Y'all wanna know how to survive apocalypses and renowned doomsday prep lecturer Lester Pipps wants to tell you how to survive apocalypses with help from the guests he got off his email mailing list! In this episode, Lester is joined by: Actress Steph Martinez! (Bothered, @StephMartinezOfficial) Concerned Citizen Jeff! (London Smith -@jockdocpodcast, @drLondonSmith) and Hackleton! (Cameron Clark -@jockdocpodcast, @camalex) Live shows are Thursdays at 9 pm Pacific on www.twitch.tv/packtheater -- come participate in the comments! Send any questions for Lester to @ezrapartier or @lesterpipps on instagram and follow them both for show updates! Check out the archives on this channel or at www.ezraparter.com/lesterpipps
Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for –Monday August 16 2021— —Here are 3 big things you need to know— Three— A six-year-old girl in Chicago is fighting to survive a shooting that killed her seven-year-old sister. They were both hit in the chest while in the backseat of a parked car. Police think they got caught in the crossfire and are offering a two thousand dollar reward. Two— The average gas price in Michigan to start the week is three-dollars-25-cents a gallon. Triple-A Michigan says that's down a nickel from last week but still a dollar-ten higher than last year. Metro Detroit continues to have the most expensive gas at three-dollars-35-cents a gallon. And number one— President Biden is planning to give an update on Afghanistan in a few days. He's on vacation and can't be bothered to comment any sooner, apparently. The President approved more troops sent to the country to help with evacuation flights of Americans and others and try to keep the peace at the Kabul airport.
While Todd vacations, Paul invites Nate (Cycle Report) to discuss Toyota's product reveal, and offer debate suggestions! Aaron S. asks for cars that make him hot and bothered, and Keenan & Megan are looking for a fun, quirky, and obscure weekend car. Social media questions ask what makes for a good road trip vehicle, what electric bikes are worth investigating, and if you go on the Pilgrimage trip and get a speeding ticket, should you pay it? Seasons 1-8 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide, and Season 9 commences on the Motor Trend cable channel beginning July 3, 2021! Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at firstname.lastname@example.org or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!
It has been quite a strenuous journey, but we **somehow** made it to the end and decided on our ultimate babe. Catch us once more swearing, steaming, and high-pitch squealing in this second installment of Hot and Bothered to find out just who that babe is. WARNING: (________) is really hot.
There's trouble in paradise, and tourists are to blame. Sources: https://twitter.com/ABC/status/141260... https://twitter.com/KanielaIng/status... https://twitter.com/lovexkahea/status... https://twitter.com/kananibabe/status...
Read along to practice your English and to learn the English phrases I CAN'T BE BOTHERED and IT'S NOT A BOTHERIn this English lesson I wanted to help you learn the English phrase I can't be bothered. This is a phrase that we use when we don't feel like doing something, we don't want to do something, or we don't think something is important. Here are a couple of examples. I exercise because I think it's important. If I didn't, I might say, you know what? I can't be bothered. I can't be bothered to exercise. It just seems like a waste of time to me. Another good example applies to me right now. I don't wash my car. I don't wash my van right now. I can't be bothered because it rains every day so there's no reason to do it. So in English, when you can't be bothered to do something, it means you don't feel like doing something or you don't see why it would be important to do that.WANT FREE ENGLISH LESSONS? GO TO YOUTUBE AND SEARCH, "BOB THE CANADIAN"If you enjoy these lessons please consider supporting me by joining the channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmW5tmKIBrryNf5n-_A6Fmw/joinIf you enjoy these lessons please consider supporting me at: http://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadianThe second phrase I wanted to teach you today is it's not a bother. We use this phrase the same way we use the phrase it's not a problem. So if someone said to me, Bob, thank you so much for making these videos. I can say, ah, hey, it's not a bother at all. It's not a problem at all, I have lots of time to do this kind of stuff. It's not a bother. So in English, when you reply to someone by saying it's not a bother, it can sometimes be after they thank you for doing something. Like if someone said, hey, thanks for making that beautiful meal for us the other night. You can say, oh, it was no bother. Or it's not a bother, I had lots of time and I like cooking for people.So to review, when you say I can't be bothered, it simply means you don't feel like doing something or you don't want to do something because you don't think it's important. And when you say it's not a bother, it's very similar to saying, ah, it was no problem or it's no problem. But hey, let's look at a comment from a previous video. This comment is from Michael. And Michael says, "Bob's pronunciation is very nice. Can anyone tell me if he has a Canadian accent or an American accent?" And I thought I'll answer this one. And my response was I have a Canadian accent. It is very similar to an American accent. Well, at least it sounds a lot more American than British or Australian English.So yes, I very much have a Canadian accent. As I've mentioned before, Canadian accents are very similar to American accents. I do say words like sorry and about a little differently than my American cousins, but certainly my accent is a lot more American than British. It definitely sounds a lot more American. I think it's because we live so close to the United States and I think I watch a lot of American television, as most Canadians do, so our accents are very similar.Hey, I wanted to talk a little bit today about going back to school. It's crazy, by the way, if you are going to watch my live stream on my other channel later, or if you're gonna watch it later today, it's about school. It's the middle of summer, but something funny happens to me in the middle of the summer. When the month of June ends, I start to think about school. When the month of June ends, I know I still have another whole month of summer vacation, but I start to think about school. I start to check my school email a little bit more, I start to think about the classes that I'm going to be teaching.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadian)
Let's just get right to the point–this episode is about hot stuff. More specifically? Hot fictional characters that we discuss in the most ridiculous ways. We bracket the shit out of these hottie-patottie-tamales march madness style, and we've just got SO much to say about it that we broke it into two parts. Part one encompasses our first four pairings and the arguments for/against the HoTTeST of the two. For part two, you will just have to wait until next week!
