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Profiling Evil Podcast with Mike King
Let's Unmask who killed the Beaumont Children in South Australia in 1966 with Stuart Mullins and Bill Hayes - Profiling Evil Podcast

Profiling Evil Podcast with Mike King

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 58:38


Author Stuart Mullins Bill Hayes ex-South Australian special crime / major crime and ex Federal police detective, join Mike on the podcast to discuss the abduction and murder of Jane Nartare Beaumont, Arnna Kathleen Beaumont and Grant Ellis Beaumont, collectively known as the Beaumont children. Three Australian siblings who disappeared from Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia, on 26 January 1966 in a suspected abduction and murder. Check out their new book: https://www.stuartmullins.co/product/unmasking-the-killer-of-the-missing-beaumont-children/Start your own podcast with Buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1171763========================================Here are a few ways you can support Profiling Evil: DONATE: https://profilingevil.com/donatePayPal: https://paypal.me/profilingevilBECOME A MEMBER: https://www.youtube.com/profilingevil/joinSHOP MERCH: https://www.profilingevil.com/profilingevilshopSHOP BOOKS: https://www.profilingevil.com/storeBITCOIN DONATIONS: bc1qk65vcsa3sra884za3e62hkak0mfzjn7cccwfvk========================================Where else you can find us:         INSTAGRAM: https://cutt.ly/peinstagram @profilingevilTWITTER: https://cutt.ly/petwitter @profilingevilFACEBOOK:https://cutt.ly/pefacebook @profilingevilWEBSITE: https://profilingevil.comDISCORD: https://cutt.ly/pediscord========================================PROFILING EVIL STORYMAPS: https://www.profilingevil.com/storymaps BUSINESS INQUIRIES: profilingevil@gmail.comCREATED BY: Mike King https://profilingevil.com PRODUCED BY: CIRCA3 https://circa3.com ORIGINAL MUSIC BY: Clifford W King https://cliffordwking.comWant to livestream try Streamyard: https://streamyard.com?pal=5466142729043968Support the show (https://patreon.com/profilingevil)Support the show (https://patreon.com/profilingevil)

Jesus In the Morning
Rev. Dr. John R. Adolph: "It's Bigger Than the Eyes Can See"

Jesus In the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 147:00


Dr. John Robert “Bobby” Adolph was born April 9, 1966 in Houston, Texas to the late Seymour V., Sr. and Barbara Jean Adolph. He attended East Houston Elementary School, Kirby Middle School and Smiley Senior High School. He entered Texas Southern University on full scholarship in 1984 and received a BBA Degree in December 1989. After being ordained in the ministry by his father, Rev. Seymour Adolph, Sr., at New Hope Baptist Church, Houston TX., in 1992 he continued matriculating at Morehouse School of Religion in Atlanta, GA. While in Georgia he met and married the love of his life, Dorrie Eileen and they are now the proud parents of two children, Sumone and Jonathan. Upon graduation from Morehouse with a degree of Master of Divinity, Pastor Adolph was called to become the Under Shepherd of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Beaumont, Texas. He accepted this call and has continued to lead the flock for eighteen years. In pursuit to further his education and his desire to learn more of the teachings of religion, he entered the Houston School of Theology and graduated with his doctorate degree. Pastor Adolph is active in many facets of both religious and community affairs. First and foremost he is the Pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church; he is on the Board of Directors for Memorial Herman Baptist Hospital, the Board of the National Baptist Convention, Inc. of America, the Board of the I Have a Dream program, the President of the Southeast Chapter of One Church One Child adoption agency, member of the Ministerial Alliance, the CEO of Jehovah Jirou Village, Omega Psi Phi fraternity member, One Hundred Black Men of Greater Beaumont member and an active community advocate. This man of the cloth arrived in the Beau

Beyond Bizarre True Crime
Ep 70 The Curious Murder of Greg Fleniken

Beyond Bizarre True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 31:51


In 2010, the body of 55 year-old Greg Fleniken was found inside a hotel room in Beaumont, Texas. It was initially assumed that he died of a heart attack. After all, he tended to enjoy life to the fullest, and there was no sign of foul play. When the medical examiner started the autopsy, he expected no surprises. So, it came as a shock that the body's internal damage was so severe that it had to be from blunt force trauma. It wasn't. A private investigator and the lead detective teamed up to uncover what really happened in the curious murder of Greg Fleniken. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SlapperCast: a weekly talk show with Blaggards
Episode 146: Beaumont's Wild Kingdom

SlapperCast: a weekly talk show with Blaggards

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 21:09


Recorded in the van shortly after leaving our Thursday night gig in Beaumont, ECH recounts his experiences at PASIC 2021. Show dates Blaggards.com (https://blaggards.com/shows/) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pg/blaggards/events/) Bandsintown (https://www.bandsintown.com/a/3808) Follow us on social media YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/blaggards) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/blaggards/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/blaggards) Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/blaggards/) Become a Patron Join Blaggards on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/blaggards) for bonus podcast content, live tracks, rough mixes, and other exclusives. Rate us Rate and review SlapperCast on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/slappercast-a-weekly-talk-show-with-blaggards/id1452061331) Questions? If you have questions for a future Q&A episode, * leave a comment on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/blaggards), or * tweet them to us (https://twitter.com/blaggards) with the hashtag #slappercast.

The Hurly Burly Shakespeare Show!
Knight of the Burning Pestle 101

The Hurly Burly Shakespeare Show!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 63:20


This week we bring you not one but TWO guest experts to tell us why our tepid feelings about Beaumont's Knight of the Burning Pestle are just plain wrong, Emily Lathrop and Sawyer Kemp. Emily and Sawyer jump right in and not only deliver hot takes about Pestle, they also give us the goods in our Happy Hour and Gossip segments, and grace us with their high theatricality in A Taste of Text. Think a play within a play within a play is just too complicated to produce? Think again!

Audio Devocional

«Pero tú, hombre de Dios… Presenta la buena batalla de la fe...» (1 Timoteo 6:11-12) Cuando te encuentres entre la espada y la pared, no le ruegues a Dios que derribe la pared por ti. Así no es como Él obra. Dios te dará el plan. Te dará el poder, y te garantizará la victoria. Pero serás tú, no Él, el instrumento que Dios utilizará para hacer lo que Él quiere. Sin embargo, deberás extender tu mano al declarar la Palabra y ponerla en práctica, aún cuando las circunstancias estén en tu contra. Hace 42 años, Dios me dio una revelación impresionante por medio de una visión que tuve en Beaumont, Texas. Estaba orando, preparándome para ministrar en el servicio, cuando de repente me vi de pie en el púlpito de la iglesia. Al mirar hacia arriba vi un dragón ―horroroso― metiendo su cabeza por la puerta de la iglesia. A medida que entraba, su cuerpo se expandía como un globo, invadiendo todo el lugar. El dragón lanzaba fuego y humo.  Cuando en la visión dirigió el fuego hacia mí ¡casi me quemó la ropa! Mientras caía al suelo vi a Jesús cerca de mí con una espada en Su mano. ¿Por qué Jesús no hace algo?, pensé. ¿No puede ver que me están hiriendo? Pero Jesús ni se movió. Sólo se limitó a fruncir el ceño. Noté que estaba bien molesto conmigo. En la Biblia leemos que Dios no estaba complacido con aquellos que se quedaron derrotados en el desierto (1 Corintios 10:5). A Él tampoco le agradó verme tendido en el suelo, derrotado. Fue entonces cuando me ofreció la espada, apuntando hacia el dragón. Su rostro me decía: ¡levántate! Extendí mi mano para tomar la espada, y un instante antes de tocarla, Jesús la soltó. La espada quedó suspendida en el aire. La tomé y comencé a ponerme de pie. No sólo se mantuvo firme en el aire, ¡sino que empezó a elevarme! Cuando me incorporé, toqué el mentón del dragón con la espada y al hacerlo, el dragón se partió a lo largo. Pude ver con mis propios ojos al dragón partido en dos. Con asombro, observé la espada. ¿Por qué no la había usado antes?, pensé. No esperes que Dios mate al dragón de tu vida. Tienes a tu alcance la espada del Espíritu: la Palabra invencible del Dios viviente. ¡Tómala y comienza a utilizarla! Lectura bíblica: Josué 11:5-23   © 1997 – 2019 Eagle Mountain International Church Inc., también conocida como Ministerios Kenneth Copeland / Kenneth Copeland Ministries. Todos los derechos reservados.

Book Vs Movie Podcast
Book Vs Movie "Beauty and the Beast" (1991) Disney in November!

