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This week on The Obituary: REUINTED & IT FEELS SO GOOD! It's the return of GirlOnCinema as she joins BluKroovy & JBF to discuss just how overly commercialized the modern pro wrestling product has become and why that's bad for business. Professional wrestling used to be all about building actual stars to draw money for their companies. But thanks to Vince McMahon and WWE, it's all about the merch sales now. Toys, T-shirts, replica title belts; Wrestling is now just an endless supply of products and we, as fans, are just meant to consume, consume and consume some more! But maybe that's a bad thing? Maybe someone needs to draw a line to keep the value of the product just as high as its volume. And Wrestling Obituary is here to draw that line. The gang also reviews AEW RAMPAGE from October 8, 2021, and Escape The UnderTaker, an interactive WWE-themed special from Netflix. SpOoOoky! But you know what's even more scary than that? Sean Ross Sapp. And the gang has a VERY special message for everyone's favorite "wrestling journalist" at the end of this episode. So enjoy! And don't get TOO scared. Join Wrestling Obituary on Patreon for full video of each episode plus behind-the-scenes photos, videos, extra content & more! https://www.patreon.com/WrestlingObituary Subscribe to Wrestling Obituary on YouTube for video highlights from each episode https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnroJLgLzBVyfb386CUsB8g Follow Us on Twitter: @WrestlingObitch @GirlOnCinema @BluKroovy Follow Us on Instagram: @WrestlingObituary @GirlOnCinema
A new Quinnipiac poll showed Joe Biden's approval rating at a dismal 38 percent. Naturally, the networks responded to this bad news by either ignoring it or mentioning it for ten seconds.
We know humans are behind climate change, thanks to this Nobel Physics laureate's work; New Nobel laureate in chemistry reflects on how his discovery catalyzed his field; Researchers investigate an ‘ultra-hot Jupiter' with iron rain and calcium wind; Canadian concept to pump carbon into subsea rock could sequester gigatons of CO2; Cloud-based sunscreen could help protect the Great Barrier Reef from future heat damage; How watching water bears walk could help us make small and squishy robots.
Jonas, Brady and LaVar think all sides "won" in the reunion game between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in Foxboro. The guys speculate what was said between Belichick and Brady inside the Bucs lock-room after the game. Plus, Urban Meyer puts his hard work on display in a video that went viral this weekend but the video surfacing shows the difference between college and the NFL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
4:39 "Rock bottoms come in any way, but they're always an invitation to realign with your actual path.' Are you ready and willing to be who you actually are, sometimes at the cost of belonging? The path chosen for us may have ups and downs, it may even be isolating during some seasons, but each challenge builds your character and further refines you into the ultimate person, the perfect puzzle piece for your future relationships. 6:17 "If you are turning down your volume to avoid chaos, you're internalizing chaos." There is no hiding. The challenge is within. Therefore, it's best we express our true authentic selves. If it creates discord, then it's a challenge we're meant to overcome within our relationships, friendships, and maybe even our community. Burying it down deep serves no one. 3 things people can do to ignite harmony in their relationships: Number 1: 10:19 "Recognize that your relationship is separate from who you are." You have needs that you must meet. Many of those come from an array of activities and relationships. Number 2: "See every relationship as sacred." The things that go unspoken and unprepared like plaque can build up into bigger problems. Number 3: "Define yourself." What kills relationships is the lack of recognition that you have sovereignty in your own life of yourself , deconstruct all of the systems that create codependency in your relationship. We can't allow someone else to "complete' us. We must be whole in ourselves. 18:18 "Evolutionarily, women needed to learn how to be safe around male aggression." It seems women seem more comfortable in personal relationship development and this may have been an evolved skill. 19:33 "We're more likely to get remarried, we don't know how to manage the grief and the pain, we have hardly any capacity for shame." Men seem to struggle with the shame of divorce and resort to remarrying to move on quickly. There's a difference between healthy shame and unhealthy shame. Instead of believing I'm no good, I can say "there's a better version of me available and I get to choose to step into it." 20:45 "When a man loses a relationship, he's generally losing his emotional support. For women, they turn mostly towards their friends." Men tend to replace their friends with their spouse, maybe for the purpose of organization or consolidation. So when a relationship ends, the man has lost more of his foundation. If your partner leaves, and you feel like they've taken everything, ask yourself "what did you give them?" If your happiness rests on their staying or going, then the weight they have to carry to be with you is too much. 22:50 "A relationship should never complete you. It should enhance you and make you a better person, and invite you to be a better person." 