In this episode, our incredibly talented friend Bridget Everett stops by the pod fresh off the premiere of her new HBO show “Somebody Somewhere” and a feature in The New Yorker. Together we question why anyone ever thought dodgeball was a good idea for kids and reminisce on the glory of being a tall kid playing tetherball. We also dig deeper than ever on a favorite topic, the rampant misuse of change.org, and discuss varied topics ranging from pyramid schemes to the origins of P.F. Chang himself. Finally, we answer that age old question: Are Amway products any good? You'll have to listen to find out. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to Episode 71 of SC Utd. This week: the women's Clasico sells out, Coutinho returns to the Premier League, a heart-warming story from Saudi Arabia. You can get in touch on Twitter @SoccerCardsUtd, follow us on Instagram @SoccerCardsUnited, or email us firstname.lastname@example.org. Your questions, comments and suggestions could and probably will be featured on the show if you reach out to us! Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or out loud on the street to passers-by. The music for the show is: Modern Jazz Samba by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4063-modern-jazz-samba License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses
In this episode we talk about how to lead people, but I can't help notice on listening afterward how quick and easy it is for him to fly his whole family across the country several times a season, but impossible to pitch a tent in his back yard. Whatever effect I've had on other guests, it's not happening with Chad.What he shares about leadership, I agree with and his life transformation to adjust to circumstances he couldn't have predicted, we can all learn from, so I recommend listening (sorry about the sound quality on my microphone). He lost his sight, which hasn't led to a worse life, as best I can tell. We're losing our ability to eat meat, have as many babies as we want, and fly without these actions causing others to suffer and die. But unlike losing an ability most people would not want to lose, eating more vegetables and living more sustainably benefits everyone, especially people with lungs.No meaningful change has happened with this guest. I haven't connected with what the environment means to him. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
2022's first freeze for Taylor & our part of Central Texas--Julie's attempts at winterizing kind of okay, kind of a fail. But the indoor plants are happy including the African violets. Plus more info on starting seeds! We need to get seeds ordered and trays started so we can transplant ASAP.
The Ben Ish Hai (Rav Yosef Haim of Baghdad, 1839-1933) addresses the case of a person who makes a wedding in his backyard (which was common in those days), to which many guests are invited, and somebody finds on the ground money that was apparently lost. Assuming the money was not stacked in a unique and distinctive way, and was not in a wallet or other personal item, the finder may keep the money. Even though the wedding is held in a person's private property, the setting is considered a public domain with respect to this Halacha, since large numbers of people are present. It can be assumed that the individual who dropped the money immediately despaired from retrieving it since there were so many people in the area. If, however, the money had a distinctive feature, such as if it was found in a wallet or bag that could be identified by the owner, then the finder must announce the find so that the owner could come forward to describe the item and then retrieve his lost money. Since there are Simanim (distinctive features), and the people in the area are Jews, the obligation of "Hashabat Abeda" (returning lost objects) applies. Otherwise, however, if a bill is found lying on the ground, the finder may keep the bill.The Ben Ish Hai then adds that this applies only if the money is found at a public event. It goes without saying that ordinarily, if a person finds money scattered about on somebody's private property, such as in his yard or on his porch, and it clearly belongs to the owner of the property, he cannot claim rights to the money that he finds. Even if it is clear that the money was misplaced, the owner did not despair from finding it, since it was lost on his property, where it would eventually be found. Therefore, the money must be returned to the owner.The Ben Ish Hai rules that a store, where customers are coming in and out, has the status of a public domain with respect to this Halacha. If somebody finds money lying on the ground in the store, he may keep the money, and the storekeeper cannot claim that the money belongs to him. Even though he owns the property, the finder may keep the money, because the store is considered a public area.Summary: If a person finds money on somebody else's private property, then generally speaking, he must give it to the property owner. If, however, this occurs when a public event takes place on the property, such as if a wedding is held in somebody's backyard, the finder may keep the money. If the money had some distinctive feature, such as if it was in a wallet or a particular kind of bag, the finder must announce his find. A person who finds money in a store that has customers coming in and out may keep the money.
Brrr! Kinda cold in Central Texas--not a lot going on in the garden--but it's a great time to start planning for pre-spring, spring & summer gardens harvest--Let's get some seeds!