Imagine a reverse situation and tell me a Native person wouldn't be charged. Sources: https://globalnews.ca/news/8060746/br... https://calgaryherald.com/news/crime/... https://twitter.com/weirdoveganimal/s...
Todd Starnes and his special guest lineup tackle the latest controversies and breaking news from the Tokyo Olympics to New York City and everything in between! Today's guests: Newmax host Emerald Robinson, New York Congressional Candidate Liz Joy, and Rep. Ted Budd! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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BITCOIN: 39RcYsrHy7JrRju2tjkECmCxasfGv3L5bCETHEREUM: 0x9fba2c0162bd0f1580f37bc0cada97a012cfdc25Tucker Carlson was harassed by a leftist while shopping in a fly fishing store with his daughter.#tuckercarlson https://thehill.com/homenews/media/564843-fox-news-blasts-ambush-of-carlson-at-montana-fly-fishing-store?rl=1Website : www.radiobaloney.com Youtube : https://youtube.com/c/RADIOBALONEYBitchute : https://www.bitchute.com/channel/radio_baloney/Odysee :https://odysee.com/@RADIO_BALONEYRumble. :https://rumble.com/register/Radio_Baloney/Minds. : https://www.minds.com/radio_baloney/?referrer=radio_baloney?referrer=radio_baloneySpreaker podcast : https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-richie-baloney-show
We have 10 years to fight climate change and capitalism. Can we do it? All music used in the video is by Prod. Riddiman. Go subscribe to their channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdSu... Song order: - Impermanence - Hopes Sources: https://www.vice.com/en/article/z3xw3x/new-research-vindicates-1972-mit-prediction-that-society-will-collapse-soon https://www.theguardian.com/environment/earth-insight/2014/jun/04/scientists-limits-to-growth-vindicated-investment-transition-circular-economy https://advisory.kpmg.us/articles/2021/limits-to-growth.html https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/oct/08/global-warming-must-not-exceed-15c-warns-landmark-un-report https://twitter.com/meaganmday/status/1417197901483167748 https://twitter.com/euromove/status/1419223602424172544 https://qz.com/1127371/brexit-immigration-changes-have-uk-farmers-upset-over-rotting-agriculture-crops/ https://bylinetimes.com/2021/07/22/a-convenient-scapegoat-empty-shelves-are-due-to-brexit-not-the-pingdemic-heres-the-evidence/ https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/were-fire-says-welsh-haulier-21121314 https://twitter.com/IsabellaBardoel/status/1414786565809844225 https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/mental-health-supports-brought-in-for-soldiers-at-long-term-care-homes-commission-hears-1.5186494 https://twitter.com/McAllister_Mark/status/1417899366925414404 https://twitter.com/blmcanada_/status/1417991356895535104
Disclaimer: Please note no copyright infringement is intended, and I do not own or claim to own any of the original Yung Bae music used in this video, or any of the music of the contributing artists. All songs used are property of the artists. Please go and support them. Yung Bae's website: https://yungbae.com/ Songs used: Yung Bae & Flamingosis - All Nighter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGFY6... Yung Bae - Must Be Love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdPol... Yung Bae - Up All Night feat. Paper Idol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHISu... Yung Bae, bbno$ & Billy Marchiafava - Bad Boy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWaAu... Yung Bae feat. Marc E. Bassy - Revolving https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6fmu... Yung Bae - Woman on the Moon (feat. UPSAHL) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RE0X...