32:46 "The soul's journey will always try to express itself and ask for you to listen." 37:36 "There's only 3 constants in life. One is the sun will always come up, the moon will be there, and the truth will always be present." 38:55 "There's no such thing as one way liberation. If you are liberated, the other person is too, whether they know it or not." "Why would you ever choose someone who isn't choosing you? You can love someone and also not tolerate their behavior." 41:29 "When we're asking 'why the addiction?' We're asking the wrong question. We should be asking 'why the pain' and that's true of all materialism." Stress creates inflammation and poor relationships create stress. If you can figure out how to improve your relationships, it's the most important thing that you will ever change. "43:15 "If you do quit sugar, you'll probably discover that there was probably grief below." 50:52 "Every time you do something in excess, you are treating the pain of being present within yourself." 52:52 "When you draw a circle to exclude me, i draw a bigger circle to include you., and that's our work." 58:50 "Beliefs become our prisons, the idea that you can't do something, someone else's fear becomes our fear." Harriet Lerner Ph.D. - The Dance of Intimacy Bronnie Ware - Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing https://createthelove.com/ https://markgroves.com/ Download the Mine'd app at https://www.doyoumined.com/ Follow Drew: @Twitter https://twitter.com/drewcanole @Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drewcanole/ @Facebook https://www.facebook.com/people/Drew-Canole/100044261357988/ Visit www.mysoulcbd.com/drew and get 15% off your next order!
Read a transcript of this episode on FT.comhttps://www.ft.com/content/5f0402b7-812a-4314-aba1-cee242f9e161US senators are pressuring Facebook to release all its internal research into how its products affect users after a series of revelations about the harm some its platforms cause to vulnerable groups including children. FT European technology correspondent Madhumita Murgia argues that it's time for Facebook to turn off its digital advertising firehose. FT markets editor Katie Martin deciphers the message from this week's bond market activity. And FT science editor Clive Cookson discusses how artificial intelligence can improve weather forecasting .Facebook pressed to release research on how its platforms affect users https://www.ft.com/content/b0e387f4-4a2f-49d3-9852-f8cf7dcc211cTime to turn off Facebook's digital fire hose https://www.ft.com/content/d5dcfece-4e3c-4937-81ac-20dc736c4c27Global bond market set for worst month since early 2021 https://www.ft.com/content/42e62e77-f830-4e5a-895f-7837a72847b0DeepMind and UK's Met Office use AI to improve weather forecasts https://www.ft.com/content/602235aa-7039-472a-80cf-55fa3519ea06The FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Gavin Kallmann, Michael Bruning, and Persis Love. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Zach and Jake listen to another one of Jake's song parodies, then discuss Week 3 of the NFL season, overreacting to some of the news and events. They end the show by adding another sports figure to the "Burying the Lead" Hall of Fame!
In our Season 7 debut, we feature a fantastic 1989 interview with The Rolling Stones. Burying the hatchet after the turmoil of the mid ‘80s, Mick and Keith are positively giddy as they talk about the “Steel Wheels” album and tour. Keith says he knew they were going to be okay when they spent 5 minutes in a room together and didn't want to kill each other. We also pay tribute to the late, great Charlie Watts with a clip of him describing how Keith Richards originally turned him onto rock and roll. Plus, we have some very rare clips of Ray Charles as he talks about one of his biggest hits, as well as the musical freedom he enjoyed. Meanwhile, Tom tries to stump Christopher on some trivia about artists (like Ray) whose records have become official U.S. state songs. Another rare find is a 1984 interview with The Clash. It's a fascinating and slightly chaotic chat about the recent departure of Mick Jones. At one point, interviewer Larry Wilson veers off course when he confronts the controversial press agent/manager of the band, Kosmo Vinyl. You don't want to miss one of the oddest interviews in our collection. And Christopher and Tom chat about their favourite concert experiences ever. Christopher's choice was one of the bands we feature this week – and Tom tells the story about how he was coerced into seeing a performer in 1984 – and it ended up transforming his life. WARNING – this episode contains an awkward attempt by one of our hosts (clue – it isn't Christopher) to pay tribute to Charlie Watts on his drums. Famous Lost Words, hosted by Christopher Ward and Tom Jokic, is heard in more than 100 countries worldwide and on radio stations across Canada, including Newstalk 1010 Toronto, CJAD 800 Montreal, 580 CFRA Ottawa, AM 800 CKLW Windsor, Newstalk 1290 London, 610 CKTB St Catharines, CFAX Victoria, AM1150 Kelowna and 91x in Belleville. Check out Christopher Ward's new album “Same River Twice” – out now!