Book Vs Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 76:28


Book Vs. Movie: Beauty & the Beast The French Fairy Tale from the 1700s Vs the 1991 Animated Classic The Margos continue our month of Disney films with the 1991 classic Beauty and the Beast which is based on a fairy tale written in 1740 by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villenenueva and then later abridged by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont in 1756 for a collection of children's stories.   The simplest version is by de Beaumont. A French merchant has six children with “Beauty” being the youngest daughter. She is considered the most beautiful and has the nicest in temperament so she is her father's favorite. When he loses his fortunes and then has the opportunity to get it back, she only asks for a rose from him as they have not grown in over a year.  Her father tries to take a rose from a garden but is stopped by “The Beast” who runs the manor. The Beast asks the merchant to send his daughter to live with him as his fiance. He treats her well (though she is basically a captive) and she is kept company with a fairy (who wishes she would treat the Beast as more than just a  friend) and animated furniture who act as servants for the Beast.  Eventually, Beauty goes home and then comes back to find the Beast dying from her absence. She kisses him and he becomes a handsome Prince. They get married and live happily ever after.  Disney attempted to make this as an animated picture in the mid 20th Century but no one could figure how to adapt it. With the success of The Little Mermaid in 1989, a new team with Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise, Linda Woolverton, Howard Ashman, and Alan Menken created a masterpiece that lives on to this day. (30 years after its release!)  So, between the fairy tale and the animated movie--which did we prefer?  In this ep the Margos discuss: The basics of the plot and the two women credited with the story The history of Disney musicals and how “Belle” changed the idea of a Disney “Princess” The main differences between the fairy tale & film.  Starring: Paige O'Hara (Belle,) Robby Benson (The Beast,) Richard White (Gaston,) Jerry Orbach (Lumiere,) David Ogden Stiers (Cogsworth,) Angela Landsbury (Mrs. Potts,) and Bradley Pierce as Chip.  Clips used: Belle meets “Mrs. Potts” and the crew Beauty and the Beast 1991 trailer Gaston proposes to Belle The Beast Presents the library Belle & Beast dance Belle comes back to rescue the beast Music & Lyrics by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman Book Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts .  Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie  Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/ Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.com Email us at bookversusmoviepodcast@gmail.com Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com brooklynfitchick@gmail.com Margo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/  Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine 

Beaumont HouseCall Podcast
the COVID-19 Vaccines For 5 - 11-Year-Olds episode

Beaumont HouseCall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 26:43


The much anticipated pediatric COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for children age 5 - 11. Dr. Shajahan and her guest, Dr. Sandy Patel, a Beaumont pediatrician, discuss the vaccine's safety, side effects and usefulness in putting an end to this pandemic.

B2B Better
How to Find Your Target Audience Online w/ Breezy Beaumont

B2B Better

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 26:43


In this episode, I sit down with Breezy Beaumont, Head of Growth & Marketing at Correlated.We broke down how marketers can find out where their customers are hanging out online from a cold start, the most common pitfalls around activating a new channel and how to avoid them, and the best way to handle an exec that wants you to invest in an idea that you think won't work. This episode is a must-listen for early-stage B2B marketers looking for advice on where to spend their time, energy and resources for maximum impact.  You can follow Breezy here.Thanks to my friends at Remote for sponsoring this episode. Any company that helps companies unlock the global remote workforce is one worth keeping an eye on.Check out their website here.Have you seen my weekly newsletter, The B2B Bite, where I break down marketing strategy and tactics for B2B leaders into fun-size, actionable chunks?Also follow me on Twitter at @JasonRBradwell - all my best stuff is on Twitter.** This episode is sponsored by Remote. **

Visionaries Global Media
Brain Buster Boys #42: Stay Goldman, Hoagie Boy

Visionaries Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 94:03


The Brain Buster Boys travel to Los Angeles for collision with The Greg Goldman Hour. In this episode, Brett and Beaumont talk about: Hoagie follows Fox (0:00) Flying to LA/Okerlunds RSVP/Goldman Hour Attendance (4:19) Stuck in LA Traffic/AEW Dynamite – 10/27/21 and AEW Rampage – 10/29/21 (12:08) Arrival at the El Rey Theater (56:00) The Greg Goldman Hour – Monologue and WWE Recap (64:08) Ricky Reno and Tony D'Agistino (77:23) The Greg Goldman Hour – Interview with Vince McMahon (83:35) Follow @BrainBusterBoys on Twitter and Instagram Brought to you by Visionaries Global Media

Let's Trail Podcast
LTP#99 AU COEUR DES TEMPLIERS

Let's Trail Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 37:15


Dans cet épisode et à 1 épisode du 100ème,  j'ai décidé de balader mon micro avant le départ, pendant et après la grande course des Templiers 2021 pour écouter les impressions des coureurs, bénévoles, speakers, accompagnateurs et organisateurs. J'ai également repris contact deux jours après la course avec certains des finishers pour leur demander leurs impressions à froid. Voici la liste des personnes qui apparaissent dans cette épisode : Intro : Gilles Bertrand (co-fondateur des templiers) et son discours avant le départ. - Kevin Bertrand - responsable Marketing de l'évènement - Marina Vakalis de la Team Bertagne - Grégory Terzian - Trailer de la section Trail d'Aix Athlé  - Jérôme Beaumont  - Xavier Soumilard et Marjolaine -  Sébastien et Alice Artiaga - Gilles Bertrand - Bénévoles Patricia, Franceline et Thierry (ravito de La Salvage) - Vicky Pieniazeck (speaker internationale) j'espère que cet épisode vous plaira autant que j'ai pris de plaisir à le réaliser. credit song : ERA : Ameno Bonne écoute et merci encore pour votre fidélité au LTP !!! N'hésitez pas : abonnez-vous sur les principales plateformes d'écoute (Deezer, spotify, podcast addict ...) pour être informés lors de la sortie des épisodes et notez avec 5 étoiles si vous utilisez APPLE PODCAST lorsque vous appréciez le contenu proposé.  Ce petit geste permet d'augmenter la visibilité du podcast. Je suis également attentif à tous vos commentaires et retours que vous pourriez faire ici : letstrail08@gmail.com Pour rejoindre la communauté LTP  Les principaux liens ainsi que pour vous abonner à la newsletter c'est par ici : https://linktr.ee/lets_trail_le_podcast  Instagram : @lets_trail_le_podcast   Facebook : lets trail  YOUTUBE : LETS TRAIL    Pour soutenir le projet et intégrer la communauté des Patrailons c'est par là : https://www.patreon.com/lets_trail_le_podcast -> Accès aux épisodes en avant première  -> Participation aux vision mensuels -> Accès aux vidéos de mes courses et entrainements Et bien d'autres surprises !!!

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 35:11


"PITTSBURGH MUSIC HISTORY- JIMMY BEAUMONT AND THE SKYLINERS":https://sites.google.com/site/pittsburghmusichistory/pittsburgh-music-story/doo-wop/the-skyliners

The Swyx Mixtape
False Negatives [Steve Yegge]