It's a non-story and EVERYONE just let the Liberals get away with it. Sources: https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/high... https://corpo.viarail.ca/index.php/en... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngKBa...
The Rev. Brad Sullivan Emmanuel Episcopal Church July 18, 2021 Proper 11, B Mark 6:30-34, 53-56 “Rest, and Let Me Take Care of This for a While” Is anyone else tired? One thing people have been finding coming out of the pandemic is that they are exhausted. Part of this is that people are tired from the pandemic itself and all of the stress and extra work that has meant for so many. Another piece of this exhaustion, however, is that many folks have found that the time they spend in in rest and time they spend with family and friends is far too precious to be squandered by the endless demands of our jobs. Folks are realizing that their exhaustion has been there since before the pandemic. Some folks are finding jobs better suited to them, jobs which are more fulfilling. Some are quitting their jobs without yet having another because they are tired of doing the work that used to be done by three people without getting a corresponding raise in pay. Some jobs just aren’t being filled because at the wages being offered, the jobs aren’t worth people’s time to do. I had an uncle-ish type guy, not family, but close friend, who was arguing that minimum wage shouldn’t go up. He said he’d hired people who weren’t worth minimum wage. What I didn’t say at the time was, “That may be true, but those same people might be worth three times minimum wage,” because minimum wage isn’t worth many people’s time. People working tirelessly, still struggling to make ends meet. People working tirelessly with more than enough for ends to meet, but with little or no time for the people and things that matter in life. There is so much going on, and there is always more coming. That is the situation in which Jesus and the apostles found themselves in our Gospel story today. Jesus had been working tirelessly, and then he appointed the twelve disciples to be apostles. He sent them out to do the teaching and healing work he had been doing. I like to think Jesus took a break during that time. Then, they came back to tell Jesus about all that had done and taught, and there was so much still to do, so many people still hungry for their teaching and healing, that the couldn’t even eat, much less spend some time together resting and enjoying each other’s company. So, going away on a little vacation, they had some time off on their little boat ride, car trip, airplane flight journey, and once they landed, they found work had followed them there. Zoom calls, cell phones, meetings with leaders, questions from the team back home, fires to put out, the boss calling to say, “I need you to come back in.” The only real time off they had was the boat ride, and the people were all there waiting for more teaching and healing. One thing I noticed, however, is that once they arrived, the apostles weren’t recorded as having done much of anything at all. In the portion of the story that was cut out of our reading today, Jesus was teaching the crowds, and later, the apostles realized the huge crowd of people was hungry, and they told Jesus they didn’t have much food. Then Jesus turned their meager fare into a lot of food for over 5000 people. The apostles kinda got to sit back while Jesus did all the work. Then they went on another boat ride, a nice little nighttime pleasure cruise, and Jesus walked across the water to them. When they arrived on shore again, there were even more people coming for teaching and healing. At this point, with all of this new additional work to be done, we heard about Jesus doing a lot of healing, with the apostles doing…we don’t know what. Something? Anything? Nothing? Whatever the case for the apostles, the people just kept on coming. The needs were far too great. There was no end to the work to be done, and amidst this endless amount of work, we saw that Jesus had taken a break before our story started, asking his apostles to go and do the work he had been doing. Then, when they returned, he had his apostles take a break, one which seems to have continued even as the huge crowd was all around them. “Rest, and let me take care of this for a while,” Jesus said. Nowadays, whether people are working for a wage that isn’t really worth their time, working for a darn good salary but doing the work of three people for the salary of one, or working for a job that isn’t terrible but is relentless and rather soul crushing, many people can’t quit their jobs. Many can’t take time off, and most certainly can’t say, “I’m gonna take a couple weeks off or even a couple days off, but don’t worry, boss, Jesus’ll take care of this for a while.” Even so, we see in our story today Jesus teaching us to rest. We hear Jesus say to us, “Rest, and let me take care of this for a while.” How are we to do that in our present situation of endless work, endless need? How are we to rest and let Jesus take care of this for a while when even taking time off a job may put at risk that mighty powerful need we have to eat? Well, first off, something that won’t be particularly helpful, and that is resenting those with immeasurably more than they need. I’ve seen and heard a good amount of uproar over the head of Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson, taking a flight into space in his new low orbit space plane, when, as people have been saying, he has the money to end poverty. It is true that he and many others have immeasurably more than they need. It is true that with his and their wealth, they could probably be doing more than they are doing to alleviate need in the world. It is also true, however, that they are employing folks, creating jobs, and it is true that focusing on those others and shaming people with wealth and resenting those who have far more than they need isn’t going to bring about the rest that people need. How often have any of us resented someone who has more wealth or more time for rest and then felt