The Coaches discussed the slow start in Seattle and dive into the 2nd half comeback. On this episode the coaches review the slow start in Seattle and dive into the 2nd half comeback. Who were the big contributors and which positions still need work. The Titans find some consistency on both sides of the ball, can it cary over to the week 3 matchup vs the Colts? The Coaches dive into all this and more on this weeks Coaches Corner. Topics include: Seahawks Recap Running game gets going JULIO and AJB Defensive concerns? REFS?! Colts Week No Carson Wentz? Burying a division opponent early Any offensive adjustments to attack Colts . Visit broadwaysportsmedia.com for more fantastic content and follow on twitter @BroadwayTN / @CoachesOnBroad. Hosts can be found at @RyanOnBroadway and @JBOnBroad.
Jake and Josh relive the Miami Dolphins' BRUTAL Week 2 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Talia and Victoria welcome their besties (and fellow members of Yeti), Zac Oyama (@zacoyama) and Jacob Wysocki (@jacobwysocki), to talk "Burying a Grudge", not really liking Frasier, loving Daphne and finding your community. Leave us a voicemail: (323) 577-9044
In a prior episode we joined Craig Ferguson (Dead in Halifax) for a walk amongst the dead who lay in Halifax's Camp Hill Cemetary. In this episode, we are gonna go back a bit further in time, as Craig offered to introduce us to some of those buried at the site that serviced Halifax's dead in the years before Camp Hill. the Old Halifax Burying Ground has sat solemnly in the heart of downtown Halifax since 1749. Through the surprising stories of the dead lying in the old burying ground, the city of Halifax has been connected to major historical world events. Tonight, in this episode of Nighttime, Craig Ferguson (Dead in Halifax) will give us a guided tour and introduce us to some of those who found a permeant home in the old Halifax Burying ground! Links a walk amongst the Dead in Halifax part 1 - https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/episodes/dead-in-halifax Dead in Halifax on Twitter : https://twitter.com/deadinHalifax the Old Halifax Burying Ground on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Burying_Ground_(Halifax,_Nova_Scotia) Credits Musical Theme - Noir Toyko by Monty Datta Contact Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcast Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the latest edition of The Express News Group's podcast, 27Speaks. The Express News Group editors Kathryn Menu, Annette Hinkle, Joseph P. Shaw, Brendan O'Reilly, and Bill Sutton discuss the week's news on the South Fork of Long Island. In this week's edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by veteran Long Island reporter and columnist Karl Grossman for a discussion of the ongoing debate about burying electric power lines on the East End to better prepare for hurricanes and tropical storms.
Shabbat sermon by Rabbi Joel Simon from Congregation Schaarai Zedek in Tampa, Florida on August 20, 2021. Follow us @schaaraizedek or visit our website www.zedek.org.
Burying archaic systems of waste management to make way for the circular economy is not an easy task, but it is urgently needed to support growing populations and to save our planet's precious finite resources. Eco-Business speaks to Clarissa Morawski of Reloop about the government and corporate imperatives already driving this change in different parts of the world, as well as the legislative steps needed to close the holes in industry that are slowing the circular economy shift. Tune in as we talk about: - Moving away from the take-make-dispose model - Post-covid circular economy recovery models - The energy required to recycle - Solving waste management issues and changing consumption habits
In this episode of Wrestling World I give my thoughts on the changed being made to NXT, including the NXT logo and Vince McMahon reportedly taking over as a producer. I give my thoughts on Adam Cole becoming a free agent, Chris Jericho possibly leaving Aew and much more!
