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83 Weeks with Eric Bischoff
Episode 247: Larry Zbyszko

83 Weeks with Eric Bischoff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 141:02


In this edition of 83 Weeks. Eric & Conrad talk all about "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko. More specifically: Larry working with Bruno Sammartino, Eric's time in the AWA, Zbyszko vs Hall, Zbyszko vs Bischoff, and Zbyszko vs nWo. MANCAPED-Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code 83WEEKS at WWW.Manscaped.com. Manscaped, for a perfect gift that will be the holiday's biggest hit. EMBARK-Right now, Embark has a limited-time offer on their Breed and Health Kit and Purebred Kit for 83 Weeks' listeners! Go to www.Embarkvet.com to get free shipping and save $65 with promo code 83WEEKS. Visit Embarkvet.com and use promo code 83WEEKS to save $65 today. ROCKET MONEY-Get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to WWW.ROCKETMONEY.COM/83WEEKS. Seriously, it could save you HUNDREDS per year. Cancel your unnecessary subscriptions right now at WWW.ROCKETMONEY.COM/83WEEKS. ATHLETIC GREENS-Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1x year supply of immune-support Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit www.athleticgreens.com/83WEEKS. Again, that is www.athleticgreens.com/83WEEKS to take ownership over your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance! NUTRAFOL- You can grow thicker, healthier hair AND support our show by going to www.Nutrafol.com/men and entering the promo code 83WEEKS to save $15 off your first month's subscription – this is their best offer anywhere and it's only available to US customers for a limited time. Plus FREE shipping on EVERY order. Get $15 OFF at www.Nutrafol.com/men KEEPS-If you're ready to take action and prevent hair loss, go to WWW.KEEPS.COM/83WEEKS to receive your first month of treatment for free. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Restaurants Reinvented
Mastering the Digital Dance - Michael Chachula, CIO of Fat Brands

Restaurants Reinvented

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 51:25 Transcription Available


The CIO of FAT Brands, Michael Chachula, brings the heat to our CTO Trailblazer series talking about all things technology, customer experience, marketing hacks, and how the restaurant world evolved from a show to a dance post pandemic. Are you dancing with your customers? Or still operating a static show? Hot Takes: Training your guests on effectively using all the available order channels is critical to improving order accuracy and avoiding defection. 5 Components of FAT Brands tech organization - Technology, Data, Security, Digital, and Tech Ops. Best of Breed, Distilled. (hint: it's a mutt). Best of Breed is what's best for you.Biggest barriers facing CIO/CTOs - security, talent pool, supply chainHottest trends - metaverse, bitcoinHow FAT is building a technology toolbox that's flexible,  future-proof and built on a solid foundation. Bolt-on is now glue-on. It's a living organism. The Vision (4 things) - Solid Foundation, Flexible Stack, Control of Data, Personalized Experiences.Don't give up your soul to pursue your dreams. Build a deep, rich network personally and professionally. Keep your people close, have fun at work, and include loved ones in your work travel!Michael's Advice - Listen and Love

Lad Mig Smage
40. Fawning Obscurity - Odd Breed Wild Ales

Lad Mig Smage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 15:29


Tadadada… 40 afsnit, hvabehar!!! Når man fejre afsnit nummer 40 skal det fejres med med et festfyrværkeri!Det amerikanske bryggeri Odd Breed Wild Ales står bag vores fejringen med deres wild ale Fawning Obscurity… og det går ikke stille for sig!! Forestil dig at tage den velkendte gule citronflaske og så tage et sip af den! Sæt dig dernæst ned foran tv'et og overvær et tysk schlager-show hvor Jim Lyngvild er gæstevært..! Hvis dette billede står klar for dig, så har du en nogenlunde ide om hvor vi befinder os når vi endnu engang i kor råber: “Lad mig smage”!!Spørgsmålet er så om det er godt eller skidt?!Afsnittet er lavet i samarbejde med www.ølkassen.dkSKÅL!!

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess
479: CHATTY BROS: The Finale

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 95:37


It is The Bros final episode together - and in classic Bros fashion it is filled with tangents and laughs as they answer parting questions from the #broadsquad - we wouldn't have it any other way

Valentine's Battle Of The Sexes
In The 'Air Bud' Movies, What Breed Of Dog Is 'Buddy'?

Valentine's Battle Of The Sexes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 7:34


Listen to Valentine in The Morning every weekday from 5a-10a on 104.3MYfm in Los Angeles.

Duke Loves Rasslin
Dangerous Breed Teddy Hart EP 1 Review: Duke Loves Rasslin Week 361

Duke Loves Rasslin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 40:18


Dangerous Breed is the new #Peacock channel Docuseries about pro wrestler Teddy Hart. Listen as #TheDuke gives a review of Episode 1 and goes all the way IN on "The Brotherhood" of Pro Wrestling allowing people like Teddy to even continue to exist in #ProWrestling! Lindsay even shouts out some of her favorite restaurants including #TrapHouseChicken down in Jacksonville Florida!*All views expressed on #DukeLovesRasslin are that of those expressing it. If you love it too bad. If you hate it too bad. #PullUpYourSkinnyJeans *Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/dukelovesrasslin. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Agriculture Today
1322 — New Area of Research: Nanotechnology in Entomology…Missing Opportunities to Breed Dairy Cows on Time

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 28:03


Using Nanotechnology to Mitigate Agricultural Pests Milk Lines   00:01:13— Using Nanotechnology to Mitigate Agricultural Pests, Part One:  A new area of research is just getting started here at K-State. Nanotechnology is now being explored in entomology as a way to mitigate agricultural pests. K-State field crop entomologist, Jeff Whitworth, received a grant from the USDA to begin this work, as well as a new leading nanotechnology scientist to join his lab, Amie Norton. In part one of this interview we learn how this research made its way to K-State's campus and more about Dr. Norton's background.   00:12:21 — Using Nanotechnology to Mitigate Agricultural Pests, Part Two: The conversation does not end there, however, and part two of this interview delves into what Jeff and Amie hope to find in new graduate students to help with this one of a kind area of research.   00:23:08 — Milk Lines: We end with this week's Milk Lines, where K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk encourages producers to examine their current reproduction program and eliminate any missed opportunities for getting animals bred on time.   Send comments, questions, or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.   K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

The Imperfects
Ryan Shelton - To Breed, or Not to Breed

The Imperfects

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 47:55


Teeeeechnically the season is over… but who cares about rules when you've got three hosts who eat rules for breakfast! Hugh, Ryan and Josh have decided to add three B-B-B-BONUS Vulnerabilitea House episodes to the end of the season! To kick things off, Ryan answers the question: What parts of ageing scare you most? Ryan goes on to share something big that's been on his mind recently - whether or not he should have children - and his fear around making a decision that he may regret later in life. Next time it's Josh's turn, as he picks a card for another special Vulnerabilitea House. For book recommendation, Embracing Uncertainty, by Susan Jeffers, follow this link: https://bit.ly/3AOkSCN

Pop Culture Leftovers
Episode 446: The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, Strange World, Devotion, Indy 5 De-Aging, Dwayne Johnson Talks Superman, Shaq, Dangerous Breed, Good Night Oppy, The Swimmers, Welcome to Chippendales, Say Hey, Willie Mays!

Pop Culture Leftovers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 231:37


Welcome to Episode 446! We are talking with Paul Hart from Apple to Oranges on this one! For Good Pop Bad Pop in MOVIES we discuss STRANGE WORLD and DEVOTION both out now in theaters. Paul gives his reaction and rating to GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY. We watched a documentary about baseball legend Willie Mays on HBO Max SAY HEY, WILLIE MAYS! as well as another documentary about the Mars exploration rovers Spirit and Opportunity, GOOD NIGHT OPPY. And THE SWIMMERS dropped on Netflix about two Syrian sisters flee their war-torn home in Damascus, swim for hours in choppy Mediterranean seas to reach Greece as asylum seekers before going on to compete at the Rio Olympic Games. In TV we discuss THE GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY HOLIDAY SPECIAL directed by James Gunn. There's a new docuseries dropping each week about the career of Shaquille O'Neil called SHAQ. Peacock released a wild true crime drama series DANGEROUS BREED: CRIME. CONS. CATS. about wrestler Teddy Hart. And Kumail Nanjiani leads a new Hulu true-crime miniseries that focuses on Somen “Steve” Banerjee, the Indian immigrant and founder of the Chippendales male revue who became consumed by his own quest for power and fame in WELCOME TO CHIPPENDALES. In news we discuss AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER needing to hit $2 billion to make a profit. And INDIANA JONES 5 will feature some de-aging tech for a younger version of Indiana Jones. In Marvel News we've got some more Chris Hemsworth quotes about the future of THOR. And we talk some Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Namor news. And in DC it looks like Ben Affleck might be too busy to return to Batman and the Rock talks about the struggle of getting Henry Cavill back as Superman. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
The history of power breed dogs in South Africa

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 12:27


Lester Kiewit speaks to Prof Sandra Swart of the University of Stellenbosch about the history of how power breeds of dogs such as the American Pitbull has become so favoured among some homeowners in South Africa. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Into The Necrosphere
#157 - The Tao of Norwegian Black Metal + the past and future of NOCTURNAL BREED with Svartalv Halvorsen aka S.A. Destroyer

Into The Necrosphere

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 207:11


This week I'm joined by the legendary Svartalv Halvorsen, aka S.A. Destroyer of Nocturnal Breed for the longest and most in-depth conversation I have ever recorded for Into The Necrosphere. We discuss Svartalv's formative years, playing in bands like Gehenna and Satyricon, his memories of growing up in the Norwegian Black Metal scene and his thoughts on the genre's evolution. He also gives an update on his current musical endeavors, including the low-down on the next Nocturnal Breed record.▶️SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST https://youtube.com/c/IntoTheNecrosphere ▶️INTO THE NECROSPHERE MERCH:https://into-the-necrosphere.creator-spring.com ▶️LISTEN ON:Amazon Musichttps://amzn.to/3epNJ4K Spotifyhttps://spoti.fi/3iKqbIP Apple Podcastshttps://apple.co/38wDYhi ▶️SUPPORT THE BANDS FEATURED ON THIS PODCAST:Nocturnal Breedhttps://www.facebook.com/Thrashiac777NocturnalBreed Ekromhttps://ekrom.bandcamp.com/ ▶️SOCIAL MEDIAFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/intothenecrosphere Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/intothenecrosphere Twitterhttps://twitter.com/inecrosphere #nocturnalbreed #blackmetal #deathmetal #intothenecrosphere #metalpodcast

Enrichment for the Real World
#29 - Breed Typical Enrichment

Enrichment for the Real World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 30:52 Transcription Available


Last week we heard from Dr. Jessica Hekman, a veterinary researcher and one of the topics we discussed was how breed impacts behavior. This week we're going to dive further into breed-typical enrichment and talk about implementation with the animals in your life.In this implementation episode, Emily and Allie talk about:The nuances surrounding breed-typical enrichmentSeeing with your eyes, not your ideasHow to determine when a behavior is maladaptiveYou can find the full show notes here.