more rested afterwards? I’m guessing never. There are societal changes that would be helpful, and striving for those is a good thing. Resenting those who can rest, however, is not going to give rest to anyone. Jesus didn’t resent the crowds who followed them. Rather, he had compassion on them, for they were like sheep without a shepherd. So, rather than resentment and focusing on what others have or what anyone doesn’t have, Jesus shows us to take time to rest in ways that really give rest. He shared the load with others. He let his apostles work while he rested, and he let them rest while he worked. Are we connected enough with our friends and neighbors to let them share our loads and for us to share their loads as well? Jesus took time for quiet and prayer. He spent time outside, enjoying creation. Do we seek and keep practices of quiet, prayer, and time outside to give rest to our minds, our souls, and our bodies? For many of us, these times of rest will have to be short and often, and for those of us in Houston during the summer, times outside need to be particularly short, and these are still times we can take. Especially if we can let go of resentments, we can rest more fully even in the short times we have and let Jesus say, “Rest, and let me take care of this for a while.” Bothered and harassed by so many worries about problems throughout the world, we can let go of those worries and let Jesus say, “Rest, and let me take care of this for a while.” Seeking and keeping practices of quiet, prayer, and even time outside, we can give rest to our minds, our souls, and our bodies while Jesus says, “Rest, and let me take care of this for a while.”
It's out in the open and no superhero is gonna save us. We have work to do. Referenced videos: "I'm bothered by the Yorkdale Mall and Premier Ford's laughable lockdown..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgAz8... "I'm bothered by a COVID-19 outbreak at an Amazon facility in Brampton..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMPmH... "I'm bothered by LTC homes ravaged by COVID-19 giving bonuses to execs..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGyPi... Sources: https://twitter.com/NutellaFanatik/status/1415770203774926859 https://www.thestar.com/business/2021/07/15/several-of-doug-fords-key-pandemic-decisions-were-swayed-by-business-interests-star-analysis-suggests.html https://www.thestar.com/business/2021/07/15/did-lobbyists-influence-doug-fords-covid-19-decisions-read-the-exclusive-star-series.html https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/covid-19-ontario-december-21-lockdown-orders-1.5849760 http://www.infogo.gov.on.ca/infogo/home.html#orgProfile/910/en https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nursing-homes-covid-19-death-rates-ontario-1.5846080 https://www.ontariohealthcoalition.ca/index.php/former-ontario-premier-mike-harris-is-raking-in-profits-from-the-long-term-care-system-he-helped-create/ https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/mental-health-supports-brought-in-for-soldiers-at-long-term-care-homes-commission-hears-1.5186494
Maybe we should, like, do something about this issue... Referenced videos: "I'm bothered by the ocean on fire in the Gulf of Mexico..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTzXN... "I'm bothered by more than 34 countries continuing oil and gas exploration..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLyJG... Sources: https://twitter.com/AnaCabrera/status... https://twitter.com/Public_Citizen/st... https://twitter.com/vincent313/status... https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/7... https://twitter.com/TouringNews1/stat... https://news.yahoo.com/unprepared-ext... https://twitter.com/i/events/14161396...
Not off to a great start, are we? Sources: https://twitter.com/elishadacey/statu... http://www.pictongazette.ca/2020/07/3... https://foundations.ed.brocku.ca/week... https://activehistory.ca/2017/06/lang...
I'm sure the free speech crowd will leap to her defense, right? Right?! Sources: https://www.sltrib.com/news/2021/07/0... https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2021...
Big news, for those who haven't heard! Over on Hot and Bothered, we've launching a new series where we're reading through Jane Eyre! Each week, Vanessa and Lauren Sandler will deep dive into a chapter (or two or three) of Jane Eyre through the themes of power and desire. As we work through the book, we'll be asking ourselves whether Jane Eyre should stay in the canon of books passed down to the next generations of girls who love to read. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Created and produced by Imaginary Comma. Find Hot and Bothered on Apple Podcasts and Spotify This month's episode is a double feature with stories from two amazing authors The Latching, written by Mattea Heller Narrated by Brooke Jennett Dan was played by Ian Epperson It's Your Turn to Wear the Mask, written by Mason Morgan Narrated by Brooke Jennett Editing and Sound Design for both stories by Lizz Walker Music for both stories by Caleb Ritchie Assistance from Bridgett Howard and Ian Epperson You can support the show and get benefits for doing so at Patreon Find Mattea Heller at her website Find Mason Morgan on Twitter and Instagram Find Thirteen on social media at: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Find Merch for Thirteen and other Imaginary Comma shows here Email us with any questions, comments or story submissions at email@example.com
In the latest episode of Marveling at the Movies, the crew once again cascades back and forth between Matt declaring everything to be dumb and horrible, but then also turning it into a discussion as to the nature of storytelling and giving purpose to moments in storytelling. It's either a really interesting discussion on the traps of sci-fi discussion, or it's a really aggravating rant of fanboyism. You decide! Also, Matthew breaks down and tells Matt a bit of his theory about the show to get him to shut up (it doesn't work) and Alexis closes the show out with the weirdest derail we've ever had.