Mal Hyman and publisher RA “Kris” Millegan discuss Mal's book, “Burying the Lead: The Media and the JFK Assassination.” JFK's assassination was a coup d'état and the media covered it up. The CIA's infiltration of the media, Dallas Mayor Cabell being a CIA asset spinning reporters, the FBI intimidating reporters, how Kennedy was at war with the CIA and the military, and how today's post-literate youth can be inspired.#buryingthelead #malhyman #JFKassassination #americancoupdetat #theciaandthemedia #operationmockingbird
In this special Tuesday recording of the FlurrySports Podcast, we go through a bunch of NFL-related "Burying the Lead" candidates and name two more athletes to our Hall of Fame! Sponsor: UnderdogFantasy.com Promo code FLURRY for a bonus $25!Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlurrySportsPod Website: https://flurrysports.org/
This one is good. This drive will keep you in stitches, between our food chats - obviously - and then deep diving into the realm of glamping essentials… including juicy spidey dogs.Jenn and Amanda both share some snowboarding stories as well as what burying the hatchet looked like one day for Amanda while on a hot springs hiking adventure.Grab a snack and buckle up!---LINKS:Come follow along! @roadtripbuckleupWebsite: thesafehaven.coInstagram: @thesafehavenpodcastFrequency Podcast Network: The Safe HavenFacebook: The Safe HavenAll the good stuff: linktree/thesafehavenpodcastEmail: email@example.com
Is it time to stop holding this grudge? Plus, this could be the way it's going to be, we need to be celebrating this guy more, and this could be the dumbest tweet we've ever seen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Big Olympics show! Zach and Jake talk about Katie Ledecky, indoor volleyball, handball and many other Olympic topics. The boys also discuss the Seattle Kraken, MLB and they induct someone new to their Hall of Fame of "Burying the Lead!"Sponsor: UnderdogFantasy.com Promo code FLURRY for a bonus $25!Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlurrySportsPod Website: https://flurrysports.org/
We talk about a lot in this episode. The Olympics have begun, and Zach still wants magic to be added as an event. John Cena returned to the WWE, the Milwaukee Bucks won the NBA Finals and Jon Rahm got COVID for a second time. Impressive. Jake also introduces a new bit called "Burying the Lead." Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlurrySportsPod Website: https://flurrysports.org/
This week, we present two more stories in our Human Nature series, this time about the nature of earning our stripes. Part 1: An opportunity to chase a snake in Borneo gives Kasia Majewski a chance to find one in the most unexpected place. Part 2: Burying bones in her backyard for her archeology studies puts Edith Gonzalez becomes an eccentric neighbor. Kasia Majewski is a science communicator, environmental biologist, herpetologist, entomologist and general lover of "ologies". Originally from Saskatoon, she has spent the last 6 years working and undertaking research in Vancouver, Japan, Wales, Malaysia, and most recently England, before returning to be with her family in Ottawa mid-pandemic. While she has many animal related stories from her time at Vancouver Aquarium, Science World, the JET Programme, and Manchester Museum, some of the ones that she recalls most fondly are from her masters research in Malaysian Borneo, where she studied the prey associated with Asian water monitor lizards. Dr. Edith Gonzalez is an historical anthropologist studying bioprospecting in the 18th-century, English-speaking, Caribbean. With four graduate degrees, she struggles to write anything shorter than the average peer-reviewed journal article. She has a deep love of LotR and finds logic so comforting, she is often referred to as "The Puerto-Rican Mr. Spock." As always, find photos and transcripts from our stories at storycollider.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bethany Bennett admitted that she collects best friends and now I count myself as one of them! We talk about how the writer of a leprechaun alien story turned into the author of these wonderful, steamy historical romances. She also shares novel ways to burying bodies and we talk about how romance books helped heal her after an abusive marriage. So this episode comes with a major content warning, so please take care. This episode comes with a Content Warning. If you can handle discussions around abuse, this is an epic conversation about women reclaiming their pleasure through romance novels and writing Regency romance. Plus I learn what a French letter is! (Hint: And it's not a French person with something to say.)Connect with Bethany online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/bethanyromance Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BethanyBennettHistoricalRomance Facebook reader group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bethanybennettshive Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/19789823.Bethany_Bennett Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/profile/bethany-bennett And grab a copy of Any Rogue Will Do on Amazon!