The Swyx Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 29:14


watch Steve Yegge's podcast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GurMGEDHUYTranscript[00:00:00] So this week we've been going through Steve yogis podcasts and his greatest hits his updated perspectives on the big clouds and what they're doing right. And what they're doing wrong. But the other thing that Steve is really well known for is his views on tech interviewing. And he's done in big tech interviews and quite a lot of them.  And we all know they're broken in some way, but it's often in very stark reminder of how broken it is. I think there are two anecdotes here. I want you to look out for, which is the first, the one on Jeff Dean. Just look out for that name. And second, the one on them reviewing their own packets and applying too high of a bar saying too many nos. There's a lot of false negatives in the industry.  Both false negatives and false positives. R a problem. Of course. And he's just some ways to handle them. But overall, I just think we, we deserve some reminder of how flawed it is when we do our own interviewing. I thought I had a bad run of it doing two interviews a week. And he did multiple a day, sometimes three at once. And i just think this is a fantastic story to go over So the thing about interviewing is it's a terrible signal. It's, it's better than a phone screen. And a phone screen is better than a resume screen. If you just look at someone's resume, how sure are you that they're good. I mean, in any, in any discipline, right? You know, you wanna, you wanna, you want an airplane, airline, pilot, you look at the resume. Will you just hire them based on the risk? Not usually. So the resume is, is your first filter. It's the first thing where you basically take a stack of resumes and there's an art to reviewing resumes and looking for people that are kind of trying to cover up, uh, things that, that, that, uh, they may not know. And they don't want you to know that they don't know. So they try to cover it up in their resume. So you can look for. Weasel words, and it's all kinds of things you need, but basically you're taking the resumes and you're, you're sorting them into two piles, right. That the keeps in the don't keeps and there's of course, the old running joke in the industry about how you want to take some resumes and just throw them in the trash can because you don't want to hire unlucky people. And so if you throw in the trashcan, that person was unlucky, but they do sort of the resumes into the I'm gonna follow up. And the ones that you just say pass. So writing a resume is really important. And part of, um, a book. Passing technical interviews would be on how to write a great resume. And this comes up again when you're writing your resume, so-called resume for what you've accomplished your company. When at time it's time to get promoted. So the art of resume writing never, never gets old. It never leaves you and is always an important part of your career. Being able to represent yourself. But that's a, that's just step one and it's a bad filter. You don't want to just base your decision on a resume. Would you marry somebody based on their race? Maybe, but probably you'd want to meet them first. Right? So the next step is a phone screen and everybody hates doing phone screens. I actually love doing phone screens. I, for some reason have, um, never really had an issue with them unless there's a bad connection or something, but a lot of people just hate talking on the phone and they even more hate having to ask people technical questions on the phone. So I often got stuck with phone screen duty at every company that I ever worked. Because you can actually do a pretty good job, not a great job, but a pretty good job of predicting whether they're going to pass their interviews based on my phone screen. Cause my phone screens would go for two hours if necessary to sort of, you know, get a comprehensive look at what this PR this candidate is good at because the general rule is like the longer you spend evaluating somebody than the better. Idea. You're going to have of whether they're going to work out. Long-term just like the longer you have a relationship with somebody before you decide whether to marry them or not the better you're going to know how that marriage is going to go. Most likely there is a point of diminishing returns and we'll talk about that. But by and large, The amount of vetting that we do in the industry today is nowhere near enough. And I'm going to, I'm going to talk about the consequences of that and how we, how we arrived at that conclusion. And so on in this, in this talk, but at a high level, I don't believe in interviewing anymore. I, I ha I'm a strong skeptic. I think that interviewing is so flawed. It's it re any company that really wants to get ahead of their competitors and succeed needs to spend some time re-inventing their interview process. And probably having people spend more time with candidates than they're spending today. It's, it's just not a very good signal. And I said that at Google once, uh, Google, I said it in, in an email, uh, replied on some public thread somewhere, um, in the early days, maybe 2008. And. Some director got mad at me and said, oh, we didn't like that. We didn't the [00:05:00] records in life that you said that you had, that you're a skeptic of the interview process. We were talking about a company that hires scientists. We're talking about a company that, you know, one of their models is speak truth to authority, and this director was an ass and, uh, he got what was coming to him eventually. At the time, you know, he was just like, well, everybody's upset because you're, you're, you know, you're questioning the sacred interview process. You farted in church is what he told me. And so, uh, and so I haven't really been able to tell people this for my entire career because they feel that it's undermining their, um, ability to attract the best. I guess, but the reality is if you marry somebody after dating him for four hours, you're probably going to get a surprise. Maybe it's a good surprise. Uh, but most surprises are not so good in that department. And interviewing is the same way. So if you're going to keep your interview. Uh, panels the exact same way that they've been doing it since Silicon valley was invented by the arse hole shot shot key. Uh, then, um, then you're going to need a better process for getting rid of people who are no good. You're you're going to need a, you're going to need to double down on your process for managing people out. That's actually how Amazon gets by and gets such great. They aggressively manage out under performance because they know that underperformers are gonna sneak in. And, uh, it's because the interview process is fluid. So it's just a best effort. The problem with the interview process is that it takes a lot of time. It's really miserable for engineers to do more than two or three interviews per week. And most companies try to cap it so that you're not talking to more than maybe two people per week. Okay. Or three, if they're really busy, uh, because it takes you. Uh, an hour out of your day to, to interview the person. And you may have a interview pre briefs where everybody gets together and maybe divides up what people are going to talk about. It's not recommended at some companies, but some companies do it anyway. And then you may have a post brief where everyone gets together and discusses a candidate afterwards. Also not recommend recommended. I could do a whole segment on Google's interview process and how it gets away from a lot of biases and little kids, soccer team situations where one person says, well, I didn't like him. And everyone was like, well, I didn't either because they don't want to rock the boat and all kinds of bad things can happen. Uh, so we can talk about that, but that's not what today is about today. It's just about just interviewing in general because what they found, this is a bit surprising, uh, is that, you know, cause Google hires a lot of statisticians. We're talking about people who are. World-class experts in their field. And since Google has this, you know, surfeit of, of statisticians, they can apply statistical methods to a variety of problem spaces. Google gets like a million plus resumes per year. And somebody has to go through all those resumes. It took me five applications to Google before they finally noticed my daughter's resume over a course of a year. I sent in one resume and then a couple months later I sent in another resume and a component's me and this went on until my fifth resume came in to Google and somebody looked at it and said, oh, we gotta get you in here for an interview. And I was like, great. You know, he could have done that like a year ago before the IEP. But whatever. So, uh, so they get a million resumes a year. That's a lot of data. That's a lot of statistical data. They do a lot of interviews. They do a lot of fun screens and they, and they add a lot of followup data, like performance data on everybody who got accepted. And so they can basically run a bunch of statistics and maybe even do experiments. They can set up special interview loops, where they set up conditions and control control groups and kind of try and see what happens when they try this or that to influence the interview process. Okay. Sounds pretty interesting. Right. And you probably think that they came up with a really, uh, really useful insights on how to conduct better interviews and the number one insight that they came up with and they shared this broadly with everybody and the, and they were just like, we're sharing this with you. We don't know what to do about it either. Was the, the result was they found out that there was zero correlation between your interview performance and your actual perform. Your, your interviews did not predict your performance. You could get a 4 0 4 us from every interviewer, the highest score, uh, at Google and wind up being a very mediocre performer or even a bad performer. And you could barely scrape by you by the skinnier teeth on your fifth application. Uh, and because I applied 55 times, but some people interviewed five times. I know one guy who actually got into Google. Fifth interview. He failed the first four and they make you wait six months. They're like, well, six months is long enough for you to go learn some stuff. So come back in six months, six more months. And he did that four times on the fifth time. K after, you know, two and a [00:10:00] half years have gone by, he finally got accepted to Google and he was a superstar. So you look at that and you say, well, okay, I've got some good anecdotes, but the statistics actually supported that. Basically your interview is now you're, you're either in or you're you're either in or out. And after that, your performance is, is it's not predictable from the interview. Another thing that they found, which was equally damning, I think no individual interviewer is better than any other interviewers when it comes to predicting whether the person will get hired or. And they specifically called out Jeff Dean. Uh, who's the number one engineer, not only at Google, but probably arguably in the whole world. And they said even Jeff Dean's interview scores were no better predictor than, than random of whether the person was going to get an offer. Which was kind of weird because everybody thinks they're really good at interviewing and it turns out no nobody's especially good at interviewing the best predictor was if around four people. All decided that they want to hire this person. And that's, that's, that's that's that's when you get the best signal. And once you start piling more than four on they, they, they found that the curve tapered off and immediately you hit diminishing returns. So, uh, starting at five interviewers, you're not getting any better information. And there are companies that I've been at where that have put people through, you know, 8, 9, 10, 11 interviews, 12 interviews. Trying to figure out is this person good or not? And they're just not getting any better information after the first four. That's the stark reality. And all these statistics basically backed up something that I had been fretting over and worrying about ever since I joined Google. Cause when I joined Google, of course, a bunch of people wanted to follow me there because, uh, I had a reputation. I was the Canary. When, when I left people, people were like, well, Either either the ship is seeking and we need to get off the ship or Steve's found something that's so much better that even though our current ship is good, this new one is something we've got to get into. And I had a reputation for that amongst my circle of friends of, you know, a hundred, a hundred plus people. And so a bunch of them tried to get in and they were good. Some of them were better than I was. And some of them were very clearly better versed in computer science than I was. They had contributed more. They were just better than me and they didn't get into Google and. And I knew right then that there was something seriously, seriously wrong with the process. Now, of course, we run into situations where, you know, I've said it before, why CEOs fail, they failed because they put their faith in the wrong people. And I've certainly done that myself in my career in recent times. I mean, it's very easy to do. Sometimes you're putting your faith in a person who might have all the qualifications on paper, but people just don't like. And there's nothing you can do about it, because if everybody hates you at your work, you're not going to be able to get stuff done no matter how good you are. So, you know, it's a problem because I I'm biased. And when I say the people who got turned away, uh, and I say they should have gotten jobs at Google and they got turned down by the interview process. You know, I am biased, you know, they're my friends. And in some cases, maybe I was wrong about them, but the ones that I'm thinking of, one on to, in their careers to become senior principal engineers at Amazon of which there are probably only 20 in existence, you know, or 25. And, and so these people are not slouches and they, they basically, you know, helped build the Amazon that you use today and they didn't get jobs. So, I guess one takeaway is if you interview at Google and you interview three or four times at Google and you don't get the job that doesn't actually mean that you weren't qualified to work at Google, it means you were what's called potentially. It potentially means you were a false negative, a false negative is where you, you do a test and the results of the test is no. And it should have been yet. So, for example, a false negative for, uh, an illness. If you take a test for COVID and they said, no, you don't have it, but you actually do have it. And the test dismissed it. That's a false negative, false negatives are, uh, you know, a huge, huge problem in the industry and their. Especially bad problem at Google. Google has probably a higher, false negative rate than maybe anybody else in the industry. Maybe Facebook, uh, since they got a lot of ex Googlers and they, they brought in a lot of people and they kind of copied a lot of Google's interview process. And so I'm sure Facebook has false negatives too. Uh, but those two are going to be the top. And false negatives really hurt. They really hurt the company. Like more than companies are willing to acknowledge they hurt because first of all, they've lost out on a great. And they just, the candidate showed up wanting to come and help the company and the candidate was great. Uh, but their interview process said, no, not great. So we're not going to hire them.  