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 92, Part 4: You Are “Unfit” To Breed. Listen To The Words Of The Progressive Era Eugenicists And Technocrats, And You WIll Understand What The Elites Think About You.

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 33:46


In Episode 92 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin explains his continued research into the history of eugenics coming out of the Progressive Era. Eugenics, like Technocracy, relies on the death of individualism as it is also a system of total control. Dustin explains that you can clearly see that the eugenics of yesterday is the transhumanism of today. Donate to Dustin to help him continue to bring you this level of daily content and keep food on his family's table: https://donorbox.org/dustingoldshow Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of ”The Dustin Gold Standard,” “The Thomas Paine Podcast,” and access to a Facebook-like website and mobile application where you can network and share intelligence with a group of like-minded folks (Join the Hotwire for Mike's highest level of intelligence): Paine.TV/gold Looking to register your vehicle, but your state is like mine and works hard to stop you from registering an older vehicle? Looking to save money on vehicle property taxes? Don't feel like dealing with the DMV? Contact my friends at DirtLegal where I registered my vehicle: https://www.dirtlegal.com?aff=35  Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 92, Part 3: You Are “Unfit” To Breed. Listen To The Words Of The Progressive Era Eugenicists And Technocrats, And You WIll Understand What The Elites Think About You.

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 31:39


In Episode 92 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin explains his continued research into the history of eugenics coming out of the Progressive Era. Eugenics, like Technocracy, relies on the death of individualism as it is also a system of total control. Dustin explains that you can clearly see that the eugenics of yesterday is the transhumanism of today. Donate to Dustin to help him continue to bring you this level of daily content and keep food on his family's table: https://donorbox.org/dustingoldshow Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of ”The Dustin Gold Standard,” “The Thomas Paine Podcast,” and access to a Facebook-like website and mobile application where you can network and share intelligence with a group of like-minded folks (Join the Hotwire for Mike's highest level of intelligence): Paine.TV/gold Looking to register your vehicle, but your state is like mine and works hard to stop you from registering an older vehicle? Looking to save money on vehicle property taxes? Don't feel like dealing with the DMV? Contact my friends at DirtLegal where I registered my vehicle: https://www.dirtlegal.com?aff=35  Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 92, Part 2: You Are “Unfit” To Breed. Listen To The Words Of The Progressive Era Eugenicists And Technocrats, And You WIll Understand What The Elites Think About You.

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 38:39


In Episode 92 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin explains his continued research into the history of eugenics coming out of the Progressive Era. Eugenics, like Technocracy, relies on the death of individualism as it is also a system of total control. Dustin explains that you can clearly see that the eugenics of yesterday is the transhumanism of today. Donate to Dustin to help him continue to bring you this level of daily content and keep food on his family's table: https://donorbox.org/dustingoldshow Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of ”The Dustin Gold Standard,” “The Thomas Paine Podcast,” and access to a Facebook-like website and mobile application where you can network and share intelligence with a group of like-minded folks (Join the Hotwire for Mike's highest level of intelligence): Paine.TV/gold Looking to register your vehicle, but your state is like mine and works hard to stop you from registering an older vehicle? Looking to save money on vehicle property taxes? Don't feel like dealing with the DMV? Contact my friends at DirtLegal where I registered my vehicle: https://www.dirtlegal.com?aff=35  Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 92, Part 1: You Are “Unfit” To Breed. Listen To The Words Of The Progressive Era Eugenicists And Technocrats, And You WIll Understand What The Elites Think About You.

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 37:33


In Episode 92 of "The Dustin Gold Standard," Dustin explains his continued research into the history of eugenics coming out of the Progressive Era. Eugenics, like Technocracy, relies on the death of individualism as it is also a system of total control. Dustin explains that you can clearly see that the eugenics of yesterday is the transhumanism of today. Donate to Dustin to help him continue to bring you this level of daily content and keep food on his family's table: https://donorbox.org/dustingoldshow Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of ”The Dustin Gold Standard,” “The Thomas Paine Podcast,” and access to a Facebook-like website and mobile application where you can network and share intelligence with a group of like-minded folks (Join the Hotwire for Mike's highest level of intelligence): Paine.TV/gold Looking to register your vehicle, but your state is like mine and works hard to stop you from registering an older vehicle? Looking to save money on vehicle property taxes? Don't feel like dealing with the DMV? Contact my friends at DirtLegal where I registered my vehicle: https://www.dirtlegal.com?aff=35  Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Epiphany Church Sermons
Canceled Debt Should Breed Gratitude | Pastor Brandon Watts | 2022.11.20

Epiphany Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 48:01


As we are in a season of Thanksgiving we should pause and thank God for canceling the debt that stood against us. This sermon should stir up your affections if you have been forgiven for much.

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess
474: BIP Season 8: Episode 13 & 14 (Twitter Tea & “I Have to Go, Dude.”)

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 100:39


The Broads have thoughts and feelings after watching episodes 13 and 14 of the latest season of Bachelor in Paradise + they chat merch drop and the schedule for their final episodes - love you, #broadsquad!   ***Check out @chattybroads on Instagram for final merch drop!   THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: ***MANSCAPED: Get 20% off and free shipping at MANSCAPED.COM/CHATTY  ***DIPSEA: Get a 30 day free trial when you go to DIPSEASTORIES.COM/CHATTY  ***ARTICLE: Get $50 off your first purchase of $100 or more at ARTICLE.COM/CHATTY  ***VEGAMOUR: Go to VEGAMOUR.COM/CHATTY and use code CHATTY to save 20% on your first order! ***EMBARK: Get a limited-time offer on Breed and Health Kit and Purebred Kit for free shipping and $60 off at EMBARKVET.COM with promo code CHATTYSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nu-Breed Podcast
Nu-Breed - Jordan Cohen - PM5K, Blue Man Group

Nu-Breed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 47:57


We've got a super SPECIAL episode this week for y'all! We were lucky enough to sit down and chat with Jordan Cohen, the original percussionist for Powerman5000! We talked about his time in the band, what his experience with the Blue Man Group has been, his new projects, and we end on some advice for up-and-coming musicians! Cheers! Jordan's site for drum lessons: https://www.thedrumstudy.com Sons Of Jupiter site: https://www.sonsofjupiter.com Instagram for lessons: https://www.instagram.com/thedrumstudylasvegas/?hl=en Instagram for Sons Of Jupiter: https://www.instagram.com/jordancohensoj *** Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/nubreed_podcast/ Email:  Nubreedpodcast@gmail.com Twitter:  https://twitter.com/nubreed_podcast Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nubreedpodcast/ Tim Twitter:  https://twitter.com/timLSD Jay Twitter:  https://twitter.com/horsecow Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrlK456FML4jtXN1YF7fxHg Spotify Playlists:  https://open.spotify.com/user/o0f47xzeolb7nk7yuq1by3rry/playlists

The GAA Social
Austin Gleeson, temper, different breed, Waterford for All-Ireland in 2023, mental frailties, Belfast beers

The GAA Social

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 56:36


From child prodigy to 'Hurling player of the year' Austin Gleeson is one of the sports biggest names and he's on the GAA Social. In an open and frank podcast, the 2016 Player-of-the-year talks openly about mental frailties in Waterford, his doubts, what went wrong in 2022, Davy Fitzgerald as the new boss and his firm belief that he will win the All-Ireland- and it could happen in 2023. He speaks openly about losing Liam Cahill to Tipperary and his relationship with the former Waterford manager (Not brilliant on the Tuesday after going on the beer in Belfast) Oisin talks Wicklow and his role as their new manager (Starting on November 24th, and not a day before apparently) the training ban is firmly in place Gleeson also confronts (Actually, in the very first question) the reputation of his ‘Nasty streak' He was sent off this year against Wexford and Cork. It's a rare insight into one of the games greats. The moment when Austin fought back against claims he wasn't fit enough, his before & after pictures are incredible. The kid who made his Mount Sion debut after eating a Snackbox- to the man who was the best hurler in Ireland- with more to come. An insightful podcast and a beautiful final compliment from the Tipperary manager on the brilliance of Austin Gleeson

It Starts With Courage
Seeds For Success | Does success breed success? | 057

It Starts With Courage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 18:53