Diamonds are a geologist's best friend – that is, if you want to study the mantle! Dr. Janina Czas studies ancient cratons, which are hosts to kimberlites and kimberlite diamonds, and in this bonus episode of Backyard geology: Canada Edition, Dr. Czas walks us through Canadian diamond sources and what they can tell us about […]
This week the Lore squad sits down with Dominique Giampieri, local music connoisseur, show host, promoter and Denver scene legend. The trio talks about the community built in Thornton, CO via bands like https://open.spotify.com/artist/30hfGOgK2sVrxwpIA9OXcf?si=K05QcSVIQxWm56uSnPPedg (Postcards), https://open.spotify.com/artist/3yA1a5X0JfaUaGZxGbabTK?si=Wr54FcWtTCqL_rr8moNDNg (Finding Common Ground) and https://open.spotify.com/artist/55sa3gzdO7poClJmkz4kNQ?si=fe-KBamOQZGov9RTY0TtLA (Gestalt) at backyard and basement shows when there was nowhere that was willing to book them yet. From mixing scenes to supporting your friends and other local artists, this episode has it all.
Welcome to another episode of the Bigfoot Revival podcast! The guys took some time of to celebrate the holidays but are back. This week the guys are sitting by the fire and talking about the ups and downs of 2021. They're also talking 2022 and what there is to look forward to. There is also a former "bigfoot" who makes a guest appearance this week, so don't miss it!
On another "Stars In Our Backyard" segment, G Cole talks with Singer/Songwriter Paul Anthony and Musician/Producer Vinni Hamilton about their brand new anthem/single "Our Time Is Now" Click on the link below to download the song https://music.apple.com/us/album/our-time-is-now-feat-anastia-l%C3%A9yon-single/1599163258 https://music.apple.com/us/album/its-christmas-single/1594641095 Please Subscribe to our YouTube Channel https://youtube.com/c/GregoryColeHomegrownWithGCole
Sammy Salami joins us to offer a hot tip on Puddle's whereabouts. Rumor has it, he was trapped in the bottom of a backyard whale, euphemism implied. If you or anyone you know has information on the whereabouts of Puddle, please post to social media using #justiceforpuddle or email your hot tip to email@example.com Together, we will #findpuddle --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/melroseplacecast/message
-Soil building and health -Size matters -ROI -Building habitat -Relying on nature for equilibrium and why you most likely will have to do it yourself -Swale or not to swale -Water collection and storage -Vertical applications -The more restrictive space the more creativity unfolds Thank you for being here today. If you like this sort of thing check us out on www.upandinit.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/565360640644752/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/upandinit/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgxQFBYhxvea6sQ8JWLBFeg?view_as=subscriber TikToc Spotify Apple podcast Contact Www.firstname.lastname@example.org Adrian Babashoff Biodegradable Container Gardening https://www.youtube.com/account Facebook Biodegradable Container Gardening https://www.facebook.com/groups/195952678473613 Instagram bcgardeningguy Link to BCG youtube https://youtu.be/jGv3UiMUqj4
David Olson is a quiet, Midwestern father of three, living an ordinary life. That is until one day this summer, when doing some home renovation, he discovered some bowling balls buried under the steps leading to his backyard. And not just two, or three, or 10 or 20 bowling balls. In total, Olson uncovered a whopping 162 bowling balls from his property, and ended up going viral with his story. Where had the balls come from? How did they end up at Olson's house? Ryan Hockensmith re-tells this stranger-than-fiction story of man's unexpected discovery…and the unexpected way in which it ultimately transformed his life.
Charles Castonguay est un fier Marsouin de L'Isle-aux-Coudres qui performe dans tout ce qu'il entreprend. Que ce soit en canot à glace sur l'eau gelé du Saint-Laurent, sur le bitume de son île natale ou sur les sentiers techniques de Charlevoix, Charles repousse ses limites pour se sentir en vie. Au cours de la dernière décennie, il a brillé autant sur route qu'en sentier, terminant sur le podium de nombreux événements dont le Demi-Marathon de l'Isle-aux-Coudres, le Marathon Baie-des-Chaleurs et l'Ultra-trail Harricana. Ensemble, on jase de son parcours sportif ainsi que son ambitieuse saison 2021, dans laquelle il a successivement enchaîné le FKT de l'Île d'Orléans en compagnie de Guillaume Barry, le quadruple tour de L'Isle-aux-Coudres (100 km), la Big Wolf's Backyard, le 125 km de l'Ultra-trail Harricana et le 160 km du Bromont Ultra. Charles me partage ses anecdotes et ses apprentissages à travers ces épreuves. On discute également de kinésiologie et de ses expériences comme préparateur physique d'athlètes olympiques, notamment pour le fondeur Alex Harvey. Charles est également un grand amateur de bière. Nous en avons donc profité pour enregistrer un 2e épisode qui paraît en même temps que celui-ci! Ce contenu additionnel et sans filtre est mon cadeau de Noël pour vous, chers auditeurs et auditrices ;-)Bonne écoute!P.S. Le terme « Marsouin » faire référence aux insulaires qui vive sur L'Isle-aux-Coudres.