So that's that's problem. Number one is you is opportunity cost, but problem, number two is now that person is bitter and resentful because they know they're good enough to work at Google and they got turned down. And so now they start to hate Google and they start to bad mouth Google or Microsoft or whoever. [00:15:00] Did this, every company has false negatives and every company goes through this problem where they, they create enemies, Microsoft actually in the nineties. And I interviewed there once for an internship back when I was very early in college, so I didn't get the internship. And, uh, but they were, they were real jerks during the interview. At least Google was kind of nice, um, stressful, but nice in Microsoft, they were very arrogant and they would just sit there and make you struggle for 40 minutes without giving you any, any hints or indicators or anything. And it was just the way they ran things. And at Microsoft, they, they basically realized after 10 years of. They did some studies and they did some interviews with people out in the industry and they realized they were creating an army I'm fast army of people who hated Microsoft because of their terrible interview process, their experience that they had because people would, would be jerked around at the Microsoft interview and they would leave and they go, well, screw that company. And, uh, and, and screw the horse they wrote in on, and they go tell all their friends about it. And now everybody in the industry is like, well, Microsoft, a bunch of jerks, and this is such a big problem that it, it, it escalated all the way up to. You know, the senior executive levels and it was part of their corporate consciousness, you know, where they were like, oh no, we have an existential problem, which is we, we, we we've been screwing people over for a decade and now they're poisoned against us. And so they turned it around. They made a huge effort, a huge initiative to be nice to candidates during their interview so that even if they don't get the job, they still feel like they got a fair shot. And that in turn started, started to fix the problem of, of poisoning the well of candidates. So, you know, all, all very interesting. Right? What have we learned so far in my, uh, you know, 20 minutes of talking so far for this goes by fast, we've learned that interviewing is not a very good signal. There's a lot of false negatives. There are, um, a lot of interviewers out there who think they're really good at it, but statistics show that they're actually not. We've learned that if you do more than four interviews on a candidate, that you're wasting your time, because four is enough to tell you the right, the right answer. Uh, and of course the right answer is if you're not sure than, than Beaumont. Right, right. That's what everyone says. Is it though? I don't know. I don't know. Right. Maybe, maybe if in doubt you do hire them and then you fire them three months later, if they're just really, really, uh, out of their league, if they're, if they're underperforming, because the really the way it should work is is if they're close, because interviewing is just so flawed and cause false negatives are such a huge problem. Because it's opportunity costs plus it's poisoning the well, you know, not to mention the third problem with false negatives, in addition to in bettering everybody and losing you a great candidate, they go to one of your competitors. So no triple, triple whammy right there, uh, losing, turning away somebody who's really going to be actually do a good job at your company is really, really bad for your company. But companies are really scared of false positives. They're really scared that they're going to hire somebody who wasn't qualified. They're terrified of it. They would much rather have false negatives than false positives. And. Most of them can get away with it. Um, because well, they could up until recently because there were plenty of engineers out there and they could just keep, keep sifting through the pile until they get one that's just unambiguously a great candidate. And then they, then they're mediocre performers. Right. Because the whole, the whole thing is just, it's a mess. I don't know. I folks, I don't know what to tell you other than you need to do more than just interviews with somebody to really understand what their contribution is at the very least somebody should be tasked with finding a dossier on the person. Let me tell you a little bit about one thing that Google does. That's kind of cool that most other companies don't do it. It's called hiring committee and I was on a hiring committee for a long time. Hiring committee is this group of people that reviews the feedback from interviewers. So at Amazon and most other companies, the interviewers, the people who actually interviewed the candidate, they get together afterwards. Maybe it's immediately afterwards. Maybe it's later that day. Maybe it's the next day after it started to fade, it can kind of get kind of bad when a week goes by and you're like, oh, what did they do again? So at least take good notes after you interview someone. So they get together and they decide together as a group based on their experience with a candidate, should they hire them or not? That's how most companies work and it's actually terribly biased because, uh, these people biases. Like I mentioned a little kid's soccer team earlier, right. Where the ball shoots out and then the whole team runs after the ball. Somebody will say one thing and then everybody will just be like, oh yeah, this candidate sucks. Forget it. Forget everything. I, you know, yeah. They'll, they'll say, oh, I had a really good interview of the person, but don't pay too much. Don't read too much into it because of what Joe said. And so they wind up exacerbating the false negative. And in some cases, you know, they can sneak false positives through that way too, if you really [00:20:00] liked the candidate, but usually it's easier to say no. And so you get this false negative problem, a Google, what they do is everybody writes up their notes. You write up very detailed notes of what you asked the candidate and what their answers were. And you include if possible, any source code that they wrote as part of their. Or any drawings, they did everything. And you present that you, you, you put it into a system. And then later a hiring committee meets like once a week and they go through all of the interview results and they say, okay, let's decide who of these people are. And it's a really cool process because, uh, now you, you have no idea who the interviewer is, maybe, uh, and although you can get statistics on their, their, their past, on their distribution of yeses and nos or their scores. Right. And, uh, you know, one thing that they found is, is if people give. 2.0, meaning they're not sure, you know, I'm just going to punt. I didn't get a good enough signal in my interview. That's a useless interview in there a week. Interviewer, you should come out with a yes or no that lets you know, kind of seems obvious. And so they can, they can tweak and discount somebody. If somebody always says. They can say, well, this person does always say no. And they said no to this person over here who got hired and they're doing great. So they can discount it that way or they can discount it if the person is too easy and always says yes. So they have a little bit of leeway there in, in basically wiggling around. Uh, if one of the, one of the interviewers is really strong. Yes. Are really strong. But basically they don't know what's going on. They're blind. They just, they're just looking at feedback and deciding whether to hire the person or not. And it seems like a really, really cool process in principle because it gets rid of that bias of the individual interviewers, biasing, each other. There is a problem though. Okay. The recruiters because you work very, very closely with recruiters during this whole process. Tech recruiters, recruiters are great. I always say, be kind to your recruiter every day is be nice to your recruiter day because they are your partner. When it comes to getting great people into this company, the recruiter is the one representing the company. They're going to be the ones sweet talking to the candidate. They're going to be the ones telling the candidate. Oh, I'm so sorry that you didn't. You didn't get it, but you know, they thought very highly of you giving the, you know, the, the candidate, good experience recruiters can get you good resumes. They can, they can, they can, um, help sort of try to direct people your direction. If your team is hurting many, many, many reasons to be good to your recruiters. And a lot of people just treat them as administrators and they're just like, whatever, get that recruiter over here. And it's, it's, they're dumb. Those people are dumb. And they probably kick puppies. So anyway, uh, you're working with the recruiters and the recruiters came into us one day in hiring committee and they said we today, uh, before we review the resumes, we're going to do a little exercise. Okay. What we're going to do is we're going to present, we're presenting you. We're going to give you some packets to. These packets have been carefully selected. And what we're going to do, this is sort of a calibration exercise. We're going to see, we're going to try to see if, if you, uh, you know, if your results match with other results across the company. They gave us some story and they gave us a bunch of packets to review. And so we reviewed the packets. What's a packet, a packet is the candidates resume. Uh, and, uh, but they wouldn't show us the resume. They would only show us the interviewer's feedback. So we had to make our decision not based on the resume, but based on only what the interview was. Okay, fair enough. I mean, the interviewers give a lot of details. The resume almost doesn't matter anymore at that point, because what really, you know, what really matters is how did they do in the interview? Right? So we went through and we were out allowed to ask questions and they would go in and check the notes and stuff. But basically we were, we were doing this totally blind and we had to go in as a group and do our regular thing to decide whether or not to hire each one of these packets. And we ended up projecting 30 or 35% of them. We passed like 60%. If I remember correctly, it was, it was a, it was a pretty hefty number that we turned down and then the recruiters shared the results. They shared the secret with us. They, they, they let us in on the surprise, which was at the packets we were reviewing were ours. We were reviewing our own interview feedback and we had decided not to hire one-third of ourselves. And again, it did nothing, but disillusioned me even further, just, just leading new leave that this, this whole process is just it's garbage. It's speed dating. It's me making marriage decisions basically based on speed dating. And, uh, and I, and to this day, I think that the, the process is flawed. I understand why they do it. I get it. They do it because. It's a compromise. It's a compromise between how much time and resources are they willing to devote to it versus how good of a signal they're going to get? Because [00:25:00] it's really, really hard. Like I said, to, to participate in lots and lots of things. Amazon went through to get big, fast phase back in the early two thousands where they were just like, oh my God, we got a girl that crazy. We've got a bunch of, you know, funding and we've, we've got a bunch of things that we want to get done and we need a bunch of people fast, get big, fast GBF, and we're gonna, um, we're going to interview. They're crazy. And so we went through a couple of years at Amazon. I don't know if it's still like this. I hope not where, uh, we had to interview many, many people. Every day, not just, not just like many per week, but like I would get many interviews per day and we had to stay on top. You had to interview the people that would come up with interview questions and you had to write up your feedback and you had to, you know, do that between juggling your regular job, which was already hard. And then it got to the point where I was starting to get like double. So they would have me interviewing two different people in different conference rooms at the same time. And I'd be running back and forth, apologizing to the candidate saying, I'm sorry, I've got to run. I'll be back in five minutes, work on this problem. And I run to the other candidate. And then one time I actually got triple booked and I was running between three different rooms interviewing three different candidates. And it was just, it was untenable. It was ridiculous. And it was not a great candidate experience. And it certainly wasn't a great experience for us. And when I, for a few years, because we were just trying so hard to vet people and that's, that's all we had. It's. So, so you can try to throw the, you can try to scale up, but just making everybody work really, really hard, but that, that can lead to some serious burnout and really bad outcomes. And at that point you might as well just throw darts to figure out who you're going to hire. So, uh, so is there a better way? Well, yeah, there, there is actually a better way. This is Swyx here. So he goes on to talk about pair interviewing and internships, which I didn't think were very controversial. So I cut it out.  Don't believe too much in your interviewing process. Don't believe in it so much that you require somebody to go through 10 interviews. Cause it won't help. Don't believe that some of your interviewers are better than others because actually they're not. And, and that's been shown again and again, statistically at Google, they tried year after year. Uh, and, and, and don't believe that, um, that the, the, the interview performance, how well somebody does an interview, all that shows is how good they are. That's what we learned. We learned that, that if you do really relevant really well in an interview, then you can conclude beyond a shadow of doubt that this person is really good at interviewing, but they may not be any good at actually working and getting stuff. So do whatever you can to try to improve the quality of that signal. If you're on the interviewing side, you know, try to try to get, um, uh, you know, try to get two people into the room and do pair interviews and see how it works for your company and for your candidates. Because you're going to find that it's going to co. It's going to fix a lot of problems with bad interviewers, uh, and do your best to try to get the person, to try to understand what their actual work is like. Go look at their GitHub, go look at their, any, any projects that they got, where you can actually see. This is the dossier I started talking about earlier. Where you can see what the contributions are that got me, like I said, I got that, got me, my job at Google, my contributions, you know, in the form of, you know, what I did for my computer game was enough to sort of make a tie breaker and get me another round of interviews, you know, do that, do try to get a complete picture of the candidate because you know, you're forced be dates is not going to be enough. And then finally, maybe try to turn the. A little bit towards, remember how I said we didn't hire ourselves 30% of us. We decided not to hire, uh, you know, try to turn the novel a little bit, to be a little bit more forgiving and then have a process. By which you tell the candidate, you're in an evaluation period. And if after three months or six months, you know, you're not performing up to snuff, we're going to down level you, or we're going to find another role for you. Or unfortunately, we're going to have to, you know, find a way to get you a job at another company. Basically give you an opportunity. However, HR and recruiters say this, they have magic ways of saying it and don't ever let an engineer tell a person that they have to go. Cause they'll do a terrible job. Like I just did. But have a process for managing out your false positives. And then, and then you're just going to have, you're going to have better outcomes. You're going to have better people. You're going to have happier. People are going to have more productive teams and you're going to have a better candidate experience.

