Segue Records Wayne's podcast episode Vaneese's podcast episode

KFC Radio
Tommy Pope and Chris O'Connor are Challenging Themselves to Try Babe Ruth's Diet - Full Episode

KFC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 118:18 Very Popular


Tommy Pope and Chris O'Connor join us today for one h*ll of an episode talking about - Feits is going to London - falling in love with strippers - the Hawaiian punch flavors you drank as a kid show weather your dad loves you or not - Babe Ruth's wild diet that began with a pint of Whisky in the morning - Martha Stewart might be the first hot chick - don't catch Tommy on a day he works out and cleans a dish - and much MUCH more +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Freedom Grooming: Go to https://barstool.link/FreedomGroomingKFC for 20% off. Curve: Sign up at https://barstool.link/CurveBSS to receive $20 in Curve Cash. Terms and Conditions Apply. Manscaped: Get 20% off and free shipping with code KFC at https://barstool.link/ManscapedBSS Thursday Boot Co.: Go to https://barstool.link/ThursdaybootsKFC and try a pair today with free shipping & free returns SiriusXM App: Get your first 3 months for free of the Sirius XM App when you visit https://barstool.link/SXMKFC to sign up. Offer Details apply MVMT: Join the MVMT and get 15% off at https://barstool.link/MvmtKFC

Jenkins & Jonez Podcast
Jenkins and Jonez - Draymond BACK, Davante's push, and Babe Ruth's Diet

Jenkins & Jonez Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 41:36 Very Popular


The guys discuss Draymond Green rejoining the Warriors on Thursday, Davante Adams pushing a cameraman, a bizarre robbery story, Rick Ross on almond milk, Babe Ruth's diet, and give a House of the Dragon recap. #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Jenkins and Jonez - Draymond BACK, Davante's push, and Babe Ruth's Diet

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 41:36


The guys discuss Draymond Green rejoining the Warriors on Thursday, Davante Adams pushing a cameraman, a bizarre robbery story, Rick Ross on almond milk, Babe Ruth's diet, and give a House of the Dragon recap. #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Volume
Jenkins and Jonez - Draymond BACK, Davante's push, and Babe Ruth's Diet

The Volume

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 41:36


The guys discuss Draymond Green rejoining the Warriors on Thursday, Davante Adams pushing a cameraman, a bizarre robbery story, Rick Ross on almond milk, Babe Ruth's diet, and give a House of the Dragon recap. #Volume #HerdSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray
Tom Brady - Aaron Judge Joins, and the Bucs Beat the Falcons

Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 37:49 Very Popular


Tom Brady and Jim Gray break down the Bucs' first home win of the season and the importance of earning confidence. Tom addresses the controversial Roughing the Passer call on Grady Jarrett, and his comments on "bad football" across the sport in 2022. Plus, New York Yankees superstar Aaron Judge joins the show, and talks about setting the American League home run record, being mentioned alongside Babe Ruth, handling fame, and how to motivate yourself after success.

80/20 BASEBALL
#151 - 2 GOOD WAYS TO HANDLE A COACHING PHILOSOPHY DISAGREEMENT, THE WISDOM OF BABE RUTH, THE TOP 5 COACHING TWEETS OF THE MONTH, & 2 COMMON CHARACTERISTICS OF MASTER COACHES.

80/20 BASEBALL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 25:35


Visit 8020BASEBALL.com for many more tips and strategies. Support this podcast and the effort put in behind the scenes to keep it going strong, by using the link below, or leave a rating/review to show your support. Don't forget to get head over to the 8020BASEBALL homepage to get the DRILL DESIGN GUIDE, delivered to you, free. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/8020baseball/support

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas
Babe Ruth shares some DAILY FIRE

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 1:22


Every strike brings me closer to the next home run. – Babe Ruth Check out John Lee Dumas' award winning Podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire on your favorite podcast directory. For world class free courses and resources to help you on your Entrepreneurial journey visit EOFire.com

Fearless with Jason Whitlock
Ep 301 | How MLB & the Woke Mob Ruined Aaron Judge's Historic Season | Whitlock Trashes ESPN Betas

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 119:58 Very Popular


America has such an instant-gratification culture, it looked the other way in Major League Baseball with the steroid abuse that made legends of America's pastime. If we didn't have an instant-gratification culture, then what happened this week could have been the biggest moment in sports and baseball. In a game against the Texas Rangers, NY Yankees Outfielder Aaron Judge hit home run number 62 in a single season, surpassing the number done by former record-holder Roger Maris. This could have been the biggest story since Hank Aaron surpassed Babe Ruth, but it wasn't because everything in America has to have some sort of negative racial connotation in order to receive worldwide mainstream coverage. “Fearless” contributors Steve Kim & T.J. Moe join the conversation to discuss why this isn't covered all over mainstream media and Steve starts some friendly-fire with a truth about Major League Baseball. ESPN's Domonique Foxworth nails NFL players to the cross in a rant so stupid that Jason can't help but point out the dumbest thing about it: Dominique Foxworth himself. “Fearless” takes on a full studio with contributors Dave Shannon, Jill Savage, T.J. Moe, and Pastor Anthony Walker to discuss the Tom Brady & Gisele Bündchen divorce. Who is on Team Tom? Who is on Team Gisele? Is a marriage worth sacrificing for a legacy?   We want to hear from the Fearless Army!! Join the conversation in the show chat, leave a comment or email Jason at Fearless@TheBlaze.com Get 10% off Blaze swag by using code Fearless10 at https://shop.blazemedia.com/fearless Make yourself an official member of the “Fearless Army!”   Support Conservative Voices! Subscribe to BlazeTV at https://get.blazetv.com/FEARLESS and get $10 off your yearly subscription. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Flippin' Bats with Ben Verlander
BRAVES' JOHN SMOLTZ ON MLB PLAYOFFS + BREWERS DISAPPOINTING SEASON + ALBERT PULJOLS CONTINUES TO MAKE HISTORY

Flippin' Bats with Ben Verlander

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 32:26 Very Popular


Ben Verlander is joined by joined Atlanta Braves legend John Smoltz to talk the new playoff system, which Wild Card series he is most excited about, and his record for most stolen bases by a pitcher in the postseason. Ben dives into Albert Pujols accomplishments, passing Babe Ruth for 2nd on RBI list, and the Phillies clinch a postseason berth! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RJ Bell's Dream Preview
Straight Outta Vegas AM / Tuesday, October 4th, 2022

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 57:13 Very Popular


Scott Seidenberg and AJ Hoffman recap Monday Night Football with Steve Fezzik. Luis Severino gets pulled from a No Hitter & Aaron Judge remains at 61 HRs. Another coaching firing in CFB and the MLB postseason outlook.   2:50 MNF Recap w/ Steve Fezzik 19:06 NFL Injuries  26:20 Luis Severino almost No No & Judge stuck at 61   34:45 Pujols passes Babe Ruth   37:24 Colorado fires HC 39:39 Next Wisconsin HC 42:45 Bryce Young Injury Update 44:50 The Lookahead