It felt fitting to have Tung on the pod one last time before we turn the calendar to 2022. We have a long discussion that covers his rounds at some private courses and how that felt. He dive into his best scoring round of the season. We also discuss Christmas presents, New Years Resolutions, golf gear, Tung's second putter purchase in five months, and more.
The first “real” episode of the Backyard Ecology podcast went live on December 3, 2020. (Technically that was episode 2, but I don't count the introduction episode as a “real” episode because all I was doing was telling you that I was going to start the Backyard Ecology podcast.) This is episode 40, and we are fast approaching 25,000 total downloads. I am excited by how both the Backyard Ecology blog and the Backyard Ecology podcast have grown over the last year, and I am thankful to all my listeners and readers. In this episode of the Backyard Ecology podcast, I thought it would be fun to review the top 10 most downloaded episodes in 2021. Maybe you'll find one that you missed, or be reminded of one that you wanted to listen to but then forgot about. Hopefully, you'll also be reminded of some of the episodes that you really enjoyed. Also, let me know in the comments what your favorite episode was this year. Was it one of these? Or was it another one that didn't make the top 10 list? I know there were a lot of good episodes that didn't quite make the top 10 list. Top 10 most downloaded Backyard Ecology podcast episodes this year 10) NRCS Programs for Pollinators and Wildlife - https://www.backyardecology.net/nrcs-programs-for-pollinators-and-wildlife/ 9) Deer Ticks and Lyme Disease - https://www.backyardecology.net/deer-ticks-and-lyme-disease-why-is-lyme-disease-more-common-in-the-north/ 8) Winter Hummingbirds in the Eastern U.S. - https://www.backyardecology.net/winter-hummingbirds-in-the-eastern-u-s/ 7) Bats and Bat Houses - https://www.backyardecology.net/bats-and-bat-houses/ 6) Acorns, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians and More: Responses to Forest Disturbances - https://www.backyardecology.net/acorns-birds-reptiles-amphibians-and-more-responses-to-forest-disturbances/ 5) Mysterious Bird Deaths of 2021 - https://www.backyardecology.net/mysterious-bird-deaths-of-2021-digging-deeper-into-the-bird-mortality-event/ 4) Growing Native Plants in Small Yards - https://www.backyardecology.net/growing-native-plants-in-small-yards/ 3) Growing Native Plants: Insights and Stories from 3 Native Plant Nurseries - https://www.backyardecology.net/growing-native-plants-insights-and-stories-from-3-native-plant-nurseries/ 2) A Conversation with the Co-Hosts of the Native Plants, Healthy Planet Podcast - https://www.backyardecology.net/a-conversation-with-the-co-hosts-of-the-native-plants-healthy-planet-podcast/ 1) Factors that Make Pollinator Gardens More Attractive to Pollinators - https://www.backyardecology.net/factors-that-make-pollinator-gardens-more-attractive-to-pollinators/ Bonus episode: Some people prefer listening to podcasts on YouTube, but YouTube views don't count as downloads. So, for a bonus, I wanted to share the most viewed episode on YouTube. That episode is: Milkweeds in Urban and Suburban Monarch Waystations with Dr. Adam Baker -https://www.backyardecology.net/milkweeds-in-urban-and-suburban-monarch-waystations-with-dr-adam-baker/.
Have you ever seen a deer in your neighborhood and pumped the brakes, only to wish you could hunt a property that small? You can. And Taylor Chamberlin is going to tell you how. This guy is hunting properties as small as 1/4 acre sometimes. And today, he's revealing his secrets. **Gearbox Talk is brought to you by GoWild**Download GoWild today. Join a community of shooters, hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts.http://bit.ly/DownloadGoWildNow Questions answered:- When and how is the best way to get access to urban deer hunting property? - What are some things you need to take into consideration that you may not have to consider when hunting more traditional properties?- What is your tree setup and do you ever hunt on the ground? - Do you call at all? How does your calling strategy change since the deer are so used to so much noise? - Can you walk us through bow urban hunting setup?