Success- What matters more, talent or hard work? Does success truly breed success? Have you ever met someone so successful in their field of business that it seems like they were born to do it? Some individuals make the entrepreneur life look so effortless that you start to wonder if it's in their DNA. In this episode Cat & Jen discuss the importance of early exposure as a stepping stone to success. Success in any field of life is not due to inborn traits. Rather it is achieved through experiences, knowledge and passion. The same goes for business. Entrepreneurs are not marked from birth; they are people who made a series of good decisions in their businesses and lives. Courage Starter We'd love to hear your success stories. Reach out to us on social media or via our website. Topics Covered -Succesful public figures who had successful parents -the importance of early exposure Relevant links: https://iswcpodcast.com/ Catherine Takawira (@insecure_fitness) Jen Burns (@jen.burnsrealtor)

Theory of Pets Podcast
TOP #136 Getting A Large Breed Dog: Medical Issues and Costs You Should Know

Theory of Pets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 59:41


Hi there! Welcome to The Theory of Pets Podcast Episode number 136. Today we got an awesome topic to discuss and I am super excited to go over it with you! I think its important for everyone to understand what they're getting into with larger dog breeds when they want to adopt! I personally want a second dog and would like a larger breed. I dug and did some research and discuss this with Dr. Kingsley today about what you need to be prepared for health issues wise if you do get a large breed. Fortunately, a lot of these issues can be prevented. Enjoy! This episode is sponsored by BetterVet, mobile veterinary care for happier pets! From wellness visits to surgery, BetterVet has you and your pet covered in locations across the U.S. BetterVet is excited to announce that they are now serving pets and pet parents in the Los Angeles area, and to celebrate, they are offering $50 off your first home visit exclusively for Top Dog Tips listeners when you register for a new account. Use Promo TOPDOGTIPS to fetch this offer! Joint Issues Hip Dysplasia Elbow dysplasia Arthritis Panosteitis   Neurological Problems Wobbler syndrome   Heart And Organ Problems Dilated Cardiomyopathy Hypothyroidism Aortic Stenosis Bloat or GDV   Eye Problems Entropion Ectropion Cherry Eye   Questions: What kind of joint issues do larger dogs go through? Neurological problems? Heart and Organ? Eye Problems? It sounds like larger breeds are prone to more health issues that medium and smaller dogs, is that true? Why do you think that is? Let's say someone is interested in getting a larger breed what kind of general caveats would you give them to help them make sure their dog lives a long and happy life? Would you recommend they get pet insurance? What kind of recommendations would you give for large dog breed owners to proof their house in a way that helps the large dog lives a long life? Would you say less jumping off of things Build/buy ramps instead of stairs where possible for home and car? What is the most common cause of hip dysplasia from a vet's perspective? How much of nutrition and genetics play into it? What is the cause of wobbler's syndrome? Why are bigger breeds more prone to GDV or bloat? Is it bc of the level of their water bowls? Eating food too fast? Some of these sound super preventable and some of these just sound like the roll of the dice. What breeds are more prone to the roll of the dice health problems? What is your recommendation for preventing the joint issues or I guess slowing it down?

Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice
How to Breed Carnivorous Plants

Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 8:27


  Shop the Store As an exclusive for listeners, use code EPICPODCAST for 5% off your entire first order on our store, featuring our flagship Birdies Raised Beds. These are the original metal raised beds, lasting up to 5-10x longer than wooden beds, are ethically made in Australia, and have a customizable modular design.   Shop now and get 5% off your first order. Get Our Books Looking for a beginner's guide to growing food in small spaces? Kevin's book, Field Guide to Urban Gardening, explains the core, essential information that you'll need to grow plants, no matter where you live! He also wrote Grow Bag Gardening to provide you with specialized knowledge that can bring you success when growing in fabric pots. Order signed copies of Kevin's books, plus more of his favorite titles in our store. More Resources Looking for more information? Follow us: Our Blog YouTube (Including our Epic Homesteading and Jacques in the Garden channels) Instagram (Including Epic Homesteading, Jacques, and Chris) TikTok Facebook Facebook Group Discord Server

Pastured Pig Podcast
Episode 94 - Talking Berkshire Breed with the American Berkshire Association

Pastured Pig Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 66:40


In this episode, I have a great conversation with Cory Edge, the Executive Director of the American Berkshire Association. We discuss the details of the breed as well as the benefits and tons of educational resources provided by the association and their website. Be sure to check out the website at https://americanberkshire.com/   Check out the NEW Pastured Pig website that is live!  https://thepasturedpig.com/ Also, join us for discussion of all things pastured pig on our new facebook group, The Pastured Pig. https://www.facebook.com/groups/thepasturedpig We made it to 20 patrons on Patreon which allows us to expand the Pasture Pig Podcast to include a website and other digital presence.  Help us reach our next benchmark at 40 patrons. To learn more visit: https://www.patreon.com/thepasturedpig If you would like to know more about us here at Red Tool House Farm or would like to suggest topics for future episodes, visit us at: https://thepasturedpig.com/podcast/

Goat Gab
The Oberhasli Breed with Brandi Giachino and Nate Funk

Goat Gab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 95:39


On this 93rd episode of Goat Gab, Cameron and Laura start their series of diving into each of the dairy goat breeds.  This week we welcome Brandi Giachino and Nate Funk to share their thoughts on Oberhasli--both a historical look and also where the breed is going.  

An Interview with Melissa Llarena
To The Lonely Moms Writing Books Who Need Their Own Unique Breed Of Ya-Ya Club