How should we respond to an offense? By gossiping? Burying it? Stewing over it? Join Mary as we find out what Proverbs 17 has to say about a Christ-like response to being offended.Resources and a transcript for this episode can be found at bethel.ch/podcasts.Connect with us online at bethel.ch, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or find us @bethelchurchwa on Instagram and Bethel Church WA on Facebook
On the latest edition of the Alex and Dylan Basketball Power Hour, Alex Burr and Dylan Hughes get together to break down the first two games of Bucks-Suns, including Giannis' all time Game 2 performance and Devin Booker's improvements over his career, as well as bury the Hawks after they lost to the Bucks. This was a great episode, hope you listen and enjoy!
On the latest edition of the Alex and Dylan Basketball Hour, Alex Burr and Dylan Hughes get together to break down the conference finals action, including the Hawks-Bucks series and the Suns advancing to the Finals, then proceed to answer big picture questions about the 17 teams that have been eliminated so far. This was a great episode, hope you listen and enjoy!
HOUR 4: Lou and Anna Horford may be burying the hatchet thanks for the Boston Red Sox. Is an extension for Marcus Smart coming? Alex Cora loves what he saw from Chris Sale today in his live BP session. 6-30-21 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Daily Bible Study-Fr. Simon talks about how Sodom and Gomorrah and what does it mean to bury his father. He also talks about St. Irenaeus. Fr. Simon answers a letter about contraception. Word of the Day-Stiff-neck Caller Question-About the 2 days of darkness. Caller Question About the rosary Caller Question-Why Catholics called non-Christians? Caller Question-About […] All show notes at Father Simon Says June 28th-Sodom and Gomorrah and Burying your Father, St. Irenaeus - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
BULLShittin is back, back, back like a Frank Thomas homer. In Episode 20, Michael goes solo to discuss:(00:27) Coby White OUT 4-months following surgery on his left shoulder(02:32) Chicago losing the 8th pick in the '21 draft as part of the Vuc trade(14:32) Ben Simmons is a perfect fit with LaVine & Vucevic but the Bulls don't have the assets to pull off a deal(21:51) Thad Young wins the 2021 Hustle Award(22:47) Zach LaVine commits to Team USA for Tokyo Olympics (24:24) Bulls Offseason Outlook including PG options (Lonzo, Dinwiddie, Conley, Lowry, Schroder) Twitter:@ZenMasterMike@PeterIsBaldWebsite:BullsConf.comhttps://www.actionnetwork.com/article/author/michaelwaltonTickets to the June 27 "Sunday Social" Comedy Show hosted by Peter Bonello, Jamal Guichon, Jessica Mance, and Dan Garcia $10 off with promo code SOCIALhttps://chicago.zanies.com/show/?id=1000599&date=06/27/2021&timeId=2220248Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1114697)
BIO: Marie Gervais, PhD., CEO of Shift Management, offers targeted supervisory and middle management training, team coaching, and organizational capacity development to businesses and organizations. STORY: Marie had the fantastic idea of developing a management decision-making gaming app. She pitched the idea to a few decision-makers within her industry, and they assured her it was a great idea. Marie had no experience in tech and did zero research on app development before she started working on the app. This saw her lose over $140,000 in an idea that never materialized due to her inexperience. LEARNING: Do thorough market research, take calculated risks, and never go to market before validating your idea with a few paying customers. If a situation is not working out, walk away and carry the lessons with you. “I discovered all the gifts that I learned from this mistake, and I started to dig my way out of the shame.”Marie Gervais Guest profilehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/leaderstraining/ (Marie Gervais), PhD., CEO of https://shiftworkplace.com/courses/quickstudy-manager-builder/ (Shift Management), offers targeted supervisory and middle management training, team coaching, and organizational capacity development to businesses and organizations. She has developed an award-winning program using online courses and live web coaching to help managers develop the confidence and skills they need to lead. For a competitive advantage, a clear focus on communication and conflict resolution skills will get you there. You can build a