Green Mountain Mysteries
Episode 45 - Interlude: Family Matters (Part 5)

Green Mountain Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 83:08


Before we begin chapter five, it's time for another interlude! This time, Thom takes the GM chair as the gang leave Burlington to once again help a family member in need.Sly gets a late night call, and with both Albion and Beaumont out of town, he rounds up Des and Ro for a trip back home to discover that there's murder, mystery, and family history to confront in NYC; with special guest Hue from No Dice as Natalie Coopersmith.Starring Christine Savage as Desdemona Brown, Darius Southland as Dr. Sylvester Coopersmith, Gwen Vetter as Ro Kamen, and Thom Freitag as everyone else. Adventure written by Thom Freitag.Today's show is brought to you by AbeBooks!AbeBooks is an online marketplace listing millions of new, used, rare and out-of-print books and other collectible items, as well as cheap textbooks.Go to https://affiliates.abebooks.com/PPNFollow Green Mountain Mysteries here!Twitter: https://twitter.com/GMMCastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/GMMCast/Discord: https://discord.gg/9FJzbzb

Dana & Jay In The Morning
Tell Me - Beaumont BBQ place makes top list in Texas, Mom from New Mexico comes to Game 1

Dana & Jay In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 2:58


A new place out in Beaumont has landed in the Top 50 Best BBQ Joints list put on by Texas Monthly....and a Mom and daughter traveled all the way from New Mexico to cheer on their beloved Astros during Game 1 of the World Series

Da KikBack
Is it the parent or the child Ep..87

Da KikBack

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 101:28


Due to recent incidents involving violence in several schools in Beaumont, we talk about what needs to happen to help solve the problem. Is it the parent or is it the child that's the problem? Some suggest it might even be the school. We discuss to find out --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/DaKikback/support

Analyse Asia with Bernard Leong
Connecting the Next 2.5 Billion with Scott Beaumont

Analyse Asia with Bernard Leong

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 32:56


Fresh out of the studio, Scott Beaumont, President Asia Pacific from Google joined us for an interesting conversation on why, what and how it takes to connect the next 2.5 billion people online in Asia. He discuss how COVID-19 has accelerated the digital adoption in Asia Pacific and broke down the key opportunities on how entrepreneurs can innovate and build their start-ups on the dynamics in the region. Last but not least, Scott offers his perspectives on the emerging technology trends and where they are heading from AI to quantum computing. If we're going to create equitable progress throughout Asia, then we need to make sure that everybody's got access to that technology. The demographics in Asia are astonishing.  Since COVID began, so 2019, in the last two years, we've seen about 217 million people come online for the first time, so a whole new Indonesia which is really quite remarkable.  What we want to do is make sure that they've got access to that technology, that they know how to use it, and that the products and services that they can leverage are meaningful to them. - Scott Beaumont Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Run it" by DJ Snake, Rick Ross and Rich Brian

Visionaries Global Media
Brain Buster Boys Episode 41: HallowQueens Havok

Visionaries Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 98:26


The Boys react to the Greg Goldman Hour's worldwide success while bringing back If You Recall as the road to AEW Full Gear comes into view. Greg and Hoagie seek advice for how to deal with their show's surging popularity with a special Halloween guest slated to appear. In this episode, Brett and Beaumont talk about: Hoagie and Greg Seek Advice (0:00) Intro/If You Recall –WCW Halloween Havoc 1997, Eddie Guerrero vs Rey Mysterio (8:52) The Greg Goldman Hour – Opening Monologue & WWE Recap (26:39) AEW Rampage – 10/22/21 and AEW Saturday Night Dynamite – 10/23/21 (40:57) The Greg Goldman Hour – Interview with Lee Plummer from Leedonism Horror Podcast (82:24) Follow @BrainBusterBoys on Twitter and Instagram Brought to you by Visionaries Global Media

The Westerly Sun
Westerly Sun - 2021-10-25: Robert Rene Gaudreau, Disaster Declaration Request, and Helen "Penny" Collings