An Interview with Melissa Llarena

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:26


In this episode, you will hear about my messy journey to writing my nonfiction book. You will also catch two other stories that could only be told by moms. I really do believe that mommying while writing a book presents a certain special kind of messiness. This is also why in this episode, I go on to invite you to an online mom writers' community that I'd love to lead. If writing is lonely....motherhood is lonely....then this need for us to be around one another just feels so blistering hot and necessary. Are you interested in learning more? Catch me on Instagram @melissallarena send me a DM with the word STORY if you are a mom who is writing nonfiction and would love access to a community of other crazy moms who for some wild reason or another have decided to write about true happenings precisely when their lives might be feeling like truly epic messes. Not on Insta? Then email me melissa[@]melissallarena.com What follows is the transcript...pardon the AI Moms, I want to really just share with you why it's different when a mom decides to write a nonfiction book. And I would even say that even if you're writing a fiction book, the same rules are going to apply. And the reason why I think it's so important to focus on mom authors is that I just don't think the same happens when you don't have kids and you're looking to write a book. I really think there are nuances that make a big difference pertaining to whether you actually get to the finish line. Here's where I'm coming from. I would say that as someone who is writing a nonfiction book right now, I'm a mom to three little boys. When I first launched my business, which is totally separate and distinct from this book that I'm looking to write and I'm currently writing, this was about 11 years ago. I decided to launch a career coaching practice in 2011. That happens to be when I became a mom. My first son was six months old and the thought of not having something other than being a mom as it had been portrayed to me by my own mom. What I noticed was important by way of TV moms. Like for me that thought of only looking at my child and being with them 24 seven and not using some other skills and talents. It just felt really hard and it might feel that way to you too. So when I decided to write my own nonfiction book, this happened about, well, specifically on May 18, 2021. By that point, I had already gained an appreciation for what it was like to have an online business, a career coaching practice. I had gained an appreciation for just all of the hurdles and challenges that come with navigating the online space, whether it's being able to publish every single day on social media or it's having the energy and wherewithal to get on all of those prospecting calls. And I thought I knew better. I thought that writing a book, especially if I had put a bit of a pause on my career coaching practice, I thought that writing a book would somehow be able to not fly out of me like when you give birth. If this was your experience from a natural, quote unquote perspective, if that was your experience, it was mine. I know it's not the same for everyone, but I just thought that I could somehow use the same sort of discipline skills, the same sort of courage, the same sort of creativity. But boy, was I wrong. I mean, I sit here telling you this from the perspective of a mom who decided to begin writing her nonfiction book during the pandemic when she and her family was abroad in Sydney, Australia. And I will say that the journey has felt extra long. I will also say that going through a global relocation made things that much more complicated, and writing a book is different. It just it just is. Because writing a book is almost like taking a piece of your heart and just putting it out there. For other people to consider, to evaluate and to judge. And sometimes it's a bit more vulnerable than going on social media and doing like a real on Instagram. For those of you who know what it's like to have an online business. And when I began my journey, it was I felt a brave choice. I was like, okay, I need to write a book that's going to help you moms really, like, lift yourself up. Like, I want the moms around me to really stop doubting themselves. I want the moms around me to figure out what lights you up today because it's different from what may have lit you up a decade ago or maybe even before becoming a mom. And I want to help you imagine yourself really, really pulling yourself through and going for it. And so I began my journey and it was me being a bit naive, assuming that if I could have my own online business for 11 years during the course of motherhood, which was definitely tumultuous because I have three little boys, I thought somehow writing a book would be similar would be doable. But again, I just had no idea. So I wanted to share with you not just my story of why it might feel different if you're a mom that's looking to write a non-fiction book. But I wanted to just share some conversations I've had with mom authors. These are people who have already published their non-fiction books and people who have had wonderful literary careers. And I think through their stories as well, the ones that never actually were recorded but were spoken about after the podcast interviews, I think you'll gain an appreciation for why it's so important for you for me to actually be part of a community of like-minded moms who are looking to write these epic stories based on true details. So here are, well, two stories that really, really called my attention as it relates to two moms who decided to write nonfiction and were in the middle of mommy-ing. I've almost wanted to create a verb out of the title of Mother. So one story that was quite vivid and again, this is a podcast guest, and we were talking and you'll hear her story in the future, but she did not share this insight when we had been live recording. This was after the fact. So here's her story. And I'm not going to name names because I don't think it's as important as the big point. So here's a mom who was already in her career as a writer, someone who also worked in academia, someone who also decided to become a mom later on. So in her forties. And what I thought was really, really amazing was that in her case and again, you don't hear these things, but in her case she actually was committed to writing a book. And as does happen to a lot of us, she couldn't perfectly time having a baby and giving birth. So what ended up happening was that she had a book and she was almost ready to finish the book and she assumed that she would have had her baby by then and everything would have worked out perfectly. But as with all things motherhood, it did not net out that way. She had to deliver her baby and then go back home and finish final edits of her book. And what was interesting was that her situation was such that she had to make a decision like, was she going to have like a nighttime nurse, for example, who could then help her finish the final edits of her big book? And these are the things that just are not even on the minds of individuals who are not moms as they're writing books. What's interesting here from a nonfiction perspective is that there was a lot that needed to be just confirmed and a lot of facts that she had to organize and a lot of conversations that needed to happen with real people that made the whole matter more complex, especially when you have a child who is not looking at the time and saying, Oh, now is a convenient time to be hungry, or Oh, let me sleep through the night to that. Mom gets to finish editing her big, big book. So that's one story that for me, the point here was that this. This particular individual had her non-fiction life already going. There was momentum behind it. She had books out there. She was in academia, and essentially when she had her child, she had to then figure out how she was going to make good on her commitments and finish up the editing to this book that should have already been done, but it just didn't happen that way. And she had to make a decision to hire a nurse to help her fill in the gaps pertaining to taking care of her firstborn child. Again, this was an older mom. And it's really interesting because I can appreciate how for an older mom those early days would have been so ultra special. Really extra special. If you've been waiting for that moment, you know, for the last decade. And these are the tough choices that take place for a mom in particular, when you're writing a book, any book, nonfiction or fiction. And I want to be sure that this podcast does what is necessary, which is to bring visibility to the complexities of being an author, writing a story that has to be written during the course of a mom-filled life. And that's just one story. Like, that's the crazy part. If you look at any book, I mean, there's an author behind the scenes, unless it's like this, I don't know, well-known brand name who has like a team of individuals writing on his or her behalf. But for the most part, it's like an individual who was locked up in an office writing something and maybe banging their head on their laptop, trying to figure out how to clearly articulate a statement. And then if it's nonfiction, how to ensure that the facts are straight. So that's one idea. And the big point there is that if you decide to write a book or as you write the book, isn't it so important for you to figure out how you're going to keep making progress or fulfill your commitments, even if life gets a little bit sloppy and messy? Right. So definitely motherhood will give you a lot of sloppiness and a lot of messiness. Second story, there was another author that I interviewed. Again, it's like these stories really come out when we're not recording because I think that's when a lot of us like let our guard down. But here's the back story. So with this particular author, she was in a totally different sector. She had a very analytical job at one point, and then she decided to become a children's book author. And in her case, she decided to become a children's book author. And she also had given birth to a child and the child was premature. So what do you do in that case when all of a sudden your hopes and dreams, whatever they may have been, they're going to be set aside or paused? So for her, you know, having a preemie and definitely dedicating your waking hours and not sleeping, frankly, in order to be with your preemie is going to definitely change your timeline and have you adjust your aspirations as it relates to anything, let alone a children's book. Right on top of that, this preemie also had illnesses during the first six months of his or her life. And what was interesting is, again, it's like, okay, so you're putting your dream of becoming an author to the side. It's almost like on this shelf. And you're really hoping that once you're done, quote unquote, that you can go back to that shelf and continue wherever you left off. And I think the moral of the story there for this particular author is quite simple, which is it was actually kind of interesting. It happens that her daughter ended up reminding her of this dream. She once had to write a children's book like her daughter. I don't know if her daughter was like four or five, six or older, but ultimately she was the one that said, Hey, mom, didn't you want to write a children's book? And so it was really interesting how her child nudged her to get back on it. And so that's another unique part, right? So while this particular mom, you know, had to pause her ambitions and then she basically decided to go back at it, it was her child that gave her that little nudge. And so that's also unique when it comes to being a mom and writing any book, whether it's nonfiction or not. So those two stories, I think, are really important, and I think they're not being told right now. You just see a book and it's gorgeous and it's like nicely edited and the illustrations are gorgeous and you see a beautiful, like publishing house or not, self-publishing is also very legit and you just have no idea what goes on in order to put this together. And I think for moms in particular, it's an extra dose of persistence, right? And so where is that? Going to come from when all your kids are sick? Where is that going to come from when there's a global pandemic? Not to say that anything is happening again, I just want to say that that was totally unexpected and a really, really big seismic edit on my timeframe for my own nonfiction book. So there's so much that needs to be considered when you are constantly considering someone else, i.e. a child, because each child is almost like a variable. And for me it's like anything can happen as it relates to one individual. And once you start multiplying beyond one child, things get ever more complicated. So if you have in your heart, if you feel like you have a book inside of you, I think it's important for you to understand that as a mom, there will be hard choices that you have to make when you will have to decide for yourself. Okay, is there something that I can do in order to ensure that I make that commitment to myself actually happen or commitment to a publisher? Right. And obviously that makes it even more stressful. So that's one point. The second point is as it relates to having this desire to write a book like I mean, not to say that you should wait ten years until that baby can talk to you and say, Hey, mom, maybe you ought to write that book. However, there's this notion that if that book is meant to be written, and if you've spoken about it at any point, then chances are someone, maybe your own child, will nudge you and remind you to get back at it. So I think there's a huge value there because I think that our kids are like these tiny little spiritual beings that are there to remind us of the important things. And writing a book might be that for you. And then as it relates to me and my journey, I think what's important in light of what might be in your heart is that, oh my gosh, like you could plan like the best of them. You could say to yourself, Well, I will be writing every day 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, Saturday and Sundays, I will be writing at 9:00 PM. And that's theoretically a beautiful little calendar and nice for you to consider. But ultimately, as life happens and it will, especially if you're a mom, you will need to make adjustments and you will just need to figure out how to plug yourself into a community of like-minded people who get it. I mean, you don't want to have to explain why you decided to not write one day when your child had 102 fever. Like, who needs to explain that? Wouldn't it be nice to be part of a community where there's other moms who want to write a book and they've been through the shitstorm? They understand how complex and unpredictable motherhood is and can not necessarily support the fact that you've paused. But essentially they get it. They just get it right. They just get it. And that's why for me, having moved from Australia to Austin, Texas, it's been a really interesting journey for the most part. I've been writing in my kitchen. I will say right now, as I'm staring dead at a squirrel on a tree outside of my window, that writing in the kitchen is not the most like, aesthetically wonderful, exciting place to be. I have gotten way more energy from the podcast guests that I've spoken to who have appreciated just how up and Downy writing and being a mom is, and I want to offer that to you. You're listening to this conversation and you're hearing how for a lot of moms, writing a book is truly a journey of like more than resilience and persistence. It's just like badassery on a whole other level. And if you're writing a book that is going to reflect a real story, I think the stakes sometimes can be even higher. Because what if it's not even your story that you want to tell? Then it's like, not only do you owe it to yourself, but you owe it to that person whose story you want to share with the world. And I want to offer you an opportunity to join me. I would be so excited if you, having listened to this conversation, if you have a book in your heart and you want a community, I would love to hear you reach out to me and just let me know if this sounds right up your alley. So here's what I'm thinking. Call me crazy, but I really think that creating a group of moms and all of this would be done virtually where together, right? We would be encouraging one another to write these real these raw and inspiring stories, I think to get. There, we can better