healthy, inclusive ‘best in industry' work culture. Dr. Gervais is your guide to success. Her upcoming book “The Spirit of Work” is scheduled for publication in November 2021. She is the host of the https://followthepodcast.com/culture&leadership (Culture and Leadership Connections Podcast). Worst investment everA couple of years ago, Marie realized that everything was going towards gamification. She got interested in games for learning. She then had an idea to create a gaming app for managers, something like a management decision-making app. At the time, Marie was a member of one of the manufacturing industry networks for C suite manufacturing decision-makers. She pitched her idea to some of the members, and they all said it was a great idea; it was something they could really use. Hitting the ground runningMarie started planning how to bring her idea to life. She had never created a game before, so she started thinking about what she would do and how to practice doing that. She figured she'd start with the management decision-making app and then move into the game. Then she'd pitch her app to decision-makers who would send her to their training and development people and finally start piloting it and see how that goes. So again, Marie pitched to the group, and they told her that's a great idea and gave her a few tips which she thought were helpful. They asked her to come back to them when she finished the app. Burying herself in the app creationMarie was heavily invested in the phone app and spent over $140,000. She faced a lot of hurdles while creating it. She went to a technology company that didn't know what they were doing with that particular type of game. She went to another company, and they didn't have the skills either. So she switched to a third one and lost more money. The whole thing was just a big money-sucking hole. Pulling the plugMarie realized that she didn't have the necessary experience to find the right people; she didn't understand the tech process or the phases of development. Her biggest mistake was going with the idea first rather than research. Marie lost business due to that single focus, and it was when she decided to pull the plug. Lessons learnedTake calculated risksAlways https://myworstinvestmentever.com/ep300-49-incredible-life-lessons-i-learned-in-2020-from-26-extraordinary-people/ (take calculated risks) and do proper market research. Once...
The artist formerly known as Big Cas is on the show talking Impact, the road to recovery and the Hardy pop at Wrestlemania.Burying and Putting Over stuff from this weeks shows, cutting promos on WhatsApp and all the latest news.Plus service station sandwiches, shackets and Demolition Man!Check out the video version at patreon.com/wrestlingdaft
Geraldine Carter is a consultant to small CPA firms around the country, and her message is niching down and burying the billable hour by implementing value pricing.Geraldine is also the host of the Smart Strategy for CPA's podcast. But her message is not unique for CPA firms - it's universal - all professional services firms can gain meaningful insights from Geraldine's expertise.
in this one we have our friend lena on the episode! wow! melbourne is in lockdown now and she will be going crazy shortly, so check that out at twitch.tv/lenamoon_ and instagram.com/lenaimoonpatreon for more episodes and ad-free regular eps: patreon.com/bigsofttitty See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Wells catches up with the couple you aren’t seeing ENOUGH of on The Hills, Frankie and Jennifer Delgado! They’re here to recap ALL the drama from this week’s episode. Frankie opens up about how the pandemic totally changed his relationship with his family. And we hear some insight on why he thinks Audrina always chooses the “wrong” guy. Plus, Wells talks to Brandon from Siesta Key! Find out if there’s any hope for him and Camilla! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
WE ARE BACK!!!!We had to kick off this episode by doing the right thing, and that’s apologizing. We have been away for a while because life happened and we talk about it a little bit more in the episode. We genuinely thank each and every one of you for continuing to listen and support our show.
Brody moves on from alcohol and his divorce, Audrina declares that she’s done with the past and goes on a date with someone new, Heidi longs to have another baby, and Spencer vows to lay off the pot pies and lose his pandemic pounds.