The Westerly Sun

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 5:09


You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about news, the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now for some trivia. Did you know that Rhode Island native, Robert Rene Gaudreau is a former professional ice hockey player? He played in the NHL from 1992 to 1996 with the San Jose Sharks and Ottawa Senators. Internationally Gaudreau played for the American national team at the senior and junior level, including the 1993 World Championships. Now, we turn our feature story…. Gov. Ned Lamont has submitted a request for a major disaster declaration to the Biden administration, seeking federal funds to help Connecticut recover from damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. The Sept. 1st storm dumped as much as 8 inches of rain on parts of the state, resulting in heavy flooding and an estimated $7.2 million in damage to homes, businesses and infrastructure. It also resulted in the death of State Police Sgt. Brian Mohl, whose vehicle was swept away in floodwaters. Lamont said: “The effects from the remnants of Hurricane Ida were of such severity that effective recovery is beyond the capabilities of state and local governments, and as a result, supplemental federal assistance is necessary.” Lamont's request would allow homeowners in Fairfield and New London counties, as well residents of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribal Nation, to receive federal reimbursements for the costs of uninsured damage to their housing and personal property. According to Lamont's request, just 8% of damaged homes in New London County and 23% in Fairfield County had flood insurance. The proposed declaration also would allow municipalities in Fairfield and Middlesex counties to receive up to 75% federal reimbursement of the costs of uninsured damage to roads and other infrastructure, as well as costs for emergency response. The governor's office said public assistance damage assessments in Litchfield, New Haven and New London counties have not been completed and his request could be updated. Stay up to date on this story and more at westerlysun.com There are a lot of businesses in our community that are hiring right now, so we're excited to tell you about some new job listings. Today's Job posting comes from Cargill in Westerly. They're looking for shipping and receiving associates. You'll be responsible for working in a fast paced environment packing meat products. Pay is up $20.00 per hour. If you're interested and think you'd be a good fit for the role you can apply using the link in our episode description. https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=740518464e480bd4 Today we're remembering the life of Helen "Penny" Collings.  Helen, a birth-rite Quaker, was born in Lansdowne, PA. After a combined eight years of living in Boston and New Jersey, the family came back to the Philadelphia area settling in Rosemont. The family constant were summers spent in Weekapaug, Rhode Island. Throughout her childhood, competitive ice skating and sailing the sneakbox on Weekapaug pond were two joys. Helen attended Shipley School and graduated in 1943. In 1945 Penny and Clif were married and made their home in St. David's, raising their four children. Their family summers were split between Weekapaug and Squam Lake, NH. After the children were grown, Penny and Clif moved to Haverford with their later years living at Beaumont at Bryn Mawr, all-the-while wintering at "The Nest" in Vero Beach, Florida. Helen's abundant love, great sense of humor and energy were focused on family and friends, but also included running for public office and her volunteer work. Growing up a Pennock meant flowers were always in her life. She won first prize at the Philadelphia Flower Show for "Individual Floral Arranging". She also was a faithful member of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church where she served as a Deacon for many years. During WWII she trained as a nurse's aid and continued her service during the Vietnam War. Helen volunteered as a "Grey Lady" at the Valley Forge Hospital in Coatesville, PA. Twice a week she escorted the amputees from Fort Dix, NJ to Valley Forge Hospital on an old school bus. After listening to the men in extreme discomfort during transportation Helen used her power of persuasion in Washington D.C. and Detroit to have money appropriated to build a prototype deluxe bus equipped with special shock absorbers for the amputees. That bus was nicknamed "The Collings Special". Helen was later honored at Walter Reed Hospital, outside Washington, D.C., for her insight, tenacity and accomplishment. Penny made long lasting friends wherever she went. She and Clif loved life together! Traveling the world extensively, playing golf and bridge, her fun sense of humor always on display. She is survived by her sister, her four children,  her six grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate Penny's life. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rebel News +
DAVID MENZIES | Quebec pushes vaccine deadline; Alberta targets bakery

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 37:54


Alexa Lavoie on Quebec's mandatory vaccine protests; Sheila Gunn Reid on Bake My Day in Beaumont, Alberta.

The Guy Gordon Show
The Guy Gordon Show ~ October 22, 2021

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 66:12


October 22, 2021 ~ Full Show. Chris Renwick in for Guy. Joe Biden struggles through odd town hall broadcast with Anderson Cooper on CNN. Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne reports on staffing loss at Beaumont health due to the vaccine mandate. Former US Attorney Matthew Schneider talks a major money laundering bust in Detroit, Congressional vote to hold Steve Bannon in contempt and Merrick Garland being grilled in front of the house. Senior News Analyst Lloyd Jackson discusses Donald Trump's new social media platform and Hondo Carpenter from Sports Illustrated on Congress seeking more info on the NFL's investigation into the Washington Football Team.

The Guy Gordon Show
Marie Osborne ~ The Guy Gordon Show

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 9:04


370 Beaumont employees suspended for not getting vaccine, 70 resign

Hands on Apologetics
22 Oct 21 – Douglas Beaumont: The Soul, Reason, and Aquinas

Hands on Apologetics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 51:13


Today's Topics: 1) Finding the Fallacy: (Propaganda) Glittering Generalities Meet the Early Church Fathers: Hegesippus 2, 3, 4) Interview

WWJ's All Local
Beaumont suspends 370 workers, Oakland County man killed in crash involving vintage Jeep

WWJ's All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:48


WWJ's Jason Scott and Roberta Jasina have your Friday news briefs including a story from WWJ's Charlie Langton about a criminal complaint about a money laundering operation between Metro Detroit and Dubai. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Special Guest - Dr. Corrine Ellsworth-Beaumont, CEO of Know Your Lemons Foundation

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 13:44


Dr. Corrine Ellsworth-Beaumont, CEO of Know Your Lemons Foundation joined the show to talk about early detection during Breast Cancer Awareness Month See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Small Things Make A Big Difference

October is breast cancer awareness month and this is a must listen episode Corrine is the founder and CEO of the Know Your Lemons Foundation and the designer behind the global #knowyourlemons campaign, which is in 28+ languages and has been seen by 1 billion people online. More importantly Corrine shares leadership lessons in starting her own company, thriving as a single parent, and you will want to her one small thing that makes a big difference https://knowyourlemons.org/

Visionaries Global Media
Brain Buster Boys #40: The Miami Rohit

Visionaries Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 136:31


The BBBs switch things up and bring on former Impact Wrestling X-Division Champion Rohit Raju to talk his career in Impact and on the indies, what it's like working with an opponent who gets hurt, and his hilarious impressions of old school wrestlers. Greg and Hoagie deal with backstage drama while trying to figure out why they keep getting disagreeable guests. In this episode, Brett and Beaumont talk about: News Report/Beau Calls Smack/Rohit Anticipation (0:00) Interview with Rohit Raju (10:46) The Greg Goldman Hour – Opening Monologue & WWE Recap (72:33) AEW Rampage – 10/15/21 and AEW Saturday Night Dynamite – 10/16/21 (86:19) The Greg Goldman Hour – Interview with Ryback (125:02) Follow @BrainBusterBoys on Twitter and Instagram Brought to you by Visionaries Global Media

Ten Thousand Worlds
The Family Altar Audio Devotional - Day 289

Ten Thousand Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 5:30


If it had not been the Lord who was on our side, when men rose up against us: Then they had swallowed us up quick, when their wrath was kindled against us: (Psalm 124:2-3) 244 I'll tell you what happened the other day. I was down in Texas. 'Fore leaving…And the—the brethren here are witnesses to this. The Oneness church, seventy-two churches, sponsored my meeting. And I put Brother Petty, the Assembly of God brother, up on the platform that night. Now, you know that's true. He's a precious brother, Brother Petty, if any of you know him, from Beaumont, Texas. He's one of the finest man I ever met. His wife is a converted Catholic, a real sainted woman. He's a real man of God. 245 Tell me who is a finer man than Roy Wead, of the Assemblies of God. Mention any of these men, look here, all these brothers I know around here. Brother from the Philadelphian church here, and the Assemblies of God men, and who is any finer people? Tell me where. Tell me who is a finer man than Jack Moore? Tell me that. He's a what they call…They belong to them. He's not a radical. You find radical on both sides; and that's where the people point, and that's where the devil points. 246 But they're all men of God. God has give them the Holy Ghost. If it wasn't for the grace of God, we'd all be gone, with our fusses and things. That's exactly right. But the grace of God binds us together. No wonder we can sing, “Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love.” That's what we need, then. 247 And so you know what? The General Superintendent over the—the church, called me up, and he said, “Did you know what you did last night?” My second night there. I said, “What?” I said, “Had a wonderful meeting.” Said, “You had a man on your pulpit was a sinner.” I said, “I didn't know it.” Where was… Said, “That Mr. Petty.” 248 “Oh,” I said, “a sinner? What?” I said, “He's an Assembly of God preacher, brother.” 249 He said, “Yes, but he is still a sinner, because he hasn't been baptized right.” 250 And I said, “Brother, pray tell me why.” I said, “He's got the Holy Ghost.” 251 He said, “Brother Branham, what did Peter say? ‘Repent, and be baptized in the Name of Jesus Christ for the remission of your sins.' Therefore your sins cannot be remitted until you're baptized in Jesus' Name.” I said, “Is that the formula, my brother?” He said, “That's the formula.” 252 I said, “God upset His Own applecart then, in Acts 10:49, for, ‘While Peter yet spake these words, the Holy Ghost fell upon them which heard the Word,' see, and they had never been baptized, at all. Then, God give the Holy Ghost to people that wasn't even converted?” I said, “Where in the world are you standing now?” 253 He said, “You know what we're going to do?” Said, “We're drawing a little ring, and drawing you right out of our circle.” 254 “Then,” I said, “I'm going to draw another one, and draw you right back in again.” I said, “You can't draw me out, 'cause I love you. See, you just can't do it.” I said, “There's too many of your—your brethren out there that love me and believe in me.” I said, “You, I'll—I'll…They'll come, anyhow.” I said, “They'll come. And you can't draw me out. If you draw me out, I'll draw you back in.” I said, “When you make one circle, God, by His grace, will let me draw another and pull you right back again.” That's right, draw them right back again. 61-0425b - "The Godhead Explained" Rev. William Marrion Branham ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Order your own copy of the Family Altar at http://store.bibleway.org Appreciate what we do? Consider supporting us: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support

Tapped In Music
Tapped in #82 - Big Jade

Tapped In Music

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 34:17


The Beaumont legend Big Jade joins Tapped in to talk about her amazing work. She explains her upbringing, how she got into making music, and shares some incredible stories. Be sure to tap in with her and run her up! #BigJade #Tappedin #BigMoneyTexas --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tapped-in-music/support

Béarn Gourmand France Bleu Béarn
Le restaurant "La Belle Epoque" à Pau vous accueille en musique

Béarn Gourmand France Bleu Béarn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 42:06


durée : 00:42:06 - Côté saveurs en Béarn Bigorre - Le restaurant "La Belle Epoque" au palais Beaumont à Pau nous convie ce samedi 16 octobre pour une soirée diner & concert, une tradition stoppée avec la pandémie. Son chef Emmanuel Cochet nous dévoile ce menu éphémère et nous présente la jeune pâtissière qui travaille à ses côtés.