navigate and definitely in a healthier way, navigate the ups and downs of not just motherhood, but writing a book. There's so many moms that have beautiful stories, that have recipes, that have memoirs that they want to write, that have how to said they would love to put out there, who just can't figure out how to make it happen in light of the unpredictability and uncertainty that is motherhood. And I want us to get together. Here's what I'm thinking, and I definitely want to know what you think. So in this community of storyteller moms who will be forming an online community, this is what we'll do together. We will imagine we will design, we will plan and immersed in creative experiences that will become those epic stories. Why is that important? So as I've been writing my book, what I have found for me is that I need these little spurts of inspiration and whether it's been me going on these little like adventures in order to just feel excited or it's me taking up a brand new class and learning something like and it's legit fantasy map making when I've gone on those quote unquote artists dates. For those of you who are familiar with Julia Cameron, I've just felt so much more invigorated when I've then approached the writing of my own nonfiction book. And so the plan is that on this online community where there will be other moms who want to write nonfiction books, that together we would go on these little adventures. I would absolutely share with you some of the best adventures that have given me the most life. And together, we would also learn how to master the art of trusting ourselves. I don't know about you, but for me, as I write every sentence for my nonfiction book, I feel like it's an exercise in Can I trust myself enough that this is the right sentence? Can I trust myself enough that this paragraph can end here? Am I telling the story in the best light? So this art of trusting yourself is something that I can teach you. And I think we can also learn from one another in this online community for moms who are storytellers and want to write our book. I think the other thing that is going to be really urgent in light of what a mom needs to write a nonfiction book, I want you to learn how to reprioritize yourself. So if you notice in those stories that I shared with you along with mine, there was a lot that was going on behind the scenes. One mom, like I said, had to finish editing her book, so she had to hire a night nurse. One mom had to pause her book because she had a preemie that was very ill. In my case, I had to be okay with extending the timeline of writing my nonfiction book, which I'm still writing, by the way. I want you to know that. And so it's important for you to know how to actually prioritize your book, right, Even in light of all these changes and complexities. And that is something else that I can teach you. So mastering the art of trusting yourself, reprioritizing yourself so that you can live the kind of storied life that is going to pack bookshelves in all of the world's greatest libraries. That's what this online group of like minded moms is all about. I don't want you to feel alone, like I said, and as I've been feeling, writing a book is a lonely endeavor. I mean, unless you've figured out how to, like, co-write. And even in those scenarios, according to the moms that I've interviewed, it's still something that you do on your own and your co-author does on their own, and then you somehow share the Google documents, let's just say. So either way you slice it, it's a lonely endeavor and so is motherhood. So now let's think about this. If motherhood is lonely and writing a book is lonely, you need a community. I need a community. So I don't want to feel alone. I want us to collaborate. I want us to check in on our dreams. If you noticed these different moms that I whose stories I shared along with my own, they had to get back on it. And I think checking in on one another is a beautiful, beautiful thing. The other idea is this cheering each other on. It's so funny because just like 24 hours ago I became an aunt and I feel like cheering on a brand new mom is like a beautiful thing and something that goes unnoticed. Like, where do you hear about these stories about moms holding the hands of other moms, whether it's online? Or just like text messaging a new mom, literally as she's giving birth. And I think the same can be done when it comes to writing your own book. So in this online community, it's about checking in on our dreams and it's about cheering each other on. Just imagine virtual pompoms. So this forum, this online community is for moms who want to write a book. It will be online. What does that mean? It will be Zoom sessions. It'll be Facebook groups where you'll get to share the questions on your mind. How do I get my book cover made? Or right now, everybody in the house has a fever. How do I continue my writing rituals, things like that? I want the form to be for you, for us, for moms in particular, who want to write a non-fiction book. Why nonfiction? For me, it's just a personal preference. Like for me, it's like there's so much truth that is happening in the world, even like history. And personally, I just enjoyed nonfiction books and I have since the age of 12. So that's really why my penchant for nonfiction. So again, in this community, you're going to have weekly adventures that are going to help you get out of that mom mode. And what's important about that is I have found that when you are in the middle of writing a book, there are so many moments that you can be compelled to just like let the book go because it's so hard to do and slip into full on motherhood. We're talking about like sweeping the floor 1000 times because it's easier than putting pen to paper, right? And I want to be sure that I share with you my adventures that helped me break out of that and kept me focused on writing my book. I also want to share with you in this online community prompts. Now, there's a lot of people who have writing prompts. They have not worked very well for me very specifically. But what has worked for me and what I have noticed in relation to nonfiction books, the best ones, is that the author is very vulnerable. And I think having reflection prompts would be really helpful to any mom who feels stuck, who's looking at a blank page and doesn't know how to move forward. So I will provide you in this online group for moms writing nonfiction reflection prompts so that this way you get the story ideas and you get the profound lessons. And whether you apply it to your actual nonfiction book is up to you. But I think it just wakes up that muscle that needs to be awakened when you're writing a book that needs to resonate with its reader and ideally inspire them into action. Here's the other part in terms of this online community that I'm sharing and why it's so important for moms. So we have questions. A lot of moms, we have questions, and there are so many hiccups in life. There are so many setbacks that wouldn't it be amazing to be able to ask fellow moms who are along different parts of this non-fiction book writing journey, kind of like how they managed, right? Like, how did you manage when you got like all those rejections to your query letters from these agents? Like how did you manage to actually, like, save that nonfiction book that you thought of back in? I'm making this up 1997, and only today, 2022, you're able to like bring out into the world. So these Q&A was like, why second guess yourself? Self doubt yourself, ask yourself questions when it's all new to you, right? Why not, like have a form, a group of moms who have been there before and just tell you real, real, real advice. So I want to really provide an online community for moms who are writing nonfiction books that you can feel comfortable enough to ask your questions. And it could be questions like, let's just imagine you had a C-section and you still want to write your nonfiction book and you're an extraordinary pain. Wouldn't it be amazing if you can ask another mom who had a C-section how she was able to break through those feelings and ultimately put pen to paper? Moms do extraordinary things. So even though that might sound extreme, a mom after a C-section wanting to, like, finish her book, like, I know there's a bunch of moms who have done it, so I'm not even going to question myself with that example I just shared right now. Here's the other thing. Energy. Let's talk about energy now. I could write a whole podcast on energy, and that's part of why this podcast is really focused on wellness. For moms who want to write nonfiction, you need energy to do anything. And as a human being, your energy one day might be fantastic and another day it might be absolutely underneath. The ground. And as a mom, like, I feel like we're just like it's more volatile for us, I think. And I think it's important to be around women who are moms who are writing nonfiction, who need energy to produce the greatest stories of their life. You need energy. So how do you create it? How do you really make sure that you're not you don't have energy leaks, as I call them in my book. I want to share with you my wisdom and my insights and my tips and tricks around that point, because I think it's urgent. I think it's so important if you're a mom who wants to create a book, who wants to write a book. I mean, this is something that can be perceived by the outside world as quote unquote, extra, Right? And if you don't have energy, you will only be doing the bare minimum of life. So if you want to create a book, write a book. You will need to somehow master the art of making your own energy. And that's also why I shared that idea about those mini adventures. So here's the next step. I want to be very, very clear right now. This is a call I am on a mission to bring together storyteller moms who want to write a book, a nonfiction book. This could be a memoir. This could be a historical sort of like evaluation of what happened. This could be recipe book. This could be a how to book. You might be an amazing instagrammer with all these insights around a topic. And you want to write a book. I want to bring you into this forum, this online community, where together you and I, because I'm on my own journey to will imagine design plan and immerse ourselves in and creative experiences that are going to contribute to these epic stories that you're writing. I want to teach you how to master the art of trusting yourself. I want to teach you how to reprioritize yourself so that this way you have an incredible, incredible story to tell and you get it done irrespective of what happens to you. As a mom, I do not want you to feel alone. I want you to have someone with whom to collaborate. I want you to feel like you have someone checking in on you just like you check in on your kids. I want you to feel like you to have someone looking out for you. And I want you a mom, which you tend to be the cheerleader pertaining to everyone else's dreams. I want you to feel like you have cheerleaders on your side calling out your name to get it done. So this forum is going to be online and it's going to provide members with weekly adventures, like I said, that are going to remind you that you are more than a mom. This form is going to include prompts that are going to help you access those vulnerable stories that you might want to share or just keep your message raw and real. So I want to be sure that you have something to inspire you to gather the profound lessons that you've accumulated throughout your life and that you might want to share in your book. This form is going to make available an opportunity for you to ask questions. So Q&A to overcome, like the real mom or nonfiction writer, hiccups and setbacks that do happen along the way. And this form is going to help you learn how to create your own energy, because without it, nothing is going to be written and dinner is not going to be on the table either. So unless you figured out how to navigate the art of dinner making with a partner, I want to just invite you because I'm really excited about this. Like as I'm writing my nonfiction book, these past few days have been pretty crazy. My children have been ill, they've had fevers. It's been one of those weeks and I am really praying that I don't get anything. And it's been one of those weeks where I've wanted a community of like minded women. I would love to know that right now I could sit here in my kitchen, go online, and I could find other moms who are writing nonfiction, who are going through the same thing that I'm going through. I would love to have an adventure to look forward to this weekend, for example, that I know that I could explore and try. And that is going to give me energy and enthusiasm that I need in order to get my seat or my bum in a seat and writing. So I want this like I would want this online community. I would want moms that are in the same trenches as I am who are also writing a nonfiction book. I want us to be together. You don't have to be lonely. I feel like at this point, if we're really honest with ourselves, loneliness is a choice. We are not in a lockdown right now. Right now, it's really a matter of figuring out how you're going to find your tribe. Who do you want to be around? Who? Who inspires you? Who motivates you? What scenarios make you feel like you've got a lot more to give? And immersing yourselves into those scenarios is the way to go. And so I want to create that online community. And right now, right this very moment, that online community, is something that I'm starting. So right now, this is going to be complimentary. I want to know if you're interested in joining me in this online forum. So here's how to reach out Super simply on Instagram. Just go to Melissa Lorena go to at Melissa lx a r, e and a, and all you have to do is type the word story. That's it. Type the word story in direct message on Instagram and let me know that you would want to be part of this community, this online forum where you will be together with other storyteller moms who want to write their own nonfiction books. And you want to feel inspired, motivated, you want your questions answered, and you want to learn how to trust yourself, gather your own energy and prioritize yourself. Let me know you're interested. Just type in the word story in DM on Instagram at Melissa. Lorena Now, as with all episodes I write in the story section or I write the show notes and you can see in the show notes how to spell my first and last name and reach out to me. If you are not on Instagram, there's a lot of writers that are on Twitter. And so I also want to invite you not so much to find me on Twitter because I want to change my handle name to be a lot more clear in terms of what it is that I do. But email me, just email me Melissa at Melissa Sina.com. Again, this will be in the show notes. Thank you so much. And as always, I truly appreciate you. So ultimately this is a call to action for you, my beautiful mom listener. If you have a book inside of you and you want to write it, I am inviting you very specifically. Yeah. You don't look over your shoulder. No, I'm actually talking to you to actually be part of this community. I want to know if you're interested. If you would be excited, send me a DM on Instagram. Just write the word story. Let me know that you want to be part of a group of like minded moms who want to write a non-fiction book, and then we will take it from there because this is something that I need in order to finish my nonfiction book. And it's also something that I know that a lot of moms out there would really appreciate because I think our journey is unique. I really, really do. Writing a book a lot of people refer to as like a book baby. But when you already have a bunch of babies or one baby, it just feels like a really big endeavor, like way bigger than anyone could even explain without doing it. So this is my invitation to you. Reach out to me. If this is something that is interesting, just type in the word STORY. I would love, love, love, love, love to have a conversation with you and just see what else you might need because I want to be sure that I can bring together other moms who are in the same exact boat. Thank you so much. And until next Tuesday, there will be a beautiful interview available for you with an author. And I want to be sure that you are getting insights from other voices as well. So look forward to that interview-focused episode next week on Tuesday. Thank you so much. And make sure to have subscribed officially to Unimaginable Wellness, the podcast for moms writing nonfiction. Thank you so much.