How they try to recreate proper cricket, with no "pseudo-cricket rubbish" like one hand one bounce or six and out, how they have built a YouTube following, the time and care taken to prepare their pitch, and more.
The conversation starts off with their love of tattoos and punk rock music which is how they bonded right away on tour. To this day, they share music and even old punk rock videos with each other that they find. They go into PK's days on the road with Green Day and how awesome that energy was and how epic some of these older punk rock bands are live! Cal surprises PK with one of his favorite bevvies of all time! It also was one of the beers Cal drank in his days in college for one specific reason. Can you guess where Cal got his first experience with this Bevvy? Music and Soccer were the two things that mattered most to Cal and were what got him started down his fitness path. As the conversation moves forward they get into exactly what sports Cal loves and which athletes truly push him in his life. They jump into what soccer means to Cal and his love for the sport. Then the main conversation is all about how Cal works out and how he keeps working out fun. Wait till you hear where he got his idea on starting his clothing company. Then Cal flips the script and asks me some rapidfire questions! Have fun listening to this episode and enjoy hearing PK get tongue-twisted more than once having fun with his buddy Cal.00:00 Welcome to Backyards & Bevvies Podcast05:35 I did the lip ring too!10:25 The Clash was my first punk album19:28 My Dad started one of the first soccer clubs in town29:40 At 19 I was 4% body fat37:57 I had a passion to start a clothing line45:25 The 1% athletes 52:19 Messi or Ronaldo 1:00:01 Our friends have some interesting lives1:10:10 Being a coach…1:19:40 It's on the fruit plus… platform lol1:24:50 Bottoms UP! #weeklypodcast #podcastshow #backyardsandbevvies #backyards #bevvies #bottomsup #midweektreat #BTG #marriage #comedy #parenting #life #drama #interview #friends
Happy Holidays! Jennifer and Jeff are on vacation, but don't miss our BEST of Science in Your Backyard compilation with snippets from episodes with some of our favorite "backyard" scientists- Dr. Loree Griffin Burns, Dr. Colleen Kelley, and Dr. Anne Estes. Take a listen to these FUN episodes that discuss moths, stinky plants, and how YOU are like a Dung Beetle.
Welcome to Neighbors United in Christ Parish - the lutheran churches of Deronda, Little Falls, and Trinity in Amery, WI. We are led in service by Pastor Greg Wilcox - Jim Haugerud and Debbie Teig provide special Christmas Music! Visit us online at NUICParish.org and consider donating so we can continue this weekly podcast while the pandemic lingers on.
Besides learning that the Amaryllis is actually, in most cases a Hippeastrum, you will hear my rationalization for enjoying those bulbs without trying to get them to re-bloom the next year. I chat with Ellen Zachos about foraging for food (and cocktail enhancements!) in your own backyard: why you would even want to do this, and how to do it safely. Tips about planting spring bulbs in pots and thoughts on cleaning up your perennial bed. Do you have to. No, you do not.
Whether you live in a part of the world that has a year-around BBQ season, or reside in a place where a thing called winter puts a little hitch in your giddy up, I have a few simple Pro Tips on things you can do to elevate your grilling game.
r/AITA in todays am I the a**hole stories, op is asking aita when they tell their daughter to sleep in the backyard after her sudden behaviour change and taking it out on their housemaid and making her look like a thief.
Episode 1209: Today, Dr. McCrea, Ph.D., will be discussing Christmas Gifts For The Chicken Lover! Backyard Poultry with the Chicken Whisperer®, brought to you by Tucker Milling, LLC is a nationally broadcast web radio show all about keeping backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Each week, the Chicken Whisperer®, Editor In Chief of, Chicken Whisperer Magazine, Author of five published chicken books including, The Chicken Whisperer's Guide To Keeping Chickens, and National Spokesperson for the USDA-APHIS Biosecurity for Birds Program (2009 - 2019), welcomes experts in their field from around the country to share their knowledge about backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Regular guests include; poultry scientist Dr. Brigid McCrea, Ph.D., poultry veterinarian Dr. Maurice Pitesky, DVM, MPVM, Dipl ACVPM, poultry nutritionist Dr. Curran Gehring, Ph.D., and Peter Brown, aka The Chicken Doctor, owner of First State Vet Supply. Other guests include, but are not limited to, FFA members, 4-H members, poultry club members, and the who's who in the backyard poultry, show poultry, and self-sufficient lifestyle industries. Tune in to learn more about your backyard chickens from the experts!