The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
In The Cross Hairs – J A Jance

The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 38:41


Bestselling, much beloved crime fiction author JA Jance has more than 60 books to her name, in three different series, and she's still going strong. She's made feisty independent female leads like Arizona County Sheriff Joanna Brady, and news anchor turned investigator Ali Reynolds, into international reader favorites. Hi there, I'm your host Jenny Wheeler, and on the show today JA explains why she uses that penname, JA, rather than her given name Judith, and she talks about the day her first husband hitchhiked home with a serial killer, 20 minutes after he'd committed his last crime, and how, in a roundabout way, it helped to launch her writing career. We've got three of JA's latest books to give away to three lucky readers. You can enter the draw on our website https://thejoysofbingereading.com/giveaway/ ENTER THE DRAW TO WIN JA MYSTERY Before we get to JA, I've got an exciting bit of news. Binge Reading is now on Patreon. For as little as a cup of coffee a month, you can become a Patreon supporter for binge reading, and get fortnightly exclusive content on hot new books you won't want to put down, as well as updates from your favorite authors.    SUPPORT BINGE READING ON PATREON Six things you'll learn from this Joys of Binge Reading episode: How JA's husband's encounter with a serial killer changed her lifeWhy women weren't taken seriously when she started outHow 1400 pages became her training for a new careerThe remarkable drive which keeps her goingHer process as a best selling mystery writerHow Covid might have changed things forever Where to find J A Jance:  Website: https://www.jajance.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JAJance Twitter: @JAJance Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3453636.J_A_Jance YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZv3-uAGIRAPlbwr3IYwjyw What follows is a "near as" transcript of our conversation, not word for word but pretty close to it, with links to important mentions. But now here's JA. Introducing NY Times best selling author JA Jance Jenny Wheeler: Hello there JA, and welcome to the show. It's good to have you with us. NY Time best selling author JA Jance JA Jance: I am really happy to be here. I am delighted to know that I have fans in your neck of the woods, and I would like to have more fans in your neck of the woods, so let's hope this little chat helps that happen. Jenny Wheeler: Surely. You have got an amazing back list. You have 60 books or more published in three series, all in crime fiction, two focused on officers of the law and one a news anchor turned mystery solver. The officers of the law are Detective JP Beaumont, and there was a huge Beaumont series. Then we've got Arizona County Sheriff Joanna Brady and a big series involving her, and now Ali Reynolds, the news anchor. Tell me what keeps your creative fires burning, because obviously this has been a life's work and you're still fully engaged in it. JA Jance: What keeps me fresh is the fact that I don't just have one character. I wrote nine Beaumont books in a row, and I was tired of him and threatened to knock him off. My editor said, write something else, so I wrote the first Walker family book Hour of the Hunter. When I went back to Beaumont, it was fun again. At that point, my editor said, come up with another series. The Beaumont books are written in the first person, through JP Beaumont's point of view. I know this sounds like Agatha Christie, but I met him on a train. I had written a first novel that never sold to anybody primarily because it was 1400 pages long. 'Write something in Seattle, JA was told by her agent When my agent suggested I write something set in Seattle, I tried, and I couldn't get that story to move. It just wouldn't go forward. I worked on it for about six months. My kids were little then and finally I sent them off to camp for Spring Break and got on a train to go visit with a friend who l...

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast
Episode 5: Monday Night RaR

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 101:27


****As always dedicated to Joshua "The Brewed Man" Kunkle****Welcome to Monday Night RaR!!!!! For one night only the fellas go Retro and bring back the great nostalgia of Pro Wrestling! The beer sampled is by Rar Brewing from Cambridge, MD.  The "Out of Order" Series featuring some classic wrassler characters! Find out who the fellas pick as their favorite wrestler is and listen to a little wrestling trivia. You have to hear about the amazing flavor combos that RaR made for each of these cans! Let me tell you something Brother..... you don't want to miss this episode!!****Disclaimer all wrestling theme music and clips used are property of WWE and are not used for profit only for entertainment and as fans of pro wrestling*****The Craft Lounge Taproom and Bottleshop Located in Beaumont, CA The Craft Lounge is your spot to grab some of the finest craft beers!!Support the show (http://www.paypal.me/BeerDadandBrewed)

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – October 11, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 173:29


Shatner taking up space, Netflix v. interrupting employees, Bisexual Superman, Showtime's Buried & repressed memories, more Mandy Matney, and we have a Brian Laundrie list of neighbors to call.Seriously though, what happened to Tom Cruise's face? Some people are saying he caught Fat Face Syndrome like Madonna and Chrissy Teigen.Old Man Conrad made quite the first impression yesterday.Joe Biden's approval rating is low because of all those damn unvaccinated people.Superman is out of the closet.Today is National Coming Out Day. Some people are upset that Christopher Columbus Day isn't getting enough attention today.Rolling Stone Magazine HATES Eric Clapton.Adam Schefter loves his role as #2.Repressed Memories: Marc recommends Buried on Showtime. Drew remembers his dead dog. Roseanne once remembered something from when she was 6-months-old.Clay Aiken needs to play Scott Rogers in a made-for-tv movie.Joel Osteen gave back his PPP loans.Mandy Matney dropped a new episode and advertisers are starting to make it rain.Laundrie List: Dog the Bounty Hunter is currently off the Laundrie case due to injury. We learn that Trudi is a huge Dog fan. We check in with new Laundrie neighbor, Tony.Eric Church enabled Morgan Wallen.Gene Simmons almost died in a stage mishap.William Shatner continues his media tour by dominating interviews.Britney Watch: Jamie Lynn Spears has a new book coming out. Britney Spears responds by spinning. K-Fed wants it to be clear that Britney will still have NO custody of the kids when her conservatorship is over because she's a nut and unfit mother.Gina Stewart declares herself the 'Hottest Grandma in the World'.Billie Eilish made the worst Bond song possibly ever. People are upset about the ending of the latest film.Eric in the Morning is off the air after accuser #3 comes forward.Max Scherzer got drunk.Billy Idol has some new tunes out.Beaumont needs nurses. The US needs truckers.This Ferndale pastor needs to pray to God to help him stop drinking and driving.Not many stories about school shooter Tim Simpkins out there. His family tried to create a GoFundMe for him but it was shut down.Netflix employees are furious that Netflix allows Dave Chappelle content to air on their platform.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

The Paul W. Smith Show
Rick Smith ~ The Paul W. Smith Show

The Paul W. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 6:48


October 11, 2021 ~ The Pro Golfer stops by the Paul W. Smith Show before the Drive for Life Invitational kicks off at Oakland Hills and he says it's going to be a great day of golf to raise money for Beaumont oncology programs.

The Paul W. Smith Show
Bernice Sessa ~ The Paul W. Smith Show

The Paul W. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 7:42


October 11, 2021 ~ The Beaumont Urgent Care by WellStreet Regional Medical Director talks to Paul about the Beaumont Drive for Life Invitational and she says they are pleased to be partnering with Beaumont to raise money for oncology programs.

Visionaries Global Media
Brain Buster Boys #39: The Philly Flush

Visionaries Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 112:07


The Boys celebrate AEW Dynamite's second anniversary and seek advice about how best to deal with their new reality. Greg vents his long-held animosity toward Philadelphia while Hoagie makes a new friend. In this episode, Brett and Beaumont talk about: Seeking Advice/Joining Good Cop Bad Cop (0:00) The Greg Goldman Hour – Opening Monologue & WWE Recap (13:02) AEW Dynamite– 10/6/21 (27:13) AEW Rampage– 10/8/21 (80:56) The Greg Goldman Hour – Interview with Philadelphia's Own Mario Picciuto (101:12) Follow @BrainBusterBoys on Twitter and Instagram Brought to you by Visionaries Global Media

S5 (The Sowell 5 Podcast)
Episode 56 - Big Jawn Slayer

S5 (The Sowell 5 Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 111:03


Opening Track - THC x Bre MaaClosing Track - The Jackie x Bas Ft. J.Cole & Lil TjayIts the new season thats not the new season lol you all enjoyPJ talks about his Southside dance for Spanish Heritage MonthThe guys unpack their respective weeksS5 Podcast is in PJ's Wedding - Jay feels honored to be a groomsmanPolos with the BIG horseScammer no scammingRed talks of scam artistsWhat is something you did you went great lengths to hide?The experience of people watching in the clubPJ tries to coach his friend in the clubRedd piggy backs off PJ story with one of his ownMinor tension at the gymBooty Clapper barDiscounted TVs from Beaumont

Beaumont HouseCall Podcast
the Flu Season 2021 episode

Beaumont HouseCall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 28:06


Beaumont's infectious disease experts have the answers to your flu, COVID and respiratory virus questions. In this episode, we'll cover why it's important to get the flu shot this year, when is the right time to get vaccinated and how should we be timing our flu shots and COVID vaccines or booster shots this year.