Gun Dog It Yourself
163. Aggression with HPR Working Dogs

Gun Dog It Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 108:41


Josh Cropper of HPR Working Dogs joins us to discuss a wide array of topics as they relate to aggression in our dogs. Dog culture in Ukraine in contrast to in America Our own interaction with dogs may cause the aggressive tendencies., "Be polite and ignore" is a better lesson for people/kids rather than "ask to pet." What actually is "aggression?" Breed selections based on emotion rather than purpose Social interaction or social exposure? Types of Aggression Types of Drives Creating social neutrality w/ PROPER socialization Pick a training method and stick to it Body language and cues previewing aggressive tension building Keep the dogs MOVING Being proactive and decompressing with crate training 5 Steps of escalation How to handle a fight in progress Littermate syndrome and other potential causes of aggressive tendencies --- Patreon and Partners: Support the Podcast: PATREON Gear: STANDING STONE SUPPLY Training Collars: DT SYSTEMS Whiskey: Ugly Dog Distillery Other GDIY LINKS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Nedgroup Investments Insights
Local Quarterly Briefing – Q3 2022

Nedgroup Investments Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 10:19


The Nedgroup Investments quarterly briefing is a selection of the interesting take-outs from our recent insight webinars with our local Best of Breed managers brought to you in one compact episode. To hear the full fund manager report backs or for more on our funds, visit Videos (nedgroupinvestments.co.za)

Nedgroup Investments Insights
Global Quarterly Briefing – Q3 2022

Nedgroup Investments Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 12:15


The Nedgroup Investments quarterly briefing is a selection of the interesting take-outs from our recent insight webinars with our global Best of Breed managers brought to you in one compact episode. To hear the full fund manager report backs or for more on our funds, visit Videos (nedgroupinvestments.co.za)

Pwned: The Information Security Podcast
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Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 29:20


In this RightSwipes episode of Pwned, Justin and Jack start with an analysis of the recent CrowdStrike acquisition of Reposify, and while they may not agree on the love match, it starts an interesting new debate on "Best-in-Breed" versus "Combined Value" players in cybersecurity. It's an important point of inflexion for companies, and maybe for the cybersecurity market, so listen in. If you have any questions or suggestions, send us an email at pwned@nuharborsecurity.com. If you like our content, please like, share, and subscribe! We'll catch you on the next one. Check out NuHarbor Security for complete cyber security protection for your business and a security partner you can trust. Website: https://nuharborsecurity.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nuharbor/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NuHarbor@nuharbor LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nuharbor/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nuharborsecurity/

So There I Was
Here’s to Woody. The Last Worst Day Episode 25

So There I Was

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 76:32


In our second hour with Lawman, things get real. This episode is not entirely comprised of our usual light-hearted hijinks and buffoonery - though we throw some in for good measure. Lawman details months of training aboard the USS Nassau, and losing a squadron mate, Buick, during a night training sortie in the lead-up to Gulf War I. Spending months aboard the boat before the war without going ashore was maddening. So much so that they literally prayed for a cause a divert to give an excuse to get Marines off the boat for a few days! As the months dragged on with limited contact with the outside world, the Marines tried to keep their morale up. Lawman took some heat, but managed to strike a deal to keep the line-shack Marines happy. Then the war kicked off, and they found themselves in the thick of it. With Anti-Aircraft missiles in the air, Lawman's flight narrowly escaped disaster on their first combat sortie. On their first flight of the last day of the war, the Marine Aviators' of VMA-331 luck ran out when one of their own was shot down.  Hope remained as evidence that the pilot got out of the doomed aircraft kept trickling in. Eventually Lawman found himself ashore in Saudi Arabia to identify the remains of his friend and fellow pilot, Reg Underwood, "Woody." Woody volunteered to be a Marine Pilot. He trained hard and was a Weapons and Tactics Instructor - one of the best who taught other Marines to use their jet effectively as a weapon. Woody was well-respected by his contemporaries and senior officers alike. He was a husband and a father to a daughter whom he would never meet. Woody's sacrifice became their sacrifice too. Woody's brother and sister still live in his home state of Kentucky, and his wife and daughter remain in North Carolina. Keep them in your thoughts and prayers please. We are grateful to have known Woody and mourn his loss for ourselves and for his family. His life made the world a better place. The music for this episode is courtesy of Dos Gringos - Last of the Breed. Thank you, Gents! Great stuff as always!

The IndeVets Happy Hour
Episode 41: Breed Predispositions - Golden Retrievers

The IndeVets Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 33:13


Drs. Andrew Heller and Marisa Brunetti embark on a new series about breed predispositions. First up: Golden Retrievers!

The Roller Agenda
Feed or Breed for the Roll?

The Roller Agenda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 21:48


How to breed for the Roll? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/KL-RollerAgenda.com/support

Shot's Fired
Shots Fired Ep:156 Dogs Breed Profiled For Death Of Mail Man

Shot's Fired

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 40:58


TJ Kirgin a.k.a. Sig_Glockincolt and the lovely Krystal Powers tackle not only one of the most disturbing news stories involving our 4 legged friends. They also delve into how to carry safely and protect yourself and your loved ones while on vacation or traveling. You can grab everything Tj shows off in the show RIGHT NOW over at our shop, Link BELOW!!! Check Out Our Link Tree For More Info!   https://linktr.ee/tacticalshtshop   Hosts: Tj Kirgin @Sig_Glockincolt, Alex @dynadeathmilberg, and Krystal Stone of @krystalstonefitness ------------------------- Thank You to All Our Sponsors That Made This podcast possible, and shitheads like YOU You can listen to the show on the following channels in their respective areas KRTK 93.3 FM, K283CI 104.5FM, & KMOV 104.3FM-In the STL area  KLPW 107.3 FM-In the St. James  area 100.7FM- in the East STL IL. area You can also catch this on the AM channels 1010 & 920 AM in the MO / IL area

Goat Gab
To Breed or Not To Breed....

Goat Gab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 66:12


The eternal question that comes up every fall--do I breed this year's kids to freshen as yearlings?  On this episode of Goat Gab, Laura and Cameron are joined by "Dr. Ed" to discuss this important question.

Nu-Breed Podcast
Nu-Breed - Post Nu-Metal

Nu-Breed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 80:07


  FROM THE ARCHIVES: When we first started we recorded a bunch of topical episodes, and this is one of them. Kindof raw to be honest, but it was a fun conversation and we wanted to give our new fans a flashback into the "old" show. Cheers! Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/nubreed_podcast/ Email:  Nubreedpodcast@gmail.com Twitter:  https://twitter.com/nubreed_podcast Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nubreedpodcast/ Tim Twitter:  https://twitter.com/timLSD Jay Twitter:  https://twitter.com/horsecow Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrlK456FML4jtXN1YF7fxHg Spotify Playlists:  https://open.spotify.com/user/o0f47xzeolb7nk7yuq1by3rry/playlists

Political Breakdown
London Breed on Law Enforcement, the Tenderloin and Those Resignation Letters

Political Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 32:10


Scott and Marisa revisit parts of their October 5 conversation with San Francisco Mayor London Breed at KQED Live. Breed discusses her tenure as mayor and the criticism she faced for asking some appointees to sign undated letters of resignation. Breed also made controversial comments about Hondurans and drug dealing, which she apologized for on Thursday.

Lady Don't Take No
Live with Madame Mayor London Breed

Lady Don't Take No

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 60:25 Very Popular


This live Lady Don't Take No finds Alicia Garza sitting down with the Mayor of San Francisco, London Breed, in the majestic Castro Theater at the Lesbians Who Tech San Francisco Summit. Garza asks Breed to break down what's happening with policing in SF, the Dream Keepers Initiative, and the worst and best parts of running the city.This week's roundup focuses racist LA City Council members, friends who shouldn't let friends Kanye, sex strikes, and Georgia debates. Plus, a brand new Lady's Love Notes on how to navigate rebound relationshipsMayor London Breed on Instagram and TwitterLady Don't Take No on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & YouTubeAlicia Garza on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & YouTube * Do you have a question for Lady's Love Notes? Seeking advice on love/romance/relationships? CLICK HERE to send Lady Garza your question, and she may read it on the show! This pod is supported by the Black Futures LabProduction by Phil SurkisTheme music: "Lady Don't Tek No" by Latyrx Alicia Garza founded the Black Futures Lab to make Black communities powerful in politics. She is the co-creator of #BlackLivesMatter and the Black Lives Matter Global Network, an international organizing project to end state violence and oppression against Black people. Garza serves as the Strategy & Partnerships Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance. She is the co-founder of Supermajority, a new home for women's activism. Alicia was recently named to TIME's Annual TIME100 List of the 100 Most Influential People in the World, alongside her BLM co-founders Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors. She is the author of the critically acclaimed book, The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart (Penguin Random House),  and she warns you -- hashtags don't start movements. People do. 