Chris and Shane welcome back special guest Mark Radice from refreshingviews.com. Backyard observatories, vintage 10” refractors, and bino-telescopes are some of the topics covered in this episode.
The best science lab is closer than you think! It is your backyard and it is waiting to be explored. Sometimes the best place to discover God's creation is in your own backyard. In this week's Coffee With Carrie episode, Carrie shares simple (and inexpensive) ways to do nature studies, science experiments, and outdoor observations without leaving your home. If you can't go on a nature hike each week, you can still fill up those nature journal pages while observing, playing, and digging in your own yard. Through stories and suggestions, Carrie gives tons of ideas and activities that you can do as you explore your own backyard. Pour yourself a cup of coffee, put your feet up, and join Carrie for a little exploration and outdoor coffee break.For links to resources mentioned in this podcast, go to Coffeewithcarrie.org.To purchase Carrie's homeschooling book, Just Breathe (and Take a Sip of Coffee): Homeschool in Step with God), visit Amazon.com. For more daily devotions, encouragement and articles on how to homeschool, visit Coffeewithcarrie.org or go to IG @coffeewithcarrieconsultant. To hear more podcasts that are filled with homeschooling help and encouragement, subscribe to Coffee With Carrie Podcast. New episodes are dropped every Thursday.If you enjoy CWC Podcasts, we would love for you to leave a review and a 5-Star Rating. Click HERE; it is easy and free!#coffeewithcarriepodcast#justbreathesipcoffee#homeschoolencouragement
I compare Jesus with the ancient Greek God Dionysus in the Gospel of John analyzed by biblical scholar Dennis R. MacDonald Become a Premium Subscriber: Monthy: $3 Yearly: $25 $50 $100 $250Support the podcast by purchasing from Amazon HERE. The post The Backyard Professor: 029: Jesus Vs. Dionysus: How the Gospel of John Made Jesus a Greater God appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
Here I view the significant evidence of Asherah as Heavenly Mother and Lover of God the Father in the Temple. This aspect of the ancient Israelite Temple worship was THE most singular, significant, IMPORTANT part of their ritual and religious belief and practice, and Joseph Smith gave us nothing of it. Archaeologically, I argue this […] The post The Backyard Professor: 028: Elohim Forgot His own Wife in Joseph Smith’s True Restoration?! Absurd! appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
I specify how Joseph Smith understood the literal Bible of the Patriarchal Age, focusing on Abraham. I then show the updated Archaeological knowledge of the Patriarchal Age of Abraham and show why archaeology has not found evidence for Abraham. I include many dozens of gorgeous biblical archaeology pictures while I am talking showing you the […] The post The Backyard Professor: 027: Why Biblical Archaeology Refutes Joseph Smith’s Literal Bible Theology appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
I am seriously interested in archaeology and faith and scriptures and knowledge. Here I discuss the new understanding of archaeology that has emerged and why the Book of Mormon parallels with the Dead Sea Scrolls and other discoveries have failed. Joseph Smith’s understanding of the Bible is naive, and archaeology today demonstrates that. I will […] The post The Backyard Professor: 026: How Archaeology Failed in Maintaining My Faith in Mormonism’s Scripture appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
A detailed analysis of the Historical Jesus as carpenter. Become a Premium Subscriber: Monthy: $3 Yearly: $25 $50 $100 $250Support the podcast by purchasing from Amazon HERE. The post The Backyard Professor: 025: The Gospel of Mark’s Jesus as Tekton: Carpenter appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
I describe my journey in learning the issues, problems, and proposed solutions to how to study the New Testament figure of Jesus Become a Premium Subscriber: Monthy: $3 Yearly: $25 $50 $100 $250Support the podcast by purchasing from Amazon HERE. The post The Backyard Professor: 024: The Historical Jesus: New Testament Issues appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
I take a decent detailed look into this epic debate and what we can learn from it and with it. Not to be missed! Become a Premium Subscriber: Monthy: $3 Yearly: $25 $50 $100 $250Support the podcast by purchasing from Amazon HERE. The post The Backyard Professor: 023: Radio Free Mormon Vs. Midnight Mormons Debate on Mormonism: Commentary appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
My impressions on Mormon General Conference, and how it led me to do some significant background research which just shows why watching it doesn’t feed our own spirituality anymore. There are reasons, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints better start figuring it out if they want to prevent further “apostasy.” Become […] The post The Backyard Professor: 022: Observations on October 2021 General Conference & Why We Quit Watching appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