Author Conversations
Texas Oblivion

Author Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 29:31


On February 2, 1963, a tanker with thirty-nine men aboard departed Beaumont and never returned. In the mid-spring of 1882, Billy the Kid's friend, foe and equal escaped Huntsville Penitentiary and vanished. On December 9, 1961, a young boy in Wichita Falls disappeared without a trace. On November 18, 1936, a father and son were swallowed by a “Walled Kingdom.” On December 23, 1974, three girls went to a Fort Worth mall and were never seen or heard from again. This collection explores twenty baffling disappearances that investigators have studied for decades, to no avail. Homicide, patricide, filicide, genocide, devil worship, the Devil's Triangle, the Devil's River, the assassination of JFK, UFO abductions, legal limbo, literal limbo—oblivion. Award-winning author E.R. Bills drags the facts of these mystifying cases back from the void.   https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/Products/9781467147378

Visionaries Global Media
Brain Buster Boys #38: The Man with the Goldman Gun

Visionaries Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 109:35


The BBBs reel from last week's Goldman Hour news while discussing another great week in AEW. After celebrating a successful first episode, Hoagie tries to keep Greg on track with some important people in the next show's audience. In this episode, Brett and Beaumont talk about: Greg's Wrap Party (0:00) Last Tycoon Email/G1 Climax 31 Update/If You Recall Attempt (5:51) The Greg Goldman Hour – Opening Monologue & WWE Extreme Rules/RAW/NXT (14:14) AEW Dynamite– 9/29/21 (31:31) AEW Rampage– 10/1/21 (84:02) The Greg Goldman Hour – Interview with Micah Pelligrini of Specifically Devoid (100:03) Follow @BrainBusterBoys on Twitter and Instagram Brought to you by Visionaries Global Media

TalkErie.com - The Joel Natalie Show - Erie Pennsylvania Daily Podcast
JES Global Summit Preview: Angela Beaumont & Ben Speggen - Sept. 30, 2021

TalkErie.com - The Joel Natalie Show - Erie Pennsylvania Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 42:40


On the Thursday episode of the Joel Natalie Show, we put a spotlight on the upcoming Jefferson Educational Society's Global Summit XIII, back to in-person this coming November. To lead us through the preview were Director of Operations Angel Beaumont, and Vice President Ben Speggen.

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast
Dr. Mick Perez-Cruet, Neurosurgeon at Michigan Head & Spine Institute and Chief of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery at Beaumont Hospitals

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 16:14


Dr. Mick Perez-Cruet of Michigan Head & Spine Institute joined the podcast to talk about data-driven spine care, minimally invasive techniques and exciting innovations in biologics.

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast
Dr. Mick Perez-Cruet, Neurosurgeon at Michigan Head & Spine Institute and Chief of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery at Beaumont Hospitals

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 30:06


Dr. Mick Perez-Cruet of Michigan Head & Spine Institute joined the podcast to talk about data-driven spine care, minimally invasive techniques and exciting innovations in biologics.

What's Up Broadway?
#8 - You Can Can Can Win 10 TONYS!

What's Up Broadway?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 37:11


Moulin Rouge sweeps the 2020 Tony Awards. Broadway News: In partnership with the YMCA of Greater New York, Thoughts of a Colored Man hosted a Youth and Community event at the Castle Hill YMCA in the Bronx and the North Brooklyn YMCA where there was a Mobile Barbershop ready to treat community members to free haircuts. Community members were also treated to a BBQ food truck, merchandise from the play, and free tickets to see Thoughts of a Colored Man on Broadway. Jeremy O. Harris' Slave Play will return to Broadway, beginning preview performances at the August Wilson Theatre on November 23. The return engagement will officially open on December 2 and performances are currently scheduled through January 23, 2022. It originally played Broadway's John Golden Theatre in the 2019–2020 season, closing two months before the COVID-19 shutdown. The August Wilson is currently home to Pass Over, making Slave Play the second play written by a Black playwright to be produced there. Due to a back injury sustained by Ruben Santiago Hudson, performances of his solo show Lackawanna Blues pushed back opening night to October 7th. The Charles Fuller Pulitzer Prize-winning play A Soldier's Play is being adapted into a limited TV series. TONY Award winner David Alan Grier will star in and executive produce the project, which is currently titled A Soldier's Story, which was the title of the 1984 film adaptation.  Lincoln Center Theater (under the direction of André Bishop) has announced that it will produce Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH  this spring at the Vivian Beaumont Theater (150 West 65 Street). The production, which will coincide with the 125th anniversary of Mr. Wilder's birth, and which will mark the Beaumont and Broadway debuts of LCT Resident Director Lileana Blain-Cruz, will begin previews Thursday, March 31 and open on Monday, April 25. Casting News: Casting is set for the return of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway. James Synder will continue playing Harry Potter alongside Diane Davis as Ginny Potter, Jenny Jules as Hermione Granger, and Nadia Brown as Rose Granger-Weasley. Joining them are David Aba-liss as Ron Weasley, James Romney as Albus Potter, Aaron Bartz as Draco Malfoy, and Brady Dalton Richards as Scorpius Malfoy. As previously announced the play has been condensed into one part. Jennifer Nettles will return to Broadway in the return engagement of Waitress. The Grammy winner will take on the role of Jenna, succeeding Sara Bareilles beginning October 19 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. As previously announced, fellow Grammy winner who also composed the musical, will take her final bow October 17. The Broadway revival of Caroline, or Change has confirmed the remainder of its cast, including Caissie Levy as Rose Stopnick Gellman, John Carini as Stuart Gellman, and Samantha Williams as Emmie Thibodeaux, who were all originally announced as a part of the production. The musical, starring Olivier winner Sharon D. Clarke, begins previews October 8 at Studio 54 ahead of an October 27 opening night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Visionaries Global Media
Brain Buster Boys #37: The Greg Goldman Hour

Visionaries Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 94:44


The BBBs recap an awesome week for AEW in Queens and get some bad news about last week's interruption. Greg Goldman comes across some good luck on the debut of his new show…until he learns who his first guest is. In this episode, Brett and Beaumont talk about: Previously On (0:00) Last Week's Interruption/AEW New York City Tour Guide (2:51) The Greg Goldman Hour – Opening Monologue (13:49) AEW Dynamite Grand Slam – 9/22/21 (25:48) AEW Rampage Grand Slam – 9/24/21 (53:26) The Greg Goldman Hour – Interview with Jim Cornette (89:03) Follow @BrainBusterBoys on Twitter and Instagram Brought to you by Visionaries Global Media

Redeemer Lubbock - Sermons
Engaging Doubt and Deconstruction Conference: Hunter Beaumont Final Session

Redeemer Lubbock - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 19:36


Redeemer Lubbock - Sermons
Engaging Doubt and Deconstruction Conference: Hunter Beaumont Saturday

Redeemer Lubbock - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 48:46


On September 17-18, Redeemer Church hosted a conference about Engaging Doubt and Deconstruction. This session was presented by Hunter Beaumont on Saturday morning.

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast
Episode 4: Garage Brewing

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 93:34


**Always dedicated to Joshua Kunkle**The BeerDad and Brando are still on the road.... We miss you Jimmy! This episode the fellas stop in Garage Brewing Co to sample some amazing frosty cold beverages from Hefe's to Barrel Aged Surprises. Justin and Brandan are joined by General Manager Chris Balfour and Brewer Zeth Devore. Download now to hear when Garage got started and what their first beer was. Also hear about Garage's new Restaurant menu which is absolutely BOMB.COMThe Craft Lounge Taproom and Bottleshop Located in Beaumont, CA The Craft Lounge is your spot to grab some of the finest craft beers!!Support the show (http://www.paypal.me/BeerDadandBrewed)

The Twilight Zone Podcast
Passage on the Lady Anne

The Twilight Zone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 78:23


Tonight Tom Elliot broadcasts from across the dimensions on parallel cruises, both of which are captained by Charles Beaumont. Join Tom as he examines Beaumont's short story Song For a Lady to see how it compares to Beaumont's final season four episode, Passage on the Lady Anne. The post Passage on the Lady Anne appeared first on The Twilight Zone Podcast.

Fresh Hell Podcast
Episode 126: Murder – Mary Catherine Edwards

Fresh Hell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 38:52


Mary Catherine Edwards was a beautiful, beloved second grade teacher. Her brutal murder in 1995 was devastating for her friends and family, and shocked her hometown Beaumont, Texas. The case was cold for 26 years until just recently, when a DNA match through an ancestry site gave detectives their first lead.  This episode is sponsored...... Continue Reading →