Nu-Breed Podcast
Nu-Breed - Nu-Metal Leanings

Nu-Breed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 65:24


  FROM THE ARCHIVES: When we first started we recorded a bunch of topical episodes, and this is one of them. Kindof raw to be honest, but it was a fun conversation and we wanted to give our new fans a flashback into the "old" show. Cheers! Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/nubreed_podcast/ Email:  Nubreedpodcast@gmail.com Twitter:  https://twitter.com/nubreed_podcast Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nubreedpodcast/ Tim Twitter:  https://twitter.com/timLSD Jay Twitter:  https://twitter.com/horsecow Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrlK456FML4jtXN1YF7fxHg Spotify Playlists:  https://open.spotify.com/user/o0f47xzeolb7nk7yuq1by3rry/playlists

K9 Detection Collaborative
How Emily Lawrence Trains Competitive Tracking And Confidence

K9 Detection Collaborative

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 45:35


Today, we continue our conversation with competitive tracking extraordinaire Emily Lawrence!When it comes down to it, “tracking is the great equalizer.” Emily teaches us that the key to building skill and confidence in our dog is going to be a slow, baby-step process for trackers of any level.She reminds us that frustrating training sessions are all part of the package. It's okay that our dog struggles because the point of training is to encourage them to push their boundaries. That said, we need to make sure we end all of our sessions on a good note, to make sure that our dog walks away happy about what they did.Emily invites competitive trackers to enjoy the journey, to stop trying to micromanage your dog, and to try to have just a little more fun:“Trust your training and let your dog use their superpowers.”Key Topics:How to make IGP tracking work for you and your dog (01:00)Knowing exactly where your footprint is (06:19)Why Emily doesn't care about wind direction (12:40)Introducing articles (16:29)Building your dog's endurance (21:26)Being the only Border Collie at her last tracking competition (26:20)Training a Border Collie versus a Pitbull versus a German Shepherd (33:48)Teaching corners without using corrections (35:50)Episode takeaways (38:10)How to connect with Emily (42:00)Resources:Emily on InstagramEmily on Facebook (to access BIGFOOT DOG TRAINING)Bigfoot Dog Training Website (currently under construction)We want to hear from you:Check out the K9 Detection Collaborative FB page and comment on the episode post!K9Sensus Foundation can be found on Facebook and Instagram. We have a Trainer's Group on Facebook!Scentsabilities Nosework is also on Facebook. Here is a Facebook group you should join!Crystal Wing K9 Coach can be found here!You can follow us for notifications of upcoming episodes, find us at k9detectioncollaborative.com to enjoy the freebies and tell your friends so you can keep the conversations going.Jingle by: www.mavericksings.com Instagram: @mavericktasticAudio editing & other podcast services by: www.thepodcastman.com Instagram: @the_podcast_man

The Angus Conversation
Denowh, Lowe: Keeping the Maternal Breed Maternal

The Angus Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 51:33 Transcription Available


It's the original maternal breed, but are all Angus cows maternal? “The cows are kind of the employee. They have to show up. It's our job to take care of the cow, it is the cow's job to take care of the calf,” says Joe Lowe, Smiths Grove, Ky. Lowe; Chad Denowh of Sidney, Mont.; and Kelli Retallick-Riley of Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI) discussed what it takes to have cows that work where they live and work further down the line.  The trio talk data, phenotypes, tools they use and ones they wish they had.   Maybe you have some ideas of your own? If so, be sure to find us on social media or drop us a line in the comment box at TheAngusConversation.com.  HOSTS: Mark McCully and Miranda Reiman GUESTS: Chad Denowh, Gartner-Denowh Angus Ranch; Joe Lowe, Oak Hollow Angus; Kelli Retalick-Riley, Angus Genetics Inc.  GUEST BIOS: Chad Denowh, Gartner-Denowh Angus Ranch, has been in the seedstock business from day one. He grew up helping his parents and extended family at their Sidney, Mont., ranch, and returned to the operation after graduating from Montana State University with a degree in animal science. He and his wife, Jenn, and their three daughters make up the fifth and sixth generation of cattlemen raising sires that “go out and get the job done for commercial cattlemen.” They are longtime participants in the Angus Herd Improvement Record (AHIR) program and have taken nearly every step to equip their customers with all the information available from embracing genomic technology to focusing on more difficult to measure traits like foot score.  Joe Lowe is an eighth-generation beef producer in Smiths Grove, Ky., where he and his father own and manage Oak Hollow Angus. The Lowe family was involved in backgrounding, finishing and commercial cow-calf production before Joe's father began the seedstock herd in 1978. Oak Hollow calves in both spring and fall and hosts two on-farm bull sales each year. The breeding philosophy emphasizes data-driven maternal selection for fertility, structural soundness and environmental adaptability to fescue while producing a highly marketable calf crop at all marketing points in the supply chain. Joe received an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Louisville and a master's in agricultural economics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, before returning to the operation full time in 2013.  Joe is active with the Kentucky Cattleman's Association and currently serves as Kentucky Beef Council chair.  Kelli Retallick-Riley, president, Angus Genetics Inc. Related Reading:  https://www.angusjournal.net/post/even-better http://www.angusjournal.com/articlepdf/1021-by-the-numbers.pdf http://www.angusjournal.com/articlepdf/0422-by-the-numbers.pdf 

Pastured Pig Podcast
Episode 92 - Discussing the IPP Breed with the IPP Breed Association

Pastured Pig Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 62:51


In this episode, I talk with Caleb and Laura who represent the Idaho Pastured Pig Breed Association. In this conversation, we talk about the benefits of the association, the educational elements, as well as the details of the breed itself. If you aren't familiar with the IPP breed, I think this will shed some light on the key details associated with this breed. Be sure to check out their website https://www.idahopasturepig.org/ Interested in Rock Rooster Boots? Use our affiliate link at https://rockroosterfootwear.com/?ref=RNQY9Ar7Kgb13 and don't forget to use offer code RTH2020 for additional 15% discount.   Check out the NEW Pastured Pig website that is live!  https://thepasturedpig.com/ Also, join us for discussion of all things pastured pig on our new facebook group, The Pastured Pig. https://www.facebook.com/groups/thepasturedpig We made it to 20 patrons on Patreon which allows us to expand the Pasture Pig Podcast to include a website and other digital presence.  Help us reach our next benchmark at 40 patrons. To learn more visit: https://www.patreon.com/thepasturedpig If you would like to know more about us here at Red Tool House Farm or would like to suggest topics for future episodes, visit us at: https://thepasturedpig.com/podcast/  

The Bird Dog Babe
Episode 096: Ready To Slay All Day!

The Bird Dog Babe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 103:43 Very Popular


Rachel Willard and her husband, Andrew, rely on wild game meat to fill their freezer and feast on year-round. This year they acquired two bearded baby bird dogs and their active lifestyle has led them to become active volunteers for their local NAVHDA Chapter and avid upland hunters. Rachel shares her story of getting into big game and upland hunting, the love of beards, and the learning and adventures that come with bird dogs. Rachel and Andrew have become very dear friends of my husband and me this past year, and we absolutely love and cherish every moment we spend with them. Both stepped up to the plate as mentors this past weekend at HerUpland Grouse Camp and did an amazing job. Enjoy this episode and hear from an amazing, beautiful person inside and out that Rachel Willard is The Bird Dog Babe Podcast is Presented By: Purina Pro Plan Boss Shotshells OnX Hunt 6:45 Intro to hunting 11:20 Big Game 17:50 Getting started in upland 20:55 Squirrels and rabbits 24:15 Bird Dogs 26:00 Pudelpointers 27:30 Choosing a breeder 35:00 NAVHDA 40:55 First NAVHDA NA Test 54:05 Releasing dog for the track 59:30 HerUpland Pointing Dog Camp 1:04:30 Pigeons 1:07:15 Hunting plans 1:10:15 Invasive quail 1:12:15 Future dog training plans 1:14:00 The latest bearded addition 1:18:15 Shared dog training duties 1:21:50 Providing structure for active bird dogs 1:28:55 Breed differences 1:30:00 Women's Gear 1:36:40 Favorite Game Bird Recipe 1:40:00 onX Hunt --------------------------------------------------- Thank you to our Partners: Dakota283 Kennels (promo code birddogbabe for 10% discount) Syren: Shotguns for Women Support this podcast on Patreon Connect with the host, Courtney: Instagram Facebook YouTube Website -------------------------------------------------

Hire Power Radio
How Conversational Interviews Breed Bias & Discrimination with Robert Hudock of Hudock Employment Law Group