Cuba is suffering, but the propaganda is distracting from the true cause. Source: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/7... Relevant: A video about Cuba and the pandemic by Bad Empanada https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6F6a...
A lot of people want to be needed others and help loved ones. That can go for when dealing with family, friends, or colleagues. But a lot of those same people also catch themselves not always wanting to be bothered. Life a lot of times can be tricky like this. Rich thinks people need to just take an honest approach and be honest when it comes to helping others and also what they really want to do with their time.
If you feel like you can't be bothered, I've got something that might help! (And remember, you are certainly not alone!) **Sign up for my weekly Letters of Rebellion here!** They're free, they come straight to your inbox every Sunday and they're full of the bits I don't share anywhere else! About Meg & The Daily Pep! The Daily Pep! is the short, snappy and sassy podcast for creative + multi-passionate women, designed to start your day off with a compassionate bang! I'm Meg and I'm the host of The Daily Pep! and The Couragemakers Podcast and founder of The Rebel Rousers. I'm a coach, writer and all-round rebel-rouser for creative and multi-passionate women to do the things only they can do and build a wholehearted life. When I'm not recording episodes, writing bullshit-free Sunday Pep Talks to my wonderful Couragemakers community or working 1:1 with coaching clients, I'm usually covered in paint or walking my wonderfully weird cockapoo Merlin.
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The Catholic Church sold nearly $25M in real estate while continuing to refuse to pay the ordered $25M to indigenous survivors of residential schools. It's practically a sign from God. Sources: https://ca.news.yahoo.com/catholic-ch... https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/... https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskat... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHZCI...
This week on Fresh Hop Cinema; Beer 1: "Blue Verbena" from Cascade Brewing (Portland, OR). Style: Sour Golden Ale ABV: 6.2% Ratings: Jonny - 7.2, Max - 6. Film: "Luca" directed by Enrico Casarosa. Ratings: Jonny- 8.7, Max - 5. Beer 2: "Overcoming" from Company Values (Palmetto, FL). Style: Imperial Stout ABV: 6.2% Ratings: Jonny - 6.2 Max: 3 Inside Hot & Bothered: - Max - Thanks to Sophie & Ray! - Jonny - Topo Chico Seltzer, Enegren Beers ------ Episode Timeline: 0:00 - Intro , Ads, & Shoutouts 3:00 - Blue Verbena 15:30 - “Luca” (No Spoilers) 31:46 - “Luca” (DANGER ZONE) 39:03 - Overcoming 51:28 - Hot & Bothered
This is the Miami Dolphins season preview podcast and we start off talking about one of the emerging teams in the AFC. The consensus of this show is that this team is pretty well built and everything is going to ride on the left arm of Tua Tagovailoa. Then we hand out our offseason grades and Mike and Cole get into a very heated debate about Miami's young quarterback (16:30), spotlight some players we're excited about or looking for more from this season (27:55) and finally give our record predictions (40:30). We end this episode by bringing back Michael Duane's Obscure Player of the Week segment (47:45). Thank you for listening!If you like the show please rate us, subscribe and share with your friends. Follow the show @4thand32podcast on Instagram and Twitter! More to come.
Hello Spooky Babes and Babettes! Are you ready to get super grossed out? Shawna just might make you puke on this weeks episode of Carl Grobmann. A butcher by day AND night.. If you catch my drift!! It's about to get disgusting over here!!
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We're between seasons of Hot and Bothered, but that doesn't mean we've stopped reading Romance novels. On the contrary, recently Vanessa has been binge reading The Pennyroyal Green Series by Julie Anne Long. And because Romance novelist are the nicest kind of people, we were lucky enough to get Julie on the phone. We asked her all of our questions about her books, how she got started writing, and regency romance. Enjoy this mini-episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.