Get the written version of the Daily Boost. Have you ever found yourself setting out on a big mission yet not being able to define what you want? When I was a young man, I trained in journalism as part of my broadcast career. Radio stations would send me to the local town meetings and political events. Anything newsworthy. My job was to write a story and deliver it on the air, and I thought I was doing a great job - until my boss called me into his office. He wanted to know why I wasn't getting to the critical part of the story faster. He said I was distracting from what is important. In my mind, I was doing no such thing. I told the story how it sounded best in my mind, but nobody was listening long enough to hear what I had to say. All these years later, I've learned the "I want to get more out of life" crowd does the same thing. Recently, I spoke with a client when I realized she was very good at shifting to the unimportant—finding more time, learning more, and getting more advice. Even cleaning the garage was more important. In the middle of her wandering story, I stopped her, "Why are you avoiding what is most important to you? Cut to the chase, say what you want, and go do it." Her response came with a few tears. "I thought I was talking about what is most important. Now I realize I'm telling myself a story that is comforting and sounds good to in my mind." She is burying the lead in journalistic terms, busying herself with secondary details, and growing frustrated. How does this relate to improving your life? Do you say, "I can't focus?" Nope. You are focusing on the wrong things. Do you say, "I can't get myself moving?" Truth? You are moving - in the wrong direction. Do you say, "I don't have enough money?" Wrong again. What you need is more money! If something is important to you, give it the honor, respect and focus it deserves. Lose the drama, get to the point, and start getting what you want right now.
The Big Show: Daniel Bryan, but better! Because he is large and Daniel Bryan is not! Adam Wilbourn presents 10 Times WWE Had Their Head Up Their Ass...ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Comedians Big Jay Oakerson, Luis J. Gomez, & Dave Smith are joined by Quinten Stewart, host of what was formerly the other Real Ass Podcast! The guys discuss Quinten’s response to Luis’ swift attack, and attempt to bury the hatchet. Plus, the guys test Luis’ knowledge of American football. All This and More, ONLY on The Most Offensive Podcast on Earth, The LEGION OF SKANKS!!! Air Date: 02/05/21Support our sponsors!Go to SheathUnderwear.com and use promo code LOS20 for 20% off your order!Fans over the age of 21, visit YoKratom.com – home of the $60 kilo!Legion of Skanks merchandise is available at PodcastMerch.com/LOS!You can watch Legion of Skanks LIVE for FREE every Monday & Friday at 8:00pm EST at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/live.Once you're there, sign up to GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code LOS to receive a 14 day FREE TRIAL with access to our entire catalog of archived episodes! Including over 350 video episodes and over 500 audio episodes that have ever been recorded! On top of that, you'll also have the same access to ALL the other shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!FOLLOW THE WHOLE SHOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA!Legion of SkanksInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/legionofskanks/Twitter: https://twitter.com/LegionOfSkanksBig Jay OakersonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigjayoakerson/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigjayoakersonLuis J. GomezInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gomezcomedy/Twitter: https://twitter.com/luisjgomezDave SmithInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theproblemdavesmith/Twitter: https://twitter.com/comicdavesmithQuinten StewartInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/qgs24Twitter: https://twitter.com/QGS24GaS Digital NetworkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigitalTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigital
Possibly the most meticulous Serial Killer the world has ever known, Israel Keyes spent years planning murders all across North America. Burying what he dubbed “murder kits” in various locations across the United States, he would travel thousands of miles to uncover a kit, racking up lots of frequent flier and rental car miles - before picking a random victim to slaughter. This careful planning, and the extreme lengths to distance himself from any connection to the disappearances of his victims, kept him from being captured for years. But then, in 2012, he got sloppy and attempted to get $30,000 in ransom money for the safe return of a young barista who lived just a few miles from his house. A barista he'd already raped and murdered. Today's tale is a crazy one. And Israel's murders and other crimes may be the least interesting aspect of his story. He was raised by paranoid, anti-government, white supremacists spiritual seekers and he spent most of his childhood living in a one-room cabin with no electricity or running water, being homeschool by zealots. Watch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/RVS-50M_Cjw Merch - https://badmagicmerch.com/ Discord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89v COTC private FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cultofthecurious/ For all merch related questions/problems: firstname.lastname@example.org (copy and paste) Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcast Wanna become a Space Lizard? We're over 10,000 strong! Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcast Sign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.