Hire Power Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 27:40


Every interview that happens in your company needs to have a purpose.  There is a specific purpose for the phone screen, which is positioning & quality of the individual.  The onsite interview's purpose, does this person align with our company values and finally, the skills interview's purpose is to determine if the person has the capacity to thrive in the role.  Too often the directive is given to “have a conversation to find out if you would like to work with this person”.  And it is in this non-structured format that bias and discrimination fester because the interviewers don't understand the interview's purpose. Guest Bio: Robert Hudock founded Hudock Employment Law Group in 2015 to deliver tailored legal services to California companies that thrive in vibrant, creative work environments. His clients are often companies looking at new markets and competitive opportunities, that want to recruit the best talent available while avoiding distracting workplace issues or lawsuits.  Robert is also a competitive triathlete, which requires careful planning, attention to detail, and dedication. He uses those characteristics in his professional life for his client's benefit.   TODAY WE DISCUSS: Employment law issues in the hiring process you may not know–but should. Challenge? The 3 most common recruiting and hiring functions in which employment-related issues can arise are: (1) job posting/advertisement, (2) interviewing, and (3) assessing fitness for a position (e.g., any criminal history, drug screening, physical capabilities, psychological health).  California's anti-discrimination laws explicitly apply not only to employees and termination of employment, but also to applicants and “refusing to hire” based on a characteristic protected under the applicable antidiscrimination laws (e.g., age, disability, gender, race, etc.).   Why is this important to the company? Consider a scenario where your company spends significant time and resources on employment law compliance and protecting itself from lawsuits, only to be subject to an employment-related claim that could have been prevented but for a gap in general knowledge and available preventative strategies relating to recruiting and hiring.  Today we're going to introduce you to the topic and some possible preventive measures.   How do we solve the problem?  Interviewing: any non-job-related inquiry that "expresses, directly or indirectly, any limitation, specification, or discrimination as to” any protected characteristic is prohibitedCommon implicated categories: age, disability, national origin Some examples may surprise you - you may have been asked such questions and you answered without a second thought, the questions are relatively common, or are common topics of conversation: SUBJECT ACCEPTABLE  UNACCEPTABLE Age Virtually nothing - but allowed when law requires it Birth date Date of attendance or completion of school Any question, the answer to which may have information indirectly revealing or suggesting that applicant is 40 or over (e.g., “how old are your children?”) National Origin   Inquiries re verification of legal right to work in US Where born (applicant or applicant's relatives) Where applicant grew up Applicant's nationality or nationalities (e.g., Polish, Iraqi, Mexican)    Marital Status/Family  Virtually nothing Whether applicant is married Whether applicant has children; or number or ages of children Religion Statements re regular days, hours, or shifts of the position Applicant's availability to work on specific days or during specific hours (could reveal religion if unique religious days or times are observed)  Can be anything relating to religious creed (all aspects of religious belief, observance, and practice, including religious dress and grooming practices)   Identify and define, BEFORE interviewing, any legal justification for discriminating with respect to a protected category As with job postings, antidiscrimination law does not categorically preclude any and all inquiries into matters relating to protected categories, or lawful discrimination. For example: AGE: When a law specifically requires a certain age for job, or requires keeping records re employees' ages or related information RELIGION: When an inquiry directly or indirectly relates to any religious belief or practice does not have any “exclusionary effect”  DISABILITY: An inquiry re physical capabilities legitimately related to ability to perform an essential job function Proper education and training of all interviewers How to respond when applicant volunteers information Let's say an interviewer and interviewee are discussing where the interviewee obtained his/her undergraduate degree  The interviewee, making friendly conversation, says tongue-in-cheek: “...that's hard to remember for an old guy like me, but I'll never forget these seemingly endless stairs going up to where I met with my “Campus Christians” group.  It was like running a marathon once a month because of my knee injury” → just that short aside references three protected categories (age, religion, and disability) In these types of circumstances, the interviewer should (1) steer the discussion away from references to any protected category, and (2) and at some point identify the company's commitment to equal opportunity E.g., “Interesting.  That story makes me think about how this company supports equal opportunity and has a strong policy against discrimination.”  Let's move on to your work experience.”  Rick's Nuggets: Teach your people the purpose of each stage What data are they expected to gather during the conversation  Provide a script to each person Behavioral interviews Tell me about a time when… How did that work? Walk me through that… What steps did you take…  Key Takeaways that the Audience can plug into their business today! (Value): Develop job descriptions and use them as a foundation for interviews; this can help interviewers remain focused on job qualifications and duties Education/training of anyone who will be conducting an interview; e.g., covering the topics we've been discussing today Guest Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hudockemploymentlaw/ Company: https://hudockemploymentlaw.com/ Host Links:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-girard-07722/ Company: https://www.stridesearch.com/ Podcast: https://www.hirepowerradio.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeEJm9RoCfu8y7AJpaxkxqQ Authored:  "Healing Career Wounds"  https://amzn.to/3tGbtre HireOS inquiry: rick@stridesearch.com  |  www.intertru.ai Show Sponsor: www.stridesearch.com

Fifth & Mission
Breed Family Matters: The Case of Napoleon Brown

Fifth & Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 16:05


Mayor London Breed's brother, Napoleon Brown, has served more than two decades in prison. While his case has mostly been a footnote in the mayor's story, public scrutiny was raised once Breed appointed new D.A. Brooke Jenkins. Chronicle reporter Megan Cassidy joins host Cecilia Lei to discuss the new state laws that could reduce Brown's prison term — and how S.F. politics is impacting his case. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Black Compass Media
Jay Breed on RBE, Ave, Bigg K, Legend Killer Mentality, VA Battle Rap Politics - RBE #BrickbyBrick

Black Compass Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 51:04


#BattleRap #BlackCompassMedia #HipHop #2022 #explore Follow Black Compass Radio @BlackCompassBCM OIN BLACK COMPASS DISCORD - https://discord.gg/RX9YMfR - ALL ARE WELCOMED!!! https://www.patreon.com/THEREALBLACKCOMPASS - FOR OT AND EARLY/EXTENDED CLIPS!!! CONTACT US VIA EMAIL: blackcompasssociety@gmail.com Black Compass Media is a platform dedicated to bringing you the latest in Battle Rap, Culture, Sports and News. The members include Posey, Polo, Drizzy, Cola and Tony Bro. Come thru, subscribe, comment and be interactive for the culture!

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
misnomer

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 2:07 Very Popular


Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 23, 2022 is: misnomer • miss-NOH-mer • noun Misnomer means “an incorrect name or designation.” It can also be used to refer to the act of wrongly naming or designating, as in “calling complicated and varied climatic changes ‘global warming' is something of a misnomer.” // Peanut is one of the most famous misnomers, because peanuts are legumes, not true nuts. See the entry > Examples: “The librarian of the Oregon Grotto, which is a bit of a misnomer because it's focused on southern Washington, is the official keeper of approximately 600 tightly protected cave maps that reveal the secret locations of every documented cave in the region.” — Kate Robertson, The Guardian (London), 29 Mar. 2022 Did you know? What's in a name? Well, in some cases, a name will contain an error, a misunderstanding, or a mislabeling. Historians have long noted that the Holy Roman Empire was neither holy, Roman, nor an empire. The Battle of Bunker Hill was actually fought on Breed's Hill. And the Pennsylvania Dutch are in fact of German ancestry. For such cases, we have the term misnomer, which can refer both to the use of an incorrect or inappropriate designation (as in “it's a misnomer to call an orca a ‘killer whale'”) or to the designation itself. Regardless, there's no mistaking the source of misnomer: it comes from the Anglo-French verb mesnomer (“to misname”) and ultimately has its roots in nomen, the Latin word for “name.”

Two Girls One Ghost
Encounters x149

Two Girls One Ghost

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 38:37


Please sell us your souls... aka share your dirty little secrets (ghost stories) with us. Maybe you too have has sex with a ghost and you liked it. We want to know about it! Perhaps you've recorded your ghosts while you sleep? We want to hear it! Perhaps that local restaurant is extremely haunted and you've been pushed down the stairs by angry ghosts? Email us about it! Or perhaps you've been saved by a guardian angel of sorts... tell us everything.  Have ghost stories of your own? E-mail them to us at twogirlsoneghostpodcast@gmail.com This episode is sponsored by Embark. Is your dog's breed mix a mystery?! It's time to end the guessing games and get the answers with an Embark Dog DNA Test! Embark offers the most scientifically advanced dog DNA test. Their test analyzes more than 230,000 genetic markers. Right now, Embark has a limited-time offer on their Breed and Health Kit and Purebred Kit for our listeners! Go to EmbarkVet.com to get free shipping and save $40 with promo code TGOG. If you enjoy our show, please consider donating to our Patreon. We promise to make it worth your time and we promise not to haunt you. We have a variety of different tiers that will give you access to bonus content, special shoutouts, discounted merch and more! Patreon.com/twogirlsoneghostpodcast. Finally, please Rate and Review the podcast on iTunes and follow us on social media! Youtube, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and Discord. Edited by the awesome team at Upfire Digital and original music by Arms Akimbo! Disclaimer: the use of white sage and smudging is a closed practice. If you're looking to cleanse your space, here are some great alternatives! 

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 23, 2022 is: misnomer • miss-NOH-mer • noun Misnomer means “an incorrect name or designation.” It can also be used to refer to the act of wrongly naming or designating, as in “calling complicated and varied climatic changes ‘global warming' is something of a misnomer.” // Peanut is one of the most famous misnomers, because peanuts are legumes, not true nuts. See the entry > Examples: “The librarian of the Oregon Grotto, which is a bit of a misnomer because it's focused on southern Washington, is the official keeper of approximately 600 tightly protected cave maps that reveal the secret locations of every documented cave in the region.” — Kate Robertson, The Guardian (London), 29 Mar. 2022 Did you know? What's in a name? Well, in some cases, a name will contain an error, a misunderstanding, or a mislabeling. Historians have long noted that the Holy Roman Empire was not holy, nor Roman, nor an empire. The Battle of Bunker Hill was actually fought on Breed's Hill. And the Pennsylvania Dutch are in fact of German ancestry. For such cases, we have the term misnomer, which can refer both to the use of an incorrect or inappropriate designation (as in “it's a misnomer to call an orca a ‘killer whale'”) or to the designation itself. Regardless, there's no mistaking the source of misnomer: it comes from the Anglo-French verb mesnomer (“to misname”) and ultimately has its roots in nomen, the Latin word for “name.”

Two Girls One Ghost
Encounters x148

Two Girls One Ghost

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 47:34


What is the deal with ghosts? Why do they terrify us and why do they like watching us when we sleep? Why do they possess dolls? Why do they shake our beds at night?! While we contemplate what these ghosts are up to, we also mull over our longest held grudges.  Have ghost stories of your own? E-mail them to us at twogirlsoneghostpodcast@gmail.com This episode is sponsored by Pretty Litter and Embark. PrettyLitter crystals change color to detect early signs of potential illness. Plus it ships to your door and instantly traps odors. Once you try Pretty Litter, it'll be the only litter you ever use. Go to PrettyLitter.com/tgog to save twenty percent on your FIRST order. Is your dog's breed mix a mystery?! It's time to end the guessing games and get the answers with an Embark Dog DNA Test! Embark offers the most scientifically advanced dog DNA test. Their test analyzes more than 230,000 genetic markers. Right now, Embark has a limited-time offer on their Breed and Health Kit and Purebred Kit for our listeners! Go to EmbarkVet.com to get free shipping and save $40 with promo code TGOG. If you enjoy our show, please consider donating to our Patreon. We promise to make it worth your time and we promise not to haunt you. We have a variety of different tiers that will give you access to bonus content, special shoutouts, discounted merch and more! Patreon.com/twogirlsoneghostpodcast. Finally, please Rate and Review the podcast on iTunes and follow us on social media! Youtube, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and Discord. Edited by the awesome team at Upfire Digital and original music by Arms Akimbo! Disclaimer: the use of white sage and smudging is a closed practice. If you're looking to cleanse your space, here are some great alternatives!