This dynamic subject has other interpretations and more valuable meanings for us personally than Sunday School ever taught. Come take a look and find your place in the Kingdom of God, not necessarily in a church. It’s impressive for our own personal value. Become a Premium Subscriber: Monthy: $3 Yearly: $25 $50 $100 $250Support the podcast by purchasing from Amazon […] The post The Backyard Professor: 021: The Kingdom of God: What Sunday School Didn’t Teach Us appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
I discuss a subject Mormon author Terryl Givens describes, (Feeding the Flock) yet he stops far short of where the discussion logically ought to go. He is making an impression, which in itself is not accurate. I share my concerns with numerous examples of how to think through the psychological manipulation occurring in Mormonism today. […] The post The Backyard Professor: 020: Today’s Mormon Prophets & Mormon Psychological Manipulation Run Amok appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
NEW BRUNSWICK | In 1984, human remains were found in garbage bags in a dump in New Brunswick. The story that would unravel would shock locals and leave a lasting legacy on the province.Resources referenced:Review of “Bodies in the Backyard” - by Rachel M Friars on True Crime Index - Twitter: @TrueCrimeIndex Email: email@example.comBodies in the Backyard by Brian O'NeillMontreal's Irish Mafia: The True Story of the Infamous West End Gang by Darcy O'Connor Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast. Credits: Research: Haley GrayAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeSpecial thanks to Rachel M Friars for help with local knowledgeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Trig Talk host, Hayden Baillio, sits down with Athletic Director and Highland Games athlete, Danny Webster, for the second time to discuss more about his journey into HG, his thoughts on hosting games and to tell a few stories. Trig Talk™ is the a companion podcast for HGO (highlandgames.org). Host, Hayden Baillio, will sit down with a complete spectrum of Highland Games athletes, athletic directors and legends to discuss a wide breadth of topics. To gain access to more Trig Talk™ exclusive extras, like "yOU haD ThE HeiGhT", a short post-podcast show where Hayden sits down with the guest to trade funny stories and answer Patron's questions, become a patron of HGO at https://www.patreon.com/hgousa. Please press subscribe and rate the podcast if you already feel obliged. 5 stars preferably.... just saying. Follow Danny on Instagram @clan_webster Follow HGO on Instagram @highlandgamesorg Follow Host, Hayden Baillio, on Instagram @haydenbaillio Subscribe to HGO's YouTube Page: HGO YouTube --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trigtalk/message
New Akron Zips football head coach Joe Moorhead joined Ken & Lima after being introduced as the new head coach of the Akron Zips. Coach discussed why he choose Akron, recruiting and his expectations for the future of Akron Zips football. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BK explains to him about her days of being a MASSHOLE, aka a resident of Massachusetts, and her days of working at Hard Rock and how Dunkin for sure helped her during some long days being a bartender. Then PK goes on an interesting talk about what it is like to work in TD Garden as a traveling roadie and what a typical roadie's day is like… so when those days were long Dunkin helped him make it through. PK had some fun adventures on the road and worked with many different people including unions. He explains to everyone how unions, in some of the biggest venues in America, operate. Toward the end of the talk BK asks PK a very serious question about if he misses the road and being a roadie but what comes from the question is quite surprising. PK goes into detail about how since leaving the road his mental health is better now than ever, even though he has a way harder day and life starting over from scratch in a new adventure, which is this podcast! 00:00 Welcome to Backyards and Bevvies Podcast05:24 Bevvies of the Day15:00 I was covered in Hard Rock Flair23:27 “Put that box over here KID!”32:35 Did that take a toll on your mental health? 39:04 That is in the past now, time to move forward46:58 Starting over was my choice55:05 Pizza it is tonight1:01:00 Bottoms UP! Dunkin Donuts commercial from the 1980'shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1e4qhHOIQA#weeklypodcast #podcastshow #backyardsandbevvies #backyards #bevvies #bottomsup #midweektreat #BTG #marriage #comedy #parenting #life #drama #interview #friends Podcast https://backyardsandbevvies.simplecast.com/YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/c/BackyardsBevviesPodcastInstagram https://instagram.com/backyardsbevviesFacebook https://www.facebook.com/backyardsbevviesTwitter https://twitter.com/backyardbevviesTikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@backyardsandbevvies?lang=enPatreon https://www.patreon.com/backyardsbevvies